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Framed Contemporary acrylic painting on canvas by Brazilian / Canadian artist Virginia Quental with Bau-xi gallery label, titled "Willow".

This well executed contemporary acrylic painting on canvas is in fantastic condition with nice brush strokes, strong pallet and lift it the paint.
This wonderful painting comes with the original gallery label from the Bau-xi gallery on Granville st. in Vancouver BC.
Dated 1982 - titled "Willow". Measurements are 34 inches height x 40 inches in width.
Virginia Quental, born a Carioca (native of Rio de Janeiro), has been an artist in Canada since 1971 after she immigrated to Canada from Brazil.
Virginia is a painter, muralist, graphic designer, illustrator, poet, musician, teacher, and translator in Portuguese and French.
She has exhibited her works of art in New York, Boston, Hawaii, France, Japan, Brazil, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver.
After graduating from the Escola Superior de Desenho Industrial, Virginia then left to study art, painting, and architecture in Greece. She did post graduate at the Lesley College Graduate school in Cambridge, Massachusetts and at the Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston.
Virginia has lectured on art and painting in schools in British Columbia and Alberta including the Guildford School and the Emily Carr College of Art and Design.
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Framed Contemporary acrylic painting on canvas by Brazilan / Canadian artist Virginia Quental with Bau-xi gallery label, titled "Willow".

Framed Contemporary acrylic painting on canvas by Brazilan / Canadian artist Virginia Quental with Bau-xi gallery label, titled "Willow".

Framed Contemporary acrylic painting on canvas by Brazilan / Canadian artist Virginia Quental with Bau-xi gallery label, titled "Willow".

Framed Contemporary acrylic painting on canvas by Brazilan / Canadian artist Virginia Quental with Bau-xi gallery label, titled "Willow".

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