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Albright, Ivan
(1897-1983)
“Angkor Wat, 1969”

Ivan Albright, an American painter noted for his meticulously detailed, exaggeratedly realistic depictions of decay and corruption is considered to be a magic realist. Albright was educated at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, and the University of IL, Urbana,...

Bell, Wenonah Day
(1889-1981)
“Magnolia Blossum”

Born Trenton, SC, lived in Greenville, GA. Studied Brenau College, GA, University of Pennsylvania, PAFA, Colarossi Academy of Fine Arts in Paris, and the Hans Hofman School of Fine Arts in Munich and Capri, Italy and the Columbia University Teachers College. Won the...

Blackmore, A.E.
(1854-1921)
“Summer Landscape with Stream”

Born/lived: England/Troy NY, New York City. Known for: painting landscapes, murals and designs on Steinway grand pianos, and musical instruments. Studied: South Kensington Museum, London. Member: Salmagundi Club. Exhibited: Society of Independent...

Bluemner, Oscar F.
(1867-1938)
“Inlet with Boat”

An American Modernist artist, Oscar F. Bluemner was born in Preuzlan, Germany. He lived in Chicago, New York City and South Braintree, MA. He was trained as an architect like his father and grandfather. He studied painting and architecture at the Royal Academy of...

Bluemner, Oscar F.
(1867-1938)
“Red Barn”

An American Modernist artist, Oscar F. Bluemner was born in Preuzlan, Germany. He lived in Chicago, New York City and South Braintree, MA. He was trained as an architect like his father and grandfather. He studied painting and architecture at the Royal Academy of...

Chadwick, William
(1879-1962)
“Lady Knitting”

An American Impressionist, Chadwick was a member of Old Lyme art colony and painted with Childe Hassam, Charles Ebert, and Chauncey Ryder. He painted on Monhegan Island, ME. His studio was reconstructed on the grounds of the Florence Griswold Museum. Born/lived:...

Daingerfield, N.A., Elliott (1859-1932)
“Madonna and Child”

Born/lived: Harper’s Ferry, VA, Blowing Rock, NC (studio) and NYC. Known for: painting poetic, mystical landscapes. In the 1890s he created religious paintings and murals, and a number of views of the Grand Canyon in his later years. He visited Europe in 1897 and...

Daingerfield, NA Elliott (1859-1932)

“Blowing Rock, North Carolina Landscape”, oil on canvas, 20″ x 30″, signed lower left. This painting is in excellent condition in a carved gold frame also in excellent condition. Born/lived: Harper’s Ferry, VA, Blowing Rock, NC (studio) and...

Daingerfield, NA, Elliott
(1859-1932)
“Joy of Youth”

Born/lived: Harper’s Ferry, VA, Blowing Rock, NC (studio) and NYC. Known for: painting poetic, mystical landscapes. In the 1890s he created religious paintings and murals, and a number of views of the Grand Canyon in his later years. He visited Europe in 1897 and...

Daingerfield, NA, Elliott
(1859-1932)
“Girl Dancing with Flowers”

Born/lived: Harper’s Ferry, VA, Blowing Rock, NC (studio) and NYC. Known for: painting poetic, mystical landscapes. In the 1890s he created religious paintings and murals, and a number of views of the Grand Canyon in his later years. He visited Europe in 1897 and...

Daingerfield, NA, Elliott
(1859-1932)
“Studying”

Born/lived: Harper’s Ferry, VA, Blowing Rock, NC (studio) and NYC. Known for: painting poetic, mystical landscapes. In the 1890s he created religious paintings and murals, and a number of views of the Grand Canyon in his later years. He visited Europe in 1897 and...

Dodd, N.A., Lamar
(1909-1996)
“Coastal Breakers”

Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor...

Dodd, N.A., Lamar
(1909-1996)
“Piazza San Marco, Venice”

Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor...

Dodd, N.A., Lamar
(1909-1996)
“Thunder Hole”

Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor...

Dodd, N.A., Lamar
(1909-1996)
“All Over”

Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor...

Dodd, NA, Lamar
(1909-1996)
“Monhegan Rocks”

Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor...

Dodd, NA, Lamar
(1909-1996)
“Washday”

Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor...

Gay, George Howell
(1858-1931)
“Gloucester Coastline”

George Howell Gay (1858-1931) George H. Gay was well known for his watercolor landscapes, seascapes and paintings of rivers and ships, mostly along the shores of New England. Gay also painted snowscapes, but these are scarcer. It is unusual to find an oil painting by...

Gerry, Samuel Lancaster
(1813-1891)
“Village in the Swiss Alps”

Samuel Lancaster Gerry (1813-1891) Born/lived: Boston, MA. He had a studio in Boston. In 1840, made many trips to New Hampshire’s Lake District and its White Mountains. He was also was among the Hudson River School artists who painted in that geographical area. He...

Hoppin, Tracy
(1871-1958)
“Edgartown Harbor”

Hoppin grew up in Providence, RI. During a long illness, he began to paint. Upon his recovery he studied at the Artist Students League, NY, Academie Julian and Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. He did some portraits but preferred landscapes in the style of Impressionism,...

Hull, Marie (1890-1980)

“Southern Scene”, oil on canvasboard, 9.5″ x 12.5″, signed lower right. This painting is in excellent condition in a nice original gold frame also in excellent condition. Born in Summit, Mississippi, Hull was a revered and influential figure in...

Jansson, Alfred
(1863-1931)
“Winter Scene”

Jansson was an impressionist painter born in Vermland, Sweden, emigrating to Chicago, IL in 1889. He studied in Stockholm, Christiania and Paris. He was a member of the Palette and Chisel Club, Chicago Art Club, Chicago Society of Artists, Chicago Artists Guild,...

Jarrell, Wadsworth (1867-1938)

Wadsworth Jarrell is an African American artist who was born in Georgia in 1929 and educated at the Art Institute of Chicago.  He is one of the founding members of AFRICOBRA, (African Commune Of Bad Relevant Artists) a revolutionary artist school of thought founded in...

Jones, Myrtle
(1913-2007)
“909 Lincoln St., Savannah, GA”

Myrtle Jones (1913-2007) Born/lived: born in Winder, Forsyth County, Georgia and lived in Savannah, GA. Known: to paint children, portraits, floral still lifes, landscapes, local street scenes and architecture of Savannah. Her work was unique in its balance of realism...

Jones, Myrtle
(1913-2007)
“Park in Savannah”

Myrtle Jones (1913-2007) Born/lived: born in Winder, Forsyth County, Georgia and lived in Savannah, GA. Known: to paint children, portraits, floral still lifes, landscapes, local street scenes and architecture of Savannah. Her work was unique in its balance of realism...

Kitchell, Hudson M. (1862-1944)

Hudson Mindell Kitchell (1862-1944) Born/lived: Born in Madison, NJ and lived in New York and Providence Rhode Island. Known: as a painter of landscapes, marine and nocturne paintings. His paintings were often dark, evening landscapes similar in style to those of...

Kurtz, Wilbur (1882-1967)

Wilbur Kurtz (1882-1967) Wilbur Kurtz was a Georgia artist, historian, illustrator and writer born in Oakland, IL. He became a foremost authority on Old South Atlanta. He studied at DePauw University, Art Institute of Chicago, and with George Wilmer Browne. He lived...

Lane, Mary Comer
(1881-1966)
“Salt Marshes”

Mary Comer Lane (1881-1966) Lane lived in Savannah, GA. and was married to Mills B. Lane She had her hands full with a family. She took summer art classes in Gloucester, MA with Henry Bayley Snell. In 1920 she was instrumental in the founding of the Savannah Art Club,...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Eastern Belted Kingfisher”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Crow Blackbird”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Ring-necked Duck”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Reeves Pheasant”

Athos Menaboni, born in Livorno, Italy in 1895, was destined to become profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter and naturalist, and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds which were included in the family of his youth. At age nine, Athos studied under...

Mercier, Dennis
(20th century)
“Out to Sea”

Dennis Mercier is a self-taught, southern born and raised artist with a passion for color and expression. His diverse images create a style of great strength, color and vitality. Dennis started drawing at an early age, and as a teenager his talents were used in his...

Meredith, Robert
(born 1940)
“Farm Wagon in a Field”

Meredith is an artist and Trompe l’oeil painter. He studied at the University of Georgia under Lamar Dodd and is a member of Grand Central Gallery and the Salmagundi Club in NYC. He has exhibited from Texas to Massachusetts, the Parthenon in Nashville, TN,...

Morgan, A.N.A., William Penn
(1826-1900)
“Banjo Player”

Circa late 1860’s. Original exhibition label verso: Cahoon Museum of Art, Cotuit, MA. “Portraying African Americans with Respect”, May 1-June 10, 2012. This painting is in excellent condition, in a beautiful gold period frame, also in excellent condition.

Murphy, Jr., Christopher
(1902-1973)
“Corner Lot”

Born/lived: Savannah, GA. Known for: landscapes, marines, architecture, portraiture and still-lifes done in New York, Washington, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. He painted urban and rural scenes, from classical structures of the 19th Century...

Murphy, Jr., Christopher
(1902-1973)
“Outside of Town”

Christopher Murphy, Jr (1902-1973) Born/lived: Savannah, GA. Known for: Christopher Murphy, Jr. is an important southern American artist who was a painter of landscapes, marines, architecture, portraiture and still-lifes done in New York, Washington, North Carolina,...

Pye, Annie R.
(1895-1985)
“Princess Chrysanthemum”

Born/lived: Woodland, Georgia Known: for easel painting floral landscapes, wildflowers and floral still lifes and floral motifs in watercolor and gouache. Annie Pye was married to Wilbur Kurtz from 1949 until his death in 1967. Studied: Elizabeth Mather College, where...

Riba, Paul
(1912-1977)
“Ancient Treasures”

Paul Riba was one of the foremost painters of Magic Realism. He explored the unreal juxtaposition of objects with his own touch of exacting realism. He spoke of his work as “invitations to pause and enjoy.” Riba was born in Ohio and received his professional training...

Richmond, Agnes
(1870-1964)
“Breakfast with Agnes”

Born/lived: Alton, Illinois/lived in New York and summered in Mountainville, NY, lived MO, Gloucester, MA. Best known for: Her painting style was impressionist, with attention to qualities of light, deliberate brushstrokes and rich colors. She was influenced by and...

Richmond, Agnes
(1870-1964)
“Wash Day, Gloucester”

Born/lived: Alton, Illinois/lived in New York and summered in Mountainville, NY, lived MO, Gloucester, MA. Best known for: Her painting style was impressionist, with attention to qualities of light, deliberate brushstrokes and rich colors. She was influenced by and...

Richmond, Agnes
(1870-1964)
“Gloucester, Ten Pound Island”

Agnes Richmond (1870-1964) Born/lived: Alton, Illinois/lived in New York and summered in Mountainville, NY, lived MO, Gloucester, MA. Best known for: Her painting style was impressionist, with attention to qualities of light, deliberate brushstrokes and rich colors....

Rucker, Robert
(1932-1972)
“Springtime, Louisiana Cabin”

Born/lived: born in New Orleans, LA /also lived in Mandeville, LA. Known for: Louisiana landscapes, plantation homes, steamboats, and other aspects of Louisiana life and culture in oils and watercolor combining realism and impressionism. He was influenced by the...

Saussy, Hattie (1890-1978)
“Tybee Island”

Born/lived: Savannah, GA. Saussy traveled and painted extensively in the Carolinas and north Georgia and New Orleans. She traveled to Europe and sketched and painted in many cities, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Munich, Verona, Florence and Venice. Best known for: painting...

Saussy, Hattie
(1890-1978)
“Georgia Cabin Scene”

Born/lived: Savannah, GA. Saussy traveled and painted extensively in the Carolinas and north Georgia and New Orleans. She traveled to Europe and sketched and painted in many cities, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Munich, Verona, Florence and Venice. Best known for: painting...

Sether, Gulbrand
(1869-1941)
“Winter Scene with Cabin”

Gulbrand Sether (1869-1941) Born/lived: He was born in Saerskovbygda, Elverum, Norway and moved to Chicago USA in 1893. About 1900 he settled in Chicago’s Humboldt Park, an area heavily populated by Norwegian-Americans, where he had his own studio. Known: Sether...

Smith, T. Henry
(mid 19th century)
“Blackberry Girl”

Thomas Henry Smith was a painter who lived in New York, Philadelphia and Boston. He was most known for his paintings of portraits, figures and flowers. He exhibited at the National Academy Art, 1843-47, 1874; American Art-Union 1843-49; Brooklyn Art Association, 1864;...

Williams, Edward K.
(1870-1950)
“Indiana Snow Scene”

Edward K. Williams (1870-1950) was born in Pennsylvania and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. He and his wife moved to Nashville, Indiana where he joined the Brown County Art Gallery Association. He was a member of the Indiana Art Club; Brown County Art...