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Kenji Kusaka (b. 1936),

Ships From: Cincinnati, OH US

Description: Kenji (Ken) Kusaka (b. 1936), "Red with Shadows", Original woodblock print, 1982, Limited edition 9/80, signed and dated in the artist's pencil. This brilliant red woodblock print evokes an abstract landscape with bold jagged forms punctuating a distant horizon. -- Kusaka was born in the country in Tsuyama in Okayama Prefecture. He studied woodblock printing for five years with Nagare Koji (b.1905), a member of the Nihon Hanga-in (Japanese Print Institute), who taught in Okayama. He exhibited in the international print biennales of Ljublanja, Sao Paulo, Florence, Xylon and Tokyo. His later print works show abstract forms in daring colors. The artist's medium is the traditional Japanese woodblock. His works are in the Tokyo National Museum and the Library of Congress in Washington. At times, the artist signs his prints with "KEN".

Condition Report: Very good

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Giuseppe Castiglione (1829-1908),

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Description: Giuseppe Castiglione (1829Ð1908), "The Uninvited Guest", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 36"x64", signed, framed. This beautiful piece depicts a man interupting a wedding party, to the dismay of the attendees. Castiglione masterfully depicts the emotional facial expressions of the guests as well as the lighting, perspective, and decorative details of the room. -- Born in Naples, Italy, Castiglione moved to moved to Paris early in his career and is thought to have studied painting there. He started exhibiting his paintings in Paris and Turin. He was a member of the Societaire des Artistes and was awarded honorable mention at the 1861 Salon exhibition.He was awarded a medal at the Salon exhibition of 1869. At the Exposition Universelle of 1900, Castiglione was awarded a bronze medal. He was decorated with the Legion d'honneur in 1893.

Condition Report: Good

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Eunshin Khang,

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Description: Eunshin Khang, "Millennium", Original oil painting, Oil on canvas, 60"x48", signed. This large abstract painting creates atmosphere with red and yellow forms reminiscent of archways. -- Khang earned a BFA and MA at Weha WomanÕs University in Seoul Korea, and an MFA at University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has shown her work in the U.S. and abroad and has taught at Miami University and University of Cincinnati.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Eunshin Khang,

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Description: Eunshin Khang, "Millennium II", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 60"x50", signed. This large abstract painting creates atmosphere with red and yellow forms reminiscent of archways. -- Khang earned a BFA and MA at Weha WomanÕs University in Seoul Korea, and an MFA at University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has shown her work in the U.S. and abroad and has taught at Miami University and University of Cincinnati.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Fritz Winter (1905 - 1976),

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Description: Fritz Winter (1905 - 1976), "Naechtliches (Nightly)", Original painting, 27 1/2"x 19 3/4", Oil on paper, 1951. This abstract work features black and white forms interacting on a dark brown background with red textured highlights. -- Fritz Winter was born in Altenbšgge, Germany near Unna on 22 September 1905. In 1919 he began an apprenticeship as an electrician and worked as a miner. At the beginning of the 1920s, he made his first attempts in drawing and painting. In 1927 he applied successfully to the Bauhaus in Dessau, where he studied for three years under Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and Oskar Schlemmer. In 1929 Winter participated in the exhibition "Junge Bauhausmaler". He became acquainted with Ernst Ludwig and Erna Kirchner, whom he visited repeatedly in Davos, Switzerland. After his studies, Winter taught at the PŠdagogische Akademie in Halle. In 1933 he moved to Munich, and in 1935 to Dieben on the Ammersee in Bayern, Germany. The National Socialists declared his art "degenerate"* and banned him from exhibiting his works. Fritz Winter was drafted in 1939 and sent to the eastern front. He was captured by the Russians shortly before the end of the war and not released until 1949. During the war, he drew the so-called "Feldskizzen" in small sketchbooks, which prepared his famous series "TriebkrŠfte der Erde".? Immediately after his return Fritz Winter was co-founder of the group "Zen 49" and soon joined the European avant-garde* movement. Elaborating his works of the 1930s, which were made under the influence of the Bauhaus, Winter developed his own pictorial* language, which set him apart from the Informel. In 1955, Winter began teaching at the Landeskunstschule in Hamburg, and two years later, he was appointed professor at the Staatliche Hochschule fŸr Bildende KŸnste in Kassel. In the same year, and again in 1959, he exhibited at "Documenta" I and II*. Winter received numerous prizes, e.g. the Cornelius-prize of the city of DŸsseldorf in 1956, the International Graphics prize Tokyo in 1957 as well as the prize of the International building exhibition Berlin and the prize of the World Fair in Brussels in 1958. In 1959 he fell ill as an after-effect of his war injuries. On the occasion of his 60th birthday, the artist was honoured with large retrospectives in several German cities. He received the "Grobes Bundesverdienstkreuz" in 1969. He retired from his chair in Kassel in 1970 and returned to Diessen on the Ammersee. A Fritz-Winter-House was opened in Ahlen in 1975. Fritz Winter died on 1 October 1976 at Herrsching am Ammersee, Germany. Even before his death Winter was considered one of the more famous German post-war artists.

Condition Report: Good

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Barbara Heimann,

Ships From: Cincinnati, OH US

Description: Barbara Heimann, "Sailboats, Provence", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 18"x24", signed, framed. This lively work depicts colorful buildings lining the shore beside a marina. Sailboats glide through the harbor in the distance. -- An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, b. 1943). The image depicts a lovely harbor scene with sailboat at the end of the dock. Colorful buildings are reflected in the water and stand out amid the tree lined shore. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Fritz Winter (1905 - 1976),

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Description: Fritz Winter (1905 - 1976), "Helle vor dem Dunkel (Bright Before Dark)", Original monotype print, 1950. This abstract work is a one of a kind monotype print featuring bold black mark making and use of negative space. -- Fritz Winter was born in Altenbšgge, Germany near Unna on 22 September 1905. In 1919 he began an apprenticeship as an electrician and worked as a miner. At the beginning of the 1920s, he made his first attempts in drawing and painting. In 1927 he applied successfully to the Bauhaus in Dessau, where he studied for three years under Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and Oskar Schlemmer. In 1929 Winter participated in the exhibition "Junge Bauhausmaler". He became acquainted with Ernst Ludwig and Erna Kirchner, whom he visited repeatedly in Davos, Switzerland. After his studies, Winter taught at the PŠdagogische Akademie in Halle. In 1933 he moved to Munich, and in 1935 to Dieben on the Ammersee in Bayern, Germany. The National Socialists declared his art "degenerate"* and banned him from exhibiting his works. Fritz Winter was drafted in 1939 and sent to the eastern front. He was captured by the Russians shortly before the end of the war and not released until 1949. During the war, he drew the so-called "Feldskizzen" in small sketchbooks, which prepared his famous series "TriebkrŠfte der Erde".? Immediately after his return Fritz Winter was co-founder of the group "Zen 49" and soon joined the European avant-garde* movement. Elaborating his works of the 1930s, which were made under the influence of the Bauhaus, Winter developed his own pictorial* language, which set him apart from the Informel. In 1955, Winter began teaching at the Landeskunstschule in Hamburg, and two years later, he was appointed professor at the Staatliche Hochschule fŸr Bildende KŸnste in Kassel. In the same year, and again in 1959, he exhibited at "Documenta" I and II*. Winter received numerous prizes, e.g. the Cornelius-prize of the city of DŸsseldorf in 1956, the International Graphics prize Tokyo in 1957 as well as the prize of the International building exhibition Berlin and the prize of the World Fair in Brussels in 1958. In 1959 he fell ill as an after-effect of his war injuries. On the occasion of his 60th birthday, the artist was honoured with large retrospectives in several German cities. He received the "Grobes Bundesverdienstkreuz" in 1969. He retired from his chair in Kassel in 1970 and returned to Diessen on the Ammersee. A Fritz-Winter-House was opened in Ahlen in 1975. Fritz Winter died on 1 October 1976 at Herrsching am Ammersee, Germany. Even before his death Winter was considered one of the more famous German post-war artists.

Condition Report: Good

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Price: $3,000

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Chuck Marshall,

Ships From: Cincinnati, OH US

Description: Chuck Marshall, "Horse in Pasture", Original oil painting, Oil on canvas, 36"x48", signed, framed. Marshall captures a beautiful chestnut stallion grazing beside a white farm fence. -- Chuck Marshall (Charles W. Marshall, Jr.) was born in Wilmington, Ohio, in 1957. He spent hours each day sketching images of fields and hillsides that he would see while roaming the countryside. He attended one year at the Art Academy of Cincinnati before moving to southern California, where he studied at the California Art Institute. While out west he studied with various artists that worked in the Southwest and California Plein-Aire styles. Throughout his career, Chuck has also worked as an illustrator and graphic designer. His fine art has been published in International Artist and American Artist Magazine.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $7,500

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Chuck Marshall,

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Description: Chuck Marshall, "Peaceful Valley", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 36"x48", signed, framed. This lovely painting captures a lush and verdant green landscape. Sunlight shines on a grove of trees with rolling blue mountains in the background. -- Chuck Marshall (Charles W. Marshall, Jr.) was born in Wilmington, Ohio, in 1957. He spent hours each day sketching images of fields and hillsides that he would see while roaming the countryside. He attended one year at the Art Academy of Cincinnati before moving to southern California, where he studied at the California Art Institute. While out west he studied with various artists that worked in the Southwest and California Plein-Aire styles. Throughout his career, Chuck has also worked as an illustrator and graphic designer. His fine art has been published in International Artist and American Artist Magazine.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Chuck Marshall,

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Description: Chuck Marshall, "Light and Shadow", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 24"x30", signed, framed. This beautifully rendered winter landscape captures sunlight streaming through a snow-laden grove of pine trees. -- Chuck Marshall (Charles W. Marshall, Jr.) was born in Wilmington, Ohio, in 1957. He spent hours each day sketching images of fields and hillsides that he would see while roaming the countryside. He attended one year at the Art Academy of Cincinnati before moving to southern California, where he studied at the California Art Institute. While out west he studied with various artists that worked in the Southwest and California Plein-Aire styles. Throughout his career, Chuck has also worked as an illustrator and graphic designer. His fine art has been published in International Artist and American Artist Magazine.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $5,500

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Chuck Marshall,

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Description: Chuck Marshall, "The Red Barn", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 30"x40", signed, framed. This pastoral landscape depicts a herd of cattle grazing in a field beside a pond. A red barn stands out in the distance before a grove of trees. -- Chuck Marshall (Charles W. Marshall, Jr.) was born in Wilmington, Ohio, in 1957. He spent hours each day sketching images of fields and hillsides that he would see while roaming the countryside. He attended one year at the Art Academy of Cincinnati before moving to southern California, where he studied at the California Art Institute. While out west he studied with various artists that worked in the Southwest and California Plein-Aire styles. Throughout his career, Chuck has also worked as an illustrator and graphic designer. His fine art has been published in International Artist and American Artist Magazine.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Chuck Marshall,

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Description: Chuck Marshall, "Daniel Carter Beard Bridge", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 30"x40", signed, framed. This urban landscape captures the iconic yellow Beard Bridge crossing the Ohio River from Cincinnati to Northern Kentucky from the vantage point of Columbia Parkway. -- Chuck Marshall (Charles W. Marshall, Jr.) was born in Wilmington, Ohio, in 1957. He spent hours each day sketching images of fields and hillsides that he would see while roaming the countryside. He attended one year at the Art Academy of Cincinnati before moving to southern California, where he studied at the California Art Institute. While out west he studied with various artists that worked in the Southwest and California Plein-Aire styles. Throughout his career, Chuck has also worked as an illustrator and graphic designer. His fine art has been published in International Artist and American Artist Magazine.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Egret", Original painting, 7 1/8"x8 3/4", Gouache on paper. This lovely watercolor captures a majestic egret wading in the shallows. Sunlight shines through his show white feathers, as he stands out against dark brush and ochre grasses. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "White Ash Mounds", Original painting, 18"x24", Oil on canvas. Spurling's abstracted landscape depicts a highly textured field dotted with voluminous mounds of white ash and rendered in grey, brown, and blue tones. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Red Barn", Original painting, 6"x14 3/8", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Barns with White Wall", Original painting, 8 1/4"x 11 3/4, Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Train Yard", Original painting, 11"x15", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Marblehead Light and Lingering Ice", Original painting, 13 1/4"x9 3/4", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "A Spring Morning at Marblehead", Original painting, 13 1/2"x8 1/4", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Marblehead Lighthouse", Original painting, 14 1/4"x10 1/4", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Lorain W. Breakwater Lighthouse", Original painting, 10"x14", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Vermillion Lighthouse", Original painting, 14"x10 1/8", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "North Head Light", Original painting, 14"x10 3/8", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Barns with White Wall", Original painting, 10 1/4" x 14 3/8", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "North Head Light (Improvisation)", Original painting, 8 3/4"x 9 3/4", Gouache on paper. This lovely watercolor depicts the shores and terrain surrounding the North Head Lighthouse, which was was constructed in 1897 overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It is part of Cape Disappointment State Park and was built on North Head, a rocky promontory located near Cape Disappointment and the mouth of the Columbia River, close to Ilwaco, Washington. Signed by the artist at the lower right edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Yellow Mustard Field with Grey Barn", Original painting, Gouache on paper. This lovely watercolor depicts a beautiful field of flowering mustard plants. A grey barn and grove of trees dot the horizon. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Winter in Art Deco, Huron Lighthouse", Original painting, 12"x16", Acrylic on canvas. This captivating work depicts the Huron Harbor Light, reflected in clear waters of Huron Harbor, Lake Erie. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower right edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Icescape", Original painting, 10"x16", Acrylic on canvas board. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. This abstracted landscape captures sheets of ice atop lake waters in hues of white and blue. Thick layers of paint create texture on the surface of the work. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "White Barn", Original painting, 22"x28", Acrylic on canvas. This abstracted landscape captures a traditional subject with a modern sensibility. A bucolic farm scene is depicted in fields of muted grey, blue, and olive hues. - Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Lorain W. Breakwater Lighthouse", Original painting, 11 1/8"x14", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Marblehead, Ice Bound", Original painting, 10 1/4"x14", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Secluded Beach", Original painting, 8 1/8"x 11 1/4", Gouache on paper. This captivating landscape depicts a secluded beach from the vantage point of a hilltop. A small break in the dark green pines gives the viewer a glimpse of crystal blue waters washing onto the sands. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Headland", Original painting, 9 1/4"x11", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Shifting Surf, Oregon", Original painting, 11 1/8"x8 1/4, Gouache on paper. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Sea Stacks", Original painting, 10 1/4"x14 1/4", Gouache on paper. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower right edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Ice Breaking Up, Lake Erie", Original painting, 8 1/4" x 10 1/4", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Icescape, Huron Harbor", Original painting, 8"x10 1/4", Gouache on paper. This lovely watercolor captures an icy landscape with lavender and purple hues receding from white glistening ice sheets and a dark rocky shoreline. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Surf and Rocks", Original painting, 9"x12", Acrylic on canvas board. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Ice, Smoke, and Fog", Original painting, 10"x18", Acrylic on canvas. This abstracted winter landscape captures a stark hillside with industrial smokestacks rising behind. The artist includes a glimpse of a factory in the distance, opposite a richly textured and layered shoreline in grey and slate blue tones. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "The Blue Railing", Original painting, 10 3/4"x14", Acrylic on canvas. Spurling's seascape is punctuated with voluminous mounds of dark clouds, pierced with sunlight, which contrast with glassy waters and the stark lines of a metal railing on a pier. An orange structure appears near the egde, grounding the viewer and providing a bright visual contrast against a canvas predominated by a mixture of grey and blue tones. Signed and dated by the artist at the lower left edge. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Lee Spurling (b. 1935),

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Description: Lee Spurling (b. 1935), "Lorain Breakwater Light", Original painting, 10"x14", Gouache on paper. -- Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, OH, Spurling American, is a lifelong artist and painter that comes from a unique background and experience. He focuses on the elemental beauty and drama of life through poignant portrayals of the American landscape. His work is inspired by his own encounters and personal impressions. As a child, Spurling studied in the studio of painter Charles Sutton, who became his mentor. He continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the University of Cincinnati DAAP program. Spurling continued to paint while teaching art and fly-fishing, in addition to freelancing in journalism, advertising, and retail design. He traveled extensively through the U.S. and Canada, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Numerous private collectors and organizations have acquired and commissioned his work, including the Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, and the Margaree Museum in Nova Scotia. His artwork has also been published in several books, newspapers, and magazines.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Harbor Scene", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 14"x18", signed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts a lovely harbor scene with sailboat at the end of the dock. Colorful buildings are reflected in the water and stand out amid the tree lined shore. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Table on the Veranda", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 30"x30", signed, framed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts a delightful scene on the veranda overlooking a harbor. The table is set with festive Mackenzie-Childs pottery with a vibrant bouquet of red and yellow roses and wildflowers. A arrangements of grapes, oranges, plums, cherries, and limes fill the pottery and spill over onto the table beside a bowl of goldfish. In the background sailboats glide through the water and cottages line the shore. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Sunflowers in Purple Vase", Oil on canvas, 12"x9", signed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts a bouquet of sunflowers in a purple glass vase, against an ambiguous colorful backdrop. The image has been rendered in thick impasto paint, giving the painting a wonderfully three-dimensional, relief-style quality. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, ""Red and Orange Roses"", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 12"x9", framed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts a floral arrangement of roses in red, orange, and pink hues presented in a white vase decorated with a swirling blue floral motif. The colorful blooms stand out against a blue background. The image has been rendered in thick impasto paint with an abstracted stippling effect, giving the painting a wonderfully surface texture. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Gardenias", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 12"x9", signed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts a floral arrangement of white gardenias presented in a green vase decorated with a swirling vine motif. The image has been rendered in thick impasto paint with an abstracted stippling effect, giving the painting a wonderfully surface texture. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Pink and Yellow Roses", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 10"x10", signed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts an arrangement of pink and yellow roses in a glass vase, against a lightly lined pink backdrop. The image has been rendered in thick impasto paint, giving the painting a wonderfully three-dimensional, relief-style quality. Signed by the artist in marker to the verso. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Pink Roses", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 10"x10", signed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 - ). The image depicts an arrangement of vibrant pink roses and wildflowers in a glass vase, against a pink and green backdrop. The image has been rendered in thick impasto paint, giving the painting a wonderfully three-dimensional, relief-style quality. Signed by the artist along the right edge. Barbara Heimann's work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Barbara Heimann,

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Description: Barbara Heimann, "Colorful Roses in a Red Room", Original painting, Oil on canvas, 12"x12", signed. An original oil painting by well-listed contemporary Impressionist artist Barbara Heimann (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1943 Ð ). The image depicts an arrangement of pink, yellow, and white roses in a glass vase, surrounded by white and blue wildflowers. The bouquet is set against a vibrant red backdrop. The image has been rendered in thick impasto paint, giving the painting a wonderfully three-dimensional, relief-style quality. Signed by the artist along the right bottom edge. Ñ Barbara HeimannÕs work can be found in many corporate and private collections. She studied art at the Cincinnati Art Academy, the University of Cincinnati, and Central Art Academy.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $400

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