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Erotic print by Earl Washington
Earl Washington\n(American, 1962- )\n\nErotic woodblock print by Earl Washington. Made to appear as it was created in the 1930s.\nWoman standing by a window.\n\nWoodblock on paper\nAge unknown\n\nMeasurements\n12" x 9"\n\nNotes \nSigned and typeprint\nNot framed or matted\nPurchased out of a pile of like prints in Seattle, WA 2004\n\nCondition\nGood overall condition. Some toning to paper. The Modern Art Exchange
Ramon Price, Fishing scene
Ramon Price\nAmerican (1930-2000)\n'Early Morning Catch'\nWatercolor on paper\nc.1940's\n\nMeasurements\n12" x 14.75" sight size, 20" x 22" overall\n\nNotes \nMatted, not framed. Signed and titled on the mat.\n\nCondition\nArt in good condition. Mat in poor condition with staining, creases, scuffs and discoloration. The Modern Art Exchange
Walter Bosse, secessionist bowl
Walter Bosse\n(Austrian, 1904-1979)\n\nSecessionist pottery bowl with a flower interior.\n\nEarthenware\n1920's\n\nMeasurements\n2.5" x 4.5"\n\nNotes \nMarked 'Bosse Austria'\nStamped signature on the bottom\nFrom a Seattle area collection.\n\nCondition\nGood overall condition. Some minor rim chips. The Modern Art Exchange
Dale Chihuly, Chalice
Dale Chihuly \nAmerican (1941- )\nChalice\nBlown glass\nc.1968\n\n Measurements\n11.75" x 5.5" x 4.25"\n\nNotes \nUnsigned. From the collection of Northwest sculptor John H. Geise. (gift to the artist).\n\nCondition \nExcellent The Modern Art Exchange
Louis Seigreist - Abstract Oil Painting
Description: Louis Seigreist - Abstract Oil Painting\n\nMedia: Mixed media with oil and grit on masonite.\n\nTitle: Untitled\n\nDate: 1959\n\nMeasurements: 24.25" x 31" x 2"overall including frame.\n\nCondition: Excellent condition. Vintage frame show some wear.\n\nNotes: This work is an abstract expressionist painting created in the 1950s when the San Francisco Abstract Expressionist movement was in full force.\n\nAbout the artist: Louis Siegriest (California 1899-1989), was born in Oakland, CA in 1899. Siegriest lived in the Bay Area his entire life and was an important figure in the development of modern art in the San Francisco Bay area. Louis Siegriest studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in Oakland, CA as well as at the California School of Fine Art in San Francisco. As a young man he was involved with the painting group the Society of Six, a group of painters who rebelled against the somber tones prevalent in California art of the time, preferring instead the colorful palette of French fauvists artist. Unlike other members of the Society of Six, Siegriest came from a very affluent family. (Siegriest lived in his family's mansion his entire life, raising his own children there). His son Lundy is also a well known painter from the San Francisco Bay area. Louis taught at the San Francisco Art Students League from 1948 to 1951. The Modern Art Exchange
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