Vintage Fine Art Paintings
To some people music is the cure for all stresses, others itâ€™s the sound of the ocean or the wind racing across a landscape. Then to many itâ€™s all the emotion that went into creating a stirring work of art. We donâ€™t pretend to be art experts; we are certainly not the stereotypical stuffy fine art connoisseur. You know them at the art gallery exhibits or museum curators who strain so hard trying to impress with gratuitous language. Maybe you've encountered their pretentious persona often stereotypical of the fine art socials.
No, weâ€™re just collectors of primitive fine art, primarily from the 18th, 19th and early 20th century. There is just something alluring, even fascinating about a work of art that has far outlived itâ€™s master and will continue on long after weâ€™re gone. For the collector of vintage, itâ€™s the historic look and feel, a moment in time captured on canvas. When I look at our Battle Ship scene from 1894, I wonder what it was like to be onboard sweating and loading another canon ball. Or, the baby in the 18th century painting, what did he grow up to be and how long did he live. I guess thatâ€™s what art does to me, it makes me dream. We all have our own personal story. And, it belongs to no one else but us.
Our collection is primarily made up of 18th and 19th Century stunning seascapes, breath-taking landscapes, stimulating portraits and a few unusual gems. I hope you enjoy our selection.
Most of our vintage art is signed by a "Listed Artist" and for some we list auction result examples for that artist's work. On others without a signature? Well, these were such incredibly amazing works of art, we just didn't care if there was a signature or not. One such example is the amazing "Spectacular Waterfall", . What an astonishing piece. We think you will agree.