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The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “Les Baux de Provence”

Perhaps the most beautiful part of France… Oil on hardboard circa 1940-50 in original bleached wood frame, 25″ x 34″, signed and inscribed lower right “E. (Ewald) Becker-Carus” (1902-1995). Recognized as a mid-century plein air impressionist, Becker-Carus painted with all the sensitivity and palate 80 years ago so much in demand again today. $975.
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The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “The Wreck of the Esperanza”

Oil on canvas signed and dated lower right “Jos. Relinger, Dec. 1891.” This Philadelphia genre artist (1852-1918) leaves very little evidence of his ability, and none of his training or background. However, his treatment of the crashing waves in this painting suggests a familiarity with the Japanese master of the wave-painters Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). The skill of linear perspective, using […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “River Boats”

Wonderful depiction of a moored houseboat and several skiffs on a peaceful river. Painted in 1980 by the mid-century Russian Federation Impressionist Leonty Filipovich Chaloi (1929-?) and signed/dated in Cyrillic on verso. Graduate of the Russian Academy of Art and Sculpture, he was the assistant director of the Combine of Fine Arts, Leningrad. His works are held in many museums […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Sunday Morning, Rockport”

“Sunday Morning, Rockport”. Oil on canvas, signed and dated L/R “Charles Stepule, ‘53”(1911-2006). Known for his coastal and harbor scenes, especially those of Gloucester and Rockport, Stepule was a long time resident of Hartford ,Connecticut. He studied at the Connecticut League of Art Students , the New York Art Student’s League ,and in various studios throughout England, France, Spain and […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Genoa”

O/CanvasEarly signed Italian dock scene, probably Genoa. The brilliance of the setting sun reflected through sails on a quietly moored boat is both peacerful as well as exciting! What more could any sailor wish? 16 x 14 in orignal bronzed frame circa 1920, packing shipping and insurance included. $395
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Coast at Gargano”

Taking a page, if not a lesson, from Henri Matisse(1869-1954), Attobelli decorated his canvas “Coast at Gargano” with pure colors, rejecting the nuances of Impressionists, and, more in favor of the Fauvists, expressed his spirit through color, abstract arabesques, flat dimensions and rhythm. He allows the viewer to infer the spiritual content of this delightful coastal scene based on his […]
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The Dead Artists Gallery presents “Ante Meridian”

Oil on canvas “Ante Meridian”, signed lower right “Bennett Schroeder Bradbury” (1914-1991) . Powerful midcentury view of the Pacific Ocean, probably Mendocino Beach area, Massachusetts born, Bradberry studied briefly at the Boston Museum of fine arts in 1929 and then joined the US Navy in 1931.Following the war, he settled in Laguna Beach and Honolulu where he developed a love […]
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