Fantastical and rare large scale surreal tryptic by listed artist Daniel Albert Harris (Hungarian/American, 1914-1984) who adopted the name of Zev, which means 'Wolf' in Hungarian. Signed lower left "Zev '68."
Medium: oil on wood/unframed
Size: Side panels, 55"H x 25"W each. Middle panel, 84"H x 49"W.
Price: $5,000.00 US
By Mary DeNeale Morgan (American, 1868-1948). Beautiful historically significant oil painting of the First Congregational Church of Soquel.
Medium: Oil on canvas on masonite
Image, 24"H x 20"H.
Framed size: 26" x 1" x 30"H
One of Carmel's most distinguished plein air painters, she studied at the California School of Design in San Francisco with Emil Carlsen and Amédée Joullin. Elected by Scribner's Magazine as one of the nation's foremost women artists. Provenance letter included: 1984, Dana Morgan JR. from the estate of Mary DeNeal Morgan.
Price: $6500.00 US
By Margaret Neilson Armstrong (American, 1867-1944).
Medium: Pencil on paper
Size: Image, 14"H x 20"W
Condition: Very Good; some minor age toning
Displayed in vintage mat. Signed "M. Armstrong" lower right corner.
Active in New York, Europe and the Far West, Armstrong was an author and illustrator for Scribners and The Century magazines. Armstrong was an important woman book cover designer and with writer J.J. Thornber she completed over 540 illustrations for his various texts.
Price: $2200.00 US
by Mary Alice Hinman (American, 1930-2012).
Medium: Watercolor on paper
Sized: 10.5"H x 15"W/Unframed in mat
Mary Alice Himan taught elementary school and art after graduating from San Jose State University, raised a family of three, and continued her art education at Monterey Peninsula College. She won numerous juried awards and has studied under local artists Anita DeCarlo, Joe Tanus, Jan Voltr, Joseph Nordman, and Oregan artist Jan Kunz.
Price: $300.00 US
A fresh and contemporary piece honoring charitable and revolutionary women in the US, The American Women by Charles Warren Mundy (American, b. 1945), provides a nod towards the pop art movement. Pictured in this unique painting are Harriet Beecher Stowe, Eleanor Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart and Clara Barton. Signed lower right corner. A plein-air painter, CW Mundy worked for twenty-two years as a sports illustrator and in the late 1980s became a full-time painter of landscapes, still life, and figurative works. Among the artists he credits as inspiring to him are John Singer Sargent, Edgar Payne, and Guy Rose. Unframed.
Medium: oil on canvas
Image, 40"W x 40"H.
Price: $4,000 US
By Arthur Decker (American, 20th Century). Trained in graphic design, Decker uses his unique oil paint layering technique in his color negotiations that provide tonal richness and depth to his landscapes.
Medium: Oil on canvas/wooden frame
Size: Image 33"H x 44"W
Framed: 34"H x 45"W x 1"D
by Ralph Holmes (American, 1876-1963). Signed lower right corner "Ralph Holmes." In rustic giltwood frame. Holmes studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in Paris. He was active as a muralist and taught at Otis Art Institute (1923-1948). His landscapes of Yosemite and Bryce Canyon as well as the desert and rolling hills of California have brought him national fame.
Medium: oil on canvas/giltwood frame
Condition: Very good; some small touch-ups to paint surface
Image, 40"L x 30"W.
Price: $5,975 US
by Remington Schuyler (American, 1884-1955) titled "The Tracker" which appeared on Boy's Life, October 1926. Signed lower right corner. Remington Schuyler studied engineering and art at Washington University in St. Louis and studied in Paris and Rome at the Art Students League in New York and with Howard Pyle. Known for his "pulp illustrations," Remington Schuyler did illustrations for "Boy's Life" and the Boy Scout handbook as part of his thirty-year service as a Boy Scout volunteer. He was a mural painter and editor of "Architectural Record," and he was the artist-in-residence and associate professor of art at Missouri Valley College for six years.
Medium: oil on canvas
Image, 28"H x 24"W.
Price: $5,275 US
Lucy Diecks (American, 1875-1959)
Medium: watercolor on paper
Image: 18"H x 23"W
Medium: oil on artist's board/silver giltwood frame
Image, 20"H x 10"L
Framed, 12"L x 1"W x 22"H
Price: $600.00 US
Beautiful diminutive oil painting of rich texture and detail of the High Sierra countryside. Unsigned.Unframed.
8"L x 1"W x 6"H
oil on artist's board
Beautiful painting of a ship near the coast and a house in the near distance.
Oil on Canvas/wood Frame
21"L x 1"W x 12"H
Luminous mid-19th-century Hudson River School-style oil painting. Signature lower right but illegible. Displayed in a rustic frame. Image, 19"H x 15"L. Size: 23"L x 2"D x 19"H
Price: 2,000 US