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Attr. Elanor Ruth Eaton Gump Colburn (Ohio/California, 1866-1939) oil on board still life painting depicting a stoneware pitcher set against a drape, and an onion with partially torn skin. Signed lower right E Colburn. Housed in a broad ebonized and partially distressed frame with gilt rabbet edge. Sight – 19" H x 15 1/2" W. Framed – 30 1/2" H x 27" W. Biography (courtesy Askart: The Artists' Bluebook): Elanor Colburn studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and with William Merritt Chase and Frank Duveneck. In 1924 she moved to Laguna Beach, California with her artist daughter, Ruth Eaton Peabody, and built a studio. In 1927 she developed an interest in Native American culture and began traveling for subjects in Arizona and New Mexico. She was a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association, which she directed from 1926-1929, and was a member of the San Diego Art Guild. CONDITION: A couple of small stains and accretions, overall very good condition.