Framed floral still life by Eve Apostoll, vintage 1961. The painting is titled “Orthodox Easter” and is oil on board. The image depicts a group of red flowers situated in a black pitcher, next to a group of oranges. The skewed perspective, color palette and subject all bring to mind the work of Cezanne. His influence is felt throughout the image. Eve Apostoll (1931-1995) was a Detroit native whom spent much of her life living in Canada. The London, Ontario, artist enjoyed a bountiful career as a painter with exhibitions at the London Art Gallery (1965), the Sobot Gallery, Toronto (1967), The Penell Gallery, Toronto (1969), and the Art Gallery, St. Thomas-Elgin, Ontario (1977). She participated in numerous group exhibitions across Canada and is represented in many private and corporate collections.