SOLD! for $660.00.
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Three (3) European School signed oil paintings. 1st item: British School oil on canvas landscape painting depicting a man fishing by a body of water, with a small boatmoored on the oppositeshore with trees, the water extending to the far shores with trees in the background beneath a cloudysky. Initialed and dated "CSL 1858" lower left. Artist's Colony, London, black ink stamp en verso of canvas, partial old paper label, en verso of stretcher.Housed in a molded gilt wood frame. Sight – 12" H x 17 3/4" W. Framed – 16" H x 22" W. Mid 19th century. 2nd item: Danish school oil on canvas painting depicting a body of water with trees and docks to the right bank, a town with a bell tower visible in the backgroundbeneath a cloudy blue sky. Initialed and dated "CP 1904" lower right. Black ink stamps including one reading "A. Stelling/Kjobenhavn (Copenhagen)" en verso of canvas and stretcher, modern white sticker, en verso of frame. Housed in a modeled gilt wood frame. Sight – 9 1/4" H x 13 1/2" W. Framed – 13" H x 17" W. Early 20th century.3rd item: Dutch School oil on panel painting depicting a man riding a black horse in between a white and a brown horse, all three horses chargingdown a country road. Signed and inscribed "Naar (to) J. Von Blaas/J. Eilers" lower right. Dutch sticker, en verso of panel. Housed in a modeled gilt wood frame. Sight – 10 1/2" H x 13 3/4" W. Framed – 15 1/2" H x 18 3/4" W. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall craquelure, yellowing to varnish layer. Frame has been relined. Buckling to canvas. 1/8" x 1/4" areaof paint loss, top right. Minor areas of loss to corners of frame. 2nd item: Canvas is loose in frame. Surface abrasions, areas of paint loss, largest 4 3/4", across top edge of canvas.3rd item: Panel is loose in frame. Surface abrasions, areas of paint loss, largest 4", primarily to edges of panel. Yellowing to varnish layer. Areas of loss, largest 1/2" x 1/2", to frame.