New Digs in Hollywood, Ca

Well its been a month!. We have moved into 3 new locations.As before everything is still online but the actual location of the items are now spread over 3 locations. Venice, Hollywood and Now Oxnard. At our Hollywood Office/ Showroom we stroll have the best of the best in Pottery, Tile ,Vintage Mexican Silver, Art, ...

Albert J Londraville: Cowboy Scout P1435

Super portrait of a cowboy or scout from Londraville. Captures it all. 22.5 x 28 unframed. Oil on board. Biography of Albert J Londraville from the Archives of askART Scenic artist at MGM who attended Otis Art Institute and studied with Nicolai Fechin; An Exhibition of Paintings — Pastels — Drawings — Serigraphs by Albert Londraville, The Pasadena ...

Delmar Boni (1948- ) “Indian Arts” Silkscreen on Canvas 1960s P1346

Delmar Boni is one of a dazzling generation nurtured by the Institute of American Indian Arts during its golden age under the tutelage of the great Fritz Scholder, Allan and Anne Hauser and Louis Ballard. Determined to revolutionize Native American music and easel painting and sculpture, freeing it from the label of ethnic crafts and the threat ...

Leonard Borman Sierra Madre River Bend SOLD P1319

Really superb example of Borman's work. A landscape of amazing depth with the Sierras in a numinous sunlit haze behind and the river bend with the woods on either side in much sharper focus, still in light, but with the evening shadows gathering. Oil on canvas 30" x 24", frame 35" x 29". Painter, etcher. Born in Northampton, England ...

“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.

Margaret McDowd: North Lake California P1221

An enchanting study of North Lake by an extremely gifted painter. Price on request.    Margaret McDowd Margaret Epeneter McDowd was born in Colorado on March 26, 1894. Margaret was the wife of Edward L. McDowd.  She started her professional career doing fashion illustrations for the Denver Post. By 1930 she had settled in Beverly Hills.  She died there on ...

Lewis Ramsey: Cowboy Pulp Cover Painting SOLD P1173

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 Rope Casting Cowboy Ink Study P1168

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.

Frederick Becker “Rocky Waterfall” P1084 SOLD

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, ...

Joseph P. Frey “Western Landscape” P1054

Joseph P. Frey "Western Landscape," verdant foothills making way for the craggy peaks beyond. Beautiful and quintessential western scene, probably California Sierra Nevada. Dated 1957. Oil on board, 24" x 18" image, with frame 30" x 24". Price on request. Artist bio: Joseph P. Frey was born in Walla Walla, Washington on October 17, 1892.  At age sixteen Frey ...

Lawrence Murphy “Horses” Litho P1010

Lawrence Murphy signed lithograph of horses and riders. Matte frame is 16.5w x 15h, image itself is 11"w x 8"h. Price on request. Born in Denver in 1872, Lawrence Murphy grew up as the son of a wealthy banker who disinherited him after he chose an art career.  So he went to Paris -- where he studied ...