Antique California Impressionist Oil Canvas Painting Stanford Lake Lagunita by Marguerite Freytag Ciprico 1910

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A good California Impressionist oil on canvas landscape painting by Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (1891-1973).
This very attractive impressionistic painting depicts Lake Lagunita on the campus of Stanford University. The lake has been a focal point of of student life since it was founded and hosted campus traditions such as the Water carnival/Hydro Follies. The painting depicts the lake with trees at it's shoreline and a row boat moored at the water's edge,  The painting signed lower left "M. F. Ciprico" and is titled on the top stretcher bar "Lagunita, Stanford".
The painting is in very good condition and is housed in the original gilded gesso frame, it is ready to grace your wall.

Marguerite Freytag Ciprico immigrated to San Francisco during the aftermath of the disaster of 1906. Her art studies were begun locally with Theodore Wores, Eugen Neuhaus, Arthur Putnam, and at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1908-12). She then returned to Europe for further study in Munich, Milan, Paris, and with Anders Zorn. At the outbreak of WWI she returned to San Francisco and worked as a commercial artist, including portraits for the society column in the Chronicle. After marrying in 1923, she moved down the peninsula to Burlingame where she painted many landscapes of the surrounding area. She was a close friend and painting partner of William Hubaceck, who greatly influenced her still life work.

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17 inches high × 20 inches wide × 1.75 inches deep

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high × wide x deep

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