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The Stolen Kiss, late 1780s
The Stolen Kiss, late 1780sby overstockArt(1)
Painted in the late 1780s, Jean-Honore Fragonard's The Stolen Kiss is typical of Rococo styles popular prior to the French Revolution. Not only in the style of the painting but also the setting and content within it. Everything in the room is luxuriously rendered in fine detail and shading, especially the textiles in her dress, shawl, and curtains. Drawing inspiration from the Dutch masters and their fine handling of similar subjects, Fragonard successfully combined their methods with elegant eroticism so adored by the French aristocracy. A snapshot into a hidden moment of uncontainable young affection, this handmade reproduction of a master work is sure to be a conversation starter. Frame Description: Burgeon Gold Frame - Organic Pattern Facade with Gold FinishFrame Width: 4 3/4" Interior Dimensions: 20X24Exterior Dimensions: 29.5 X 33.5Frame Color: GoldFrame Finish: MetallicFrame Material: WoodFrame Profile: OrnateBeautifully complex and elaborately detailed, our Burgeon Gold frame is perfect for one of our hand oil paintings from Traditional to Impressionistic. This museum-quality frame will expertly showcase any hand oil painting in need of a traditional touch of class. Framed art size (exterior dimensions inches): 30" X 34" The framed painting will arrive ready to hang on your wall with hanging hardware included. The Stolen Kiss, late 1780s - framed oil reproduction of an original painting by Jean-Honore Fragonard 45-day Easy Returns Policy. Enjoy Free Shipping 100% hand painted oil painting on artist grade canvas. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Hand crafted means unique to every owner. Each canvas reproduction may very slightly in brush details due to the nature of being hand painted so no two paintings are the same. For those customers who appreciate quality and want to own an artist's work as it was meant to be enjoyed we are here for you. For those who what a Xerox machine copy we apologize.Read More
Hometown Hero Firefighter Wall Art by Dona Gelsinger
Hometown Hero Firefighter Wall Art by Dona Gelsingerby Glow Decor
Glow Decor Hometown Hero Firefighter Wall Art by Dona Gelsinger #D1402A firefighter's gear: turnout gear, helmet, boots, mask with respirator, duffel bag, axe, and pick. Art is printed on a silky satin cloth, providing sharp detail and vibrant color.It's then mounted on Oregon Pine Wood stretcher bars.Finally, we install our unique LED lighting system enhancing and illuminating the entire painting. Features of the Glow Decor Illuminated Wall Art: 18" x 24" Fully Backlit Artwork Remote Control Included Made in Oregon, USA Battery Operated (6AA not included) Art by Dona Gelsinger About GlowDecor: It all started with two best friends coming together with an innovative idea, the desire and determination to build a US manufacturing company, and a way to spread joy and inspiration.Jesse Gelsinger has been working as an art agent with his mother, artist Dona Gelsinger, for over a decade.Dona's beautiful artwork has been reproduced and sold on thousands of products throughout the world for over 2 decades. One day, as Jesse and his wife hung one of Dona's garden flags in front of their home, a beam of light hit the back of the flag and the idea sprouted. Artwork looks amazing when it glows from behind!Levi Wisdom, one of Jesse's closest friends, worked with Jesse for months to develop the first prototype of the Glow Decor Print. With Levi's extensive background in craftsmanship and sales, the partnership was a perfect match. Today the Glow Decor team continues developing innovative products, handcrafted in Southern Oregon for all to enjoy. We believe every individual possess unique talents and gifts that should be cultivated, celebrated and shared with the world. 1 Peter 4:10. "As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's grace." About the Artist:Dona Gelsinger is one of America's most celebrated and collected living artists. Her work is sold all over the world.Her mission is to spread God's love and beauty through her talents.WHAT IS GLOW DECOR? Glow Decor is an entirely new way to enjoy artwork, both day and night. During the day our silky satin gallery wrapped prints add a touch of beauty and joy to any room. When the lights go down, turn on your print and its warm glow illuminates the art and the room around it, drawing you in like a cozy fireplace. HOW ARE GLOW DECOR PRINTS MADE? We handcraft each Glow Decor print at our facility in Southern Oregon. We begin by meticulously reproducing the artworks of acclaimed North American Artists. The artwork is printed on our signature silky satin cloth, providing sharp detail, vibrant color and luxurious finish. The art is then mounted on locally made Pine stretcher bars. Finally, we attach our unique lighting system which enhances and illuminates the entire painting. Each print is then tested before being boxed and made ready to ship.HOW IS GLOW DECOR DIFFERENT FROM OTHER LIGHT UP ART? Unlike imported, novelty light up pictures that flash and blink, Glow Decor prints are fully illuminated pieces of fine art, handcrafted in Oregon, with officially licensed artwork by world class designers.HOW ARE GLOW DECOR PRINTS POWERED? Our prints are powered by 6 AA batteries. Nobody likes ugly cords dangling down the wall, so we designed a battery pack capable of powering Glow Decor art for approximately 70 hours. We recommend Kirkland Brand AA batteries from Costco as they offer the best value/performance. Our prints cost just a tad over 2 cents per hour to light up. Because our prints operate with a remote control, you can hang them anywhere, above a fireplace, high on a wall, on an easel, in your office or bedroom, anywhere you'd like to make a statement with a beautiful piece of glowing art.HOW DO I CARE FOR MY PRINT? You can dust Glow Decor prints using a dry, soft cloth or feather duster.As with any piece of artwork, do not hang in direct sunlight as it will eventually fade over time.HOW DO I HANG MY PRINT? Each Glow Decor print has a large heavy duty, metal sawtooth hanger on the back. Using a nail or picture hanger, one person can easily hang the print and get it level.Read More
Consigned Antique French Bronze Sculpture of Basset Hounds by Emmanuel Fremiet
Consigned Antique French Bronze Sculpture of Basset Hounds by Emmanuel Fremietby SillaLtd
“RAVEGEOT ET RAVAGEOLE, CHIENS BASSETS” AFTER A MODEL BY EMMANUEL FREMIET Signed "E. Fremiet" on base, patinated bronze Item # 812PNX02Q This is a simply gorgeous group sculpted in bronze, the title of which varies somewhat depending on the text you examine - depending on the reference text, it can be noted as Pair of Seated Dachshunds, Chiens Bassets and Deux Bassets. Fremiet, though he was adamant about being more than an Animalier and executed some of his most substantial public commissions as depictions of full figural and military groups, he remains best known for his sensitive animal subjects. The present example, one of his most popular dog groups, captures a pair of Napoleon's dogs: "Ravageot" and "Ravageole". By lowering the head of one dog, he gives depth and a story to the group, Ravageole's face full of curiosity and totally oblivious to her surroundings as she watches the passing of a snail. Ravageot is proud and alert, his left foreleg slightly cocked and the bells around his collar stationary as is looks on at a distant point of interest. Chiens Bassets has it's earliest listing in 1848 and is listed in Fremiet's 1853 exhibition at Salon as "Ravegot & Ravageole, Basset Hounds - bronze, In the Salle des Gardes, Palais de Compiegne". The group was sculpted in life-size, exhibited at the Deuxieme Empire Exhibition at the Grand Palais in the spring of 1879. While dimensions for the group vary somewhat, the casts executed by Fremiet are historically documented between 5" and 5 3/4" high and approximately 6"-6 3/4" long. Like Barye, Fremiet edited much of his work personally, both in bronze and plaster - later many of his models were purchased by the foundry of Ferdinand Barbedienne and were cast in bronze editions; these, however, are always marked with the stamp of Barbedienne. Some later models were also issued by Susse Freres, though in lower quantities than Barbedienne. Measurements: 5 7/8” H x 5 1/2” W x 6 5/8” D Condition Report: Very fine overall condition. Original patina preserved under wax. Some rubbing wear to highlights.Read More