Suite of Four Houses in Watercolors by Robert W Daley P907

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San Bernardino painter Robert Daley assigned vivid personalities to each one of these lovelies, the three slightly wacky but venerable Queen Annes, and the single one-story shack thrown in as the joker in the pack. Beautifully framed in pickled wood, these mid-century marvels illustrate the fun Modernists had with Victorians. We think they make a ...

James Colt Cowboys Oil on Board P905

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Fantastic palette knife and dry brush technique exactly right for this small but spectacular and highly masculine scene of mounted cowboys working a herd you can't see for the dust they're raising. Price on request. James Colt was forever the teacher of the philosophy behind his art.  This quote from him sums up the core values of ...

Irv Wyner Evening Barn P903

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If we were asked what truly distinguishes Irv Wyner's work we would immediately say his way of intensifying the theatrical possibilities of natural light. He heightens, simplifies, distills. The result is as immediately readable and seemingly simple as a cartoon and yet packed with detail and an acuity of observation that takes your breath away. ...

Irv Wyner Under the Sea Oil On Board P902

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Irv Wyner's take on underwater life is gorgeously dramatic. His animator's instinct for storytelling and his eye for the salient detail inform this vivid, comical and engrossing scene, teeming with life, beauty, mystery, and a hint of danger. A definite element of that danger is the line he walks as a colorist between the gorgeous ...

Irv Wyner Sailboats Watercolor and Gouache P901

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One of the unsung heroes of animation, particularly noted for backgrounds in the hallucinated body of work produced by that mad genius Chuck Jones, Irv Wyner's work grabs the eye and works the brain, even in what would seem to be a straightforward maritime scene. Check out the relation of the light on the sails ...