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Oil-on-canvas, signed upper right
Painting Size: 14.25” x 19”
Frame Size: 21.25” x 26.25”
Originally from Chicago, MacEwen rose to fame as a talented expatriate artist of the late nineteenth and early 20th centuries. Cosmopolitan and versatile, he produced works in varying genres and styles, but was best known for his charming depictions of rural Dutch life. He spent his early years in Holland, where ...
Height: 37” (back)
Two Young Girls with Birds and Birdcage
Watercolor on paper, signed lower right
Sight Size: 19.25" x 16"
Frame Size: 25.5" x 22"
Born in Brive-la-Gaillarde, in 1933, Jean-Baptiste Valadie is a painter, sculptor, printmaker, draftsman, lithographer and illustrator. Children, birds and the sun are repeated motifs in his works, but the central figure in most of his paintings is a sensuous woman.
His first a...
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.
Benezit, E. Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs
In the Orchard
Pastel on paper, signed lower left and titled on the reverse
Sight Size: 21.75” x 16”
Frame Size: 29 ” x 23.75”
Grone was a painter and watercolorist who specialized in landscapes, river scenes and figures. According to Graves he exhibited 13 works between 1888 and 1893 at the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute. He exhibited an additional 6 wo...
Decline of the Windjammers
Watercolor on paper, signed and dated: “1934” and titled in pencil on the reverse.
Sheet size: 12.5” x 18.5”
Mat size: 19.5” x 25.5”
Justin Faivre was born in Matthews, Indiana. At the age of 5, however, he moved to Portland, Oregon . As a teenager he studied at the Portland Art Gallery and took private art lessons with Howard Ellis.
In 1923 Faivre left Portland for Los Angel...
As marked below enlargements
Signed with initials lower left.
Miriam Hooper was a watercolor artist specializing in landscapes and rural scenes. Born in Redhill in 1872, her father was Thomas Rowland Hooper, an architect and surveyor. She studied at the Croydon School of Art, where Charles Shanon was teaching. Her brother Vincent married Tatton Winter's daughter and that Reigate artist became her tutor and a great influence on her style.
34" x14" x 18.25" tall
Tabletop Still Life with Fruit in a Bowl
Oil on canvas, signed lower right.
Educated at the flagship Art Students League in New York City, Dixon had the good fortune to study under Robert Henri and Charles W. Hawthorne.
He continued this affiliation with prestigious art institutions when he later joined the Salmagundi Club, also of New York. In addition, Dixon held memberships with the Allied Artists of America and the Conn...
Bronze sculpture, signed on base, dated: “(19)76” and numbered: “10/21”.
Goodnight has been sculpting since 1973. She has been featured in all major American art magazines, and exhibits in numerous shows, such as Artists of America, Denver, Colorado; Great American Artists, Cincinnati, Ohio; Masters of the American West at the Gene Autry Museum, Los Angeles, Californ...
11.5" x 7.75" x 5.5" tall
Height: 7 ”
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right and dated 1873; in original frame
Painting: 14” x 24”
Frame: 23 ½” x 33 ½”
Born in Philadelphia in 1827, Trotter worked for a machinist company and a dry goods company in Philadelphia and served in the Germantown Home Guards during the Civil War. It was not until he was 40 that Trotter turned to painting as a full time occupation.