Westly Cook: The Boxer P1255

Fantastic oil on canvas impasto of an African American Boxer by Westly Cook, who was a well-known Disney artist. The painting has the legend "Ernie Shavers" on the back, though we don't believe this is a painting of Earnie Shavers, as the painting appears to be older. Caught between rounds, the artist captures the boxer's ...

“Hotel Savoy” Gunfight, oil on board P1254

There's smoke and there's blood in front of the Hotel Savoy, but the Gunfighter's not giving up, not yet. Even though his compadre appears to have bit the dust alongside. Great oil on board, circa 1930. Artist is unknown. Possible illustration art. Artwork is 12 x 16, Framed 20.5 x 24. Price on request.

Simon Werner Cars In Front of One Park Avenue 1920s Magazine Illustration Original Art P1253

A terrific New York scene to show off a pair of elegant automobiles by an artist who made a specialty of illustrating swell cars in swanky settings amongst elegant folks, in periodicals such as Coiuntry Life, McCall's, Judge and Everybody's Magazine, often associated with the advertising for Pierce -Arrow. Oil on canvas. Re-lined. Absolutely tops. Frame ...

Carved Wooden Prospector and Pack Mule 1940s Folk Art Sculpture A982

Really superb example of American folk sculpture. Carved and painted wood, string, leather and cotton cloth. Artist unknown. Some minor damage to the right hand and the left brim of the hat. A loving attention to detail balanced by a serene stylization of form. Alive as only great folk art can be. 4" wide, 14 1/2" long ...

Female Nude Oil On Board P1246

Nude figure in a landscape, might be a truer description. The effect is dream-like and intriguing, somewhat visionary in fact. Signature defies interpretation. Which is a pity, because we'd like to know more about this artist. Frame 29" x 33", Board 24" x 29" Price on request.

Texas Centennial Poster Cowboys Under Many Flags 1936 P1249

The centennial of Texas' independence from Mexico is what was being celebrated in 1936, as were all things Texas. Terrific designer/artists were set to the task of creating this series. Though copies abound, originals like this one are rare, mounted on art board for display at travel agencies and the like. Here we capture Texas in a ...

Texas Centennial Poster Mexican-American Accordion Player P1248 SOLD

The centennial of Texas' independence from Mexico is what was being celebrated in 1936, as were all things Texas. Terrific designer/artists were set to the task of creating this series. Though copies abound, originals like this one are rare, mounted on art board for display at travel agencies and the like. This especially rare one celebrated with great ...

“Stage Station – Villa Citos” (Vallecito) by H.Tapia Oil on Board P1247

Knockout primitive painting of an old stage station in the desert. Original station in Vallecito was built in 1845 The road through the valley was the only wagon road into southern California and during California's Gold Rush days, thousands of prospectors passed through Vallecito, refreshing both themselves and their animals.About 1851, a pioneer by the name ...

Bradley and Hubbard Bull Terrier Bronze Paper Weight A987

It's unusual to find on of these rare Bradley and Hubbard late 19th Century bronze paper weights. The design of the head echoes that of their famous door stop. 4.5" x 4.5" x 3". Great detail in this truly scarce piece. Price on request. Bradley & Hubbard were specialists in creating metal objects. Walter Hubbard and his brother-in-law, Nathaniel Lyman Bradley, ...

Tie Rack & Mirror with Alligators Circa 1900 A984 SOLD

This unusual, nay, unique vintage tie rack has small cast alligators holding the tie rack below a small bevelled mirror. Ideal for selection and tying of one's cravat. surprisingly smart design. Circa 1900. Ready to use and in used but good condition. 6" x 10''. Perfect for the man who has everything. Because he doesn't have THIS. Price on ...

Victoria Taxco Mixed Metals Fish Glass Holders in Silver, Copper and Brass M835

A unique set of Mexican made glass holders by Victoria of Taxco, Mexico. Pieces look hand tooled and finished. Pair of glass holders in solid Copper, Brass and Silver with tall slender glass to center. Circa 1950. 6" x 3". Ana Nunez de Brilanti is one of the original Taxco Silver designers from the late 1930's. She ...