ANTIQUE WATERCOLOUR PAINTING WITH ARTIST’S MONOGRAM 1872
Artist: Unknow but signed with monogram
Oil Size: 42cm x 28cm
Frame Size: 46cm x 32cm
For sale is this watercolour (possibly other paints) painting on paper with artists monogram and date of 1872. The actual painting (not including frame) is approx 42.2cm x 28.2cm across and is in nice condition. The frame is worn and there is no glass. The painting is sitting loose inside the frame.
Out of stock
AMAZING NZ PAINTING OF PORT CHALMERS
Title: EARLY MORNING PORT CHALMERS
Artist: K. CRAWFORD
Oil Size: 59.5cm x 44cm
Frame Size: 67.8cm x 52.5cm
AMAZING NZ PAINTING OF PORT CHALMERS K. CRAWFORD 1985
The painting is in very good condition for its age and as per photos.
ALFREDO CALDINI – BEAUTIFUL ITANIAN LANDSCAPE
Artist: Alfredo Caldini
Material: Oil on Canvas
Oil Size: 68cm x 48cm
Frame Size: 84.7cm x 64.7cm
Very nice art work by famous Itanian painter Alfredo Caldini (born 1917). Oil Painting. Italian Landscape. Dusty gilt frame due to its age but the canas is in very good conditions.
THOMAS ROWLANDSON – CARICATURE FROM BEVOIR CASTLE
Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
Picture is 21cm x 15cm
Framed size is 31cm x 28cm
Year: 1756 – 1827
Thomas Rowlandson Caricature from Bevoir Castle
Thomas Rowlandson was a renown caricature artist
Born 13 July 1756
Died 21 April 1827 (aged 70)
This framed drawing has a letter on the back, which reads
“From a screen on Belvoir Castle which has been in the Manners family for over 150 years. It was covered with caricatures and drawings by famous artists of the day.
This is reputed a Rowlandson. It was removed from the screen and presented to Miss McCrichie (sp) the Secretary to the present Duchess of Rutland and Miss Kelly who had been commissioned to have the screen covered with tapestry.
It’s not a print but definitely a pen & watercolour drawing. Not sure if it’s orginal but It looks quite old. Just selling it as an reproduction price.
DAME LAURA KNIGHT – BALLET (1936)
Artist: Dame Laura Knight (English, 1877-1970)
Art Size: 52cm x 42.8cm
Frame Size: 59.3cm x 50cm
Although Knight painted various subjects, her reputation was founded on paintings of the ballet and the circus, which became predominant after she moved to London. Technically of a high standard, her narrative realist works were painted in bright colours and have limited depth of expression (e.g. Ballet, 1936).
More likely it’s an original print (Not a model digital print). Signed. It’s very old.
Framed with no glass.