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    “Landscape with Figures”

    $6,000.00 $4,000.00
    Artist Unknown Landscape with Figures 19th Century 21 ¼ x 43 ¼ in.
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    “Portrait of a Man”

    $3,000.00 $1,500.00
    Portrait of a Man ArtistUnknown 19th Century 37 x 25 in.
  • Artist Unknown 19th Century Scolding of a School Boy 8 ½ x 11 in.
  • Artist Unknown 19th Century 10 ½ x 8 in. "This painting hung in the study of Oliver Wendell Holmes for many years." - plaque text at bottom center on frame.
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    School of Thomas Gainsborough (1727 - 1788) ‘Portrait of Alice & Martha Andrews, in a Landscape’ Oil on canvas 59 ½ x 44¾ in. (151 x 113.6 cm.) Thomas Gainsborough (14 May 1727 (baptised) – 2 August 1788) was an English portrait and landscape painter, draughtsman, and printmaker. He surpassed his rival Sir Joshua Reynolds to become the dominant British portraitist of the second half of the 18th century. He painted quickly, and the works of his maturity are characterized by a light palette and easy strokes. He preferred landscapes to portraits, and is credited (with Richard Wilson) as the originator of the 18th-century British landscape school. Gainsborough was a founding member of the Royal Academy.
  • Artist Unknown, 19th Century Landscape
  • Artist Unknown, 19th Century Figure and Animals Scene
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    “Forest Scene”

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    Artist Unknown Forest Scene Oil 27 ¼ x 36 ¼ in.
  • Dog Painting Portrait of a Dog Artist Unknown 10½ x 12 in.
  • J. Fleming, circa 18 ‘Scottish Seascape' Plaque on fra Oil on wo 14¾ x 20 John Fleming (1792-1845) was a Scottish landscape painter who lived and worked in Greenock. He is best known for the series of views he painted for Swan's Lakes of Scotland, published at Glasgow in 1834.  Fleming was born in about 1792, and apprenticed to a housepainter at the age of fourteen. He is thought to have had some contact with the portrait painter James Saxon before spending some time in London, where he worked as a housepainter and took the opportunity to the study paintings in galleries there. As a landscapist, Fleming specialized in small paintings of Scottish scenery, which became widely known through a series of collaborations with the Glasgow engraver and publisher Joseph Swan. He first worked with Swan in 1828 on a publication entitled Select Views of Glasgow and its environs, to which the Glasgow artist John Knox also contributed. Fleming and Swan followed this with Select Views on the Clyde (1830) and Select Views of the Lakes of Scotland (1834). The last of these, consisting of a total of 48 plates, issued in 16 parts, proved popular enough to justify the publication of further editions in 1836 and 1839.
  • Artist Unknown, 19th Century Lady in Nature 19¼ x 24 in. Frame with Plate of Artist and Title, but hard to decipher.
  • Artist Unknown Portrait of a Man 20" x 16" Oil on board