This is an original oil on paper modernist floral still life. No visible signature, The sight size is 13X10 1/2 inches, nicely framed with a linen mat and white fillet. The work looks to be early European 20th century. In the style of Odilon Redon. Very thickly painted. Over all frame measures 28X21 inches
This original landscape by H. Wayland depicts a child walking along a peaceful country lane. An oil on canvas measuring 12 x 23 inches with the artists' signature in the lower right and a brass plaque with the artists name on the lower center. It appears to be housed in its original frame. Title is on the reverse.
This is an original watercolor on paper painting by American artist Morris Henry Hobbs. The title is: "Mt. Monadnock from Adams Studio June 1944" identified on the back of the sheet. Signed lower left corner. The painting measures 11X14 inches. This painting was created during the time that Hobbs was an artist in residence at the McDowell Art Colony in Peterborough N.H. in 1944. Adams Studio is one of the many that make up this art colony.
Mixed media on paper, visible size: 12 1/2 x 19 inches, signed lower right, framed.
This is an original watercolor on paper by American artist Morris Henry Hobbs. The title of this work is: 'White Birches, New Hampshire" This painting was created during the artist's residency at the MacDowell art colony in Peterborough N.H. where he worked in 1943 and 44. The painting is clearly signed lower left corner. The painting measures 10 1/2X13 3/4 inches.
Watercolor on paper, visible size 18 5/8 x 13 1/4 inches, 1892, signed "W.F.Stecher.92" upper left, Stecher was a Boston painter and book illustrator. Unframed.
Oil on board, visible size 14 1/4 x 22 1/2 inches, signed lower right, framed
This is an original watercolor painting by American artist Morris Henry Hobbs. The title is: "Mt. Monadnock, New Hampshire,1945" This work was created when Hobbs was a guest artist at the Mcdowell art colony in New Hampshire. The painting measures 11 1/2X17 1/2 inches. Hand signed lower left edge of the image and titled and dated on the back of the sheet. This painting is unframed.
This is an original watercolor painting by American artist Morris Henry Hobbs. Untitled, a view of the Woods in New Hampshire. This image was created in 1945 during his stay at the McDowell Colony as a guest artist in 1945. The well known art Colony is in Peterborough NH. The southwest corner of the state. The painting measures 20X14 inches. Hand signed in ink in the lower edge of the image.
This is a sweetly intimate portrait of a young woman, oil on board, 6 5/8 x 4 5/8 inches, c. 1920, signed lower right, framed. John Califano grew up in Italy and began showing his work as a young man, winning a gold medal in Naples, Italy. In 1881 he emigrated to the United States where he lived for several years in Chicago before settling in California. He was known for his California landscapes as well as portraits and genre scenes and showed his work at the National Academy of Design, New York, and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Attributed to Paul Sandby. Painting measures 5 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. 1800's. A vibrant and energetic painting despite the gray palette. Paul Sandby, the brother of Thomas Sandby, was an English engraver and painter. He began his artistic career as a landscape painter and draftsman for the Scottish military. As a printmaker, Sandby popularized the use of aquatint, and was considered to be the father of British watercolors. In 1768 the brothers were both among the twenty-eight of the original members of the Royal Academy.
A lovely oil on canvas, c. 1905, measuring 15 x 12 inches, initials on the lower left corner of the painting,"A.T.S". Boston School early 20th century, with Boston canvas label on the back. (M)
8 x 6 inch gouache painting on 12 1/2 x 10 inch paper. Signed in the lower right. From the collection of Dr. A. Falk, Munich. Circa 1920.
Inscription in German in pencil reads: "Wenn se Dir man blos nich erwischen - Justav!" "hab man Keene Angst ick Kenne den Rummel - ick war selba Polizeipra'sident'!" Which roughly translates to: "Don't get caught!" "Have no fear, I know the Head of Police!"
This is an original watercolor on paper painting by American artist Morris Henry Hobbs. The title is: "Summit, Mt. Monadnock,,July 22 1944", This painting is signed and dated lower left corner and also titled and dated on the back of the sheet. The image measures 10X14 inches.
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