The frame size: 28"x 31" Image size: 19 1/4" x16 1/2". The subject of serigraph title, "Op Sail". It is excellent condition of Serigraph and frame. It is signed and numbered 106/150 by the artist, Phillip Kelsey and numbered on lower right in pencil. It is Original Serigraph, not Offset print. Printed on Arches paper. It came with Certificate of Authenticity (Parkwest Gallery)
Attributed to Peter Van Bloemen,
called Standard (Flemish, 1657-1720)
Born in Antwerp, van Bloemen was the brother of Jan-Frans and Norbert van Bloemen. His master was the battle painter, Simon van Douw. In 1673, van Bloemen was a master in Antwerp, but he did not stay there long. He is believed to have spent 20 years in Rome and it is known that he was working there in 1688...
Paul Jacoulet, Sur Le Sable. This very simple print is also influenced by Jacoulet's earlyer trips to Paris, where he admired the reclining nudes of Matisse. It is interesting to compare this treatment of the same model as Fleurs Violettes (No.41), this time in a Western perspective that uses negative spaces with increasing skill...
The Chief's Daughter. Mogmog
Using an old painting from the thirties, Jacoulet experimented with two totally different color schemes for this striking portrait of a young girl from the tiny Yap island called Mogmog. The style of the face is very different from the highly realistic studies he was making for prints to be made into blocks directly from drawings...
Paul Jacoulet, 1950 Les Perles
More than 300 individual impressions of nearly sixty blocks, carved on both sides, were needed to create this ultimate technical tour de force of twentieth century art.
A companion to Le Mandarin aux Lunettes (No. 106), it was as though Jacoulet wished to display his technique by printing the silver threads on the gossamer cloth in front of his figure, rather then as a flat design on the background...
Paul Jacoulet,The Replacement, Miles (No. 142)
The model, a Chinese girl who was living in Seoul, recently lost a baby. Her pet rabbit was a poor substitute, but it gave Jacoulet and idea for an image that has grown steadily more popular since his death. The young lady also was the inspiration for Les Jades (No...
Paul Jacoulet, La Perruche Morte. Celebes
This extremely popular print is an example of a concept that now seems more important as a black and white key block print, with its expert, Matisse like line. The colors lessen the impact of the sorrow of the island maiden with her dead pet parakeet, and the accusation of excessive emotionalism is hard to contradict.
Credit: Richard Miles "the prints of Paul Jacoulet"
Condition: color beautiful, full margins, pristine condition.
First Generation Haitian Master.
Oil on masonite, signed and dated "ler Avril 1949" verso: signed and dated by artist in pencil, and gallery label "James Vigeveno Galleries, Westwood Hills Los Angeles", 16" x 20"
Wilson Bigaud, First Generation Haitian Master
Early Work, 1950s
Oil on Masonite
Lafortune Felix, One of the featured Haitian artists in the 1982 book by Seldon Rodman, "Where Art Is Joy" The First Forty Years. Acrylic on Masonite
Richard DeQuattro, Acrylic on Canvas, Sanibel Island Beach
Size:69"H X 50"W
Richard DeQuattro, 1986
Acrylic On Canvas
Size 60"H x84"W
Full Moon on Beach Chairs
Acrylic, Mixed Media on Canvas
52"H X 66"W
Garcia Miro At The Too Cann
48" X 48"
Roger Francois, Haitian
Acrylic on Canvas
16"H X 12"W and Frame
Paul Jacoulet, Autumn Pilgrimages, Miles No. 150
Condition: Color Excellent, Margins Full, Paper Perfect
Overall Really Perfect
Fewer than 140 created
Roger Francois, Haitian Painting, Untitled, Acrylic on Canvas, 1995, Size:36"H X 24"W
Castora, Famous For His Tropical Subject Matter, And The Use Of Plant Elements To Depict His Subjects. In This Image Castora Chose The Flowers, Seed Pods and Limbs Of The Royal Poinciana (Flamboyant Tree) Tree To Create This Portrait.Castora Always Lived In The Shadow Of His Master Botello. 12"H X 10"W Oil On Board