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"Pan - Title unknown"
Medium Date Framed Size Image Size
Oil Pastel/Ink on Artist Board 1979 14-3/4"H (38cm) x 17-1/8"W (43.5cm) 5-3/4"H (14.5cm) x 8-1/8"W (20.5cm)
A lyrical portrayal of the Greek God Pan, a subject Susan returned to often. A subtle blending of birds, leaves and flowers surround and entwine the central image while Susan's ever present moon creates a warm glow throughout the piece. Pan was a lover of nymphs, who in Greek mythology were generally considered personifications of nature and who commonly shunned his advances.

In the myth, the nymph Syrinx fled Pan, ran to a nearby pond and begged her sister nymphs to protect her. They disguised her by transforming her into a clump of reeds, out of which Pan crafted his mythical flute.

Susan's sgraffito technique creates the detailed imagery in this sensitive and intriguing piece.

This original work has been re-framed with an antiqued gilt, custom wood frame. Archival double matted with suede bottom and top mats. Acid-free materials throughout and re-glazed with Conservation Clear, Tru-Vue, UV protective glass. Signed by Susan Seddon Boulet bottom-right. Dated Sept 79.

Opening Offer: $1,600 USD Current High Offer: $2,050 USD High Bidder: dan*****ol.com
Saturday, May 4, 20244:31:49 PM$2,050.00dan****ol.com
Wednesday, May 15, 20246:00:00 PM$2,050.00dan****ol.com
Wednesday, May 15, 20246:00:00 PM$2,000.00lmd****il.com
Saturday, May 4, 20244:31:49 PM$1,950.00dan****ol.com
Saturday, May 4, 20244:31:49 PM$1,600.00dan****ol.com

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