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
this very chic and stylish modern italian hand-wrought gilt-iron wall-mounted console table with openwork scrolled apron flanked by cascading double-supports; overall even patina to gilt surface; excellent vintage condition; matching mirror available; Pier Luigi Colli studied at the Paris École des Arts Décoratifs and returned to Italy in the 1920`s bringing with him the elegance of Parisian and Art Deco style; He partnered with such design notables as Gio Ponti, Giovanni Gariboldi, Carlo Mollino, Domenico Morelli, Gabetti and Isola
with upright upholstered back and seat supported on a chrome frame; excellent vintage condition; Millo Baughman (1923– 2003) was an American modern furniture designer. His American designs were forward-thinking and distinctive, yet unpretentious. He is most famous for his longtime collaboration with Thayer Coggin Inc., of High Point, NC, from 1953 until his death in 2003
Léon Danchin (1887-1938) was a French artist known for his drawings of animals, primarily sporting dogs. His works sold very well in France, Belgium, England and the United States; Later in his career Danchin moved to the French Flanders where he was an avid hunter. It was during this period that he drew many of the hunting scenes for which he is renowned; signed in pencil lower left and numbered 275/500; discoloration to paper; in as found condition with original frame; Copyright by La Gravure Française, 41 rue St. Georges, Paris 1935
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.