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Remo Michael Farruggio (1904-1981) Nude with Hat Mixed Media on paper Signed to bottom Sight: height: 27" x width: 17" Framed: height: 27.25" x width: 17.25" x depth: .88".
Mid 20th Century
A vintage French watercolor signed by Guy Legay of a Dewoitine D520 airplane.
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An Art Deco watercolor painting with mythical themes by Eugene Savage (1883-1978). The study for the ceiling of the Elks Club in Chicago, Illinois. Titled "Muses Bringing Food for the Feast on Mt. Olympus,"and signed in the lower center. Eugene Savage is known for his melding of classical antiquity and modernity. When awarded a fellowship by the American Academy to study in Rome, he dedicated his attention to ancient Greek and Roman Sculpture. His later works reflect this influence whil incorporating modern sensibility. After leaving Rome, Savage was commissioned to pain numerous murals throughout the United States and Europe, including a ceiling triptych in the Elks Club National Memorial in Chicago, for which these were studies. the project was massive and brought together many of the most prominent artists of the time. the composition is subtly surreal, partly as a consideration for viewer position.
Referring to himself as a "abstract phenomenist", the titles of Jenkins' paintings began with the term ‘Phenomena’, 1960s onward. This particular ‘Phenomena’ watercolor is highly unique in presence, the applied paint seemingly cropped, forming a neat ‘v’ shape, which stretches across the paper.
Two Italian modern watercolors by Giandante X, depicting colorful abstracted forms
A watercolor painting entitled "Tropical Beauty" by Wladyslaw T. Benda (1873-1948). The piece depicts a young woman and flowers and is set in a wood frame with flower motif carvings.
This fashion illustration in watercolor and graphite on paper by Sir Cecil Beaton (1904-1980), depicts a costume design for a ballerina dancer of 'The Lady of the Camellias'. Markings include the artist's signature [Beaton] to the lower right corner, [Design for Dancer "La Dame aux Camelias"- New York City Ballet - 1949] to the bottom. Very good condition, any presence of wear consistent with age. Includes original mat; frame new addition.
This watercolor is signed by Joseph Floch (1895-1977) on the lower right.
Modern watercolor of multicolored jewels, created by New-York based artist John Torreano (b. 1941) in the late 20th century.
A framed watercolor by Alexandro De Canedo entitled "The Neophytes"and painted in 1933. Canedo was born in Mexico City in 1902 to a Spanish father and American mother. At 15 he studied in Paris at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts under the sculptor Jean Magrou. He held is first exhibition of pencil drawings at the Circolo Artistico in Rome in 1927 and in 1928 moved to the U.S. where his first New York Exhibition of pencil drawings was the inaugural exhibition of the Cheshire Gallery in the Chrysler Building in 1932. He continued exhibiting in and around New York and by 1935 he was showing both watercolors and drawings. He continued producing and exhibiting through the 1940s and relocated to Los Angeles in the 1950s where he was active in the L.A. art scene through the late 60's. He passed away in 1978.
A 1940 French watercolor signed by Guy Legay of a Potez 63 airplane fighting Messerschmitt planes.
Italian neo-classical carved olive wood sculpture depicting the head of Paris, made around 1810, after Italian artist Antonio Canova.
Seguso table lamp in cobalt blue Murano glass from the 1950s.
Mazzega chandelier with Murano Glass sunburst sputnik design dating from 1950s Italy.
A rare huge clay Lucky Cat, produced in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868) - Ca. 1820.
French Louis XV period Kingwood veneer commode with ornate ormolu detailing, stamped with the obliterated signature of Joseph Schmitz and the mark of the Jurande.
Adrian Pearsall Mid-Century Modern high back wing chair made for Craft Associates in the 1960's.
An antique Louis XIV style console table in untreated wood.
Geometric style modern faceted art glass sculpture or vase, created by New-York based artist John Torreano (b. 1941) in the late 20th century.
Memphis Group Postmodern ceramic hand-painted pedestal or side table with colorful geometric theme dating from the 1990s.
Fornasetti 'Capitello Ionico' lacquered wooden chair in black with enameled metal legs and a lithographically applied graphic of the upper section of a classical Ionic order column on its back.
American Brutalist sculpted bronze coffee or cocktail table created by Paul Evans Studio, initialed and dated 70 on the base.
An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
Isaac Kahn geometric totem in brushed metal over composite on painted base. The sculpture is marked "Kahn 79" near the bottom.
American Gilded Age pair of Tiffany urns made in heavy cast gilt bronze.
A pair of modernist Art Deco 'Woofle Bird' table lamps designed in 1929.
Fontana Arte Italian modernist table lamps in heavy aquamarine partially mirrored glass and metal, attributed to Italian designer Pietro Chiesa.
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