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 mid 20th Century California School oil painting on artist's canvas panel board measures 22 by 28 inches.
It is in excellent condition and UNFRAMED.
It is signed J.Hansen in the lower right.
This original oil painting on artist's panel board measures 11 x 14 inches and sits in a carved wood and gesso period frame measuring 17 x 20 inches.
It is signed Ricardo in the lower right corner.
It is in excellent condition.
This seated bronze Buddha in Sukhothai style most likely dates from the 16th to 18th century in Thailand. It may actually be earlier. but we prefer to be conservative in estimations .
It measures 16 inches tall by about 11 inches wide by 7 inches in depth.
It is in very good condition with areas of green patination and overall oxidation in various shades of pale to rusty brown. It has a few areas of casting loss, particularly on one end of the base (see the photo close ups). It also has a few areas where the bronze has either thinned out or pitted (again, primarily on the reverse of the base,)
The history of Thai sculpture dates from sometime during the thirteenth century, when a distinct national school emerged and broke away from Cambodian and Mon influences in terms of the stylistic development of Buddha images. Specific schools and sub-styles are defined on the basis of relatively slight variations in the prescribed dress, the treatment of the hair and so on.
This Buddha is seated on an undecorated pedestal in the cross-legged yogic posture of satvaparyankasana, the right leg placed over the left. His right hand is lowered, long fingers pointing downward in the earth touching gesture. The latter symbolizes Shakyamuni's triumph over the forces of the demon Mara, who attempted to distract him from his quest for enlightenment, a ubiquitous theme in Thai Buddhist art. The Buddha's monastic robe is worn leaving his right shoulder bare, and a long thin section of cloth representing his narrowly folded shawl falls downs from his left shoulder to below his navel terminating in two points.
Original 1940-50s Watercolor: New England Village Landscape
This original watercolor painting measures 15 by 22 inches.
It dates circa 1940-1950.
It is from a regional style of painting found in, but not limited to California .
It is painted on heavy watercolor paper, in excellent condition, unsigned and unframed.
This original painting (it is NOT a giclee or print of any kind) is in the style of the early-mid 20th Century painters such as Robert Landry, Rex Brandt or Herbert Vincent Olsen.
This is one painting from a collection of California watercolor paintings that were originally purchased from the estate of a student of the well known and listed California artist, Robert Landry.
This painting is unsigned and we will leave it at that. Further research may very well allow for it to be more specifically described at a later date.
Robert Landry's work may be seen on askart .com, where auction records are available and examples of his signed work are offered for between $2000.00-$4000.00.
NOTE-WE ARE NOT OFFERING THIS WORK AS A SIGNED PAINTING OF ROBERT LANDRY. It is unsigned.
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 MISSION OIL PAINTING on old artist's canvas panel board measures 18 by 24 inches, UNFRAMED.
It is approximately 60-70 years old and in very good condition except for one small tear (with no losses) in the canvas.
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 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 antique Chinoiserie wine jar or bottle measures about 9 inches tall by 3 inches in diameter.
It was made in the late 19th century by Rorstrand in Sweden.
It is a classic European interpretation of an Oriental motif, with a robed man holding a tray with serving implements, surrounded by flowering shrubs and plants.
It has TH. WINBORG on it's upper rim. The company TH Winborg was established in Sweden as a seller of vinegar spirits.
It has the Rorstrand mark and additional incised initials (HZ, L and A) on the bottom. The company TH Winborg was established in Sweden as a seller of vinegar spirits.
It is in outstanding condition and much nicer than the photos would indicate.
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This rectangular jade box and cover measures approximately 5 inches by 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches (12cm x 9.4cm x 5.5 cm).
It is covered overall with incised decoration in leaf and flower patterns. The top has a simple lotus pond garden scene within a repeating line patterned maze design.
The box was carved from one piece of pale green celadon colored jade with a prominent natural inclusion along with cloud band patterns.
The bottom of the box appears to have been set in separately, but carved from the same piece of jade..
This box dates from the Qing Dynasty in China (1644-1911).
It is in excellent condition except for a couple of insignificant rim chips along the edge. They are difficult to see or photograph, but they can be felt when running a finger along the edge. They are VERY insignificant nicks.
NOTE: This box has very well patterned inclusions that help to document it's origin from a single large translucent stone.
This original oil painting on stretched canvas measures 22 by 27 inches and sits in an original period frame measuring 27 by 32 inches.
It is signed PETER NIELSEN in the lower left corner.
Peter Nielsen has numerous biographical listings and auction records. A contemporary of William Wendt, Peter Nielsen's works have recently begun to move up in price towards the high prices realized by his peers.
THIS IS AN EXCELLENT CALIFORNIA PLEIN AIR PAINTING AND IT'S AUTHENTICITY IS GUARANTEED.
NOTE: Any white spots on the photos are merely bounce back from the flash. They are not on the painting itself. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND READY TO HANG.
This original old oil painting on heavy canvas measures 25 inches by 30 inches (image only) and 30 x 36 inches framed .
It is unsigned.
It is in excellent condition, with an overall crackle to the surface as should be expected from a painting between 180-220 years old .
Portraits of this type were very expensive at the time, so this would have been a wealthy or important person of the period.
The level of detail in the face is outstanding, so this was very likely painted by an accomplished artist, unlike the numerous folk artist painters who produced the two dimensional portraits so collectible (and expensive) today.
This 18th-19th century Tibetan or Nepalese bronze oil lamp measures approximately 6 inches tall by 6 inches wide (pan tip to dragon tail).
It was designed to be used as a lamp using either Yak butter or oil.
It has a standing dragon for a handle and a pan with Ganesha on a shield. It is a classic design which incorporates motif from the two cultures (India and China) which are major influences on Tibet (situated between the two of them).
It dates from the late 18th through the middle of the 19th century.
It is in excellent condition with a small amount of verdigris in the recessed areas. It does appear to have been cleaned at some time in it's history and appears to be toning down nicely. It also has some wax residue remaining in a few crevices.
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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.
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.
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.