Thomas R. Manley
1853-, American

Citadel of Quebec
1853-, American

Etching,image size 9 1/2X13",pencil signed

Painting

Doge's Palace from St. Mark's Bay, Venice

This is a gorgeous Venice scene, painted in oil on panel, c. 1870s, signed "Ziem" in the lower left corner, in a heavy period gilt frame. This painting is attributed to French artist Felix Ziem (1821-1911), who was known for his atmospheric images of the city of Venice. Although we have been unable to ascertain this painting is by Ziem, the style, subject, and composition certainly look like his work. Regardless of the artist, this is a beautiful, richly hued painting of the distinctive Doge's Palace and St. Mark's Bay, Venice.

Print

Kabuki Actors
$175.00
1775-1818, Japanese

Color woodblock, image size 14 3/8 x 9 13/16 inches, circa 1830. Ashiyuki was active in Osaka from 1814 to 1833 and a pioneer of the 'surimono' larger format print.

Drawing

Coney Island Study
1898-1954, American

This is an expressive original drawing by American Social Realist artist Reginald Marsh. Watercolor and inkwash on board, 5 x 4 inches, c. 1930s, signed in the lower left corner, framed. Reginald Marsh studied at the Yale School of Art where he was a prolific illustrator and cartoonist, then at the Art Students League in New York where he concentrated on studying fine art, especially the work of the Old Masters.