Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM

Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM

Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM
This listing is for the exceptional 19th c. American School folk art painting of a sailor and his family pictured above. A remarkable 19th c. American folk art interior scene by an unknown artist. This work depicts a sailor’s return home to his family, including an elderly couple and a little girl. The scene is set near the fireplace, where a kettle releases steam. Each object is rendered in meticulous detail. Even the woven basket on the ground contains hundreds of tiny brushstrokes to mimic the effect of the weave. The work is oil on canvas laid to board and appears unsigned. It is housed in a period frame. This work was formerly in the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum and was deaccessioned to benefit its acquisition fund. 14 inches tall by 20 inches wide (painting). 18.5 inches tall by 24.5 inches wide (frame). Deaccessioned from the St. Acquired from the above. Condition : Canvas laid to board. Scattered inpainting throughout, primarily to address craquelure (refer to photo under blacklight). Surface craquelure commensurate with age. Typical wear and small losses to frame. It is ready to be displayed and enjoyed! I frequently receive messages from people after I sell an item, asking if it is definitely gone. Feel free to ask any questions. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “jarrettmccusker” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
  • Artist: American School
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Size: Medium
  • Signed: No
  • Title: Sailor Returns Home
  • Material: Oil, Canvas, Board
  • Region of Origin: USA
  • Framing: Framed
  • Subject: Family, Flowers, Sailor, Interior, Genre, Art, Figures, People, Ships, AAFA, Basket, Silhouette, Fraktur, Fashion
  • Personalize: No
  • Type: Painting
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Item Height: 14 in
  • Style: Folk Art, AAFA, Americana, Figurative Art, Folk & Indigenous, Naïve art, Primitivism
  • Features: One of a Kind (OOAK), Framed, Provenance
  • Production Technique: Oil Painting
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Item Width: 20 in
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Time Period Produced: 1850-1899

Exceptional 19th C. American School Folk Art Sailor Family Interior EX-MUSEUM

Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art

Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art

Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art
Here is a rare Sailor Moon Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster featuring Sailor and her whole gang by Papa Warsti one of Ghanas premier movie poster/sign makers. This poster is a little worn. These are hung outside in the elements to promote the movie currently showing at the local mobile cinema so not unusual for its age. These posters are made for the cinemas by local artisans on recycled sewn flour sacks. Perfect for folk art fans, Anime fans, fans of the Sailor Moon franchise, and collectors of Ghanaian movie posters! The item “Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art” is in sale since Sunday, January 31, 2021. This item is in the category “Art\Art Posters”. The seller is “niceshirts” and is located in East Providence, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Subject: Movies
  • Width (Inches): 42.5
  • Style: Folk Art
  • Height (Inches): 58
  • Size: Large (up to 60in.)

Sailor Moon RARE Ghana Mobile Cinema Hand Painted Movie Poster Warsti Anime Art

Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon

Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon

Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon
I sell previously owned, antique, vintage collectibles and jewelry. Be aware that these items are not perfect unless otherwise noted. They will likely have some degree of wear due to age. I do not clean the items, they are in as found condition. Cleaning or polishing is left up to the new owner. Most of the items that I offer come from live estate auctions and may come from the homes of smokers and or pet owners, so keep this in mind. Thanks for stopping by! The item “Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon” is in sale since Thursday, May 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “raindropsonroses1″ and is located in Chatham, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Painting Surface: Canvas
  • Features: Signed
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Subject: Mermaids
  • Originality: Original
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Medium: Acrylic
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1989
  • Artist: Martha Cahoon
  • Style: Nautical Folk Art
  • Color: Multi-Color

Martha Cahoon The Skylark Painting Canvas Print Mermaid Sailor Whale Balloon

Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII

Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII

Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII
Original, Vintage Folk Art Painting Hand-painted rendition of the emblem of the USS Raton , United States Navy Submarine. Rat in a US Navy Sailor outfit, with dixie cup sailor’s hat, riding a torpedo. Sized 9″ x 9.5″ The wood in 1/2 plywood. Plywood was invented in the 1860’s and in the early 1900’s became widely used as a building material. On the back is some paint from another design which went unfinished. Good condition, and well painted. A unique piece of US Navy folk art. In World War Two , the USS Raton saw much action against the Japanese in the Pacific. Have A Look At My Other Items. Raton (SS-270), was an attack submarine, laid down May 29 1942 by Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co. Manitowoc , Wisconsin , and launched January 24 1943 ; sponsored by Mrs. West and commissioned July 13, 1943, Lt. Following training in Lake Michigan and at Coco Solo , Panama Canal Zone , Raton sailed for the southwest Pacific September 19 1943. She arrived at Brisbane , Australia , on October 16 and joined Submarine Force , 7th Fleet. From Brisbane, Raton sailed to Tulagi in the Solomon Islands for her first war patrol, from November 20 to December 6, 1943, in the Bismarck Archipelago – Solomons – New Guinea area. On November 24, while patrolling west of Massau , Raton sighted two Japanese cargo-type ships , with two destroyers and a “Rufe” float plane in escort. Raton trailed the convoy and that night made a torpedo attack, sinking the Onoe Maru. The excellent countermeasures of the two escorts thwarted four attempts to sink the remaining freighter. On November 28, she sighted a Rabaul-bound convoy of five cargo ships, accompanied by two escorts. In a submerged attack, Raton sank two ships of the convoy, the Hokko Maru and Yuri Maru. After a severe pounding by the escorts, Raton escaped, but remained in the area for a return bout. In a night attack, she heavily damaged a third freighter, and called for assistance, as her torpedoes were nearly expended. Gato arrived and joined the attack, only to be jumped by the two Japanese destroyers. Raton surfaced and raced at flank speed to draw the escorts away from Gato, and succeeded, allowing Gato to sink Columbia Maru. After returning to Milne Bay , New Guinea , for rest and refit alongside Fulton, Raton departed on her second war patrol, from December 11 to January 25, 1944, for the Mindanao – Celebes – Halmahera area. On Christmas Eve, the submarine made an attack on four merchantmen and two destroyers in Morotai Strait, sinking Heiwa Maru and damaging an auxiliary aircraft carrier. She scored hits on one tanker, but the efficient countermeasures of the Japanese escorts interrupted the attack. Raton departed the patrol area on January 19 and reached Fremantle on January 25 for refit by Pelias. Her third patrol, from February 18 to April 14 , was conducted in the Java Sea , the Karimata Strait , and the South China Sea. Her fourth patrol, from May 19 to June 23, in the South China and Java Seas , provided good hunting. On May 23, Raton intercepted two small intercoastal freighters north of the Tambelan Islands , and sank both with her deck gun. That same evening, she contacted fast convoy Hi-63 of three transports and four destroyers. She sank destroyer Iki, and damaged a transport. People in forward torpedo room thought we had struck something or had been struck by something. This turned out to be 2 torpedoes fired by U. Lapon was looking for a Japanese submarine passing through the area and mistook Raton for that enemy sub. The Commanding officer checked fire on the second set of torpedoes realizing he wasn’t shooting at the enemy. Later dry-dock inspection of Raton showed dents where the torpedoes hit. This is the only known friendly fire incident in World War II between two submarines. On May 28, Raton tracked a Japanese RO-61-class sub, but missed due to an unfavorable firing angle. On June 6, a bright moonlit night brought out a large convoy of 11 ships with four destroyer-type escorts. One frigate was blown apart by three hits from a spread of fish fired by Raton, but the submarine received a severe pounding from a prolonged depth charge attack before making her escape. A boarding party from the submarine captured a small sailing vessel on June 13, taking 11 prisoners and scuttling the craft. Four days later, Raton sighted a small freighter, sinking it with one torpedo, and rescuing nine survivors. The fifth patrol, July 18 to September 10, conducted in the South China Sea off Luzon , gave Raton only one victory, a tanker left beached off Dasol Bay , Philippines , on August 4. Raton had better luck on her sixth patrol, October 6 to December 1, in the South China Sea. She fired both sets of torpedo tubes, her bow tubes at six overlapping targets while her stern fish were fired at a large freighter. Two ships, Shiranesan Maru and Taikai Maru went down, and another vessel was damaged. With her torpedo supply running low and a typhoon approaching, Raton pulled into Mios Woendi, Schouten Islands , for more fuel and torpedoes with which to finish the patrol. Leaving Mios Woendi October 27, Raton encountered an enemy task group of two heavy cruisers and five escort vessels on 6 November. In a submerged attack, she scored three hits on a Mogami-class cruiser Kumano, but did not put the heavy out of action. In a surface action Raton sank Unkai Maru and Kurasaki with four torpedoes. Then, both submarines fired torpedoes at the remaining auxiliaries with unconfirmed results. With only four torpedoes remaining, Raton steamed home, arriving San Francisco December 1, 1944 On March 13, 1945, after an overhaul at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Raton headed west for Pearl Harbor for additional training. She sailed for the Yellow Sea April 20 for her seventh war patrol. On May 2, she blew up a loaded tanker, Toryu Maru, in a night torpedo attack off Shantung Peninsula despite gunfire from two Japanese escorts. On May 16, she made a submerged attack on two transports, sinking the larger one Eiju Maru. The submarine sailed on June 22 for her final patrol of World War II, lifeguard duty off Hong Kong. No Allied planes went down in the area, and she made no enemy contacts. Arriving at Subic Bay July 23 for upkeep, Raton was preparing for her next patrol when the war ended. On August 31, 1945 she sailed for home, arriving at San Francisco in mid-September. Following overhaul at Mare Island Shipyard, USS Raton transited the Panama Canal, and arrived Naval Submarine Base at New London , Connecticut on March 12, 1946 where she was assigned to the 2d Fleet. She spent the next 2 1/2 years in training exercises in the North Atlantic and the Caribbean , helping to maintain America and the West’s defense posture during the early years of the Cold War. After being placed in reserve in the fall of 1948, Raton was decommissioned at New London, Conn. On March 11, 1949. She remained in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet at New London until July 1952 when she was towed to Philadelphia Naval Shipyard for conversion to a radar picket submarine. Redesignated SSR-270 on July 18, 1952, she was recommissioned September 21, 1953, Cmdr. Departing Philadelphia on December 8, she underwent training for several months in the Norfolk area. Ordered to the Pacific, she arrived at San Diego on March 7, 1954 via the Panama Canal. The submarine spent the next year in local operations, and after was deployed to the western Pacific. In the late 1950’s she participated in operations with SEATO and the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force. In the 1960’s Raton was deployed to the Far East, where she operated with naval forces of Thailand , the Philippines , and the Republic of China , under the Military Assistance Program, and in various training exercises. USS Raton was awarded six battle stars for service in World War II. The item “Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII” is in sale since Wednesday, July 11, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Other US WWII Original Items”. The seller is “rickl711″ and is located in Coventry, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • United States Navy Submarine USS Raton: Old Hand-painted Emblem , Sailor Torpedo
  • World War II Sub Pacific Battle Veteran: Original Old Painting, on wood

Old Folk Art Painting USS Raton Submarine Emblem US Navy Sailor & Torpedo WWII

18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art

18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art

18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art
The School for Scandal. Follow Us on Instagram /theschoolforscandal/. A animated half length portrait of a sailor, painted in a naïve style oil on board Dated 1775 and instinctively signed W. C, housed in a pine frame with a scumble finish 31/27.5cm. Please get in contact as that can be arranged. If you wish to view any items that are currently for sale please feel free to arrange a day and time with myself. I would recommend viewing if you are able. Responsibility for the safety and security of the goods/items pass to the purchaser as soon as the goods/items are removed from our premises. Any disputes concerning carriage are therefore to be conducted by the purchaser with the carrier, and the vendor accepts no liability arising out of the appointment of such contractor. All items on this site are antiques and vintage pieces and are, by their very nature, imperfect. The cost of return is not refundable. Cancellation of orders must be made within 3 days. The item “18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art” is in sale since Monday, September 3, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “the-school-for-scandal” and is located in norfolk. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei darussalam, Cayman islands, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Macao, Monaco, Maldives, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Saudi arabia, South africa, United arab emirates, Chile.
18th English Naive School, Sailor Oil on Board Antique Curio Naval Folk Art

Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign

Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign

Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign
Up for sale antique folk art wood nautical sailor advertising sign. This sign is all handpainted with the folk art sailor full-size portrait of Ben turner dated 1854. This is a large piece measuring 55. And 17 1/2 inches wide. There is some missing and chipping paint please look at photos for details. Any questions or comments please feel free to ask, and good luck! The item “Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign” is in sale since Thursday, November 1, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maritime\Maritime Folk Art”. The seller is “rooms55″ and is located in Garden Grove, California. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Type: Painting
  • Military Branch: British Royal Navy
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original

Antique Folk Art Wood Nautical Sailor Painting Advertising Sign

19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual

19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual

19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual
The School for Scandal. Follow Us on Instagram /theschoolforscandal/. Crown and Anchor is a simple dice game, traditionally played for gambling purposes by sailors in the Royal Navy as well as those in the British merchant and fishing fleets. This is a the French version the crown has been replaced with a symbol of the sun, and is called Ancre, Pique, et Soleil (“Anchor, Spade, and Sun”). Circa 1870s in age. Simply made from a section of sail, and naively painted. The piece has been sympathetic mounted and framed. Please get in contact as that can be arranged. If you wish to view any items that are currently for sale please feel free to arrange a day and time with myself. I would recommend viewing if you are able. Responsibility for the safety and security of the goods/items pass to the purchaser as soon as the goods/items are removed from our premises. Any disputes concerning carriage are therefore to be conducted by the purchaser with the carrier, and the vendor accepts no liability arising out of the appointment of such contractor. All items on this site are antiques and vintage pieces and are, by their very nature, imperfect. The cost of return is not refundable. Cancellation of orders must be made within 3 days. The item “19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual” is in sale since Sunday, March 25, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “the-school-for-scandal” and is located in norfolk. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Antigua and barbuda, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Barbados, Brunei darussalam, Cayman islands, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Macao, Monaco, Maldives, Montserrat, Martinique, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Reunion, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, South africa, United arab emirates, Chile.
19th Century Crown & Anchor Sailor Game Betting Folk Art Antique Curio Unusual

Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid

Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid

Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid
11 x 9 inches. Provenance: An important New York folk art collection. Overall the painting is in good original condition, very stable. It has probably never been cleaned and would brighten up if done so. There is a line of grime and decay at the frame line as pictured where dirt was allowed to accumulate. The exterior part of the frame is in fine original condition; the gilding and gesso on the interior filet has largely worn away. He began his career decorating antique New England furniture with his wife Martha Farham. In 1953 the New York socialite Joan Whitney. Encouraged them to paint and exhibited their work in her Long Island gallery. The item “Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid” is in sale since Friday, July 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art”. The seller is “modernartobject” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
Ralph Cahoon, Folk Art Painting, Sailor and Mermaid

Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art

Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art
Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art
Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art

Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art
Approximately 11 x 9 inches. Provenance: From a large collection of Americana and folk art formed in the 1970s with the help of well-known New York folk art dealers. The painting is in original untouched condition. It has been well-stored. There is some very minor surface grime which does not affect the appearance. There is some wear near the frame-line, particularly in the lower right hand corner, as pictured. The frame is also in original untouched condition. The original nails appear to have never been removed or fiddled with in any way. There is substantial loss of gilding to the inner filet. Ralph Eugene Cahoon, Jr. Was born in 1910 in Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A direct descendant of the first Dutch settlers, his family had emigrated in the 1660s from Scotland directly to Cape Cod. As a boy, Ralph often played close to the harbor, fishing, digging for clams or scallops. Sailing to the Grand Banks or Nantucket was a favorite pastime, as was sketching. His works often found their way into his high school’s newspaper. He completed a correspondence course in cartooning while in high school, and in 1929 was accepted into Boston’s School of Practical Art, concentrating on both fine and commercial art. He met and married Martha Farham in 1932. Born of Swedish immigrant parents in 1905, in Rosindale, Massachusetts, she had family that moved to Harwich on Cape Code when she was ten years old. She excelled in school, but chose an apprenticeship with her father, Axel Farham, who was a talented furniture decorator working for some of the best-known decorating firms in Boston. Under his guidance, she mastered a free-hand method of decorative painting called rosemaling, and later became proficient in stenciling and varnishing. After her marriage, she continued working with her father until she and Ralph bought a house in Osterville, Massachusetts. Their earlier works reflected traditional patterns of Pennsylvania Dutch and Swedish painted furniture, however they later began painting entire scenes on the fronts of secretaries and bureaus. In 1953, the Cahoon’s framed many works of a wealthy customer, Joan Whitney Payson. Later they made a transition from furniture to easel painting, and exhibited their work in Payson’s Long Island art gallery. It was a successful transition for the Cahoon’s, as were the years of productivity that followed. The material they first used was plywood, but later they favored masonite, whose surface better resembled that of the furniture they were used to decorating. Their individual styles were very similar, primarily pastel in tone, using greens, soft pinks, grays, and browns, with no attempt to use light or shade to create a third dimension. The’mermaid’ became Ralph Cahoon’s hallmark in the 1960s. His imagination and creativity using this motif knew no bounds, using mermaids to play golf, fish, knit, pose for photographs, or hide in trees. The New England coastline or lighthouses were favorite backdrops, as were hot air balloons. Martha’s themes included still lifes, nature studies, scenes including mythological figures, and pastoral scenes reflecting the different seasons. Ralph Cahoon died in 1982. From Askart, by Michael David Zellman, 3000 years of American Art. The item “Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art” is in sale since Friday, February 02, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “modernartobject” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
Ralph Cahoon, Mermaid and Sailor, Primitive New England Folk Art

Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR

Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR

Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR
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. Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR.. Tonight I will be listing three Antique Sailor Made Swordfish Swords. All three are fresh to the market and were bought together, however I have decided to list them each separate. Most likely made for a child this 29 ¼” long Sword including the Mahogany hand carved wood handle, has a 24″ long bill. One side has a large blue Swordfish painting as well as a nautical Red Triangle Flag design near the wood hand guard. The other side has the same red triangle flag along with a gold ships wheel, and the whole swordfish bill has a golden, orange shellac finish. The handle is tight and not moving but there is some chipping to the point. That is the only problem with this antique, Folk Art Painted Swordfish Sword. To make sure it sells it is listed with No Reserve. Please check out my other auctions for two more Antique Swordfish Bill Swords we have already listed without a reserve.. We list every day and you never know what you might find listed without any 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 “Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR” is in sale since Saturday, January 28, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maritime\Folk Art”. 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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Small Antique Sailor Made Hand Painted Swordfish Folk Art Childs Sword NR