Vintage Impressionist Minimalist Sterling Boyd Strauser Jockey Trotters Oil Painting

Vintage 1960s impressionist painting depicts two jockeys on their racing horses using an expressive loose line style with minimal dabs of color on a color-washed background.

Sterling Boyd Strauser (1907-1995) was an American self-taught artist born in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. He is known for his paintings executed in the style of folk and outsider art with a heavy impasto technique.

Signed and dated 1962

Good vintage condition

Oil on masonite

Wood Frame: 8” H x 17” W

Painting Size: 6-3/4” H x 15-3/4” W