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Lily Gabriella Spandorf (American, 1915-2000)
Watercolor on paper, signed lower right
Sight size: 9" x 13.25"
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Before making her home and career in Washington, DC, Spandorf was educated at the Academy of Fine Art in Vienna, Austria...
Morris Seymour Bloodgood (American 1845-1920)
The Forest Clearing
Oil on canvas, signed lower left
Painting: 20” x 16”
Bloodgood was born and died in NYC. He was a painter and teacher who began his career as an architect and studied at Cooper Union. He attended the National Academy of Design, where he became a drawing instructor, and the Art Students’ League...
Church at Night
Bernard Gussow (American, 1881-1957)
Oil on canvas, signed.
A Russian émigré, Gussow became a respected painter, lithographer and teacher in the United States...
Jacob Glushakow (American, 1914-2000)
Barn in Maryland
Oil on masonite, signed lower right.
Painting size: 16” x 20”
From his exceedingly humble start, Glushakow grew to become one of Baltimore's favorite sons. He was born aboard ship to Russian Jewish parents immigrating to the United States in the wake of WWI...
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William Richardson Tyler (American 1825-1896)
Misty Morning at Windsor Castle
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left
Painting Size: 18.5”” x 29.5”
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Tyler is known to have lived and worked in Troy, NY during the 1850‘s and 60‘s where, aside from Abel Buell Moore, he was Troy’s best known artist...
Thomas Sidney Moran
(American, early 20th century)
Oil on panel, signed lower right: “T.S. Moran”.
Painting size: 9” x 13”
Though sometimes confused with the famous landscape painter Thomas Moran, further research by Edan Hughes ("Artists in California 1786-1940") shows that this artist with a middle name of Sidney, is not the same.
Portrait of a Red Haired Gentleman
American School, early 19th Century
Oil on canvas with a pencil inscription lower left: “Jacob Lam...t, born: April 4th, 1798”.
Painting size: 18.25” x 13.75”
Judging by the gentleman’s frock coat, collar and hair style, this was probably painted circa 1820.
William H. Littlefield (American, 1902-1969)
Backyard, Falmouth (Massachusetts)
Mixed Media on grey paper (laid down), Signed lower left and dated: "1940" and signed, titled and dated on the reverse.
Painting: 17.75" x 24"
Littlefield was born in Roxbury, MA and studied at Harvard. He studied with Canadian born impressionist Adeline Wolever...
Charles A. Watson (American, 1857-1923)
Oil on artist board, signed.
Painting size: 6” x 8”
Watson was born in Baltimore, MD. He studied with A. Castaigne, E.S. Whiteman and D. Woodward. A founding member of the Baltimore Charcoal Club, he was also a member of the Baltimore Watercolor Club. Watson exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Annual Exhibition in 1906...
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19.5" x 33.5" canvas and approx. 30" 43.5" framed. Signed lower left. Bio from askart.com: Thomas Corwin Lindsay, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, was a well-known painter of landscapes, animal subjects and occasional portraits. He studied in Dusseldorf, Germany, in the 1860s, but lived and worked most of his life in his native city where he opened a studio in 1856 or 1857...
Street Scene in Tunisia
Porter Woodruff (American, early/mid-20th century)
Gouache on paper, inscribed: “To Ella, Porter Woodruff”.
Provenance: from the Estate of Ella Poe Burling, Washington, DC.
Woodruff, a painter and illustrator, exhibited at the Salons of America in 1934...
Clark Marshall (American, 1862-1944)
Oil on canvas, signed lower right
Painting size: 14.5” x 22.5”
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...
William Jurian Kaula (American, 1871-1953)
Landscape in Normandy
Oil on canvas, retaining a partial exhibition label with title, artist and the address: “311 Fenway Studios - Boston”. Also maintaining a partial "Paris" label on the stretcher.
Painting size: 23.5” x 28.75”
A plein aire landscape artist, Kaula began his artistic training at the Massachusetts Normal Art School...
American School, Circa 1860
The White Mountains of New Hampshire
Oil on artist board, with the original frame having ears of corn decoration
Painting: 8" x 10"
Red Haired Girl on Leopard Skin Rug
Gertrude G. Grey (American, 19th/20th century)
Oil on canvas, signed and dated: "1909".
Provenance: the Estate of Virgil McMahan.
Painting size: 20" x 24"
Grey was active in Washington, DC from 1905-1920 except for a brief period in Paris...
Oil on paper, portrait of a yeshiva boy in Baltimore, monogrammed SB and dated 1903...
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William Aiken Walker (American, b. c.1838-1921)
Man in a Cottonfield
Oil on board, signed lower left.
Painting Size: 8.25” x 4.25”
A lifelong artist, Walker exhibited his first painting at the age of twelve and continued to paint until his death 71 years later.
In the 1860’s Walker traveled to Dusseldorf for artistic training and remained for several years. Returning to Charleston, he joined the Confederate Ar...
Max Weyl (American, 1837-1914)
Path through the Trees
Oil on canvas, signed.
Painting size: 22.5” x 19.25”
Max Weyl was born Dec. 1, 1837, in Germany and immigrated with his family to Williamsport, PA in 1853. At this time and after his arrival in Washington, DC in 1861, Weyl earned his living as an itinerant watch repairman. At the relatively young age of 24, he had saved enough money to open his own jewelry shop at ...