This original contemporary Chinese ink and watercolor painting measures 14 by 54 inches (painting only) and 18 by 72 inches, including the silk brocaded scroll it is mounted on.
It has two seals and the signature of the artist along the upper edge. It also has three additional collector's seals (lower left and right corners).
It is in excellent condition.
This is one of the illustrations used in our as yet unpublished book on Totemic Jade carvings.
Additional information about Contemporary Chinese scroll paintings is available in our Newsletter which can be reached on our Home Page.
This original oil painting on stretched canvas measures 25 by 30 inches not including the gilded frame it sits in.
It is in outstanding condition!
It is signed, C.C. Hamilton 1937 in the lower left corner.
The subject is a mountain lake beneath a snow capped mountain.
This Japanese Carved Wooden Mask measures 10 inches tall by 7 3/4 inches wide (ear to ear) by 4 inches in depth. It is also about 1 1/2 inches in thickness at center narrowing down to about 3/4 inch thick at edges.
It is carved from a tightly grained wood similar to those found in 19th century Japanese furniture.
It has a nice patina and retains traces of original pale maroon color in some areas.
It is in excellent condition and has wonderful parallel grooves over entire interior: most likely carving marks, but very finely detailed. They do not show up well in photos.
This original bronze figure of a seated and robed official holding a jui (symbol of power) measures 8 1/2 inches tall by 5 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches.
It is covered overall with a very subtle and dark patina. It has a softness of detail that only comes from hundreds of years of handling. It also has a few cracks and slight losses to it's surface that do not detract from it's overall appearance.
It dates to a period ranging from the 15th through the 17th centuries in China.
The buyer will not be disappointed, as it is nicer than the photos would indicate. This bronze figure is guaranteed to be an original ( of the period. It is NOT a copy or reproduction of any kind.
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 watercolor on heavy watercolor paper measures 15 by 22 inches, unframed and unmounted.
It is signed, Ruth Ann Younglove in the lower right corner (see photo).
Most of her paintings, done with transparent watercolors, depict Southern California landscapes. She was a school teacher for many years and also did work as a print maker. This information is based on an interview with her in 1983 – The Watercolor Style - McClelland 1985.
It is in excellent condition, with remnants of an old mounting on the reverse.
Many old watercolors were mounted in non archival mats or backings and must be changed to protect them from eventual staining or foxing. This watercolor is in excellent condition, but was removed from an old non archival mount before any staining could occur on the watercolor itself. ______________________________________________________________________
Artist Biography: Ruth Ann Younglove (1909-2002)
Born in Chicago, Illinois, she became a resident of Pasadena, California where she lived and worked for many years. She studied at UCLA and took private lessons from Marion Wachtel and Orrin White. She also studied with Bessie Ella Hazen, Helen Chandler, and Belle Whitice. She was the wife of B. R. Loxley and a resident of Pasadena until her death on Jan. 17, 2002.
1. Davenport's Art Reference and Price Guide -The Gold Edition 2005
2. The Artists Bluebook: 34000 North American Artists to March 2005
3. Hughes’ Artists in California 1786-1940
4. Who Was Who In American Art (1564-1975) (3 vol.) (Falk) (1999) Also in earlier WWAA editions (1993, 1986)
5. Encyclopedia of Women Artists of the American West (Kovinick)
6. California Watercolors (1850-1970) (McClelland and Last)
7. The California Style California Watercolor artists 1925-1955 (McClelland)
Member: California Watercolor Society, Pasadena Society of Artists, LAAA, Laguna Beach Art Association
Exhibitions: LA Co. Fairs, 1936-41 (awards). WWAA 1936-62; California Art &Artists; Invw; KOV. RT:
Ruth Ann Younglove is also listed on Askart.com (an art auction and research website): (http://www.askart.com/askart/y/ruth_ann_younglove/ruth_ann_younglove.aspx)
This glazed ceramic seated Buddha measures 7 inches tall by 6 1/2 inches wide by about 5 inches in depth.
It consists of a blue glaze over buff ceramic. The glaze is a deep sky blue ranging to shades of turquoise and pooling to black in the crevices. The bottom has a very fine mesh pattern embedded in it that resembles linen. There are no marks of any kind on it.
This seated figure dates to the Kangxi period of the Ching Dynasty (1644-1911) or possibly earlier.
It is in excellent condition, period.
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 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 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
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This original oil painting on masonite board measures 20 x 24 inches (painting only ) and it is framed in a carved and gilded frame that measures 28 x 32 inches.
It dates circa 1930-40 and is signed M. Magnusson in the lower right hand corner. It also has the remnants of one old label ( circa 1930 ) and another old paper label with the title and artist's full name.
It is in outstanding condition, period!
This hand painted ceramic vase measures about 10 inches (24.5 cm)tall by 5 inches (13 cm) in diameter at it's widest point.
It dates circa 1870-1900 (during the late Meiji Period) in Japan.
It is in excellent condition with virtually all of the high relief gilding intact.
This original contemporary Chinese ink and watercolor painting measures about 18 by 27 inches (painting only) and 22 by 72 inches, including the silk brocaded scroll it is mounted on.
It has one seal and the signature of the artist along the upper right hand edge (see close up photo).
The subjects of the painting are two rabbits playing with a half eaten carrot underneath hanging wisteria
It is in excellent condition. NOTE: There is an old, small one inch diameter paper repair to the border underneath the painting. It is not on the painting and only shows up when hit with a strong light from the back. It is virtually invisible under normal light. It does not show up when photographed with a flash. We tried - twice!
This original ink and watercolor painting dates to the late 20th century in China.
This hand painted, original ink and watercolor painting measures 23 by 75 inches, including the silk brocaded scroll it is mounted in.
It is in excellent condition, except for a slight loss to the paper along the upper edge before remounting.
It is signed by the artist Zhou Zongbai (1930- ?) in the upper right corner along with his seal. There are three additional seals (most likely collector's seals.)
Although attributed as Chinese, this scroll has many similarities to Meiji period Japanese Art, as well.
This Japanese ceramic figure of Kannon measures 17 inches tall and about 6 inches in diameter at its widest point.
It has four incised marks on it's base, two Kutani marks and two potters mark (see closeup photo).
It dates to the Meiji Period in Japan. Kwannon is also known as Kannon or Kwan Yin and Guanyin in China.
It is in outstanding condition with no flaws, cracks, chips or losses.
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 antique bronze head of Kandoba or Shiva with a Naga canopy dates from 18th century India (Rajastan).
This may also be known as a Muhkalinga.
It measures approximately 10 inches (24 cm) tall and 5 inches (12 cm) in diameter.
This is a very substantial old bronze in both weight and appearance and it is in excellent condition.
This Japanese Satsuma pitcher or condiment jar measures about 6 inches tall by 4 inches in diameter at it's widest point.
It dates from the late 19th century-early 20th Century( Meiji Period) (circa 1880-1915).
It is in excellent condition with some minor losses to the gilding on the handle.
It is covered overall with a finely detailed series of patterns, which include a bird and dragon motif with fans.
Based on it's rounded and smoothed edges, it appears that this small vessel never originally had a permanent top or stopper.
It is unmarked as to maker or country of origin . This one fact helps to date it pre 1895 when US import export laws were established. After that date it would have had to have been marked as to country of origin.