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Eleanor Moore (American, late 20th century), Still Life with a Copper Pitcher, oranges, and grapes; an Oriental carpet covers the table top and the wall behind the table. Signed at right side (on table top). Housed in a molded giltwood frame with carved feather molding and acanthus molded corners. Gallery labels en verso of frame for Trailside Galleries and Krieger-Ricks, Utah. 23 1/2" H x 27 1/2" W sight; 32" H x 35" W framed. Biography (source: Askart): Eleanor Moore was classically trained at the Chicago Art Institute and the Art Students League in New York. She is known for still lifes reminiscent of works by the Old Dutch Masters with emphasis on color, shapes and atmosphere. She has exhibited with Knickerbocker Artists, the American Artists Professional League, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association and the Artists of America Show. Provenance: the collection of Valleau Caruthers, Brentwood, TN. CONDITION: Excellent condition.