From Here To Antiquity | On The Cusp: Realism’s Transition to Impressionism in the Landscapes of America & Beyond
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An exhibition of Impressionist paintings by artists within the circles of the best known painters, offering new and savvy collectors an opportunity to own affordable quality works.

Travel exhibition held at:
The Greenwich Winter Antiques Show
Eastern Greenwich Civic Center
Old Greenwich, CT
December 2-4, 2016

The Art, Design & Antiques Show
Wallace Hall, Church of St. Ignatius Loyola
980 Park Avenue at 84th Street
New York, NY
January 20-22, 2017

WORKS IN THE SHOW:

  • Alexis Jean Fournier [1865-1948] American Impressionist Painting “The Walk Home”, ca.1895

    $5,800
  • American School "Street lights in the Snow" circa 1910

    American School “Warm Light in Winter” circa 1900

    $1,200
  • American School "Small Town and Trees" circa 1915

    American School “Approaching Storm in Spring”, 1928

    $675
  • American School impressionist landscape "Boat House by the River" circa 1900

    American School Impressionist Landscape “Marshland Shanty”, ca.1920

    $2,500
  • American School Realist Painter Light in the Sky, ca.1885 Oil on board Signed and dated at center bottom. Possibly dated 85. 8 x 12 inches

    American School Realist Landscape “Before Sunrise”, ca.1900

    $1,600
  • Harry Victor Law [1866-1952] California Impressionist "Souvenir from Mt. Lowe, Los Angeles, CA " ca.1929

    Harry Victor Law [1866-1952] California Impressionist “Souvenir from Mt. Lowe, Los Angeles, CA ” ca.1929

    $1,200