James March Phillips 1913 - 1981 James March Phillips could not recall a time when he wasn't interested in drawing and painting nature. His formal art training didn't begin until he was 32 years old when he studied at the Jean Turner Art Academy, working with Louis J. Rogers, Alfred Owles and Baron J. Paget Fredericks. His delayed start was due to James' army combat service in Europe during World War II. He is noted for his technique and ability to express his subjects realistically, yet reflect a personal interpretation. He strived to portray his subjects in their true color and form. He often expressed that his greatest challenge as an artist was to recreated nature in true perspective. He has gained recognition in watercolor, and was represented by the finest galleries in the West.
Please View our other Inventory
Price on Request