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Attributed to Henry Ward Ranger
Oil on canvas.
Painting size: 15” x 18”
A leading “Tonalist” painter in the United States, Ranger honed his skills with the French Barbizon School, and the Dutch Hague School in the 1890s. Very much inspired by what he learned abroad, he returned to the United States and helped establish an artists’ colony in Old Lyme, Connecticut around 1900...
Farm by a Stream
(American School, Late 19th Century)
Oil on canvas, signed with monogram in lower right corner, “HR.”
This American Impressionist landscape of a farm at dusk uses color with great effect in terms of formal composition and mood. The bold use of yellow for the sky, scumbled with purple clouds, is reflected in the water below, creating bands of light that seemingly expand beyond the painting’s dimensions...
American Impressionist School
(Late 19th century)
Landscape with Stream
Oil on board, signed indistinctly with initials in lower right corner.
Painting size: 3.75” x 5.25”
This delicately rendered landscape is the work of a skilled artist, evidenced by the whispy brushstrokes used to deliniate the young trees and the shimmering, reflective surface of the stream.
Sunset Over the Lake
American School, 19th Century
Signed with initials. Circa 1870-80.
Painting: 2” x 4.75”
New York City Hall, Oct. 1765 Site of Stamp Act Congress.
(American School, early- to mid- 20th Century)
Oil on canvas board, titled on reverse.
Painting: 11” x 14”
The strong linear forms and attention to architectural detail suggests that this painting is the work of a skilled illustrator.
A Pennsylvania Road
Oil on canvas, signed and retaining an exhibition label on the reverse from the 1934 Society of Washington Artists Exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Walter exhibited with the Society of Washington Artists in the 1920s and 1930s, was well as in the Greater Washington Independent Exhibition in 1935...
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Oil on canvas, approx. 32" x 35" image size and framed, 44" x 42" Biography from AskART: Born in Newark, New Jersey, Henry Rankin Poore became a painter of rural landscape subjects, fox hunting, portraits, and animals. He has been described as a "spirited and versatile artist, able to paint on diverse themes and noted for his sporting pictures as well as genre and landscape paintings." (Zellman 544) He was raised in California and planned to study for the ministry...
Douglas Brown (American, 1907-1970)
Western Scene with Conestoga Wagon
Oil on cardboard, signed.
Image size: 18” x 24”
Born of Scottish parents, Brown spent his early life in Dundee. He came to this country in his early 20's and settled in St.Louis. He later moved to Trinity, NC where he worked for many years at Alderman Studios in High Point, NC
Basket of Lilacs
Attributed to Jonas LaValley (American, 1858-1930)
Oil on canvas, circa. 1885...
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New Hampshire School, "Birches By A Stream", oil on canvas, in excellent untouched condition, circa 1880, unsigned, unframed. 20"x30". ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE VERMONT ANTIQUES DEALERS ASSOCIATION (VADA), THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). **
A Quiet Day, New York
(American School, circa 1880.)
Oil on canvas, signed with initials “CB” in lower right corner; Titled and signed indistinctly on reverse.
Sight size: 19.75” x 27”
In this charming pastoral scene, two cows laze in an grassy field under a soft blue sky...
R. Hendschel (American, active late 19th century)
Portrait of a Dog
Oil on panel, signed and dated upper right corner, “R. Hendschel ‘91.”
Sight size: 14.5” x 10.5”
This “portrait” may possibly be of an Australian Shepherd. While painted by an amateur artist, the careful rendering of the dog’s distinctive black and white markings, warm eyes and collar indicate a tender affection for the sitter.
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Houses Along the Lake
Edward A. Goodes (American, 1832-1910)
Oil-on-canvas, signed and dated 188?, bottom right corner. Stretcher retains a partial supplier’s label.
Painting: 12” x 22”
With its craggy mountains, dense trees and open sky, Goodes’ Houses Along the Lake recalls Hudson River School paintings and their celebration of the American landscape...
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22" x 29" oil on artist board. Signed lower left. Newly framed in gold leaf frame with reeded edge. Andrew T. Schwartz was born in Louisville, Kentucky. His early education was in the public schools of his hometown, where he showed great promise as an artist. In 1890, he began intense art study with the famed Frank Duveneck at the Cincinnati ArtAcademy. He later studied with H...
16" x 10" price unframed.
Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939)
East Side Ice
Oil on artist board, signed. Matted, unframed
Image size: 12” x 17”
Following a career in illustration, Wooten turned to fine art, presenting Native American works in a unique contemporary fashion...
The Chestnut Seller
American School, mid 19th Century.
Oil on canvas.
Painting Size: 9.75” x 7.75”
Joseph Mortimer Lichtenauer, Jr.
(American, 1876-1966 )
Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left corner “Lichtenauer 1904.”
Painting: 28” x 40”
Born in New York City, Joseph Mortimer Lichtenauer studied at the Art Students League before moving to Paris where he entered the Académie Julian...