• Pont Neuf, Paris

    by Edward Brian Seago

    MEDIUM: Oil on board DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 12.3 x 17 in. / 31.2 x 40.6 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Edward Seago’ (lower left)
  • landscape with a river next to a bank with green grass and pink trees on it. There is a bridge in the background

    Rivière Provençale

    by Henri Aurrens

    Louis Henri Joseph Aurrens was a French painter, illustrator and caricaturist. Aurrens’ is best known for his paintings later in life of the surrounding landscapes in Marseille, his hometown. He was adept in pointillism, yet made it his own; a kind of controlled abandonment gives a charm to his free, fine and personal interpretation of luminist doctrines. His work is notable for his characteristic use of the colour pink, tinging the scenes with a rosy nostalgia, as we see in this beautiful landscape, Rivière Provençale, depicting a river running next to a bank where Aurrens has used vibrant colours of green and pink. MEDIUM: Oil on canvas DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 24.0 x 29.0 ins/ 61.0 x 73.7 cm SIGNATURE: Signed ‘H. Aurrens’ (lower right)
  • Bridge of Sighs

    by / attributed to Gaston la Touche

    The Bridge of Sighs is one of the most known bridges in the world, however it can it only be seen be seen from two places: Canonica Bridge and Ponte della Paglia. It connects the New Prison to the Doge’s Palace and the view from the bridge was the very last view that convicts would have seen before their imprisonment, being allowed one final glimpse of Venice’s beauty. DIMENSIONS: 10.5 x 15.3 inches (26.7 x 38.7 cm) SIGNATURE: Signed ‘Gaston La Touche' and annotated 'Venezia’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on panel
  • Street Scene, Amsterdam

    by Johannes Franciscus Spohler

    This beautiful painting portrays the vibrant city of Amsterdam, respledent in the sunlight. Spohler has depicted the bricks of the building and paving on the ground to minute detail while ordinary citizens are seen going about their day. DIMENSIONS: 17.5 x 14.0 ins/ 44.5 x 35.6 cm SIGNED: Signed ‘J. F. Spohler’ (lower left) MEDIUM: Oil on canvas
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