Anne Francey, ‘How (Hydra)’, 2016, Carrie Haddad Gallery
Anne Francey, ‘How (Hydra)’, 2016, Carrie Haddad Gallery
Anne Francey, ‘How (Hydra)’, 2016, Carrie Haddad Gallery
Anne Francey, ‘How (Hydra)’, 2016, Carrie Haddad Gallery
Anne Francey, ‘How (Hydra)’, 2016, Carrie Haddad Gallery

Gouache on paper in light wood frame
14.5 x 14.5 inches

This colorful urban landscape was created by Saratoga, NY-based artist Anne Francey. Buildings are juxtaposed in an array of colors and architectural styles: an ivory church steeple; massive structures in bright corals, greens, and yellows; and humble, crimson-roofed cottages all share the composition, giving a sense of a city that rich in culture and history.

The drawing is complimented with a light wood frame, and a sturdy wire spanning the reverse side provides for easy, professional-quality installation.

About the artist:
Anne Francey was born in 1956 in Grandson, Switzerland. She attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne (ECBA) from 1976 to 1981, where she received a diploma of Fine Arts in painting. In 1981, she moved to New York where she attended the School of Visual Arts and the graduate program of Fine Arts at Hunter College. She graduated in 1987 with a Master of Fine Arts (MFA).

Signature: Front, lower right

About Anne Francey

Swiss (US resident since 1981), b. 1956, Grandson, Switzerland, based in Saratoga, NY, United States