Antiquarian Art Co.
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1940 item #1089944 (stock #423)
A original oil painting of the The Copenhagen (København) was a Danish sailtraining vessel rigged as a five-masted steel auxiliary barque(1921–1929). It was, according to Alan Villiers, the largest and finest sailing vessel in the world at the time it vanished. Oil on canvas signed lower right indistinctly and titled measuring 17 X 25 image framed size approx. 23 X 31. In good antique condition some age cracking. A nice historical decorative painting.
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1900 item #522745 (stock #185)
A beautiful antique American portrait of a young girl circa. 1890 framed in a spectacular period frame. Oil painted on an oval canvas measuring 16x20 inches and overall framed size approx. 26 x 30 inches. The painting is signed lower right C. T. Webb and titled with the Childs name on the reverse. In very good condition some minor touch ups and the frame has some touch ups to the gold leaf liner. Overall a very fine and decorative antique painting.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #579867 (stock #242)
A fine and rare Chinese Bronze portrait bust of a young woman. In excellent condition with a nice rich brown patina measuring approx. 5.5 in tall with rosewood stand 7 in. or 14 x 18 cm. A fine addition to any collection.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #477061 (stock #098)
Beautiful hand painted floral motif on this impressive vase measuring approximately 11 inches tall in excellent condition no chips or cracks etc. Signed on the bottom B & C Limoges. A wonderful example would be a fine gift item or accent piece for an interior design project.
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #1022510 (stock #338)
A fine antique bronze Chinese bronze buddha with very fine details in the hand mudra postures. Measuring approx. 8 inches tall a fine example.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #511597 (stock #167)
Classical bronze figure of a Grecian woman with robe and sandals alongside a urn and disc. Signed Evrard for Victor Evrard French 1807-1877 sculptor known for works in bronze. The bronze in is in excellent condition with a nice original patina measuring approx. 19 inches tall a fine piece.
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1900 item #1022549 (stock #342)
A beautiful antique Italian original painting gouache on paper in an exquisite French matte and frame. Measuring Approx. 6x8 overall framed size 11x13 inches. In excellent condition one of a pair see #341 sold together or separate.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1700 item #459309 (stock #070)
Fine Ming Dynasty large porcelain bowl or charger c.1600s. The hand painted under glaze blue and white floral design featuring a center dancing horse or dragon. Measuring approx. 12-1/4 inches in diameter 2 inches deep. In good antique condition with glaze crazing and minor surface wear some calcification. A wonderful piece of Ming porcelain would be a nice addition to any collection. Please browse my other items email with any questions.
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1950 item #473084 (stock #083)
California Impressionist wooded landscape by Francis Hamilton Redewill. Redewill a listed California artist was a successful physician and painted in his leisure time making his works somewhat rare. This is a fine arts and crafts era painting with bold color and brushwork. Oil on board signed lower right measuring 16 x 20 inches framed in a quality gallery frame overall size 21.5 x 26.5 inches. In excellent condition a fine decorative painting would make a nice addition to any collection.

Biography

Redewill, Francis Hamilton (1879-1957) Painter. Born in Vallejo, California on May 29 1879. Redewill was a graduate of UC Berkeley and Johns Hopkins Medical School. A physician. He painted in his leisure and in 1937 organized and acted as first president of the American Physicians Art Ass’n. Most of his life was spent as a resident of Berkeley while maintaining a medical practice in San Francisco. His last two years were spent with his children in Whittier, Ca. Where he died on Dec. 19, 1957.

Courtesy Edan Hughes artists in California

All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #583493 (stock #249)
Japanese signed Satsuma pottery censer hand painted in cobalt blue background with figural and traditional Satsuma design. In excellent condition with no damage. Measuring approx. inches by inches
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1900 item #1084409 (stock #415)
A beautiful antique still life oil painting on canvas of wine grapes. Measuring Approximately 14 X 16 overall size. 21 X 23 INCHES. framed in a beautiful stenciled Italian frame. A nice decorative painting.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1837 VR item #445489 (stock #026)
Chinese Export Jesuit ware porcelain cream pitcher 18th century. Beautifully hand painted in black and 14k gold featuring a figure of a mythological woman wearing a crown and holding a bird. Black and gold design motif around the rim. Measuring aprox. 4 1/4 inches tall the condition is excellent except for a minor firing flaw line and associated flea bite on the base of handle this is in the manufacture process and does not affect the quality and value of this piece.

Chinese porcelain decorated with European subject matter and made for export to the West during the Qing dynasty in the reign of Qianlong (1736–96). The sources for the decoration were mainly European engravings brought to China by Jesuit missionaries. The most commonly used illustrations were of Christian subjects such as the Crucifixion, though mythological subjects were also used. A fine example of Export porcelain would make a nice addition to any collection.

All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1910 item #490613 (stock #135)
A beautiful example with delicate sliver wire enclosure depicting a Dragon on a sliver foil background. Meiji period c.1900 in excellent condition measuring approx. 6.5 inches tall. A masterpiece work of cloisonné art.
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1940 item #702636 (stock #273)
F Grayson Sayer California impressionist landscape near Palm Springs Ca. Oil on canvas board signed lower left corner in excellent condition measuring 8x10 inches framed in a quality gallery frame overall size approx. 16x18 inches.

Biography

Landscape painter, illustrator. Born in Medoc, MO on January 9, 1879, Sayre worked in the lead and zinc mines and manufactured leather goods before settling on an art career. He remained a self-taught artist except for two months with J. Laurie Wallace in Omaha. His first creative job as an artist was an employee of and engraving company in Houston, TX. Ill with diphtheria, he moved to California in 1917. Traveling to California by train, he was enchanted with the Southwest desert and vowed to return which he did in 1919. For three years he lived in Arizona working for a mining company as a bookkeeper while painting in his leisure. Upon returning to California in 1922, he held his first art exhibition of 64 watercolors in San Francisco; later that year he exhibited at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In that year he moved to Los Angeles and two years later built a home and studio in Glendale where he remained for the rest of his life. Sayre is one of California’s best known painters of the deserts and the Southwest. Member: Pallete & Chisel Club of Chicago; Painters & Sculptors of Los Angeles (cofounder and President, 1929) Exhibited: Bohemian Club, 1922; Glendale Chamber of Commerce, 1922 (solo); Glendale Public Library, 1962 (retrospective) Works Held: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Source: Hughes, Edan Milton, "Artists in California: 1786-1940," San Francisco: Hughes Publishing Company, 1989.)

All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #472692 (stock #080)
Fine Japanese Imari fan shaped bowl with beautiful hand painted decorations featuring a dragon and traditional Imari designs. Artist signed and in excellent condition no chips cracks etc. Measuring 11 inches by 12 inches about 1.5 tall. A fine example of Imari porcelain would make a nice addition to any collection.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1950 item #543455 (stock #197)
A fine vintage Navajo Indian Teec Nos Pos rug, woven by Bessie Little Pouch. Featuring a centering double diamond hooked medallion design with geometric accents on all sides, feather pairs in the center, within finely serrated surrounds and a split wing border. Woven in tan, beige, black, red, orange, white and gray. Measuring approx. 6 ft. 4 in. x 3ft. 10 inches in very fine condition.

The Teec Nos Pos style of Navajo weaving is a bold, exciting and elaborate design. Many believe this style developed from pictures of Persian rugs while others see no connection and believe that traders introduced this design to the Navajo People from designs on flour sacks. The name, which means "Cottonwoods in a Circle," comes from a settlement in the northeast corner of the Navajo Nation. Always surrounded by a wide border and filled with an exuberant variety of motifs, Teec Nos Pos style rugs are usually large, and therefore very expensive. An elaborate center is enhanced with stylized feathers and arrows. Steps and angular hooks extend from the points of diamonds and triangles, while zigags are abundant. The many, brightly colored yarns are used to create a visually stunning design in the Teec Nos Pos style.

All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1970 item #1022261 (stock #333)
"Village Du Moyen Age" An original oil painting on canvas signed lower right by this highly regarded abstract modernist artist. Provenance the Dalzel Hatfield gallery exhibited in a 1960s exhibit at the famed L.A. Ambassador Hotel. In very fine condition measuring approx. 25 x 35 inches. Biography, Jun Dobashi was born in Tokyo in 1910. He studied at the art academy there in 1933 but was in Paris in 1938-39. Dobashi returned once more to France to stay from 1953 to 1969, which is why he is usually perceived as a Franco-Japanese artist. Jun Dobashi's work is abstract and close to European Informel Art. Not just a painter, Dobashi also earned a reputation as a lithographer. His work was first exhibited in Paris in 1954. Dobashi was awarded the Prix du Dôme séléctionné in 1956. Between 1960-69 Dobashi's work was exhibited regularly at the Fricker Gallery. In 1961, Jun Dobashi was given a solo show at the Redfern Gallery in London. Between 1956-60 Dobashi showed work regularly at the Salon du Mai and was presented as representative of the École de Paris at an exhibition mounted by the Galerie Charpentier in 1960. Jun Dobashi died in Tokyo in 1975.
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #1153926 (stock #531)
A fine antique Chinese rosewood jewelry box with white jade inlayed plaques. Opens to a group of silk lined drawers for jewelry. Measuring approx. 12.5 x 8 x 6 inches. In very good antique condition.