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ROBIN WINFIELD Acrylic and Cibachrome on Board – Signed

Circa 2000, an original mixed media painting on board by Robin Winfield. Combing painting with photography, Winfield uses a unique collaging process of incorporating a Cibachrome photographic print with original hand painting. A result which blends photorealism and stylization. Titled New Orleans Reflection, Winfield uses the window as the anchor of her composition, building from the photograph used as a reflection, and hand painting the environment housing it. Signed by the artist. This painting is just one of hundreds of pieces of artwork that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection!  

Impressionist Style Oil Painting – Signed

This impressionist style oil painting has 1920s vibes with a well dressed couple in the foreground and a dramatic car in the background. Illegibly signed in corner and dated 2000. Framed in gold with beaded trim. This painting is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

NOEL MCKENNA “Tron” Ceramic Sculpture – Signed

“Tron” by Australian artist Noel McKenna uses whimsical style to depict the Tron Theater in Edinborough, Scotland. The ceramic sculpture has blue accents in the windows and clock faces to pop against the neutral brown building. Signed, titled, and dated July 2006 along base. This sculpture is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.    

JOHAN BARTHOLD JONGKIND (1819-1891) Original Oil Nightscape on Panel

Own a piece of art history with this original oil on panel painting by the illustrious Dutch master and frontrunner of Impressionism, Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891). This painting on panel features a moonlit maritime scene that Jongkind is best known for. This painting is considered “nocturnally perfect” with radiating moonlight in a cloudy sky being perfectly reflected in the shimmering waters underneath. The low horizon, deep contrast in color, and loose yet intentional brushstrokes are quintessential to Jongkind’s style. In 1874, Jongkind was extended an invitation to participate in the first exhibition of Impressionist works at the Salon in Paris, but declined. Following the rejection of his painting “Moonlight in Rotterdam” at the 1873 Salon, he refused to participate in such exhibitions again. This exact painting was created in 1874, at that pivotal point in the Impressionist movement and in art history as a whole. This painted panel is framed in an aged gold frame with a paper label on the reverse. Jongkind’s signature and the year 1874 is found in the bottom left corner of the composition. About the Artist: Johan Bathold Jongkind (1819-1891) was a Dutch painter and printmaker who is widely recognized as a forefather of Impressionism. After training at the art academy in The Hague, he moved to Monparnasse, Paris. After studying and working for two years, he was accepted into the Paris Salon exhibition. Despite receiving praise from critics Charles Baudelaire and Emile Zola, he experienced little success that induced depression worsened by alcoholism. Jongkind would continue to struggle with his mental health and dependency issues throughout his life. He returned to Holland for 5 years before going back to Paris, renting a studio and developing a style that would be critical to the consequent Impressionist movement. He met  Eugène BoudinAlfred Sisley, and Claude Monet, and became a mentor to the three young artists. Monet  attributed the “definitive education” of his artistic eye to JongkindJongkind mostly focused on marine landscapes, consistently employing strong contrasts and lively brushwork. Following in Dutch tradition, most of his works feature a low horizon to emphasize the sky. His legacy is strong in both the art market and in museum collections around the world. Although his contemporaries admired his work and style, his distaste for social gatherings and salons may have been what prevented him from coming to the forefront of the Impressionist movement. However, his background contributions were equally as important to him personally and many other young artists.  

Original Painting of Little Girl with Flowers

Original painting of a little girl with flowers is a bright and sunny scene. Greens, pinks, and blue dominate this lighthearted piece in a gold frame. This painting is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Glass Sculpture Head with Silver Leaf in Style of KOSTA BODA

Glass sculpture of a head in the style of Kosta Boda has primitive style elevated by silver leaf with red and gold streaking the eyes. A flat back and base makes this piece easy to display. This sculpture is one of hundreds of pieces of art glass that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

AL HIRSCHFELD “Sukeroku” Lithograph from The Kabuki Series #144/275

Stunning lithograph from Al Hirschfeld (1903-2003) depicting Kabuki performer with large parasol. “Sukeroku” was published in 1976 by Goodstadt. Hirschfeld was heavily influenced by Kabuki theater and Japanese woodblock prints, and was invited to Tokyo by a Japanese foundation. After this trip he created twelve prints, which was the birth of “The Kabuki Series”. About the Artist: Albert "Al" Hirschfeld (1903 –2003) was born in St. Louis, Missouri, later moving with his family to New York City to study at the Art Students League of New York. In 1924 Hirschfeld traveled to Paris and London to study painting, drawing and sculpture. Upon his return to the States a friend and Broadway press agent showed one of his drawings to an editor at the New York Herald Tribune. He received commissions from them, and later, The New York Times. Hirschfeld is best known as a caricaturist who created black and white portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars  

JACK GREAVES Sculpture “The Suitor”

Colorful stone sculpture of a woman walking along a checkerboard tiled walkway, her hair blowing in the breeze. A man in a top hat approaches her coming around the edge of a low fence. The sculpture is mostly a jade green with the checkerboard lacquered black, in alternating squares. Signed by the artist. About the Artist: Sculptor and painter, Jack Greaves was a Columbus, Ohio artist best known for his animal sculptures along Battelle Riverfront Park and the Columbus School for Girls. He was born in Leeds, studying at the Leeds College of Art and the Royal College of Art. Most of his work is based around narrative stories caught in a moment of time.  

FREDERIC REMINGTON Bronze Bust of a Native American Indian “The Savage”

Bust of a Native American Indian in bronze after Frederic Remington named "The Savage," an artist famous for his depictions of the Old West. The bust has a stylized touch, displaying high cheek bones, a proud hooked nose, and long draping hair for an altogether striking look. About the Artist: Born in Canton, New York in 1861, Frederic Remington became an American sculptor and illustrator that specialized in depictions of Native Americans and the culture surrounding the old west. He attended school at Yale University for art, the only male student of his freshmen class. He traveled to Montana to purchase a cattle farm and then a mine operation, and after realizing that he couldn’t afford either fell in love with the authentic west, drawing the people he would see on his travels.