Carmine Cafe Dancers by Bill Brauer

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Bill Brauer (1938-2019), died in Vermont in February. He was known as Vermont's Painter of Women. This work here is Carmine Cafe Dancers. Red, black and the silvery white of the woman's dress and the back of her light brown body is revealed as she dances the Tango. Brauer, who was born in Queens, New York was a protege of surrealist Federico Castellon. Frame looks like maple, wide at 3 inches around and 1 inch deep. A mid-century look. Outside the frame, this piece measures about 21 inches high and about 16 inches wide. Inside the frame, the print is 15.5 inches tall and 9.75 inches wide. Brauer's signature appears in the lower right. This piece weighs 5 pounds, 3 ounces.

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Beautiful piece of art unfortunately ruined by the United States Postal Service. Broken glass cut into the piece. The seller did everything to secure the piece, but the USPS ruined it. I worked for the USPS for a decade. The USPS really doesn’t care.

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