Graziella Jacoby Portrait of Victor Daniels, Chief Thundercloud 1930s P607

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A beautiful drawing of a beautiful man, Victor Daniels, Chief Thundercloud, the first Tonto, who is therefore forever immortal in the hearts of the now aged children who watched him up on the screen in those first two serials. Rendered in assured strokes of the pencil and heightened with colored pencil and pastel, this portrait ...

M.C.Kinney Reclining Male Figure: Boxer 1920s P588

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A powerfully executed figure study in oils with a fantastic amount of period flavor. The gloves, the old-fashioned leather jockstrap, the slicked down hair, the leather boxing boots, all definitely date this painting to the 1920s. We aren't sure if the hand-lettered M.C. Kinney on the reverse of the canvas is the artist's name or ...

Maurice Logan “Mexican Market Scene” P587

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Beautifully executed, boldly composed, with a vivid slash of red to grab the eye, and the surprise of the deep shadows under the brims of the sombreros in the hard noon light of the marketplace, this painting by Maurice Logan jumps off the wall. Appealingly framed in the arts and crafts style. Artwork measures 29 1/2 ...

J. Barry Greene Gitano Family, Sacromonte, Granada: “A Halt In The Path” 1920s SOLD P589

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Not only divinely picturesque but impeccably 1920s, this painting is of a Gitano family, the boy and the young woman on their donkey, the old man seated on a rock holding the reins, the boy cradling a rooster, on the heights of the Sacromonte, Granada's gypsy barrio, affording a view of the Alhambra and the ...

Evylena Nunn Miller [1888-1966] “The Heights” oil on canvas SOLD P540

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An absolutely beautiful painting, titled “The Heights” by Evylena Nunn Miller. Exhibited at California Art Club's 16th Annual Exhibition. Art measures 30 x 36. Price on request. Evylena Nunn  Miller (1888-1966). Painter.  Born in Mayfield, KS on July 4, 1888. Evylena Nunn settled in Santa Ana, Ca shortly after the turn of the century.  She studied with Anna Althea Hills, ...

Keith Shaw Williams Colorado River P537

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Beautiful rugged plein air landscape in oils by Keith Shaw Williams, a true American original. Keith Shaw Williams (1905-1951). Painter, watercolorist, printmaker; New York, N.Y. Williams was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and trained in art at the National Academy of Design, the summer school of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Art Students League, ...

Walt Lee Blaze Of Autumn Plein Air P536

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An autumn scene, lively and evocative, with a great sense of movement about it, and full of the spirit peculiar to Walt Lee. 12 x 20 oil on board. Price on request. A painter and cartoonist, Walt Lee was born on March 21, 1888 in Pasadena, California on a ranch on what is now the corner of ...

Karl Albert California Plein Air Oil On Canvas P534

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The central mass of the great pepper trees sheltering the house is what gives this astonishing  painting its heft. The classic Central Valley landscape masterfully rendered. Canvas measures 20 x 24. Price on request. Karl Albert was raised on a Wyoming ranch and began painting about 1930 when working as the postmaster of Oro Frande, CA.  Studied with ...

Agnes Pelton: Smoke Tree 1935 SOLD P532

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Agnes Pelton is a fascinating figure in American art: although her reputation rests on a body of work full of contrasts and experimentation, sometimes imaginative, sometimes abstract, often deeply infused with her interests in spirituality, and always informed by a wide variety of stylistic influences, she never, once she had discovered Taos, ceased to paint  representational ...

Sydney S. Stern Mariachi P530

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A delightful studio painting by the noted commercial artist Sydney S Stern. Framed 25" x 21". Call for pricing. From his New York Times obituary, June 15, 1989: Sydney S. Stern (1890-1989), designer of the original Ritz Crackers, Shredded Wheat and Animal Crackers boxes, died of heart failure June 5 at the Palms of Pasadena Hospital in St. Petersburg, ...

Carl Oscar Borg Charcoal Study California Nocturne P524

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Possibly a study for one of his masterly etchings, this charcoal drawing conveys a sense of moonlight in a wood. The paper is creased in the the lower left hand quadrant, otherwise is very good condition Carl Oskar Borg (March 3, 1879 – May 8, 1947) was a Swedish born, American painter who was known for ...

Fremont Ellis Palm Springs 1932 Desert Scene P522

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A thick impasto and bold brushwork characterize this Palm Springs scene by Santa Fe's Fremont Ellis. An avid student of the Impressionists, Ellis was nonetheless an enthusiastic supporter of modern art and the abstract in other painters, though his own work remained figurative. Here one sees a surprising, because home grown, affinity with the European ...

Ferdinand Kaufmann Wooded Gully 1938 SOLD P521

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A small stunner from Ferdinand Kaufmann. In his hands, this wooded gully with its play of light and shadow is almost shocking in its virtuosity. A young man's eye and undiminished powers still inform this late work, transcending the genre: this is great painting. Frame 23" x 20", Board 16" x 13" SOLD.

Ferdinand Kaufmann “Sherwood Lake” 1939 P520

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This late landscape by the esteemed California painter Ferdinand Kaufmann shows Lake Sherwood, as it is known, in Ventura County (near Thousand Oaks) in 1939. Man-made in 1904, the lake derives its name from its use by Douglas Fairbanks in the filming of his 1922 production of Robin Hood, and has remained the paradisiacal spot ...

Jack Dudley [1918 - 1996] “Hombre De Tequila” Oil on Board P519

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Jack Dudley lived and painted in Laguna Beach, California for thirty-eight years.  He painted landscapes, architecture, people, and wildlife, in both oil and watercolor, and developed a "broken color" technique of oil painting involving the use of brilliant bits of pure color visible throughout the tonal patterns of his work. Call for pricing. Dudley's studies included five ...

Harvey Coleman High Sierra 1946 SOLD P510

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A terrific Harvey Coleman of the High Sierra country. Call for pricing. Self-taught landscape painter and photo-engraver Harvey B. Coleman (1884-1959) was born on January 27, 1884, in New York, and lived briefly in Texas, perhaps for as little as two years. He lived in Chicago, then in Fort Worth, Texas sometime before 1925. He moved around 1927 ...