Here is a American antique oil on canvas painting of a pleasant looking woman with a white bonnet and a black satin dress. The artist painted pink flowers on the sides of her bonnet and she has a lace bodice and lace sleeves. The painting is framed in its original frame that has lots of ares of damage. The entire piece measures 25 1/2 x 29 7/8 in.Canvas alone measures 20 x 24 in.I do not see a signature. The painting is in FAIR as is vintage condition with some cracking paint on her forehead and on the inner corner of one eye.The frame is in POOR as is vintage condition with chipped/missing compo/gesso on the corners,surface scrapes,etc. It is heavy and solid though. I can ship this cheaper canvas alone, so let me know if that interests you.I would date this to the 1850-60s time period.
Perfect for Victorian,Farmhouse,Eclectic,and mid to late 1800s decors.For sale in my ebay store~
My favorite, local antique shop, @bleusacramento , posted this new addition to their shop on Instagram this afternoon. The moment I saw it, I knew it was meant to be mine! I went straight over and brought her home 💖💖💖
She is so amazing! Thank you, Bleu-for being so awesome!!!!
The note written on the back reads, My Mother’s painting of her sister, aunt Amanda, in early 1900. My mother painted it and gave it to me because she was my favorite aunt Ikin’s (?) mother.
Stunning Chinese Blue and White porcelain baluster vase decorated with a scene from a classic tale. Kangxi period AD 1662-1722. Offered for sale by Antiques Council member and Nantucket Summer Antiques Show exhibitor Ralph M. Chait Galleries in New York. The 2019 Nantucket Show will occur August 2-5. @antiquescouncil #antiqueshow#antiquechineseporcelain#nantucket#nantucketantiques
Miniature sur ivoire dans son cadre d'origine en alliage cuivreux. 7,3 x 6,1 cm. Cheveu médian sur toute la hauteur, consolidé anciennement par contrecollage d'un papier vélin. Suisse, toute fin du XVIIIe.
Non signée. Cependant, des parallèles avec l'oeuvre du genevois Pierre-Louis Bouvier (1765-1836) ne nous semblent pas hasardeux.
CHF 750.- / € 660
When I find antique paintings with slashes, rips or holes it never dissuades me, on the contrary I immediately envision the passion behind its reduced circumstance adding to the intrigue. Also feel naturally distressed works look CoolBeans on my walls, lol.
So I found a VERY old Christ And The Fisherman oil painting after Ernst Zimmerman. Swipe left to see the 1888 copy that Zimmerman himself painted of the original which is now missing. Could this be it?! If so please feel free to DM me with an offer and if it’s enough to buy a house in the south of France we have a deal.👏🏻