20" x 16", oil on canvas, signed lower right. David Burliuk was a central figure in the history of the Russian avant-garde movement as an accomplished poet, art critic, and exhibition organizer. "He was one of the world's first hippies, and painted the words 'I Burliuk' on his forehead and stood on street corners reciting poetry." He was born into a privileged class of Russian society...
Beautiful, large painting depicting a Brittany couple. Deschamps lived and worked in France 1846-1902. Approx. 59.5" x 51"
Oil on canvas, 14" x 20". Signed lower left. Gloucester. Excellent view of Gloucester Harbor and note original title on stretcher in artist's hand.
OIl on canvas, 15" square. Signed. Bio from askart.com: Abraham A. Manievich was known as a Post-Impressionist landscape painter. His subjects were Ukrainian and Lithuanian village and country scenes, and street scenes of Moscow, Kiev, and Petrograd. He painted in a bold Fauvist style, and exhibited with the important French Fauvists...
Depicting the chipper ship Pharos, a listed vessel, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1869 and Liverpool, in a walnut frame with carved corners which appears to be original, 28" x 41" and canvas size approx. 24" x 36"
Oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated. 24" x 19 " in the custom frame and about 17" x 12" canvas size. Bio from askart.com: Enoch Wood Perry was a multi-faceted painter, whose wide-ranging subject matter included genre, portrait and landscape. He was born in 1831 in Boston. As a teenager and young man in New Orleans, Perry showed great enterprise and determination to be an artist...
14" x 20" oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated. In custom frame: 20" x 26.5" bio from askart.com: FRANKLIN BENJAMIN DEHAVEN, N.A. (1856-1934) Based on his birth certificate, Franklin B. DeHaven was actually born Benjamin Franklin DeHaven in Bluffton, Indiana on December 26,1856. DeHaven later arrived in New York City in 1886...
25" x 30" oil on canvas, signed lower left, view of Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire. Bio from askart.cm: Wiegand, GUSTAVE (ADOLPHE) Painter. Born in Bremen, Germany, Oct. 2, 1870. Died Nov. 3, 1957, in Old Chatham, NY. Pupil of Dresden Royal Academy under Eugene Bracht; Chase in New York. Member: Salmagundi Club; Allied Artists of America: New York Society of Painters; National Arts Club (life). Awards: Bronze medal, St...
21" x 26", Gerard Valk (1652-1726) and Leonard Valk (1675-1746) specialized in maps and globes in the Netherlands and London. This map is of "Magna Britannia, aut Anglia, Scotia et Hibernia, quarum prior divisa in septem Regna, sive Provincias, dictas Northumbriam, Merciam, Angliam Orient : Essexiam, Cantium, Sus Sexiam, Westsexiam, et Princi: Walliae: posterior in Septent: et Austr: Scotiam…"
Red chalk drawing in Italian cassetta frame with carved detail. Frame size 20" x 16"
Red wash ink on laid paper. Frame size 20" x 13".
Signed by E. P. Boone, October 18, 1884. 10" x 16" framed
Oil on canvas, unsigned. Image size 24" x 32", frame size 32" x 41. Bio from AskArt.com: Born in Monroe, Wisconsin, Adam Albright was one of the first students at the newly established Art Institute of Chicago from 1881 to 1883 and went on to become a noted landscape, still life, and figure painter, especially of country children...
Oil on wood panel, 7" x 10",, historically one of a pair of fox hunting paintings.
Watercolor on ivory in antique frame.
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Geo Washington owned the same print which still hangs in Mount Vernon, engraved by Cheesman), London 1796. With margins cropped off, image size: 25" x 17"--in the nice custom eglomise glass mat and Munn frame, 35.5" x 26.5"--note good condition except for border, no foxing.
6" x 8" in eglomise mat and thin brass frame. Charming scene acquired by a collector and consigned to us.
Set of four prints of butterflies after Georg-Wolfgang Knorr, 1705-1761, German engraver and naturalist. 26" x 21 1/4" framed. Note: printed at bottom right: "G. W. Knorr excudit Norib."