Enriching today’s décor with exceptional paintings from the past

Art Lovers' Niche - June 29, 2020

Let there be light!

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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Featured

WILLIAM BROMLEY III (ENGLISH, ACTIVE 1835 - 1888)

$6,000

William Sidney Cooper (British 1854 – 1927)

$5,500

David John Gue (American 1836 - 1917)

$5,500

 
Frederick Stone Batcheller (American 1837-1889)

$7,500

William Anderson Coffin (American, 1855 - 1925)

$7,500

Warren C. Briggs (1867 – 1903)

$4,000

 
Carducius Plantagenet Ream (1837 – 1917)

$6,500

Benjamin F. Hawley (American, early 20th century)

6,800

Alfred Hutty (American 1877 - 1954)

$11,500

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

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