PORTRAITS

The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “The Metalworkers’ Bazaar”

Oil on canvas, laid down on cardboard, signed and dated lower left “W.B. Robertson, 1924.” William Robertson was a London-based illustrator known for his genre pieces depicting working class families of the previous century. This painting, found in London, shows such workmen buying and selling metal goods, probably on Cheapside. 23″ x 19″ in original gold frame, $495.
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The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “Surpris”

No more art on the apartment walls… in Paris, that is. Taking its place with the other two pieces by Arsene Ponsil we posted in March 2022 (“Le Danceur”) and December 2021 (“La Dans de la Muse”), this oil on hardboard completes the trilogy of romantic mysticism. Presented in wonderful aesthetic frame circa 1915, 26″ x 30″, $975
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The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “A Walk in the Park”

Tony Vevers (1926-2008) joins the post-modern movement with this Rubenesque female figure standing in a park-like garden setting painted in 1966. London born artist and art historian, Vevers emigrated from England during World War II to Yale University where he obtained his BFA in 1950, moving on to the Academia du Belle Arti and the Instituto d’Arte in Florence, Italy, […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Color, and the combinations”

Color, and the combinations thereof. For such things designers travel the globe. Here are two paintings covering pretty much the entire color spectrum by the Philadelphia Fauvist Anthony Ferrara(1930-2012). Oil on artist board, painted 1951–52 in his inimitable style. Young man Both $550 19 x 15 in original natural wood frame, and the young woman in 22 x 18 gold […]
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