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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...
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16" x 24" oil on canvas, signed lower left. Bio from askart.com:Walter Francis Brown was a painter and illustrator whose specialty was scenes of Venice, his adopted home. He studied at Brown University and in Paris with Jean Leon Gerome. His work can be found at the Hay Library in Providence, Rhode Island. He was an illustrator for 'A Tramp Abroad', by Mark Twain, and 'Roger Williams', by Charles Miller. Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"
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...
Henry Arthur Elkins (American, 1847-1884)
Artists Falls Near North Conway, New Hampshire
Oil on canvas, signed lower right and located on the reverse...
Child Resting with Dog (Circa 1830-40)
After a similar composition by Thomas Sully (American 1783-1872)
Oil on canvas, mounted on panel.
Painting size: 23” x 30”
This charming genre painting shows a young girl briefly at rest, having filled her upturned hat with pink and white roses...
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...
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...
Paintings : Pre 1920 item #1117067 (stock #10162)
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Benson Bond Moore (American,1882-1974)
Autumn in the Blue Ridge Mountains (near Emmittsburg, PA[sic]) 1955
Oil on board, signed lower left and dated “1955”. Titled on the reverse
Painting Size: 15.5” x 19.5”
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Benson Bond Moore, painter, etcher and teacher was born in Washington, DC...
Enrico Gamba (Italian, 1831-1883)
Oil-on-artist board; signed lower left.
Exhibited: Museo de Bellas Artes, Vina del Mar, Chile.
Gamba painted landscapes, history and genre scenes. He was born on January 3, 1831 in Turin and died in the same city on October 9, 1883. Here he studied at the Academia Albertina with Cusa and Arienti, and in 1850, he went to Francfort-sur-le-Mein, where he studied with Steinle...
French School, Mid 18th Century
The Hurdy Gurdy Player
Oil on canvas
Painting Size: 12.25” x 10.5”
This charming moonlit scene with peasants around a campfire and its monochromatic harmony place it in a tradition of genre painting that goes all the way back to Brueghel...
George Elmer Browne (American, 1871-1946)
Brittany Village at Night
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right.
Painting: 22” x 26”
Browne was born in Gloucester, MA, May 6, 1871. He studied at the School of Drawing and Painting, the Museum of Fine Arts, and Cowles Art School all in Boston, as well as at the Academie Julien in Paris, under Lefebvre and Robert-Fleury...
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...
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...
I. or J. Hoffmann (German, 19th - 20th century)
Cart in a Courtyard
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right and dated “1906”
Marcello Muccini (Italian 1926-1978)
View of Rome
Oil-on Canvas, Signed
Painting 24" x 35.5"
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John Henry Smith (British, fl.1852-1893)
An Artist at Work
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left and dated “1863”
Painting Size: 22.25” x 18”
This charming portrait of a young woman artist at work is a wonderful depiction of the painter and her tools. Her subject of a vase of flowers with fruit sits on a table to her right. The sturdy adjustable easel has a shelf where she has laid out her tubes of pigments...
Edmund Louyot (1861-1920)
Impressionist Landscape with Stream
Oil on Canvas laid down, Signed and Retaining an Exhibition Pamphlet from a 1920 exhibit.
Painting: 21" x 26.5"
Louyot was born in La Lobe in the Lorraine region of northern France. He was the second son of a prominent family in the town of Arry where his father was the mayor...
Eugene Dunlap (Am, 1916-1999)
Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. and signed and titled on the reverse.
Paintiing: 30" x 36"
EUGENE DUNLAP was a resident of Pasadena, CA., and is best known for landscapes & coastal scenes of Southern California. He was born in Los Angeles, California on October 22, 1916. Dunlap grew up in Los Angeles and began painting at age eight...