Pair of miniature painted artist's palettes with railroad themes. One palette shows a railroad track in the woods and the other a cog railway. Oil on wood, unsigned. Each palette measures 7.75" x 4.5".
Edward A. Page. Great oil painting of a rocky landscape with a lake and buildings in the distance by American artist Edward A. Page (b. 1908). Page lived and worked most of his life in Massachusetts and is best known for his landscape and marine paintings. Oil on panel, signed lower left. Dimensions: 10" x 11.5" unframed; 17-3/8" x 19-1/8" framed.
Alice G. Locke Oil Painting of Boats in Gloucester. Impressionist oil painting was done by American artist Alice G. Locke (1883- ). Locke was born in Lexington, Massachusetts, studied with H.B. Snell, and later lived both in Gloucester, Massachusetts and Flushing,New York, where she became known not only for her marine and landscape paintings, but as a teacher as well. Oil on canvasboard, signed lower right, gold painted decorative frame. Dimensions: 6' h x 9' w,nhantiquecoop on Ruby Lane
Francis Donald (né 1947) "Apple Trees in Blossom" - 1983- framed oil on canvas titled "Apple Trees in Full Blossom" by a listed New Mexico artist depicting an Impressionistic apple tree pair in a sunny field. Signed and dated lower right, also signed and titled on canvas verso. Sight area measures approximately 41.5" x 61.5" and frame 51" x 70" x 2".
John Rankin Barclay (British, 1884-1962). "Amusette". Oil on canvas, signed lower center, artist name, title, and "York Place Edinburgh" inscribed verso, in gilt wood frame, overall 46¼" x 56¼". Winsor & Newton, Rathbone Place London stamp verso on canvas. Fine Art Society Ltd. New Bond Street London label verso. 40" x 50" canvas size