This original, Surrealist,terra cotta sculpture measures about 20 inches long by 7 1/2 inches tall by 5 inches deep.
It dates circa 1950-1965.
It is unsigned.
It is in excellent condition and guaranteed not to be a casting or reproduction, but an original hand formed clay sculpture by an artist of the period.
A 1981 signed litho by Henry Moore shows a somewhat similar design(see thumbnail photo).
Fully insured delivery is included within the United States. Foreign shipping will have a slight surcharge.
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.
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.
This original, unsigned watercolor painting measures 15 by 22 inches.
It dates circa 1950.
It is painted on heavy stamp watermarked French watercolor paper (see enlarged photo of a similar page stamp).
It is in excellent condition, unsigned and unframed.
This original watercolor painting (it is NOT a copy or print of any kind) is in the style of the early 20th Century painters such as Rex Brandt or Herbert Vincent Olsen. It may have been done by a student or follower of Brandt or Olsen. Both were prolific art teachers and, as such, influenced many new artists at the time.
This is one painting from a small collection of early 20th century watercolor paintings, from the estate of a student of the listed artist, Robert Landry. We do not know the specific artist who painted this original watercolor..
Check our other listings for additional offerings of similar period watercolor paintings.
This original oil painting on artist's canvas panel measures 11 x 14 inches and is framed 13 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches.
It is signed J. Guzman in the lower left corner.
Juan "Pepe" Guzman is a contemporary California artist.
His strong use of color and light is influenced by both his Chilean background and his California roots.
His paintings are a mix of Impressionism, Expressionism, Fauve colors and a dash of California Plein Air.
It is in OUTSTANDING CONDITION, period.
All of my paintings by Juan Guzman were purchased directly by me from the artist himself and are guaranteed authentic unconditionally. Category: Fine Art:Paintings:Oil:N. America:American
This original watercolor painting measures 18 by 26 inches, including the mat and frame (under glass) that it is set in.
The subject is a young man resembling Ringo Starr of the Beatles rock group, wearing a robe and sash with stylized angel wings.
It is in excellent condition.
It is signed: g.gill 1964, middle to lower right.
It appears to be part of the "Christ Today " series of paintings by the artist Gene Gill in 1964. See photo enlargement #6.
Gene Gill was an established artist in the Los Angeles area. Born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1933, he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Chouinard Art Institute (California Institute of the Arts) and has exhibited widely in the Los Angeles area since 1970.
He spent most of his career as both an artist and an art teacher. In 1975 Reseda High became the first school in the LA City School District to offer Advanced Placement, Studio Art with Gene Gill as the teacher. He started teaching Art at Reseda in 1968 after spending five years teaching art at Gardena High School. He would remain at Reseda until his retirement in 1988. At Reseda, Gill developed his own art program where "select" senior art students were able to work more independently and use materials not available to an entire class. When the "Gifted" adviser at Reseda came to him in 1974, about the possibility of offering a new Advanced Placement class in art, he immediately put the program into the art curriculum.
His work has ranged from paintings to mixed media and three dimensional architectural renderings or models. He is listed in Davenports Art Reference and Price Guide, Who Was Who in American Art. He is also listed on the Askart.com and Artprice.com websites. http://www.askart.com/askart/artist.aspx?artist=11000091 His paintings and graphics are included in the permanent collections of The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Palm Springs Desert Museum, and the Container Corporation of America, Atlantic Richfield Corporation, the Northrop Corporation, Home Savings, and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
This original watercolor painting measures 15 by 22 inches.
It dates circa 1940-1950. It is unsigned.
It is painted on heavy watercolor paper.
It is in excellent condition, unmatted and unframed. The paper has a French watermark embossed in one corner.
It is not a giclee, print or copy of any kind.
It was purchased as part of a collection of original watercolor paintings amassed by a student of the well known, published and listed American artist, Robert Landry. Her name was Nancy Louise Hickman and she died in the 1980's.
These watercolor were kept in deep storage so that there has been very little light on them for decades. Many of them are as crisp, bright and clean as the day they were painted : 50 to 60+ years ago. ___________________________________________
This bronze figure of a seated shogun or emperor measures 14 inches tall by 12 inches wide by approximately 8 inches in depth.
It is in excellent condition, although it appears to have been mounted to a base at one time (with two drill holes in a bronze cross brace on the interior).
It appears to date to the late Meiji Period (circa 1900), but it may be slightly later (1920-30)..
The copper and silver lid is covered with repeating patterns, auspicious symbols and tiny cabachons in turquoise and coral.
The lid is topped by a large (24mm) turquoise bead giving the appearance of a small globe of the earth. In addition, it has four silver shield shapes with large inset carved jades that may represent the four directions (North, South, East, West).
It dates from the late 19th to early 20th century in Tibet or Nepal.
It is in excellent condition with a nice even patinas on the both the copper and silver areas.
This original oil painting on stretched canvas measures 16 by 20 1/2 inches( unframed ) and 23 by 27 1/2 inches (framed).
It is in excellent condition, except for some scuffing on the frame.
It is unsigned and has a stamp on the reverse of the canvas (see photos).
This original painting on thin stretched linen on canvas measures 7 by 11 inches, including the bamboo style wooden frame it sits in.
The subject is a young Chinese girl in a colorful robe holding a fan made of peacock feathers.
This painting is in "As Found" condition which means it needs some level of restoration. The painting shows a heavy level of crackle (similar to that found on old Chinese ceramics. It also has a 3 to 4 inch split along the right side. There are a few other other small problems in this painting. It will require some restoration, but will be worth it. This little gem will be a classic after restoration. However,it is being sold AS-IS, due to it's current condition.
It is unsigned but there are Chinese characters on the reverse stretcher, which may be the equivalent of a signature.
This old Sino Tibetan bronze seated figure riding a Chinese Lion measures 6 1/2 inches wide by 6 1/4 inches tall by 3 1/4 inches in depth.
The seated figure appears to be a Hotai or Budai wearing a crown and holding a mongoose in one hand and making the Karana symbol in the other.
It dates from the late 19th through early 20th Century.
It is in excellent condition, except that it has no bottom seal ( covering on the base). This may be another case of a bronze figure's base being opened while searching for hidden jewels. It also has two small areas of green verdigris: one on the lions mouth and the other near the left foot of the figure. There is additional verdigris evident up inside the base, leading to the conclusion that the bottom has been exposed for some time.
Currently Being Researched
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 blue & white ceramic bottle or jar measures 9 inches tall by 3 1/4 inches in diameter.
It is hand painted with scenes in cobalt blue on a white ground.
It is in excellent condition with a few natural fissures and irregularities to the glaze (see close up photos).
We estimate it to date circa 1700-1900.
This original oil painting measures 11 by 14 1/4 inches (16 3/4 by 19 1/2 inches, including gilded frame). It is painted on an old Windsor Newton artist's canvas panel and set in a period style gilded frame.
It is in excellent condition.
It is signed Clif Sawyer, lower left.
Clifton Howard Sawyer was a California artist ( 1896-1966) who lived in Altadena, California. He is listed in numerous artist's biographical references such as Hughes' Artist's in California 1786-1940: Volume 2 and Davenport's Art References.
His works have sold at Butterfields and John Moran Auctions, among others.
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.
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 pair of charming 18th-19th century copper censors are in the form of small archaic wine jars. They have some verdigris on them but they are in excellent condition.
They measure 5 1/4 inches tall by about 4 1/2 inches wide.
The tripod feet are comprised of foo dogs or temple lions with elongated tongues. They have been used as candle holders at some time and retain a small amount of wax on the interior.
There are no marks on these censors. Circa 1780-1840's.