What I've been able to gather about C. Carson is that he is a Korean painter who apparently is living in the Midwest U.S. now. His paintings first came out in the early 1980s and seemed to reach the peak of their popularity in the late 1980s. His artistic career path tends to be somewhat similar to H. Hargrove and many of their types of paintings seem to be similar. However, since the mid-1990s, his whereabouts has been a bit mysterious as he hasn't been in the public eye. A couple artists I talked to thought he was refining a new painting style, but don't really know what he's up to.
During the first day he asks, "Do you like my work?" The second day, he just says "Bonjour." After you return from Early Poptropica with the key, he confides to you, "Psst! Recently I sold a painting to the investigator...but with no frame. Why would she need a painting without a frame? Very strange..." It is, of course, the painting hanging in the Countryside house. Underneath is the framed painting The Scream that was stolen. Later, he asks, "I wonder why the Black Widow never stole my happy little paintings?"
Robert Frame is a consistent, prodigious and scholarly painter who has produced successful one-man shows and museum exhibitions yearly since 1951. Frame is widely known, admired and respected by both artists and collectors as a "Painter's Painter." His years of experience and versatility in painting are recognized by the truly sensitive, knowledgeable collector. From 1948 to 1965, Frame won 22 prizes in painting in national exhibitions as well as a Guggenheim Fellowship in Creative Painting, and has been represented in numerous National Exhibitions of American Painting as well as many publications on art. As a well respected professor in fine arts, he has been influential in institutions such as Otis Art Institute, University of Southern California, Scripps College and Santa Barbara City College. Frame's paintings are a celebration of sumptuous color and painterly surface. His subjects are figures, landscapes, and interiors, saturated with light and vibrant color. To this he brings a strong, but understated structure. One thinks of Bonnard and Matisse when viewing his paintings, yet his work is intense and original. Robert lived 1924-1999. He has a beautiful painting called Walled Garden. He also has several other paintings.
For a painting to be mounted on a wall, it must be framed. Then the frame is attached to the wall with a special bracket called a picture hanger. The hanger is fastened to the wall by the use of a nail that is driven in at a 45 degree angle. A painting on canvas also has a frame that the canvas is stretched over, these paintings can be hung without a frame if desired, use framing wire attached to the canvas frame.
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