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Period: Early 1900s
"Femme nue assise" original etching
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original soft ground etching. Catalogue reference: Delteil 12. Executed in 1906, this is a lifetime impression published in 1909 in Berlin by Cassirer for "Kunst und Kunstler...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

Akrobatka, Signed Surrealist Etching by Frantisek Kupka
Located in Long Island City, NY
Frantisek Kupka, Czech (1871 - 1957) - Akrobatka. Year: circa 1903, Medium: Drypoint on wove paper, signed and dedicated in pencil, Image Size: 4.75 x 5 inches, Size: 16.75 x 11.25 i...
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Surrealist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

A Graphite & Colored Pencil Drawing by Henri Le Sidaner, "La Barrière, Gerberoy"
Located in Chicago, IL
A graphite & colored pencil drawing of La Barrière, Gerberoy, by important Post-Impressionist painter Henri Le Sidaner, titled "La Barrière, Gerberoy". Drawing accompanied with a ce...
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Post-Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Graphite, Paper, Color Pencil

"Near Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey" Date: 1908. Exquisite small snow scene!!!!!!
Located in San Antonio, TX
Julian Onderdonk (1882 - 1922) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 6 x 9 Frame Size: 19 x 22 Medium: Oil Dated 1909 "Near Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey" Julian Onderdonk (1882 - 1922) Known...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Oil

"Le Parlement de Londres, Soleil Couchant" etching
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: etching (after the Claude Monet painting). Etched by French artist Gustave Greux (1838-1919) after Monet. This is a rich impression on l...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

"Paysans portant du foin" original etching
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original etching and drypoint. Catalogue reference Delteil 126. Printed in 1900 and published in Paris by H. Floury as the frontispiece for Gustave Geffroy's "La Vie Artistiq...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

La rue du village
Located in LE HAVRE, FR
Léopold SURVAGE (1879-1968) La rue du village Oil on canvas Size: 50 x 61 cm Signed lower right Provenance: Private collection in Normandy. Oil on canvas in good condition. Small...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Oil

"Femme nue assise" original etching
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original soft ground etching. Catalogue reference: Delteil 12. Executed in 1906, this lovely impression on cream laid paper is from the rare 1906 first edition of "Histoire d...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

The Clipper William Volckens
Located in Raleigh, NC
The ship William Volckens by the maritime painter Antonio Jacobsen. Signed and dated lower right "Antonio Jacobsen, 1909". The Volkens flies both the American and Swedish flags. Oil ...
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American Realist Early 1900s Art

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Oil

"Self Portrait" lithograph
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: lithograph (in smaller size after the original lithograph). This edition was published in Germany by Cassirer ca. 1903, and is now rare. Printed on smooth cream wove paper. I...
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Early 1900s Art

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Lithograph

Original Antique Advertising Poster Michelin Man Tyres Bibendum Bicycle Cigar
Located in London, GB
Original antique advertising poster for Michelin tyres featuring a great illustration showing the trademark Bibendum character - the iconic Michelin Man figure made from tyres - smok...
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Early 1900s Art

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Paper

Oeuvres Complètes Illustrées - Rare Book by Victor Hugo - 1902
Located in Roma, IT
Oeuvres Complètes Illustrées is a rare book by Victor Hugo published in 1902.  Edited by Librairie du Victor Hugo Illustré - Paris.  Edition published on the centenary of Victor Hu...
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Modern Early 1900s Art

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Paper

BY SALT MARSHES
Located in Portland, ME
(Dow, Arthur Wesley)illus. BY SALT MARSHES: PICTURES AND POEMS OF OLD IPSWICH by Everett Stanley Hubbard. (Artists of the Book in Boston, #74). Ipswich, MA. 1908, Privately printed. ...
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Early 1900s Art

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Woodcut

"Le Gamin" original etching - Boy with a Dog
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original etching. Catalogue reference: Guerin 27 and Harris 31. This charming etching is one of several compositions executed by Edouard Manet on the subject of a boy and his...
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Post-Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

Luigi Lucioni attr. Traditional American Still Life, 20th century
Located in Larchmont, NY
Attributed to Luigi Lucioni Untitled (Still Life), c. 1900 Oil on canvas 30 x 26 in. Framed: 34.5 x 30 in. Born in Malnate, Italy, in 1900, Luigi Lucioni became one of America's well-known landscape painters, whose work has been noted for its heightened realism and photographic attention to detail. Lucioni immigrated to the United States with his family in 1911. In 1915 he won a competition which allowed him to attend Cooper Union, and he began studying there with William Starkweather. In 1920, he studied with William Auerbach Levy...
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Realist Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Oil

Old 17 Mile Drive, Carmel California Landscape Early 1900s Oil on Linen
Located in Soquel, CA
Old 17 Mile Drive, Carmel California Landscape Early 1900s Oil on Linen Gorgeous early 20th century landscape of rugged Carmel Old 17 Mile Drive coastline by Frank Lucien Heath...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Linen, Oil

(after) Winslow Homer "The Lookout -- All's Well" etching
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: etching (etched by William Bicknell after Winslow Homer's 1896 painting). Although there is no inscription, it is presumed to have been published in 1906 by the John A. Lowel...
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Early 1900s Art

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Etching

Golden Dragon Bowl by Amphora, Art Nouveau c. 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
A golden serpentine dragon with feathered wings encircles a shallow bowl with mottled blue, pink, and orange glazing. Polished gold glaze on head and tail. This form was part of the ...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Ceramic

Hidden Valley, San Anselmo, Marin County, California
Located in San Francisco, CA
Artist: Jack Wisby– American (1869 - 1940) Title: Hidden Valley, San Anselmo, Marin, California Year: 1909 Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 20 x 28 inches. Fram...
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Realist Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Oil

Whaling – 1900 Monumental Zoology Vintage Lithograph
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Joseph Fleischmann, 'Whaling' (Hartingers Wandtafeln: Zoologie T. XXXII), monumental vintage color lithograph, 1900. Signed in the matrix, lower right. A superb, beautifully nuanced ...
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Naturalistic Early 1900s Art

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Lithograph

Karl Feiertag, Lacemakers At Burano, Venice, Antique Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This early 20th-century oil painting by Austrian artist Karl Feiertag (1874-1944) depicts two young women making lace in Burano, Venice. Sat within a qu...
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Early 1900s Art

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Oil, Canvas

Important Ashcan School Signed Brooklyn Bridge New York City View Rare Painting
Located in Buffalo, NY
Antique American impressionist ashcan school pastel painting. Pastel and gouache on paper. Signed. Framed.
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Paper, Gouache, Pastel

Andrew Thomas Schwartz Neoclassical Style Painting
Located in Larchmont, NY
Andrew Thomas Schwartz (American, 1867-1942) The Fates, c. 1900 Oil on canvas 30 x 30 in. Framed: 39 1/4 x 39 in. Andrew T. Schwartz was born in Louisville, Kentucky. His early education was in the public schools of his hometown, where he showed great promise as an artist. In 1890, he began intense art study with the famed Frank Duveneck at the Cincinnati ArtAcademy. He later studied with H. Siddons Mowbray at the Art Students League in New York, where he was awarded the Lazarus Scholarship for mural painting to study abroad, which resulted in three years of study in Italy, France, Germany and England. He was, at the time, only the second person to win that award. His work from the Lazarus trip was the subject of an individual show at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He returned to the United States to assist his teacher Mowbray in decorating the University Club and J. P. Morgan's private library in New York. He later worked independently and developed a following as a mural painter. His reputation was certainly enhanced by the mural Christ, the Good Shepherd for the Baptist Church in South Londonderry, Vermont, which was considered at the time one of the best examples of mural painting. Other murals were painted for the Courthouse of New York, the New York YMCA, the Atkins Museum of Fine Art in Kansas City and the Kansas City Life Insurance Company Building. Schwartz also painted a number of other paintings in addition to his murals, including both figurative and landscapes. Many of his landscapes are views of New England. He exhibited extensively at the National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, and other major cities. He was a member of the National Society of Mural Painters, the Salmagundi Club, the Architectural League of New York, Allied Artists of America, American Watercolor Society, the Circolo Artistico of Rome, Italy, and the Union International Des Beaux Arts et Des Lettres of Paris, France. A memorial show of Schwartz's work was held at the Lotus Club of New York City in 1944 through the efforts of the sculptor, Charles Keck. The dean of art critics of the time, Royal Cortissoz, viewed Schwartz's work before the exhibition in Keck's studio and wrote, "Schwartz could saturate an Italian scene in the handsome 'Roman Twilight' but when he came to paint the countryside of his native land he was moved solely by its racy sentiment. He had charm as well as craftsmanship." Perhaps the best tribute one artist can give another was given Schwartz by the famed American artist, Elihu Vedder...
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Other Art Style Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Oil

Portrait de Sylvie Lacombe
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"Portrait de Sylvie Lacombe" is a Post-Impressionist painting by Théo van Rysselberghe. The portrait is signed with monogram and dedication, upper right, "pour ma petite amie Sylvie ...
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Post-Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Oil

Le Ruban Noir - Early 20th Century British Portrait by Edmund van Someren
Located in London, GB
EDMUND VAN SOMEREN (British 1875-1963) Le Ruban Noir Signed l.r.: E L van Someren; signed, inscribed and dated on the reverse: “Le Ruban Noir”/ E L van Someren 1903 Oil on canvas F...
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Realist Early 1900s Art

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Oil

"Porte Saint-Denis, Paris", Early 20th Century Oil on Canvas by Joaquín Pallares
Located in Madrid, ES
JOAQUÍN PALLARÉS ALLUSTANTE Spanish, 1853 - 1935 PORTE SAINT - DENIS signed "J. Pallares" (lower left) oil on canvas 10-1/2 x 15-3/4 inches (26.5 x 40...
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Realist Early 1900s Art

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Oil, Canvas

Death and Life by Gustav Klimt, Das Werk lifetime collotype, 1908-1912
Located in Chicago, IL
Original collotype created from Gustav Klimt’s Death and Life, painted in 1908. Published and edited by Verlag H.O. Miethke and printed by k.k. Hof- und St...
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Vienna Secession Early 1900s Art

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Paper

The Mother - British Old Bronze Sculpture Dark Brown Patina Albert Toft Original
Located in Sofia, BG
"The Mother" is a bronze sculpture by the English professor of modeling and sculpture Albert Toft. About the artwork The bronze is covered with dark brown...
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Modern Early 1900s Art

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Bronze

Original "Saxoleine Petrole Surete" vintage stone lithograph 1900
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Saxoleine Petrole de Surete, artist Jules Cheret. Linen-backed turn-of-the-century original stone lithograph poster advertising Saxoleine, a lamp oil. The glow from this l...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Lithograph

" Summer Evening Southwest Texas " 1909 Texas Hill Country
Located in San Antonio, TX
Julian Onderdonk "Summer Evening S. W. Texas" Texas Hill Country (1882 - 1922) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 9 x 12 Frame Size: 15 x 18 Medium: Oil on panel Dated 1909 "Summer Evening S. W. Texas" "A Texas Painter Worked Under the Radar in New York," By Eve M. Kahn, March 6, 2014, The New York Times Onderdonk, a San Antonio native who died of an intestinal ailment in 1922, at 40, is best known for painting swaths of Texas bluebonnets. Those canvases can bring more than $500,000 each, while his New York scenes usually end up in the five-figure range. Onderdonk’s parents were painters in San Antonio, and in 1901, when he was a teenager, they sent him to New York for training. Through 1909, he lived in various Manhattan apartments and Staten Island houses. He then returned to Texas, but continued to spend months at a time in New York. In 1902 he had married a Manhattan teenage neighbor, Gertrude Shipman. While she focused on raising their daughter, Adrienne, and worrying about their strained finances, “he created more than 600 works of art, often producing a painting or two a day,” Eyewitnesses recorded his prolific pace in New York, but Onderdonk works bearing those dates rarely turn up. The puzzling gap in his productivity is explained in family correspondence that the Bakers uncovered: The artist admits that he was signing pieces with pseudonyms. He mostly used Chas. Turner and Chase Turner and occasionally resorted to Elbert H. Turner and Roberto Vasquez. Julian Onderdonk was the son of the important Texas landscapist, Robert Onderdonk. He was the father's pupil at age 16. Sponsored by a Texas patron, he studied at the Art Students League in New York when he was 19, the pupil of Kenyon Cox, Frank DuMond, and Robert Henri. He also studied with William Merritt Chase on Long Island. In 1902, having lost his Texas patron because he married, he asked $18 for 12 paintings at a Fifth Avenue dealer in New...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Oil

Mexican Artist ¨Perro Prehispánico¨ signed limited edition art print lithograph
Located in Miami, FL
Rufino Tamayo (Mexico, 1899-1991) 'Perro Prehispánico', 1990 lithograph on paper 34.5 x 26.8 in. (87.6 x 67.9 cm.) Edition of 45 Unframed
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Contemporary Early 1900s Art

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Lithograph

"In Port"
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Jim’s of Lambertville is proud to offer this artwork by: Edward Willis Redfield (1869 - 1965) Edward W. Redfield was born in Bridgeville, Delaware, moving to Philadelphia as a young child. Determined to be an artist from an early age, he studied at the Spring Garden Institute and the Franklin Institute before entering the Pennsylvania Academy from 1887 to 1889, where he studied under Thomas Anshutz, James Kelly, and Thomas Hovenden. Along with his friend and fellow artist, Robert Henri, he traveled abroad in 1889 and studied at the Academie Julian in Paris under William Bouguereau and Tony Robert-Fleury. While in France, Redfield met Elise Deligant, the daughter of an innkeeper, and married in London in 1893. Upon his return to the United States, Redfield and his wife settled in Glenside, Pennsylvania. He remained there until 1898, at which time he moved his family to Center Bridge, a town several miles north of New Hope along the Delaware River. Redfield painted prolifically in the 1890s but it was not until the beginning of the twentieth century that he would develop the bold impressionist style that defined his career. As Redfield’s international reputation spread, many young artists gravitated to New Hope as he was a great inspiration and an iconic role model. Edward Redfield remained in Center Bridge throughout his long life, fathering his six children there. Around 1905 and 1906, Redfield’s style was coming into its own, employing thick vigorous brush strokes tightly woven and layered with a multitude of colors. These large plein-air canvases define the essence of Pennsylvania Impressionism. By 1907, Redfield had perfected his craft and, from this point forward, was creating some of his finest work. Redfield would once again return to France where he painted a small but important body of work between 1907 and 1908. While there, he received an Honorable Mention from the Paris Salon for one of these canvases. In 1910 he was awarded a Gold Medal at the prestigious Buenos Aires Exposition and at the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915 in San Francisco, an entire gallery was dedicated for twenty-one of his paintings. Since Redfield painted for Exhibition with the intent to win medals, his best effort often went into his larger paintings. Although he also painted many fine smaller pictures, virtually all of his works were of major award-winning canvas sizes of 38x50 or 50x56 inches. If one were to assign a period of Redfield’s work that was representative of his “best period”, it would have to be from 1907 to 1925. Although he was capable of creating masterpieces though the late 1940s, his style fully matured by 1907 and most work from then through the early twenties was of consistently high quality. In the later 1920s and through the 1930s and 1940s, he was like most other great artists, creating some paintings that were superb examples and others that were of more ordinary quality. Redfield earned an international reputation at a young age, known for accurately recording nature with his canvases and painting virtually all of his work outdoors; Redfield was one of a rare breed. He was regarded as the pioneer of impressionist winter landscape painting in America, having few if any equals. Redfield spent summers in Maine, first at Boothbay Harbor and beginning in the 1920s, on Monhegan Island. There he painted colorful marine and coastal scenes as well as the island’s landscape and fishing shacks. He remained active painting and making Windsor style furniture...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Oil

EDDA Icy Nordic Vase by RStK Amphora c. 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Hard earthenware vase, matte white with blue-gray accents made to evoke ice and winter. The 1900 EDDA series from Amphora was named after two medieval Icelandic poems of Norse mythology...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Stoneware

Rare Early 20th Century Cornish Harbor Fishing Boats Landscape 1910
Located in Soquel, CA
Important and historical painting titled, "Cornish Harbor With Boats" by Royal Academy of British Artists member Adolph M. Brougier (German, 1870-1926). Brougier exhibited at the 100th anniversary of the Reign of Queen Victoria Exhibition of 1911. Signed lower left corner "Brougier." Label on verso: "No 278, Adolph Brougier, RBA. Sold by Mrs. John Diehl, Daughter of the Artist." Born in Germany, Brougier studied art in France and spent his later years painting in Santa Barbara,California. Image, 15"H x 22"W. Displayed in vintage wood frame. BROUGIER, Adolph was born on September 23, 1870 in Stuttgart. Son of a German merchant whose family was of French origin. Education Stuttgart; Munich; Studied art for three years at Munich, and later spent a year in Paris, where he studied under Benjamin Constant and Bougereau. Career From there he went to Rome, where he also took up sculpture. Settling down in Munich he became a member of the Ktinster Genossenschaft and Luitpoldgruppe. Paid frequent visits to Italy, Spain, and the Tyrol. Has lived in England since 1901. Exhibits at Munich, Berlin, Salon at Paris, and Royal Academy. Figure and landscape painter. Membership Royal Society of British Artists. Clubs: Alpine, German Athenaeum. Royal Society of British Artists. Clubs: Alpine, German Athenaeum. Interests Other Interests Fishing, bicycling, and mountain climbing...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Canvas, Encaustic, Oil

Original "Fishmonger" or Pesche, untitled vintage print c. 1908
Located in Spokane, WA
Original Alphonse Mucha decorative panel. Linen backed in very good condition A-/B+ condition. This lovely poster looks just like an oil painting. It is a rare design by Alphonse ...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Lithograph

"Road Through The Woods " 1909
Located in San Antonio, TX
Julian Onderdonk (1882 - 1922) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 9 x 12 Frame Size: 17.5 x 20.5 Medium: Oil Dated 1909 "Road Through The Woods" Julian Onderdonk (1882 - 1922) Known as the "Bluebonnet Painter", Robert Julian Onderdonk was a Texan who spent his summer's in New York City and the remainder of the year in San Antonio. He earned his title from the many wildflower paintings he did of the flowering fields near his hometown. He was the son and art student of artist Robert Jenkins Onderdonk and the brother of Eleanor Onderdonk, also a prominent Texas painter, sculptor, and art administrator. In 1901, when he was nineteen, he went to New York and enrolled at the Art Students League and became a student of Kenyon Cox, Robert Henri, and Frank DuMond. He also studied with William Merritt Chase at Chase's summer school at Shinnecock on Long Island and the New York School of Art, and Chase had a continuing influence on his work. Ever in need of money to support his love of painting, Onderdonk took a temporary position in 1906 with the Dallas State Fair Association to put on an art exhibit, and three years later he took a job with them that lasted until until his premature death in 1922 at age forty. Onderdonk married in 1902, and when he returned to Texas in 1909, the New York art critics had become aware of him. Onderdonk would maintain a foothold in the art world there because his employment by the Dallas State Fair Association required him to return on a yearly basis to New York City. Even though the artist had never been a member, the National Academy of Design in New York City took the rather extraordinary step, upon his death, of exhibiting Onderdonk's last painting, "Dawn in the Hills". A fund-raising campaign in San Antonio purchased the painting for the city's art museum. Robert Julian Onderdonk was a member of the Allied Artists of America, Salmagundi Club and San Antonio Art League. His paintings are in the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Fort Worth Art Association, Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, San Antonio Museum Association and Stark Museum of Art, Orange, Texas "A Texas Painter Worked Under the Radar in New York," By Eve M. Kahn, March 6, 2014, The New York Times Onderdonk, a San Antonio native who died of an intestinal ailment in 1922, at 40, is best known for painting swaths of Texas bluebonnets. Those canvases can bring more than $500,000 each, while his New York scenes usually end up in the five-figure range. Onderdonk’s parents were painters in San Antonio, and in 1901, when he was a teenager, they sent him to New York for training. Through 1909, he lived in various Manhattan apartments and Staten Island houses. He then returned to Texas, but continued to spend months at a time in New York. In 1902 he had married a Manhattan teenage neighbor, Gertrude Shipman. While she focused on raising their daughter, Adrienne, and worrying about their strained finances, “he created more than 600 works of art, often producing a painting or two a day,” Eyewitnesses recorded his prolific pace in New York, but Onderdonk works bearing those dates rarely turn up. The puzzling gap in his productivity is explained in family correspondence that the Bakers uncovered: The artist admits that he was signing pieces with pseudonyms. He mostly used Chas. Turner and Chase Turner and occasionally resorted to Elbert H. Turner and Roberto Vasquez. Julian Onderdonk was the son of the important Texas landscapist, Robert Onderdonk. He was the father's pupil at age 16. Sponsored by a Texas patron, he studied at the Art Students League in New York when he was 19, the pupil of Kenyon Cox, Frank DuMond, and Robert Henri. He also studied with William Merritt Chase on Long Island. In 1902, having lost his Texas patron because he married, he asked $18 for 12 paintings at a Fifth Avenue dealer in New York City...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Oil

Secessionist Geometric Urn by Paul Dachsel c. 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Whereas earlier Art Nouveau pottery focused on asymmetrical design to represent the wild and unpredictable aspects of nature, forward-thinking artists such as Paul Dachsel and those of the Vienna Secession also explored the geometric elements of nature. Four-handled blue and gray urn...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Ceramic

"Bellosguardo (Florence, Italy)"
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Jim’s of Lambertville Fine Art Gallery is proud to present this piece by Daniel Garber (1880 - 1958). One of the two most important and, so far, the most valuable of the New Hope Sc...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Oil, Board

Maiden with Lily Pad by Ernst-Wahliss, Art Nouveau c. 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Standing atop a textured, frothy pastel sea, a classic green Art Nouveau maiden stands cradled by figural waves with an offering of a lily pad. An excellent example of the "ivory por...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Ceramic

"Fields in Jersey"
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Jim’s of Lambertville Fine Art Gallery is proud to present this piece by Daniel Garber (1880 - 1958). One of the two most important and, so far, the most valuable of the New Hope Sc...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Oil, Canvas

"The Canal"
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Jim’s of Lambertville is proud to offer this artwork. Signed lower left. Complemented by a hand carved and gilt frame. Illustrated in "Edward Redfield: Just Values and Fine Seeing" by Constance Kimmerle and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts's Exhibition of Paintings by Edward Redfield (April 17 to May 16, 1909) brochure Edward Willis Redfield (1869 - 1965) Edward W. Redfield was born in Bridgeville, Delaware, moving to Philadelphia as a young child. Determined to be an artist from an early age, he studied at the Spring Garden Institute and the Franklin Institute before entering the Pennsylvania Academy from 1887 to 1889, where he studied under Thomas Anshutz, James Kelly, and Thomas Hovenden. Along with his friend and fellow artist, Robert Henri, he traveled abroad in 1889 and studied at the Academie Julian in Paris under William Bouguereau and Tony Robert-Fleury. While in France, Redfield met Elise Deligant, the daughter of an innkeeper, and married in London in 1893. Upon his return to the United States, Redfield and his wife settled in Glenside, Pennsylvania. He remained there until 1898, at which time he moved his family to Center Bridge, a town several miles north of New Hope along the Delaware River. Redfield painted prolifically in the 1890s but it was not until the beginning of the twentieth century that he would develop the bold impressionist style that defined his career. As Redfield’s international reputation spread, many young artists gravitated to New Hope as he was a great inspiration and an iconic role model. Edward Redfield remained in Center Bridge throughout his long life, fathering his six children there. Around 1905 and 1906, Redfield’s style was coming into its own, employing thick vigorous brush strokes tightly woven and layered with a multitude of colors. These large plein-air canvases define the essence of Pennsylvania Impressionism. By 1907, Redfield had perfected his craft and, from this point forward, was creating some of his finest work. Redfield would once again return to France where he painted a small but important body of work between 1907 and 1908. While there, he received an Honorable Mention from the Paris Salon for one of these canvases. In 1910 he was awarded a Gold Medal at the prestigious Buenos Aires Exposition and at the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915 in San Francisco, an entire gallery was dedicated for twenty-one of his paintings. Since Redfield painted for Exhibition with the intent to win medals, his best effort often went into his larger paintings. Although he also painted many fine smaller pictures, virtually all of his works were of major award-winning canvas sizes of 38x50 or 50x56 inches. If one were to assign a period of Redfield’s work that was representative of his “best period”, it would have to be from 1907 to 1925. Although he was capable of creating masterpieces though the late 1940s, his style fully matured by 1907 and most work from then through the early twenties was of consistently high quality. In the later 1920s and through the 1930s and 1940s, he was like most other great artists, creating some paintings that were superb examples and others that were of more ordinary quality. Redfield earned an international reputation at a young age, known for accurately recording nature with his canvases and painting virtually all of his work outdoors; Redfield was one of a rare breed. He was regarded as the pioneer of impressionist winter landscape painting in America, having few if any equals. Redfield spent summers in Maine, first at Boothbay Harbor and beginning in the 1920s, on Monhegan Island. There he painted colorful marine and coastal scenes as well as the island’s landscape and fishing shacks. He remained active painting and making Windsor style furniture...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

1901 Original poster by Alfred Roller Wiener Kunststickereien Vienna Secession
Located in PARIS, FR
Beautiful, original poster, emblematic of advertising art created by Austrian artist Alfred Roller. Roller was a versatile artist at the turn of the 20th...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

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Paper, Lithograph

Antique American School Museum Size Arts & Crafts Fall Landscape Oil Painting
Located in Buffalo, NY
Antique American impressionist oil painting of a fall landscape. Oil on canvas, circa 1900. Apparently unsigned. Displayed in a period giltwood frame. Image size, 50"L x 30"H, ov...
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Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Oil, Canvas

Gunner Riding - Original Etching by Giovanni Fattori - 1900 ca.
Located in Roma, IT
Image dimensions: 16.5x10 cm Signed on plate by the artist. Bibliography: A.Baboni, L’Ottocento: le incisioni di Giovanni Fattori, Museo Civico “Giovanni Fattori”, Livorno 2001, p. 7...
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Naturalistic Early 1900s Art

Materials

Etching

Art Nouveau French Cameo Glass 'Umbels Vase' by Emile Gallé, Nancy - 40 cm
Located in Paris, FR
Emile GALLE Tall Cameo Glass Vase with Umbels ornaments Crafted in Nancy (Lorraine) c. 1905 Bearing Galle signature in cameo Made of white opalesce...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

Materials

Glass

CANAL BRIDGE AMSTERDAM
Located in Santa Monica, CA
JOHN MARIN (1872 -1953) CANAL BRIDGE AMSTERDAM, 1906 (Zigrosser 13 i/ii) Etching, drypoint and plate tone. A PROOF IMPRESSION of the 1st state, Annotated...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Etching

Herman Hyneman Original American Portrait, Signed and Dated 1907
Located in Larchmont, NY
Herman Hyneman (1849-1907) Sunday Morning, 1907 Oil on board 15 3/4 x 11 1/2 in. Framed: 21 1/3 x 17 1/2 in. Signed lower right: Copyright 1907 by H.N. Hyneman Inscribed verso: Sunday Morning by H.N. Hyneman The following is from Peter Jung who credits "a friend named Jeff Gold on Long Island." Herman N. Hyneman (1849 - 1907) was born in 1849 to one of the most prominent Jewish families in Philadelphia. Unlike most Jewish families of the time, his embraced and encouraged his artistic talent. In 1874, Hyneman followed his first cousin Moses Ezekiel, National Academy member, to Europe to study. They first went to Germany and then to France where Hyneman began eight years of study with Leon Bonnat, the French Master. In Paris, the twenty-five year old Hyneman resided in a studio building at 75 Boulevard Clichy, with expatriates Frederic Arthur Bridgeman, Charles Sprague Pearce, Milne Ramsey, and Edwin Blashfield. Hyneman was clearly exposed to the works of these more experienced artists, as well as that of Walter Gay. In 1879, one of Hyneman's genre paintings, entitled "Desdemona", was accepted into the Paris Salon. That painting received favorable reviews both in Europe, and later in Philadlephia where it was exhibited alongside the works of other Philadelphia Artists exhibiting at the Salon that included Thomas Eakins, Pearce, Edward May...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

Materials

Board, Oil

Early 20th Century Carmel Point Lobos and Monastery Beach Seascape
Located in Soquel, CA
Gorgeous, vibrant early 20th century seascape painting of Point Lobos looking toward Monastery Beach, Carmel by Rinaldo Cuneo (American, 1877-1939). Signed "Cuneo" lower right. Presented in a giltwood frame. Image, 11"H x 12"W. Dubbed “The Painter of San Francisco." Well received at the Panama Pacific International Exhibition in 1915. Born in San Francisco, California and raised in the North Beach area, Rinaldo Cuneo was a painter of landscape, still lifes, city views and muralist who, commissioned by the Federal Art Project adminstrators, painted murals in Coit Tower in San Francisco in 1934. His studio and cottage in San Francisco, later in his career, had a panoramic view of the bay from Telegraph Hill. His family were painters including two of his brothers, Cyrus and Egisto Cuneo, and several family members were founders of the Tivoli Opera Company in San Francisco. He served in the Spanish-American War and then studied at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art with Arthur Mathews and Gottardo...
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American Impressionist Early 1900s Art

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Board, Oil

Memento Mori - Drawing attr. to Franz Biedermann - 1902
Located in Roma, IT
Memento Mori is a modern artwork realized by Franz Biedermann (attr.) in 1902. Large-format drawing depicting a skull lying on an open book, in front of a large crucifix...
Category

Symbolist Early 1900s Art

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Paper

The Old Horse - Etching by Giovanni Fattori - 1900-1908 ca.
Located in Roma, IT
Image dimensions: 20.2 x 15.3 cm. The Old Horse is a superb original etching (on copper matrix) on paper, signed on plate by the Italian Macchiaioli master...
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Naturalistic Early 1900s Art

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Etching

Original Antique Poster Cognac Albert Robin French Drink Advertising Art Bird
Located in London, GB
Original antique drink advertising poster for Albert Robin Cognac featuring a stunning design by the renowned poster artist Leonetto Cappiello (1875-1942)...
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Early 1900s Art

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Paper

Original Antique Fashion Clothing Advertising Poster Hermann Scherrer Hohlwein
Located in London, GB
Original antique men's fashion and clothing advertising poster for Hermann Scherrer Breeches maker Sporting Tailor Munchen Neuhauser Strasse 32. Great artwork by the notable German graphic artist Ludwig Hohlwein (1874-1949) featuring a man carrying a saddle and a horse whip...
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Early 1900s Art

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Paper

Models at Window - Stencil by Paul Iribe - 1908
Located in Roma, IT
Pochoir. Signed on plate. One of the beautiful illustrations realized by Paul Iribe for "Les Robes de Paul Poiret" in 1908. Passepartout included : 69 x 50 cm.
Category

Post-Impressionist Early 1900s Art

Materials

Stencil

Das Grausen - Lithograph After A. Kubin - 1903
By After Alfred Kubin
Located in Roma, IT
Das Grausen is a lithograph realized after a work by Alfred Kubin in 1903, Hand-signed and titled, plate from Faksimiledrucke nach Kunstblättern, edition H. Von Weber. Included a...
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Symbolist Early 1900s Art

Materials

Lithograph

Magazine l'Asino - Original Ink and Watercolor by Gabriele Galantara - 1909
Located in Roma, IT
Magazine l'Asino is an original ink and watercolor drawing by Gabriele Galantara (April 4, 1909). This is the cover of the donkey magazine realized in China ink and watercolour, in ...
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Early 1900s Art

Materials

Ink, Watercolor

Portrait of Child with Flowers in Hands - Original Miniature Painting by A. Noci
Located in Roma, IT
Little portrait by Arturo Noci realized in 1909 probably in US. Bronze frame Signed and dated by the artist at bottom right. Very good conditions. This artwork is shipped from Italy...
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Early 1900s Art

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Oil

"Les Robes de Paul Poiret racontées par Paul Iribe" - Lithograph - 1908
Located in Roma, IT
Original lithograph and Pochoir (stencil). One of the beautiful illustrations realized by Paul Iribe for "Les Robes de Paul Poiret" in 1908. Very good condition except for some minor...
Category

Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

Materials

Lithograph

Art Nouveau French Cameo Glass 'Umbels Vase' by Emile Gallé, Nancy - 63cm High
Located in Paris, FR
Emile GALLE Tall Cameo Glass Vase with Umbels ornaments Crafted in Nancy (Lorraine) c. 1905 Bearing Galle signature in cameo Made of white opalescen...
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Art Nouveau Early 1900s Art

Materials

Glass

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