OVER HUNDERD YEARS ANTIQUE PAINTING – 1913
Artist: Unknown but signed
Material: Oil on canvas
Frame Size: 108cm x 67cm
Charming, well painted, very large antique early 20th century (dated 1913) portrait of a young child (at the seaside?). In good condition – one small indentation/scuff area, but otherwise absolutely lovely. Signed, entitled and dated bottom left.
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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.
Picture Size: 50cm X 60cm
High quality and hand painted. Photos are of the actual painting you are buying. Paintings are stretched on wooden frames and gallery wrapped ready to hang. (paint down the sides of picture). Vibrate and gorgeous horse racing painting!
BEN BARRETT – ZULU WOMEN SELLING POTS
Title: Zulu Women selling pots
Artist: Ben Barrett
Material: Oil on canvas board
Oil Size: 61.2cm x 40.6cm
Media is oil on Canvas board measuring 61 cm by 40 cm painted 11 years ago by Ben Barrett of South Africa. It needs a frame or some screws to hang.
NANCY DE FREITAS – BLOOD FLOORS/CLAY WALLS (HUGE)
Title: Blood Floor/Clay Walls
Artist: Nancy de Freitas
Material: Acrylic on Canvas
Oil Size: 130cm x 110cm
Frame Size: 134cm x 114cm
Nancy de Freitas Large Acrylic On Canvas. “Blood Floors/Clay Walls” part of her family album series. Signed & dated 92 bottom right. The image is in “Very Good” condition. The Rimu frame is also “Very Good”.
For the author’s explain, the three rooms refer to: 1) the place of the family/mother relationship 2) the honing of independence in wider relationships (ie to the family/siblings first) and 3) the growth of ego and personal strength. The bald heads refer to our human vulnerability and innocence.
All of the paintings in this series had a reflective/dark side and consider them to be the best of Nancy’s whole career. This one, ‘Blood Floor, Clay Walls’, is the cornerstone painting of the series. Hope to get a public gallery collection or a significant private collection so that it could be seen by many.