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Medium: Oil
Military Camp Scene and Battle. Pietro Graziani (XVII/XVIII century), entourage
Located in Firenze, IT
Military Camp Scene and Battle. Pietro Graziani (XVII/XVIII century), entourage. A pair ( two) of small paintings. Antique XIX century frames in gilt wood.  In good condition. Oi...
Category

Early 18th Century Old Masters Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

XVIIcentury Male Portrait With A Spanish Beard And Mustache. North Italian
Located in Firenze, IT
The portrait of a man with a Spanish-style beard and mustache is a work that captures the essence of the North Italian pictorial school of the 17th century. This portrait, probably ...
Category

18th Century and Earlier Italian School Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Final Birds
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Oil paint and oil on paper mounted on wood panel. Mostly monochromatic gestural abstraction with multiple bird images.
Category

2010s Abstract Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Mixed Media, Oil, Wood Panel

Navigation
Located in London, GB
Artist: Olga Volha Piashko Painting: acrylic on canvas Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork Painting size:120x100x0,1 cm Frame: Not Framed The canvas is shipped...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Expressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil, Acrylic

18th Century Allegory Giandomenico Cignaroli Apollo Oil on Canvas Blue White
Located in Sanremo, IT
Painting oil on canvas measuring 68 x 92 cm without frame and 88 x 112 cm with frame depicting the allegory of the liberal arts with geometry, geography and mathematics with Apollo a...
Category

Late 18th Century Italian School Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

18th Century Allegory Giandomenico Cignaroli Liberal Arts Oil on Canvas Blue
Located in Sanremo, IT
Painting oil on canvas measuring 68 x 92 cm without frame and 88 x 112 cm with frame depicting the allegory of the liberal arts painting, sculpture and music on one side with Minerva...
Category

1770s Italian School Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

French School -Portrait Summer La Baule 9 -Idleness Therapy XL Impressionist
Located in Zofingen, AG
Summer in La Baule 9- Idleness Therapy Scene: Women enjoying sunbathing in La Baule Technique: oil, acrylic, and ink on old book pages on wooden frame 80x80 cm ■■ 31.5x31.5 inch ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Ink, Oil, Acrylic

Le Havre, Lively Quay, Oil On Canvas 19th Century
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Le Havre, lively quay. Oil on canvas 19th century. Bears a M. Koekkoek signature at the bottom left. Relining. Old restorations. Light cracking. Small paint losses in the sky. Good g...
Category

19th Century Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Ryewater in Summer, Original painting, Nature art, Floral, Flowers, Meadows
Located in Deddington, GB
The delicate summery pastel shades of this work capture a traditional wildflower meadow in June. The colours are drawn from soft green grasses and the pretty pinks and yellows of the...
Category

2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Permafrost by Alexis Kandra, wildlife, animals, landscape, ecological, nature
Located in Jersey City, NJ
"Permafrost" by Alexis Kandra is an original oil painting with black and gold foil measuring 48" high x 48" wide x 1.75" deep. It is set in a surreal fantasy ecosystem setting with a...
Category

2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Panel, Wood Panel

The Striped Mug
Located in Manchester, GB
The Striped Mug 2005 By Mary Fedden Oil on board 37 x 41.5cm framed
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Board, Oil

Roman school, circa 1740. Countryside Interlude with Horses near Rome.
Located in Firenze, IT
Countryside Interlude with Horses (Sosta in campagna) PAOLO MONALDI (post 1710 - post 1779), entourage ante 1750 Oil on canvas Measurements: Unframed: 45 x 31 cm. Framed: 61 x ...
Category

18th Century Italian School Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Portrait Of Young Man In Uniform, Oil On Canvas 19th Century
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Portrait of young man in uniform. Oil on canvas late 19th century. Light cracks, small scratches, small paint losses, to be cleaned. 73 x 60 cm
Category

Late 19th Century Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Magic horse racing, 100x200cm, Oil, Canvas, Sand
Located in Yerevan, AM
Magic horse racing, 100x200cm, Oil, Canvas, Sand
Category

2010s Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Judith Holding Holofernes' Head - Oil Painting - 17th Century
Located in Roma, IT
Judith Holding Holofernes' Head is an old master artwork realized by an unknown Artist of 17th century. Oil on canvas. The painting depicts Judith Holding the head of Holofernes.
Category

17th Century Modern Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Paint, Oil

Abba - cube, 120x120cm, Oil, Canvas, sand
Located in Yerevan, AM
Abba - cube, 120x120сm, Oil, Canvas, sand
Category

2010s Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Large Grand Tour 18th Century Capriccio Painting Roman Ruins after Gennaro Greco
Located in Cotignac, FR
A fine, large 18th century veduta capriccio scene with temple ruins after Gennaro Greco from the circle of Pietro Cappelli. The painting is presented in a more modern carved gilt woo...
Category

18th Century Baroque Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Fine Italian Old Master Oil Painting c. 1700's The Madonna Christ Child St. John
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The Madonna, Christ Child and St. John Italian Old Master, circa 1700's period oil painting on canvas, unframed Canvas: 28.5 x 24 inches conditon: overall very good for its age, a fe...
Category

Early 18th Century Old Masters Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Andrada Trapnell's 'Reaching For the Sun' Original Monkey Oil Painting
Located in Denver, CO
Andrada Trapnell's "Reaching for the Sun" is a captivating original artwork created in 2023. This piece measures 30 x 40 inches and features a masterful blend of oil on board. The pa...
Category

2010s Realist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Board

"Bluebonnet Creek" Texas Hill Country 1957 39 x 49 Framed!!!
Located in San Antonio, TX
Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 30 x 40 Frame Size: 39 x 49 Medium: Oil on Canvas Dated 1957 "Bluebonnet Creek" Texas Hill Country Biography Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) Porfirio Salinas was a self-taught artist who painted landscapes of Central Texas with an emphasis on the vast bluebonnet fields that grow there in the springtime. Born in 1910 in Bastrop, Texas, he attended public schools in San Antonio. He also observed works in progress by the director of the San Antonio Art School, Jose Arpa, as well as landscape painter, Robert Wood. Wood is said to have paid Salinas five dollars a picture to paint bluebonnets because "he hated to paint bluebonnets". Salinas served in the military from 1943 to 1945. Although he was assigned to Fort Sam Houston, he was allowed to live at home. At the fort, Colonel Telesphor Gottchalk assigned him to paint murals for the officer's lounge and various other projects, and Salinas continued to be able to paint during his entire conscripted period. Even before he achieved notoriety among galleries, dealers, and museums, Salinas was widely followed and appreciated by many Texans, including former President Lyndon B. Johnson, who may be considered responsible for launching Salinas popularity beyond the boundaries of Texas. In 1973, Texas capital, Austin, honored Salinas for having "done much to bring the culture of Mexico and Texas closer together with his paintings". Salinas died in April 1973 in San Antonio, Texas. From the years of the Great Depression through President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society of the 1960s, Texan Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) remained one of the Lone Star State's most popular artists. Today, his works remain popular with Texas collectors and those who love landscapes of the beautiful "Hill Country" that lies in the center of the state. One of the first Mexican American painters to become widely recognized for his art, Salinas was a favorite of President Lyndon Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, as well as of Sam Rayburn, the longest-serving Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Texas Governor John Connelly. In fact, President Johnson was so enamored with his Salinas paintings that the artist will forever be associated with America's first Texas-born President. Works by Porfirio Salinas are in a number of museum collections, grace the halls of the Texas State Capitol and the Governor's Mansion in Austin, and are included in virtually every major private collection of Early Texas Art. Porfirio Salinas was born on November 6, 1910, near the small town of Bastrop, Texas, about thirty miles from Austin. His father, Porfirio G. Salinas (1881-1967), and his mother, Clara G. Chavez, struggled to make a hardscrabble living as tenant farmers, but eventually were forced to give up farming. The family moved to San Antonio, where Salinas' father was able to get a job working as a laborer for the railroad, but the scenic area around Bastrop, with its pine trees and the wide expanse of the Rio Grande River, would forever remain a touchstone for the artist. For the rest of his life, Salinas and his brothers went back frequently to visit their grandmother in her little farmhouse. When in Bastrop, Porfirio painted on the banks of the Rio Grande or in the groves of pine trees. The Salinas family was close-knit and Porfirio was the middle child of five children, so he had an older brother and sister as well as a younger brother and sister. His mother was a native of Mexico, so throughout his childhood the family made the long drive to Mexico to visit Clara Salinas' family. As a child growing up in the bi-lingual section of San Antonio, Salinas drew and painted incessantly and by the time he was ten, he was already producing work that was mature enough to sell to his schoolteachers. Many years later in an article in the New York Times he was described as a "boy whose textbooks were seldom opened and whose sketchbook was never closed." Instead of studying, the young artist spent his spare time watching artists paint in and around San Antonio. As an aspiring painter, Salinas was fortunate to grow up in the historic city, which had the most active art scene in Texas. It was his exposure to older, professional painters that encouraged the precocious young painter to leave school early in order to help his family and pursue a career as a professional artist, despite his father's inability to see art as a career with any future for his son. When Salinas was about fifteen he came to know the artist Robert W. Wood (1889-1979). He met Wood while he was employed in an art supply store and he soon began to work as an assistant to the English-born painter, who had moved from Portland to San Antonio in 1924. Although the diminutive Englishman was already an established professional artist, he did not have a great deal of formal art training and so he was then studying with the academically trained Spanish painter Jose Arpa (1858-1952) in order to augment his knowledge and give his work a more polished look. Salinas was an eager young man, and while working in Wood's downtown San Antonio studio he learned to stretch canvases, frame paintings and to sketch in larger compositions from small plein-air studies for the English artist. He began to accompany Wood and Arpa to the hills outside San Antonio, where they painted small Plein-air studies of fields of blue lupin - the state flower, the famous "Bluebonnets" of Texas - in the springtime and scenes of the gnarled Red Oaks as they changed color in the fall. He was soon assisting Wood in the tedious work of painting the tiny blue flowers that collectors wanted to see in the landscapes they purchased of central Texas. According to a 1972 newspaper story, "Legend has it that one day in the 1920s artist Robert Wood decided he could not bear to paint another bluebonnet in one of his landscapes. He hired young Porfirio Salinas to paint them in for him at five dollars a painting." Whether this story is accurate or apocryphal isn't clear, but the ambitious and independent young Salinas wasn't destined to be anyone's assistant for very long. The formative event of Porfirio Salinas' teenage years was the Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions, a Roaring-Twenties dream of the eccentric oilman Edgar B. Davis (1873-1951). These competitive shows of paintings of wildflowers and Texas life were mounted in San Antonio from 1927 to 1929. Held at the newly opened Witte Museum each spring, the exhibition featured large cash prizes donated by the philanthropic Davis, which were an inducement for artists to travel from all over the United States to paint in the Hill Country of Texas. The "Davis Competitions," as they were known, helped to cement San Antonio's reputation as an art center, a legacy that remains with the "River City" today. The shows generated a great deal of excitement in the area, helping to make celebrities of the some of the artists who had already settled there and encouraging others to make San Antonio their home. Over the three years that the wildflower competitions were held, more than 300 paintings were exhibited, and many thousands of viewers saw the paintings at the Witte Museum and on tours throughout the state and in New York. Each year Davis would generously purchase the winning paintings and then donate them to the San Antonio Art League. Young Porfirio Salinas would have been able to not only watch his two mentors - Robert W. Wood and Jose Arpa - paint the works that they entered in the Davis Competitions, he would have been able to see Arpa take several of the major prizes, receiving the judge's accolades for "Verbena," "Cactus Flower" and "Picking Cotton," works that are still on view at the San Antonio Art League Museum today. Unfortunately, Davis eventually put his donations to work in other charitable endeavors, bringing to an end the wildflower events, but only after they inspired Salinas and other young painters and had helped to make wildflower paintings the most sought-after subject for traditionalist Texas collectors. In 1930, when he was only twenty, Salinas hung out a shingle and began to paint professionally, augmenting the sales of his easel paintings with what little business he could garner by painting signs for local concerns. It was a struggle for the young artist to make a living, as the effects of the Great Depression were settling in. His early works are very similar to those of Robert Wood's, both in subject matter and treatment. Salinas did small paintings of Bluebonnets for the tourists who visited San Antonio to see the famous Alamo as well as paintings of the Texas missions...
Category

1950s Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil

"Lazy Days Blues" TEXAS BLUEBONNETS, NICE LARGER SIZE LANDSCAPE CIRCA 1950
Located in San Antonio, TX
Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 25 x 30 Frame Size: 34 x 39 Medium: Oil on Canvas Circa 1950 "Lazy Day Blues" Texas Bluebonnet Biography Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) Porfirio Salinas was a self-taught artist who painted landscapes of Central Texas with an emphasis on the vast bluebonnet fields that grow there in the springtime. Born in 1910 in Bastrop, Texas, he attended public schools in San Antonio. He also observed works in progress by the director of the San Antonio Art School, Jose Arpa, as well as landscape painter, Robert Wood. Wood is said to have paid Salinas five dollars a picture to paint bluebonnets because "he hated to paint bluebonnets". Salinas served in the military from 1943 to 1945. Although he was assigned to Fort Sam Houston, he was allowed to live at home. At the fort, Colonel Telesphor Gottchalk assigned him to paint murals for the officer's lounge and various other projects, and Salinas continued to be able to paint during his entire conscripted period. Even before he achieved notoriety among galleries, dealers, and museums, Salinas was widely followed and appreciated by many Texans, including former President Lyndon B. Johnson, who may be considered responsible for launching Salinas popularity beyond the boundaries of Texas. In 1973, Texas capital, Austin, honored Salinas for having "done much to bring the culture of Mexico and Texas closer together with his paintings". Salinas died in April 1973 in San Antonio, Texas. From the years of the Great Depression through President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society of the 1960s, Texan Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) remained one of the Lone Star State's most popular artists. Today, his works remain popular with Texas collectors and those who love landscapes of the beautiful "Hill Country" that lies in the center of the state. One of the first Mexican American painters to become widely recognized for his art, Salinas was a favorite of President Lyndon Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, as well as of Sam Rayburn, the longest-serving Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Texas Governor John Connelly. In fact, President Johnson was so enamored with his Salinas paintings that the artist will forever be associated with America's first Texas-born President. Works by Porfirio Salinas is in a number of museum collections, grace the halls of the Texas State Capitol and the Governor's Mansion in Austin, and are included in virtually every major private collection of Early Texas Art. Porfirio Salinas was born on November 6, 1910, near the small town of Bastrop, Texas, about thirty miles from Austin. His father, Porfirio G. Salinas (1881-1967), and his mother, Clara G. Chavez, struggled to make a hardscrabble living as tenant farmers, but eventually were forced to give up farming. The family moved to San Antonio, where Salinas' father was able to get a job working as a laborer for the railroad, but the scenic area around Bastrop, with its pine trees and the wide expanse of the Rio Grande River, would forever remain a touchstone for the artist. For the rest of his life, Salinas and his brothers went back frequently to visit their grandmother in her little farmhouse. When in Bastrop, Porfirio painted on the banks of the Rio Grande or in the groves of pine trees. The Salinas family was close-knit, and Porfirio was the middle child of five children, so he had an older brother and sister as well as a younger brother and sister. His mother was a native of Mexico, so throughout his childhood the family made the long drive to Mexico to visit Clara Salinas' family. As a child growing up in the bi-lingual section of San Antonio, Salinas drew and painted incessantly and by the time he was ten, he was already producing work that was mature enough to sell to his schoolteachers. Many years later in an article in the New York Times he was described as a "boy whose textbooks were seldom opened and whose sketchbook was never closed." Instead of studying, the young artist spent his spare time watching artists paint in and around San Antonio. As an aspiring painter, Salinas was fortunate to grow up in the historic city, which had the most active art scene in Texas. It was his exposure to older, professional painters that encouraged the precocious young painter to leave school early in order to help his family and pursue a career as a professional artist, despite his father's inability to see art as a career with any future for his son. When Salinas was about fifteen he came to know the artist Robert W. Wood (1889-1979). He met Wood while he was employed in an art supply store and he soon began to work as an assistant to the English-born painter, who had moved from Portland to San Antonio in 1924. Although the diminutive Englishman was already an established professional artist, he did not have a great deal of formal art training and so he was then studying with the academically trained Spanish painter Jose Arpa (1858-1952) in order to augment his knowledge and give his work a more polished look. Salinas was an eager young man, and while working in Wood's downtown San Antonio studio he learned to stretch canvases, frame paintings and to sketch in larger compositions from small plein-air studies for the English artist. He began to accompany Wood and Arpa to the hills outside San Antonio, where they painted small Plein-air studies of fields of blue lupin - the state flower, the famous "Bluebonnets" of Texas - in the springtime and scenes of the gnarled Red Oaks as they changed color in the fall. He was soon assisting Wood in the tedious work of painting the tiny blue flowers that collectors wanted to see in the landscapes they purchased of central Texas. According to a 1972 newspaper story, "Legend has it that one day in the 1920s artist Robert Wood decided he could not bear to paint another bluebonnet in one of his landscapes. He hired young Porfirio Salinas to paint them in for him at five dollars a painting." Whether this story is accurate or apocryphal isn't clear, but the ambitious and independent young Salinas wasn't destined to be anyone's assistant for very long. The formative event of Porfirio Salinas' teenage years was the Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions, a Roaring-Twenties dream of the eccentric oilman Edgar B. Davis (1873-1951). These competitive shows of paintings of wildflowers and Texas life were mounted in San Antonio from 1927 to 1929. Held at the newly opened Witte Museum each spring, the exhibition featured large cash prizes donated by the philanthropic Davis, which were an inducement for artists to travel from all over the United States to paint in the Hill Country of Texas. The "Davis Competitions," as they were known, helped to cement San Antonio's reputation as an art center, a legacy that remains with the "River City" today. The shows generated a great deal of excitement in the area, helping to make celebrities of the some of the artists who had already settled there and encouraging others to make San Antonio their home. Over the three years that the wildflower competitions were held, more than 300 paintings were exhibited, and many thousands of viewers saw the paintings at the Witte Museum and on tours throughout the state and in New York. Each year Davis would generously purchase the winning paintings and then donate them to the San Antonio Art League. Young Porfirio Salinas would have been able to not only watch his two mentors - Robert W. Wood and Jose Arpa - paint the works that they entered in the Davis Competitions, he would have been able to see Arpa take several of the major prizes, receiving the judge's accolades for "Verbena," "Cactus Flower" and "Picking Cotton," works that are still on view at the San Antonio Art League Museum today. Unfortunately, Davis eventually put his donations to work in other charitable endeavors, bringing to an end the wildflower events, but only after they inspired Salinas and other young painters and had helped to make wildflower paintings the most sought-after subject for traditionalist Texas collectors. In 1930, when he was only twenty, Salinas hung out a shingle and began to paint professionally, augmenting the sales of his easel paintings with what little business he could garner by painting signs for local concerns. It was a struggle for the young artist to make a living, as the effects of the Great Depression were settling in. His early works are very similar to those of Robert Wood's, both in subject matter and treatment. Salinas did small paintings of Bluebonnets for the tourists who visited San Antonio to see the famous Alamo as well as paintings of the Texas missions...
Category

1950s Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil

Grand Tour 18th Century Veduta Capriccio Painting, After Gennaro Greco
Located in Cotignac, FR
A fine, large 18th century veduta capriccio scene with temple ruins after Gennaro Greco from the circle of Pietro Cappelli. The painting is presented in a more modern carved gilt woo...
Category

18th Century Baroque Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Calvados : River in the forest - Original oil painting, Handsigned
Located in Paris, FR
Paul Emile PISSARRO (1884-1972) Calvados : River in the forest Original oil on panel Handsigned on bottom On panel 46 x 55 cm (c. 18 x 22 in) In a golden wood frame size 60 x 67 cm ...
Category

Mid-20th Century Post-Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil

Animated Scene In The Kitchen, Oil On Parquet Panel, 18th Century Or Before
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Lively scene in the kitchen. Northern School. Oil on parquet panel, 18th century or earlier. Old restoration of the panel. Painting in good general condition. 19th century frame in w...
Category

18th Century Dutch School Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Wood Panel

"Corner Street No. 2" by Hiroshi Sato, Original Painting, Abstract Landscape
Located in Denver, CO
Hiroshi Sato's "Corner Street No. 2" (2024) is an original oil on canvas artwork, measuring 36 x 28 inches. "Corner Street #2" is sold unframed but is ready to hang. This unique art...
Category

2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Constant Gardener-Original Large Oil-British Awarded Artist-Gold Leaf-Expression
Located in London, GB
[Constant Gardener] and [Memory Landscape Series] are projects Shizico Yi began in 2015. She explores the forms, layers, and materials to express the relationship between space, time...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Gold Leaf

"Landscape D" by Hiroshi Sato, Original Painting, Abstract Landscape
Located in Denver, CO
Hiroshi Sato's "Landscape D" (2024) is an original oil on canvas artwork, measuring 28 x 28 inches. "Landscape D" is sold unframed but is ready to hang. This unique artwork is perf...
Category

2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Riders, Oil On Canvas 17th Century
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Meeting of riders. Oil on canvas 17th century. Attribution on the back to J. Parrocel (1646-1704) Relining and some small old repaints. Ligh...
Category

17th Century Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Closed" Original Painting by Hiroshi Sato, Vibrant Landscape
Located in Denver, CO
Hiroshi Sato's "Closed" (2024) is an original oil on canvas artwork, measuring 28 x 54 inches. "Closed" is sold unframed but is ready to hang. This unique artwork is perfect for co...
Category

2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Indian Encampment at Sunset
Located in New York, NY
In his oil painting entitled, “Indian Encampment at Sunset,” Ralph Albert Blakelock depicts a Native American outpost against a stunning sunset.
Category

19th Century Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"POWDER SNOW MORNING" WESTERN ADOBE EARLY MORNING NOCTURNAL PAINTER OF LIGHT
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 24 x 36 Frame Size: 32 x 44 Medium: Oil on Canvas Dated 1996 "Powder Snow Morni...
Category

1990s Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil

"Venus" by Dave Seeley, Nude Female with Swimming Fish
Located in Denver, CO
Dave Seeley's "Venus" (2023) is a captivating oil on canvas on panel original that showcases the artist's exceptional skill in depicting the female form amidst a surreal, underwater ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Board, Canvas

"Venus of Los Angeles (Olympia)" by Dave Seeley, Seated Nude
Located in Denver, CO
Dave Seeley's mesmerizing oil painting, "Venus of Los Angeles (Olympia)," is a contemporary masterpiece that pays homage to the timeless beauty of the female form. Created in 2023, t...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Canvas, Board

"Pedestal" by Dave Seeley, Nude Female
Located in Denver, CO
Dave Seeley's "Pedestal" (2023) is a striking original oil on canvas painting. The nude female figure sits atop a rock formation, her contemplative pose and the warm, ethereal light ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Board, Canvas

Huge 1800's Italian Romantic Golden Sunset Classical Landscape Oil Painting
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The Classical Landscape, most likely a Grand Tour painting Figures in an Extensive River Landscape early 19th Century Italian School Oil on canvas, 36" x 48" (91.5 x 122cm) plus elab...
Category

Early 19th Century Baroque Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

NIGHT IN PARIS, Painting, Oil on Canvas
Located in Yardley, PA
NOCTURNO EN PARIS IS A WORK EXECUTED WITHIN THE ABSTRACT NONCONFORMIST MOVEMENT. AS PART OF ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM. THE PAINTER USES THE MEMORIES OF HIS TRIPS TO PARIS, AND THOSE NIG...
Category

2010s Abstract Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil

Envoy to the Djinn Queen, 2020 - Original Painting by Dan Cohen, Supernatural
Located in Denver, CO
Dan Cohen's "Envoy to the Djinn Queen" is an original, handmade oil painting that depicts a supernatural tiger and cubs with a nude female whispering to the tiger. The piece is frame...
Category

2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Wood Panel

Important Still Life Oil on Canvas Painting, Centerpiece Bowl with Fruits
Located in Atlanta, GA
This stunning oil on canvas painting of a highly colorful still-life composition features a fruit bowl with fruits and grapes. It is an extremely lively and vibrant post-cubist exec...
Category

1980s Modern Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

WPA "New Americana" Exceptional Antique 1941 WPA Exhibited Carnegie Painting
Located in Exton, PA
Monumental, important WPA painting by Percy Albee. The painting is oil canvass measuring 36" x 48". Titled verso "New Americana", this WPA painting was exhibited at the Carnegie Inst...
Category

1940s Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil

"Gaia" by Dave Seeley, Floating Nude Female
Located in Denver, CO
Dave Seeley's "Gaia" (2023) is a mesmerizing oil on canvas on panel original that captures the essence of the earth goddess in a stunning display of skill and imagination. Measuring ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Board, Canvas

Théophile Emmanuel Duverger, Backstage
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This charming mid-19th-century oil painting by French artist Théophile Emmanuel Duverger (1821-1886) depicts a young woman preparing a chil...
Category

1870s French School Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Reverie" by Dave Seeley, Ascending Nude Female
Located in Denver, CO
Dave Seeley's "Reverie" (2023) is a captivating original oil on canvas painting. The nude female figure floats gracefully, her elongated pose conveying weightlessness and freedom. Se...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

Materials

Oil, Board, Canvas

"Rising" by Dave Seeley, Floating Nude Male
Located in Denver, CO
Dave Seeley's "Rising" (2023) is a powerful original oil on canvas painting. The nude male figure leaps dynamically, his pose and flowing hair conveying a sense of liberation and asc...
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21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil, Board, Canvas

Nude by Carmen Bilbao - Oil on canvas 80x90 cm
Located in Geneva, CH
Oil on canvas sold with frame Total size with frame 88x98 cm Carmen Bilbao was born in Bolivia in 1954. Graduated in Fine Arts from the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts at the...
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1990s Modern Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil

Summer Valley, Original oil Painting, Ready to Hang
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Vahe Yeremyan Work: Original Oil Painting, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Oil on Canvas Year: 2024 Style: Impressionism, Title: Summer valley, Size: 43" x 55.5" ...
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2010s Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

Les Quais de la Seine with Notre Dame, Paris.
Located in San Francisco, CA
This artwork Titled "Les Quais de la Seine with Notre Dame, Paris" c.1970 is an oil painting on canvas by noted French artist Guy Buffet, 1943-2023. It is signed at the lower right c...
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Late 20th Century Modern Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil

"Winter Grid in French Ultramarine", Blue hues, Geometric Abstraction, Calming
Located in Philadelphia, PA
"Winter Grid in French Ultramarine" is an original piece by Carla Weeks made from oil on linen covered panel. This piece measures 61"h x 29"w framed and is...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

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Linen, Wood, Oil

Sumiko and Vitya, 150x120cm, Oil, Canvas, Sand
Located in Yerevan, AM
Sumiko and Vitya, 150x120cm, Oil, Canvas, Sand
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2010s Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

"Ocean Reflections - Immerse Yourself", Oil Painting by Alexandra Telgmann
Located in Denver, CO
Alexandra Telgmann's "Ocean Reflection - Immerse Yourself" (2022) is an oil painting on aluminum, measuring 80 x 100 cm. The unframed artwork features a a female swimming with fish. ...
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2010s Realist Art by Medium: Oil

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Metal

street scenery
Located in Surfside, FL
Genre: Post Impressionist Subject: Landscape Medium: Oil Surface: Canvas Country: France Dimensions: 13" x 16" Jacques Zucker was born in 1900 in Radom, Poland. He was a notably fa...
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Mid-20th Century Post-Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

Indigo Canyon, Landscape, Original oil Painting, Ready to Hang, Impressionism
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Vahe Yeremyan Work: Original Oil Painting, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Oil on Canvas Year: 2024 Style: Impressionism, Title: Indigo Canyon, Size: 43" x 56.5" ...
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2010s Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

Normandy : Trail near Saint Omer - Original oil on canvas, Handsigned
Located in Paris, FR
Paul Emile PISSARRO (1884-1972) Normandy : Trail near Saint Omer, c. 1940 Original oil on canvas Handsigned on the bottom left corner Signed and titled on the back On canvas 46 x 61...
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Mid-20th Century Post-Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil

Card Game in the Countryside. Circa 1740. Roman school: Bamboccianti.
Located in Firenze, IT
Bambocciata with Card Game in the Countryside (Partita a carte) PAOLO MONALDI (post 1710 - post 1779), entourage ante 1750 Oil on canvas Measurements: Unframed: 45 x 31 cm. Fra...
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18th Century Italian School Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

Original Antique 19th century oil painting on canvas Genre scene, Gorgeous Frame
Located in Framingham, MA
Up for sale is this amazing antique 19-th century original oil painting on canvas depicting a charming rural scene, capturing a moment of everyday life in the countryside. On the le...
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19th Century Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil

"Corner Street No. 1" by Hiroshi Sato, Original Painting, Abstract Landscape
Located in Denver, CO
Hiroshi Sato's "Corner Street No. 1" (2024) is an original oil on canvas artwork, measuring 35 x 28 inches. "Corner Street #1" is sold unframed but is ready to hang. This unique ar...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

Geometric trompe l'oeil, oil on canvas, 100 x 100, Optical illusion blue/yellow
Located in Carballo, ES
Geometric trompe l'oeil, oil on canvas, measurements 100 x 100 x 3 cm. By Danish artist Peter Kramer, who creates an optical illusion on the canvas through his meticulous brush strok...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Geometric Art by Medium: Oil

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Canvas, Oil

Adam Oil on Canvas Figurative Painting Contemporary Brushstrokes Maine
Located in Houston, TX
Adam in Maine, oil on canvas 42" x 39" Look for Subsidized Shipping on Checkout This is a painting of David Shevlino's son Adam when he was about 6 or 7. When he was young we m...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil, Canvas

(1927-2015) Original large still life French post impressionist oil painting
Located in Cirencester, GB
ARTIST: Guy Bardone (1927-2015) French TITLE: “Still Life” SIGNED: lower left MEDIUM: oil on canvas SIZE: 114cm x 98cm inc frame CONDITION: excellent DETAIL: Guy Bardone was born in...
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Late 20th Century Post-Impressionist Art by Medium: Oil

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Oil

Oil art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Oil art available on 1stDibs. While artists have worked in this medium across a range of time periods, art made with this material during the 21st Century is especially popular. If you’re looking to add art created with this material to introduce a provocative pop of color and texture to an otherwise neutral space in your home, the works available on 1stDibs include elements of blue, orange, purple, red and other colors. There are many well-known artists whose body of work includes ceramic sculptures. Popular artists on 1stDibs associated with pieces like this include Hunt Slonem, Vahe Yeremyan, Cindy Shaoul, and Richard Szkutnik. Frequently made by artists working in the Contemporary, Abstract, all of these pieces for sale are unique and many will draw the attention of guests in your home. Not every interior allows for large Oil art, so small editions measuring 0.01 inches across are also available

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