$125.00or discount for quantity
Honore Daumier, French, 1808-1879. These Lithographs were printed in the French Newspaper in the 19th C. Thus there is newsprint on the back. They are signed in the plate and are about 9" by 12".
African Mask 10" long X 6 1/2" wide.
This is a ETCHING by the Well Listed ARTIST PAUL BERDANIER. Mr. BERDANIER is a NEW YORK Artist...Painter, Etcher, Illustrator, etc.
This Work depicts WASHINGTON SQUARE in GREENWICH VILLAGE NEW YORK CITY. Nicely Framed, Matted and Under Glass overall size is 12" X 14"; Image Area is 4.75" X 6.5"; Signed on the plate LR: BERDANIER.
Dating 1975 Condition is EXCELLENT. From an ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND ESTATE of Better Merchandise. Ready for the Next Wall JPGS tell the Rest.
An English school portrait miniature of a lovely young lady, wearing a white dress and a blue shawl, circa 1810. Set in a gilt metal mount backed with purple card, she measures 2 1/8 inches high. Condition: very good; small blemish to edge of glass at 3 o'clock.
A portrait miniature in enamel, French School, circa 1720. The sitter is an extremely beautiful lady with powdered hair, wearing a lace-trimmed black dress and red mantle. She is set in a silver frame with a brooch-clasp attachment and blue enamel reverse; measures 1 1/8 inches tall. Condition is very good: there are a few very narrow retouched scratches in the surface of the enamel at the sitter's neckline, together with a very minor chip on her neck.
Portrait miniature set in a 15K gold pierced brooch frame, circa the early 19th century. The sitter is a very stern lady, wearing a frilly white bonnet and ruff, and a black gown. The miniature is set in a 15K gold brooch with pierced floral frame and glazed reverse with braided brown hair. Frame measures 2 inches; sight size is 1 1/2 inches. Condition; very good; colors bright and fresh; slight water mark in background at 2 o'clock; some solder marks on frame.
A 19th century English portrait miniature in watercolor, set in a silver frame, with a hair reverse set with paste stones. The sitter is a lady with lovely red hair, wearing a white lace fichu, gold earrings and gold brooch. The reverse is spectacular: two gorgeous feathered curls of her deep red hair on white silk under glass, surrounded by a border of small paste stones. Measures 2 1/2 by 2 inches. Condition is excellent; one paste stone deficient.
Oil on canvas by David Day, dating from 1948. The painting is signed and dated L.R. and is in excellent condition. Contemporary Arts and Crafts gilt frame. David Day studied nude painting in the California studio of Lorser Feitelson in the fourties.
Original oil on masonite (36 x 24)by Paul D. Natkin, contemporary artist from Seattle (solo exhibits at the Davidson Gallery, Pioneer Square). The painting is titled "...thinking distant thoughts..." and dates from 1998. It is one of the many representations the artist has created of a specific Seattle viewpoint which has fascinated him for many years.
Original oil (50" x 40") by Bertha Ballou (American/ 1891-1978). Bertha Ballou studied at the ASL, the Boston School of Fine Art and in Florence. She settled in Spokane, WA. She is the daughter of Colonel C. Ballou, who was commandant at Fort George Wright in the 20's, and the painting is a portrait of Kitty, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Marshall Candee, also of Fort George Wright (where the painting was purchased--at that time it was still Fort Wright College)...
Original marble sculpture by Theodor Mallener (Czech, 1892-1978). Mallener is a Czech sculptor born in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia. He apparently spent part of his life in Germany, where he died (Schwabmunchen, Bavaria) in 1972. He is listed mainly in Czech sources. There was also a sculptor named Mallener who worked in Vienna for the Goldscheider Factory in the early part of the century who may or may not be the same artist. This sculpture is signed Th. Mallener on the base...
The size of mat; 27 3/4"x 19 1/4", Paper size: 22 14/" x 15 3/4", Image Size: 17 1/2" x 12". The fine detail pretty etching with colors. The subject title, "Cats and Pillows". It is signed by D. Lundquist 1990, American Artist. The condition is in Mint. Never been framed. Great Value of Fine etching lines.On Arches paper.Unframed, only came with mat. Edition No.155/200.
Portrait of a Woman is An Oil Painting signed in the upper right corner By Magnus Bakke, an American artist, and is dated 1924.
This painting is oil on canvas and measures 30" tall by 25" wide.
This painting of a woman with an umbrella measures 38" tall by 32" wide in the frame.
¡°This print was prepared in the mid-thirties, a few rare proofs exist¡¡This imposing portrait is the equivalent in technical complexity of Les Perles and L¡¯Etoile de Gobi¡¡The Mandarin¡¯s sleeve is printed in three shades of gray with urushi stripes, and silver metallics. Note the mica of the lenses, made by using crushed pink pearls¡¡¡± Richard Miles, The Prints of Paul Jacoulet. P.113, Robert G. Sawers Publishing, 1982...
This PAINTING is an OIL ON CANVAS by the listed MARYLAND ARTIST, EVELYN WYNNE. Found via a Washington, D.C. Suburb this CITY SCAPE has a whimsical feeling. Signed somewhat illegibly lower left: Evelyn Wynne; size is 33 1/2" X 24 1/2" sight and 31" X 39" Framed. Ca. 1945- 1970 ...acquired 25 miles from Chevy Chase,Md. EXCELLENT Condition
This is an OIL ON CANVAS by the Listed Artist: Arnold Warburton Lahee. This Artist is from New Jersey. Painted with Rich Colors this Painter is known for Waterfalls, Landscapes, Mountains. Size is 19" X 23 1/2" sight; 24" X 29" framed. Signed Lower Left: Lahee. Colors Richer in real Time and Space
Extraordinary oil on wood panel painting depicting Native American thatched huts on an Arizona Indian Reservation. The coloring of the work is especially nice--with a predominance of amber, lavender, and yellow. The style is nearly impressionistic, particularly in the treatment of the background. The painting remains in its original giltwood frame...
This OIL ON CANVAS was Painted by Washington, DC area Artist: Lewis Barbour. This Still life has IRISES and other FLOWERS in a Vase. Unframed the size is 20" x 24 1/2". Signed lower right and dated 1952