Original acrylic painting on canvas of the Manhattan skyline by Tom Christopher. Signed on verso from his Brill Building project series Times Square 2014. Measuring 30 x 48 x 2 inches.
Tom Christopher (born 1952 is an American artist known for his expressionist urban paintings, mostly of New York City. Christopher began as a commercial artist, and has become a notable artist with worldwide galleries and exhibitions.
Christopher is known for his New York City urban paintings...
Featuring a stunning vintage wood block print entitled Winter Morning by James Dexter Havens(1900-1960). Havens is one of the best known graphic artists of America and won national recognition. He had an infinite capacity for taking pains which is a well known definition of genius. His keen artistic sense, his love of nature and the whimsical humor which is one of his distinguishing characteristics, brought him well deserved success...
Frederick J. Wilder (American, 1893-1977) - Autumn, Woodstock, Vermont. Oil on linen. Size: 16 inches X 20 inches. Frederick Wilder was born in Woodstock, Vermont, the son of the innkeeper and artist, Arthur B. Wilder, who was the long-time manager of the old Woodstock Inn. Frederick graduated from Harvard College and its graduate architectural school. He is known for his watercolor and oil landscapes, both around the Woodstock area and along the coast of Maine...
August H. O. Rolle
Rock Creek Park
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left.
Painting: 16” x 20”
Frame: 23” x 26 ½”
August Herman Olson Rolle, painter, printmaker and graphic artist, dabbled in many activities before turning his focus to art. Born in Sibley County, MN, in 1875, his first path toward adulthood led him to Red Wing Seminary...
A fantastic original photograph of the northeast Milwaukee skyline taken in 1988 by well regarded professional photographer Reuben Levisohn, framed in silver metal. Excellent condition though not examined outside of the frame.
The matting is titled, signed, and annotated in an edition of 3.
Dimension: 14 1/4" x 11 1/4"
Clowns are a subject which French artist Georges Rouault (1871-1958) visited often, as in the case of wood cut print we offer, which was created in 1932. The print is signed in the block. Condition is visually excellent but not viewed outside of the frame.
Dimension: 20" x 16" approx. framed.
A fine ink on canvas (not giclee) reproduction of Pablo Picasso's Child and Dove originally created in 1901. Although the art is signed Collection Domaine Picasso and 151/500, the discerning collector will discount this information appropriately. On the other hand, this reproduction was produced c. 1980, making it an early and still desirable replica of Picasso's great work...
An unusual family grouping of three miniature portraits on organic wafers. All pieces, clearly done by the same hand (as yet unidentified), have a wonderful "feel" to them and are cleanly executed. The reverend in his black non-liturgical clothing, his wife in her black dress with white lace and cap, and their beautiful daughter, posed beside a tree and attired in a high-waisted gown with a blue ribbon and wearing a tortoiseshell comb in her hair, are set against a blue sky background...
This unusual print was created with a new printing process invented by George Baxter to emulate oil paintings. The print is in very good to excellent condition though not examined outside the frame...
A genre scene in watercolor on paper depicting a boy or young man cutting an apple with his dog while resting under a tree. The condition is very good to excellent with only one very small pin head size loss of paint. The colors are vibrant, possibly with its original frame. This painting dates circa 1810 and is a rare treasure of early Americana, having a Currier and Ives innocence. The painting is unsigned as would be expected for work of this period and style.
Dimension: 15 1/2" x 11 1/2"
An exceptional chromolithograph, The Banners (Flags) of Allied Cities, published in 1876 in Bern Switzerland to commemorate the 400 anniversary of the Swiss victory over the Bergundians at the Battle of Murten on June 22, 1476. The lithographs were published as an album of 30 in recognition of the Swiss victory. This print is a fine chromolithograph, vibrant after over 140 years and finely matted and framed, ready to hang. A little shy of 27" x 21" framed...
Ten of Staves chromolithograph by Salvador Dali from the Lyle Stuart Tarot Cards series produced in the late 1970s. The print is signed in pencil on the bottom margin and numbered in a set of 250. The print is in a black suitable for hanging frame, but we suspect that the new owner will wish to reframe. Authenticity guaranteed.
Dimension: 37 1/2" x 26"
An original photograph of a glorious orange morning glory in full color on photographic stock paper by artist Paul Richards, accomplished in multiple media including photography and oil on canvas. The photograph is framed in black metal with clear glass encasing the image. The condition of the photograph is excellent, but the frame requires minor touch-up.
Dimension: 21" x 17" framed; 15" x 10" image
La Promenade du Matin is one of a pair of engravings appearing in Fragonard, Moreau le Jeune, and French engravers, etchers, and illustrators of the later XVIII century, a book published in 1913 documenting the best French engravers of the second half of the 18th century. The other print is entitled La Promenade du Soir, both based upon works by Sigmund Freudenberger (1745-1801), 18th century French artist who worked in Paris...
A charming poster for an artist showing by French primitive painter Jean Lagru for the dates November 6-30, 1979. While art show posters are not all that rare, this one was issued in a limited edition of 100 as annotated on the poster in pencil lower left. The main image was signed in the plate by the artist. The poster and frame are in excellent condition, but the print has not been examined outside the frame.
Dimension: 35 1/8" x 27 1/8" (framed)
Galerie Charpentier Exhibition Poster for 1957 entitled Cent Chefs-d'Oeuvre de l'Art Francais, featuring the Manet painting Henry Bernstein enfant painted in 1881. Poster is very good condition with slight age discoloration around the edges. It includes a thin black utility frame which we have not photographed and only crudely cropped out of the image...
Utagawa Hiroshige, Japanese, 1797-1858
Fuchû: The Abe River (Fuchû, Abekawa), from the series Fifty-three Stations of the Tôkaidô Road
A woman in a kago crossing the Abe River; a range of mountains in the background.
Excellent, crisp condition. Framed, unexamined outside of the frame.
Dimension: 18 1/2" x 15 1/2" framed
Cardere Datura by Eugene Alain Seguy ( 1889 - 1985 ) French entomologist and trend setting designer of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco eras who produced 11 volumes from the turn of the century to the 1930s which were highly influential with leading interior decorators and designers of fabrics and wall hangings. These hand colored images are works of art in their own right.
This specimen is plate 49 of an unidentified volume; appears to be in excellent condition and is generously matted and frame...