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Title Wave break
Artist William Newell Cady (1849-1935) American
Medium Watercolor on fine paper
Size

Sight: 14" x 23 1/2"
Overall: 22 1/2" x 32"

Description

Nicely done waterscape by well listed Rhode Island artist
William Cady. Cady was born near the waters of Narragansett bay. He attended Brown University and tutored students as he perfected his skills as an artist. After marrying his childhood sweetheart they moved to New Jersey where Cady was employed as a photo engraver for thirteen years. He then returned to Warren, Rhode Island where he continued to pursue his painting. He specialized in New England seascapes and loved to work in watercolor. He did illustrations for many magazines and he and his wife authored several books. Cady was multi-talented and was an architect, writer and composed music and play piano and organ for several churches. He died in Warren in 1935 and had continued painting until the last couple years of his life. His works are in New England Museums and private collections throughout the US.
 

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RD7-1613-WC2

    



Title "The grist mill"
Artist Charles Albert Rogers (1848-1918) California
Medium Oil on canvas, signed lr
Size

Art: 12" x 18"
Overall: 17.5" x 23.5"

Description

Nicely done landscape with an old grist mill in background by well listed California artist, Charles Albert Rogers. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Rogers moved to New York city where he lived and studied art for 15 years. He also toured Europe and studied in Paris, Rome and Munich before returning to US in 1877, where he settled in San Francisco and took a studio and painted. He mostly did landscapes, coastal scenes and Chinatown genre paintings. He died in California in 1918. His works are scattered through out United States in Museums and private collections. This beautiful painting has been lightly cleaned and varnished and is present in a carved gilt wood frame style of the period. This painting dates to circa 1870's and is ready to hang.
 

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RD7-913OP

    



Title "Hazy day"
Artist Neils Christiansen (1873-1960) Danish
Medium Oil on canvas
Size

Art: 14" X 19"
Overall: 19.5" x 25.5"

Description

This beautiful landscape with two horses grazing in a field with rolling overcast clouds and distant homestead views beyond by listed artist, Neils Christiansen.

Christiansen, Niels (Daniah1873 - 1960): Christiansen studied at Technical School in Denmark, but later traveled widely in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Rumania, Turkey, Palestine and Egypt. He exhibited at Charlottenborg since 1917 and he was also attached to Kunstnerforeningen af 18. November (the Artist Society of November 18). Niels Christiansen mostly painted landscapes and he preferred motifs with domestic animals, painted in a naturalistic interpretation. Throughout the years he has become a popular painter and his works can be found in many great collections. Circa, early 1900's Oil on canvas measures approximately 14" high x 19" wide within walnut and gilt molding approximately 191/2" high x 251/2" wide x 2" deep. Signed in monogram lower left, N Chr


 

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RD-625-13-HP1

    

 



Title "Waitin on the tide"
Artist Louis Kinney Harlow (1850-1913) American
Medium Watercolor on fine paper
Size

Art: 22" x 30"
Overall: 28" x 36"

Description

Nicely done watercolor on paper by well listed Boston MA artist. Louis Kinney Harlow. Beached ship loading and waiting for the tide. Circa late 1800's this painting is presented in a wide dark wood frame of the era with a gilt liner. It has been conservation framed and has conservation glazing. Ready to hang.

Louis Kinney Harlow — painter and etcher — known for New England landscapes, fishermen, farms, boats, and coastal scenes--was born on March 28, 1850 in Wareham, MA and died in 1913. After attending school at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, Harlow went into business and married Julia Coombs. They started their family and eventually had three children.(Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Artists.)


 
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RD613-13WC1

    



Title "Crimson Sunset"
Artist Louis Kinney Harlow (1850-1913) American
Medium Watercolor on fine paper
Size

Art: 20" x 30"
Overall: 25" x 35"

Description

Nicely done watercolor on paper by well listed Boston MA artist. Louis Kinney Harlow. Sunset water scene with town in background. Nice use of color and depth. Circa late 1800's this painting is presented in a wide dark wood frame of the era with a gilt liner. It has been conservation framed and has conservation glazing. Ready to hang. signed: lr

Louis Kinney Harlow — painter and etcher — known for New England landscapes, fishermen, farms, boats, and coastal scenes--was born on March 28, 1850 in Wareham, MA and died in 1913. After attending school at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, Harlow went into business and married Julia Coombs. They started their family and eventually had three children.(Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Artists.)

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RD613-13WC2

    


Title "Foamy waves breaking"
Artist George Howell Gay (1858-1931) American
Medium Watercolor on fine paper
Size

Art: 14" x 22"
Overall: 21" x 29"

Description

Nicely done watercolor on fine paper by New York marine artist, George Gay presented in a super finished corner ornate frame of the period. Art work has been conservation framed and is ready to hang.

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 this artist, as he worked mainly in watercolor. Some of his works display a tonalist aesthetic. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 2, 1858, and lived in Chicago and then in 1889, settled in Bronxville, New York. Gay was a pupil of Paul Brown and Henry Elkins in Chicago. He is known to have exhibited at the National Academy of Design in 1890; Boston Art Club, 1890-1900; and Boston Art Club, 1897. Shortly before his death in 1931, George Gay's address in 1929 was known to be 100 Kraft Ave., Bronxville, NY.

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RD6613-WC1

    

  


 
 

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