Early California Landscape Oil Painting by Ralph Davidson Miller P1174

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This has the shimmer of the vanished California. Every generation of  native Californian will start a conversation about where they live with "You should have seen it when…" Well, this painting shows you what they mean. What their grandparents meant when they described how it was. And there is a stunning little bonus. The other side ...

Lewis Ramsey: Cowboy Pulp Cover Painting P1173

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Striking Cowboy Pulp Cover attributed to artist Lewis Ramsey. Oil on Canvas, image 24 x 25, with frame 30.5 x 31.5.   Lewis A. Ramsey was born in Bridgeport, Illinois in 1875. He was a portraitist and landscapist. He died in southern California in 1941. John Hafen was Ramsey's first art teacher. In 1892, he began study at the ...

Edward Borein (1873-1945) Ink Studies of Cowboys Roping P1170

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Sensational Western artist. technical mastery allied to acute observation and huge amount of verve and spirit. The real thing.   18" x 14" framed Price on request. No other artist captured the "disappearing West" with the accuracy and vivacity of John Edward Borein (1872-1945). A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Edward Borein rode south in ...

Edward Borein Rope Casting Cowboy Ink Study P1168

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In an artist, a thin skin is often part of the equipment. Taking heartfelt encouragement from one of his peers as thinly veiled disparagement, Ed turned away from working in oils. Oil painting's loss was watercolor's and drawing's gain. These studies are nonpareil. 12" x 9" framed Price on request.

Portrait of a Woman in a Coat Oil On Canvas by Rachel Rubinstein 1937 P1159

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Stunning portrait of a society beauty. Well, I made that up. About who she is. The sitter remains unknown in spite of her superb white coat which is really pretty haute in its cut. She is definitely top top.  As little is known about the very accomplished artist, unfortunately. This is first rate work with a more ...

J. P. McMeekin Snake River Canyon Railroad Oil on Board 1884 P1116

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A wonder from a painter who stayed put painting in one place until he got it right. This is how the West was won, and how one dedicated artist captured that moment. The spiritual strain in American landscape painting is fully present in this man's work. Framed 36" x 27". Price on request Joseph Patrick McMeekin (1857-1936) Millet Island ...

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 ...

Franz Rederer View of 74th St Manhattan 1944 P1109

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This is a stunner. If you're a New Yorker, it breaks your heart. If you're not, you are one now. A perfect capture of a place, a time, a light. Canvas  39" x 41", Frame 43" x 45" Exhibited at the De Young Museum in San Francisco in 1944, Exhibit tags attached. Price on request. Born in Zürich, ...

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 ...

William Frederick Foster Magazine Illustration World War I P1079

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Prime Minister David Lloyd George, at the War Cabinet, conferring with his Military Secretary Colonel Arthur Lee (later First Viscount Lee of Fareham). Probably one of a series of illustrations for an article, or several, on the conduct of the Great War, perhaps for Colliers, Harper's or The Saturday Evening Post. From the estate of ...