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Michael Burghers
1647-1727, Dutch

Concilium Nicaenum
1647-1727, Dutch

Engraving and etching, image size 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches, pub. 1677 in London, a page taken from the "Apostolici", a book of the lives of the Primitive Fathers for the three first Ages of the Christian Church by William Cave.


Apostolici
1647-1727, Dutch

Engraving and etching, image size 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches, pub. 1677 in London, title page taken from "The Apostolici", a book on the lives of the Primitive fathers for the three first Ages of the Christian Church by the "Chaplain in ordinary to his Majesty", William Cave.

Painting

Cabin by the Lake
1854-1927, American

This is a luminous scene of a cabin by a still lake with the glowing colors of the setting sun lingering in the sky, casting blue shadows over summer landscape. Pastel on paper, sight size 12 3/4 x 17 inches, c. 1900, signed in the lower right corner. This pastel comes tastefully displayed in a period maple frame. Clarence Braley was a Massachusetts artist who specialized in pastel and watercolor landscapes. He was a member of the New Bedford Art Association and exhibited his work at the Boston Art Club and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Print

European Landscape
1878-1970, American

Etching, image size 6 x 8 1/8 inches, c. 1925, pencil signed.

Drawing

Backview
1911-1992, American

This signed, charcoal on paper, portrait is by Paul Lewis Clemens. Sight size is 16 5/8 x 13 1/8 inches and is presented in a wooden frame. It is identified and titled on a label from James Vigeveno Galleries, Westwood Hills, Los Angeles, California, on the paper backing. A portrait, figure, genre and garden painter, Clemens studied at the University of Wisconsin with Oscar Hagen and the Art Institute of Chicago. He is best known for his movie star portraits of the Hollywood era in the 40s, but was also gifted for other styles, from French impressionism to Dutch linearity.