Pencil Drawing on Paper by the Bolivian Surrealist artist, Benjamin Mendoza y Amor Flores (1935 - 2014), untitled of a Man laying on his back holding a large fish on top of him and between his legs, the fish has his mouth open revealing shark’s teeth and has the man’s head within his bite. Mendoza was known for his dream/nightmare drawings, juxtaposing good and evil in unconventional forms...
"Seize Peintures from 1939-1943 Editions Du Chene Paris" Has original Picasso signature lower right hand corner and original pencil drawing. Done at a Paris art show during the 40's. Since Napoleon was a favorite of his, this is One of two known pieces, Very rare hard to find item. Matted and Framed mage size 14"X 10".
Buyer to pay S&H. Liquidating this Estate so price is negotiable. More photos on request.
Colored pencil on card, 1982, inscribed 'Architect: Emilio Ambasz' and dated lower left. 14 1/2 x 20 in. (sheet), unframed. Provenance: Ambasz donated this piece to Architects for Social Responsibility auction, 1985. Condition: In very good condition.,
The House of Spiritual Retreat
by Emilio Ambasz
November 23, 2005–March 26, 2006
The Museum of Modern Art NY
Emilio Ambasz originally designed the House of Spiritual Retreat in 1979 for an imaginary site near Cordoba, Spain...
A rather bizarre but Brilliantly done Original Pen & Ink drawing of Mercury, the winged flyer done in 1950. A rare piece to have in today's market. His work doesn't come up for sale very often. This is an 8 x 10 1/2 framed 18 x 22.
Buyer to pay S&H. More Photos on request. Liquidating an Estate so Price is Negotiable.
The subject: "Chair"
The size of Drawing: 7 3/4" x 5 1/4"
The size of Framed: 19 3/4" x 15 3/4"
Artist: Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890)
Auction record: not known.
Auction tag: upper left corner of back frame as photo showing.
Medium: Pencil on Paper
Sign: No signature on the drawing itself...
Andre ABBAL (1876-1953) Rare Veteran Car Sketch dated 1903 Drawing Legion d'Honneur.
Andre ABBAL (1876-1953) Legion d'Honneur. Rare Veteran Car Sketch dated 1903 Drawing Works exhibited with Picasso and Rodin.
An ink sketch highlighted with chalk on toned paper by Andre Abbal. Early Edwardian motorists are shown enjoying the pleasures of pioneering motoring...
Henry Schonbeuer Drawings
(1) "Demonstration in NYC" 1930 - ID: 080614-13A - Condition: Paper discoloration and light smudges. Upper right corner chipped. - Dimension: 8-1/4 x 10-3/4"
(2) Family in the farm, 1930 - ID: 080614-13B - Condition: Paper discoloration and some light smudges. Small tear on the upper left edge of paper. Dimension: 7-1/4 x 10"
This ink drawing of a 19th century woman by Fogarty measures 10 3/4 x 8 1/2". Condition: Foxing, and soiling on paper. Unsigned.
Thomas Fogarty was born in 1873 in New York and died in 1938. Fogarty is known for nostalgic pen and ink illustrations depicting an earlier era, especially simple homespun subjects. He worked in many mediums, but was especially noted for pen and ink, o wash and crayon
This is a Thomas Fogarty ink drawing of a man with a cane. Condition: Foxing and smudges on paper/board. Has pencil inscriptions outside of drawing. Hand signed in the lower left corner. Dimension: 7 x 8"
Illustrator Thomas Fogarty (1873 - 1938) is known for nostalgic pen and ink illustrations depicting an earlier era, especially simple homespun subjects...
An original antique French master pencil drawing of a young shepard boy. Signed titled and dated 1847 on verso in French. Image size 7.5"W x 9.5"L archival matted and framed overall size 13 x 16". In excellent condition.
An exceptionally rare and fine portrait of two children, possibly twins, in pencil and charcoal, dated August 1855. While the artist is unknown, he has captured the astonishingly innocent expressions of two very young children, probably Northeastern United States, sitting for their portraits, with the boy on the right reaching for a toy in the hand of the girl on the left, most likely his sister. They are both seated in a wooden bench attired in clothing very typical of the period...
Genre drawing of a mother and daughter, en trois-crayons on buff paper. English, late 18th C. Framed and matted; in very good condition.
Dimensions: 24" x 20" framed
15.5"x10" drawing of Saye's Court previously owned by John Evelyn. Bio for AskArt: Hughson Hawley was a self-taught watercolorist, theater-set designer and specialist in painting cathedral interiors. He was born in Brighton, England, and began his career by painting sets for the Theatre Royal in his hometown and, later, for the theater at Stratford-on-Avon, where his father was the town librarian...
9"x12," Bio from Askart: Charles E. Waltensperger began sketching at a very young age, this continued as he worked as an elevator operator for the Detroit Free Press. There he kept a sketch tablet with him, drawing his passengers. One model, William E...
Graphite on paper, unsigned, but known to be Wagner since bought in a group of Wagner drawings.Bio from ask art.com: A native of Pennsylvania, Frederick Wagner was a painter of impressionist urban scenes, often views of Philadelphia. His many cityscapes including views of bridges and skyscapes were a distinct genre in the United States at the turn of the 20th century, and he began these subjects as early as 1906. The suggestion of many of his...
Landscape drawing by George Stout, Presented to George Carver in 1927. Original Untouched Condition!!! Rare Drawing by the most important member of the Monuments men. 13 1/2" X 11 1/4"
5.5" x 7" pencil or graphite on paper. Unsigned. I bought this in a group of works by Wagner and know it to be Wagner based upon the provenance. Bio from ask art.com: A native of Pennsylvania, Frederick Wagner was a painter of impressionist urban scenes, often views of Philadelphia. His many cityscapes including views of bridges and skyscapes were a distinct genre in the United States at the turn of the 20th century, and he began these subjects as early as 1906...
Original French master portrait of a woman wearing braids from a portfolio of drawings dated 1847. Displayed in a giltwood frame.