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Deaux Femmes en Costume : Louis Fortuney

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: Europe: French: Pre 1960   item# 1184796 (stock# 2606)

Deaux Femmes en Costume : Louis Fortuney
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King Art
414-276-6779


"$7500" 

Louis Fortuney, French, 1878- 1950 Known for portraits, figure, genre, land-and seascape painting in oil and pastel.


French Lady in Her Best:: Louis Fortuney

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: Europe: French: Pre 1960   item# 1184794 (stock# 2605)

French Lady in Her Best:: Louis Fortuney
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King Art
414-276-6779


"$7500." 

Louis Fortuney, French, 1878- 1950, Provenance: Bill DeLoind Gallery, Private Collection Known for portraits, figure, genre, land-and seascape painting in oil and pastel.


Magiscope #2: Feliciano Bejar

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Metal: Pre 2000   item# 1182794 (stock# 2600)

Magiscope #2: Feliciano Bejar
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King Art
414-276-6779


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Feliciano Bejar, Mexican/american, Provenance: Private Midwestern Collection, Leslie Hindman Auction, Artists Estate.


Tension and Compression: Morio Shinoda

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Metal: Pre 2000   item# 1182725 (stock# 2599)

Tension and Compression: Morio Shinoda
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King Art
414-276-6779


"$5000." 

Morio Shinoda, 1931- , Japanese. Tension and Compression is a highly interesting and well crafted sculpture with allusions to a balloon.


Abstract Bronze: Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Bronze: Pre 1980   item# 1182722 (stock# 2597)

Abstract Bronze: Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier
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King Art
414-276-6779


"$5000." 

Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier, American, This untitled abstract form is patinated bronze, signed on the base Green-Mercier. Provenance: Private Midwestern Collection, Leslie Hindman Auction, Estate of the Artist.


Portrait with Yellow Figure: Joash Woodrow

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: Europe: British: Pre 1990   item# 1180477 (stock# 2596)

Portrait with Yellow Figure: Joash Woodrow
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King Art
414-276-6779


"$8000." 

Joash Woodrow, United Kingdom, 1926- , Portrait with Figure is a suberb example of this Abstract Expressionist artist's dynamic painting. It is oil on burlap weight canvas, 48"h by 36"w.


Urban Landscape & Houses: Aloise Lecoque

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: N. America: American: Pre 1970   item# 1180473 (stock# 2595)

Urban Landscape & Houses: Aloise Lecoque
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King Art
414-276-6779


SOLD 

Alois Lecoque: Prague, France, California, Illinois, 1891-1981. Urban Landscape with houses is oil on canvas, 22" by 24" in a beautiful period Newcomb Macklin frame. He was known for his beautifully colored post-impressionist post impressionist landscape, still life and figure paintings His work ranged from still life to harbor life to the city views of Prague. He painted magnificent buildings and waterfronts in Paris. Lecoque's works are on display in the collections of the Museum of Art Moderne, Prague, Museum of Old Montmartre, Paris, Art Collection of the City of Los Angeles and in many other museums. Author of the book, Renoir My Friend, he has artwork hung in the White House. His work is still widely available throughout the world today. His last home was in southern California and he traveled to hold showings of his art work up until his death.


Notre Dame de Paris sur Seine: Constantine Kluge

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: Europe: French: Pre 1980   item# 1176752 (stock# 2594)

Notre Dame de Paris sur Seine: Constantine Kluge
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King Art
414-276-6779


SOLD 

Constantine Kluge, French, 1912-2003. This wonderful oil on canvas is 29 by 38.5 in a modern 3" gold leaf frame for overall dimensions of 34" by 41.5". It is in very good condition and is signed lower right.


Abstract Painting: John Grillo

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: N. America: American: Pre 1960   item# 1175205 (stock# 2593)

Abstract Painting: John Grillo
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King Art
414-276-6779


SOLD 

John Grillo, Calif, 1917- California. Oil on canvas, 40"h by 36"w, framed 45"h by 41", signed lower left. Provenance: Private Midwestern Collection, Bunte Auction, Illinois, Private Collection purchased from Artist. John Grillo was known as one of the most aggressive West Coast artists to pursue Abstract Expressionism and painted in gouache, watercolor and poster-based water paints as well as oil. In addition, he was also a sculptor, printmaker and art educator. Grillo was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts and studied at the Hartford Art School, 1935-1938; California School of Fine Arts, 1945-1947; with Hans Hoffman in New York and the Hans Hoffman School of Fine Arts, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1948-1951. Grillo remained active in Provincetown, Massachusetts during much of his career. He received the Ford Foundation grant to work at Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles, 1964 and the Ford Foundation artist-in-residence grant at Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 1964. He taught at the New School for Social Research, New York, 1964-1966 and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1967-1991.Solo Exhibitions: Artist's Gallery, NYC, 1948; Tibor de Nagy Gallery, 1953; Bertha Schaefer Gallery, 1955, 1957, 1959; Howard Wise Gallery, 1961, 1962, 1963; University California, Berkeley 1962; and University of Massachusetts, 1988. Selected Group Exhibitions: The Oakland Museum, California. A Period of Exploration: San Francisco 1945-1950; 1973. Museums: Guggenheim, Metropolitan Museum of Art, LA County Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art and more. Sources include: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art" Gordon T. McClelland and Jay T Last, "California Watercolors"


Impressionist Lady in Landscape: James Carroll Beckwith

Catalogue: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: N. America: American: Pre 1940   item# 1171364 (stock# 2592)

Impressionist Lady in Landscape: James Carroll Beckwith
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414-276-6779


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James Carroll Beckwith, 1852-1957, NY, Illinois, France. This oil on panel is exquisite, 35.5cm by 26.5 cm,(13 5/8" by 10.5") signed, and in good condition in a beautiful 4" gold leaf frame. Provenance: Private collection in the Midwest, Purchased from a Private Collection in Florida, Purchased at Thomas Moran Auction, Private California Collection. He was a landscape, portrait and genre painter whose style ranged from academic to impressionist. He is best known for portrait and genre subjects, was skilled in mural painting, and was highly respected as an art educator. He was enrolled at the Chicago Academy of Design. His good friend was Frederick Stuart Church, and they took instruction together under the tutelage of Conrad Diehl. In 1871,the family moved to New York City. There Beckwith enrolled in the antique class at the National Academy of Design under Lemuel Wilmarth. Among his fellow students were George Bellows, J. Alden Weir, Albert Pinkham Ryder, and Frederick Church In October, 1873, Beckwith sailed for England, and spent the next five years abroad, living primarily in Paris where he entered the studio of Emile Carolus-Duran. Of this period, he later wrote: "I think my real Art life began." Together with John Singer Sargent and Frank Fowler, he helped Duran in 1877 with the Luxembourg Palace ceiling decoration, The Apotheosis of Marie de Medici. With Sargent, Beckwith shared a studio in Paris, and they developed a lifelong friendship. In 1875, Beckwith met William Merritt Chase. Beckwith returned to New York in 1878, and he and William Merritt Chase were hired at the same time as instructors at the Art Students League. He exhibited annually at the National Academy of Design from 1877 until his death in 1917. For the 1893 Chicago World's Fair Exposition, he painted murals for the dome of the Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building. Beckwith received several awards including Honorable mention at the Paris Exposition of 1889 and Gold Medal at the Atlanta Exposition, 1895. He with his wife, Bertha, moved to Italy for two years, 1910 to 1912, where he did landscape sketches. Then he returned to New York City, but felt increasingly out of touch with the times because his conservative style of painting was not in accord with changing tastes and was not earning the money he had hoped. In 1917, just before his death, he was in California, visiting his friend, Thomas Moran, who was eighty years old. Of the career of James Carroll Beckwith, it was written: "In the minds of his fellow artists, the name of J. Carroll Beckwith stood for an unwavering commitment to the highest ideals of academic art. Throughout his career Beckwith remained true to his French training, first as a young portrait painter fresh from years of Parisian study, then as an influential teacher of careful, accurate drawing and finally as an uncompromising conservative bemoaning the state of early-twentieth-century art." His most sought after paintings are the Impressionist Scenes painted in France. His paintings sell for up to $400,000.

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