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Period: Mid-20th Century
Symbolic Crucifixion
By Jules Kirschenbaum
Located in New York, NY
Symbolic Crucifixion 1949 Signed and dated, l.r. Oil on canvas 24 x 14 inches (61 x 35.6 cm), canvas 25.25 x 15.25 inches (64.1 x 38.7 cm), framed This work is offered by CLAMP i...
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Contemporary Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

LARGE OIL PAINTING by ANTHONY BRANDRETT (NAVY ADMIRALTY 20th CENTURY PIECE
Located in Ferndown, GB
OIL PAINTING MARITIME SHIP MASTER PIECE 20th CENTURY FINE RARE MARTINE PAINTING ORIGINAL 20th Century OLD MASTER STYLE OIL PAINTING GOLD GILT FRAME By Similar $5,000 Premier Colle...
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Realist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Still Life with fruit oil painting of copper pots and prunes, vintage framed
Located in AIGNAN, FR
Mid 20th century still life oil painting by French artist Francois Mengelatte (1920-2009) signed in the bottom right. on stretched canvas in an attractive gold frame. A darker still...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

"BULLFIGHTER" MATADOR MEXICO MEXICAN CIRCA 1950s PORFIRIO SALINAS ARTIST
Located in San Antonio, TX
Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) San Antonio Artist Size: 16 x 12 Frame: 20 x 16 Medium: Oil "Bullfighter" Porfirio Salinas was a self-taught artist who painted landscapes of Central Tex...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

LARGE OIL PAINTING by Jean Laurent NAVY ADMIRALTY 20th CENTURY PIECE
Located in Ferndown, GB
LARGE OIL PAINTING MARITIME SHIP MASTERPIECE 20th CENTURY GGF OIL PAINTING LARGE JEAN LAURENT (NAVY ADMIRALTY 20th CENTURY Very good condition for age , (see pictures) FINE RARE ...
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Realist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING High Quality 19th CENTURY Stormy Seas Gold Gilt Frame
Located in Ferndown, GB
OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING High Quality 19th CENTURY Stormy Seas GGF Description Good Condition panel. Cleaned Ready to hang. " frame is in wonderful condition Fine Original Antique ...
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Realist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

African House
Located in Metairie, LA
Clementine Hunter, African House This is an excellent example of Hunter’s work, featuring the iconic African House. Three figures are present in the work, a boy, a girl, and an elde...
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Folk Art Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Pencil, Board, Oil, Canvas

OLD MASTER Signed L S Lowry " The Town Factory " Oil Painting 20th Century GGF
Located in Ferndown, GB
OLD MASTER Signed L S Lowry "The Town Factory" Oil Painting 20th Century GGF PAINTING REF 11670 OLD MASTER Signed L S LOWRY OIL PAINTING 20th CENTURY NEW C...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

San Pedro Post Office: History of Writing Mural South, Preliminary Mural Study
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This mural study is part of our exhibition America Coast to Coast: Artists of the 1930s San Pedro Post Office: History of Writing Mural South, Preliminary Mural Maquette right panel...
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American Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Mixed Media

OLD MASTER Signed L S Lowry " Kick Around " Oil Painting 20thCentury GOLD FRAME
Located in Ferndown, GB
20th Century Piece Signed L S Lowry " Kick Around " 20th Century British old master Style oil painting in a Gold Gilt Frame Description...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

The Demogogue
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The Demagogue or Tale in a Tub, 1952, oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches, signed, titled, and dated verso About the Painting The Demagogue is an iconic Bendor Mark painting from the prime of his post-war period. Beginning early in his career, Mark was fascinated with depictions of the human figure and their capacity to tell stories of the world around him. Mark was a keen observer of his times and in The Demagogue we see Mark’s portrayal of a faithless politician holding up a “V” for victory sign as he appeals to the wanton desires and prejudices of the masses. Below the demagogue is a swirl of humanity representing the common man who is being pushed down by the powerful, while the robed figure of liberty with her scales of justice held high is brushed aside. Behind the demagogue, Mark places two other powerful supporting institutions which were often co-opted by the world’s dictators, the Church and the Military. Mark was an internationalist, so it is difficult to know exactly which demagogue inspired him to create this work, but in 1952 there were many to choose from. Whether depicting Argentina’s Peron (the demagogue and the women to the right resemble Juan and Eva Peron), Spain’s Franco or the United States’ homegrown fear mongers like Joseph McCarthy, Mark tells a universal story that unfolded in dramatic fashion during the post-war period as nations and their peoples grappled with authoritarianism and anti-democratic impulses. Stylistically, The Demagogue draws on the elements which make Mark’s work from this period immediately recognizable, a saturated palette, a closely packed and frenetic composition, exaggerated figuration and stylized facial features. But, above all, we see Mark’s ability to tell the stories of the rich and powerful and their ability to oppress. Like Mark’s work in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art (The Hourglass - 1950-51) and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Execution – 1940), The Demagogue pulls no punches, as the artist lays bare the threats to freedom and basic human rights. About the Artist Bendor Mark was an American modernist and social realist painter. Born as Bernard Marcus on June 5, 1912, in Brooklyn, New York, Mark trained at The Cooper Union during the 1920s where he studied with William Brantley van Ingen and became a prize-winning artist with a focus on painting the human figure. After his time at Cooper, Mark continued to live in New York and worked as a commercial artist and textile designer in addition to his pursuit of a career in painting. Like many Depression Era artists, Mark engaged with social progressives and in 1934, he joined the Artist’s Union which had the goal of advancing artists’ position as “worker.” Mark’s painting, Restaurant, which is now in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, appeared in the February 1936 edition of the Union’s publication, Art Front, as part of a review of an exhibition at ACA Gallery in New York. Mark worked on the Federal Art Project and by the mid- to late-1930s, began a series of paintings exploring the working conditions and hazards of the mining industry. Mark believed that miners were “in the forefront of the struggle for emancipation” and that the mere “struggle for existence is like moving mountains.” He became passionate about the Spanish Civil War and painted sympathetic images in support of the Spanish Republic. Mark was a premature anti-fascist and throughout his career painted works critical of dictators and other oppressors. During the late 1930s, Mark entered mural competitions with designs influenced by the Mexican muralists, taught adult art education in Queens, New York, and was an instructor at the WPA’s Queensboro Art Center. He was so committed to socially progressive art that by 1934, he had changed his name to Bendor Mark, in part, to distinguish his social realist paintings from his earlier work. During World War II, Mark worked as an artist for military contractors. After the war, he was employed as a graphic artist and in the printing industry before moving to Southern California in 1948, where he returned to a fine art practice the following year with politically and socially charged images which reflected his view of the shortcomings of the post-War period, the continued threat of fascism, and the international tensions of the Cold War. As the mood of the country shifted towards the right during the McCarthy Era and the art world’s attention focused on abstraction at the expense of figuration, Mark’s career as a painter suffered. From the 1950s through the 1980s, Mark continued to depict the events that shaped the world around him, often employing a highly stylized approach characterized by dynamic multi-figure compositions, a subtle muted palette, and exaggerated expressive features. A review of Mark’s oeuvre suggests that few people escaped Mark’s attention. He painted presidents, prime ministers, royalty, evangelists, musicians, and dictators (and their henchman), along with miners, farm workers, the urban poor, protesters, the unemployed and dispossessed. He laid bare the arrogance, cruelty, and hypocrisy of the world’s elites. Mark noted, “A work of art cannot be fully appreciated or wholly understood without considering the socio-political and cultural ambience that gave it birth.” He continued, “I have the ability to foresee the direction of social and political events while they are actually taking place.” He was not himself a direct political activist, however. Although Mark commented, “It’s a misconception to separate art from the social aspect of life,” he viewed artists as being neutral. According to Mark, “An apolitical attitude reflects the fact that the artist is passive. . . An artist never affects society; he merely reflects it.” In addition to the Mexican Muralists, Mark was influenced by the old masters Rembrandt, Michelangelo, and Masaccio, as well as the more modern master, Van Gogh. Mark’s writings directly acknowledge these influences and archival material from his estate includes magazine articles, pamphlets and transparencies related to these artists. Mark also collected materials related to several of his social realist contemporaries, including Reginald Marsh, Ben Shahn, Leonard Baskin, and Raphael Soyer, who was Mark’s good friend. For years, Soyer sent Mark holiday cards and Soyer inscribed a message of friendship on a self-portrait he gifted to Mark in the 1970s, all of which are still held in the collection of Mark’s family. From the late 1920s through the mid-1950s, Mark’s work was well received. His paintings won prizes and were accepted into major juried exhibitions including at the Brooklyn Museum, the New York World’s Fair and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He gained national recognition for paintings depicting the oppressed and the common worker. Despite the decline in popularity of representational art during the 1950s and 1960s, Mark stayed true to his interest in depicting the human figure and by the last two decades of his life, his work underwent a reassessment as curators included Mark’s paintings in exhibitions showcasing the role of labor in art during the Depression Era. This recognition continued in recent years when Mark was honored by having his work included in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s ground-breaking exhibition, Vida Americana, which explored the pioneering role that the Mexican muralists played in the development of modern American art during the inter-war period. The influence of Rivera, Siqueiros and Orozco on Mark is unmistakable and his paintings from the 1950s (and beyond) sit comfortably in dialogue with other Los Angeles artists who continued to paint in the social realist tradition long after the mainstream art world had moved toward abstraction. Mark’s concern for underserved Brown and Black communities was shared with artists such as Charles White and his ally, Edward Biberman...
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American Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

"San Sebastian" Awesome Larger Mid Century Austin Texas piece.
Located in San Antonio, TX
Kelly Fearing (1918-2011) Austin Artist Image Size: 42.25 x 30 Frame Size: 48.5 x 36.5 Medium: Oil/Gaouche "San Sebastion" Biography Kelly Fearing (1918-2011) The following information is from the artist's obituary, University of Texas Education News Prominent Artist and Art Educator Kelly Fearing Dies at 92 AUSTIN, Texas — Artist, art educator and University of Texas at Austin Professor Emeritus Kelly Fearing died on March 13 at his home in Austin, at the age of 92 due to congestive heart failure. Fearing was a professor emeritus in university's Department of Art and Art History. He taught at the university from 1947-87, and was presented the College of Fine Arts' E. William Doty Award in 2007, the college's highest honor recognizing him as an individual of distinction in his field who has demonstrated extraordinary interest in the college. "Kelly Fearing was the quintessential Renaissance man," said College of Fine Arts Associate Dean Ken Hale. "He was an artist, an author and an educator. His talent was extraordinary. He worked in almost all traditional mediums and excelled in oil painting and collage. Fearing was very well educated in all of the arts and enthusiastically passed that knowledge on to literally thousands of students. The University of Texas and the state of Texas have benefited greatly from the creativity and generosity of Kelly Fearing. His passing is a loss for us all." Born in Fordyce, Ark., Fearing was raised in Louisiana, studied art at Louisiana Tech University, earned a master's degree from Columbia University and went to Fort Worth during World War II to serve his country in a defense job. While being trained in graphic drafting for a company that was making bombers for the U.S. military, Fearing was introduced to other aspiring artists in the Fort Worth area. This group of avant-guard printmakers and artists became known as the Fort Worth Circle, and Fearing was one of its core members. Collectively, they were instrumental in introducing modernist ideas to Texas art. After teaching at Texas Wesleyan College from 1945-47, he came to The University of Texas at Austin as the Ashbel Smith Professor in Art in 1947. He retired from the university in 1987 and continued to work as a professional artist. His art has been referred to as magical realist, mystical naturalist and Romantic surrealist. As a pioneer in art education in America, Fearing founded The University of Texas Junior Art Project, the first visual arts outreach program of its kind in Texas. The program offered children of all ages and from all economic backgrounds free, university-based instruction and exposure to the arts. Kelly Fearing has been an important artist working in Texas since the 1940s. After doing his graduate work at Columbia University in New York City, Fearing established himself as a surrealist painter and print maker in Fort Worth, and then became one of the founding members of the art faculty at the University of Texas at Austin. He has had recent exhibitions at the Valley House Gallery in Dallas, Texas, and at the Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery in Austin, Texas. Fearing lives and works in Austin, Texas. Courtesy of Flatbread Press and Gallery Added note: Kelly Fearing died of congestive heart failure in 2011 in Austin, Texas. William KELLY FEARING (1918-2011) Born in Fordyce, Arkansas, Kelly Fearing entered college as an accounting major but quickly discovered his intense interest in art. He studied art at Louisiana Tech University and later at Columbia University. He taught public school briefly before relocating to Texas to teach art at the university level in El Paso and Fort Worth before joining the faculty at the University of Texas at Austin. Selected Biographical and Career Highlights · 1918 Born in Fordyce, Arkansas · 1941 BA, Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, Ruston, Louisiana · 1941-42 Teacher, Winfield Public Schools, Louisiana · 1943-45 Guest Professor, Texas Western College, El Paso, Texas · 1945-47 Instructor, Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas · 1950 MA, Columbia University, New York, New York · 1947-87 Professor of Art, University of Texas at Austin, Texas · 2007 Recipient, William E. Doty Award · 2009 Recipient, Texas Biennial Tribute Artist · 2011 Died in Austin, Texas Selected Prizes, Awards · Texas General/Annual: Purchase Prize 1956; Cash Prize 1945, 1947, 1949, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1963; Recommended for Purchase Prize 1949, 1950 1945 Cash Prize, The Aquarist, oil 1947 Cash Prize for Dream of Jacob, oil 1949 Cash Prize and Recommended for Purchase Prize, The Red Sea, oil 1950 Recommended for Purchase Prize, Man in a Tide Pool, oil 1953 Cash Prize, Tobias and the Angel, oil 1954 Cash Prize, Landscape with Peacock, oil 1955 Cash Prize, St. John in the Wilderness, oil 1956 Purchase Prize, Yellow After the Rain, oil 1963 Cash Prize, Sleeping Philosopher in a Landscape Developing, oil · Fort Worth Local: First Prize 1945; Popular Prize 1944 1944 Popular Prize, USO Street Dance 1945 First Prize, The Kite Flyers, oil · Texas Fine Arts: Purchase Prize 1954; Cash Prize 1952, 1955 (2 works), 1956 1952 Cash Prize 1954 Purchase Prize 1955 Cash Prize for Watercolor, watercolor 1955 Cash Prize, Spring Festival 1956 Cash Prize · Other Exhibitions: Purchase Prize 1945 Texas Print Exhibition; Merit Award 1956 DD Feldman; Honorable Mention 1962 Longview National Invitational 1945 Purchase Prize, The Collector, etching, 5th Annual Texas Print Exhibition 1962 Honorable Mention, Longview National Invitational Selected Exhibitions · 1941 Solo, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana · 1944 24th Exhibition of the Southern States Art League, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1944 Fort Worth Local Artists Annual, Fort Worth Art Association Gallery, Public Library, Fort Worth, Texas (popular prize) · 1944 6th Texas General Exhibition 1944-1945, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Witte Museum, San Antonio; University of Texas at Austin, Texas · 1945 Fort Worth Local Artists Annual, Fort Worth Art Association Gallery, Public Library, Fort Worth, Texas (purchase prize) · 1945 7th Texas General Exhibition 1945-1946, circulated: Witte Museum, San Antonio; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; University of Texas at Austin, Texas (cash prize) · 1945 Prints of Fort Worth Artists, Fort Worth Art Association Gallery, Public Library, Fort Worth, Texas · 1945 5th Annual Texas Print Exhibition, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas (1st prize) · 1946 8th Texas General Exhibition 1946-1947, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas · 1947 55 Works of Modern Art Owned in Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1947 6th Annual Texas Print Exhibition, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1947 9th Texas General Exhibition 1947-1948, circulated: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas (cash prize) · 1948 10th Texas General Exhibition 1948-1949, circulated: Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas 1945 Prize, 5th Annual Texas Print Exhibition, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1948 Watercolors by 16 Texas Artists, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1948 University of Texas Art Faculty Exhibition, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1949 Solo, Fresno State College, Fresno, California · 1949 11th Annual Texas Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture 1949-1950, circulated: Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas (cash prize and recommended for purchase prize) · 1950 Texas Wildcat, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California · 1950, 1960, 1963 Artists West of the Mississippi, Colorado Springs Art Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado · 1950 12th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1950-1951, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (recommended for purchase prize) · 1951 Newcomers: First Showing of a New Generation, Downtown Gallery, New York, New York · 1952 Annual Juried Exhibition, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (cash prize) · 1952 Imaginative Paintings by Kelly Fearing, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California · 1952 Young Collections 1952, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1952 Kelly Fearing, Betty McLean Gallery, Dallas, Texas · 1952 Texas Contemporary Artists, M. Knoedler & Company, New York, New York; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, Texas (catalogue) · 1952 Solo, Cotton Memorial Galleries, Texas Western College, El Paso, Texas · 1952 14th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1952, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1953 University of Texas Faculty Exhibition, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1953 Solo, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California · 1953 15th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1953, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas (cash prize) · 1954 149th Annual Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania · 1954 Sacred Art, Catholic University, Washington, DC · 1954 Seventeen Years: An Exhibition of the First Prize Winners in the 17 Annual Exhibitions of Work by Fort Worth Artists Held by the Fort Worth Art Association, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas (catalogue) · 1954 16th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1954, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas (cash prize) · 1954 Annual Juried Exhibition, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (purchase prize) · 1954 Religious Art Today, Brown Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts · 1954-56 Artist’s Panorama Traveling Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania · 1955 Two Texas Artists (Kelly Fearing and Mildred Wood Dixon), Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1955 Pittsburgh International, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · 1955 Solo, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas · 1955 The World Around Us: 100 Years of American Landscape, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1955 Annual Juried Exhibition, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (cash prize for watercolor) · 1955 Spring Arts Festival, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (cash prize) · 1955 Young Collections 1955, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1955 17th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1955-1956, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (cash prize) · 1955, 1959, 1963 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois · 1956 6th Southwestern Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, traveled to: Centenary College, Shreveport, Louisiana; Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin, Texas; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque; Texas Tech College Museum, Lubbock; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; University of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Oklahoma A&M College, Stillwater · 1956 Gulf-Caribbean Art Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, traveled to: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg; Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado (catalogue) · 1956 Young Collections 1956, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1956 Annual Juried Exhibition, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (cash prize) · 1956 Merit Award, D. D. Feldman Collection of Contemporary Texas Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (1958, Dallas???) · 1956 D. D. Feldman Collection of Contemporary Texas Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1956 18th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1956-1957, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin; Museum, Texas Tech, Lubbock, Texas (purchase prize) · 1957 Survey of Painting in Texas, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, circulated by American Federation of Arts (catalogue) · 1957 22nd Annual Midyear Juried Exhibition, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio · 1957 Summer Group Exhibition, Edwin Hewitt Gallery, New York, New York · 1957 Young Collections 1957, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1958 Religious Art of the Western World, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1958 20th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1958-1959, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; TFAA, Laguna Gloria Gallery, Austin; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont; San Angelo Art Club, San Angelo; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1959 Made in Texas by Texans, Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art, Sheraton-Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas (catalogue) · 1959 21st Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1959-1960, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont; Museum, Texas Tech, Lubbock; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1960 Southwestern Art: A Sampling of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1961 Invitational Exhibition of Painters Born in Arkansas, Museum of Fine Arts, Little Rock, Arkansas · 1962, 1963, 1975 Invitational, Longview Museum of Fine Arts, Longview, Texas (honorable mention 1962) · 1963 University of Texas Art Faculty—Past and Present, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1963 25th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1963-1964, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Centennial Art Museum, Corpus Christi; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso; Witte Museum, San Antonio; University of Texas at Austin, Texas (cash prize) · 1963 The Versatile Shell, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas · 1963 59th Annual Exhibition of Western Art, Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado · 1963, 1966 Christocentric Exhibition, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois · 1964 Solo, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas · 1964 New York World’s Fair, Texas Pavilion, New York, New York · 1964-65 The Bird in Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona and the Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas · 1966 Solo, Gallery of Visual Arts, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana · 1967 Solo, University of Texas Art Museum, Austin, Texas · 1968 Texas Painting and Sculpture 1968, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1969 Solo, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas · 1971 Texas Painting and Sculpture 71, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas · 1971–72 Texas Painting and Sculpture: The 20th Century, Pollack Galleries, Owen Arts Center, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, traveled to: Witte Confluence Museum, HemisFair Plaza, San Antonio; University Art Museum, University of Texas at Austin; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth; The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas (catalogue) · 1974 Solo, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas · 1977 Solo, DuBose Gallery, Houston, Texas · 1978 U.S. Drawings, Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas · 1978 Solo, L and L Gallery, Longview, Texas · 1979 Made in Texas, Huntington Gallery, University Art Museum, University of Texas at Austin, Texas (catalogue) · 1981 Solo, Spencer Gallery, Fine Arts Center, University of Arkansas, Monticello, Arkansas · 1981 Solo, Moffett Gallery, School of Art and Architecture, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana · 1983 Images of Texas, Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, Texas, traveled to: Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi; Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas (catalogue) · 1984 Works from the Friends Collections, Art Gallery, School of Art and Architecture, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana · 1985 Solo, Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas · 1986 Solo, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas · 1986 Beyond Regionalism: The Fort Worth School (1945-1955), Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas · 1992 Prints of the Fort Worth Circle, 1940-1960, Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, Texas · 1992 Kelly Fearing: The Influence of “The Fort Worth School,” 1939-1955, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas · 1995 Solo, Flatbed Press & Gallery, Austin, Texas · 1996 Solo, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas · 1997 Jupiter’s Loves and His Children, Georgia Art Museum, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia · 1998 Early Texas Art: A Collectors’ Exhibition, Museum of the Big Bend, Alpine, Texas · 1999 Kelly Fearing: A Search for Mystical Concepts, Pascal/Robinson Galleries, Houston, Texas · 2000 Solo, Flatbed Press & Gallery, Austin, Texas · 2001 First Light: Local Art and the Fort Worth Public Library 1901–1961 . . . A Centennial Exhibit, Fort Worth Central Library, Fort Worth, Texas (catalogue) · 2002 The Mystical World of Kelly Fearing: A Sixty Year Retrospective, traveling exhibition, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas; Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas; Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas (catalogue) · 2002-03 The Eyes of Texas—The Lone Star State as Seen by Her Artists, San Angelo Museum of Fine Art, San Angelo, Texas; Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas (catalogue) · 2005 Celebrating Early Texas Art: Treasures from Dallas-Fort Worth Private Collections, 1900-1960, Fort Worth Community Center, Fort Worth, Texas (catalogue) · 2007 A Life of Art: 1943-Present, Lotus Asian Art...
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

Female Nude Reclining Modern Expresionism Tragedy Suffering Pain Misery Violence
By Oswaldo Guayasamin
Located in MADRID, MD
Following his graduation from the School of Fine Arts and the success of his first exhibition, Guayasamín traveled to the United States and Mexico, where he met the muralists Diego R...
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Expressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

'Montmartre, Place du Tertre', Paris, Woman Modernist, AIC, Smithsonian, Carmel
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower right, 'Patricia Cunningham' for Patricia Stanley Cunningham (American, 1907-1984) and painted circa 1965. The first woman to serve as president of the Carmel Art Assoc...
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Masonite

The Artist's Apartment Mid-Century Fauvist Interior Scene Original Oil on Canvas
Located in Soquel, CA
The Artist's Apartment Mid-Century Fauvist Interior Scene Original Oil on Canvas Vibrant interior scene by Santa Cruz California artist Frances Rinaldo (American, b. 1943). A bright...
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Pop Art Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil, Stretcher Bars

Boys Swimming Industrial Landscape WPA Mid 20th Century Social Realism Modernism
Located in New York, NY
Boys Swimming Industrial Landscape WPA Mid 20th Century Social Realism Modernism Henry Schnakenberg (1982 - 1970) Boys Swimming Industrial Landscape 11 1/2 x 15 1/2 sight Oil on Can...
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American Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Figurative Portrait in the Style of Ramiro Arrue, The Gypsy Caravan
By Ramiro Arrue
Located in Cotignac, FR
Figurative Expressionist portrait and scene of a travellers gypsy caravan. The painting is signed bottom right, Fayo (?) but further research is necessary for an attribution. Present...
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Expressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Board

Black And White Abstract - Oil And Gouache On Paper
Located in Soquel, CA
Black And White Abstract - Oil And Gouache On Paper Black and white abstract painting by Felix Ruvolo (American, 1912-1992). Grey takes over the center of the paper with strokes of ...
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Abstract Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Paper, Oil, Watercolor, Gouache

Masts in the harbor of Cannes, France, original oil painting by Pierre Coquet
Located in Montfort l’Amaury, FR
Pierre Coquet (1926-2021) Masts in the harbor of Cannes (around 1969) Reference number F151 Framed with a black floated frame 82 x 75 x 2 cm (87 x 80 x 3,5 cm frame included), signed...
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French School Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

Andre Picot Paris Street Scene "Porte St Denn"
Located in San Francisco, CA
Andre Picot: 1919-1992. Listed French painter with auction records over $2000. Oil on canvas measuring 36 inches wide by 24 high. The fabulous vintage fram...
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Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

The Queen , 1947, by French Transgender Artist JM Poulain
Located in Paris, FR
By French famous Transgender artist, Michel Marie Poulain (Born Paris December 5, 1906. Died 1991) this rare oil on canvas it represents the Queen and he...
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Feminist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

" evening in the Russian village" Soviet realism, 1950s Oil 17 x 26 1954
Located in Torino, IT
Historical scene, Soviet realism, 1954,Russian art, Soviet union, 1950s Boris Lavrenko (Rostov, 1920 – St. Petersburg, 2001) Works by Boris Lavrenko ...
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Realist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Restless Sea
By Frederick W. Becker
Located in Houston, TX
Frederick William Becker (1888-1974) American Artist Well represented and listed. Oil on board, signed lower left c. 1930s 8.5” x 11.5”,...
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Other Art Style Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Girl by the Mirror
Located in Houston, TX
Well listed post-impressionist artist Gall was the recipient of the "Medaille D'Ore" at the Paris Salon of 1947. Oil on canvas, 16"h x 14"w, overall size is 10" x 8", signed and in...
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Post-Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

1950's Modernist/ Cubist Painting - Figures Celebrating Life
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Figures by Bernard Labbe (French mid 20th century) original gouache on card size: 19.5 x 13 inches condition: very good and ready to be enjoyed ...
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Gouache

Untitled (Still Life)
Located in New York, NY
This refined and sophisticated still life painting was realized in Italy, circa 1950, by the esteemed Italian artist Romano Campagnoli. Executed in oil paint on canvas, the still lif...
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Expressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

The Cardinal Fine Antique Portrait Oil Painting in Ornate Gilt Frame
By Otto Eichinger
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The Cardinal's Letter Otto Eichinger (1922 - 2004) signed oil painting on board, framed framed: 15 x 12 inches board: 12.5 x 10 inches provenance: private collection, UK condition: v...
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Realist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

PIERRE GRISOT, (1911 - 1995) “At The Cafe” Post Impressionist
By Pierre Grisot
Located in Holywell, GB
“At The Cafe” An elegant painting of a young woman in a cafe by Pierre Grisot. Grisot was a French post-Impressionist artist who took his inspiration from the Parisian School of art...
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Post-Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Simka Simkhovitch WPA W/C Painting Gouache American Modernist Bouquet of Flowers
Located in Surfside, FL
Simka Simkhovitch (Russian/American 1893 - 1949) This came with a small grouping from the artist's family, some were hand signed some were not. These were studies for larger paintings. This is a miniature watercolor and gouache vibrant, colorful bouquet of flowers in a vase. Simka Simkhovitch (Симха Файбусович Симхович) (aka Simka Faibusovich Simkhovich) (Novozybkov, Russia May 21, 1885 O.S./June 2, 1885 N.S.—Greenwich, Connecticut February 25, 1949) was a Ukrainian-Russian Jewish artist and immigrant to the United States. He painted theater scenery in his early career and then had several showings in galleries in New York City. Winning Works Progress Administration (WPA) commissions in the 1930s, he completed murals for the post offices in Jackson, Mississippi and Beaufort, North Carolina. His works are in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of Art, the National Museum of American Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Born outside Kyiv (Petrograd Ukraine) into a Jewish family who owned a small department store. During a severe case of measles when he was seven, Simcha Simchovitch sketched the views outside his window and decided to become an artist, over his father's objections. Beginning in 1905, he studied at the Grekov Odessa Art School and upon completion of his studies in 1911 received a recommendation to be admitted to the Imperial Academy of Arts. Though he enrolled to begin classes in architecture, painting, and sculpture at the Imperial Academy, he was dropped from the school roster in December because of the quota on the number of Jewish students and drafted into the army. Simchovitch served as a private in the 175th Infantry Regiment Baturyn [ru] until his demobilization in 1912. Re-enrolling in the Imperial Academy, he audited classes. Simka Simkhovitch exhibited paintings and sculptures in 1918 as part of an exhibition of Jewish artists and in 1919 placed 1st in the competition "The Great Russian Revolution" with a painting called "Russian Revolution" which was hung in the State Museum of Revolution. In 1922, Simkha Simkhovitch exhibited at the International Book Fair in Florence (Italian: Fiera Internazionale del Libro di Firenze). In 1924, Simkhovitch came to the United States to make illustrations for Soviet textbooks and decided to immigrate instead. Initially he supported himself by doing commercial art and a few portrait commissions. In 1927, he was hired to paint a screen for a scene in the play "The Command to Love" by Fritz Gottwald and Rudolph Lothar which was playing at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway. Art dealers began clamoring for the screen and Simkhovitch began a career as a screen painter for the theater. Catching the attention of the screenwriter, Ernest Pascal, he worked as an illustrator for Pascal, who then introduced him to gallery owner, Marie Sterner. Simkhovitch's works appeared at the Marie Sterner Gallery beginning with a 1927 exhibit and were repeated the following year. Simkhovitch had an exhibit in 1929 at Sterner's on circus paintings. In 1931, he held a showing of works at the Helen Hackett Gallery, in New York City and later that same year he was one of the featured artists of a special exhibit in San Francisco at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park. The exhibit was coordinated by Marie Sterner and included four watercolors, including one titled "Nudes". He is of the generation of Russian Soviet artists such as Isaac Pailes, Serge Charchoune, Marc Chagall, Chana Orloff, Isaac Ilyich Levitan, and Ossip Zadkine. In 1936, Simkhovitch was selected to complete the mural for the WPA Post office project in Jackson, Mississippi. The mural was hung in the post office and courthouse in 1938 depicted a plantation theme. Painted on the wall behind the judge’s bench, “Pursuits of Life in Mississippi”, a depiction of black workers engaged in manual labor amid scenes of white professionals and socialites, was eventually covered over in later years during renovations due to its stereotypical African American imagery. Simka painted what he thought was typical of Jackson. His impression of pre-civil rights Mississippi was evidently Greek Revival column houses, weeping willow trees, working class families, and the oppression of African Americans. He painted African American men picking cotton, while a white man took account of the harvest and a white judge advised a white family, calling it Pursuits of Life in Mississippi. Though clearly endorsed by the government and initially generally well-received, the mural soon raised concerns with locals as the climate toward racial segregation began to change. The main concern was whether depictions that show African Americans in subjugated societal roles should be featured in a courtroom. The following year, his painting "Holiday" won praise at an exhibition in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 1940, Simkhovitch's second WPA post office project was completed when four murals, "The Cape Lookout Lighthouse and the Orville W. Mail Boat", "The Wreck of the Crissie Wright", "Sand Ponies" and "Canada Geese" were installed in Beaufort, North Carolina. The works were commissioned in 1938 and did not generate the controversy that the Jackson mural had. The main mural is "The Wreck of the Crissie Wright" and depicts a shipwreck which had occurred in Beaufort in 1866. "The Cape Lookout Lighthouse and the Orville W. Mail Boat" depicted the lighthouse built in 1859 and the mail boat that was running mail during the time which Simkhovitch was there. The boat ran mail for the area until 1957. "Sand Ponies" shows the wild horses common to the North Carolina barrier islands and "Canada Geese" showed the importance of hunting and fishing in the area. All four murals were restored in the 1990s by Elisabeth Speight, daughter of two other WPA muralists, Francis Speight...
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American Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Gouache, Board, Watercolor

French Impressionist Oil Portrait Crossed Armed Posed Man Wearing A Black Hat
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Vintage French Oil Painting by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back oil painting on artist paper stuck on board, unframed measures: 7.5 hig...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Stowe Vermont Village Sleigh Ride, Mid Century Winter Figurative Landscape
By Walter Thomas Sacks
Located in Soquel, CA
Stowe Vermont Village Sleigh Ride - Mid Century Winter Figurative Landscape A bright, crisp morning and a sleigh ride through new snow in Stowe, Vermont...
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American Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Early 20th Century Figurative -- The Paper Boy and His Comics
Located in Soquel, CA
Wonderful 1940s figurative of paper boy reading the comics by Louise Miller Clark (American, 20th Century). Signed "Louise Miller" lower right. Unframed. Im...
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American Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Cardboard, Canvas, Oil

Mid Century French Impressionist Signed Oil Portrait of Man with Moustache
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Artist/ School: Suzanne Dinkés (French, 1895 - 1984) signed Title: portrait of a man with a moustache Medium: oil on board, unframed Size : 10 x 7 inches Provenance: private coll...
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Post-Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

"Avon River - Christ Church, New Zealand" - Mid Century Figurative Landscape
By Leon Worley
Located in Soquel, CA
"Avon River", a beautiful mid century figurative landscape of Christ Church, New Zealand by Leon Worley (American, 1909-2003). Presented in a wooden frame. Signed "Leon Worley" lower...
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American Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil, Cardboard

1950s French Post Impressionist Oil Sun Kissed Sea & Sandy Beach Landscape
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The Beach Josine Vignon (French 1922-2022) ...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

At the fair
Located in Genève, GE
Work on canvas
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Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Semi-Abstract Framed Oil Painting - Fiery
Located in Bristol, GB
FIERY Size: 33 x 46.5 cm (including frame) Oil on Board An emotive and striking mid-century composition, executed in oil onto board by the established Swedish artist Eric Elfvén (19...
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Abstract Expressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Board, Oil

Mid 20th Century Oil Portrait Of A Blonde Lady In Red & White Floral Dress
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Blonde Lady Portrait by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back oil painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 21.5 high by 13 inches wide c...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Pink Cubist Juggler
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
Beautiful painting of a cubist juggler. Oi on masonite, panel measures 6.5 x 10 inches; 12.5 x 16 inches in original velvet frame. Signed lower left.
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Cubist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Masonite, Oil

1960's French Modernist Large Oil Painting Christ Preaching to Crowd
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Christ Preaching to the Crowd French Modernist artist, circa 1960's period oil on board, framed framed: 27 x 31 inches board: 20 x 24 inches provenance: private collection, France co...
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

1950s French Post Impressionist Oil Painting Portrait of a Man Double Sided Work
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Double sided portrait Josine Vignon (French 1922-2022) ...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Vintage Mid-Century Modern Figurative Oil Painting - Man & Bicycle
Located in Bristol, GB
MAN & BICYCLE Size: 40 x 23 cm (including frame) Oil on Board An emotive and very well-executed mid-century modernist style figurative composition, executed in oil onto board. Sem...
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Board, Oil

Mid 20th Century Oil Figure Sat On Green Hill Admiring The Blue Cloudy Sky
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Vintage French Oil Painting by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back oil painting on artist paper stuck on board, unframed measures: 6 high ...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

1960's French Portrait of a Stylish Fashioable Lady Signed Oil Painting
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Portrait of a Lady French School, circa 1960's indistinctly signed oil on board, unframed board: 19 x 12.5 inches provenance: private collection, France condition: some paint loss t...
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

"Boy Standing in France" French Post-Impressionist Oil Painting on Board
Located in New York, NY
This painting depicts a whimsical portrait of a young boy .The bright colors and quick brush strokes are what makes this painting so attractive and desirable. The piece is done in a ...
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Post-Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Board, Oil

Mid 20th Century Oil Portrait Of A Blonde Lady In Blue Dress Sat On The Sand
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Lady In Blue by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back oil painting on board, unframed measures: 9.75 high by 14.5 inches wide condition: over...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Boats at Sunset, Original Gouache on Paper, Impressionist style, French Painter
Located in PARIS, FR
*Dimensions include the frame This French watercolor dating from around 1930 conveys a serene maritime scene that resonates with the aesthetic principles of the Impressionists. The ...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Gouache, Laid Paper

French school circa 1930, Portrait of a young man with blue eyes, oil
Located in Paris, FR
French school circa 1930 Portrait of a young man with blue eyes Oil on cardboard panel 27 x 21.5 cm Bears a signature (illegible) upper right Framed : 34.5 x 29.5 cm
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Modern Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

God Bless Our Home, Social Realist Scene, Figurative Americana Interior Scene
Located in Doylestown, PA
"God Bless Our Home" is an interior and figurative scene of a woman sitting on her couch in serious and proper expression. The Americana style painting was created by American genre ...
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American Realist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Mid 20th Century French Oil Painting Girl in Blue Dress on Sandy Beach
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Vintage French Oil Painting by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back oil painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 6 inches high by 10 inc...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Oil

1930's French Impressionist Lumber Jack Axing A Mythological Tree
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 12.5 high by 8 inc...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist Maiden Lying On Four Pillar Bed Watercolour Painting
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 9.5 high by 6.5 in...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist Religious Figure Preaching Watercolour
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 10.5 high by 8.5 i...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist The Crucifixion Watercolour
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 12.75 high by 9 in...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist Bride In The Woods Followed By Dark Figure
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 8 high by 6.5 inch...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist Patisserie Poster 'With Good Ebiles'
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 5.5 high by 7 inches wide...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist Black & White Horse Pulling Kart and Figures
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 9.75 high by 13.5 ...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

1930's French Impressionist Nude Figure In Woods Haunted By His Eye
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
French Landscape signed by Louise Alix (French, 1888-1980) *see notes below provenance stamp to the back watercolour painting on artist paper, unframed measures: 10 high by 7.75 in...
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Impressionist Mid-20th Century Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor

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