Ivory Prints

    Antique Indian Pigment Painting - FEA Home Art - green/multi; mat, ivory

    More Details Antique Indian pigment painting. Painting: 12"L x 8"H. Age wear, creases, laid onto matting.

    French Porcelain Teapot Print - Vermilion Designs - pink/white/multi; mat, ivory; frame, gold

    More Details Vintage print of an antique watercolor painting of French porcelain teapots by Nicole Favresse. Signed "Nicole Favresse" on the lower right corner. Displayed in a giltwood frame under glass.

    19th-C. French Shorebird Engraving - Prints with a Past - artwork: ivory/black; mat, beige with gold lining

    More Details Original hand-colored engraving from a 1880s French natural history folio of mammals, birds, scientific methods, and geography. The shorebirds shown include the Avocet, Skimmer, and Darter. Based on an illustration by Edouard Travies (1809-1865), one of the best known French natural history artists of the first half of the 1800s. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 5.5"L x 9"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information. ...

    Dorothy Neal - Framed Floral Oil Painting Art - yellow/rose/salmon/ivory/brown/multi

    More Details Midcentury floral abstract oil painting on artist board displayed in wood frame. Signed by the artist "Dorthory Neal" lower left corner. Dorothy C. Neal is a listed artist painter known for her colorful landscapes, abstract florals, and portraits. Dorothy was active/lived in California, Illinois and Minnesota. She studied at the Chicago Art Institute under the supervision and tutelage of Forsberg in life studies. Hanging wire included. Painting, light/minor scuffs; frame, light/minor scuffs.

    Napa by Dan Griffin - C.1970 - Acquisitions Gallerie Art - purple/gray/ivory; frame, black

    More Details Abstract Expressionist oil on canvas painting, circa 1970. Signed lower left "Dan Griffin, Napa." Displayed in the original minimalist black wood frame.

    19th-C. Songbirds Among Magnolia - McNaught Fine Art Art - black/ivory/multi; frame, gold

    More Details A late-19th-century Chinese School gouache scroll painting fragment showing a pair of songbirds in jade green and coral flying among magnolia blossoms and dramatically contrasted against a charcoal background. Displayed in a period,carved gilt-wood frame. Frame: 14''L x 2"D x 16.25"H. Very Good: painting: minor losses; frame: minor losses

    Antique Chinese Painting - FEA Home Art - ivory/green/multi

    More Details Antique Chinese painting on cloth. Creases, minor stains.

    Map of South America - 1824 - Prints with a Past - ivory/multi

    More Details Original hand-colored map of South America from Smith's General Atlas published in England in the 1820s. The atlas was described as "containing Distinct Maps of all Principal Empires, Kingdoms, and States throughout the World." Includes a certificate with additional information.

    Japanese Woodblock Print - C. 1920 - The Emporium Ltd. - ivory/blue/green/red/multi; frame, gold

    More Details 1920s Hiroshige woodblock print titled "Tokaido Stations." Rich colors portray travelers on a tree-lined road, on horse and on foot. Matted and displayed in a carved giltwood frame.

    Bluebird & Grapes - C. 1925 - McNaught Fine Art Art

    More Details A substantial gouache on silk painting of a bluebird delicately perched beside a grapevine and contrasted against an ivory and parchment background. An atmospheric work painted in a gestural and calligraphic style, circa 1925. Signed upper left in Chinese characters and with the artist's chop mark stamped in red. Displayed in an ivory painted wood frame. Frame: 37.25''L x 2.5"D x 19.75"H. Scuffs, losses, and age toning.

    One Kings Lane - Tropical Fan Art

    More Details This tropical work is printed on deckled matte paper, floated over an ivory mat, and displayed in a distressed silver leaf frame. Arrives ready to hang.

    Red & White Roses by Catherine Jackson - McNaught Fine Art Art

    More Details Post-Impressionist-style oil painting of roses informally arranged and contrasted against a mottled background of parchment and ivory. Signed lower right "C. Jackson" for Catherine Jackson (American, 1899-1999) and painted circa 1965. Jackson studied with Nicolai Fechin and Theodore Lukits and was a sketching partner of Edgar Payne. She exhibited widely including at the California Art Club and the Santa Monica Art Association. Unframed. Minor edge rubbing.