Elegantly drawn pen and pencil on paper figure studies of dancers, displayed with dark gray mats. Single figure signed “JC” and study with 3 figures is signed “Clara.”
Midcentury drawing in colored pencil on paper of a sphere in pink and gray. Displayed in a silver metal frame with a double mat.
Hand-colored botanical etching by William Woodville from the text Medical Botany, published in London between 1790 and 1794.
Watercolor painting of cyclamen, signed and dated “Laura R Howard ‘85.” Displayed in silver metal frame and single mat.
14.25” L x 10.25” W x 0.75” H
Condition: Very Good; light wear and scratching to the metal frame
Pen and ink on brown paper of a deer under the full moon. Illegibly signed below and dated ‘73. Displayed in rustic wood frame with a cut-work triple mat.
Two pieces from this gorgeous vignette can be yours from the Ruby + George Wall Art- Gallery Wrapped Prints Collection. Specifically the piece in the top right and just to the left of Gretchen. They are from our Native Fire series by Ian Kennedy and can be ordered in any size you desire.
Watercolor landscape of a view of Estes Park, Colorado. Signed “Vicki John,” lower right. Displayed in an elegant wood frame.
Still life painting of an ancient pottery vase with sunflowers and a Navajo rug, by Native American artist Vada Smith. Signed and dated “Vada Smith 70,” lower left. Displayed in a wood frame.
Mountain cliff landscape by Lou Bowlds. Artist bio attached to back describing, “painter of Presidents, Kings, Governors, Senators, Generals, and other famous people. Blue ribbon winner in the Marshall Fields Galleries at the Chicago World’s Fair.” Inscribed “for nice people Christmas ‘76.”
17” L x 1.5” W x 20.5” H
Large Midcentury painting of a Paris park scene with a carousel and well-dressed figures. Signed “Blacketer.” Displayed in a wood frame.
Original oil on board landscape painting titled Quiet Glade by listed artist Charles Stewart, completed in the 1952 as shown on the gallery label on verso. Signed “C. Stewart” lower right and displayed in original wood frame.
Small unframed pastel drawing of white daisies. Signed in pencil lower left.
6.35” L x 5” H
Sunrise with American Indian scout on horseback, by the listed Kiowa artist Bobby Hill (1933-1984). Signed and dated “White Buffalo, Kiowa, ‘74” bottom right. Displayed in wood frame with simple white mat.
Print from an original oil painting from the famous Great Northern Railroad series of Native American chiefs completed in the late 1800s by Winold Reiss. With a caption explaining Jim Blood is a Peccunie brave. Comes with envelope that the portfolio was originally sold in at the Glacier National Park.
Large woodcut print by Stephen White, circa 1979. Titled New York Stage Lady, edition 95/200 showing a women in Art Nouveau style dress. Framed with triple matte and conservation UV glass in original Art Deco-style silver frame.
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