Dimensions: 27 x 24 Inches, framed
Condition: Excellent, no damage or inpainting
Alexander Dzigurski, who is known for his seascapes, landscapes, and some portraiture, is associated with the art of California, although he was born in the farming community of Backa, located in Stari Becej, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His extensive US travel can be seen in his works from the Smokies, the Grand Tetons, Mt. Shasta, the Rockies, Glacier National Park, New England, and other coastal areas. His paintings can be found in the Franklin Mint Museum of American Art in Pennsylvania, the Republic Bank of Dallas, The Michigan Bank of Chicago, Illinois, the Ravenswood Bank of Chicago, Illinois, and at the Caterpillar Tractor Company in Peoria, Illinois. Dimensions: TBA Additional photos will be posted. Please inquire.
Exceptional Arts and Crafts (Craftsman Mannerism) Style.
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Ray, Gary (1952 - ). Eucalyptus landscape by Gary Ray (1952 - ) 24" x 36", Oil/Canvas, Signed Lower Right Est.: 3,000 - 5,000 Sold by John Moran Auctioneers for 4,802 on 2/15/2005 ARTIST WORLD RECORD Picture two, from" Morans "
Gary Ray was born May 30, 1952 in Venice, California. He's a 4th generation Californian. Ray was exposed to art at an early age. Primarily self taught, some of his greatest artistic influences have come from the works of Edgar Payne, and Hanson Puthuff. exposure has had an influence on his artistic outlook. Ray is also Ray began his painting career 13 years ago. He paints plein-air images of the Southern and Central California coastal regions, and inland areas. Being a working, traveling drummer since the age of 18, he has had the opportunity to tour the great cities, and museums of Europe. This heavily involved in Arts and Crafts collecting, and restoration of various Arts and Crafts items.
Ray has exhibited widely in Southern and Central California. In 2002, and now in 2003, his works have been successfully auctioned at John Moran's and Bonham & Butterfield's in the Los Angeles, California area. He works out of his studio in Venice, California. An exceptional investment opportunity. See ASKART Listings, or Bonhams for recent auction prices Year: Mid-Late 20th Century Measurements: 14 x 18 Inches Framed
Dimensions:8 1/2"x 10 3/4", on 6" x 12" canvas board Condition: excellent
Dimensions: 13.50 x 11.75 Signed, lower left, A. Baure Condition:Excellent Measurements: 13 1/2 x 11 3/4. Framed
The artist, Charles Emile Jacques was born in France in 1813 and died in 1894, he was noted for his paintings of animals, especially farm animals.
Jacques was part of the Barbizon school, a movement of painters named after the village of Barbizon near Fontaine Bleau forest, France. The back of the canvas has the stencil mark "P.Briautt 2 Rue du Louvre, Paris" the name of the canvas supplier. (Circa 1880) Dimensions:Frame Height 32.7x 40 inches (83cm x 99cm)
Canvas inches x 29.9 inches 61cm x76 cm Width 76cm (29.9 inches) Condition, very good, some restoration to the frame.
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This bronze personifies the geometric precision and balance which is unique to the ART DECO movement, strongly influenced by Chiparus. The original sculpture is 19" (48 1/2 cm) in length on the base measurement. Height is 17 1/2" (44 1/2cm)from top of her head to base. The nude figure is poised, sophisticated, and timeless.
This is a rare offering of an ART DECO masterpiece, Not an excuse for a rediculously overpriced knockoff. There are no repairs, or damage. Interior shows remains of castings, etc. A small (1/4 inch) hairline foundry crack is on the back of the neck of the sculpture. Otherwise, mint condition.
NOTE: DO NOT CONFUSE THIS WITH THE MYRIAD FAKES ADVERTISED AS EXACT COPIES. IT IS NOT A KNOCK OFF. AUTHENTICITY IS GUARANTEED
DIMENSIONS: Height 17 1/2"(45cm)
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Recent entries in all the major auction house sales, highly desired.
Dimensions: 13 Inches x 9 Inches
Framed: 18 Inches x 14.50 Inches
Dimensions: To be added, Framed
Condition: Excellent Painting is in oil on canvas. Terrific folky down home country family fun. Too bad these days are gone.