This is an original drypoint etching by Scotish artist David Muirhead Bone. It is titled: Fish Market no.2, Venice. It was created and printed in 1915. This etching is hand signed in pencil lower right border and has an image size of 9X11 1/2 inches. A very rich impression showing a rich drypoint burr in the inking. This image appears in the Dodgson catalog as image number 344.II. Previously sold by Arthur Harlow in New York.
This is an original oil on canvas painting by American marine artist Harry Chase. The title is: Windy Day Coast of Holland. It is signed and dated , Scheveningen 1879 in the lower right corner and titled on the back of the canvas. The painting measures 20X36 inches and is in a fine carved gilt picture frame. This painting was created during his time studying in Holland under Mesdag and Gerdts. He was strongly influenced by the Hague School of Dutch Impressionism. He brought back to America many of his paintings done in those three years in Holland. These paintings were brought back to St. Louis where they were offered in a solo show at Pettes and Leathe Gallery in St. Louis in 1880. All of his paintings were sold at this show.He also illustrated the catalog with etchings of his paintings.. This one, A Windy Day, was purchased by Marc Holmes of St. Louis, later Chicago. A fine impressionistic view of the Coast of Holland. We have extensive information about the provenance of this work.
This is an original charcoal and watercolor drawing by French Master artist Jacques Villon. This view of a young woman is hand signed in pencil lower left. The image measures 7X4 1/2 inches, nicely framed. A fine belle epoque image circa 1900.