AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823

AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823

AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823
G allery C lub. American Folk Art of the early 19th Century. Oil on canvas depicting. Horse hunter and his dogs in a landscape. Signed and dated 1823. Size painting : 17.91 x 21.65 in. State of conservation : some lack of pictorial layers noticeably a small horizontal stripe. Small lack of pictorial layers on middle left, see photos. Provenance : private collection, Paris, France. We failed to identify the signature that starts with de t… Welcome to G allery C lub. We are specialized in the trade of old paintings from the 16th to the 20th Century coming mainly from the French market. We only select authentic paintings that we like. Good visit in the Gallery. The item “AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823″ is in sale since Wednesday, April 17, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “galerieclub” and is located in Tassin la Demi Lune. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Artist: English school
  • Style: Folk Art
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Painting Surface: Canvas
  • Medium: Oil
  • Date of Creation: 1800-1899
  • Year: 1823
  • Features: canvas laid on canvas
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Subject: Hunting
  • Originality: Original

AMERICAN FOLK ART antique oil painting 19thC Horse hunter Hunting Signed c1823

Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art

Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art

Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art
The framed image illustrates how it should be floated in a frame with a mat backing exposing all edges of the art. Original Art By Listed (Askart) Georgia Artist Steven Chandler. Signed: Chandler’18, also signed/ titled on back. Medium: Artist paint, Original Permanent Homemade Georgia Red Mud Paint on matboard. Size: 9 x 12 inches (roughly). Provenance: Painting will include an artist personalized receipt. I did this one this past summer, it was hot. I used my Dad’s old. 357 six shooter as a model for this one. I also like Jewish Folk Art, Russian , Mexican and well Folk Art made by many ethnicity’s and cultures. My figures are generally race free though, just because they might be dark, doesn’t mean anything to me other than a shade of light, shady figures, race-free.. I think there is a big difference between a racist conversation and a racial conversation. People used to message me before I started posting photos of myself, wondering what color I was. They never asked outright, but they beat around the bush, ridiculous.. One time somebody asked me if I was the “Real Steven Chandler” I told them I sure hope so, I’m wearing his underwear. To many, it seemed who I was, was more important than the image they were interested in. I have found over the years that many look at the artist before they look at the art. Do they look at the chef, before they eat the food? The author before reading the book? The director before the movie? I started catching snakes around six or seven years old. I read every book I could on them. I wanted to be a herpetologist. Sometime back then I went deaf for a while and drew pictures obsessively, nobody knew I was nearly deaf, they thought I was just not listening. Also back then if you drew obsessively, there must have been something wrong with you, so I couldn’t even be an artist, I had to get tested for autism and everything else. Because I couldn’t hear, I fell behind in math and other studies that you need to go into herpetology. Again, though, nobody knew I was nearly deaf, so I got yelled at for not listening and drawing all the time and running around chasing after rattlesnakes. Now days I would have been hailed as some child prodigy or something, but no, not in the 1970’s, back then you were just crazy. So I grew up making art and catching snakes. I went on to go to college and earned a degree in art. They told me in college I was primitive and could not teach me much, I already was there. So I get a degree, but was to primal for the hoity toity contemporary art world and too educated for the self-taught folk outsider whatever world-I just couldn’t win… The hell with them all, I made my own damn art world. This is my last painting of 2018. There is roughly 4000 of my works out there in the world now. I live in rural Georgia. Georgia Red Mud Painter Blog. The item “Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art” is in sale since Sunday, January 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “georgia_red_mud_painter” and is located in Elberton, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, Canada, Japan.
  • Fine Art: Fine Art
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Subject: Figures
  • Originality: Original
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Georgia: Georgia
  • Pop Art: Pop Art
  • Contemporary Art: Contemporary Art
  • snakes: snakes
  • serpent: serpent
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Features: Signed

Rattlesnake Hunter Original Georgia Red Mud Modern Black Folk Outsider Pop Art

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting of Figures in Landscape. This charming painting in Oil on canvas board was painted by the important Louisiana Folk Artist Clementine Hunter. It has several figures that appear in other subjects by Hunter, including at lower left an adult seated in a chair reaching toward a child, the floating figures in the center that resemble those found in her paintings Saturday Night at the Honky Tonk, and a large standing figure of a woman at right. Pencil underdrawing can be seen in several areas of the painting. Hunter’s signature monogram is at lower center right (see photo 8; monogram is a backwards “C” over “H” in dark brown paint). The painting measures approximately. There is a slight warp to the canvas board but with proper framing this would be addressed. Other than this, the painting is in very good condition. Clementine Hunter to current Owner. Hunter was born in December. Near Natchitoches, Louisiana, on Hidden Hill Plantation (later known as Little Eva Plantation). When she was young, her father moved the family away from the harsh environment of Hidden Hill (the plantation that was allegedly the basis for Harriet Beecher Stowes Uncle Toms Cabin) to the more hospitable Melrose Plantation. She lived there most of her life, moving down the road only a few years before her death at. She made her first painting at age. Encouraged by writer and Melrose resident Francoise Mignon. She used canvas when available, or utilitarian surfaces such as cardboard, window shades, bottles, and brown paper bags. Although illiterate, her paintings are based on her observations of life in and around Melrose. Hunter, an African-American woman, is considered one of the most important American folk artists, and her work can be found in collections including the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Folk Art in New York City, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the High Museum in Atlanta, and numerous private collections. The item “Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed” is in sale since Friday, September 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art”. The seller is “glenn2620″ and is located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30in.)
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed

Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24×40 Listed Folk Art

Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art

Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art
Get Vendio Gallery – Now FREE! AN ORIGINAL PAINTING BY WELL LISTED ARTIST ANTONIO ROMANO (1953-). OUTDOOR SCENE OF A BEAR HUNTER TITLED – ” THE RIGH OF WAY “. LARGE SIGNED & FRAMED FOLK ART PAINTING – LISTED NJ ARTIST – COMES WITH C. This piece , titled “The Righ Of Way”, depicts a man encountering a large bear. The figure app ears to be a hunter and is walking along the edge of a cliff with his gun, with a bear waiting for him right around the corner. In the background you can see mountain tops and the bright blue sky, adding some nice color to the piece. This painting was done with great attention to detail, and is by far a top quality piece from Romano. Overall this is a great piece of folk art that really stands out when displayed. Romano prefers to use repurpo sed materials & frames to give his paintings a distinct vintage style as shown. This painting consists of watercolor , gouache & ink on board (heavy paper board). It comes to you signed & titled by the artist in a nice wood frame , ready for display. Please see below for more detailed information on the artist, size and condition of this great painting… I have a collection of Antonio Romano’s artwork available for sa le, so please see my auctions for other great pieces! Signed Lower Left – A. Romano ” Titled Lower Left – ” The Righ Of Way. Measurements – 2 8 1 /4 ” x 44 1 /4 ” Framed Appx. 2 4 ” x 40 ” Painting Only. Medium – Watercolor , Gouache & Ink On Board. Painting is in very good, as found condition. Romano prefers to use repurposed materials for his paintings, so the board may show some light intended wear as highlighted. This includes a few light scratches, and also an area lower left where Romano painted o ver some imperfections in the board. All intended by the artist, and part of his distinctive style. Great piece of folk art from a well known artist. Unique style, very well executed scene. Wood frame has some light wear as shown (nicks, scratches) , but this is how th e artist intended it. He starts each painting by cho osing an old vintage frame first. Please Feel Free To Send In Your Best Offers. This is done to prevent fraud on both sides. ANTONIO ROMANO (1953 -). Biography from New Jersey Gallery. Antonio Romano was born in Italy in 1953. His teachers in Italy included Luigi Fali, a student of Pietra Annagoni (portrait painter of Queen Elizabeth). He attended the School of Visual Arts in New York and worked under James Moriarty. Romano has developed a distinctive style combining modernism and folk art, which he calls “e-scribble”. It is a style with elements of surrealism and one he developed within the last few years, well after first visiting the USA in 1966 with several trips every other year or so back to Italy before remaining here. E-scribble derived from childhood memories and symbols from Central Italy. The inspiration came from the exposure to design features of wool tapestries made on family looms, which wove their influence into his’mindscape’ as an almost metaphysical, melancholy backdrop to his art. The influence of Giorgio De Chirico, the Italian Futurists , and Paul Delvaux and Rene Magritte is acknowledged, but Romano has assimilated their influence and gone his own way with the goal of creating provocative paintings carefully and skillfully conceived, designed and executed. One of his paintings, entitled Tesla , for the great scientist and electrical engineer, demonstrates elements of a prototypical Antonio Romano painting— balance and subject matter of timelessness. For some viewers, it is difficult to determine if a work was done a week ago or one-hundred years ago. Romano often uses found/used material on which to paint, using old paper or cardboard as part of the history of the painting. His frames are often used and old, and he considers them to be an integral part of the artwork. He often writes a few words, a saying of his own, poetry if you will, to add to the painting’s meaning and/or mystery. The delicate looping e is a design backdrop intended to add dimension and a temporal and enigmatic quality. There are objects that may be interpreted in different ways, and the viewer, of course, ultimately decides on their meanings and the satisfaction derived from viewing the artwork. Romano has taught fresco painting, and one of his fresco panels was bought by art dealer, Leo Castelli. The New Yorker magazine in 1989 featured him and his fresco work in an article. The artist Albert Pels was a friend and collector of his work. He has done frescoes for the St Mary’s Cathedral in Albany and Our Lady of Pompeii in Greenwich Village. Keywords and Quick Facts for. Murals: Fresco, Mixed Media, Mosaic and/or Paint. Found Objects, Junk, Recycled Materials. Words, Text, Calligraphy, Letters. School of Visual Arts, New York, Student. Art Educator: Teaching, Lectures, Workshops, Writing. The item “Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24×40 Listed Folk Art” is in sale since Friday, March 10, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “easthamemporium” and is located in Eastham, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Medium: Watercolor, Gouache & Ink
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Style: Folk Art
  • Subject: Figures & Portraits
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Large (Greater than 30in.)
  • Artist: Antonio Romano
  • Framed/Unframed: Framed

Antonio Romano Signed & Framed Painting Bear Hunter 24x40 Listed Folk Art

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE
This is an extremely valuable and authentic folk art painting. By Clementine Hunter (pronounced clem-en-teen). Of Louisiana titled Black Jesus on the Cross Attended by Angels, was. Painted in the 1960’s-’70’s. And measures from inside the frame approximately. 15 1/2 inches wide by 19 1/2 inches high and has been recently framed. This stark and controversial image is. Clementine Hunter’s most sought after art. Jesus as a crucified slave in the South. Clementine Hunter was born in the 1880’s on a. The direct descendant of a slave. Clementine started painting when she was in her fifties. According to a New York Times article. “Looking for Clementine Hunters Louisiana”. By Jennifer Moses on June 14, 2013, the prices for. The larger pieces at the Outsider Art Fair in. Work has commanded prices many times higher. Clementine’s christian faith was seen through. The eyes of a girl who grew up around former. Slaves in the 1880’s and after. The painting it is remarkable that her Christ figure. Has both hands having been cut off, yet the only. Blood stems from the crucifixion nail wounds in his wrists- NOT from his missing hands. That this is because as a girl she must have seen. Former slaves with their hands cut off due to. Having been punished for stealing. The painting also has huge zinnias on either. Side of the cross since they were her favorite. The angels have their hair standing. Straight up because, as Mrs. A curious observer, “they’re flying”. We have sent detailed photos to. Cowan Auctions since Wes Cowan of the. Antiques Roadshow has professionally. Appraised her work on AS. Authentic, by her hand, and that the abrasions. On the flowers actually help the authenticity. By showing her pencilling of the flower. Underneath the paint shown in detail in. It is also her. Her paintings of Black Jesus on the Cross. Are some of the most sought after folk art. Paintings in America with one regional folk. Art museum declaring that her Black Jesus. On the Cross is the “apex” of their collection. Condition- the painting has some mild paint. Abrasions and some very light soiling, but is. Overall very nice and strikingly vivid. The painting as is. Securely and professionally packed. The item “Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE” is in sale since Monday, April 03, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Folk Art & Primitives”. The seller is “booksandcollectibles” and is located in La Porte, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: on board
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Artist: Clementine Hunter
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30in.)

Signed, Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Folk Art Painting, Louisiana, SLAVE

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed
Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting of Figures in Landscape. This charming painting in Oil on canvas board was painted by the important Louisiana Folk Artist Clementine Hunter. It has several figures that appear in other subjects by Hunter, including at lower left an adult seated in a chair reaching toward a child, the floating figures in the center that resemble those found in her paintings Saturday Night at the Honky Tonk, and a large standing figure of a woman at right. Pencil underdrawing can be seen in several areas of the painting. Hunter’s signature monogram is at lower center right (see photo 8; monogram is a backwards “C” over “H” in dark brown paint). The painting measures approximately. There is a slight warp to the canvas board but with proper framing this would be addressed. Other than this, the painting is in very good condition. Clementine Hunter to current Owner. Hunter was born in December. Near Natchitoches, Louisiana, on Hidden Hill Plantation (later known as Little Eva Plantation). When she was young, her father moved the family away from the harsh environment of Hidden Hill (the plantation that was allegedly the basis for Harriet Beecher Stowes Uncle Toms Cabin) to the more hospitable Melrose Plantation. She lived there most of her life, moving down the road only a few years before her death at. She made her first painting at age. Encouraged by writer and Melrose resident Francoise Mignon. She used canvas when available, or utilitarian surfaces such as cardboard, window shades, bottles, and brown paper bags. Although illiterate, her paintings are based on her observations of life in and around Melrose. Hunter, an African-American woman, is considered one of the most important American folk artists, and her work can be found in collections including the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Folk Art in New York City, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the High Museum in Atlanta, and numerous private collections. The item “Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed” is in sale since Friday, March 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Folk Art & Primitives”. The seller is “glenn2620″ and is located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30in.)
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989

Clementine Hunter Signed Folk Art Painting Figures Landscape 15.75Hx20W unframed

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE
This is an extremely valuable and authentic folk art painting. By Clementine Hunter (pronounced clem-en-teen). Of Louisiana titled Black Jesus on the Cross Attended by Angels, was. Painted in the 1960’s-’70’s. And measures from inside the frame approximately. 15 1/2 inches wide by 19 1/2 inches high and has been recently framed. This stark and controversial image is. Clementine Hunter’s most sought after art. Jesus as a crucified slave in the South. Clementine Hunter was born in the 1880’s on a. The direct descendant of a slave. Clementine started painting when she was in her fifties. According to a New York Times article. “Looking for Clementine Hunters Louisiana”. By Jennifer Moses on June 14, 2013, the prices for. The larger pieces at the Outsider Art Fair in. Work has commanded prices many times higher. Clementine’s christian faith was seen through. The eyes of a girl who grew up around former. Slaves in the 1880’s and after. The painting it is remarkable that her Christ figure. Has both hands having been cut off, yet the only. Blood stems from the nail wounds. That this is because as a girl she must have seen. Former slaves with their hands cut off due to. Having been punished for stealing. The painting also has huge zinias on either. Side of the cross since they were her favorite. The angels have their hair standing. Straight up because, as Mrs. A curious observer, “they’re flying”. We have sent detailed photos to. Cowan Auctions since Wes Cowan of the. Antiques Roadshow has professionally. Appraised her work on one episode. Authentic, by her hand, and that the abrasions. On the flowers actually help the authenticity. By showing her pencilling of the flower. Underneath the paint shown in detail in. It is also her. Her paintings of Black Jesus on the Cross. Are some of the most sought after folk art. Paintings in America with one regional folk. Art museum declaring that her Black Jesus. On the Cross is the “apex” of their collection. Condition- the painting has some mild paint. Abrasions and some very light soiling, but is. Overall very nice and strikingly vivid. The painting as is. Please ascertain its authenticity. Securely and professionally packed. The item “Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE” is in sale since Friday, March 03, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Folk Art & Primitives”. The seller is “booksandcollectibles” and is located in La Porte, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Type: Paintings
  • Material: on board
  • Style: Black Folk Art
  • Region of Origin: US-Southeast
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Artist: Clementine Hunter
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30in.)

Signed FOLK ART Painting Clementine Hunter BLACK JESUS ON CROSS, Louisiana, SLAVE

Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger

Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger

Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger
We are a small family business who works closely with 38 professional art, antique, and collectible pickers, located in ten states between Maine and Virginia. Every day we list up to 30 unique, rare, and unusual items from ancient antiquities to mid 20th century collectibles. Thank You & Happy eBaying from all of us at RIICS Inc. Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger.. Hand painted on stretch canvas this antique Folk Art Oil Painting 22″ by 36″. It is signed in the lower right hand corner “Amede Heroux” and depicts a Hunter in his boat with his double barrel shot gun. He is watching as a Lion is about to attack a Tiger. In the water is a head of a young Water Buffalo. Boldly hand painted in oils, this Folk Art painting does have a couple of restorable problems. There is L shaped tear near the boat, and several other small repaired tears on the right hand side. You can see them in our black light photographs. This early 20. Century Folk Art Oil Painting grows on you the more you look at it. The Folk Artist was able to convey the intensity of these two fighting wild cats. We are listing this large American Folk Art Oil Painting without any reserve. We list quality antiques, art and collectibles every day with no reserve! We promise to list only the very best antiques and collectibles, and we also promise to describe every flaw and detail. Please read all of the information down below so that you understand exactly how we do business. We also assure you that we properly and professionally pack every item as well as fully insure each package. This dispute will be closed within 4 days after being opened and the item will be re-listed. Thank you for your interest in our auctions! Add to Saved Sellers. The item “Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger” is in sale since Monday, February 13, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Paintings”. The seller is “wwolst12″ and is located in Cumberland, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia.
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Antique Amede Heroux Early 20thC O/C Folk Art Oil Painting, Hunter, Lion, Tiger