One Kings Lane

Press Enter
Register Later


Unique furniture, decor, and more
up to 70% off

Save what you love.

Sign up to save your favorite products and
access them anytime, anyplace.

One more detail

And you can start shopping

Forgot Your Password?

Please enter your email address below and we will send you an email to confirm your password.

Forgot Your Password?

Thank you. If a matching email exists we will send you an email in a few minutes with instructions on how to reset your password.

Don't forget to check your spam folder if you cannot find the email. For further assistance please contact us at

Click anywhere on the image to zoom. Click and drag the image to pan.

@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925

McNaught Fine Art

This item is no longer available.
Shop Today’s Events
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925
@1d/Seascape by Victor Quistorff, 1925

Shipping & Returns

Product Information

Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; age-toning, edge-rubbing
Country of Origin:
oil on stretched canvas/wood stretcher
28" L x 1" W x 31" H

Why We Love This

A substantial, early-20th-century Post-Impressionist oil seascape of an old fishing boat moored to a wooden jetty against a lyrical and light-suffused expanse of ocean and sky. Signed lower right "Qvistorff" for Victor Hugo Qvistorff (Danish, 1882-1953), a listed artist and painted circa 1925. Qvistorff exhibited widely and with success and is known particularly for his jewel-like marine paintings created with a delicate palette in a loose and painterly style. Unframed.
As described by McNaught Fine Art

About McNaught Fine Art

A 1986 graduate of Christie's Fine Arts of London, I headed the fine art department of a West Coast auction house before opening my own gallery. Each painting I represent is selected with care. I believe fine art to be an integral part of life, illuminating both our vision and our values for our children. As time passes, our paintings become heirlooms, enriched with our shared memories. Many things come and go. Art abides. - Anthony McNaught