hello Guido Reni, attr. (1575-1642)Madonna che allatta il Bambino (Nursing Madonna and Child with an Angel) c. 1609 Oil on canvas22 x 25 inches31 x 34.4 inches framedProvenance:Private collection, NJPrivate collection, Stamford, CTPrivate collection, Washington, DC Some time in 1702, Pope Clement XI asked the painter Giuseppe Ghezzi to organize an exhibition of select paintings in the galleries ...
Herbert Bayer (1900-1985) Four Progressive Circles, 1970 watercolor/gouache on paper15 x 15 inches; 31 x 31 inches framed Signed, dated and numbered lower right hello Herbert Bayer was born in Austria, where he entered into an apprenticeship under the architect and designer Georg Smidthammer, with whom Bayer learned drawing, painting, and architectural drafting, inspired by nature and without formal knowledge of art history. In ...
Vance Kirkland (1904-1981) Red Mountain, 1947  watercolor on paper 30 x 22 inches 38.5 x 30.5 inches framed Signed and dated lower right Provenance: Private collection, Denver, CO As an artist and educator, Vance Kirkland almost singlehandedly brought modern art to Denver. At a time when conservative tastes ruled, he came to Colorado and worked in a manner ...
John Grillo(1917-2014) Monster, 1954 Oil on canvas  24.75 x 20 inches26 x 21.25 inches framed Provenance:Estate of the ArtistThe Grillo Revocable Trust “Abstract painting is on a level with music. It’s a physical outburst from your whole being. It’s not the idea that is created and then you start painting. It’s always a challenge to shape something from ...
James Brooks (1906-1992) Reneel, 1967-68-74  Acrylic on canvas   60 x 72 inches Signed lower left; signed and dated ‘1967-68-74’ verso Exhibited: Gruenebaum Gallery, Ltd., New York Manny Silverman Gallery, Los Angeles James Brooks began his career as a Social Realist artist, but later adopted an abstract style and became associated with the so-called New York School and the ...
Robert Slutzky (1929-2005)Tableau, 1977 Acrylic on canvas  70 x 70 inchesSigned, titled, and dated verso “…the longer you look, the more you find; the more you find, the longer you look. It’s a nice reverse equation.Painting is perceptual music. It has to do with the retina. In music you need an ear for sound. In painting you need an eye for ...
Peter Miller (Henrietta Myers) (1913-1996) Soaring,  1937/1938 Oil on canvas   25 x  30 inches 26 .125  x 31.125 inches framed Provenance: Estate of the Artist “To say that I want to study art simply because I love it seems both sentimental and inadequate, but I can give no other reason.To be constantly aware of loveliness of ...
Lawrence Calcagno (1913-1993)Sunbands V, 1969  Triptych Acrylic and oil on canvas  82 x 120 inches Provenance:Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY San Francisco-born artist Lawrence Calcagno spent the first part of his life on a ranch near Big Sur, California, teaching himself to paint from his own observations of the California landscape.  His parents, Vincent and Anna de ...
Robert Goodnough (1917-2010)Red, Yellow, Green, Gray 1973 Acrylic and oil on canvas78 x 78 inches79.25 x 79.25 inches framedSigned and dated verso Robert Goodnough was an American painter known for his calligraphy-like mark making. Though he was associated with the Abstract Expressionists, Goodnough’s work varied in style and often eluded categorization. “I like to work freely, to slash ...
John Stephan (1906-1995) Disc #18, 1970 Acrylic on canvas 80 x 76 inches Signed, titled, dated, and estate stamped verso  Provenance: Estate of the Artist Born in Maywood, Illinois, John Walter Stephan (1906-1995) studied art at the University of Illinois and the  School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). He then worked as an ...