Minimalist modern gouache painting created by American female artist Martha Visser't Hooft. The artist created this work in 1976 and titled the piece "The Spirit of 76." Paper, 14"H x 7"L. Comes in an archival frame presentation. Hanging hardware is included.
An original oil on canvas by American female artist Harriet Holden Nash. Nash studied painting in New York in the middle of the 20th Century most notably at The Cooper Union School and with Willem De Koonig.
Mixed media work by Peter Max. Max created studies for his lithographic work in order to figure out the exact composition and colors. This is one such study. Peter Max hand-colored this important and rare lithograph titled "Red Sails" with colored pencil and graphite to arrive at his final composition for the full printing. Displayed in a wood frame.
An original contemporary Pop Art lithograph by American Artist Peter Max titled, "The Mime," featuring the classic figural work Max is most known and loved for. This piece was created at the height of Max's career and is a classic example of the elegant side of his creations.
An original acrylic on paper by American modernist Robert Noel Blair. Blair who collaborated on the creation of watercolor techniques with famed Charles Burchfield developed his own signature acrylic style in the late 1960's after traveling the American Southwest.
An original watercolor painting created in 1940 by American modernist Robert Noel Blair depicting a factory in Williamsville, NY. Blair collaborated with Charles Burchfield and traded painting techniques when the two taught together at The Buffalo Art Institute in the late 1930's.
Mid-Century Modern-style painting by American artist Julius Hubler. This abstract depiction of an interior scene is signed lower right by the artist and comes housed in a period frame that is likely original to the piece. Image size, 14"L x 7"H; overall, 21"L x 14"H.
An original antique American oil painting created in 1910 by John Rummell depicting a forest interior. The stunning composition is highlighted by vibrant colors a thick imposto and lively brush strokes.
Original mixed-media acrylic and pencil over lithograph study by American artist Peter Max. Max would use these studies to create the final piece for an eventual print run of 165, titled "Lady of Fashion."
An important early abstract landscape painting by New York artist Morris Shulman titled Red Trees. Born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912, abstract expressionist painter Morris Shulman studied at the National Academy of Design, Art Students League and Hans Hofmann School of Art in New York City.
An original acrylic on paper by American modenist Robert Noel Blair. Blair and Charles Burchfield collaborating and trading painting techniques when they met and taught together at the Buffalo Art Institute in the late 1930's.
Mid-Century Modern geometric abstract monotype print and collage by American artist Toma Tovanovich (1931-2016). Tovanovich's work is found in many public and private collections all over the world. Circa 1960. Displayed in a natural wood frame. Signed "Toma Yovanovich" lower right.
Description: Striking abstract on board utilizing fiery colors by Berlin artist Michael S. Keifers, circa 1980. Signed lower left. Archival plastic sleeve and Certificate of Authenticity included. Artwork, 6.75"L x 10"H.
Description: Exclusive to One Kings Lane: This bold and modern abstraction is printed on archival matte paper using aqueous ink, matted, and displayed under glass in a silver wood frame. This piece arrives ready to hang.
Description: Modernist-style abstract painting of a Ferris Wheel by Walter Nowatka (b.1945). Oil on canvas, circa 1986. Signed lower right, "W.N.". Displayed in a silverwood frame, hanging wire attached. Image size, 24"L x 24"H, overall 25.5"L x 25.5"H.