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All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 2000 item #730598
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$1,295.00

This original contemporary Chinese ink and watercolor painting measures 23 by 49 inches (painting only) and 28 by 66 inches, including the silk brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has two seals and the signature of the artist (reputed to be Yang Ruifen) along the lower right edge. It also has an additional collector's seal (lower left corner).

Yang Ruifen (1950- ) is a contemporary Chinese artist working in China today. She is a member of the Beijing Art Academy and the Chinese Artist's Association. Her works are curently held in the collection of the Chinese National Art Museum. Her works have been sold at auction houses in both Europe and China.

The subject of the painting are three red and orange koi swimming among the lush foliage of a lotus pond.

It has an interesting speckled appearance in a few areas where the painting has been sprinkled with what looks like mica specks: presumably to give the effect of sparkling water.

It is in excellent condition. The brocade border surrounding the painting has a few loose threads along the outside edge: not really worth mentioning, but otherwise in outstanding condition.

This original ink and watercolor painting dates to the late 20th Century in China.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 2000 item #731258
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$1,295.00

This original contemporary Chinese ink and watercolor painting measures 24 by 49 inches (painting only) and 27 1/2 by 71 inches, including the silk brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has two seals and the signature of the artist along the lower left edge. It also has an additional collector's seal (along right middle edge.)

The subjects of the painting are three monkeys playing in a fruit tree and in the snow.

It is in excellent condition.

This original ink and watercolor painting dates to the late 20th Century in China.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Pre 1990 item #734670
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$1,295.00

This original Chinese watercolor painting measures 26 by 27 inches (ink and watercolor painting only) and 29 by 65 inches, including the brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has the seal and signature of the artist, Deng Xiaolin, along the left side of the painting.

The subject is a small village situated in an extensive mountain landscape with floating clouds obscuring some of the distant mountains.

This painting was painted with a high level of attention to details. Deng Xiaolin was a graduate of the China Central Fine Arts Institute in 1970. He was born in Hefei, in Anhui Province in China.

This scroll dates to the latter part of the 20th Century.

It is in excellent condition.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 2000 item #792303
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$1,295.00

This original contemporary Chinese ink and watercolor painting measures 25 1/2 by 52 inches (painting only) and 29 by 72 inches, including the silk brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has two seals and the signature of the artist (undetermined at this time) along the left edge. It also has three additional collector's seal (along the right edge, center and bottom.)

The subjects of the painting are three monkeys playing with a sage or scholar who is sleeping under a tree.

It is in excellent condition.

This original ink and watercolor painting dates to the late 20th Century in China.

All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Bohemian : Pre 1910 item #841617
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$1,295.00

This black and iridescent art glass vase measures about 12 inches in height and about 7-7.25 inches in diameter.

It has a wonderful overall iridescence and was created in the threaded style of art glass like that found in Loetz or Pallme Koenig.

It is unmarked but does have a ground spot on it's base where an etched signature would most likely go.

It is in excellent condition, period. No chips cracks or repairs.

We estimate this classic Art Nouveau vase to date circa 1895-1910.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1950 item #850113
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$1,295.00

This original watercolor painting on water color paper measures 15 by 22 inches.

It dates circa 1940-1960 from a regional school of watercolor painting found in, but not limited to California.

It is in excellent condition and ready to be matted and framed.

This is an original watercolor painting and NOT a glycee or print of any kind.

This is one painting that was acquired as part of a collection of original California watercolors.

A portion of the collection is represented by signed watercolors by Robert Landry. A few others, unsigned or with different names appear to have been painted by his students.

Check our other listings for additional offerings of similar signed and unsigned period watercolor paintings. We will be adding more as time permits.

Biographical information: Robert Landry (1921-1991) ... Born: Washington, D.C.

Studied: Abbott Art School, Art Instruction, Inc. Member: San Diego Watercolor Society, Watercolor West.

Robert Landry attended high school on the East Coast then went into the military service during World War 11. After the war, he studied art in Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis on the G.I. Bill. He became a commercial illustrator for the United States Air Force Graphic Arts Division at the Pentagon, and art director for the Federal Aviation Agency and Convair Astronautics. After the late 1940s, Landry began a serious painting career and started exhibiting fine art watercolors. His paintings often depicted regional subjects with buildings, boats or coastline structures. Creating a mood was important to him and gives his works a narrative quality.

Robert Landry's watercolors were primarily sold through art galleries in San Diego and Dallas. He also taught at watercolor workshops near his home in San Diego and in traveling workshops held in Oregon, Arizona and Hawaii.

He is listed in numerous artist's biographical publications. His works have also sold at auctions over the years, such as John Moran Auctions in Pasadena, California.

He is also listed on Askart.com and other art websites:

http://www.askart.com/AskART/artists/search/Search_Repeat.aspx?searchtype=ART_FOR_SALE&artist=105026

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 1910 item #113078 (stock #TR0193)
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$1,495.00

This original oil painting on old artists board measures 9 by 13 inches (12 by 16 inches with carved frame).

Apparently unsigned, although the dark varnish may hide small details.

It has an old label from E.B. Heimstreet in Janesville, Wisconsin.

It dates to circa 1870-1900.

The varnish is dark, somewhat dry and slightly stippled.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 2000 item #119142 (stock #scr1006)
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$1,495.00

This original contemporary Chinese watercolor painting measures 27 by 52 inches (painting only) and about 31 by 70 inches, including the brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has the seal and signature of the artist, Shang Xiao Fang along with one collector's seal.

The subject is a pair of red headed cranes standing amidst pine foliage.

It is in excellent condition and has very fine and subtle details.

Additional information about Contemporary Chinese scroll paintings is available in our Newsletter by clicking on Newsletter on our Home page.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1960 item #797685
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$1,495.00

This original watercolor painting on water color paper measures 15 by 22 inches.

It dates circa 1940-1960 from a regional school of watercolor painting found in, but not limited to California.

It is in excellent condition and ready to be matted and framed.

This is an original watercolor painting and NOT a glycee or print of any kind.

This is one painting from a collection of original California watercolors.

A portion of the collection is represented by signed watercolors by Robert Landry. A few others, unsigned or with different names appear to have been painted by his students.

Check our other listings for additional offerings of similar signed and unsigned period watercolor paintings. We will be adding more as time permits.

(NOTE) We will be keeping some of both the signed and unsigned paintings from this collection for ourselves. In a weak economy, with a falling dollar, they are great investments that can be hung on a wall and enjoyed, feeding both one's soul and pocketbook at the same time.

Biographical information: Robert Landry (1921-1991) ... Born: Washington, D.C.

Studied: Abbott Art School, Art Instruction, Inc. Member: San Diego Watercolor Society, Watercolor West.

Robert Landry attended high school on the East Coast then went into the military service during World War 11. After the war, he studied art in Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis on the G.I. Bill.

He became a commercial illustrator for the United States Air Force Graphic Arts Division at the Pentagon, and art director for the Federal Aviation Agency and Convair Astronautics.

After the late 1940s, Landry began a serious painting career and started exhibiting fine art watercolors. His paintings often depicted regional subjects with buildings, boats or coastline structures. Creating a mood was important to him and gives his works a narrative quality.

Robert Landry's watercolors were primarily sold through art galleries in San Diego and Dallas. He also taught at watercolor workshops near his home in San Diego and in traveling workshops held in Oregon, Arizona and Hawaii.

He is listed in numerous artist's biographical publications. His works have also sold at various auction houses over the years including John Moran Auctions in Pasadena, California.

He is also listed on Askart.com and other art websites.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1990 item #561084
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$1,600.00

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.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1990 item #561096
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$1,600.00

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.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1950 item #797706
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$1,600.00

This original watercolor painting on water color paper measures 15 by 22 inches.

It dates circa 1940-1960 from a regional school of watercolor painting found in, but not limited to California.

It is in excellent condition and ready to be matted and framed.

This is an original watercolor painting and NOT a glycee, print or copy of any kind.

This painting was part of a collection of original California watercolors that was in storage for decades. Most are signed, but many of the unsigned works are of comparable styles, period and quality to the signed ones.

A portion of the collection is represented by signed watercolors by Robert Landry. A few others, unsigned or with different names appear to have been painted by his students.

Check our other listings for additional offerings of similar signed and unsigned period watercolor paintings. We will be adding more as time permits.

(NOTE) We will be keeping many of both the signed and unsigned paintings from this collection for ourselves. In a weak economy, with a falling dollar, they are great investments that can be hung on a wall and enjoyed, feeding both one's soul and pocketbook at the same time.

Biographical information: Robert Landry (1921-1991) ... Born: Washington, D.C.

Studied: Abbott Art School, Art Instruction, Inc. Member: San Diego Watercolor Society, Watercolor West.

Robert Landry attended high school on the East Coast then went into the military service during World War 11. After the war, he studied art in Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis on the G.I. Bill.

He became a commercial illustrator for the United States Air Force Graphic Arts Division at the Pentagon, and art director for the Federal Aviation Agency and Convair Astronautics.

After the late 1940s, Landry began a serious painting career and started exhibiting fine art watercolors. His paintings often depicted regional subjects with buildings, boats or coastline structures. Creating a mood was important to him and gives his works a narrative quality.

Robert Landry's watercolors were primarily sold through art galleries in San Diego and Dallas. He also taught at watercolor workshops near his home in San Diego and in traveling workshops held in Oregon, Arizona and Hawaii.

He is listed in numerous artist's biographical publications. His works have also sold at various auction houses over the years including John Moran Auctions in Pasadena, California.

He is also listed on Askart.com, along with other art websites.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 2000 item #175818 (stock #scr1012)
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$1,695.00

This original Chinese watercolor painting measures 25 by 53 inches (watercolor only) and about 30 by 72 inches, including the brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has the seal and signature of the artist, along with one collector's seal.

The subject is two Chinese horses grazing in a brightly colored landscape.

It is in excellent condition and has very fine and subtle details. This is an outstanding example of how some Contemporary Chinese Art is influenced by Western Art as much as traditional Chinese styles.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 2000 item #768499
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Price on Request

This original contemporary Chinese watercolor painting measures 25 1/2 by 25 1/2 inches (painting only) and about 29 by 65 inches, including the brocaded scroll it is mounted on.

It has the seal and signature of the artist (unknown at this time)in the lower right corner, and one additional collector's seal.

The subject is a single blue kingfisher flying among a background of blue leaves and pale green delicate flowers.

It is in excellent condition and has very fine and subtle details.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1950 item #796719
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$1,695.00

This original watercolor painting on water color paper measures 15 by 22 inches.

It dates circa 1940-1950.

It belongs to a regional school of watercolor painting loosely known as California Impressionism. A more accurate description might be "California Moderne".

It is in excellent condition and ready to be matted and framed.

This is an original watercolor painting and NOT a giclee or print of any kind.

This is one painting that was acquired as part of a collection of authentic California watercolors originally purchased from the estate of a student of Robert Landry.

Robert Landry is a well known, listed and published painter from the middle 20th century.

Biographical information: Robert Landry (1921-1991) ... Born: Washington, D.C.

Studied: Abbott Art School, Art Instruction, Inc. Member: San Diego Watercolor Society, Watercolor West.

Robert Landry attended high school on the East Coast then went into the military service during World War 11. After the war, he studied art in Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis on the G.I. Bill.

He became a commercial illustrator for the United States Air Force Graphic Arts Division at the Pentagon, and art director for the Federal Aviation Agency and Convair Astronautics.

After the late 1940s, Landry began a serious painting career and started exhibiting fine art watercolors. His paintings often depicted regional subjects with buildings, boats or coastline structures. Creating a mood was important to him and gives his works a narrative quality.

Robert Landry's watercolors were primarily sold through art galleries in San Diego and Dallas. He also taught at watercolor workshops near his home in San Diego and in traveling workshops held in Oregon, Arizona and Hawaii.

He is listed in numerous artist's biographical publications. His works have also sold at auctions over the years, such as John Moran Auctions in Pasadena, California.

He is also listed on Askart.com and other art gallery websites, where they have sold and are currently being offered for up to $4000.00 each.

http://www.askart.com/AskART/artists/search/Search_Repeat.aspx?searchtype=ART_FOR_SALE&artist=105026

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1940 item #594259
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$1,800.00

This original watercolor painting on heavy watercolor paper measures approximately 22 by 27 inches, unmatted and unframed.

It is in outstanding condition, period.

It is signed Ellen Carpenter in the lower left corner. This original watercolor was most likely influenced by the work of Marie Laurencin. The similarities are obvious. It is not, however a copy of Laurencin's work, but a reinterpretation, in the same way Picasso "copied" African art in his paintings.

Ellen Carpenter is listed in Davenport's Art Reference and Price Guide and also in Hughes, Artist's in California.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 2000 item #722905 (stock #scr-00200)
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$1,800.00

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.

Additional information about Contemporary Chinese scroll paintings is available in our Newsletter by clicking on Newsletter on our Home page.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1960 item #906174
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$1,800.00

This original painting on water color paper measures 15 by 22 inches.

It dates circa 1940-1960 from a regional school of watercolor painting found in, but not limited to California.

It is in excellent condition and ready to be matted and framed.

This is an original watercolor painting and NOT a glycee or print of any kind.

This is one painting from a collection of original California watercolors, originally purchased from a student of the noted California watercolor artist, Robert Landry.

The collection had been in storage for about 25 years.

The collection included a number of signed originals by Robert Landry and additional, signed works by the student.

There were also a number of unsigned works that can be attributed stylistically to either Robert Landry or his student.

Check our other listings for additional offerings of similar signed and unsigned period watercolor paintings from this collection.

(NOTE) We will be keeping some of both the signed and unsigned paintings from this collection for ourselves. In a weak economy, with a falling dollar, they are great investments that can be hung on a wall and enjoyed, feeding both one's soul and pocketbook at the same time.

Biographical information: Robert Landry (1921-1991) ... Born: Washington, D.C. Studied: Abbott Art School, Art Instruction, Inc. Member: San Diego Watercolor Society, Watercolor West.

Robert Landry attended high school on the East Coast then went into the military service during World War 11.

After the war, he studied art in Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis on the G.I. Bill and became a commercial illustrator for the United States Air Force Graphic Arts Division at the Pentagon, and art director for the Federal Aviation Agency and Convair Astronautics.

After the late 1940s, Landry began a serious painting career and started exhibiting fine art watercolors. His paintings often depicted regional subjects with buildings, boats or coastline structures.

Creating a mood was important to him and gives his works a narrative quality.

His watercolors were primarily sold through art galleries in San Diego and Dallas. He also taught at watercolor workshops near his home in San Diego and in traveling workshops held in Oregon, Arizona and Hawaii.

He is listed in numerous artists’ biographical publications. His works have also sold at various auction houses over the years including John Moran Auctions in Pasadena, California.

He is also listed on Askart.com and other art websites.