Watercolor on paper, signed.
Johnston was a painter and teacher born in Alexandria, VA in 1850. He studied briefly with Dr. A.J. Volck in Baltimore, but was primarily self-taught in art, developing his skills while traveling and working in England, France, Spain, Tangiers and Morocco.
He was a resident of New York City when he exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1877 and 1880. Two years l...
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No Woman is Worth It
Watercolor and gouache for illustration of the story in the Saturday Evening Post, Feb. 7th, 1953 together with a copy of the magazine.
Joe DeMers (1910-1984) specialized in that most transitory and ephermeral area of illustration, depicting the modern American girl. He did them, not as stereotypes, but as a diverse array of dazzling females - sweet, predatory or sophisticated. DeMers was born in San Diego, California...
Georgetown, Washington, DC
Watercolor on paper, signed and located.
Sight size: 20.5” x 27.5”
Frame size: 30” x 36.5”
Kane is listed in "Who Was Who in American Art" by Falk.
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Adolph Arthur Dehn (American, 1895-1963)
Lithograph on paper, 1946, ed. 250, pencil signed. Lumdsdaine/O'Connor 410.
Condition: very good, hinge mark upper right, unframed
Image size: 8.75" x 13"
Sheet size" 12" x 17" **For other mid-20th Century artwork in our inventory, type “modern” into the search box.
Dehn was a talented painter, illustrator and printmaker. He also taught and wrote two instructional books on artistic technique. As a pr...
5 Vols. 12mo. Bound in Half green morocco, spines extra gilt, two red morocco labels each spine, with marbled boards, endpapers and edges. Published: London; George Bell, 1878.
Provenance: From the Library of Howard K. Smith.
pair on right (other pair sold)
William B. Bennett (British, fl. 1900-1913)
Watercolor on paper, signed and dated: “1906”
. Provenance: Taggart, Jorgensen & Putman, Washington, DC.
A painter of landscape and genre scenes, Bennett exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1900 to 1913. He made his home in Bushey, Hertford-shire. Bennett is listed in the Dictionary of British Art, Vol. IV, Victorian Painters by Wood.
Sight size: 20” x 14.5”
Frame size: 30” x 23.5”...
American School, mid/late 19th century.
Charming handpainted and decoupaged print of a young girl putting a garland of flowers on her goat pull-toy. In the original moulded wood frame with gilt liner.
Sight size: 27.5” x 21.5”
Frame size: 31.5” x 25.5”
Suzanne Donazetti (American )
Painted and burnished metal mosaic on wood, signed and titled on reverse.
Inspired by the idea of weaving silver, Suzanne Donazetti has spent 20 years perfecting the art of Metalweaving. Perhaps one of the first artists to attempt shaping copper and other metals in this way, Donazetti's work ranges in size from small jewelry to large wall sculptures. Her work is on view in the Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT...
These were used to protect the feet of furniture where the floor was damp.
Provenance: Kay Fries, Alexandria, VA
Depth: 3" (of base)
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Spanish School, late 19th century.
Oil on canvas, laid down.
Sight size: 20” x 15”
Frame size: 28” x 23”
by Colette Willy
Printed in Paris, 1927, inscribed and signed
Now quarterbound in black leather with gilt and raised spine, marbled boards and endpapers and gilt top edge, several pages uncut.
by Lord Charles Whitworth
,Printed at Horace Walpole's Strawberry-Hill Press in 1758, small 8vo, first Edition, Errata Leaf at rear, Full polished calf, boards re-attached, repair to top 1/2" of spine, edges rubbed, otherwise v.g. A very nice copy of an early Strawberry-Hill book