John Fulton Folinsbee (1892-1972) was a New Hope, PA, impressionist painter, having moved there in 1916. More»
Born in 1952, in Hall's Harbour, Nova Scotia, John Neville received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in 1976. He spent his final year at University studying at the Centre de Gravure Contemporaries in Geneva, Switzerland. A unique graphical sense distinguishes his paintings, which express a deep understanding of maritime life. More»
Born in Sweden, Bertil Whyman, has spent years painting the coast of Maine with a strong emphasis on color and light. More»
Gilbert Riou was born in France and lived much of his life in New Jersey. More»
Ronald Johnston is a plein air painter from Cleveland, Ohio. More»
A native of Norwood, Massachusetts, Jim Murphy was born May 25, 1947. More»
Born in Sweden, Sprinchorn came to New York City at age sixteen. He studied and worked with Robert Henri for a decade at the Art Students League. More»
1828 - 1891
Born in Kilmurry, Kilkenny, Ireland in 1828, William Gorman Wills pursued a successful career as a novelist and playwright after spending his early years as a painter. More»
Watercolor, 3.63" x 6.75" sight size, signed lower right.
Hyde Solomon studied at the Art Students League, then at the Pratt Institute and Columbia. His abstractions from nature retained a core structure, amidst original color harmonies. More»
Oil on panel, 24" x 36", signed lower right, dated 2011.
Watercolor, 7.75" x 9.5", sight size, signed lower right, dated 1972.
Born in Nova Scotia, Ernest Lawson spent his boyhood in Ontario. More»
Contemporary, b. 1931
Murray Hantman entered the Art Students League in 1928, where he studied with Thomas Hart Benton and Jan Matulka. More»
DeMartini, the son of an Alabama fisherman, studied at the National Academy of Design with Ivan Olinsky and Leon Kroll. More»
Jay Hall Connaway (1893-1970). “Awaiting Survivors”. Oil on artist's board, 16" x 20", signed lower right.
1874 - 1938
Gouache, 7 ¾" x 9 ¼" sight size. Labels: Baltimore WCC, 1923; New York WCC.
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