Charles Lanman (American, 1819-1895)
Oil on paper laid-down, signed.
Lanman is listed in The Artists of Washington, DC 1796-1996 by McMahan.
Painting size: 11” x 15”
Frame size: 16” x 20”
Officer Consulting the Map
Oil on panel, signed and dated: “1896”.
Sight size: 18” x 14”
Frame size: 27” x 22.75”
Berne-Bellecour was trained as an artist at the École des Beaux-Arts under Picot and F. Barrias. In addition, he studied under his father, Etienne Berne-Bellecour, Gerome, and Edouard Detaille...
Frans Gons (Belgian, 1834-1904)
Oil on cradled panel, signed.
Known as a painter of genre and religious scenes, Gons is credited as one of the founders of the Flemish Romantic School...
Louis Joseph Taymans (Belgian, 1826-1877)
Painter born in Brussels on October 18, 1826, died at Ixelles July 16, 1877. He best known for his genre scenes of everyday life and portraits. He painted an image of Saint Denis for the church of Gheluwe.
He is listed in Benezit, Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs
Painting size: 16.5" x 12.75"
Frame size: 24" x 20.5"
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by Frank Vietor (Am. born 1919)
Acrylic, signed lower right and titled on the reverse.
Painting: 9.75" x 15.5"
Frame: 17.5" x 23.5"
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Vietor was born in Brazil, Indiana in 1919...
Clipper Ship with Pilot Boat
Oil on metal panel, signed.
Painting size: 12” x 18”
Frame size: 15” x 21”
Little is known about the life of William Henry Coffin. However, he was most likely the son of art teacher William Coffin, Jr. who advertised for students in the Nantucket Inquirer, 1824-1828. Thought to be a native of Nantucket, it is presumed that he lived there until circa 1863...
Paul Daxhelet (French, 1905-1993)
Oil on canvas, signed.
A multi-talented and diverse artist, Daxhelet first exhibited as an engraver. However, he was also a skilled draughtsman and painted in both oils and watercolors.
He began his studies at the Art Academy of Liege before advancing to the Academe Julian in Paris...
Emily Harris McGary Selinger (American, 1848-1927)
Gouache on paper, signed and inscribed: “Venezia, W.F.B.”
Accomplished as both a painter and writer, Selinger was educated in the US and abroad. She studied at the Cooper Institute in NYC and under A. Rocci in Florence and M. Roosenboom in Holland...
Raiding the Pantry
Oil on panel, signed.
Painting size: 31” x 28”
Frame size: 42.75” x 39.75”
Known for his history, genre and portrait paintings de Landtsheer was the son of a noted artist. Around 1827, he traveled to Rome where he met landscape artist L. Robert. Robert had a profound and ongoing influence on de Landtsheer...
Ludwig Kohrl (German, 1858-1927)
Oil on canvas, signed and dated: “1881”.
After studying at the Academy of Fine Art in his hometown of Gratz, Kohrl became best known as a genre and portrait painter...
Iya B. Novi (Russian, early 20th C)
Oil on canvas, signed.
Painting Size: 16” x 20”
Frame Size: 20.25” x 24.25”
Near Godalming, Surrey
Oil on canvas, signed and dated ‘1897’
Painting size: 30” x 20”
Frame: 39” x 29”
Benjamin Williams Leader was born in Worcester on March 12, 1831. He was the son of E. Leader Williams. He reversed his second and his surname to distinguish himself from the Williams family of artists. Leader was a leading painter of landscapes and coastal scenes in oil...
Ink and watercolor on paper, signed on the reverse.
Angelo Uggeri worked as an architect and studied in Milan with Albertolli. He is listed in Thieme/Becker.
Sight size: 9.25" x 12"
Frame size: 16.5" x 19"
Farm with Windmill, Chickens and Figures
Oil on panel, retaining a paper label from The Haseltine Art Galleries, Philadelphia.
Painting size: 10” x 16”
Frame size: 20.75” x 27”
Born in 1832 to a long established New Jersey family, Nicholson became a prolific landscape and genre painter known for his work in the style of Romantic Realism...
Provenance: Frost & Reed, Ltd., London.
Charles Waller Shayer was a painter of landscapes and sporting scenes. He was the son of William Shayer senior (artist) and brother to Henry Thring Shayer (artist). With his brother Henry he studied and worked in his father's studio. After the death of his father he moved with Henry to Wadsworth where he outlived him by fifty years...
By Clovis-Edmond Masson (French, 1838-1913)
Signed and Inscribed: "Salon des Beaux Arts"
Clovis Edmund Masson was born in Paris, where he also died in 1913. He was the student of Santiago, Barye and Rouillard. He exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1867 to 1881 and also exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, where he won an honorable mention in 1890. He was an Animalier who was best know for his group of Goats at Market (in the Château-Thierry Museum).
He is ...
Constant Eechault (Belgian, 19th Century)
Oil on panel, signed and dated 1870.
Painting size: 25.75” x 35.75”
Frame size: 32.5” x 42.5”
Constant Eechault was primarily a landscape painter, but in this work, he explores the Victorian fascination with 17th Century Dutch genre scenes and, perhaps, his own artistic heritage.
A bride and groom make a progress through a town street to a reception outside a stately ...
Eugène Henri Cauchois (French, 1850-1911)
Eugène Henri Cauchois was born February 14, 1850 in Rouen and died in Paris, October 11, 1911. He was a student of Cabanel, Duboc, and of Quost. Cauchois specialized in painting still life, flowers and fruit, genre scenes, landscapes, and marine scenes. He participated in and won medals at various exhibitions such as: Saint-Etienne Salon, 18...