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All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Europe : Dutch : Pre 1900 item #1179274 (stock #577)
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Jozef Israels, Dutch fisherman"s wife at the beach waiting for his return. A beautiful impressionist painting oil on canvas signed lower left measuring approx. 14 x 18 inches in excellent condition. Biography

Jozef Israëls, (born January 27, 1824, Groningen, Netherlands—died August 12, 1911, The Hague), painter and etcher, often called the “Dutch Millet” (a reference to Jean-Franƈois Millet). Israëls was the leader of the Hague school of peasant genre painting, which flourished in the Netherlands between 1860 and 1900. He began his studies in Amsterdam and from 1845 to 1847 worked in Paris under the academic painters Horace Vernet and Paul Delaroche. Israëls first tried to establish himself as a painter of Romantic portraits and conventional historical pictures but had achieved little success when in 1855 ill health compelled him to leave Amsterdam for the fishing village of Zandvoort, near Haarlem. That change of scenery revolutionized his art: he turned to realistic and compassionate portrayals of the Dutch peasantry and fisherfolk (e.g., Waiting for the Herring Boats, 1875). In 1871 he moved to The Hague, and he often worked in nearby Scheveningen. Besides oils, Israëls worked in watercolours and was an etcher of the first rank. His later works in all media express a tragic sense of life and are generally treated in broad masses of light and shade. His painting style was influenced by Rembrandt’s later works, and, like Rembrandt, Israëls often painted the poor Jews of the Dutch ghettos (e.g., A Son of the Chosen People, 1889). His son Isaac (1865–1934), also a painter, adopted an Impressionist technique and subject matter and had some influence on his father’s later work.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Contemporary item #1319224 (stock #738)
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Modernist landscape Marsh series #1 by Ernest Garthwaite. Acrylic on paper measuring 22"w x 30"H.

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Ernest Garthwaite was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1940. He studied at Loras College in Iowa, receiving his Bachelor of Arts in 1961, and at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, receiving his Master of Arts in 1962. He subsequently studied in Europe (including in Italy, Germany, and France) and at the University of Wisconsin in 1964 and the Art Students' League of New York in 1966. Garthwaite's work is represented in over 75 collections, including the Medicine Hat Museum and Art Gallery, New Rochelle Public Library, Art Gallery of Windsor, Bank of Montreal, Concordia University (Montreal), Marymount College (New York), Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies (Banff), and York College of the City University of New York.

All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Europe : Pre 1940 item #1414504 (stock #928)
Beautiful large original vintage Italian impressionist oil painting of Naples Harbor at sunset. Oil on canvas signed lower left G. Mariani. Canvas measures 24 x 36 inches. Artist Biography G. Mariani (Italian, 20th C.-), came from a family of artists who had been painting the beautiful cities and surrounding country life in and around their home of Naples, Italy, for many years. His father was the well known Italian landscape & cityscape painter Mario Mariani (Italian, 1907-) and he also had a brother, V. Mariani (Italian, 20th C.-) who was also an accomplished painter. G. Mariani loves to paint the water, the small harbors and particularly his home area of the Bay of Naples. He is well known for his coastal & seascapes views and fishing villages/marine scenes and for sunset skies which he often painted, as well as interior scenes of Italian country life. He was represented by his father Mario out of his art studio & gallery in Naples, where Mario not only represented his own work, but that of his two sons, as well as other represented artists. less DETAILS Tear Sheet Dimensions42ʺW × 2ʺD × 30ʺH
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Pre 1900 item #1378076 (stock #816)
19th Century pastoral landscape oil on canvas. Golden age, old master influenced painting depicting a shepherd with his sheep and a cottage. Signed Wayland, lower right. Wax Relined and presented in an intentionally distressed gold wood frame. Image size, 16 x 20 overall framed size 24.5ʺW × 2.5ʺD × 20.5ʺH.
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 1910 item #1409523 (stock #897)
An original antique American folk art oil painting oil on canvas signed lower left by Owen Lunnon a late 19th early 20th century American painter known for floral paintings. Presented framed in the original antique birds eye maple frame with lemon gold liner. measuring overall 23ʺW × 1ʺD × 18ʺH in good antique condition.
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pre 1950 item #1356072 (stock #795)
Vintage charcoal drawing of a female nude, presented matted and in a 19th C carved antique-gold frame. Image size: 24" x 18". less Dimensions 28.5ʺW × 2.0ʺD × 34.5ʺH Condition Excellent
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 1960 item #1421514 (stock #939)
Vintage American Impressionist oil painting on canvas of a seated nude figure by Harry Barton from the estate of the artist stamp on verso. Presented with a contemporary gallery frame. Harry Barton (1908 - 2001) Born in Cleveland and raised in Seattle, spent his life doing the thing he truly loved--painting. Whether in the Pacific Northwest around Seattle, Hood Canal, and Puget Sound, or in the Art Students League, Central Park, and the parks and beaches of Long Island, or in Pennsylvania and New England (he often summered in Rockport, Massachusetts, and Kennebunkport, Maine), Harry's life was art. Harry's career as an artist embraced almost every medium and a great many genres: from charcoal and pen and ink to watercolor, tempura, and oil; from his early work in Seattle as a silk-screen artist and an illustrator for the Sterling Theatres and the telephone company, to his New York work as an illustrator of Western pulp fiction, detective and mystery novels, and movie and fashion advertisements, and finally to his extensive activity as a portrait and landscape painter. In the spring of 1945, he decided to study for the summer at the Art Students League in New York with Frank Reilly, and in the fall of that year he was offered work in New York as an illustrator for Gale Phillips Associates. Moving his family from Seattle, he--along with his wife Pauline and his daughters Joan and Linda--took up residence in Bayside, Queens, and soon moved to the Auburndale area of Flushing, where he had his own freelance studio and where he lived the rest of his life. Over the years his illustrations were featured in The Saturday Evening Post, Argosy, Boy's Life, Down East, and American Artist, as well as on movie billboards for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and in fashion advertising for Lord & Taylor and Gertz department stores. But his main body of work as an illustrator can be found in hard-cover and paperback novels published by such major firms as Dell, Ace Books, Dial Press, and Farrar Straus & Giroux. Harry's paintings and sketches were exhibited in the Philadelphia Museum of Art; in the Salmagundi Club, Lord & Taylor, the Smith Gallery, and Illustration House in New York in the Blue Heron Gallery in Wellfleet, Cape Cod; in the Schaff Gallery in Cincinnati; and in Mast Cove Gallery in Kennebunkport. He received a number of prizes for his work, and his paintings are held in private collections in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Harry was a member of the American Artists Professional League, the Salmagundi Club, and the Art Students League of New York, where he kept on working throughout his life, studying with--in addition to Frank Reilly--Samuel Edmund Oppenheini, William Draper, and Everett Raymond Kintsler. Harry loved the Art Students League and was very proud of being a Life Member. His Saturday jaunts to the League continued right up to the time when the League closed for the summer three months before he died. He was fortunate in being able to do what he enjoyed most to the very end
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 1920 item #1299328 (stock #708)
Original antique Oil painting Portrait of a Young Woman in Pink signed Sam Hoffman. Presented in original exquisite art nouveau frame. Canvas size 29"L x 22"W. Overall framed size 37" L x 32" W.
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pre 1800 item #1192359 (stock #596)
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A beautiful original 18th century drawing of a woman gazing upward Attributed to Francois Boucher measuring 24.5 x 31 cm. on wove paper mounted at corners to matte board. A beautiful drawing would be a fine addition to any collection.

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François Boucher (September 29, 1703 - May 30, 1770) was a French painter, a proponent of Rococo taste, known for his idyllic and voluptuous paintings on classical themes, decorative allegories representing the arts or pastoral occupations, and intended as a sort of two-dimensional furniture. He also painted several portraits of his illustrious patroness, Madame de Pompadour. Born in Paris, the son of a lace designer Nicolas Boucher, François Boucher was perhaps the most celebrated decorative artist of the 18th century, with most of his work reflecting the Rococo style. At the young age of 17, Boucher was apprenticed by his father to François Lemoyne, however after only 3 months he went to work for the engraver Jean-François Cars. Within 3 years Boucher had already won the elite Grand Prix de Rome, although he did not take up the consequential opportunity to study in Italy until 4 years later. On his return from studying in Italy in 1731, he was admitted to the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture as a historical painter, and became a faculty member in 1734.

All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1800 item #1402018 (stock #877)
Portrait of a woman with a book after a painting by H Goltius by Cornelis Ploos Van Amstel. Signed and dated on verso 1770. Image size: 8" x 10". overall framed size 13 x 16 ". A rare example of early color printing Van Amstel was a pioneer in using color ink on early prints. Biography Van Amstel an avid art collector and a pupil of Norbert van Bloemen and Jacobus Buys. He later became a member of the Amsterdam artist society Arte et Amicitia (De Kunstkrans). He was known as a collector and copyist of 17th-century artists. His pupils were Christina Chalon, William V, Prince of Orange, Elisabeth van Woensel, and Hermanus Petrous Schouten .
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Watercolor : Pre 1900 item #1409892 (stock #905)
Original antique watercolor floral botanical painting of a flowering bulb 19th century c.1850. This lovely original watercolor is from a mid 19th century botanical watercolor album. While little is known about the work, it was clearly done by a highly skilled artist. The paper is Whatman watermarked and dated. . Presented matted with archival materials and framed. less DETAILS Dimensions13ʺW × 1ʺD × 16ʺH PeriodLate 19th Century ConditionVery Good Condition, Original Condition Unaltered, No Imperfections Good antique condition
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Acrylic : Contemporary item #1339197 (stock #268)
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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. Most of the work is painted using small-batch, handmade acrylic paint. Pencil lines from the initial exploratory sketch stage often remain on the white canvass. His typical images include cabbies, delivery men, skylines, and chaotic New York City scenes. His work is usually done with acrylic paint in an expressionist style.

All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1837 VR item #1409660 (stock #903)
Original antique Curtis floral botanical hand colored etching c1804. Presented in archival matte and framed in a contemporary classic frame. Overall size 13 x 16 inches. William Curtis began publication of the Botanical Magazine in February 1787 and it continued almost without interruption for 160 years. These Curtis prints are particularly prized for their lavish, beautifully hand colored large illustrations principally by Sydenham Teak Edwards, James Sowerby and William Kilburn. Even now, after all this time of living with Curtis prints, we are still left in awe by their beauty. Each single measures approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 9 inches long. Please view our other Curtis botanical prints compatible with each other for decorative grouping.
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1900 item #1389084 (stock #860)
Ruins of the Amphitheater Colissaeus also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. An 18th Century German engraving by Georg Christoph Kilian (1709-1781). Pictured are the Colosseum ruins commissioned around A.D. 70-72 by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian dynasty. The image is titled in both Latin and German below. Image size 12" x 10", presented with custom matte and in a gilt wood frame.
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1061651 (stock #406)
Gustave Leonard De jonghe "The Looking Glass" A beautiful woman at her dressing table looking into a mirror. A fine antique original oil by this highly regarded Belgian artist signed lower left in pristine condition in a remarkable frame. Measuring approx. 24 x 32 oil on canvas. Provenance: Hirschl Adler galleries
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : N. America : American : Pre 1970 item #1413791 (stock #925)
Original vintage abstract oil painting of a horse and rider by Rex Ashlock. Oil on panel this art work is acquired from the artists Estate Trust controlled by the artists sister Margaret Wilmot. Overall size 19 x 14" in excellent condition. The instructor who would have the most impact on Ashlock over the course of the next two years was his near-contemporary, David Park [1911-1960]. "David Park instilled, or inspired, in me the feeling of how really to look at the subject you are painting. I recall an incident in his class that was funny but also left a lasting impression on me. We were painting a female nude model directly in oil. David Park came to my easel, his eyes darting back and forth between the model and my painting. Then he exclaimed to me, "See those breasts! You've captured them just right! They're coming right at ya!'" Park's energy and enthusiasm directly fueled Ashlock's interest in expressive painting. However, un-helped by - and unable to come to terms with - the complex emotional circumstances of his life, he would spend the next twenty years trying to find his own unique style and mode of expression. In 1940 he married a woman more sympathetic to her dreams of mysticism and social status than the down-to-earth struggles of the artist-at-work. A daughter, Margaret, was born in 1944. Family finances demanded that he take odd jobs just to make ends meet. Finally, in 1947, shortly before his son Peter was born (1948), he secured a teaching-position at the California School for Arts and Crafts in Oakland. Among his colleagues on the faculty was Richard Diebenkorn. That year he also won the watercolor prize at the annual exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association. By 1951 he was teaching at the University of California at Berkeley's Extension Division and at the Berkeley Evening Adult School. In 1955, he returned to the California School of Fine Arts as a teacher. . In 1957 he took advantage of an offer to ride East, packed his paintings onto the car-rack, and left his wife and two children to move to New York City. He became friendly with many of the abstract artists of the first generation of the New York School, drinking at the Cedar Tavern with Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning [1904-1997], and Kostas the Greek, who had a photographic memory of where "every painting was to be found in every European museum." (Kostas loved to mythologize; when he told a story, it changed with every telling, as if he were constantly experimenting with new brushwork.) They were all mourning the death of Cedar-regular Jackson Pollock, who had died in 1956. Ashlock had learned of Pollock's death on his first day in New York when the headline leapt out at him on the day he arrived in New York for a summer-visit. Ashlock's early New York works, marked by broad fields of single colors with subtle tonal changes, some characterized by moon-like shapes, others by calligraphic emblems, show the influence of leading abstract expressionists Adolph Gottlieb [1903-1974], Ad Reinhardt [1913-1967] and Mark Rothko [1903-1970]. "I never had a class in color. I studied it on my own. I bought a book by Hilaire Hiler, a San Francisco painter of small precise abstractions. He was interested in the abstract idea of color. For me it was a means to an end. I met Hiler in New York and visited with him. . . Finally, I evolved an attitude trusting my eyes." EXHIBITION RECORD 1945 Raymond & Raymond Gallery, San Francisco (solo) 1947 San Francisco AA (at San Fran. Museum Art. Walter watercolor prize) 1948 City of Paris Gallery, San Francisco (solo) 1949 Centennials Gallery, Berkeley (solo) 1950 Larry Blake Gallery, Berkeley (solo) 1950 San Francisco AA (at San Fran. Museum Art. Drawings prize) 1953 Contemporary Gallery, Berkeley (solo) 1953-54 de Young Museum, San Francisco 1954 L. Labaudt Gallery, San Francisco (solo) 1954 Valley Art Association, Sayre, Penn. (solo) 1954 G. Paul Bishop Gallery, Berkeley (solo) 1956-57 Duveen-Abraham Gallery, New York 1957 L'Envoi Gallery, San Francisco (solo) 1957 Phoenix Gallery, New York 1958 Bleeker Gallery, New York 1960 Brata Gallery, New York 1963 Brata Gallery, New York (solo) 1962 Bodley Gallery, New York (solo) 1962 Allan Stone Gallery, New York 1967 Avnet Gallery, Great Neck, New York 1969 Staten Island Art Association 1972-73 Princeton Art Association, New Jersey 1973 Caravan House, New York 1974 Painters & Sculptors Society of New Jersey (Honorable Mention, sculpture) 1977 Bond St. Gallery, New York 1979 Painters & Sculptors Society of New Jersey (National Arts Club, New York) 1981 Mushroom Gallery, Spokane, Wash., 1981 Touchstone Gallery, Spokane, Wash. 1981 1983 Westside Gallery, Spokane, Wash. 1984 Spokane Civic Center
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pen : Pre 1970 item #1409662 (stock #904)
Vintage modernist mixed media portrait of a monkey against a striped background, executed in pen & ink and cut paper. Presented matted and in a minimalist wood frame. Image size: 4 x 5.5”, overall framed dimensions: 10.5 x 13”. Howard Warshaw (1920-1977) was born and educated in New York City. In 1941, he returned to New York for two years to receive his formal training at the Art Students League and the National Academy. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Southern California, where he lived and worked for the remainder of his life. For a short time he taught at Jepson Art Institute; there he met and became friends with Rico Lebrun and Eugene Berman. These two pioneering artists were to have a profound impact on the young Warshaw. In 1957, Warshaw became a professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Lebrun and Berman became his unofficial teachers for several years—by their friendship and constructive review of his work, they left an influence that would stay with Warshaw for the remainder of his career. In a 1977 Memoriam his fellow professors wrote, “the paintings and drawings of Warshaw's early period, in the surrealist manner, though distinctly his own, clearly reflect the neoromantic influence of Berman. His friendship with Lebrun quickened an interest in cubism which was to last throughout his life, though the element of surrealism in his work never quite disappeared.” The artist died in Santa Barbara, California in 1977.
All Items : Fine Art : Paintings : Oil : Europe : Pre 1900 item #1409581 (stock #901)
Original Vintage C.1900 Impressionist Oil Painting European Village Scene Signed indistinctly lower right by an accomplished artist. A fine painting in the original c. 1900 vintage frame. The painting measures 14 x 17 overall framed size 17 ½” by 21 ½. In good condition some wear to the frame.