This original Chinese ink & watercolor painting measures 13 1/2 by 52 inches (watercolor only) and about 18 1/2 by 72 inches, including the brocaded scroll it is mounted on.
It has the seal and signature of the artist, Ma Yongquiang.
The subject is leopard climbing a tree. It is in excellent condition and has crisp and vibrant details.
Ma YongQuian is a 20th century artist of Chinese ancestry, who was born and working in Indonesia. In April 2007, an exhibition of his work was held at the Haisu Art Museum in Shanghai, China.
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It measures 16 x 20 inches, and is in EXCELLENT CONDITION.
It is signed, Lillie Durham in the lower right corner.
This original unsigned oil painting on very heavy canvas (tarp quality) measures 24 by 36 inches (image only).
It is painted on a 29 by 41 inch canvas which needs to be stretched on wooden stretcher bars (standard 24 by 36 inch size).
It is a classic 1950's American Home with a picket fence and a television (note the antenna on the roof). This scene could be 'Anywhere USA___Circa 1955.
We estimate it as circa 1940's-1950's.
Except for needing to be mounted and framed, it is in excellent condition.
It will be delivered rolled in a wide tube. The paint condition is outstanding and it will not be adversely affected by rolling it for shipment.
This original oil painting on canvas mounted on wooden panel board measures 15 by 23 inches (image only). It measures 18 by 26 inches including the carved period frame it sits in.
The subject is a landscape with a series of buildings by a river, including waterfalls and a logging flume. The location of the scene is most likely the Northwest corner of the US (Oregon, Washington or Northern California) or Western Canada.
The condition of the painting is excellent, although it is slightly dry and could use a touch of light varnish to bring up the depth of the colors a bit.
It is signed, somewhat illegibly, in the lower right corner. It appears to be Fanelli or something very similar.
There is an old label on the reverse of the frame: "Duncan Vail Co, Established 1869, Los Angeles, San Francisco".
This original oil painting on artist's canvas panel board measures about 12 by 16 inches, not including the simple wooden frame it sits in.
The subject is a nude woman reclining on a bed under partially draped covers.
It dates circa 1950-1960.
It is signed PL (with initials) in the lower right corner. It also has a name tag on the reverse : Peggy Lancaster ( see closeup photo).
it is in excellent condition.
This original oil painting on stretched canvas and wooden stretcher bars measures 24 by 30 inches unframed.
It is signed Dega Vierra in the lower left corner.
It is in outstanding condition, period.
We estimate the period on this original oil painting as circa 1940-1960.
the subject is an open landscape with beech trees in the foreground and a few homesteads in the distance.
This original oil painting on masonite measures 18 by 24 inches and is framed 20 by 26 inches.
it is signed Cal Bailey 60 in the lower left corner.
Artist Biography: Calvin Bailey (1915- )
Calvin (Cal) Bailey is listed on Askart.com and in additional publications:
Who Was Who in American Art 1564-1975 (3 Vol) 1999 Falk, Peter Hastings (Editor)
Afro-American Artists: A Bio-Bibliographical Directory 1973 Cederholm, Theresa Dickason
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This large oil painting on canvas was apparently painted during the early 20th Century, based on the age and quality of the canvas and the paints used. It is unusual in that it is painted on the "inside" of the stretched canvas and the painted image extends onto and over the stretcher bars.
It is painted in the style of David Siqueros or other Mexican Muralist painters.".
The subject is an intense woman. One name for the woman comes to mind but we are not allowed to mention it without suffering the wrath (and possible lawsuits) of overly protective name/copyright owners (One name that comes to mind would have the initials, FK).
It measures 24 by 32 inches, unframed.
It is in outstanding condition and the paint is applied with thick, heavy and powerful brush strokes.
This original, contemporary oil painting on stretched canvas measures 16 by 20 inches and sits in a simple wood frame (18 by 22 inches).
It is signed in ink on the stretcher, "Spring Bouquet" 3/90 R.D.Kick.
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This original, unsigned oil painting on panel board measures about 18 by 24 inches, not including the simple frame it currently sits in.
The scene is the ocean with storm swept skies and heavy waves breaking against the rocks. In the background, a portion of the Northern California coastline can be seen.
It is in outstanding condition, period.
It dates circa 1940-1960 based on the style of painting, the subject matter, and the board it is painted on.
This original California School oil painting is painted on artist's canvas board measures 16 by 20 inches and it sits in a 22 by 26 inch frame.
It is unsigned and in excellent condition, except for a few scuffed areas on the frame.
If this outstanding old oil painting was executed in shades of green, rather than blue, we would probably assume it was done by William Wendt or by a student of his, in his style.
Leonard Borman, an exceptional California artist, died in 1995. This large and attractive oil is a sleeper.
Biographical Information:Leonard Borman was born in the 19th century and started painting in 1917 while recovering from a war injury, sustained as a Canadian veteran. His mother was an artist and encouraged her son, who attended the Art Institute of Chicago where he studied under Joseph Pennell and George Bellows. Borman came to Pasadena in 1924, settling in the nearby town of Sierra Madre. His desert and other plein air landscapes are most often encountered, but he also was an etcher and painted portraits of animals. Borman lived to the age of 101.
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This original OIL PAINTING on artist's canvas panel board measures 16 by 20 inches, not including the gilded frame it sits in (20 x 24 inches).
It appears to have been signed in the lower right corner, but it is mostly illegible. It is difficult to see in good light and virtually impossible to photograph.
Although it is somewhat similar to the early works of Fairfield Porter, we are not selling it as one of his works.
This is an unattributed painting.
This beautifully colored and detailed oil painting is in outstanding condition and was obviously done by a very accomplished hand.
This is an original oil painting on canvas panel mounted on wooden stretchers.
It measures 21 3/4 x 28 inches, not including the carved and gilded period frame it sits in. It measures 26 x 30 inches, including the frame.
It is signed, Josephine E. Hyde in the lower left corner of the canvas. It is also stamped "OTIS" & "HYDE" on the cross braces on the reverse side of the painting. Otis Hyde was Josephine's husband and a very well known artist in his own right. It would appear that Josephine "borrowed" some of her husband's art supplies for her own use.
The subject is a still life wth a small Japanese figure seated on a table with an oriental carpet, with a green pitcher and a Chinese porcelain charger.
The painting is in excellent condition. It has a few tiny scuff marks near the signature that can be easily touched up.
It is painted in a broad pallette of colors: toned down by both time and grime. It could use a good cleaning to make the already strong colors even more vivid and bright.
Josephine Hyde was a listed California painter born in Columbus, Ohio in 1885.
She studied at Stanford University with painters, Nell Walker Warner, Edward Withers and Will Foster. She became an art teacher in the Los Angeles and Long Beach school systems from 1923 to the 1950’s. She was also married to the well known artist, Otis Hyde. She died in 1965.
She was a member of the California Art Club, Women Painters of the West, Long Beach Art Association, Painters of the Southwest, and the La Jolla Art Association.
She is listed in Who’s Who in American Art 1953-1962, Artists in California 1786-1940 by Edan Milton Hughes, Davenport’s Art Reference & Price Guide.
She is also listed on the internet with biographical information and auction sale listing on Askart.com
This original oil painting is in the style of a well known California Plein Air Painter of the 1920's-1930's. It is, however, unsigned.
It measures 16 by 20 inches and sits in a period 22 by 26 inch frame.
Both the frame and the painting are in outstanding condition.
This original oil painting on old artist panel board measures 22 1/2 by 31 1/2 inches.
It is unframed.
It is signed "Mt. Rainier, Wash, by F.A. DeHaven, Artist, 840 Raymond Ave" in pencil on the reverse.
It is in excellent condition.
It dates circa 1890-1920.
This outstanding old California landscape is one of two oils by the same artist that I am currently offering. Both offer different views of Mount Rainier.
This original oil painting on old hard panel board measures 22 by 28 inches (image only) and 26 by 32 inches framed.
The subject is a view of San Francisco Bay from a hillside vantage point, with old buildings in the foreground. The view looks down on covered docks or wharfs with ships in the background.
It is signed Helen Louise Conser in the lower left corner.
It is in outstanding condition overall.
It is painted in a loose Impressionist style which incorporates strong brush strokes and the use of a pallette knife.
This is one of two paintings by the artist that we are currently offering. Although they are not an exact matching pair, they are very similar in size, use of colors and subject matter.
Artist Biographical Information:
Helen Louise Conser was born in Portland, Oregon on July 17, 1899. She settled in San Francisco in the early 1930s. She studied with George Post. She was a painter and worked with other WPA artists on projects at the time. She was also a member of the SWA (Society of Western Artists.) She apparently never married and died in San Francisco on Nov. 25, 1980 at 81 years of age. She is listed in the following publications: 1. Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940, Volume 2. 2. Peter Falk, “Who Was Who In American Art (1564-1975)” 3 City Directory; Death record; San Francisco Chronicle, 11-27-1980.