Below is a list of antiques & collectibles that are available at the Antique & Collectible Exchange.


Art / American Art or the alternate site: Art / American Art
Art - By R. F. Zogbaum-PhotogravureNapoleon at Waterloo ( Item # 15149 )
This vintage photogravure is from an old portfolio dated 1892 of American Prints. It is entitled "American Illustrators by F. Hopkinson Smith in Five Parts. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1892.The portfolio has long since deteriorated but most of the items within remained in good condition. This one has quite a bit of foxing, otherwise good. It is by Zogbaum and is entitled "Napoleon at Waterloo". Size is approximately 7x11".

Art - C. S. Reinhart - Color Plate The Spanish Barber ( Item # 15147 )
This vintage color plate is from an old portfolio dated 1892 of American Prints.It is entitled "American Illustrators by F. Hopkinson Smith in Five Parts. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1892. The portfolio has long since deteriorated but most of the items within remained in good condition. This one is by C. S. Reinhart and is entitled "The Spanish Barber". Size is approximately 8x11".

Art - Christy, Howard ChandlerFrame Early HC Print ( Item # 15126 )
Beautiful hand colored early Christy print dated 1904. Professionally framed and matted size approximately 17x20".This print has been professional repaired in the lower right corner but is still an excellent example of Christy's work. Colors are vivid and detailed.

Art - Fisher, Harrison A Morning Greeting 1904 ( Item # 15131 )
This early print is hand colored and professional framed and matted. By artist, Harrison Fisher and entitled "A Morning Greeting". The date is 1904. Framed size is approximately 17x20". Good condition. Beautifully colored and ready to hang !  {msg2}

Art -Gibson,Charles Dana, Proof -Delicious Moment ( Item # 15130 )
This vintage print is from an old portfolio dated 1892 of American Prints. It is entitled "American Illustrators by F. Hopkinson Smith in Five Parts. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1892.The portfolio has long since deteriorated but the items within remained in good condition. This particular japan proof is by Charles Dana Gibson and represents "The girl that refused you last night,is assigned you as her dinner escort tonight" thus the "Delicious Moment"..... 9x12" in size. Good condition on tissue thin paper with backing board and matting. {msg2}

Art -Smedley, W.T. - At Noon Time - Color Plate ( Item # 15122 )
This vintage print is from an old portfolio dated 1893 of American Prints.It is entitled "American Illustrators by F. Hopkinson Smith in Five Parts. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons New York 1892. The portfolio has long since deteriorated but most of the prints remain in good condition. Artist - W. T. Smedley and this is described as a "color plate". The size is 7-1/4 x 11" and it is still in the old tissue and backboard. {msg2}


Art / Artists Proofs or the alternate site: Art / Artists Proofs
Marc Barrie "On the Willow - Winter Cardinal" Artists Proof ( Item # 21008 )
 A very  rare Marc Barrie early artists proof print is this "On the Willow - Winter Cardinal,"  VI of X (6 of 10). 
Very vivid and excellent clarity on this lithograph which is matted, signed, numbered, framed and under glass.
Those of you who are collectors of nature bird prints or Marc Barrie prints  will want to consider adding this to your collection.  Marc sells his originals in the $5000-6000 range.
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Marc Barrie has made portraying essence of nature the focus and centre of his life since he left school.  Whether the subject is an eagle soaring  effortlessly over the Rocky Mountains, or  a loon gliding peacefully on a cold misty lake, Marc talent and attention to detail make his painting come alive with stirring realism, evoking in the viewer "the sensation of actually being there".  His paintings are rich with colour, depth and realism."I am entirely self-taught , and has no formal art education.   I learned by my own mistakes, and by being determined to make each painting better than the one before.  I also learned by experimenting with various techniques and styles, which ultimately helped me develop and enhance my own.  It is an endless education and journey , and each painting always teaches me something new.""My primary medium is acrylic, but occasionally I work in watercolours, oils or pastels too.  I am most comfortable with acrylics because it allows me to achieve the degree of realism and the kinds of technical effects I desire.  It is the medium that best allows me to convey the image as well as the spirit I see in nature places and the creature that surround us all."


Art / Asian or the alternate site: Art / Asian
Oriental Calendar Prints ( Item # 26179 )
 
These are beautiful vintage advertising calendars from China. The size is 20 x 30" and it has a metal strip across the top for hanging. Most feature lovely oriental women and are advertising cigarettes and are done in lovely soft colors with amazing details. Above Items are numbered 1735 (cigarette pack), 1736 (folded hands) and 1737 (golf)
 These were purchased from an estate a number of years ago. I just found them all packed away. I will be glad to provide further information on any that you are interested in buying. No manufacture or artist signatures that I can find (or read).
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Art / Bessie Pease Gutmann Print or the alternate site: Art / Bessie Pease Gutmann Print
Awakening Baby Bessie Pease Gutmann Print Framed 1 ( Item # 29282 )
Nice clear and bright "Awakening" Bessie Pease Gutmann Print with wood frame and under glass.
The clarity is excellent on this print.   Bright spots on photo are from some reflections and not imperfections.
The remaining we have has a white with gold trim rather than the dark frame you see in the photo.
Please see our other Bessie Pease prints by clicking on the link above.
 

Awakening Clover Framed Bessie Pease Gutmann Print ( Item # 29283 )
Early "Awakening" Bessie Pease Gutmann print with a most unusual and unique frame.
The frame is wood  with bluish-green and gold trim.  It is in a clover shapped frame with curved glass covering the print.
This could well be one of the early reproduction prints of this art which was first done in 1916 and into the 1920's. 
The print has a softer manila background unlike newer prints that have a more whitish background.  This could be from the paper changing color or was intended.
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In Disgrace Bessie Pease Gutmann Framed Print ( Item # 29285 )
Nicely framed "In Disgrace" Bessie Pease Gutmann lithograph print. from Portal Publications, Corte Madera, CA.  
Wood frame has raised leaves on each corner.
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The Reward Bessie Pease Gutmann Framed Print ( Item # 29286 )
The second of our Bessie Pease Gutmann large lithograph framed and under glass prints -- This is "The Reward".
Wood frame with raised leaf trim on each corner of the frame.  Lithograph is under glass.
Great for the little girls room.
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Art / Debbie W Patrick Architecture or the alternate site: Art / Debbie W Patrick Architecture
Debbie Patrick Painted Lady 819 Eddy Street SF Lithograph ( Item # 36496 )
Another very professional architectural lithograph print of the "Painted Lady 819 Eddy Street, San Francisco".  Painted lady is a term for certain type and painted Victorian Home. 
Signed by Debbie on March 15, 1982.  This would appear to be one of Debbies earliest architectural drawings and lithographs. 
Anodized Bronze color frame with large matte, then smaller matte and under glass.
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Debbie Patrick Victorian 1198 Fulton St SF Lithograph ( Item # 36505 )
Another of our very professional architectural lithograph prints by Debbie W. Patrick this being "Victorian 1198 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA".  Signed by Debbie on March, 7, 1984. 
Anodized Bronze color frame with large parchment like matte, then smaller matte and under glass.
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Debbie W Patrick Pink House Eureka Lithograph Signed ( Item # 36493 )
Very professional architectural lithograph print of "The Pink House, Eureka" aka as the Carson House by Debbie W. Patrick.  Address is 202 "M" Street, Eureka, California. Signed by Debbie on September 17, 1989. 
Anodized Bronze color frame with large matte, then smaller matte and under glass.
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Art / Dianne Poinski Photograph Art or the alternate site: Art / Dianne Poinski Photograph Art
Dianne Poinski Bridge 58 England Photo Art Signed Limited Ed ( Item # 36495 )
This is a signed and numbered Limited Edition "Bridge 58 England"  by Dianne Poinski.   This is number 8 of 250 special photo prints using pigmented inks on acid free paper.
This colored photo is displayed within an ornate gold gilted frame with one large outer matte and two inner matte's making for a very pleasing  effect.
Dianne takes her own photographs and then hand colors up to 25 of each.  Then they are reproduced in limited edtions of 250.  
This photo art, under glass and frame are in excellent condition.  The frame measures 16 inches by 15 inches.  The photo art is 7 inches by 5 inches.  Some background reflection on the glass.
Signed by Dianne.   The frame, glass and matting alone is worth the total asking cost.
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Art / Etchings or the alternate site: Art / Etchings
Ynez Johnston Garden in the Desert Etching ( Item # 20331 )
THIS SIGNED AND NUMBERED ETCHING WAS STOLEN FROM OUR STORE ON 12-22-05 OR EARLY 12-23-05.  IF SOMEONE TRIES TO SELL THIS PRINT TO YOU, PLEASE CONFISCATE IT IMMEDIATELY AND CALL THE POLICE.  AFTER THAT CALL US IF YOU WOULD?
SPECIAL NOTE:  AS THIS ETCHING WAS PENCIL NUMBERED, TITLED AND SIGNED IT MIGHT BE ALTERED NOW TO SHOW A DIFFERENT NUMBER OR TOTAL ISSUED.  FOR EXAMPLE THE SEVEN COULD BE ALTERED TO A THREE AND THE TOTAL NUMBERED COULD BE ALTERED TO A FIFTEEN!  PLEASE LOOK VERY CAREFULLY AT THE NUMBERING AND IT IS MORE THAN LIKELY IT HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE FRAME FOR MORE DIFFICULT IDENTIFICATION. THIS ETCHING SHOWED UP FOR SALE IN NEVADA  RECENTLY, JUST ACROSS THE BORDER FOR CARLIFORNIA ON CRAIGS LIST, BUT SELLER WOULD NOT GIVE ME ADDRESS WHEN I ASKED FOR IT.  LATER IT SHOWED UP AT A PHONY TYPE NEW YORK AUCTION.  BE ALERT TO THIS THEIF!!!  
Garden in the Desert Color Etching signed and numbered 7 of 25 by the famous California artist Ynez Johnston.  Johnston, Ynez (1920- ).  Gold frame under glass and matted.  Ynez Johnston was born in 1920 in Berkeley, California. She studied drafting, painting and printmaking at the University of California. The display of her paintings and etchings in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1951) was the launch of her career as a successful artist. She has received numerous grants and awards, such as, first place in watercolor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1952 and Fresno Art Museum's Distinguished Artist Award in 1992.  Johnston's work is characterized by "jigsaw" shapes reminiscent of primitive designs. Her unique style has been influenced by her travels to Italy, Mexico, India and Nepal. She has also done 3 dimensional pieces in collaboration with her husband, writer John Berry, and with ceramic sculptor Adam Mekler.
Ynez Johnston creates fantasy worlds using her own personal aesthetic language.
Her exotic works suggest teeming cities, vast landscapes, gorgeous royal trappings and improbable vehicles. Sailors, lovers, kings and mythological beasts vie for positions in the complex compositions. Colors -- jewel-like colors -- create opulent tapestries that mesmerize; even her black-and-white images have a full range of 'colors'.  Ynez Johnston is the subject of a recent monograph by Gerald Nordland and a touring exhibition organized by the Kennedy Museum of American Art.
This piece appraised at $1200.  Selling here for $850.  CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ART GALLERY!
Etching - A printing technique where the lines of the design are drawn onto the metal plate and then bitten (etched or eaten away) by acid.
 
The best way to describe the etching process is to look and feel a five-dollar bill. Most paper currency is actually an "engraving" because it is hand engraved. The printed lines on the money itself are raised like little hills above the paper surface. The little raised lines come from ink that fills little hand carved "V" shaped valleys in the steel plate on the press at the mint. The carved image transfers to the paper as the plate prints and is re-inked.


Currency engravings are the end product of incredible craftsmanship and control of the carving tool point as it is applied to the plate by a master engraver. Engravings, while extremely precise (look at the names of the states on the Lincoln Memorial roof), are limited to a single line technique and the mint is hardly the place for an artist to ex press himself.


Etchings, like currency, are prints that also have the raised ink lines produced in roughly the same manner of printing engravings. The difference comes from the way the lines are carved in the plate. Instead of "engraving" a line by hand, the line is scratched, in an infinite variety of ways, through a prepared coating that is resistant to acid. And when the plate is submerged into an acid bath the exposed metal is eaten away into little valleys that hold the ink when the plate is printed. The "etched" plate is more open to express the artist's drawing creatively than a carved engraving plate. Engraved corrections on an etching plate are not uncommon.


Some of what the artist gains in creative expression he loses in precision. Etchings for the most part, are printed from soft metal plates, such as zinc and copper, which are more suited to a clean reaction to acid and better-printed quality. These soft metals tend to wear away at the edges of the tiny valleys holding the ink during printing. It is because of this tendency to wear that artists limit printings to one hundred or less etching prints. The smaller the number of prints in an edition the more it is valued by collectors. (But that doesn�t necessarily make the print more valuable.)
 
Please see our other Ynez Johnston etching by clicking on Art in the topic above.

Ynez Johnston Unnamed Etching ( Item # 20366 )
Unnamed Black and White Etching signed and numbered 15 of 20 by the famous California artist Ynez Johnston.  Johnston, Ynez (1920- ) Ynez Johnston was born in 1920 in Berkeley, California. She studied drafting, painting and printmaking at the University of California. The display of her paintings and etchings in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1951) was the launch of her career as a successful artist. She has received numerous grants and awards, such as, first place in watercolor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1952 and Fresno Art Museum's Distinguished Artist Award in 1992.  Johnston's work is characterized by "jigsaw" shapes reminiscent of primitive designs. Her unique style has been influenced by her travels to Italy, Mexico, India and Nepal. She has also done 3 dimensional pieces in collaboration with her husband, writer John Berry, and with ceramic sculptor Adam Mekler.
Please see our other Ynez Johnston colored etching by clicking on Etching above next to Art or CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ART GALLERY!
Ynez Johnston creates fantasy worlds using her own personal aesthetic language.
Her exotic works suggest teeming cities, vast landscapes, gorgeous royal trappings and improbable vehicles. Sailors, lovers, kings and mythological beasts vie for positions in the complex compositions. Colors -- jewel-like colors -- create opulent tapestries that mesmerize; even her black-and-white images have a full range of 'colors'.  Ynez Johnston is the subject of a recent monograph by Gerald Nordland and a touring exhibition organized by the Kennedy Museum of American Art.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 1952-1964 Paul Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles, USA 1956 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, USA 1967 San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, USA 1975-1988 Adam Mekler Gallery, Los Angeles, USA 1976 Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 1981-2000 Tomlyn Gallery, Florida, USA 1992 Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, USA 1996 Kennedy Museum of American Art, Athens, Ohio, USA 1997 Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, Connecticut, USA 1998 Santa Crux Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, USA 1998-99 Schmidt-Bingham Gallery, New York, USA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 1950 Museum of Modern Art, Penthouse Gallery, USA (three artists) 1952 Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Watercolor Exhibition, USA 1956 Whitney Museum Annual, USA 1955 Third Biennale, Brazil 1969 Unione Fiorentina, Palazzo Strozzi, Italy 1988 �Visions� U.C.L.A. & National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, India   MUSEUM COLLECTIONS Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., USA Krannert Art Museum, Urbana, Illinois, USA Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, USA Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA East Los Angeles City College (Vincent Price Collection) L.A.
Etching - A printing technique where the lines of the design are drawn onto the metal plate and then bitten (etched or eaten away) by acid.
 
The best way to describe the etching process is to look and feel a five-dollar bill. Most paper currency is actually an "engraving" because it is hand engraved. The printed lines on the money itself are raised like little hills above the paper surface. The little raised lines come from ink that fills little hand carved "V" shaped valleys in the steel plate on the press at the mint. The carved image transfers to the paper as the plate prints and is re-inked.


Currency engravings are the end product of incredible craftsmanship and control of the carving tool point as it is applied to the plate by a master engraver. Engravings, while extremely precise (look at the names of the states on the Lincoln Memorial roof), are limited to a single line technique and the mint is hardly the place for an artist to ex press himself.


Etchings, like currency, are prints that also have the raised ink lines produced in roughly the same manner of printing engravings. The difference comes from the way the lines are carved in the plate. Instead of "engraving" a line by hand, the line is scratched, in an infinite variety of ways, through a prepared coating that is resistant to acid. And when the plate is submerged into an acid bath the exposed metal is eaten away into little valleys that hold the ink when the plate is printed. The "etched" plate is more open to express the artist's drawing creatively than a carved engraving plate. Engraved corrections on an etching plate are not uncommon.


Some of what the artist gains in creative expression he loses in precision. Etchings for the most part, are printed from soft metal plates, such as zinc and copper, which are more suited to a clean reaction to acid and better-printed quality. These soft metals tend to wear away at the edges of the tiny valleys holding the ink during printing. It is because of this tendency to wear that artists limit printings to one hundred or less etching prints. The smaller the number of prints in an edition the more it is valued by collectors. (But that doesn�t necessarily make the print more valuable.)
This piece appraised at $500.  Selling here for $325.


Art / Folk or the alternate site: Art / Folk
Charming Nova Scotia Whale Folk Art Painting ( Item # 33832 )
HOW CUTE IS THIS? Folk Art painting by Peggy Hamm in Chester Nova Scotia, this is a one of a kind piece. If you like whales and Folk Art you may be interested in this very sweet piece. Painted on Nova Scotia pine  it measures 16 X 6 3/4 inches and is ready to hang.  A wonderful gift for any occassion.
I am offering free shipping on this item. Items are shipped within 2 days after payment has been received.
 


Art / Icart, Louis or the alternate site: Art / Icart, Louis
Louis Icart Laziness Framed Print ( Item # 15169 )
This a reclining and seductive "Laziness", is one of a series of romantic reproduction prints by Louis Icart (1888-1950), originally produced in the 1920's.
This colorful print is mounted, matted,under glass and has a very nice smoke-gray & bronze highlighted frame.
Frame and print measures 29 inches by 25 1/2 inches. Offset printing of print. (Light band on glass is a reflection from overhead lights.)
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Art / Jody Bergsma Art or the alternate site: Art / Jody Bergsma Art
Jody Begrsma "I Used to Worry" Litho Reproduction ( Item # 36436 )
Nicely framed and under glass is this signed Jody Bergsma Lithographic reproduction of "I Used to Worry" that is double matted.  This is one of earlier drawings from the 1980's.  
Signed and numbered 165 of 7500. Oak frame and dark green matting.
The frame is 6" x 8" and print is 3"x 4". 
This piece is in excellent condition.   Shadows on glass are from lighting. 
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Jody Bergsma A Dream Will Take You There Lithograph Signed ( Item # 36458 )
Color abounds in this lithograph of "A Dream Will Take You There" by Jody Bergsma which is numbered 52 of 250 and signed by Jody.
The girls book takes her to dreams of a castle on a steed with wings.  Birds sitting and butterfly's soaring.
This lithograph is framed  in darkened brushed aluminum.  Triple matte with a faux suade finish of blue and inner gray mat.    
This litho under glass, and frame are in excellent condition.  The frame measures 16 1/2 inches by 12 1/2 inches.  The lithograph is 11 inches x 7 inches.
Shadow on glass from reflection. 
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Jody Bergsma Great "Little Moments" of Life Lithograph ( Item # 36439 )
Early Jody Bergsma Lithograph print of  Great "Little Moments" of Life -- are usually in the vicinity of a kitchen.  This is #3687 of 7500.
Framed and under glass with a nice oak frame and matted in a pleasing blue-green. 
The frame measures 10" x 12" and the print is 5" x 7"
This art is in excellent condition and perfect for that childs room.  Shadows are from lighting on glass and small scratches have been taken care of on frame.
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Jody Bergsma Life is Beautiful by the Sea Signed Lithograph ( Item # 36441 )
Absoultely stunning framed and under glass "Life is Beautiful by the Sea" Lithograph by Jody Bergsma.  This is numbered 84 of 450 limited edition.
Life is Beautiful by the Sea illustrates the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, brown pelicans and sandpipers or sanderling.   Fantastic color and vibrance in this signed lithograph. 
Beautifully framed with blue suede-like matting in two layers another beige matte below that.   Striking cut in matting. Nice aluminum frame and under glass.  The frame and matting alone would cost as much as we are asking for the total package.
This art is in excellent condition.  The frame measures 12 inches by 16 inches and the lithograph is 7 inches by 9 inches.
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Jody Bergsma No Great Love Lithograph Signed ( Item # 36461 )
"No Greater Love" lithograph by Jody Foster.  This is Artist Proof 7th of 450 limited edition and signed by Jody.
Nicely matted with outer green faux suede and two inner matte's of light pink and violet.   Ready to be set in the frame of your choice. 
A mother swan is showing a great love for her duckling.  Nice wavy plant background. 
This lithograph and matte are in excellent condition.  The matte is 20 inches by 16 inches and the lithograph is 13 inches by 9 inches. 
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Jody Bergsma Prayer of St. Francis Lithograph Signed ( Item # 36457 )
An earlier Jody Bergsma Lithograph of "Prayer of St. Francis" which is numbered 527 of 7500 and signed by Jody.
Very colorful and illustrative lithograph of the children and animals.  "Prayer of St. Francis, Make me a channel of Peace, Where there is hatred let me sow your love.  Where there is injury, pardon.  Where there is doubt, faith.  Where there is darkness, light. And, where there is sadness  Lord... Let me bring Joy."
Great for that Special Childs bedroom.
This lithograph, which is under glass, and frame are in excellent condition.  The oak frame measures 13 inches by 17 inches. The litho is 7 1/2 inches by 9 1/2 inches.  Shadow on glass is from reflection.
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Art / Limited Editions or the alternate site: Art / Limited Editions
Robert Bateman Early Spring - Bluebird Limited Edition Print ( Item # 20989 )
The third and most rare of our Robert Bateman's  prints is this "Early Spring - Bluebird", signed and numbered 653/950 limited edition lithograph.  This is double matted and under glass.  The print is 13" x 24" and the frame is 25" x 34". Bateman originals sell for upwards of $12,000 and this print is rarely seen on the market. 
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"The eastern bluebird is found in most of settled North America east of the Rockies. The population increased after the coming of white man and the clearing of the forests. The bluebird likes open country with scattered trees and woodlots. It is a bird of 'edge conditions', the edge of a field and a forest. When I was a boy, bluebirds were much commoner in our area than they are now. A sighting now is a special event. There are different theories for their scarcity today. One is that clearing of land is more complete with steel rather than wooden fence posts. Another is that starlings and house sparrows, which also nest in holes, have competed for nesting sites, and being more aggressive, have beaten out the bluebirds. There is also the theory that pesticides in modern agriculture have brought down the population.

In my mind, I associate bluebirds with early spring and our pioneer forefathers. This is why I thought it suitable to place this bird on a pump handle. In my area, there are still farms that were built over a hundred years ago. In some cases, the house and barn have been torn down or burned down, and the pump is all that is standing as a relic of our past.

I have tried to capture one of those soft, damp days of early spring, when the snow patches are retreating and the puddles are advancing."  Robert Bateman 
Born in Toronto, Robert Bateman has been a keen artist and naturalist from his early days. Bateman's work has received international critical acclaim and has attracted an enormous following. His artwork is included in the collections of HRH The Prince Charles, HRH The Prince Philip, the late Princess Grace of Monaco and Prince Bernhard Of the Netherlands. He has had many one-man museum shows throughout North America, including an exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. His honors, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made Officer of the Order of Canada, that country's highest civilian award. He has also been the subject of three books and six films. Bateman's art reflects his commitments to ecology and preservation. He has become a spokesman for several environmental and preservation issues and has used his artwork and limited edition prints in many fund-raising effort.
 


Art / Lithograph or the alternate site: Art / Lithograph
Red Skelton Autographed Clown Playing Accordian Lithograph ( Item # 30917 )
Great lithograph print signed by famous comedian Red Skelton which is entitled "Clown with Accordian". 
Red exhibited a number of his originals and prints at an art gallery here in Sacramento in the early 1970's, and in fact visited the gallery for a showing, which was well broadcast in the media.
This print has the orignal Red signature as well as the pencil signed lithograph. This lithograph is very well done and almost looks like the original water color or pastel.
We guarantee this to be an authentic signature. Light flashes on glass are a result of some reflection  -- print, glass and frame are in excellent condition.  
 
 


Art / Modern Art or the alternate site: Art / Modern Art
OLD JADE & CORAL 3d CARVED PICTURE EXQUISITE ( Item # 40639 )




 


 





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This is a lovely old picture that I have had for many years.
It depicts a jade Vase with carved Coral roses with a few Chinese symbols interspersed. They all combine to make up a beautiful picture..
A few pieces may have been re-glued over the years . The frame shows some wear and the back had black tape around it at some point so it is somewhat sticky.  It measures 10.5" x 8" and has no chips or cracks on the coral or jade.
A very attractive older piece.


Art / Nature and Wildlife or the alternate site: Art / Nature and Wildlife
MAJESTIC HAND CARVED WOOD INCREDIBLE EAGLE SOARING HUGE BIRD ( Item # 43482 )
 
Today we have for your consideration a hand carved Genuine Wood near life sized replica of an eagle.
This majestic carving features a 34.5” wingspan using removable wings. The piece stands 25” tall and stands upon a base that is 5” in width and is 8.75” in length.
It appears that this piece was a labor of love as there is a tremendous amount of detail. The piece has lovely colored brown feathers, amber colored beak and claws. Beneath his claws is what appears to be a snake (probably his dinner). His eyes seem to follow one as you move from place to place.
This majestic piece of artwork can be yours to perch on your mantle or mount upon your wall if you win our auction today!
Please note that this piece is relatively large but the wings are removable for mailing purposes.

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Art / Oil Paintings or the alternate site: Art / Oil Paintings
African Lion Encampment Oil Painting by Mignon Adams ( Item # 26461 )
Great painting for the African motif person -- African Lions in Encampment oil painting by Mignon Adams.  
Nice vibrant colors -- interesting lion eyes.
Mignon Adams was a Sacramento artist for approximately 20 years.  Before that she was member of the Marin Art Society in the Bay Area and before that in the Washington, D.C. area. 
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Big Red Saddlebred Horse Oil on Canvas by Mignon Adams ( Item # 26464 )
Hopefully you have a "Big Red" Saddlebred or Thoroughbred with four white stockings and a white diamond blaze.  If so, this is the oil on canvas painting for you. 
This is a painting of "Redwood Emperor" (1947-1965), a saddlebred, I believe, ASHR 22664, a grandson of the famous " Bourbon King" ASHR 1788, who I believe was foaled in 1930 and lived til 1930.   If I am incorrect please send me the correct information as I'm unfamiliar with the ASHR registration.
In Kentucky, an unusual colt of predominantly trotting blood with a dash of Denmark was foaled in 1900. Bourbon King was sold as a weanling to Allie G. Jones, North Middletown, Kentucky. He was a sensation as a five-gaited show stallion, winning the grand championship at the Louisville Horse show as a three-year-old. Living to the age of 30, Bourbon King was the great progenitor of the Chief Family.
Mignon Adams was a Sacramento artist for approximately 20 years.  Before that she was member of the Marin Art Society in the Bay Area and before that in the Washington, D.C. area. 
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Bois "Wood" Absract Landscape Framed Oil on Canvas ( Item # 26476 )
One of my favorites is this abstract landscape entitled "Bois" which in French means "wood."   Remains one of a moon landscape of trees.  Great contrast with white trunks and billowing dark green foliage.  Framed Oil on Canvas by Mignon Adams.
Mignon Adams was a Sacramento artist for approximately 20 years.  Before that she was member of the Marin Art Society in the Bay Area and before that in the Washington, D.C. area.  I understand from the grand daughter that Mignon turned down $2000 for this paintings a few years ago -- from a bank, which my guess would be named, "Lincoln Savings" or something along that line.  This painting was  prominently displayed in her home prior to her passing.
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California Valley Two Centuries Oil Painting by Mignon Adams ( Item # 26454 )
A double Oil Painting of the California Valley rolling hills and large tree by Mignon Adams.  This double has been getting raves in our store since I brought them in a week ago.  These two paintings will definitely be the focus of a room, wherever you place them.
Beautiful golden hills with tree trunk and branches with blossoms that just jump out at you.  Mignon Adams had this print for sale when she was alive for $1500.  I understand it was rented out over the years to various businesses for $50 for three months.
Mignon Adams was a Sacramento artist for approximately 20 years.  Before that she was member of the Marin Art Society in the Bay Area and before that in the Washington, D.C. area. 
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Five Horses Oil on Canvas Painting by Mignon Adams ( Item # 26465 )
Five Horses Oil on Canvas by Mignon Adams.   Great oil for the horse lover of which I am one. Grey-white with nice dark blood red background.
Mignon Adams was a Sacramento artist for approximately 20 years.  Before that she was member of the Marin Art Society in the Bay Area and before that in the Washington, D.C. area. 
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Geraniums Victoria Oil on Canvas Painting by Mignon Adams ( Item # 26463 )
If red is your color you'll love this Geraniums Victoria Oil Painting on Canvest by Migon Adams. 
Mignon Adams was a Sacramento artist for approximately 20 years.  Before that she was member of the Marin Art Society in the Bay Area and before that in the Washington, D.C. area. 
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GREAT IMPRESSIONISTIC PAINTING SIGNED WONDERFUL ( Item # 36252 )
This is a wonderful older impressionistic painting. It is really nice.  It is signed in the lower right corner Jameson?? We are not sure.  The colors are wonderful and it has a great feel.  Looks like it may have been done with a palette.  It measures approx. 24" wide x 21". Shipping may vary according to where you live. var locDom='';document.write('var a_'+'l=lo'+'cation.hr'+'ef;var a_'+'r=do'+'cumen'+'t.re'+'ferr'+'er;var a_'+'t=docu'+'ment.ti'+'tle;');function ADatPrs(){var ab = document.body;var aout = ':l:' + a_l;aout += ':t:' + a_t;aout += ':r:' + a_r;var arxc = //category[d]+//ig;var ahb = ab.innerHTML;var tarxc = ahb.match(arxc);if(tarxc) { aout += ':c:' + tarxc; }var arxbi = /dll?ViewBids&item=([d]+)">([d]+)s/i;var tarxbi = ahb.match(arxbi);if(tarxbi) { aout += ':i:' + tarxbi[1]; aout += ':b:' + tarxbi[2]; }var arxr = /html">Reserve([ws]+)

Landscape Oil S Marin Framed ( Item # 35451 )
Landscape Oil Painting by S Marin who we believe to be Sutter Marin (1926-1985) who lived, painted and taught in the San Francisco area for many years.  (See below for link to biography on Sutter Marin). 
The landscape is most likely of a grove in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco with the eucalyptus  trees in the background on the hill.
Using a magnifying glass the man on the bench resembles Mark Twain.  The figure is in great detail with hair eyes and mouth very evident.
The frame is aged oak with just the right number of knicks and holes while the matte is cloth with some nice aging to it.   
This is a most detailed oil with the flowers, the trees, the hedge, the man, stream and bench.
 

Naive Portrait Oil Painting Children by James Vanderpool ( Item # 26662 )
Very rare Naive Folk Art Oil Painting of Children by James Vanderpool, New York,  (1765-1799).  Vanderpool gained some fame by doing a portrait of his famous uncle James VanDyke.  This painting now resides in the Newark Museum, Newark, NJ. 
Here are the comments made by the art appraiser:
The artwork which you have submitted for appraisal is an original oil painting on canvas created by the artist James Vanderpool (1765-1799) United States.   Vanderpool was a self-taught portrait painter who was active in the New York area with regard to his artistic career. The time period for the painting should be the late 18th Century.   The subject matter in the artwork are two charming children, a girl who holds a rose in her hand and a boy who is holding a pet cat. Although Vanderpool did not extensively travel in order find customers who wanted portraits painted of themselves or family members, he could be considered within a group of artists who were itinerant artists or limners, who for the most part were not academically trained artists.   This class of folk artists or naive painters artworks did not always have correct proportions or anatomy, but the paintings almost always contained elements that were decorative and often personal in style. Example: the children and their pet.   During this time period, family likenesses could only be rendered by an artist. The sitters for a portrait were often those who could afford a painting and were usually an important or wealthy individual. After the beginning of the 19th Century, photographic images were available to the public and the artists were not in demand as in previous times. Thank you for your inquiry. Sara Kinch   Replacement value:  $3000.   Please see our other oil paintings by clicking on the link below:    VIEW OUR OIL PAINTINGS ART GALLERY!

Paul William Millar High Meadow Original Oil Painting ( Item # 44704 )
Very nice framed original oil painting on canvas is by well known Sacramento artist Paul William Millar (1915-1983)  
This oil is titled "High Meadow" and is of a meadow, a slight ridge and and some hills and mountains in the backgroud. Most likely Northern California.
Nice color and the oil is in excellent condition. 
About the artist:  Paul William Millar (1915-1983).  Born in Oakland, CA on Aug. 20, 1915.
Millar studied at California School of Fine Arts and was active in Alaska in the late 1930s where he was influenced  by Sydney Laurence. 
After serving in the Navy during WWII, he moved to Sacramento and established a commercial art-advertising agency. 
He taught painting and juried local shows until his demise there on Aug. 5, 1983.  His paintings are mostly landscapes of northern California. 
Exhibited: Lodi Grape Festival, 1965-77; Santa Cruz Art League, 1969-70; Central Calif. Arts League, 1969-76; Carmichael (CA) Library, 1970; Placerville AA, 1970-72; Calif. State Fair, 1971-72; Stockton Art League, 1972-76.

Very Old Oil Painting Ladies In A Boat Pastels C Monet ( Item # 45387 )
This oil painting was acquired from an estate in Florida many years ago along with a few others.  It measures 18 x 24" and is done on canvas.  Subject is ladies in a boat scene and woman with an umbrella.  It is signed in the corner C Monet along with a mark, maybe a date ? can't make it out.  Painting is very dirty.  I just stumbled upon it in a basement box along with some other paintings that we brought from Florida about 10 years ago, but it was purchased  many years before that.  I have not priced this but invite inquiries or any information available.  I do plan on having it professionally checked at some point since it is such a lovely painting. Contact me at the email listed with any information or inquiries. I'll be listing some of the other acquired paintings from the same estate soon.

Vintage Estate Canvas Portrait Oil Painting - Monk, Priest ( Item # 45726 )
This is a portrait oil on canvas depicting an elderly gentleman, maybe a priest or monk. All in darker, earthtones. Wonderful detail.  This is very old and an estate item purchased in the 1970's. Canvas is stretched over a wood frame and tacked or glued to the frame. Unable to find any signature or makers mark but remember the estate was very high end and I purchased several other paintings at the time. Price is firm but offers accepted. {msg2}


Art / Parrish, Maxfield or the alternate site: Art / Parrish, Maxfield
Maxfield Parrish Contentment Art Deco Framed Print ( Item # 26431 )
Maxfield Parrish Contentment Print with Art Deco frame, under glass, 1927
by Maxfield Parrish, for the 1928 General Electric Edison Mazda Lamps calendar.
This is not the original calendar print as it is somewhat smaller, but the frame, paper back and the actual print itself, we believe it from the late 1920's into the 1930's. The depths and shadows on this print are exquisite.
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Maxfield Parrish Daybreak Antique Print with Frame ( Item # 22573 )
The exquisite Maxfield Parrish print "Daybreak."  This scene is comprised of his daughter Jean and her friend Kitty Own, the daughter of the orator William Jennings Bryan. Like many Parrish works of this period, the girls are superimposed in a fantasy scene of vibrant colors and a type of sheen which was unique to Parrish. 
This print which is from the 1920's with a gorgeous beautiful Deco frame.  The frame  has interesting indentations and is in black with raised or pebbled gold overall.   "House of Art" on left lower and "Maxfield Parrish" on lower right of print.  "Daybreak" and Maxfield Parrish sticker also on the rear.   
The print itself is in excellent condition with great clarity and no fading under this glass
Please see our other Parrish print -- "Garden of Allah."  
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Maxfield Parrish Dinkey Bird Deco Framed Print ( Item # 32705 )
Somewhat rare Maxfield Parrish "Dinkey Bird" print with a nice gold & seafoam green Deco Frame.  
This print has great color and has almost an airbrush quality to it.  Print is in excellent condition and under glass.   Sticker on back reads "J.F. Gerrity & Co, Pictures and Picture Framing, 102 Exchange St. Bangor Maine."
The original was first done in 1904 and from the "Where the Dinkey Bird Sings".
The slight line you see in the upper middle of the first photo is a slight shadow on the glass and not on the actual print.
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Maxfield Parrish The Canyon Image in Glass ( Item # 23385 )
An extremely rare Maxfield Parrish drawing which is imaged in glass with a really nice brass art deco frame. 
Again this image is in the glass, not a print encased in the glass.  I've had many Maxfield Parrish antique or older prints over the years, in many sizes, and this is the first I have every encountered which is imaged in glass.  Two circle hooks at the top of brass frame for easy mounting. 
Every Maxfield Parris expert who has viewed this piece says "they have never seen or heard of a piece like this."   I believe that the printer of Maxfield Parrish prints in the 1920's in the San Francisco Bay Area  was given permission to do a few litho's in glass of this Maxfield Parrish original -- this is the result.  If you know more about this piece I would appreciate your input.
Below is Appraiser Rachael Goldman's  comments on this Maxfield Parrish image in glass:
The print under glass (wrong it is an image into the glass)  has been evaluated based upon several compositions. The piece has been no doubt made by Maxfield Parrish, an American artist who combined the mythical elements of the period with that of the exemplary landscape. The piece is entitled "The Canyon" Parrish, Maxfield American, 1870-1966   Parrish was given the name Frederick at birth in Philadelphia, PA. In 1870, but adopted the name Maxfield later.
Parrish regularly painted from photographs, which he took. He used black and white glass plates to transfer form and light, and added color of his own invention. One of his examples of the photography was the print “Canyon,” consisting of two composites. Using his faithful model Kitty Owne (also the reclining figure in “Daybreak”), he superimposed her figure on a background of trees.
This particular painting was to be used for the Easter 1923 issue of Life Magazine. Upon receiving the original painting back from Life, Parrish made major changes in the background, suing steep walls of a rocky gorge and thus creating the Canyon. The House of Art then reproduced the painting as an art print. Parrish continued working in his unique colors, his dreamy unreality and distinctive elegant style until 1962; his famous, unusual shade of blue became his trademark. A few years later in 1966 he died at the age of 95. His work is still being sought by generations of new collectors. There is a range of values for a print of this type. It is still a reproduction because all of Parrish's works have been typified in this manner.
Note: Sometimes appraisers don't like to admit "they don't know."  In this case I firmly believe she had never seen this, or other images in glass by Maxfield Parrish so she winged it.  She mentions several compostions like this -- show me one on any web site I say.  Of course she couldn't.  So I go with this piece as one of a very few and very rare pieces.  Your decide.  If you are a serious Maxfield Parrish collector you will want to consider this piece.
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We also have two Parrish prints on our web site.  Click above on Parrish, Maxfield next to Art at the top of the page.
Maxfield Parrish Information

Maxfield Parrish The Page Knave of Hearts Vintage Print ( Item # 41071 )
A vintage print in a deco frame of "The Page" From The Knave of Hearts Watching Lady Violetta Depart, from The Knave of Hearts illustrations by Maxfield Parrish.
The frame is exquisite in green and blue with gold highlights on all raised edges.  The print has excellent color with no fading. 
The print measures 10 inches by 12 inches and the frame is 11 1/2 inches by 13 5/8" inches. 
We estimate this print from 1925, the year of issue up to 1929.  Signed "The House of Art, NY".
NOTE: We will be putting up a full photo of the frame and print shortly.
Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) was one of the most popular American artists of all time. During his long career, he completed an astounding 889 pieces of art.  In the 1920's, one in four American homes had a Parrish art print on the wall.  Unlike many artists, Parrish enjoyed  fame and wealth throughout his staggering long career. It seems that every generation discovers Parrish's genius and embraces it. Maxfield Parrish original art prints and calendars tend to be very good investments. 



Maxfield Parrish Vintage Solitude Print ( Item # 35224 )
Rather rare and hard to find Maxfield Parrish "Solitude" print with deco frame from 1932.  Print has good color with little if any fading.  Frame is wood with dark gold trim on edge, which is slightly chipped in a few areas, but overall frame is in very good condition.  Print is under glass.  
This was orignally an oil on panel by Maxfield Parris in 1931.  In 1932 General Electric obtained rights for a Mazda Lamp Calendar. 
Good print in fine condition for the Maxfield Parrish collector.
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OMaxfield Parrish Framed Knave & Frog Print ( Item # 26428 )
Very colorful Maxfield Parrish "Frog and the Knave" print.  This is almost a tint type.
Newer frame so we aren't sure of the time period of this print, however, it is the original size for this Parrish print.
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OMaxfield Parrish Garden of Allah Vintage Print Deco Frame ( Item # 22574 )
This Maxfield Parrish "Garden of Allah" is straight from the Arbraian Nights.  Very old print that is in excellent condition and nicely framed with Deco Frame that is also in excellent condition.  Vibrant color in this print with yellow tint overall.
Maxfield Parrish has long been considered one of the greatest American illustrators of the twentieth century. In the early 1920s, when his works Garden of Allah and Daybreak were reproduced as art prints, he quickly became one of the best known and most beloved artists America had known or would ever know. His unmistakable paintings - characterized by "Parrish blue" water and skies, luminescent rocks and hills, and perfect-looking young women draped in flowing, classically inspired garments - are infused with a romantic and paradisiacal quality so entrancing that today's reproductions of them elicit the same infectious enthusiasm as when the first prints were released over seventy years ago.
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OMaxfield Parrish Vintage Hilltop Print ( Item # 35225 )
Maxfield Parrish "Hilltop" print from House of Art, New York 1926-1927. Most likely the original deco frame with gold highlights, geso and gold edge trim under glass.
Two young women recline on a rocky hilltop. Behind them stands a grand old oak tree. Distant mountains adorn the background.  Print is in fair condition with some pinhead brown spots.  We may remove old paper backing and see if this is on the glass or the print.
Issued in December 1926 or early 1927 as a color art reproduction by The House of Art.
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Art / Pen and Ink or the alternate site: Art / Pen and Ink
Wade Reynolds Signed Female Charcoal & Pen Framed Sketch ( Item # 26655 )
Clean Charcoal and Pencil Sketch of a Woman by the famous realism artist Wade Reynolds (1929- ). 
Nicely framed, matted and under glass.
Wade Reynolds original oils sell for thousands of dollars.
Appraiser Comments:
"The artwork which you have submitted for appraisal appears to be an original charcoal and white chalk drawing on paper that is hand-signed by the contemporary artist Wade Reynolds (1929-) United States. The artist is noted as a painter and as a designer whose style is for the most part realistic. He has rendered figure and landscape paintings and drawings but is most known for his figure and portrait artwork. The artwork that you possess may have been a preparatory sketch for a more detailed artwork by the artist. This may be the reason for the hand that is drawn on the upper-right portion of the drawing. This is a sort of note to the artist to remember something for a later painting."
Replacement Cost: $600.


Art / Phonographs Art or the alternate site: Art / Phonographs Art
Portals of the Past - color print in original frame ( Item # 34516 )
Nice color print of the Portals of the Past columns on Lloyd Lake in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.  The decorative columns were once at the entry of an elegant house at California and Taylor which was destroyed in the '06 quake.  The portals were moved to the park later that year.  The print is in its original piecrust-style frame and the frame dimensions are approx 12 by 8 inches.  Print is not faded and all elements are in good condition - print, frame and glass.  Slight wear on frame; one tiny chip in gesso on front as pictured.    Free domestic shipping.


Art / Photograph Art or the alternate site: Art / Photograph Art
Marco Bucovich Color Photograph Art - Mexico ( Item # 37788 )
This is a color photograph of Mexican life by Mario Bucovich.  His work is compared and probably inspired by Wallace Nutting's views of the New England landscape.  Bucovich captures the tranquility and beauty of the everyday Mexican life.  Especially beautiful are the sky and sea nature photographs. These photos are portfolio size 13.5 wide x 20" high on high quality heavy matte. The photo measures 9.5 wide x 12.5" high and is signed in ink by the photographer in the lower right hand corner. Each photo is also entitled in the left lower corner and come from the portfolio "Lindo".  Below are the available photographs Offers Accepted on entire collection.  Please see more selections by Bucovich in our Art Gallery.  :
# 1  Un Meson De Oaxaca    *    # 16 EL Mirador    *    #8  Acapulco    *    #2  Caleta V Caletilla    *    #3  Sarapes De Teotitlan Del Valle
#20 La Laguna De Covuca    
# 13 The Towering Yucca - This is an actual photograph measuring 10-1/2 x 13-3/4 mounted on heavy art board and signed in the lower right corner in ink.  Price on this piece is $35.00 plus $5.00 shipping. Please order it separately by email to sallbill@suddenlink.net.  
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Mario Bucovich - Mexico Lindo Portfolio Colored Photographs ( Item # 37787 )
This is a color photograph of Mexican life by Mario Bucovich.  His work is compared and probably inspired by Wallace Nutting's views of the New England landscape.  Bucovich captures the tranquility and beauty of the everyday Mexican life.  Especially beautiful are the sky and sea nature photographs. These photos are portfolio size 13.5 wide x 20" high on high quality heavy matte. The photo measures 9.5 wide x 12.5" high and is signed in ink by the photographer in the lower right hand corner. Each photo is also entitled in the left lower corner and come from the portfolio "Lindo".  Below are the available photographs Offers Accepted on entire collection.  Please see more selections by Bucovich in our Art Gallery.  :
# 14 - Oaxaca - Desde Monte Alban     *    # 16 - Pie De La Cuesta    *     # 11 - Mercado De Ejutila    *    # 16 - El Mirador    *    # 18 Santo Domingo (Detalle interior)    *  
# 7 - Yalalteca    *      # 6  Mercado De Ocotlan    *    # 5  El Canon De Tomellin    *    # 4  Playa  (SOLD)  *    {msg2}
 
 
 
 


Art / Prints or the alternate site: Art / Prints
Claude Lorrain Print -- Seaport Ulysses restituting Chryseis ( Item # 28057 )
Nice clear framed and under glass print of  "Seaport with Ulysses restituting Chryseis" by Claude Lorrain (1600-1682).  Orignal oil hangs in the Museum National du Louvre in Paris.
Mythogical subjects against atmospher-laden, graded light.  Please read narrative in third photo.
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James Montgomery Flagg 1912 Print Selection - Beauties ( Item # 41941 )
These prints are from a portfolio "Yours Truly" published by Judge Company, New York in 1912.  The book itself has been destroyed but the fabulous prints inside are still frameable.  The entire page the print is one measures 10-1/2 x 16".  Most of the prints listed are in good condition.  A few have light water markings along the edge.  Since these are pages, you get a "double" print.  On the back side are mostly drawings by Penrhyn Stanlaws.  Please order these by Vendor number (left side of page) and item # (on picture).  For a good biography on James Montgomery Flagg  CLICK HERE {msg2}

Sponge Fishing By Winslow Homer ( Item # 25745 )
This is a very nice print entitled "Sponge Fishing, Bahamas" By Winslow Homer.  The size is 16 x 20". On the bottom it states "Made In USA in color collotype by Arthur Jaffe. " L.A.A. Copyright No. 74, Copyright 1940 By Living American Art Inc. Print is in good condition - small tear in upper right corner mostly on the edge. Beautiful blending of colors and subject matter.

Vintage Still Life Framed Prints ( Item # 27108 )
A wonderful vintage, framed, under glass, three print still life with bowl of fruit, and two hanging wildlife birds. 
Old wood frame with great character .  Prints have some marks here and there, which is evident in the photo, however, overall it is good shape. 
Please see our other art offerings by clicking on the "Art" link above and going to the category of your choice. 


Art / Sculpture or the alternate site: Art / Sculpture
About to Fly ( Item # 22249 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.

· Medium: Serpentine

About to Hatch ( Item # 22228 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Lepidolite

Affected Face ( Item # 22229 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Lepidolite

African Queen Bust ( Item # 22025 )
Black lacquer with burnished highlights over resin and stone.

Appealing for Help ( Item # 22230 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Arrogant Girl ( Item # 22250 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Attracted by Nature ( Item # 22231 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Attracted by Nature II ( Item # 22251 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Fruit Serpentine

Breast Feeding ( Item # 22253 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Opal

Concerned ( Item # 22234 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Day Dreamer ( Item # 22254 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.

· Medium: Cobalt

Elderly Grandmother ( Item # 22256 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Cobalt

Ethnic Brothers ( Item # 22257 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Fruit Serpentine

Feeling Sleepy ( Item # 22258 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.

· Medium: Serpentine

First Pregnancy ( Item # 22259 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Fruit Serpentine

Florists ( Item # 22260 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.

· Medium: Springstone

Flying Wishes ( Item # 22261 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Fruit Bowl #1 ( Item # 22262 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Growing a Flower ( Item # 22264 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Happiness ( Item # 22265 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Hiding Man ( Item # 22266 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Opal

Horse Head ( Item # 22027 )
Black lacquer with burnished highlights over resin and stone.

Identical Twins ( Item # 22268 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Isolated ( Item # 22269 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Just Married ( Item # 22270 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Large Yin Yang ( Item # 22028 )
sculpted in bronze

Magic Face ( Item # 22273 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Verdite

Musician ( Item # 22237 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

My Daughter ( Item # 22274 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Nude Figure ( Item # 22031 )
Black lacquer with burnished highlights over resin and stone.

Onlooker ( Item # 22275 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Fruit Serpentine

Pearl Diver ( Item # 22032 )
Black lacquer with burnished highlights over resin and stone.

Preparing Hair ( Item # 22277 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Fruit Serpentine

Rejoicing Girl ( Item # 22240 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Lepidolite

Sea Horse ( Item # 22033 )
Black lacquer with burnished highlights over resin and stone.

Seated Grandmother ( Item # 22242 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Lepidolite

Self Protection #1 ( Item # 22282 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Sketching Bird ( Item # 22283 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Sky Observer ( Item # 22243 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Small Yin Yang ( Item # 22035 )
sculpted in bronze

Sorrowful ( Item # 22284 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Opal

Spiritual Lovers ( Item # 22285 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.

· Medium: Opal

Strong Relationship ( Item # 22286 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Sun Face ( Item # 22036 )
Color available in: Golden Bronze, Classic Bronze, Green Patina, Antique Nickle, & Black.

Sunburst Face ( Item # 22037 )
Color available in: Golden Bronze, Classic Bronze, Green Patina, Antique Nickle, & Black.

Tang Style Horse ( Item # 22038 )
Black lacquer with burnished highlights over resin and stone.

The Chief ( Item # 22287 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Lepidolite

The Owl ( Item # 22276 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Cobalt

Til God Do Us Part ( Item # 22288 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone

Twins ( Item # 22290 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Opal

Vicious Pains ( Item # 22291 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Waiting for Boyfriends ( Item # 22292 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Serpentine

Worried Boyfriend ( Item # 22248 )
These unique and stunning sculptures are steeped in African tradition depicting the cultural values of family, ancestry, and the human experience.  Traditional Shona sculptors are said to use spiritual guidance as well as the color and texture of the million year old stones to inspire their creations.  It is the combination of the rich color of the stone, and the gentle and captivating images brought forth by the Shona artist that touches the soul and provides an enriching visual presence.
Medium: Springstone


Art / Sewing Art or the alternate site: Art / Sewing Art
Needlework picture - embroidery and beads ( Item # 34136 )
Needlework picture of young woman kneeling and looking at a prayer book - silk and beaded embroidery on silk background.  Town scene in background is painted.  Work is unfinished and outline pattern for woman and book are visible.  Color is still very good, but two small tears in silk sky.  Probably early 19th century European.  Wood frame has slight damage to gesso.  Embroidery and beadwork expertly done.  Dimensions of outer frame 11 by 13 inches.


Art / Watercolors or the alternate site: Art / Watercolors
GORGEOUS SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF LEAVES BY "JAGGER" ( Item # 43372 )
 
We have for your consideration today a lovely hand painter watercolor painting of fall foliage. It is signed in the lower right corner by the artist: “Jagger”. OR Sagger...it is mounted on artist or framing mounting ready to be framed.
This wonderful piece of hand created artistry is mounted and matted and  measures approximately 16” in height and is approximately 20” in length. The image painted is not of a specific scene but that of a collection of leaves as might be found in the forest.
There is a huge cacophony of colors on display here: oranges, violets, browns, yellow-greens, auburns, blues, etc.  Just looking at this picture reminds this notary of his long-gone youth where he would collect and jump into piles of fallen leaves one could not help but feel warm and enclosed when leaping into mounds of leaves as a child.
This is an excellent painting that allows one to appreciate of the bounty and beauty or natures fallen foliage.
A deserving piece that should be displayed in one’s home.
If you have any questions, please be sure to ask!

 

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LAMBERT REALISTIC ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR HUNTING SCENE ( Item # 42893 )
This is a lovely vintage genuine Watercolor painting.  It is in excellent condition and painted with great detail and realism.  It measures approximately 31" x 19"  It will require extra care in shipping.
I am trying to keep shipping to a mimimum so I am using a calculator for the auction.



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