Folk Art, Theorem, Compote of Fruits Still Life Date/Period: Circa 1830
Measurement: Frame: 23" x 26.5"; view: 17" x 20.5"
Material: Watercolor on velvet
Condition: Bright color, toning; possibly original frame and backboards.
Additional Information: The bowl on circular foot contains a competently arranged
abundance of fruits, tendrils, and leaves. The artist demonstrates a skillful command of
stenciling; the fruits are well positioned; the use of color and shading is proficient.
Still Life Painting, Basket of Cabbage and Tomatoes, American School
Signed G.V. Strauss, Around 1899
Oil on canvas on academy board
A G.V. Strauss (Gibson, Illinois) is listed in the Semi-Annual Exhibition by the Art Students League of Chicago Catalog (at the Art Institute), several other internet listings may be found. (Excellent condition; frame: 27.75 by 20.5"; view: 15.25 by 22.5")
Still Life with Fruit, Pastel on Paper, American School, 19th Century
Signed "Painted by Selina M. Johnston"
Pastel on paper, 15 x 19”., in a molded gilt-gesso frame [likely original].
Overall condition is excellent, minor gesso losses to frame.
Folk Art, Doris Stauble Still Life, Fruits, Berries, Seedlings and Fabric Leaves
Wiscasset, Maine, Doris Stauble (1918-2007) Date/Period: 20th Century
Measurement: Height: 7"; diameter: 9.5"
Material: Mixed media, paper mache, wax, fabric and more
Condition: Very good
Additional Information: Still life in Staffordshire bowl…
The artist bought contents of a warehouse on the Hudson River, stocked with
Victorian millinery fruits, flowers and other small decorative objects. Doris used antique
containers as the foundations in which she arranged a wide variety of interesting forms
and textures…she employed her artistic eye, her understanding of color and form to
create these sought-after one-of-a-kind compositions.
Antique Still Life Painting, Fruits, Oil on Artist Board
W.J. Brown, Ohio Folk Artist (Coal Miner)
The work remains bright and untouched and is mounted within original gilt frame, the glass that protected has been removed. (Frame: 17.25 by 24"; view: 11.25 by 16")
American Folk Art Still Life Painting, Watermelon and Fruits
Anonymous Date/Period: 1880-1900
Measurement: Frame: 22.25" x 28.25"; view: 23.25" x 17.25"
Material: Oil on academy board, label: Favor & Ruhl, New York. Mounted within a
period molded gilt frame.
Condition: Excellent original condition
Additional Information: A bounty of melon and fruits on platter, bright colors.
Victorian Still Life Painting,
Bountiful Fruits & Floral Arrangement on Sideboard
American School, Victorian… Date/Period: Likely circa 1875
Measurement: Overall: 25 by 33.75-inches
Material: Oil on paperboard
Additional Information: The work is mounted with a period black enameled frame with gilt
19th Century Still Life, Fruits in Colorless Glass Bowl
Anonymous, circa 1870
Grapes, grape leaves and tendrils, pear, and a peach in a bowl resting on marble slab.
The work is mounted in a period gilt frame, we note a small puncture to paper at
frame…at top near center, else fine.
(Frame: 21.5" x 18.5"; view: 11" x 14.5")
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