a serenely rendered still life depicting a lush table-scape with an exotic pineapple, symbolizing hospitality, resting on a metal tray all amid a large urn and wine glasses; good condition; illegibly signed and dated lower right; all within the original ebonized wooden frame with gold slip
painted overall in the impasto technique using heavy brushstrokes to reflect the light of the wide sandy beach with brightly colored umbrellas at the water's edge below a blue sky; excellent condition with new blue-gray wooden frame with orange slip and linen matte; a Chinese contemporary, Clifton is an impressionist plein-air artist whose work translates the ambience of light and atmosphere. He finds most of his scenes traveling throughout the United States and has been inspired by the masterworks of great artists such as Camille Pissaro and Alfred Sisley.
each depicting a tranquil meandering stream in wooded setting with large oaks in the foreground all set against rolling hills; signed lower right "J. T. Winslow"; excellent condition; professionally cleaned; new giltwood frames and fillets with linen mattes; possibly northern california scenes as J. T. Winslow spent time there during the 1960's
the serene tonal painting with its limited palette and harmonizing colors depicting an impressionistic, hilly wintry scene; excellent condition; new giltwood frame and fillet; Robb Beebe began his art training in 1910 at the Cleveland School of Art. Post-university studies led Beebe to the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1913, he began using the name Robb Beebe with its unusual spelling. In the 1930's, Beebe worked as an illustrator for the pulp magazine, All Story Love Tales while contributing to Women's World, Collier's and McCalls.
an accomplished California artist and a master at capturing the mood of the sea with her impasto technique, laying on thick layers with visible brush and painting- knife strokes as the sea almost comes off of the canvas; excellent condition; minor wear to frame; with old gallery label on the reverse; Kent once said "I feel I know the sea in most of its moods, but it will take years to get it all on canvas."
Land's End 2003 no. 6 - Watercolor On Paper By William Stanisich, San Francisco presented by epoca Land’s End Series – oil on canvas and watercolor on paper 2001 – 2018; a series of oil and watercolor paintings of Land’s End, San Francisco, CA; artist William Stanisich captures memories from boyhood to adulthood the “astonishing beauty” of the landscape of Land’s End ph. 415 864-6895
Land’s End Series – oil on canvas and watercolor on paper 2001 – 2018; a series of oil and watercolor paintings of Land’s End, San Francisco, CA; artist William Stanisich captures memories from boyhood to adulthood the “astonishing beauty” of the landscape of Land’s End with its wind whipped trees and branches and natural cathedrals, creating ‘magical spaces that are lit from above and glow from within, creating a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes”.
watercolor on paper by william stanisich "a few decades ago, the embarcadero became an unified urban esplanade with mature palms. i painted the highway with light darting through the palms and rain at night". William Stanisich born in 1947 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and raised in San Francisco, received his BA from Yale College (1969), attended courses at the San Francisco Art Institute (1964-5 and 1970), taught painting at the Urban School of San Francisco (1972-2001) and currently is a full-time painter here in San Francisco.