An impressive geometric abstract by noted Mexican artist and sculptor Manuel Felguerez (b. 1928); a limited edition seriograph, black and red linear and geometric forms against gold and silver backgrounds, pencil signed and numbered "3/25". Tagged verso "1975." Well listed: Davenport's, Christie's. Exhibited New York (1960), Paris, Geneve, etc. Guggenhem Fellowship 1974. Influence by Brancusi & Ossip Zadkiine. Custom framed. Dimensions:, framed: 34" H x 38" L. Artwork: 23 1/2" W x 19 1/9" H.
An impressive P. R.(Pleasant Ray) MacIntosh (b. 1892--d. 1985) expressionist abstract oil painting on canvas, labeled "Construction Yard," signed lower right; custom framed. Listed: Davenports, Who Was Who in American Art, Fieldings, Ask Art. Exhibited Paris, New York & regionally (Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Florida). Studied & taught Art Institute of Chicago (MFA), Bradley University (BFA), Department Head, University of Florida. American, C. 1940s. Dimensions: 49 1/2" L x 41" H
A colorful De Hirsch Margules (b 1899 died 1965) geometric abstract painting on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1959. A well listed American Modernist. Who Was Who in American Art, Fieldings, Ask Art, Mallett, etc. In the permanent collection: Art Institute of Chicago, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Brooklyn Museum, MOMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, Boston Museum of Fine Art, etc. NOTE: personalized encomium, verso. Newly custom framed. Dimensions: 30" H x 40" W
French Empire Charles X open arm chairs or fauteuil (4 shown) with upholstered back and seats, the fruitwood frames w/curved backs, carved "S" scroll arms & carved front legs, newly reconditioned and upholstered in a classic diamond design fabric. France, c. 1830. Dimensions are 35" H x 22" W x 20" D. NOTE: Priced of $5800.00 is per pair, of which there are two (2) pair.
A fantastic George Marinko b. 1908 d. 1989) geometric abstract composition oil painting on canvas, signed lower right; original artist's framing . Also signed and titled verso: "Rouge et Noir." A very important and acclaimed American Surrealist, exhibited at MOMA's 1936 (prize winner) ground breaking "Fantastic Art, Dada & Surrealism." A life-long Connecticut resident; studied under Lewis York & Yale's E. Savage. Well listed: Who Was Who in American Art, Davenport's, Ask Art, etc. c. 1950. Dimensions: 30 1/2" H x 35 3/4" W.