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Oil Hand Signed Impressionist

Impressionist Oil Painting, circa 1900 Artist Signed
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Impressionist oil painting of a nude. Artist-signed on lower corner, illegible Signature. The original frame is 5" thinc showing age and wear, all original.
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Antique Early 1900s European Paintings

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Canvas

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Impressionist Close Up of a Hand, Oil Painting, Signed
By Claude Benard
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Impressionist Close Up of a Hand, Oil Painting, Signed By French artist Claude Benard, (1926 - 2016) Initialled by the artist on the lower left hand corner Oil painting on board, unf...
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1940s Impressionist Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Late Impressionist Still Life Oil Painting, Pitcher with Peonies, Signed
Located in Vero Beach, FL
Late impressionist still life oil painting, pitcher with peonies, signed, early 20th century This late impressionistic floral still life with pitcher is painted with heavy impasto...
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Early 20th Century French Belle Époque Paintings

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Linen

Antique Venetian Oil on Canvas Impressionist Painting of Harbor Scene, Signed
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique Italian oil on canvas impressionist painting of Venetian harbour scene with sailboat, signed lower right and seated in giltwood frame, 19th century. Measures: 20" H x 23.5...
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Antique 19th Century Italian Paintings

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Canvas, Giltwood

Impressionist Still Life of a Hand, Oil Painting, Signed
By Claude Benard
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Impressionist Still Life of a Hand, Oil Painting, Signed By French artist Claude Benard, (1926 - 2016) Signed and dated '1942' by the artist on the lower right hand corner Oil painti...
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1940s Impressionist Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Impressionist Oil on Canvas Painting, Signed
Located in Cypress, CA
Impressionist oil on canvas painting mounted on board. Signed. 20th century. The fine quality painting depicting a tranquil boy seated in a traditional home with his arm around a gla...
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20th Century Paintings

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Wood

Impressionist Oil on Canvas Landscape Painting of Pond, Signed Bussely
Located in Big Flats, NY
Impressionist oil on canvas painting depicts spring lake scene with pond and blooming flowers, signed lower right D. Bussely, seated in giltwood frame, 20th century Measures: 16" ...
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20th Century French Paintings

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Giltwood, Canvas

Vintage French Impressionist Paris Street Scene Oil on Canvas Signed Arnes
By Antoine Blanchard
Located in Big Flats, NY
A vintage Impressionist oil on canvas Parisian street scene by Arnes in the manner of Antoine Blanchard depicts Paris city street with figures, structures and horse drawn buggy, arti...
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20th Century French Paintings

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Canvas

Antique Impressionist Oil on Canvas Landscape in Newcomb-Macklin Frame, Signed
By Newcomb-Macklin Co.
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique impressionist landscape oil-on-canvas painting signed (Welon?) in Newcomb-Macklin giltwood frame, en verso label reads "Newcomb-Macklin Co., Picture Frame Makers, 15 Eas...
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Early 20th Century American Paintings

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Canvas, Giltwood

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The earliest paintings were created on the walls of caves, proving even our ancient ancestors knew that striking artwork is meant to be on display. Cave paintings on an Indonesian island are reportedly older than the earliest cave art in Spain and France, and the figurative paintings back then were produced with inorganic pigments like iron oxide. Later, the people of Ancient Greece — who learned about art from the Egyptians before them — conceived panel paintings of wax and tempera that were collected and publicly displayed. In the centuries that followed, artists would be commissioned to create large-scale wall murals and frescoed ceilings in sprawling European palaces and in the homes of the aristocracy.

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