WATERCOLORS

 

ITEM # FCPWC-1
"BEACHED BLUES"

A beautiful watercolor, of a rowboat, beached, on a low tide,
by the bay, marshland area.
Beautiful original colors, in its original pine frame, with triple cut matting,
and original glass,
with an inset border of hand painted antique silver crackle.
The paper of this work has an impression on the lower right hand
side, just under and next the artists signature:
"ARCHES FRANCE"
Signed by the original artist
"ALLEN ULMER"
Mid 20th century vintage
35 1/4" L x 25 1/4" H
"SOLD"

ITEM # FCPWC-2
"BEAUTIFUL WATERCOLOR SEASCAPE"


A beautiful original watercolor seascape, in its original gray
driftwood frame, with antique silver ,
and ivory inner painted moldings, and original glass.
Double matted and signed by the original artist
in the lower right hand corner:
"RUTH BADERIAN"
Believed to be a listed artist however detailed information
is unknown.
The work in is excellent condition for its age, and is just
a wonderful, and bright colored, seascape, ocean
pounding on a rocky coast.
31 1/4" L x 23 1/2" high x 1 1/2" D
Circa mid 20th century
395.00

ITEM # FCPWC-3
"SAILING ON THE BAY WATERCOLOR"


A truly beautiful,  and original , watercolor depicting a sail boat and bayscape.
Fully framed in its original rustic blue driftwood frame, matted under glass.
Signed in the lower right hand corner
"PAUL"
A truly wonderful piece of art in excellent condition!!!
1960/70's Vintage
"SOLD"

ITEM # FCPWC-4
"BEAUTIFUL WATERCOLOR HARBOR SCENE"


 

A beautiful, and original , mid 20th century , watercolor harbor scene.
Very nice detail and vivid colors, in its original gold painted wooden frame,
with nicely aged matting, and extra thick old wavy glass.
Signed by the original artist in the lower left hand corner.
J. B. ROSENIC
with the J. B. & R. initials blended together,  a trait of the artist's signature.
A very nice work of art with normal wear marks but
in excellent condition for its age.
22" Long x 18 1/2" High
Circa 1950/60's
"SOLD"

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