TONY BINDER – CARAVAN RESTING AT THE GATES – JERUSALEM
Title: Caravan Resting At the Gates – .Jerusalem
Artist: Tony Binder
Oil Size: 23.8cm x 38cm
Frame Size: 43.3cm x 58.5cm
Year: 1880’s – 1940’s
The back is tatty and the label on the back reads, M. J. Bennett, Ltd…..Importers and Decorators……Karangahape Road, Newton, Broadway Newmarket. The rest has fallen off and the brown paper has with age fallen to bits. Fine nails are bent and rusted. The picture is titled “Caravan Resting At the Gates – Jerusalem”. Artist Tony Binder.
It looks to be a watercolour, very nice scene of camels and men outside a ancient gate, a very nice taste of when people did the yearly trip to the holy land. Glassed and framed. Another pencil mark in the right hand corner, this looks the real thing but I suspect it’s a PRINT. Very interesting.
The art is In its original condition while the frame is a bit loose for somehow, but no trouble to hang up at all.
VALERIE BEERE – PORTRAIT
Artist: Valerie Beere
Material: Oil on board
Oil Size: 50.6cm x 61cm
Lovely unframed painting from Valerie Beere. Believe the protrait was painted during Valerie’s classes in the 60s then it remained in her house many decades!
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.
LAWRENCE VINCENT GARRISON – NUDE PASTEL
Artist: Lawrence Vincent Garrison
Art Size: 44.6cm x 59.5cm
Frame Size:51cm x 66.5cm
Signed Original Pastel Nude by well listed California artist Lawrence Vincent Garrison (1923-2007).
Framed total size 51 cm x 66.5 cm. In excellent condition, reframed by John Leech workshop, Remuera.
Some reflictions on the glass. The real image looks even better.
Initially purchased in mid 70’s on-board Queen Mary gallery.