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The waiter
Located in Genève, GE
Work on cardboard Cadre en bois marron à patine dorée avec plexiglas 44.8 x 37 x 3.8 cm
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil

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H 9.06 in. W 5.91 in. D 0.08 in.
Waiter with oysters, figurative, colorful
Located in New York, NY
A painting depicting a male waiter showcasing a plate with a dozen of oysters placed in the plate and two slices of lemon in the center of the plate. The plate covers the lower half ...
Category

2010s Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Writers with Waiters - Pair of Mixed Media on Paper by Chinese Master Early 1900
Located in Roma, IT
Writers with Waiters is an original decorative pair of modern artworks realized in the first years of the XX Century. Chinese School. Two mixed media on paper; different dimension...
Category

Early 20th Century Figurative Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media

Muslim Waiter Collecting Bill
By George Goursat
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Board Signature: Signed Lower Right This work is a political cartoon of a Muslim waiter collecting a bill.
Category

Early 19th Century Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Ink, Board, Pen

Waiter Dancing and Strutting on a Ship, Possible Madeline sighting
By Ludwig Bemelmans, 1898-1962
Located in Miami, FL
As usual, Bemelmans delivers a charming moment. We see a happy-go-lucky waiter balancing a tray of food high above his head. He struts and dances down a ship's hallway as on-lookers ...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Ink, Watercolor

London Stock Exchange Waiter - 1960s British drawing by Francis Watt
By Frances Watt
Located in London, GB
FRANCES WATT (1923-2009) London Stock Exchange Waiter Pen and ink and watercolour wash, unframed, in mount only 17 by 13 cm., 6 ½ by 5 in. Edith Frances Watt was born in Falkirk ...
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1960s Realist Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Ink

Guy Buffet Original Acrylic Painting On Canvas Signed Albert Waiter Portrait Art
By Guy Buffet
Located in Bloomington, MN
Guy Buffet Authentic and Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas, Professionally Custom Framed by the artist and listed with the Submit Best Offer option Accepting Offers Now: The item ...
Category

Early 2000s Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Waiter
By Gerdine Duijsens
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Gerdine Duijsens was born in Utrecht, Netherlands, and studied at the Art Academy and the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium. The work of Gerdine Duijsens is a synthesis between figura...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Acrylic Polymer, Canvas

Singing Waiter
By Dixon Copes
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Dixon Copes was born in New South Wales in 1914 and studied at the Royal Art Society in Sydney. Much of his study was under Sydney Long, whose influence shows in Copes' work. ...
Category

1920s Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Panel

Singing Waiter
By Dixon Copes
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Dixon Copes was born in New South Wales, Australia in 1914 and studied at the Royal Art Society in Sydney. Much of his study was under Sydney Long, whose influence shows in Copes' wo...
Category

1930s Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Panel

Waiting for the Waiter
By Gerdine Duijsens
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Gerdine Duijsens was born in Utrecht, Netherlands, and studied at the Art Academy and the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium. The work of Gerdine Duijsens is a synthesis between figu...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Figurative Paintings

Materials

Acrylic, Canvas

"The waiter II" Watercolor Painting 18" x 14" inch by Salah Abdel Kerim
By Salah Abdel Kerim
Located in Culver City, CA
"The waiter II" Watercolor Painting 18" x 14" inch by Salah Abdel Kerim Born in Fayoum to a big family of 5 brothers and sisters. In 1938 he meets the famous painter Hussein Bikar ...
Category

20th Century Contemporary Figurative Paintings

Materials

Watercolor

Waiter I Didn't Order That, I Ordered a Harper Hi-Ball
By Frank Boyer
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Date: 1963 Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 15.50" x 19.50" Signature: Signed Lower Right Pre-Prohibition whiskey advertisement for Kentucky distiller I.W. Harper. After the ba...
Category

1960s Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Board

Waiter I Didn't Order That, I Ordered a Harper Hi-Ball
By Frank Boyer
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Date: 1963 Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 15.50" x 19.50" Signature: Signed Lower Right Pre-Prohibition whiskey advertisement for Kentucky distiller I.W. Harper. After the ban was...
Category

1960s Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Board

The Waiter - Original China Ink by Miimmo Rotella - 1987
By Mimmo Rotella
Located in Roma, IT
The Waiter is an original Contemporary artwork realized by the Italian Contemporary artist Mimmo Rotella (Catanzaro, 1918 – Milan, 2006) in 1987. Original China Ink on paper. Han...
Category

1980s Contemporary Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Ink

The Waiter
By Gerdine Duijsens
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Gerdine Duijsens’ spirited and evocative figures are instantly recognizable and unforgettable. Through lush, bold colors and energetic marks, her paintings emit a sense of pleasure a...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Guy Buffet Original Acrylic Painting On Canvas Signed Restaurant Waiter Portrait
By Guy Buffet
Located in Bloomington, MN
Guy Buffet Authentic and Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas, Professionally Custom Framed by the artist and listed with the Submit Best Offer option Accepting Offers Now: The item...
Category

Early 2000s Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Guy Buffet Original Acrylic Painting On Canvas Signed Waiter Portrait Male Art
By Guy Buffet
Located in Bloomington, MN
Guy Buffet Authentic and Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas, Professionally Custom Framed by the artist and listed with the Submit Best O...
Category

2010s Expressionist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Waiter Painting For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate waiter painting for your needs in our varied inventory. Find Abstract versions now, or shop for Abstract creations for a more modern example of these cherished works. You’re likely to find the perfect waiter painting among the distinctive items we have available, which includes versions made as long ago as the 19th Century as well as those made as recently as the 21st Century. Adding a waiter painting to a room that is mostly decorated in warm neutral tones can yield a welcome change — find a piece on 1stDibs that incorporates elements of beige, gray, black, orange and more. There have been many interesting waiter painting examples over the years, but those made by Gerdine Duijsens, Frank Boyer, Dixon Copes, George Goursat and Mimmo Rotella are often thought to be among the most thought-provoking. These artworks were handmade with extraordinary care, with artists most often working in paint, oil paint and canvas. A large waiter painting can prove too dominant for some spaces — a smaller waiter painting, measuring 7.09 high and 8.27 wide, may better suit your needs.

How Much is a Waiter Painting?

The average selling price for a waiter painting we offer is $3,100, while they’re typically $801 on the low end and $4,800 for the highest priced.

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Cave walls were the canvases for what were arguably the world’s first landscape paintings, which depict natural scenery through art. Portrait paintings and drawings, which, along with sculpture, were how someone’s appearance was recorded prior to the advent of photography, are at least as old as Ancient Egypt. In the Netherlands, landscapes were a major theme for painters as early as the 1500s. Later, artists in Greece, Rome and elsewhere created vast wall paintings to decorate stately homes, churches and tombs. Today, creating a wall of art is a wonderful way to enhance your space, showcase beautiful pieces and tie an interior design together.

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