An original Oil painting of waves crashing on rocks & reflections in water.
Although There is no apparent signature there is an inscription on the back
It is a plein air work in the style of J. S. Sargent. Any further information on this artist would be greatly appreciated.
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A 130+ year old treasure: useable antique watercolor paint survives in this Rowney artists watercolor paint box made in London 1862- 1881 with one of the most colorful late Victorian labels More information: Victorian Rowney Paint Box 1862-1881
An historical treasure box -some unused paint survives in this early Victorian watercolor set in a fine Mahogany box By Winsor & Newton 1841-1857 The label has Queen Victoria’s warrant (guarantee of quality) This was made in the early years of her marriage to Prince Albert. More info Winsor Newton Watercolor Boxed Set c.1841-1857
180+ year old time capsule: a rare copy of a Reeves & Sons Art Materials from around 1830 with color illustration. One of a few known to exist. More info at Early c.1830 Reeves & Sons Catalogue with color
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John James Audubon had a watercolor paint box very similar to one shown & with the identical label inside the cover this American Made Artists watercolor paint box by George C. Osborne 1830- 1840 see more at whimsie. com Paint boxes of Famous People
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Unused drawing paper from Alexander Calder’s studio in 1952. It took at least three people to Hand Make each huge “Double Elephant” sheet in the J.Whatman paper mill. Quire label above watermarks below, Details at whimsie com. VINTAGE PAPERS
Early American Made watercolor blocks by Osborne and A.P. Homer of Philadelphia 1830-1850, More information on source site: