A watercolour painted in Australia in the style associated with The Hermansberg School and Albert Namatjira. This work by Steven Walbungara.
22.5 cm wide x 16.0 cm high (exposed painting).
42.0 cm x 35.0 cm high (frame)
An watercolour in an oak and gilt frame fom the early 20th century. The subject a young woman or girl in a brown hooded cloak might be interpreted as fantasy or fashion. What do you think? The signature seems quite deliberate however we are at this time unable to attribute it to a particular artist. Please see detail shot of this part of the painting.
Oval exposed area 21 cm wide x 29 cm high. Frame perimeter, 33 cm x 40 cm high.
An original painting of a river scene with a bridge in the background. Artist is Hazlewood (unidentified) and location unknown.
Work 17 cm high x 22 cm wide
Frame 30 cm high 35 cm wide.
An original oil painting of Monsalvat in Eltham Victoria. Though signed, the artist is not known to us.
Work 28 cm wide x 24 cm high
Frame 42 cm wide x 35 cm high
A sympathetically framed print of a painting by Tamara Lempicka (look her up if you have time, a fascinating life).
External 55 high x 45 wide
Print 26 cm high x 20 cm wide.
A late Victorian original oil painting of a coastal scene. Canvas with one patch on antique pegged stretcher in a later gilt frame. Unsigned, nonetheless a competent work that is over 100 years old.
Frame is 32 cm wide x 27 cm high.
A large wooden carved frame.
100 cm wide x 200 cm high. rebate approx 1.5 cm