426 san francisco wall art Paintings

"Cliff House, 1863 - San Francisco" (Original) by Bernard John Bolter IV
I took a historical photograph of the first Cliff House building in San Francisco as a starting point for this painting. The Cliff House was originally
our present lives. This painting was created live in the streets of San Francisco as a part of my Pullup Gallery project, which is a mobile studio/gallery
past and our modern time. I was inspired to create this series as a native San Franciscan who has seen their city drastically change in recent times. My
combination of the two. He studied art at the Hoge School voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, the Netherlands and at the Gerrit Rietveld Art Academy in Amsterdam, the
"Market Street, 1906 - San Francisco" (Original) by Bernard John Bolter IV
took a historical photograph of Market Street after the earthquake in San Francisco as a starting point for this painting. The city was hit with a big earthquake
our present lives. This painting was created live in the streets of San Francisco as a part of my Pullup Gallery project, which is a mobile studio/gallery
past and our modern time. I was inspired to create this series as a native San Franciscan who has seen their city drastically change in recent times. My
combination of the two. He studied art at the Hoge School voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, the Netherlands and at the Gerrit Rietveld Art Academy in Amsterdam, the
"Golden Gate Bridge, 1936 -San Francisco" (Original) by Bernard John Bolter IV
canvas. I took a historical photograph of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco as a starting point for this painting. The famous bridge was completed
our present lives. This painting was created live in the streets of San Francisco as a part of my Pullup Gallery project, which is a mobile studio/gallery
completed in 1936 and was originally proposed many years earlier by the infamous San Franciscan eccentric Emperor Norton (or so the legend goes). The architects
past and our modern time. I was inspired to create this series as a native San Franciscan who has seen their city drastically change in recent times. My
Bring home San Francisco with "Golden Towers" by Ann Rea, an original pastel
to the deep Pacific through the fog of night." -Ann Rea Memories of San Francisco, delivered to your door. 8" x 10" original charcoal drawing on paper
archival gallery frame Museum quality UV protection glass Original works of art are accompanied by a signed Certificate of Title guaranteeing their provenance
Bring home San Francisco with "Inky Bay Below" by Ann Rea, an original pastel
below The Golden Gate Bridge invite a chill." -Ann Rea Memories of San Francisco, delivered to your door. 8" x 10" original charcoal drawing on paper
archival gallery frame Museum quality UV protection glass Original works of art are accompanied by a signed Certificate of Title guaranteeing their provenance
1940-50s San Francisco Victorians Scene
major shows throughout the country: Oakland Art Gallery; Sacramento State Fair; San Francisco Museum of Art; International Color Lithography Exhibition
studios until 1947, when he moved to San Francisco. Mr. Opper then enrolled at the California School of Fine Arts. Opper’s prints have been included in
Show; Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona; City of Paris Rotunda Gallery, San Francisco. Framed in a vintage wood frame painted parchment white and grey using
attended art classes at Choiunard Art Institute. In 1942 he was drafted into the army and was then able to study at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, San Francisco Coit Tower. Original painting
extra large canvas of 50"x 60". This is a perfect size going on large empty wall for residential or commercial place. The painting is coming with a certificate
Bring home San Francisco with "Steady Bridge" by Ann Rea, an original pastel
"The Golden Gate Bridge has welcomed us in and out of San Francisco for 75 years." -Ann Rea 8" x 10" original charcoal drawing on paper generously matted
Original Framed Micentury di Cosola Pastel Portrait
century pastel on paper portrait by San Francisco artist Michael di Cosola (1929-2010). Di Cosola studied at the Chicago Art Institute before moving to the
Put a pop of pastel on your wall, with this pleasing portrait by San Francisco artist Michael di Cosola. This charming pastel on paper piece comes in a
College of Arts & Crafts in Oakland. He had a studio in North Beach during the height of the Renaissance and exhibited at many Bay Area art galleries.
Art is one of those things you can’t go wrong with when picking it out for your home. It reflects who you are and your personality. I am attracted to painted
Brit Week LA 2014 Street Banner Wall Art
the wide berth of British talent in Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Francisco. The events have been as varied as they are plentiful. The banner used
authentic, limited edition street banner to display in your home as spectacular wall art. Since 2007, BritWeek events have delighted Californians with rich forays
Composition #15 by Rob Delamater, 2011
2011 gouache on vintage book cover abstract entitled "Composition #15" by San Francisco artist and Lost Art Salon co-owner Rob
contrast on your wall.
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