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Karl Wagner (German, 1887-1966)
Moose in a Landscape
Oil-on-artist board, signed lower right
Painting Size: 11” x 14”
Wagner studied in Prague under Schwaiger and Thiele, in Munich with Marr and in Paris under Anglade. He traveled and painted in Italy, Spain and North Africa.
Provincial Italian Depiction of a Host in a Monstrance Surrounded by Cherubs
Oil on Wood Panel (some losses)
Possibly Sicilian, 18th Century
Panel Size: 10.75” x 8” Frame Size: 13” x 10.5”
French School (18th/19th Century)
Boy with a Mandolin
Oil on wood panel.
Painting size: 3” x 2.5”
Frame size: 8.75” x 8.25”
East Dennis Antiques
Reverse painting on glass, Dutch coastal scene, mid 19th century, in an of the period, papier mache frame with inlaid mother-of-pearl and gilt decoration, with an outer more recent suitable black lacquered bordering frame. The painting shows some typical separation of the paint from the glass. Painting size 6" X 9", framed size 10" X 13". We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
Reverse Painting on Glass of the Last Supper
European School 1750-1800
(losses, glass cracked L.R.)
Frame 13.5" x 14.5"
Street Scene in Naples
Oscar Ricciardi (Italian, 1864-1935)
Ricciardi began his studies under painter, Bernardo Celentano, and was also influenced by the "lively" style of Domenico Morelli. He initially painted similar "lively genre scenes" but later changed to painting landscapes and coastal seascapes, which were guaranteed to meet with more commercial success...
Harem Girl with Tambourine
Joseph Bernard was born October 19, 1864 in Puy-en-Velay (upper Loire), France. He was a student of Lefebvre, Boulanger, Chapuis, and of the Beaux-Arts school in Paris, where he was awarded the Crozatier award in 1883. Bernard exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris between 1886 and 1892. He was a professor of drawing and model sculpture at the city school...
Dutch Village with Children on a Frozen Canal
signed "A. Schelfhout" lower right.
Schelfhout was a painter of animals, animated landscapes, seascapes. He also painted in watercolor and worked as a designer. His father worked as a frame maker at the Hague. Schelfhout was a student of J. Brekenheimer and also studied in the academies in Brussels and Amsterdam. He came to be known as one of the three great landscape artists of Holland, along with B.C...
Still Life with Peaches, Grapes and Plums on a Stone Ledge
Brunel de Neuville was a painter who specialized in painting scenes with animals, flowers and fruit. He exhibited his paintings in Paris, at the Salon des Artistes Français beginning in 1879. He became a member of the Salon in 1907...
Horse and Trainer at a Jump
Oil-on-canvas, signed. There is a smaller version of this painting illustrated in ...British Equestrian Artists on pg. 186.
Provenance: The Jockey Club, Washington, D.C.
Davis' inclination toward his subject matter was an inevitable result of having been born to a family defined by fox-hunting. Davis' father was the huntsman to George III private harriers...
Landscapes with Figures - A Pair of Paintings
Oils on oak panel.
Baets is listed in E. Bénézit's, Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs and in Thieme/Becker's, Allegemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zu Gegenwart.
Painting size: 9.5" x 12.25"
[BIO]: Thieme-Becker also says that he was active in Antwerp at 1700 and married the sister of J.P. vanBauerscheit.
View on the Conway
Oil-on-canvas, signed and dated: (18)90.
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 painter of landscapes and costal scenes in oil. He studied at the Worcester School of Design and at the Royal Academy in 1853...
White Persian Kitten and Mother
Karl Kahler (Austrian, born 1855)
Oil-on-canvas laid down, signed.
Karl Kahler, a genre painter was born 1855 at Linz. His debut as an artist was in 1880 at Berlin. He exhibited at Dresden, Munich, and Vienna. He traveled frequently, especially to Australia. He is listed in Benezit's Dictionnaire des Peintres.
Painting: 29.25" x 24"
The Rainbow, Pevera
William Joseph J.C. Bond (British, 1835-1926)
Oil-on-canvas, signed and dated: "1889", and titled, signed and dated on the reverse.
A landscape and marine painter who worked well into the 20th century, Bond is still primarily defined as a 19th century artist. Although he began his career by painting in the Pre-Raphaelite style, he later turned to a more free style and took his greatest influence from JMW Turner...
The Thames at Windsor
H. East (British, fl.c.1890-1920)
Oil on canvas, signed.
Active around the turn of the century, East was a prolific painter who favored rural scenes and landscapes. In his lifetime, his works were never publicly exhibited. However, over time, they have found their way into numerous private collections...
Chevalier with Dog
Johann Hamza (Austrian, 1850-1927)
Oil on canvas, signed and dated: “1880” and located “Wein”.
A student at the Academy of Fine Art of Vienna, Hamza studied under Edward von Engerth. A highly skilled and technically gifted painter, he favored genre scenes set in a Rococo environment. In particular, he was known for his depictions of chevaliers and royalty. He exhibited in Vienna, Dresden, Munich and London where he won a gold medal in 1891.
William H. Jobbins (British, fl. 1872-1886)
Oil on canvas, signed and located: “Venice/(18)80” and retaining a paper gallery label on the reverse.
Provenance: Frost & Reed, London.
Jobbins was born in Nottingham, England, in 1836. He became a landscape painter in the best English School tradition. In 1872, he began exhibiting at both the Royal Academy and the New Watercolours Academy. His paintings shown at the Royal Academy featured scenes from Venice. He also...
Tabletop Still Life with Clock and Book
Joseph Zarutka (Hungarian, b. 1860)
Oil on panel, signed.
Zarutka was born in Hungary. However, when it was time for his to artistic training to begin, he traveled to Austria to study at the Academy of Vienna with Professor Pochwalski. Following his formal studies, he traveled throughout Europe. He ended in Paris where he remained for many years.