Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash

Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash
Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash
Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash
Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash

Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash
Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash. Up for sale is Canadian vintage 1940 original oil on board painting. This wonderful and atmospheric winter landscape created by well skilled and talented artist. It is signed from what I can make out “Bernice R Nash”. I’m listing it as a Folk Art piece since I wasn’t able to find the artist being listed in any databases, but it rather evident that the artist most likely had some formal training. The painting itself is measuring about 7 1/4 (18.5 cm) by 8 1/4 (21 cm), and the frame is measuring 9 1/2″ (24 cm) by 10 1/2″ (27 cm). This period piece of Canadiana would be a very sound investment, great addition to any collection or a fine decorative piece. Please note that most of the items we sell are vintage or antique, and therefore they have some imperfections due to age, wear, etc. Anything I consider significant I would mention in the description. Also please note that we deal in fine art, we are not a framing business. We examine carefully the paintings and report any issues detected, but the frames we get them in come along just as complementary, in as found or as is condition. We take great care in packing the items to make sure they arrive safely, and all of our items are fully insured. Canadian residents please add 5% GST or 12-15% HST where applicable. The item “Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash” is in sale since Saturday, August 25, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “artmarketspot” and is located in ON. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: Canada
  • Style: Country
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Medium: Oil
  • Signed?: Unsigned
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Year: 1940
  • Features: Framed
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Originality: Original

Canadian Folk Art Vintage 1940 Oil on Board Winter Landscape Signed Bernice Nash

IRISH TRAVELLER abstract/folk/outsider mixed media painting J. Swinton Canadian

IRISH TRAVELLER abstract/folk/outsider mixed media painting J. Swinton Canadian

IRISH TRAVELLER abstract/folk/outsider mixed media painting J. Swinton Canadian
Hi Folks, This listing is a placeholder just to let you know I’m alive and on holiday for the month of August. I’ll be back September 1st and will relist this item (plus others) starting at 1 cent. The item “IRISH TRAVELLER abstract/folk/outsider mixed media painting J. Swinton Canadian” is in sale since Monday, July 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “pieboy” and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Aprox. 8.5X11
  • Region of Origin: Canada
  • Artist: John Swinton
  • Style: My Own
  • Listed By: Artist
  • Painting Surface: Paper
  • Medium: Mixed Media
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Features: Signed
  • Subject: Abstract
  • Originality: Original

IRISH TRAVELLER abstract/folk/outsider mixed media painting J. Swinton Canadian

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Bottom right corner as (Maud lewis) and on reverse titled. White Daisy Flowers dated. C 1964 and signed Maud Lewis. Image appears to be canvas or paper stock board that is an oil that is glued onto a wood masonite board measures approx 8 1/8″ x 11 1/8″ Professionally gallery framed in glass and matted. Quebec collector, Kastel gallery. Cand Listed Maud Lewis Biography. Maud Lewis used bright colours in her paintings, and subjects were often of flowers, oxen teams, horses, birds, deer, or cats. Many of her paintings are of outdoor scenes, like Cape Island boats bobbing on the water, horses pulling sleigh, skaters, portraits of dogs, cats, deer, birds, and cows. Her paintings were inspired by childhood memories of the landscape and people around Yarmouth and South Ohio as well as Digby locations such as Point Farm and Bayview. Born in South Ohio, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Maud Lewis is renowned for her bright paintings of Maritime rural life. Having contracted polio, and suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Lewis left school at the age of 14 and lived a confined but happy life at home. Following the death of her parents, Lewis moved to Marshalltown, Digby County, Nova Scotia to live with her aunt. It was there that she met her future husband, Everett Lewis, a fish peddler. They married in 1938 and moved into his small cabin. Due to her small stature and her arthritis, Maud was unable to do housework. However, she helped with the household by creating cards and paintings for income. With his encouragement, Lewis began to produce more paintings. Her work grew in popularity, and buyers began to come directly to her home to acquire her paintings. Maud Lewis would often paint similar paintings in one session each varying slightly different than the last. She often painted multiple same paintings due to the velocity of paint drying fast and would re paint same image until she felt it was perfect. Due to her arthritis and age often her works came out childish and sloppy so she would re-due them over again. She would often paint on local reused material from her area including drift wood sea shells and various wood booards and paper. Often she would then glue the paper works or canvas to a board to have framed hung to sell to tourists. Only in the last three or four years of Lewis’ life did her paintings begin to sell for seven to ten dollars. She achieved national attention as a result of an article in the Toronto-based Star Weekly in 1964, and in 1965, she was featured on CBC-TV’s. Two of Lewis’ paintings were ordered by the White House in the 1970s during Richard Nixons’s presidency. Unfortunately, her arthritis deprived her from completing many of the orders that resulted from the national exposure. Lewis passed away at the Digby General Hospital at the age of 67 in 1970. She has become one of Canadas most well-known and endearing folk artists. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has a large collection of her paintings, and installed her original house in the gallery as part of a permanent exhibition of her work. In 2016, a film was released on her life entitled Maudie. Heffel’s Top Results. Please note that most of the items we sell are vintage or antique, and therefore they have some imperfections due to age, wear, etc. Anything I consider significant I would mention in the description. We list all our items as is as found the we got them. W e do not guarantee authenticity or suppl y a COA. Also note that we deal in fine art, not a framing business. We examine carefully the paintings and report any issues detected but the frames we sell as complementary in as found as is condition. We are not responsible if you open up an item and damage it yourself. The item “Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia” is in sale since Friday, January 26, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “8ca0638″ and is located in Ottawa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Artist: signed Maud lewis
  • Painting Surface: paper/canvas glued on wood board? see photo
  • Features: Framed
  • Year: dated on back 1964 and signed maud lewis
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Width (Inches): approx 11 1/8″
  • Height (Inches): approx 8 1/8″
  • Style: Folk Art impressionism
  • Subject: folk art still life
  • Medium: oil
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Size: Small (up to 12in.)

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia
Bottom left corner and on reverse titled. Purple Irises Flowers dated. Image oil on wood masonite board measures approx 8 1/8″ x 11″ gallery framed in glass and matted. Quebec collector, Kastel gallery. Maud Lewis Biography (1903 – 1970). Born in South Ohio, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Maud Lewis is renowned for her bright paintings of Maritime rural life. Having contracted polio, and suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Lewis left school at the age of 14 and lived a confined but happy life at home. Following the death of her parents, Lewis moved to Marshalltown, Digby County, Nova Scotia to live with her aunt. It was there that she met her future husband, Everett Lewis, a fish peddler. They married in 1938 and moved into his small cabin. Due to her small stature and her arthritis, Maud was unable to do housework. However, she helped with the household by creating cards and paintings for income. With his encouragement, Lewis began to produce more paintings. Her work grew in popularity, and buyers began to come directly to her home to acquire her paintings. Despite her lack of formal training, Lewiss depictions of rural life, animals and landscapes, drawn from her everyday experiences, had an irresistible charm and vitality. She often used oil paints straight from the tube and rarely mixed her pigments, and her colourful work expressed the essence of Maritime life. Her work gained popularity to the point that she was featured in numerous newspapers, such as the Moncton Times, the Atlantic Advocate and the Star Weekly, and she also starred in a CBC-TV Telescope program in 1965. In 1967, her work was shown at the Centennial Exhibition of Primitive Art in New Brunswick at Beaverbrook House, St. Prominent collectors of her work include R. Stanfield, the former premier of Nova Scotia and Richard Nixon, the former President of the United States. Her paintings still hang in the White House and the Legislative Building of Nova Scotia. Lewis passed away at the Digby General Hospital at the age of 67 in 1970. She has become one of Canadas most well-known and endearing folk artists. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has a large collection of her paintings, and installed her original house in the gallery as part of a permanent exhibition of her work. In 2016, a film was released on her life entitled Maudie. Heffel’s Top Results. Please note that most of the items we sell are vintage or antique, and therefore they have some imperfections due to age, wear, etc. Anything I consider significant I would mention in the description. Also note that we deal in fine art, not a framing business. We examine carefully the paintings and report any issues detected but the frames we sell as complementary in as found as is condition. We are not responsible if you open up an item and damage it yourself. The item “Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia” is in sale since Saturday, January 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “8ca0638″ and is located in Ottawa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Style: Folk Art impressionism
  • Subject: floral landscape
  • Size: Small (up to 12in.)
  • Width (Inches): 11″
  • Height (Inches): 8 1/8″
  • Painting Surface: oil on masonite board
  • Region of Origin: Canada Nova Scotia
  • Features: Framed
  • Artist: Maud Lewis
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Year: Dated on back 1964 and on gallery label
  • Medium: oil

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903-1970 Nova Scotia

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Bottom left corner and on reverse titled. Purple Irises Flowers dated. Image paper glued on board measures approx 8 1/8″ x 11″ gallery framed. Maud Lewis Biography (1903 – 1970). Born in South Ohio, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Maud Lewis is renowned for her bright paintings of Maritime rural life. Having contracted polio, and suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Lewis left school at the age of 14 and lived a confined but happy life at home. Following the death of her parents, Lewis moved to Marshalltown, Digby County, Nova Scotia to live with her aunt. It was there that she met her future husband, Everett Lewis, a fish peddler. They married in 1938 and moved into his small cabin. Due to her small stature and her arthritis, Maud was unable to do housework. However, she helped with the household by creating cards and paintings for income. With his encouragement, Lewis began to produce more paintings. Her work grew in popularity, and buyers began to come directly to her home to acquire her paintings. Despite her lack of formal training, Lewiss depictions of rural life, animals and landscapes, drawn from her everyday experiences, had an irresistible charm and vitality. She often used oil paints straight from the tube and rarely mixed her pigments, and her colourful work expressed the essence of Maritime life. Her work gained popularity to the point that she was featured in numerous newspapers, such as the Moncton Times, the Atlantic Advocate and the Star Weekly, and she also starred in a CBC-TV Telescope program in 1965. In 1967, her work was shown at the Centennial Exhibition of Primitive Art in New Brunswick at Beaverbrook House, St. Prominent collectors of her work include R. Stanfield, the former premier of Nova Scotia and Richard Nixon, the former President of the United States. Her paintings still hang in the White House and the Legislative Building of Nova Scotia. Lewis passed away at the Digby General Hospital at the age of 67 in 1970. She has become one of Canadas most well-known and endearing folk artists. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has a large collection of her paintings, and installed her original house in the gallery as part of a permanent exhibition of her work. In 2016, a film was released on her life entitled Maudie. Heffel’s Top Results. Please note that most of the items we sell are vintage or antique, and therefore they have some imperfections due to age, wear, etc. Anything I consider significant I would mention in the description. Also note that we deal in fine art, not a framing business. We examine carefully the paintings and report any issues detected but the frames we sell as complementary in as found as is condition. We are not responsible if you open up an item and damage it yourself. The item “Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970″ is in sale since Sunday, January 07, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “8ca0638″ and is located in Ottawa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Small (up to 12in.)
  • Height (Inches): 8 1/8
  • Subject: floral Landscapes
  • Style: Folk Art impressionism
  • Medium: Oil
  • Width (Inches): 11
  • Features: Framed
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Artist: Maud Lewis
  • Painting Surface: appears to be paper glued onto masonite board
  • Region of Origin: Canada
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work

Canadian listed oil impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970

Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970

Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970

Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970
Bottom right corner and on reverse titled : “Garden Flowers” dated. Image paper glued on board measures approx 13 1/4″ x 15 1/2″ gallery framed. Galerie D’Art Michel Bigue. Born in South Ohio, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Maud Lewis is renowned for her bright paintings of Maritime rural life. Having contracted polio, and suffering from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Lewis left school at the age of 14 and lived a confined but happy life at home. Following the death of her parents, Lewis moved to Marshalltown, Digby County, Nova Scotia to live with her aunt. It was there that she met her future husband, Everett Lewis, a fish peddler. They married in 1938 and moved into his small cabin. Due to her small stature and her arthritis, Maud was unable to do housework. However, she helped with the household by creating cards and paintings for income. With his encouragement, Lewis began to produce more paintings. Her work grew in popularity, and buyers began to come directly to her home to acquire her paintings. Despite her lack of formal training, Lewiss depictions of rural life, animals and landscapes, drawn from her everyday experiences, had an irresistible charm and vitality. She often used oil paints straight from the tube and rarely mixed her pigments, and her colourful work expressed the essence of Maritime life. Her work gained popularity to the point that she was featured in numerous newspapers, such as the Moncton Times, the Atlantic Advocate and the Star Weekly, and she also starred in a CBC-TV Telescope program in 1965. In 1967, her work was shown at the Centennial Exhibition of Primitive Art in New Brunswick at Beaverbrook House, St. Prominent collectors of her work include R. Stanfield, the former premier of Nova Scotia and Richard Nixon, the former President of the United States. Her paintings still hang in the White House and the Legislative Building of Nova Scotia. Lewis passed away at the Digby General Hospital at the age of 67 in 1970. She has become one of Canadas most well-known and endearing folk artists. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has a large collection of her paintings, and installed her original house in the gallery as part of a permanent exhibition of her work. In 2016, a film was released on her life entitled Maudie. The painting was wonderfully executed and is a great example of Canadian impressionism believed to be by Maud Lewis. The painting image itself measures approx 13 1/4″ x 15 1/2″ and it is signed bottom right corner and believed to be by the artist Hortense Gordon. It has been professionally cleaned, varnished. Painting is an old oil on canvas laid on masonite board. It is unknown if this was from the size the artist directly the way she painted on or if it was cut and resized from a elector/ gallery. Comes not framed , Please see photos for more details. Heffel’s Top Results. Please note that most of the items we sell are vintage or antique, and therefore they have some imperfections due to age, wear, etc. Anything I consider significant I would mention in the description. Also note that we deal in fine art, not a framing business. We examine carefully the paintings and report any issues detected but the frames we sell as complementary in as found as is condition. We are not responsible if you open up an item and damage it yourself. The item “Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970″ is in sale since Friday, December 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “8ca0638″ and is located in Ottawa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Features: Framed
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Width (Inches): 15 1/2
  • Height (Inches): 13 1/4
  • Painting Surface: Paper
  • Style: Impressionism
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Medium: mixed medium watercolour/ Pastel?
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Originality: unknown
  • Artist: Maud Lewis
  • Year: C. 1964

Canadian listed impressionism folk art rare Maud Lewis 1903 1970

GOLDILOCKS original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian

GOLDILOCKS original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian

GOLDILOCKS original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian
Friends – This listing is sort of a forget-me-not marker while I’m away on holiday. If you want it at this price I’ll come home and sell it. Mixed media painting on acid-free paper. Over all dimensions aprox. (Might look smart floated in a 16X20 frame) It is signed on the front. To see my other auctions and links here on m e. I don’t have corporate or institutional ambitions. I use recycled materials where possible and try to make durable pieces rather than consumer items. The work is drawn from my roots (anglo saxon /celtic-canadian), interests (mythology, folk-lore, traditional craft), and whims? What appeals to me is genuine emotion from any source. Welcome, primitive visionary, raw kitsch, naive brut and unschooled anonymous. I’m an outsider to the academic, insider to the cosmic joke. There is a place with me for the sentimental, the decorative and the humorous. The item “GOLDILOCKS original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian” is in sale since Monday, July 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “pieboy” and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Artist
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Medium: Mixed Media
  • Subject: Abstract
  • Style: My Own
  • Size: Aprox. 8.5X11
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Painting Surface: Paper
  • Region of Origin: Canada
  • Artist: John Swinton
  • Originality: Original
  • Features: Signed

GOLDILOCKS original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian

SUNSET original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian no reserve

SUNSET original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian no reserve

SUNSET original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian no reserve
Mixed media painting on acid-free paper. Over all dimensions aprox. (Might look smart floated in a 16X20 frame) It is signed on the front. To see my other auctions and links here on m e. I don’t have corporate or institutional ambitions. I use recycled materials where possible and try to make durable pieces rather than consumer items. The work is drawn from my roots (anglo saxon /celtic-canadian), interests (mythology, folk-lore, traditional craft), and whims? What appeals to me is genuine emotion from any source. Welcome, primitive visionary, raw kitsch, naive brut and unschooled anonymous. I’m an outsider to the academic, insider to the cosmic joke. There is a place with me for the sentimental, the decorative and the humorous. The item “SUNSET original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian no reserve” is in sale since Tuesday, January 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Direct from the Artist\Paintings”. The seller is “pieboy” and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Artist
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Medium: Mixed Media
  • Subject: Abstract
  • Style: My Own
  • Size: Aprox. 8.5X11
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Painting Surface: Paper
  • Region of Origin: Canada
  • Artist: John Swinton

SUNSET original abstract/folk/outsider painting J. Swinton Canadian no reserve