New England Street Scene, Rockport Impressionist Rudy Colao


Oil on masonite measures 16″ x 20″ unframed

Signed lower left-titled on the reverse “Antique Seaside Houses”

Fine gold frame measures 24″ x 28″

One of the best Rudy Colao paintings I have seen!

Availability: In stock

Rudolph Colao (1927-2014) was a member of Allied Artists of America, Artists Equity Association of New York, Hudson Valley Art Association, Knickerbocker Artists of New York, and Rockport Art Association. He taught at the Art Students’ League of New York, and The Scottsdale Artists School in Arizona.

Articles on the artist have appeared in American Artist Magazine (March 1975), Southwest Art Magazine (March 1982), American Artist Magazine (May 1982) and Focus/Santa Fe (Aug/Sept 1988).

Rudy Colao received many awards, from the “Grand Prize” in a show of over one thousand artists in the Washington Square Art Exhibit in 1960, to an “Excellence in Painting” award at the Rockport Art Association in 1995, and is listed in Who’s Who in American Art. Auction prices up to $3,500!

Submitted by Sandra Sears, Bar Harbor, Maine