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Attributed to Conrad Stonor Werner (Danish, 1879-1979) oil on canvas impressionist portrait depicting a seated woman in pink dress with green background. Housed in the original gilt painted wooden frame, unsigned. Sight – 28 1/8" H x 21" W. Framed – 35 5/8" H x 27 1/8" W. Biography (Courtesy of McNaughtFineArt): Conrad Stonor Werner graduated from Copenhagen's Royal Danish Academy of Art in 1918 and spent the years 1919-1920 in Italy studying with Einar Utzon-Frank in Venice, Assisi and Rome. In 1921, Werner furthered his studies in Paris and, in 1922, moved to Vienna where he studied at the Kunstinstitut. In this period, he was influenced by Futurism and the Post-Impressionists. From 1921-1923, Werner exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais in Paris. He also became a regular exhibitor at the Charlottenborg Academy in Copenhagen. Aliases: Konrad August Poul Stonor; Werner Stonor CONDITION: Minor losses to frame including splintering on left hand side; some separation of canvas from frame in lower right corner, and overall minor surface grime. Overall good condition.