ANIMALS/SPORTING

The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Saltgrass”

  O/C “Saltgrass” as enjoyed by Jonathan Livingston. 20th century coastal scene by talented but unknown Miami Cuban artist Andres Lucia. Despite the carefully executed realism of the grassy banks, Lucia has been able to incorporate some avant-garde Design from his Cuban roots into the swirling water. . Jonathan Livingston, mid century carved and painted Seagull , will remain perched […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Three Jewel

Antique affordable fine art for every installation… The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Three Jewels” Oil on masonite, signed and dated L/L “H.C. (Herman Charles) Beaver, 1980” (1908-2004).This “Jewel” of a small painting uses the brilliant colors and the Fauvistic overlay of paint for a stunning presentation. Kudos to Beaver! 19″ x 15″ in original period washed oak frame.We ship! $595.00.
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Ittero di Baltimora”

Any other Oriole fans out there? (Ittero di Baltimora). One of our favorite teams and one of our favorite birds. (Remember early Camden and the “Ice cold Icy ice”?). From the Www.TheDeadArtistsGallery.com warehouse of Affordable and Vintage Fine Art housed in Charleston. Oil on canvas, signed L/R “M.S. (Maurice S.) Williams, and inscribed/dated on verso “ One and two old […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents ” Where Eagles Soar”

O/Canvas Signed L/R “Hoevel” (Beverly) After popular American culture decried the rigorously theoretical art of the immediate post-War period, painters took it upon themselves to re-establish the technical and naturalistic styles which had been lost by moving art into an ultra-mimetic style known as photorealism. This excellent example shows how brushstrokes can be blended into perfectly divided rays of light, […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Wild Ponies, Assatague”

O/Canvas Signed L/R “J (Johnson) Holler” This charming depicition of two Assatague ponies was captured by Maryland artist Johnson Holler on a perfect summer afternoon. The adaptation of these wild horses to eat salty marsh grass demanded a very large water intake, responsible for the large bellies of the ponies.  13 in x 24.5 in, original wood frame, circa 1975 […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “A Mother’s Advice”

O/Canvas Signed and dated L/L “Band (Charles), ’03”  Band was a Midwestern naturalist painter of genre and will be remembered for his tender renditions of a mother’s love. The deep mahogany tones of this Rhode Island Red hen are complimented by the patina on this original frame. The chicks add a welcome splash of color and the width makes this […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Out of Reach?”

O/Canvas. Signed L/R  Florence Ezzell Stevenson (1894-1974) Born in Alabama, Stevenson trained at the Alabama Conservatory of Art and Music, and later at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts.  A magazine illustrator, she also was known for floral still-lifes; best known ones are in the “Art Moderne” style. Stevenson participated in many solo as well as joint exhibitions, was the […]
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