Zulma Parker Steele (1881-1979)

Mountainous Landscape

oil on canvas laid down on board
10 x 8in. (25.4 x 20cm.)
Estate of the artist
Paradox Gallery, Woodstock, New York

Lot Essay

Zulma Steele was one of the first artists to live and work in the utopian colony, Byrdcliffe, near Woodstock. She designed mission oak furniture with Edna Walker, on which she painted landscapes and leaf designs. She also made 'Zedware', a type of pottery.

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