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MARION PIKE
 
MARION PIKE
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, 1985
Oil on canvas, 28 x 41.5 in

 
Socializing with the rich and famous in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Paris, and other hubs of culture easily could lead a person to a sense of entitlement and personal extravagance. So it is especially noteworthy that painter Marion Pike maintained an unaffected, independent spirit driven by a personal pursuit: depicting through brushstrokes the essence of people, places, and flowers. Born into a family of means, Marion Pike (1913-1998) traveled extensively, dividing her time between three homes in the United States, France and Guatemala. Gerald Van der Kemp, who oversaw the late 1970s restoration of Claude Monet’s Giverny gardens, so appreciated Pike's genius that he allowed her to paint in the garden where Monet painted his water lilies.  more
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