This original Martin Frederick Kaelin painting is titled Gawkers at the Strip Club. The humorous painting captures the excitement inside a New Orleans strip club. A redheaded burlesque performer dances on a stage, surrounded by googly eyed men. His cartoon style of drawing adds to the amusing appearance of the onlookers. Kaelin first visited New Orleans in 1946, where he was inspired by the lively city and its colorful people.
This Martin Frederick Kaelin painting is a watercolor on paper. The artist signature “Kaelin”, is in the lower right corner. The artwork is professional mounted under glass with a linen mat and gold leaf frame.
ARTIST: Martin Frederick Kaelin (1926- )
PERIOD: 20th Century
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United States
MATERIALS: Watercolor on paper
HEIGHT: 18.5 in. (47 cm)
WIDTH: 15.25 in. (39 cm)
DEPTH: .88 in. (2 cm)
CONDITION: Very nice condition. The painting has not been examined out of the frame.