Works of Art

Polychrome Painted Panel Gilt Leather Screen

Fine George II Polychrome Four Panel Gilt Leather Screen, painted in oil on a stamped gilt ground, having figures and pavilions with a boat and flora and fauna in a watery landscape with a colorful floral border. English circa 1750

Height 72" Width 7'3" (87")
Each panel height 72" 21" 3/4

Edward Lintott

"Still Life with Pitcher and Fruit," oil on canvas by Edward Barnard Lintott, (British 1875-1951) Signed "Lintott" lower right.

Edward Barnard Lintott was born in London in 1875, studied art at the Academie Julian, Paris under Jean Paul Laurens and Benjamin Constant, and at the Ecole des Beaux Arts under M.E. Cuyer. He had one man exhibitions in several museums as well as with leading dealers in New York. His work is represented in 16 museums among them The Louvre, The British Museum, Tate Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, Ghent Museum, Belgium, The Metropolitan Museum and The Brooklyn Museum.

Painting: Height: 19 1/4" Width: 23 3/4"
Frame: Height:26 1/2" Width:30 1/4

Einar Hugo Olsen

"Still Life with Roses in a Porcelain Vase", Oil on canvas, by Einar Hugo Olsen, (Danish1876-1950), initialed with monogram and dated "E. 1933 O." lower right, in a carved and gilt wood frame. Olsen was born in Copenhagen and studied at the Kunstakademiet under F. Vermehren, Otto Bache, and Frants Henningsen, He is known for his impressionistic still lifes and landscapes.

Height: 29 1/2" Width: 25 1/2" Frame Height: 36 1/2" Width: 32 1/2"

large Early 18th century carved wood store figure

Extremely Rare & Exceptionally Fine Early 18th century Sculpted Wood Polychrome Store Figure of a Man in Period Costume, having a solid lead tricorn hat and wearing a red coat with blue waistcoat and a prominent white sash tied at the neck and a blue and white sash tied and held at his waist, wearing breeches and white stockings with black buckled shoes and supported on a solid cork two section base. English circa 1720

Height: 41" Width: 15" Depth: 13"

Provenance: Alastair Sampson Antiques, London, Grosvenor House Fair 1988, Illustrated in catalog color plate 121.

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