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PAM MASCO (born 1953)

 

“Houses of Parliament, London”                                                                                                                IMAGE

Oil Painting on Canvas. Signed. 36 x 48                                                                                                                                                                          

 

“Ebony & Gold, Venice

Oil Painting on Canvas. 30” x 40”. Signed                                                                                                IMAGE

 

 

Pam Masco is an American and a graduate of the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (1976).  She is married to the English artist John Heseltine.  Her work is well collected and has been exhibited at London galleries such as W.H. Patterson and David Messum.  It is in well-known private and corporate collections and has been shown at the Royal Society of British Artists and the Royal Watercolour Society.   Pam Masco hails from Massachusetts.  She has travelled throughout the U.S.A. and Europe and has painted American and European subjects, portraits, landscape and figure compositions, still life and interiors.  From 1978 to 1979 she was involved in drawing, painting, technical painting courses, watercolour and graphic design.  She illustrated for major British and American publishers until 1988.  Authors include Bruce Chatwin, Daphne du Maurier and V.S. Pritchett.    She is listed in Who's Who in Art, UK and The Dictionary of British Artists Since 1945 by David Buckman. Collections and Exhibitions include The Wentworth Club, Barings Bank, Lord and Lady Holme, Bernard and Leslie Gallecher, Colin and Eimear Montgomerie, W.H. Patterson Fine Art London, the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Watercolour Society, Singer Friedlander, the Clarendon Gallery London and David Messum London.

 

 

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