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Posters, Paintings and Prints

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CINCINNATTI, THE LEVEE AT DAYBREAK , C. 1884, SIGNED LIMITED PRINT No. 44/650 by JOHN STOBART, 1995. CINCINNATI, THE LEVEE AT DAYBREAK, C. 1884 SIGNED LIMITED PRINT No. 44/650 by JOHN STOBART. (RARE) Issued in 1995. 14" x 22". In PERFECT, AS NEW CONDITION, presently framed and matted behind glass, but I will ship unframed and rolled in a tube to the winning bidder.

Quoting JOHN STOBART:

"In this view I chose to feature the Lighthouse tender LILY because its smaller scale and more varied detail than most other boats of the period. She is seen tied up just below the wharf boat of the Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Co. loading up for a trip."

John Stobart's own shop sold out of this limited printing of only 650 copies and so he states that it is RARE and its price as $1000.00, if one becomes available from the "secondary market."

I will ship rolled in a tube and unframed. Because of the great weight of frame, glass, etc. and the unusual dimensions, the shipping cost would be much greater if I were to ship the print framed. SCARCE PRINT and my astonishing low price is:

$500.00


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CHATTANOOGA, ROSS'S LANDING, UNLOADING FLATBOATS ON THE BANKS OF THE TENNESSEE RIVER in 1848, Signed Limited and Numbered (#223/950) Lithographic Print by John Stobart (Signed and numbered by the Artist in pencil).)
20" x 31" FINE CONDITION. Will ship rolled in a tube.

$350.00 SOLD!

 

 


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CHARLOTTE RHODES Signed & Numbered (#102/260) Lithographic Print of Sailing Ship.
"CHARLOTTE RHODES" Original Limited Edition Color Lithographic Print SIGNED and NUMBERED (#102/260) IN PENCIL (see photos) by English Artist, ALEX PACKHAM (1914-   ) known for his nautical and ship paintings. This print of the famous sailing ship Charlotte Rhodes was sold in a charity auction back in the 1970's by the Collier Art Corporation. The Collier Art Corporation was a charity auction house in Los Angeles in the 1970's and early 1980's. The print is locked into its matte and framed, but as the frame itself is not in such good condition I will ship without the frame unless otherwise instructed. The print itself is in excellent condition. Other lithographs (unnumbered) by this artist are selling elsewhere for $350.00 and up.

$74.99


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LONE WARRIOR by John Bruce. (1931-    ), color lithograph in a limited edition of 300, this being #139/300, circa 1975. Hand signed and numbered in pencil by the artist (see photos). The artist has exhibited in many one-man and juried art shows since the 1960's and won many awards, including the John R. Graybach Memorial Award for oil in the 1988 American Artists Professional League exhibit in New York. In the American Indian and Cowboy Artists shows he was the winner of the Eagle Feather Award (artist's artist) for 1989 and 1990, "Best of Show" in 1992, and winner of the Norris Foundation "Best of Show" award in the Masters of the American West Show at the Autry Museum in 1996. His original lithographs have been purchased by the Smithsonian Institute as part of their permanent collection.

John is listed in Contemporary Western Artists, California Art Review, Who's Who in California, Who's Who in the West, and Who's Who in the World.

The lithograph is in Fine condition and measures 22 & 3/4" x 15 & 1/2" to borders of paper, 11" x 15 & 1/2" of printed area. An old auction tag lists this lithograph as lot number 695 and states that its Fair Market Value is $250.00.

$125.00


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TITLE UNKNOWN (Three Ladies at Mexican Market) by Martha Dickson Allen. MARTHA DICKSON ALLEN - Three Mexican Women at a Market (1980s?) 30 x 22 inch Original Watercolor, signed by this listed Texas artist.

Quoting from the Nuevo Santander Gallery in McAllen, Texas:

 "Martha Allen was born in Temple, Texas and now lives near San Antonio, Texas. She holds a degree in art education from The University of Texas at Huntsville, has worked in fashion and advertising, illustrated two childrens books published by Prentice Hall and was an illustrator of medical subjects at the Academy of Health Sciences in San Antonio. The first painting in her Mexico series was purchased by actor Robert Goulet in 1984. Martha has explored nineteen cities and numerous villages researching the lifeways of Mexico's indigenous people.

"Martha describes her watercolors as romantic realism since her goal is to show the richenss of exotic cultures through compelling portraits typical of Latin America. Her portraits are executed in dazzling detail as she captures the profound expression on the faces of the people and the authenticity of their dress. Her trademark is the accurate depiction of costumes native to . . . Mexico."

Other original watercolors of this size in Martha Dickson Allen's Mexico Series are listed elsewhere at $2400.00.

While the painting itself measures 30" x 22", the frame measures 39 & 1/2" x 35 & 1/2" x 2".

$450.00


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XOCHIMILCO by Martha Dickson Allen (20" x 15") Original Watercolor, Signed by the Artist and framed, matted and under glass (frame measures approx. 27 & 1/2" x 23" x 3").

Quoting from the Nuevo Santander Gallery in McAllen TX: 

"Martha Allen was born in Temple, Texas and now lives near San Antonio, Texas. She holds a degree in art education from the University of Texas at Huntsville, has worked in fashion and advertising, illustrated two children's books published by Prentice Hall and was an illustrator of medical subjects at the Academy of Health sciences in San Antonio. The first painting in her Mexico series was purchased by actor Robert Goulet in 1984. Martha has explored nineteen cities and numerous villages researching the lifeways of Mexico's indigenous people. She describes her watercolors as romantic realism since her goal is to show the richness of exotic cultures through compelling portraits typical of Latin America."

 

$300.00


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