Antique Portrait Miniatures From Piccolo Fine Art
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All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Pre 1910 item #1194247 (stock #00856)
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$1750.00
The Artist Signing “Renk” (British, c. 1910) Oil on canvas. A wonderful, querky, portrait of a brown trout, most probably caught and mounted as a trophy. Signed and inscribed to obverse, “Renk. /30th May 1910/4 lb 2 oz.”. Original oak frame. Rectangular, 40 cms. X 65 cms...
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : Pre 1960 item #1176878 (stock #00819)
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$875.00
America School, c. 1950 Oil on masonite board. “Jockey For Position”. Painting of yachting race, being monitored by steam ships, airplanes, and a hot air balloon over head. Signed indistinctly to obverse. Rectangular, 69 cms. X 59 cms. (27 inches X 23 inches)...
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Europe : Pre 1980 item #1141785 (stock #00782)
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James Le Jeune, RHA (1910 - 1983). Oil on canvas. Portrait of a brother and sister, seated, the girl holding a doll. Signed to obverse. Rectangular, 81 cms. X 62 cms. (32 inches X 24.4 Inches). Very charming portrait by this "painters painter" in original condition. James George Le Jeune was born in Canada in 1910 but grew up in Brittany and England...
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Europe : British : Pre 1940 item #1033061 (stock #00620)
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$2300.00
Mabel Spurrier (British, c. 1930) Oil on canvas. This quintessential depression-era painting depicts three young children sitting on the stoop in front of their house, painting in an art book. Behind, the wash hangs on the line. Signed to obverse, "M G Spurrier". Rectangular, 58 cms. X 48 cms. (22 3/4 inches X 18 3/4 Inches). Extremely charming subject and in very good condition. Mabel Spurrier flourished in the United Kingdom between 1920 - 1930, when she exhibited at the Royal Academy...
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 1900 item #954684 (stock #00557)
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$1550.00
American primitive school. Oil on canvas. An amazing historic document in the form of a portrait of an African-American share-cropper. The 19th Century portrait, which is in very good condition, was quite incredibly found in a barn in Maine. The portrait depicts a woman, standing by a cabin, in a vividly painted landscape, reminescent of Western North Carolina, with crops, a cabin, mountains, and a sunset beyond. Simple, modern cherry frame. 63 cms...