Posts tagged “Landscape”

AUG
25
2015

Pastels

By mwilcox

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Every now and again in the Antique business one will come across original art which is neither an oil or watercolor. Generally it will be under glass and mounted much like a print, but resembles a watercolor in its muted colors. More than one...

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MAR
25
2015

Charles Albert Lebourg (1849 –1928)

By mwilcox

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This wonderful piece is by Charles Albert Lebourg, a French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist landscape painter of the Rouen School (l'École de Rouen). He was a member of the Société des Artistes Français, and most noted for his landscapes,...

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APR
16
2014

Rookwood Plaques

By mwilcox

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Generally porcelain plaques like this one are late 19th century European examples, but upon examination of the markings on this one, it is actually American. This particular tile is an early 20th century Rookwood "Vellum" plaque. Rookwood began...

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