Small European Watercolor 1910. The painting measures 6 1/4" by 4 3/4". The frame measures 13" by 11 3/4".Signature Lower right corner.Some chipping to the gesso on the upper left corner of the inner frame. Watercolor.
The print is a limited edition, signed & numbered, serigraph / silk screen printed on thick paper 1985.
The frame measures 30 1/2" tall and 25 1/4" wide.
The image is titled : "Salon international de l'aéronautique et de l'espace de Paris-Le Bourget...
William Henry Chandler (1854 – February 26, 1928) was an American pastel artist. His works include landscapes, winter landscapes, marine and seascapes, still life fruit and fowl.
This frame measures 15" tall by 27" wide.
The painting measures 11" tall BY 23" wide.
Some puckering to the board it was painted on.
Included with the art is the original gallery promo and a Hollywood Life magazine Sept 2003 featuring an article on Kilmer's art. 3D mixed media work measuring 14 1/2" wide by 12 1/2" inches wide.Titled: Devils night : original price $2000.00.
Wonderland star Val Kilmer and set photographer Ali Alborzi turned the making of a movie about porn star John Holmes into a series of striking collages.
This actually is a real Hollywood treasure.
Genre: Exhibition & Festival
Genre 2: Theatre & Opera
Artist: Al Hirschfeld
Year Printed: 1989
Size: 24" x 31" unframed
Country of Poster: US
Printer: Champagne Fine Printing & Litho
Restoration Detail: Unrestored
Condition: Framed under glass ( some cracks in glass)
Grade: Very Fine
Condition Detail: Clean shape
Additional Information: There's No Business Like Show Business, 11th Annual Houston International Film Festival April 21-3...
Pearl May Hardy Ransom (1883-1968) a listed artist.
She was born in South Dakota in August 20, 1883 and arrived in Northern California in 1899.
While she was there she painted landscapes of the Redwoods.
She died in Alamitos California on April 24, 1968.
Toulouse-Lautrec Stone lithograph 1950 from the poster of Toulouse -Lautrec.
This limited edition book was produced in conjunction with a retrospective exhibition at Lautrec’s work at the Albi museum in France.
"Northern Vermont" - by Gianni Cilfone (Italian/American, 1908-1992), oil on canvas. Circa 1944. Canvas size: 22 in. x 25 in. Offered in the original frame, with paper exhibition label affixed to stretcher - 'Bethel Inn Exhibition 1944.' Titled: Northern Vermont. Original condition with some craquelure. Gianni Cilfone was brought to the U.S.A. by his parents when he was only five. He later attended the Art Institute of Chicago and also studied under noted painters Hugh Breckenridge and John F...
A Mary Azarian hand signed colored wood block print of a Cottage and Herb Garden. Dated 1992. Sheet size: 15.25 inches. x 11 inches. Signed in lower right 'MA92.' Mary Azarian is a famous Vermont printmaker and illustrator of children's books. Best known for her wood-cut prints, she was awarded the 1999 Caldecott Medal for her illustration of the picture book, "Snowflake Bentley."
The Garden - by Mary Azarian. An unsigned early wood block print by this famous Vermont printmaker and illustrator. Circa 1970s. Size: 24 in. x 14 in. Offered in a hand-made wood frame. The text most appropriately reads: "When The World Wearies And Ceases To Satisfy, There Is Always The Garden."
19th century landscape painting of horses pulling a cart of logs across a ford in a river, with a dog and cows looking on. Oil on canvas. Unsigned. Circa 1870s. Size: 22 in. x 34 in. Offered in the original gold leaf wood frame with Boston, MA framer's label. Some old repairs and restoration.
Stokesay Castle by John Taylor Arms (American, 1887-1953), original etching on wove paper, pencil signed in lower margin, edition of 365. From his English Series #9; ref. Fletcher 369; miniature series #30. Dated 1942. Plate size: 2 1/4 in. x 2 15/16/in. Excellent condition and offered in the original gilded frame, with original description affixed to the reverse of frame. John Taylor Arms was born in Washington, D.C...
Oil on wood panel, this portrait of a young man dressed in vest and coat measures 9 1/8" x 7" (sight size) and the frame is 11 3/4" x 10 1/8".
Well painted, there is a crazed and bubbled varnish surface, with some crazing in the paint visible on the vest. The bird's eye maple frame has a thin gold liner, with minor damage and some gilt loss. The wood panel is beveled on all four sides...
The quality of this bronze neoclassical figure is exceptional, with fine detail, deep rich patina, and fire gilding accents.
It measures 12 1/2" high, on a base measuring 6 3/4" x 3 3/8". The base is open on the bottom and shows screws that hold the sculpture in place.
Probably had a marble base at some time.
Signed on the corner, "Moreau", one of the famed French bronze sculptors of the 19th century...
Early portrait of a gentleman in dark coat with white shirt and ascot, mid to early 19th century.
With frame it measures 15" x 12", and the stretcher measures 13 3/8" x 10 3/8". Stretcher appears old, but may not be original.
Frame is not period, but has good age, gold leaf over wood.
The canvas is stable and shows craquelure over the entire surface, visible in close up photos.
Unsigned, which is usually the case, and there is no information as to the identity of the sitter...
Woodblock print on tan paper, measuring 12" x 9", woodblock size 8 3/8" x 5 1/4", mat size 13 1/2 x 11".
White mats with glassine over image, print affixed with small piece of tape.
Signed in lower left, titled "Vorticist Wood Cut" and signed Proof in lower right.
Dramatic image, cubist view of industrial cityscape, all in good condition, no fading or wear to print...
Woodblock print by Earl M. Washington, after a print by Eric Gill, the noted British artist and printmaker (1882-1940).
Print paper size 5 3/8" x 8 7/8", woodblock size 3 1/4" x 5", mat 13 1/2" x 11".
Matted in white boards with glassine over image, print tipped in with small piece of tape.
Paper is cream colored, with strong black impression.
Signed by Washington, 1 of 15 images, and attributed to E...
This sculpture of an African American man is beautifully sculpted, in a style reminiscent of early 20th century artists who were inspired by the stylized forms of African traditional art.
Good size, it measures 10 1/2" high, and the base is 6 3/4" in diameter, and is a heavy wood, possibly maple or walnut.
There is a very dark finish, some of which has been cleaned off, and in areas where it was handled, there is wear to the finish.
In good condition, some loss to the base around the neck are...