• Mother and Child in a Landscape

    by André Gisson

    Dimensions: (unframed) 24 x 36 inches. (framed) 32 x 44 inches. Signature: Signed (lower left) Medium: Oil on canvas Throughout his career, Gisson developed and refined the style and technique of impressionism, with its small broken brushwork and soft, vibrant colours.  
  • The Yellow Shawl, 1909

    by Allen Tucker

    MEDIUM: Oil on canvas DIMENSION: (unframed) 23.0 x 19.0 ins/ 58.4 x 48.3 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'A. Tucker' and dated (lower right) Allen Tucker was often called the American Van Gogh.” His closest friend, critic Forbes Watson, described him as brilliantly communicative, passionately in love with art in all its forms, with an ear for music, an eye for painting … genial and provocative in talk.” (Goley, in The Vibrant Landscape1997).  
  • La Fin Du Ballet. 1939

    by Louis Kronberg

    MEDIUM: Oil on board DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 29.5 x 33.8 ins/ 74.9 x 85.9 cm SIGNATURE: Signed 'Kronber'" (lower right); signed, titled and inscribed (verso) Louis Kronberg was an American figure painter who is often referred to as ‘the American Degas’.  
  • DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 15.0 x 18.0 ins/ 38.1 x 45.7 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Tillman Crane’ (lower right); numbered edition 4 of 25 (lower left) MEDIUM: Photograph, archival print on photography paper Tillman Crane is an American photographer who specialise in the creation of platinum and palladium photographs. His works focus on the elusive qualities of light, texture and space to bring the spirit of the ordinary in everyday locations where he lives and teaches into extraordinary in his photographs. In particular, he concentrates on the unique sense of each place, calling himself a reactionary photographer.  
  • Chromatic Fold/ Green, blue

    by Julian Stanczak

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 55.9 x 55.9 cm/22.0 x 22.0 ins SIGNATURE: Signed (verso) MEDIUM: Acrylic and collage on canvas A pioneer in the perceptual art movement, painter Julian Stanczak built his life around seeking answers to questions about color, light, form and the way the expression of those things affected the human eye and emotions. Over the decades, Stanczak delved deeply into studies of light waves and the effects that colors had on each other in juxtaposition. With help from his father-in-law, he built a machine to cut rolls of tape to any width so he could mask off portions of his canvases to achieve edge precision. His studio was a festival of colors mixed with great care, allowing him as much control as possible over the experience of light and feeling on the part of the viewer.  
  • Misty Afternoon, Cragsmoor, NA 1923

    by Charles Curran

    DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 18.0 x 22.0 in./45.7 x 55.9 cm SIGNATURE: Signed Charles C Curran lower left MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
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