Diameter of Marble base: 5”
Woodland Stream by Moonlight
Oil on canvas, in an ornate gold leaf frame.
Painting: 5 ¼” x 4”
Frame: 11” x 9 ¾”
Tredupp came to the United States from Germany with his artist father in 1888, settling in Milwaukee where he spent the remainder of his life. There he shared a studio with his father. The two painted landscapes and marines in an identical style, often nighttime scenes. ...
by C. Myron Clark (American, 1876-1925)
Oil on canvas, signed and dated: "1906"
Painting: 16" x 12"
Frame: 21.5" x 17.5"
American painter C. Myron Clark specialized in marine subjects and, like so many other artists, was drawn to Venice with its ongoing atmospheric shifts in the sky and sea. The Peabody Museum in Salem, MA has five of his works in the permanent collection. He is listed in Who Was Who in American Art by Falk and Dict...
The cargo of Chinese porcelain was originally potted in Jingdezhen, Ji...
10" x 13"
Oil on canvas, signed.
Painting Size: 28” x 28”
Frame Size: 29.25” x 29.25”
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Rennie (born in 1906) was a painter and graphic designer who worked in Maine and Washington D.C. She exhibited at the Franz Bader Gallery, Capricorn Gallery, the Bridge Gallery (1965) and the Museum of Modern Art (1956). Her...
Jacques van Artevelde
Lithograph on paper, signed lower right
Painting: 8 ½” x 601/2”
Frame: 19” x 16”
Bellery-Desfontaines was an Art Nouveau Symbolist painter who achieved notoriety as a decorative artist, designing tapestries and furniture adorned with ornate floral motifs for his wealthy patrons. He also produced numerous illustrations for publications such as “L’Image”, L’Estampe Moder...
Length: 60" Depth at Center: 12"
These early brass fenders are typically very heavy and carefully made. They had little functional use but were strictly for adornment.
Watercolor on paper, unsigned
Sight size: 11 ¼” x 8"
Frame: 17" x 13 ½”
(Some wear, repaired tear lower right, not examined out of the frame)
This is a lovely example of a Pre-Raphaelite watercolor, with three figures at a fountain, one a young girl, one a young woman drinking from a glass and one a cloaked woman with a musical instrument on her ba...
Acrylic on panel, signed lower right and with an artists supply stamp from Rome on the reverse
Painting: 15 ½” x 12”
Frame: 18 ¼” x 14 ½”
Wilson was born in Toronto and studied art at Central Technical School there. In Detroit he began a lucrative career as a commercial artist and illustrator. A trip to Mexico in 1949, convinced him to become a fine artist. He and his wife spent win...
Japanese Market Place
Watercolor on paper, signed lower right.
Sight Size: 12.5” x 19.25”
Frame Size: 21 ” x 28”
Kasen’s given name was Masao. He studied Nihon-ga (traditional Japanese style painting) under Keigetsu Matsubayashi. He was primarily known for his "bijin-ga" (classic representations of beautiful women usually wearing a kimono) including "Twenty-four Sections of Tokyo" and "Twenty-four Examples of Ch...
Acrylic on Masonite, signed
Painting: 24" x 18"
Frame: 26.25" x 20"
Patricia Mangione was an accomplished artist who lived in Haverford, Pennsylvania. She studied at the Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia and the Barnes Foundation, Merion, PA. Mangione’s favored media were oils and acrylics. She described her paintings as vignettes that border on the surreal. Among her favorite subjects was crumpled...