Reading in the Garden
Oil on canvas, signed lower left.
Painting Size: 25.5” x 15.75”
Frame Size: 31” x 21.5”
Henriques was born in Petershoj, Denmark in 1866, the niece of artists Sally, Nathan and Samuel Henriques. She studied with Henningsen and Johansen in Denmark and Stevens in Paris (1888). She travelled extensively throughout Italy, Greece and Egypt. She painted landscapes, portraits, figures and watercolors ...
The Young Card Players
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left.
Painting Size: 18” x 24”
Frame Size: 23.5” x 29.5”
A charming genre scene depicting a young peasant boy and girl taking a moment from their chores to play a game of cards while a fussing baby squirms on the girl’s lap.
The Good Companion: A Young Girl and Her Dog Carrying a Basket in a Snowy Forest
Oil on canvas, unsigned. The canvas retaining a stencil reading “*** Nelson, Artists Colorman and Picture Framer”, probably Robert Nelson of New York (1844)
Painting Size: 20” x 24”
Frame Size: 27” x 31”
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Anna Richards Brewster (American, 1870-1952)
Oil-on-canvas, laid down on masonite; signed with conjoined initials.
Provenance: James Brewster, the artist's nephew. Collection of Dr. Clark S. Marlor.
Brewster was a painter and illustrator born in Germantown, Pennsylvania in 1870. The daughter of Marine painter W.T. Richards, she had a studio in London from 1896 to 1905. She studied with Dennis Bunker; H. Siddons Mowbray; National Academy of Desig...
Oil-on-artist board; signed lower left.
Exhibited: Museo de Bellas Artes, Vina del Mar, Chile.
Gamba painted landscapes, history and genre scenes. He was born on January 3, 1831 in Turin and died in the same city on October 9, 1883. Here he studied at the Academia Albertina with Cusa and Arienti, and in 1850, he went to Francfort-sur-le-Mein, where he studied with Steinle. He traveled often, always frequenting the stu...
European School, early 19th century
Painting: 10” x 8.5”
Frame:14.5” x 13”
See #10802 for another caddy by the same unknown maker
David William Burley (English, born 1901)
Watercolor-on-paper, signed lower right.
Sight size: 14.5" x 21.5"
Frame Size: 20.5" x 33.5"
Burley was a painter in watercolor and oil who was born in Greenwich, England, 1901. He studied at Goldsmiths' College School of Art. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours and the Royal Society of British Artists. He lived in London and Kent.
byHenry W. Waugh (American, 1835-1865)
Pencil on paper from Waugh’s sketchbook: Landscapes of 1857
Sight size: 3” x 5.25” and 5” x 3.5”
Frame:12.5” x 15.5 and 12.5” x 15”
Nephew of the panoramist, Samuel B. Waugh, Henry Waugh arrived in Indianapolis at age 18 or 20 as a member of a theatrical troupe. During the winter of 1853 he assisted Jacob Cox of Ind...
European School, early 19th century
Painting: 17.25" x 21.75"
Frame:23" x 27.75"
Logging in New England
Oil on board, signed lower left.
Painting Size: 16” x 20”
Frame Size: 21.5 ” x 25.5”
Bob Nally lived and worked in New England and was a member of the Rockport Art Association from 1963 until his death in 1991. The publication “American Artist” had an article discussing one of his paintings in January 1981.
Although often called salesman's samples, miniature pieces of furniture like this were probably the work of an apprentice cabinetmaker to show the master craftsman his ability.
by John Burke
Volumes 1 and 2 (of 4), printed for the author by Dickson & Pescud, Petersburg, Virginia, 1804 and 1805. Re-bound in blue cloth. Minor toning and foxing.
A rare early history of Virginia through 1710.
Watercolor on paper, signed with monogram
Painting size:12" x 9"
Frame size: 26" x 21"
A London painter of genre, portraits and scenes of Victorian life, Hicks studied to be a doctor, but changed to painting, entering the Royal Academy schools in 1844. He exhibited from 1848-1905 at the Royal Academy, the British Institute, Grosvenor Gal...
Morston Constantine Ream (American, 1840-1898)
Oil-on-canvas, signed and dated "Morston Ream/75" on the stretcher.
Provenance: The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA.
Painting size: 24" x 18"
Frame size: 31" x 25"
A painter from Cleveland, Ohio, Ream began his career in the arts while working as an assistant to photographer, James F. Ryder. He later moved to New York City and made a name for himself as a successful painter of still...
Horse and Stable
Watercolor on paper, signed lower left.
Sight size: 5.5” x 9”
Frame size: 14.5” x 18”
Fort was a watercolor artist who specialized in military subjects and horses at work. He made his debut in the Paris Salon of 1842.and he is represented in the Louviers Museum, the Mulhouse Museum and at Pontoise.
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