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Fine Art and Rare Prints and Engravings

19C Russian Framed Marble Plaques Pair ft Angels

19C Russian Framed Marble Plaques Pair ft Angels. Nice pair of 19th Century Russian Marble Plaques in ornate gilt frames. Each has an iron seal on the rear with what appears to be a stylized Imperial cross and marked “St. Petersburg…1882”. Each Plaques features a relief, picturing Angels and Putti in an Eden type Scene.…

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Irish Watercolor by Rev JH Flack of Winter Scene

Irish Watercolor by Rev JH Flack of Winter Scene. CHECK OUT OUR BRIEF COMMENTARY: Lovely piece of original Irish Art. Painting by popular and well known watercolorist and Irish Artist – Rev. J.H. Flack of Athy, Co Kildare. This painting is titled ” Winter Scene”. Framed behind glass…..fully signed and original. If you are Irish-American…

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Irish Watercolor by L Burns of Croghan Bog

Irish Watercolor by L Burns of Croghan Bog. Lovely piece of original Irish Art. Painting by popular and rapidly rising Irish Artist – Lorenza Burns of Co Offaly. This painting is titled ” Croghan Bog”. It was painted in 2001 and is fully signed and tagged by the artist on the rear. In Summertime ………

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Irish Oil on Canvas of Ballagh Horse Fair by Seamus Coleman

Irish Oil on Canvas of Ballagh Horse Fair by Seamus Coleman. CHECK OUT OUR BRIEF COMMENTARY: Lovely piece of original Irish Art…….from one of our FAVORITE ARTIST’S !! Painting by popular and rapidly rising Irish Artist – Seamus Coleman of County Roscommon. This painting is titled ” Ballagh Horse Fair”. Signed on the bottom right.…

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Irish Oil on Canvas of Ballaghadereen Bog by Seamus Coleman

Irish Oil on Canvas of Ballaghadereen Bog by Seamus Coleman. Lovely piece of original Irish Art…….by one of our FAVORITE ARTIST’S !! CHECK OUT OUR BRIEF COMMENTARY: Painting by popular and rapidly rising Irish Artist – Seamus Coleman of County Roscommon. This painting is titled ” Ballaghadereen Bog”. Signed on the bottom left. GORGEOUS colors…

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Irish Oil on Canvas of Clifden Bog by Seamus Coleman

Irish Oil on Canvas of Clifden Bog by Seamus Coleman. Lovely piece of original Irish Art. CHECK OUT OUR BRIEF COMMENTARY: Painting by popular and rapidly rising Irish Artist – Seamus Coleman of Co Roscommon. Signed on the bottom front left. This painting is titled ” Clifden Bog”, Connemara, Co Galway. In Summertime……over the Centuries……Irish…

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Irish Oil on Canvas of Preparing the Champion by Seamus Coleman

Irish Oil on Canvas of Preparing the Champion by Seamus Coleman. Lovely piece of original Irish Art……..by one of our FAVORITE IRISH ARTISTS !! CHECK OUT OUR BRIEF COMMENTARY: Painting by popular and rapidly rising Irish Artist – Seamus Coleman of Co Roscommon. Signed on the bottom right. This painting is titled ” Preparing the…

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Flag by Jasper Johns

Flag by Jasper Johns 1956. Flag by Jasper Johns. Bought at Auction in Ireland……..painting originally sold by an Irish American living in West Cork, Ireland who had returned to live in Ireland in the 1970’s. When we bought it at Auction……several big art dealers were also bidding for it…….they obviously believed it to be an…

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Large Pair of Bronze Stags After Jules Moigneiz (1835 – 1894)

Large Pair of Bronze Stags After Jules Moigneiz. Imposing pair of Bronze Stags in the style of Jules Moigneiz….a well known French Bronze Sculptor. Jules Moigniez (28 May 1835 – 29 May 1894) was a French animalier sculptor who worked during the 19th century. His output was primarily cast in bronze and he frequently exhibited…

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19C Oil on Canvas of Raj or Prince with Tiger

19C Oil on Canvas of Raj or Prince with Tiger. Nice 19th Century Oil on Canvas depicting a Raj or Indian Prince relaxing with his Bengali Tiger on his palatial rug holding his ceremonial sword. Artist unknown…….circa 1890. RAJ: Raj (Hindi: राज) in different contexts means “rule”, “king”, “ruler”, “emperor” or “royalty” in the Sanskrit…

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