This original opaque watercolor painting measures 6 1/2 by 10 inches and is framed under glass approximately 12 by 17 inches.
It was acquired in Bali circa 1960 and is in excellent condition.
It is signed lower right, imo Sintee.
This original painting on heavy watercolor paper measures 21 by 29 inches, unmounted and unframed.
It is signed A. Shepstone in the lower right corner. It was acquired as part of a collection of paintings purchased directly from the artist many years ago.
It is in outstanding condition.
It will be shipped to the buyer rolled carefully in a wide tube or shipping container.
This original watercolor measures 18 by 24 inches, unmounted and unframed.
The subject is nine boys standing around and swimming in a waterfall fed pond in a lush tropical landscape.
It is in excellent condition .
It is signed W. Thurston C.1987 in the lower right corner.
Preliminary research on the artist is inconclusive. There is or was an artist, William Thurston who worked as an illustrator for the Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association, but this connection has not been verified yet.
This is one of two watercolors we are offering by the same artist. Both have Hawaiian themes.
This original watercolor measures 22 by 30 inches, unmounted and unframed.
The subject is young boys playing in a waterfall and swimming in a pond set in a lush tropical mountain landscape.
It is in excellent condition .
It is signed William M Thurston C.1988 in the lower right corner.
There is an artist, William Thurston who worked as an illustrator for the Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association, but this connection has not been fully documented yet.
This is one of two similar Hawaiian theme watercolors that we are offering by this artist.
This Melanesian carved wooden mask measures 23 inches top to bottom by 9 inches wide by 2 inches in depth.
It was produced by the Middle Sepik River Culture of Papua New Guinea; most likely from the Washkuk region.
It dates from the early to middle 20th century and is in excellent condition.
The mask is carved in a representation of an elongated face with stylized tatoos overall, with a frog shaped headdress and a flying bird post or goatee. It has shell eyes and the bird is also set with red stone or glass eyes.
It is interesting in it's multiple use of imagery. The mask has a handle bar mustache which also serves as both the wings of the flying bird and the feet of the running frog. This is an exceptional design and also very well executed.
This outstanding old bowl has a wonderful color and patina.
This original Chinese watercolor painting measures 18 by 27 inches (ink and watercolor painting only) and 21 by 66 inches, including the brocaded scroll it is mounted on.
It has the seal and signature of the artist, Qi Xin, along with one or two additional seals which may be collector's seals.
The subject is chicks feeding beneath a palm leaf and a persimmon branch hanging heavy with ripe fruit.
It is in excellent condition.
This New Zealand Maori Jade Carved Hei Tiki measures 2 3/4 inches by 2 inches and is about 3/8 of an inch in thickness.
It dates from the early 20th century or even earlier.
It is carved from an outstanding piece of deep green jade with a small, lighter colored feather in between the eyes. The edges show translucence when held up to the light.
The third close up photo shows a somewhat similar carving with a much higher estimate that is an illustration in a recent book on Tribal art.
The illustration of another old jade tiki with a $6,000 -$10,000.00 estimate is only shown for comparison. It is not being offered here.