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Antique French Barbizon Landscape oil painting, sunset painting, riverscape
Located in AIGNAN, FR
19th century Antique French landscape oil painting in traditional Barbizon style, unsigned. A sunset lights this painting, giving it atmosphere and presence. It's on a thick wood b...
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Late 19th Century Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Clearing Skies, Paris, France, Jean Salabet, Impressionist, Oil
Located in Wiscasset, ME
Jean Salabet was born in 1913 in Logroño, Spain. By the age of 15, Salabet was drawing and painting the mountains and sea. He was self taught, visiting museums as often as possible. ...
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20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Quiet Harbor
Located in Provincetown, MA
Robert Cardinal, originally from Montreal, has been living on Cape Cod for most of the past fifty years. In the late 1950s, he left Canada and moved to Greenwich Village. From there,...
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2010s Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Beach Cottages
Located in Provincetown, MA
Robert Cardinal, originally from Montreal, has been living on Cape Cod for most of the past fifty years. In the late 1950s, he left Canada and moved to Greenwich Village. From there,...
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2010s Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Beach Cottages
Located in Provincetown, MA
Robert Cardinal, originally from Montreal, has been living on Cape Cod for most of the past fifty years. In the late 1950s, he left Canada and moved to Greenwich Village. From there,...
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2010s Landscape Paintings

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Oil

"SUPPER TIME STORM" WESTERN COVERED WAGON DONALD YENA BORN 1933 DATED 1975
Located in San Antonio, TX
Donald Yena (1933- ) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 20 x 30 Frame Size: 28 x 38 Medium: Watercolor Dated 1975 "Suppertime Storm" Biography Donald Yena (1933- ) San Antonio Artist Don...
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1970s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Watercolor

St Ives Shadows, Cornwall, Original painting, Oil on canvas, Coastal art, Beach
Located in Deddington, GB
St Ives Shadows is an Original Painting by Eleanor Woolley. Painted in the Artist's Gloucestershire Studio, St Ives Shadows is inspired by a trip to Cornwall last Summer. Photographs...
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2010s Expressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Antique figurative oil painting, Landscape, Riverscape, French art
By Pierre Garnier
Located in AIGNAN, FR
Antique French landscape oil painting/figurative oil painting of a woman at the edge of the water by Pierre Garnier, signed in the bottom left...
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1890s French School Landscape Paintings

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Oil

The Young Artist
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"The Young Artist" is an oil on panel painting made in 1926 by Grant Wood. The work is signed lower right, "Grant Wood". The painting size is 11 x 14 x 1 inches. The framed size is 2...
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Early 20th Century American Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Panel

Sunset Coming, Abstract Seascape, Original Landscape Painting, Framed Artwork
Located in Deddington, GB
Stormy Skies is an original landscape painting by Stephen Kinder. The painting has a strong gestural composition and loose brushwork, which heightens the changing light, and tide. A...
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2010s Abstract Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Board

LARGE OLD MASTER LATE 18th CENTURY CIRCLE of SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS OIL PAINTING
Located in Ferndown, GB
OLD MASTER LATE 18th /EARLY 19th CENTURY CIRCLE of SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS OIL PAINTING Fine OIL PAINTING Old Master 18th Century R.A artist in a Large Gold Gilt Frame By ? Similar $1...
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18th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Henry H Parker, Highland Loch With Cattle, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This early 20th-century oil painting by British artist Henry Hillingford Parker (1858-1930) depicts a Highland loch with cattle, track and mountain. Parker adored the natural world ...
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1910s Naturalistic Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Alan Witney, Kentish Weald From The North Downs, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This picturesque 20th-century oil painting by British artist Alan Witney (1914-1996) depicts a view from the North Downs in Kent. Witney’s early years were spent in India where his father worked as a Christian missionary. One can imagine that the rich intense sunsets made quite an impression on him. In 1924, he moved to London with his mother and siblings and by the age of 25, he was employed as an art master in Bournemouth on the south coast. Here, in a work completed in the 1960s, he’s captured a charming view from the North Downs in Kent. At this point in his career, he was probably living in Kent with his wife Margaret. The pair were married in Sevenoaks. He was a skilful painter, making this complex little piece appear effortless. Note the variation of tones and clever composition with its framing trees...
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1960s Modern Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

OIL PAINTING 19th Century By Robert E . Roe British old master Gold Gilt Frame
Located in Ferndown, GB
VERY RARE Oil PAINTING Antique 19th Century By Listed artist British old master OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING BRITISH SCHOOL 19th Century Gold Frame Description Late 19th century “Good...
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Mid-19th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Dune in the Morning Light
Located in Greenwich, CT
Marla Korr Biography American, b. 1950 Marla Korr attended Brooklyn College, earning both a B.A. and a M.F.A. There she studied with Philip Pearlstein, Lennart Anderson and Jimmy E...
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2010s American Realist Landscape Paintings

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Linen, Oil

Untitled (View of Provincetown Harbor)
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"Untitled (View of Provincetown Harbor)", is an oil on panel work made by Hans Hofmann circa 1937. The work is stamped verso by the estate of Hans Hofmann. The artwork size is 17 1/4...
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Early 20th Century Abstract Expressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Panel

FINE Original By CHARLES CATTERMOLE (1832-1900) British OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING
Located in Ferndown, GB
VERY RARE Oil PAINTING Antique 19th Century By Listed artist CHARLES CATTERMOLE (1832-1900) British old master in Beautiful Gold Gilt Frame MORE PIECES AT WWW.OLDFINEART.COM ( late...
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Mid-19th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

John White, The Big One, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This late 19th-century oil painting by Scottish artist John White (1851-1933) depicts a boy fishing in a stream with the sea beyond. With his line taut, he leans back and looks opti...
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1880s English School Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Patrick Nasmyth, Landscape With Cottages, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This early 19th-century oil painting by Scottish artist Patrick Nasmyth (1787-1831) depicts a landscape with cottages, trees and horseback rider. Patrick Nasmyth is one of the unsun...
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1820s English School Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

TEXAS WATERFOWL ARTIST HERB BOOTH HOUSTON GEESE. WATERFOWL. DUCKS 39 X 51 FRAMED
By Herb Booth
Located in San Antonio, TX
Herb Booth (1942 - 2014) Texas Artist Image Size: 29 x 41 Frame Size: 39 x 51 Medium: Watercolor "Waterfowl" Geese, ducks, more Herb Booth (1942 - 2014) Wat...
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1980s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Watercolor

Landscape Oil Painting, large French Landscape oil painting, Normandy landscape
Located in AIGNAN, FR
A rhythmic portrayal of the Normandy countryside. This is a large post impressionist landscape oil painting by French artist, Pierre-Edmond Pe...
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1960s Post-Impressionist Landscape 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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Mid-20th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

OIL PAINTING 18th Century By Thomas B Hardy British old master Gold Gilt Frame
Located in Ferndown, GB
OLD MASTER Large OIL PAINTING 18th CENTURY NAVEL HARBOUR OLD MASTER LARGE OIL PAINTING 18th Century NEW COLLECTION Of RARE PIECES OF ENGLISH HISTORY “ Very Good condition pane...
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Mid-19th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

FINE OIL PAINTING By Robert Woodley Brown 19th Century British OLD MASTER PIECE
Located in Ferndown, GB
OLD FINE Original Antique 19th Century British OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING Very Good Condition Canvas , a little crazing due to age . Professional Cleaned & Re-vanished , Re-lined Ready to hang. " Beautiful frame is in Very Good condition , this work alone would cost £700 alone (See Pictures) Fine Original Antique 19th Century British OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING Romantic Scene GOLD GILT FRAME By The Reverend Robert Woodley-Brown 1798 - 1869 Similar $4,000 Premier Collection This Piece is Exceptional good for its age , nice piece of British history Description ( 19th century ) Title: Romantic Scene 1845 Artist: The Reverend Robert Woodley-Brown 1798 - 1869 Signed : maybe under the frame edge Provenance: john Castagno art signature directory Medium : Oil painting on Canvas Condition: Very Good Country: British school Frame size : 23 in x 19 in ( 58 cm x 48 cm) Canvas size : 16" x 12" With an estimate of £3000 - £4000 in a London west End Gallery Description : The Reverend Robert Woodley-Brown was one of those early English landscape painters whose style is so distinct that it is nearly impossible not to be able to instantly recognize his work. This one is no exception.; His paintings remind me of the old movie, “Shangri-La,” where the travelers found a magical place while crossing the Himalayas. The Reverend’s paintings have that kind of magic in them; perhaps it’s his rich color palette or his slightly provincial, yet very Georgian style. It seems there are always pretty skies along with mountains in the background and rivers or lochs somewhere in his compositions. In any case, the result is still pure magic.; This is an accomplished yet charming painting by an artist thought to be actively painting from around 1810 to 1850 and specializing in the stunning scenery of England’s Lake District. Unfortunately, little is known about Reverend Brown’s personal life, and he did not sign most of his works. I have handled several of his paintings in the course of my career and he always has been among my favorite artists.; This gorgeous landscape delivers all of Reverend Woodley-Brown’s quintessential style, color and romantic feel for which his work is admired. His figures, though seemingly entranced themselves by the beauty around them, are there primarily to give scale and a focal point. The trees are in deep, rich greens, while the pink-tinged sky further show off his talent in the realm of color. We are immediately pulled into the artist’s world. The serenity of the scene, as in all of his works, is overwhelming, making the viewer a willing partner in the artist’s interpretation of it. The very Woodley-Brownish romantic folly only adds to the scene’s charm.; In the world of Reverend Brown, his cottages often became follies shrouded in greenery. The background mountains rose...
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Mid-19th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Antique Flemish 18th Century Oil Painting Swans Frightened by Dog in Landscape
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Swans Startled by Dog Flemish Old Master, 18th century oil on bevelled wood panel, framed framed: 14.5 x 17 inches panel: 10 x 13 inches provenance: private collection, UK condition:...
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18th Century Old Masters Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Race Day
Located in Greenwich, CT
American, b. 1942 John Charles Terelak is recognized as one of America's finest living impressionists. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he received formal art instruction at the Vespe...
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2010s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Panel

OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING 18th CENTURY Scottish School FINE DETAIL GOLD GILT FRAME
Located in Ferndown, GB
DESCRIPTION OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING 18th CENTURY Scottish School FINE DETAIL GOLD GILT FRAME NEW COLLECTION Of RARE PIECES OF Scottish HISTORY Description ( Late 18th centur...
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18th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Misty Evening Marsh
Located in Greenwich, CT
American, b. 1952 Frank Corso was born in Syracuse New York. Taking a keen interest in art at a very early age, he was inspired to draw and paint the landscape of the Finger Lakes r...
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2010s American Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Memory of Bantry
Located in Greenwich, CT
Elizabeth Higgins Biography b. 1960 Elizabeth Higgins describes herself as an abstract figurative and landscape painter. Everything around her serves as a potential subject, an insp...
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2010s Contemporary Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

High Meadows, Caernarvon
Located in Hillsborough, NC
Contemporary impasto oil painting rendering a traditional croft and loch scene in rich color with a modern aesthetic, by British artist Charles Wyatt Warren (1908-1993). Mountains w...
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Mid-20th Century Contemporary Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Board

Three Trees
Located in Greenwich, CT
Elizabeth Higgins Biography b. 1960 Elizabeth Higgins describes herself as an abstract figurative and landscape painter. Everything around her serves as a potential subject, an insp...
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2010s Abstract Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Board, Oil

LARGE FINE OIL PAINTING By Robert Bradley NAVY ADMIRALTY NICE GOLD GILT FRAME
Located in Ferndown, GB
OIL PAINTING LARGE ROBERT BRAMLEY (NAVY ADMIRALTY 20th CENTURY Very good condition for age , (see pictures) FINE RARE MARTINE PAINTING ORIGINAL OLD MASTER 19th Century STYLE OIL ...
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20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Hudson River Landscape, 1865 by Johann Hermann Carmiencke (American, 1810-1867)
By Johann Hermann Carmiencke
Located in New York, NY
Painted by Hudson River School artist Johann Hermann Carmiencke, "Hudson River Landscape" 1865 is oil on canvas, measures 12 x 18 inches, and is signed and dated 1865 at the lower ri...
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19th Century Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Anglers on an Adirondack Lake by Ernest Parton (American, 1845-1933)
Located in New York, NY
Hudson River School artist Ernest Parton's (1845-1933) "Anglers on an Adirondack Lake" is oil on canvas, measures 10 x 20 inches, and is signed and dated 1871 at the lower left. The ...
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19th Century Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Prairie Dragon
Located in West Des Moines, IA
Joseph Theroux creates a soft and quiet landscape of a wide field. A forest of trees can be seen in the background as the clouds overhead roll by. There are no animals or signs of ot...
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2010s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Walter Heath Williams, Idyllic Landscape With Family
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This charming 19th-century oil painting by British artist Walter Heath Williams (fl.1841-1876) depicts an idyllic rural landscape with family. Here, amid the crisp glow of British s...
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1870s English School Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Summer along the Boquet River, 1875 by Julie Hart Beers (American, 1835-1913)
Located in New York, NY
Painted by Hudson River School artist Julie Hart Beers (1835-1913), "Summer along the Boquet River" is oil on canvas and measures 9 x 11 inches. It is signed and dated 1875 at the lo...
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19th Century Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Estuary Landscape
Located in East Grinstead, GB
Marcel Dreyfus ( Dyf ) 1899-1985, was a French landscape, portrait and still life painter who painted in the Impressionist style. This watercolour with wash is typical of Dyf, he was...
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Mid-20th Century Landscape Paintings

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Watercolor

Large Antique American Impressionist River Valley Framed Landscape Oil Painting
Located in Buffalo, NY
Antique American impressionist river gorge landscape painting. Oil on canvas. Framed. Image size, 37L x 27H. Very finely framed.
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1890s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Shawangunk Mountains by Lemuel Maynard Wiles (American, 1826-1905)
Located in New York, NY
Shawangunk Mountains [View from top of Granit Road Looking Southeast] by Hudson River School artist Lemuel Maynard Wiles (1826-1905) is oil on can...
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19th Century Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Board, Oil, Canvas

Crow and Deer
Located in Dallas, TX
"Crow and Deer" by artist Miles Cleveland Goodwin is oil on linen, and measures 24 x 30 inches. Including the artist-made frame, the overall dimensions are 25 1/2 x 31 5/8 inches. Th...
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2010s Realist Landscape Paintings

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Linen, Oil

Highlands - Hudson River from West Point by Thomas B. Pope (American, 1834-1891)
Located in New York, NY
Painted by Hudson River School artist Thomas Benjamin Pope (1834–1891), "Highlands - Hudson River from West Point Looking North" is oil on canvas ...
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19th Century Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Board, Oil

OIL PAINTING Manner of PETHER British School 19th Century Fine Quality Piece
By Abraham Pether
Located in Ferndown, GB
FINE Antique 19th Century Shipping Night Scene British old master oil painting in a Gold Gilt Frame OIL PAINTING "RARE OLD NIGHT SCENE" 19th CENTURY IN A GOLD GILT FRAME FINE MAST...
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Mid-19th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

HUGE OIL PAINTING MARITIME SHIP MASTER PIECE 20th CENTURY NICE GOLD GILT FRAME
Located in Ferndown, GB
HUGE 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 $10,000 Premier...
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19th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Emily Gladys Court ROI, Promenading In Hyde Park, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This splendid early 20th-century oil painting by British artist Emily Gladys Court ROI (1876-1957) depicts a bright Summer’s day in Hyde Park, London. An abundance of impressionisti...
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1910s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Landscape with river oil on canvas painting Spain spanish
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Josep Colomer Valls (1970) - Landscape - Oil on canvas Oil size 38x46 cm. Frameless.
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2010s Realist Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Sunset on the Hudson River by Hermann Simon (American, 1846-1895)
Located in New York, NY
Painted by Hudson River School artist Hermann Simon (1846-1895) , "Sunset on the Hudson River" is oil on canvas, measures 15 x 25 inches, and is signed and dated 1875 at the lower ri...
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19th Century Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

"OCTOBER SNOWS" G. HARVEY WESTERN GERALD JONES SNOW SCENE 22 X 19 FRAMED
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 12 x 9 Frame Size: 22 x 19 Medium: Oil "October Snows" G. Harvey, known for paintings closely linked in mood and subject matter to Edouard Cortes [1882-1962], G Harvey creates romanticized street scenes of turn of the century towns in America. Rain slick streets reflect urban lights, and the weather is obviously cold. He grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend for his grandson. So, the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright. Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduating cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career. Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint The Smithsonian Dream, commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year-old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg. It is obligation of fine artists to present us with more than pretty pictures. They must also make us feel. Among the western painters of today, there is none more capable of accomplishing this than G. Harvey. In his paintings, the viewer into only sees the physical elements of his subject, but also senses the mood that surrounds them. It is a remarkable aspect of fine art, which few artists are able to master. Gerald Harvey Jones was born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1933. His grandfather was a cowboy during the trail-driving era when legends grew up along the dusty trails north from Texas. Family stories of wild cattle and tough men were absorbed by a wide-eyed boy and became the genesis of G. Harvey's art. A graduate in fine arts at North Texas State University, Harvey taught full-time and painted nights and weekends for several years. It was through painting that he found his greatest satisfaction, and his native central Texas hill country provided the inspiration for most of his earliest work. With the development of his talent and the growth of his following, Harvey began to expand his artistic horizons. He left teaching and concentrated on a career in fine art. He sought the essence that is Texas and found it not only along the banks of the Guadalupe, but in cow camps west of the Pecos, and in the shadows of tall buildings in big Texas cities. The streets of Dallas once echoed with the sound of horse's hooves and the jingle of spurs. Historic photographs reveal what it looked like, but only an artist like Harvey can enable a viewer to experience the mood and flavor or the time. Contemporary west art has too often centered on the literal representations from its roots in illustrations. Artists like G. Harvey take us a step further, to the subjective impressions that are unique to each great talent, and which constitutes something special and basic to fine art expression. Harvey is a soft-spoken and unassuming man who cares deeply about what he paints without becoming maudlin or melodramatic. We sense there is more in each Harvey painting than just that which is confined to the canvas. Resources include: The American West: Legendary Artists of the Frontier, Dr. Rick Stewart, Hawthorne Publishing Company, 1986 Artist G. Harvey grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend. So, the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright. Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduation cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career. Two years as a struggling artist followed, but 1965 brought acclaim for the artist's first prestigious show, The Grand National exhibition in New York, and the American Artists' Professional League presented him with their New Master's Award. President Lyndon Johnson discovered his fellow Texan's talent, became a Harvey collector and introduced John Connally to the artist's work. Connally was enthusiastic about Harvey's art, and, on one occasion, he presented a G. Harvey original to each governor of Mexico's four northern states. Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint The Smithsonian Dream commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Through his art, our history lives. Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year-old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg. Gerald Harvey Jones, better known as G. Harvey, grew up in the Texas Hill Country listening to his father and grandfather tell stories about ranch life, frontier days in Texas, and driving cattle across the Red River. Early in his career, he began to draw inspiration from that collective memory for paintings that would eventually earn him the reputation as one of America's most recognized and successful artists. His art is rooted in the scenic beauty of the land he grew up in and the staunch independence of the people who live there. He says, "My paintings have never been literal representations. They are part first-hand experience, and part dreams generated by those early stories I heard. They are a product of every place I have been, everything I have ever seen and heard." G. Harvey graduated from North Texas State University. He taught in Austin, but continued to study art in his spare time, eventually devoting full time to his painting. The year 1965 was a turning point when he won the prestigious New Masters Award in the American Artist Professional League Grand National Exhibition in New York. It is often said that in viewing a work of art, one is granted a unique look into the thoughts and expressions of values that give meaning to the artist work. Nowhere does this ring truer than the art of G. Harvey. Though Harvey has had nearly two decades of sell-out shows, an outstanding honor came with a series of one-man shows in Washington, D.C. in 1991. The first was at the National Archives featuring his paintings of the Civil War era, then a selection of paintings of notable Washington landmarks was exhibited at the Treasury Department, culminating in a one-man show of 35 paintings at the Smithsonian Institution during their exhibition of The All-American Horse. His work was featured in Gilcrease Museum exhibitions from 1992-1997. In 1987 his alma matter...
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Late 20th Century Impressionist Landscape 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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Mid-20th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

"FLINT HILLS" 49 x 57 FRAME ORIGINALLY FROM HIS DAUGHTER'S COLLECTION
Located in San Antonio, TX
Birger Sandzen (1871-1954) Kansas / Colorado Artist Image Size: 40.5 x 48 Frame Size: 49.5 x 57 Hand carved gold leaf frame. Medium: Oil "The Flint Hills" Has his daughter's name on the verso. This painting was donated to Bethany college by Birger's Daughter. The college owned it for many years and then about 8 years ago it was sent to auction. It sold to an art dealer from Santa Fe, it was acquired from a gallery by a friend of mine who has owned it since that time. Biography Birger Sandzen (1871-1954) Born Blidsberg, Sweden, Feb. 5, 1871; died Lindsborg, June 19, 1954. Painter, specialized in landscapes. Etcher. Engraver. Lithographer. Teacher. Attended the College and Academy of Skara as a pupil of Olof Erlandsson. After graduation from Skara College, Sandzén spent a semester at Lund University attending art history lectures and continuing the study of French. Following Lund University he went to the technical high school at Stockholm, where he studied perspective and form drawing. Sandzén joined a group of young artists and they rented a studio at Anders Zorn's suggestion. They received instruction from Zorn as well as Richard Bergh, a well-known portrait painter and Per Hasselberg, one of Sweden's best sculptors. Sandzén then went to Paris to study with Aman Jean, where he began to associate with American students in the French studies. On returning home in 1894, a family friend sent Sandzén a booklet about Bethany College, Lindsborg and the town called "Little Sweden." Sandzén moved to Lindsborg in 1894 to teach French, voice, art history, drawing and painting at Bethany College where he remained on the faculty until 1946. He first painted in the Colorado Springs, CO area in 1916, and became a frequent visitor to Santa Fe and Taos, NM beginning in 1918. Sandzén spent the summers of 1923-24 teaching at the Broadmoor Academy in Colorado Springs (presently the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center). Sandzén also taught at Chappell House (the forerunner to the Denver Art Museum), Utah State Agricultural College, Stephens College, the University of Michigan, and the 188 Kansas City Art Institute. Sandzén's style of painting is unusual in its thick and heavy application of impasto in bold and bright color combinations, interpreting the landscape of the western United States. He is known for very colorful renderings of mountain lakes with boulders, cypress and aspen trees and moonrises along waterways. Sandzén was an important advocate for art in the region, spending time talking to people about art, organizing exhibitions and establishing art clubs. He donated artwork to the local art club to help raise money for the purchasing of art books for the library, the financing of exhibitions, and the occasional awarding of a scholarship. He painted murals for the Halstead Post Office, Where Kit Carson Camped, in 1941, for the Lindsborg Post Office, Smoky River, in 1938, and for the Belleville Post Office, Kansas Stream, in 1939. He illustrated three books, With Brush and Pencil (1905), In the Mountains, (1925), The Smoky Valley, (1922). SOURCES: Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)" Lindquist, Emory Kempton. Birger Sandzén: An Illustrated Biography. (Lawrence University Press of Kansas, 1993); American Magazine of Art, (Jan. 1927); International Studio ( Apr. 1923); Kansas Teacher (Nov. 1927); Greenough, Charles P. The Graphic Work of Birger Sandzén. (Lindsborg : Bethany College, 1952); Fielding, Mantle. Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, with an Addendum containing Corrections and Additional Material on the Original Entries. Compiled by James F. Carr. New York: James F. Carr Publ., 1965.; Newlin, Gertrude Dix (Development of Art in Kansas. Typed Manuscript, 1951); Sain, Lydia. Kansas Artists, compiled by Lydia Sain from 1932 to 1948. Typed Manuscript, 1948.; WW26-27; American Art Annual. New York: American Federation of Arts, 1898-194727; Who’s Who in American Art. New York: American Federation of Arts, 1936- v.1=1936-37 v.3= 1941-42 v.2=1938-39 v.4=1940-47. 1, 2, 3, 4; Reinbach, Edna, comp. “Kansas Art and Artists”, in Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society. v. 17, 1928. p. 571-585.; A &C KS por il.; Dunbier, Paul. The Dunbier Value Guide; Over 1200 Painters in the Western U.S. Before 1920. Scottsdale: Altamira Press, 1981.; Dawdy, Doris Ostrander. Artists of the American West: A Biographical Dictionary. Chicago: Swallow Press, 1974. Wiebe, Joanna K. “Kansans Cared About their New Deal Art”, in Wichita Eagle Beacon, May 21, 1972. p.1E & 7E-----. “Local Legends Live in Art”, in Wichita Eagle Beacon, May 22, 1972. p.1A & 3A-----. “Age Enhances Fort Scott Mural”, in Wichita Eagle Beacon, May 23, 1972. p.1A & 8A-----. “Halstead Legend Perpetuated”, in Wichita Eagle Beacon, May 24, 1972. p.1A & 16A -----. “Scenics, Murals and Lithographs Included in Kansas New Deal Art”, in Wichita Eagle Beacon, May 25, 1972. p.15A.; Samuels, Peggy. Illustrated Biographical Encyclopedia of Artists of the American West. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1976.; Snow, Florence. “Kansas Art and Artists”, in Kansas Teacher Aug-Sept. 1927, p.18-19; Oct. 1927, p.10, 12; Nov. 1927, p.11-12; Dec. 1927, p.7-8; Jan. 1928, p. 14-15; Feb. 1928, p.20-21; Mar. 1928, p.10-12; Apr. 1928, p. 16-17; May 1928, p.14, 16; June-July 1928, p.13-14.; American Art Annual. New York: American Federation of Arts, 1898-194724/12/18/20/22; KAC; Dawdy 2: Dawdy, Doris Ostrander. Artists of the American West: A Biographical Dictionary. Volume 2. Chicago: Swallow Press, 1981.; Annual Exhibition of the Artists of Kansas City and Vicinity (Kansas City Art Institute, 1915-21) 1915, 1917, 1920-21; Midwestern Artists’ Exhibition (Kansas City: Kansas City Art Institute, 1920-1942 Mines, Cynthia. For the Sake of Art: The Story of an Art Movement in Kansas. s.l. Mines, 1979.) 1922-23, 1925. 1929-33, 1935-40; Beach; Porter, Dean A, Teresa Hayes Ebie, Suzan Campbell. Taos Artists and Their Patrons, 1898-1950. South Bend, IN: Snite Museum of Art, 1999.; Bruner, Ronald Irwin. New Deal Art Workers in Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska. Thesis. University of Denver, 1979.; 100 Years of Art...
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1940s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Masonite, Oil

"MARKET ANALYST" G. HARVEY WESTERN GERALD JONES COWBOYS CORRAL 18 x 19 FRAMED
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 6 x 7 Frame Size: 18 x 19 Medium: Oil "Market Analyst" G. Harvey, known for paintings closely linked in mood and subject matter to Edouard Cortes [1882-1962], G Harvey creates romanticized street scenes of turn of the century towns in America. Rain slick streets reflect urban lights, and the weather is obviously cold. He grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend for his grandson. So, the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright. Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduating cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career. Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint The Smithsonian Dream, commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year-old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg. It is obligation of fine artists to present us with more than pretty pictures. They must also make us feel. Among the western painters of today, there is none more capable of accomplishing this than G. Harvey. In his paintings, the viewer into only sees the physical elements of his subject, but also senses the mood that surrounds them. It is a remarkable aspect of fine art, which few artists are able to master. Gerald Harvey Jones was born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1933. His grandfather was a cowboy during the trail-driving era when legends grew up along the dusty trails north from Texas. Family stories of wild cattle and tough men were absorbed by a wide-eyed boy and became the genesis of G. Harvey's art. A graduate in fine arts at North Texas State University, Harvey taught full-time and painted nights and weekends for several years. It was through painting that he found his greatest satisfaction, and his native central Texas hill country provided the inspiration for most of his earliest work. With the development of his talent and the growth of his following, Harvey began to expand his artistic horizons. He left teaching and concentrated on a career in fine art. He sought the essence that is Texas and found it not only along the banks of the Guadalupe, but in cow camps west of the Pecos, and in the shadows of tall buildings in big Texas cities. The streets of Dallas once echoed with the sound of horse's hooves and the jingle of spurs. Historic photographs reveal what it looked like, but only an artist like Harvey can enable a viewer to experience the mood and flavor or the time. Contemporary west art has too often centered on the literal representations from its roots in illustrations. Artists like G. Harvey take us a step further, to the subjective impressions that are unique to each great talent, and which constitutes something special and basic to fine art expression. Harvey is a soft-spoken and unassuming man who cares deeply about what he paints without becoming maudlin or melodramatic. We sense there is more in each Harvey painting than just that which is confined to the canvas. Resources include: The American West: Legendary Artists of the Frontier, Dr. Rick Stewart, Hawthorne Publishing Company, 1986 Artist G. Harvey grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend. So, the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright. Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduation cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career. Two years as a struggling artist followed, but 1965 brought acclaim for the artist's first prestigious show, The Grand National exhibition in New York, and the American Artists' Professional League presented him with their New Master's Award. President Lyndon Johnson discovered his fellow Texan's talent, became a Harvey collector and introduced John Connally to the artist's work. Connally was enthusiastic about Harvey's art, and, on one occasion, he presented a G. Harvey original to each governor of Mexico's four northern states. Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint The Smithsonian Dream commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Through his art, our history lives. Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year-old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg. Gerald Harvey Jones, better known as G. Harvey, grew up in the Texas Hill Country listening to his father and grandfather tell stories about ranch life, frontier days in Texas, and driving cattle across the Red River. Early in his career, he began to draw inspiration from that collective memory for paintings that would eventually earn him the reputation as one of America's most recognized and successful artists. His art is rooted in the scenic beauty of the land he grew up in and the staunch independence of the people who live there. He says, "My paintings have never been literal representations. They are part first-hand experience, and part dreams generated by those early stories I heard. They are a product of every place I have been, everything I have ever seen and heard." G. Harvey graduated from North Texas State University. He taught in Austin, but continued to study art in his spare time, eventually devoting full time to his painting. The year 1965 was a turning point when he won the prestigious New Masters Award in the American Artist Professional League Grand National Exhibition in New York. It is often said that in viewing a work of art, one is granted a unique look into the thoughts and expressions of values that give meaning to the artist work. Nowhere does this ring truer than the art of G. Harvey. Though Harvey has had nearly two decades of sell-out shows, an outstanding honor came with a series of one-man shows in Washington, D.C. in 1991. The first was at the National Archives featuring his paintings of the Civil War era, then a selection of paintings of notable Washington landmarks was exhibited at the Treasury Department, culminating in a one-man show of 35 paintings at the Smithsonian Institution during their exhibition of The All-American Horse. His work was featured in Gilcrease Museum exhibitions from 1992-1997. In 1987 his alma matter...
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Late 20th Century Impressionist Landscape 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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Mid-20th Century Realist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

"CALLE DE SANTILLANA" SANTANDER ESPANA
Located in San Antonio, TX
Jose Vives-Atsara (1919-2004) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 32 x 40 Frame Size: 39.5 x 47.5 Medium: Oil applied by palette knife "Calle De Santillana" Santander Espana Biography Jose Vives-Atsara (1919-2004) His list of Pallbearers says it all. They were not just buyers of his art they were some of his closest friends. Pallbearers: E. Glenn Biggs, James M. Cavender, III, Tom C. Frost, Jr., James W. Gorman, Jr., George B. Irish, Joseph R. Krier, Robert L. Mooney and H. Bartell Zachry, Jr. Jose Vives-Atsara was born April 13, 1919, in Villafranca del Penedes near Barcelona, Spain. A native Spaniard, he developed a love of painting at an early age, and by age 11 had committed himself to becoming an artist. He studied at Colegio de San Ramon and had his first one-person show at age 14. The Spanish Civil interrupted his idyllic young life as he was forced to serve in the Communist Army, and then was imprisoned, suffering many hardships. Soon after the war he married Emilia Hill Domenech, and in 1947 set out to move with his wife and child aboard a tramp steamer to the United States. Unfortunately, immigration quotas did not allow them to move directly to the United States, and it was eight years before they achieved that goal. During this interim before obtaining temporary visas, he and his family lived first, in Caracas, Venezuela and then in Mexico City, Mexico. The family settled in San Antonio, Texas, where he had made friends on a previous visit. He and his wife and children gained citizenship in time for their first Christmas in the United States. He became such an exemplary immigrant citizen that officials of the U.S. District Court for the Western District Court regularly invited him to share his thoughts and advice for living in America with newly naturalized citizens Vives-Atsara also developed a close relationship with the Incarnate Word College, becoming, over the years, both a professor of art, and Artist in Residence. As a painter, he depicted many local scenes including San Antonio missions and the San Antonio River. For special guests such as Pope John Paul II, heads of state, and royalty from foreign countries, he was commissioned to provide paintings as gifts. His paintings were also commissioned for Frost Bank and the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. For his vibrant oil paintings, he used only nine colors, mixed in a variety of ways. They have been described as both realistic and impressionistic. "Vives-Atsara believed that art is a reflection of the artist's soul, if this is true; his paintings reflect a beautiful, bright spirit." (Richardson) Jose Vives-Atsara died in San Antonio on January 13, 2004 and is buried there in Sunset Memorial Park Mausoleum. Jose Vives-Atsara was born in Vilafranca del Panades in the Catalonian region of Spain on April 30, 1919. As a small boy he loved to sketch with pencil and paper. He began painting at the age of eleven. His first one-man show came at the ripe old age of fourteen. From that time on, painting has been his love and his way of life. Jose studied art at Saint Raymond College and School of Fine Arts in Barcelona. He is quick to admit that his most inspirational teacher has been nature itself. Mr. Vives-Atsara came to San Antonio in 1956 where he has established his art career. His use of a palette knife in painting allows him to blend rich pure pigments to achieve his goal of creating a powerful statement of color directly on the canvas. This style is intended to produce works that are distinctively 'Vives-Atsara'. Vives-Atsara is represented in public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, Spain; Fort Worth Art Museum, Texas; His Royal Highness Juan Carlos...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

4xi by Ramon Enrich - Geometric Landscape Painting
Located in Paris, FR
4xi by Spanish contemporary artist Ramon Enrich. Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 cm. In these paintings, the artist establishes a conversation between architecture and landscape in a fi...
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2010s Contemporary Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Acrylic

Michael Therkildsen, Pastoral Landscape With Cattle & Pond, Antique Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This early 20th-century oil painting by accomplished Danish artist Michael Therkildsen (1850-1925) depicts a pastoral landscape with cattle and pond. Cows gather by a shimmering pon...
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1920s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

"THE COWBOYS" TEXAS HILL COUNTRY James Robinson (1944-2015)
Located in San Antonio, TX
James Robinson (1944-2015) Austin, Dallas, Houston Artist Image Size: 30 x 40 Frame Size: 40 x 50 Medium: Acrylic "The Cowboys" Texas Hill Country Biography James Robinson (1944-2015...
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20th Century American Realist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Acrylic

Afternoon during the autumn
Located in PÉRIGUEUX, FR
During a family afternoon in Perigord, the artist wanted to represent all the remarkable elements that his gaze encountered. The changing colors of autumn, a walker on a path… Grégoire Mathias is the inventor of diachronic cubism. An unxeplored way of cubism, who shows landscapes, situations and above all, the notion of time. His works are at the same time a decomposition of subjects, lights, in a specific period of time. Note that since 2020 the artist is making UN posters...
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2010s Cubist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Acrylic

"BLUEBONNET AND CACTUS" TEXAS HILL COUNTRY BORN 1949 FRAME 40 X 50
Located in San Antonio, TX
Robert Harrison (Born 1949) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 30 x 40 Frame Size: 40 x 50 Medium: Oil "Bluebonnet and Cactus" Texas Hill Country Landscape Biography Robert Harrison (Bor...
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20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

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