DAUBIGNY – DAVIS - DECKER – DEGAS – DEAS – de HEEM – DELANEY – DEWING – DIXON – DOUGHTY
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Artists are listed alphabetically.
CHARLES-FRANCOIS DAUBIGNY (1817–1878)
The Beach at Villerville at Sunset, 1873, oil on canvas, 30-1/4" x 55-1/2"; c. 1880s European painting frame, gilded applied composition ornament on wood; Torn paper label verso: UNION LEAGUE CLUB/ OF BROOKLYN / Owner ... / Subject ... / Artist ... / Return to ... / Bklyn Molding width: 7-1/4” Period frame from Gill & Lagodich. "Though connected to the Barbizon group, the landscape artist Daubigny spent much of his career far from the group's favored hamlet just southeast of Paris. The painting here depicts one of his own favorite spots—the remote fishing village of Villerville on the Normandy coast. With broken, summary brushstrokes and brilliant touches of yellow and orange, he casts a dramatic expanse of beach in the rosy sunset. Daubigny's rapid painting technique and passion for capturing the fleeting effects of nature's color and light directly anticipate the art of the Impressionists." — permanent collection label. Painting, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. 71.635 Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA.
STUART DAVIS (1892– 1964)
Electric Bulb, 1924, oil on board, 24" x 18-1/8". Framed by Gill & Lagodich for the Dallas Museum of Art. Custom-made replica frame, c. 1930s American Modernist molding; wide flat cassetta profile. Hand-rubbed patinated gesso finish. Molding width: 3-1/2” Painting © Estate of Stuart Davis; Dallas Museum of Art, Fine Arts Collectible Fund.
JAN DAVIDSZ de HEEM (1606–1684)
Still Life, ca. 1640–50, oil on canvas, 33-1/16 x 43-1/16 inches, 20th-century Dutch-style ebonized carved wood molding, reverse profile, gilded sight edge. Molding Width: 6-3/4”. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Fund. Photo: David Stover.
THOMAS WILMER DEWING (1851 – 1938)
Portrait Of A Lady Holding A Rose, 1912, oil on canvas, 21-1/4 x 16-1/4 inches; c. 1895-1905 American Stanford White painting frame; gilded composition ornament over wood; attached grille design, molding width: 6-5/8”, custom-made replica frame fabricated in the Gill & Lagodich studios. Frame commissioned by the Terra Foundation for American Art. Painting, Daniel J. Terra Collection, 1999.46T
MAYNARD DIXON (1875–1946)
Running Bird, 1910, watercolor, 22" x 15" Custom-made replica of early 20th-century American painting frame, gilded hand-carved wood; attr. Milch Galleries, NY maker; molding width: 3-3/4” Frame commissioned by the Petrie Institute of Western Art, Denver Art Museum.