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Noon Day, Grand Canal
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1921, lower left and titled on the stretcher
Painting Size: 24” x 36”
Fram ...click for details
A Close Shave
Oil on panel, signed and dated: “1869”.
Provenance: from the Estate of Presly D. Bowen, Gibson Island, MD
Painting s ...click for details
Arthur Trevor Haddon (English, 1864-1941)
Oil on canvas, signed and retaining a paper label on reverse.
An artist of landscapes, portraits and country genre scenes, Hadden captured people and scenes from his travels in b ...click for details
Jean Baptiste Clésinger (French, 1814-1883)
Bronze figure of the Greek poet Sappho (c. 630 BC) holding her lyre, signed and titled and with “Bronzes Artistiques de Paris” founder’s seal.
Known to his friends as Auguste, Clésinger was trained in sculp ...click for details
Tom Nicholas (American, b. 1934)
Watercolor on paper, signed.
Nicholas was born in Middletown, CT September 26, 1934.
He studied with Ernst Lohrmann in Meriden, CT (1949-1953) before attending The School of Visual Arts, NYC on scholarship ...click for details
Jan Kurzke aka Hans Robert Kurzke
Watercolor on paper, signed lower right.
Reknown during his lifetime as a Marxist militant and paint ...click for details
S. Jerome Uhl, Sr. (American, 1842-1916)
Oil on panel, signed and dated: “(18)92”.
Provenance: from the Estate of Virgil McMahan.
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Rene Clarot (Belgian, 1882-1972)
Oil on canvas, signed: “Clarot R” and dated: “1907”.
A post-impressionist painter of marines and landscapes, Clarot worked in oils, watercolors and pastels. He was a student at the Academy of Brus ...click for details
Constant Eechault (Belgian, 19th Century)
Oil on panel, signed and dated 1870.
Painting size: 25.75” x 35.75”
Frame size: 32.5” x 42.5 ...click for details
William Joseph J.C. Bond
Oil-on-canvas, signed and dated: "1889", and titled, signed and dated on the reverse.
A landscape and marine painter who worked well into the 20th century, Bond is still primarily ...click for details
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