Monthly Archives: July 2015

Frederick Varley Art

I picked up a couple of pieces this week which were created because an artist found a niche in the market and needed money.  This allowed him to survive and eventually move to Canada where he continued and expanded his … Continue reading

Posted in Aquatint, Watercolour paintings | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Naive Art

I come across pieces of naive art as I continue to build my collection.  #NaiveArt has a child-like quality but is not childish in any way.  Often one considers that the creators of this type of art are untrained but that … Continue reading

Posted in Lithographs, Watercolour paintings | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A ‘More’ Portrait

I acquired a fine print this past week.  An historical figure from England.  A man who had power and influence in government.  The print is done by a man well respected in the art.  They lived some 250 years apart. … Continue reading

Posted in Etching | Tagged , , | Leave a comment