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Art Lovers' Niche - February 22, 2021

Showing your true colors!

We have pointed this our previously, but feel it is worth repeating. The dirty little secret is that all auction houses and almost all galleries do not get their paintings professionally conserved or restored prior to selling them. Sometimes the knock on 19th century fine art is that it is "dark." We partner with professionals for over 30 years to make sure each of our paintings are properly cleaned. Once the old yellowed varnish and grime layers are off the surface, the true colors that the artist intended come alive!

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"Art is to be moved, to love, to hope, to tremble, to live." - Auguste Rodin

"Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life." - John Lubbock

"Art is love." - Holman Hunt

Lucien Whiting Powell - Sunlit Creek through the Woods

$6,500

Frank A. Barney (American, 1862 – 1954)

$2,900

Harry Herman Roseland - Her Future from the Cards

$12,000

John Ellsworth Weis (American 1892 - 1962)

$5,900

William Baptiste Baird (American 1847 - 1917)

$4,500

Henry Boese (American 1824 – 1897)

$3,900

Franklin Edward Morris (American 1938 - 2009)

$4,800

Frederick Mulhaupt (American 1871 - 1938)

$31,500

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait (British-American, 1819 – 1905)

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