Yearly Spring Cleaning Parking lot sale March 7th and 8th Yellow tags half price and good till gone.

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We are fortunate enough to have found some very amazing finds over the last 5 years.. But sadly we don't have room to adequately show off all our treasure.. so Most all furniture and lighting thats been in inventory 2 or more years is headed for the half Price warehouse- The Parking lot in fact. We ...

Richard Lillis Western Pulp Magazine Original Art Oil on Board 1940s P1108

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Labelled a fragment, this small painting packs an outsize wallop. The strength of the composition belies the designation. Wild, Woolly and Western. And more than a little woofy. That's one handsome cowpoke handling that battering ram. And that door is going down. Art is 7 1/2" x 10 3/4", frame 10 1/4" x 13 1/2". Price on ...

Roger “Bud” Upton “Catalina Island View” P1106

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Haunting seascape view of Catalina Island from the ultimate insider, Roger "Bud" Upton. Secluded cove view is an oil on canvas, unsigned. 24x x 20h, framed. Image is 20w x 16h. Price on request. "Bud" Upton was born in Massachusetts, but moved with his family to Pasadena, California as a baby.  He went to Catalina for the ...

Desert Hills Oil on Canvas John William Hilton circa 1941 P1100

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Evocative desert landscape by John Hilton (1904-1983). Particularly fine work on the sky. Catching the desert light is a rare achievement. Born in Carrington, North Dakota, John Hilton is known for desert landscape painting as well as scenes with cowboys, horses, and cattle.  He was also a poet, musician, geologist, miner, and entertainer. His father was ...

Melville T Wire Etching ” Ramona’s Marriage Place – San Diego” c 1935 P1098

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Melville Wire was born in Austin, Illinois in 1877, and at age seven moved with his family to Salem, Oregon where his father became pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. He and his father spent a lot of time together hunting and fishing, and spotting the son's art talent, his father enrolled him in ...

Fokko Tadama (1871-1937) “Ladies Lunching – Seattle” 1920s Oil On Canvas P1097

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Born illegitimate and bi-racial, orphaned young, half Indonesian, half Dutch, and finally and impact-fully American, Fokko Tadama's story is as interesting as his body of work. And it varies in the telling (see below) Mentor to the Issei community of painters, he is an important figure in the Northwest School of painting. First steeped in the Dutch ...

Lady With a Black Eye by Peter Baum 1958 Oil on Canvas P1088

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Magazine illustration original. And we mean original. Because it really packs a wallop. By one of the masters of the genre in its last great late flowering. The image contains a wealth of cultural information, ideas and contradictions. She's been hit. We might assume a man did it. We don't know the story. She is ...

Basque Peasant Wedding Procession Henry Van Schie 1937 Oil on Canvas P1085

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This is an absolutely extraordinary painting. A fascinating mixture of dress and accoutrements are visible, from Victorian (top hat), earlier (flintlock pistols left over from the Peninsular war), even older (traditional peasant costume) to the modern. We know this is the Basque country in Spain by the berets (blue). Each face vivid, unforgettable. There is ...

Frederick Becker “Rocky Waterfall” P1084

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Great western landscape of a rocky waterfall in the mountains by the great Frederick Becker. Oil on board, Image is 15 x 12, with gold frame 24 x 21. Price on request. An itinerant artist, specializing in landscapes and murals, Frederick Becker was born in Vermillion, South Dakota, and lived in New York City, Oklahoma City, Texas, ...