Impressionistic coastscape with surf, probably on Neapolitan coast, was executed in 1930s by German portrait and seascape painter Gertrude Wenk-Praun. She was pupil of her father, Munich seascape painter Albert Wenk (1863 - 1934), also spent years with his father travelling in South Italy, and along portraits of Italian women created also seascapes with similar motives to the paintings of her father.
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Inscription: signed and titled München (in English: Munich) lower right.
Technique: Oil on canvas, antique gilt frame.
Measurements: unframed w 31 7/8" x h 29 3/4" (81 x 75,5 cm), framed w 38 5/8" x h 36 1/2" (98 x 92,5 cm).
Condition: in good condition.