CAROLINA GATES" (ca. 1918) By GABRIELLE DEVAUX CLEMENTS (American, 1858 - 1948)

(“The pictorial arts flourished in Charleston under the influence of two visitors, Gabrielle Clements and Ellen Day Hale.”)

Oil on canvas, 28 x 34 ½ inches (canvas), 37 x 43 ½ inches (frame), signed lower right, 22k gold leaf hand-carved frame, original pine stretcher.

(A beautiful sunset scene featuring an old iron mansion gate with what appears to be black locust in the foreground and lombardy poplar trees in the background. Gabrielle Clements is noted for her interest in Southern garden and gate scenes.)

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