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Robert Fawcett (American, 1903-1967)
The Fall of the Fothergays: an illustration for publication in The Saturday Evening Post
Watercolor on Whatman board, signed with initials and retaining a paper label on reverse with publication information.
Image size: 14” x 16.75”
Fawcett began his artistic training as an apprentice to an engraver when his family immigrated to Canada from England...
Reuben LeGrande Johnston (American, 1850-1918)
Watercolor on paper, signed.
Johnston was a painter and teacher born in Alexandria, VA in 1850. He studied briefly with Dr. A.J. Volck in Baltimore, but was primarily self-taught in art, developing his skills while traveling and working in England, France, Spain, Tangiers and Morocco.
He was a resident of New York City when he exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1877 and 1880...
Lady in a Garden
William B. Bennett (British, fl. 1900-1913)
Watercolor on paper, signed and dated: “1906”
. Provenance: Taggart, Jorgensen & Putman, Washington, DC.
A painter of landscape and genre scenes, Bennett exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1900 to 1913. He made his home in Bushey, Hertford-shire. Bennett is listed in the Dictionary of British Art, Vol...
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Unframed, this fine watercolor depicts a boy at a market. 16" x 12"--Polly Nordell was the wife of Carl Nordell and she studied at RISD and with Toman, the Chase School, the ASL and with Dumond and Henri. Widely exhibited.
Officer on a White Horse
Theodore Fort (French, 19th C.)
Watercolor-on-paper, signed, Circa 1884
Provenance: Arthur Anderson, Esq. (According to the inscription on old mat), the Estate of Eugene Sussel.
Fort was a watercolor artist who made his debut in the Paris Salon of 1842 and was the son of Simon Fort. He is represented in the Louvre, the Mulhouse Museum and at Pontoise and is listed in Benezit, Dictionnaire des Peintres.
Frame size: 20.5" x 17"