Figures in a Renaissance Interior
Painting: 17.5" x 23.25"
Frame: 28.5" x 32.25"
F.W. Searle (British, active late 19th century)
Watercolor on paper, signed lower left corner.
Painting size: 9.5” x 6.25”
Frame size: 14.775”x 12”
This painting of a boy playing with a soap bubble, pipe and bowl at the ready, is possibly a copy of a figure from a 17th-century Dutch genre scene...
Watercolor on paper, signed and dated: “1825” and titled below the mat. (repaired tear)
Sight size: 7” x 10”
Watercolor on Paper, signed, and titled, signed and located: “Paris, France” on the reverse.
Painting Size: 5.75” x8.75 ”
Frame Size: 12” x 15”
Porter Woodruff (American, early/mid-20th century)
Oil on panel, signed.
Provenance: from the Estate of Ella Poe Burling, Washington, DC.
Woodruff, a painter and illustrator, exhibited at the Salons of America in 1934. He created a striking Art Deco cover for Vogue in 1928 and is listed in Who Was Who in American Art by Falk.
Painting size: 19.75” x 26”
Frame size: 24.75” x 31”
Pre-Raphalite Beauty with a Crown of Flowers
Oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated “1876”; framed in the oval
Painting: 12” x 10”
Frame: 20” x 18”
Valentine Cameron Prinsep was born in Calcutta, the son of an Indian civil servant and was educated in Haileybury (Hertford, England)...
The Purple Cabbage
Oil on board, signed: “F. DeVito” on reverse.
Image size: 16” x 16”
Frame size: 22” x 22”
**Please Note: This item is not currently on view in our gallery. Please call at least 48 hours in advance if you wish to see it...
Frame: 5.5” x 4.75”
Oil on canvas, signed lower right
Painting size: 14.5” x 22.5”
Frame size: 19” x 27”
A native of Talbot County on Maryland's Eastern Shore, Marshall became a highly regarded landscapist, painting mainly in the impressionist manner. Solo exhibitions of his work were held at the Peabody Institute and at The Baltimore Museum of Art...
4" x 3"
This item has been sold. It remains on our website for internet research purposes.
The End of the Day
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left and on reverse; titled indistinctly on reverse.
Painting: 24" x 42"
Frame: 29.5" x 47.5"
Primarily a landscape painter of pastoral scenes, Hooper painted in a broad realistic style similar to that of H.J. Kinnaird. A prolific artist, he exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1885-1899 and at Suffolk Street from 1877-1878...
View Across the River
Oil on board, signed lower right
Painting: 23 ½” x 31”
Frame: 27 ¾” x 35 ¼”
Chidlaw was an Ohio artist, where he studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. He later studied at L’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In the early 1930’s Chidlaw traveled and studied in Europe and North Africa...
Mabel Gear (British, b. 1900)
Pastel on colored paper, signed.
Mabel Gear was a painter of birds and animals. She was born at the Ashby Rectory in Surrey, 1900. She studied at Colchester School of Art and under Septimus Power at Bushey. Gear exhibied at the Royal Academy; Royal Institute of Oil Painters; Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours; the Royal Society of British Artists, and abroad. She married Ivor I.J...
Now on View in Our Gallery
"Early Autumn Near Bedford PA."
Oil-on Board, signed, and titled on the reverse
Exhibited: The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstowm MD: A Seasonal View - The Landscapes of Benson Bond Moore, September 1 - October 27, 1996
Provenance: The Estate of a Toms River Collector
Painting: 14" x 18"
Frame: 18.25" x 22.5"
Benson Bond Moore, painter, etcher and teacher was born in Washington, DC...
Courtyard in Fontarrabie, Spain
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left, located ”Fontarabie” (sic) and dated “1926
Painting: 20” x 23 ½”
Frame: 29” x 33”
Fontarrabie is the French name for the Spanish town of Hondarribia. a coastal town in Basque country Spain, on the French border.
Léonard was a painter of figures, interiors, landscapes and still lifes...
George W. Picknell (American, 1864-1943)
Picknell was born in Springfield, Vermont in 1864, and studied in Paris with Constant and Lefebvre (1887-1890). After his studies in Paris, he was briefly an illustrator in Boston and New York. He returned to Paris for about fifteen years, painting throughout the country. He returned to the U.S. around 1911, and was active in Freehold, NJ...
The Day’s Bag
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right
Painting: 12” x 16”
Frame: 15” x 19”
The record of Benson’s work shows almost exclusively hunting dogs as his subjects. Typical of many mid 19th century paintings, this work shows two spaniels guarding the day’s kill while patiently waiting the return of their master.
The Soldier’s Dream of Home
Oil on canvas, laid down.
Painting size: 24.5” x 29.25”
Frame size: 35.5” x 40”
Hailing from a prominent English family of painters and engravers, Goodall rose to fame early in life. At the age of fourteen he won the silver medal at the Society of Arts. However, it would be his travels to Egypt, beginning at the age of 36, that would make and define his career...