Mrs Julie Crawford
"Catch of the Day"
I have a print/Lythograph of "Catch of the Day". It belonged to my Italian Great Grandfather. I would like to know whether it is a limited addition or as the saying goes two a penny! Does it have a value or not. I have had it many years now and love it.
Eugen De Blaas
We have inherited a Eugen De Blaas print. It is extremely old and looks to be in original fram. The print is apparently just a photgraph of an original titled "Rival" I have looked and looked and cannot find anything on this print. I would like to know when it was painted and if taking a black and white photograph of an actual painting was something done a lot and if so what time period. I have no history on this print. Thanks so much for any help you can provide.
E de Blaas print
My husband and I have a print that was handed down from his great grandmother. It is a print with a young man and a woman leaning against a sideboard. He is leaning into her as if whispering in her ear. He has a red top with a charcoal scarf. Does anyone know the name of this print or have any info on it??
Eugen V. Blaas
I have received a response from a rep. of Gumps. He does not have records dating 100 years back and could not find evidence of Gumps selling Blaas. I have seen at least 6 examples of people with Blaas works with Gumps seals on the back asking what they have. The rep said Gumps may have just framed the painting and Gumps may have been the "place" to get paintings framed. Does anyone know that the paintings were purchased from Gumps? I read they had buyers in Europe in a book from 1947 about Gumps. I found their clientèle was a virtual who's who of California history if not that of the USA. I found Gumps was on Geary before the 1906 Quake and was on California for a year or so after the Quake before moving to Union Square. I have contacted Christie's for information and I have a few weeks before I expect to get a reply. There seems to be a prejudice about the small size of my painting here on the West Coast. Those of you who have larger painting my get a more enthusiastic response.
Hello, we have 2 paints from Blaas
both was painted in 1887, they could be original, if i'm not wrong the paints name is :
THE OFFER , and the other one is ACCEPTED, these paint are here long time ago, my gramma says befor WW2 so i wellcome any information would be appreciated.
we have a painting by e.v. blaas:abgeblihzt(?) it is on this website. Any info welcomed
Name Of Picture
I have a painting of a woman in a blue dress prunning roses and holding a basket in her arm and wearing a hat.any infon on the artist or the name of the painting would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you.
Eugene DeBlaas Painting
I am interested in knowing the title of a painting by Eugene DeBlass. It has two women standing by a waist high stone structure. One women is in front of the structure and one is behind it. The two women are holding hands. If you know the title or anything about this painting, I would appreciate your help. Thank you.
Does anyone know if a new Catalogue Raisonne is being written on this painting. I am aware of Austrian one already published, but have heard that new one is in process. Thanks
E de blass painting
My grandfather owns an old paint,that may be original work by E.Blass.It is a picture of a woman holding a basket of roses.
Any information would be appreciated.
I recently inherited a painting by E.V. Blaas that has been in our family for many, many years. I don't know whether it is an original or an oil reproduction. It is a painting of a suitor holding a rose behind his back, standing in front of 3 women. One woman is standing, one is sitting in a chair, and one is sitting against a pillar. I would greatly appreciate any information that someone may have on it. It is in a very ornate gilded frame and sealed securely in the back.
E. v. Blaas painting
I have what appears to be an original oil painting. The back of the frame has a sticker from S and G Gump Company in San Francisco, Ca on Geary Street. this belonged to my grandmother, who resided in San Francisco. I'm hesitant to remove the backing at this time as it is very old and in large gilded frame. Any info on value or where to find info? It's a painting of a peasant girl with a wooden washing bucket nearby.
Eugene Von Blaas
I have a print by Eugene Von
Blaas. It is two children with a little girl bottom showing and a young boy peeling a fruit. It has an embossment from the 1892 Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois
Eugene von Blaas
am trying to find information on a a black and white print by Eugene Von Blaas....it belonged to my great grandmother. It is of two children with a little girls bottom showing and a young boy peeling some kind of fruit. It has an embossment from the 1892 Columbian Exposition Chicago Illinois.
Painting by F. Mohgan
Want info on painting called "Meadow Sweet" by F. Mohgan, Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1885 by Max Jacoby in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Engraved by Achille Jacquet. London pubished November 23, 21885 by Arthur Tooth & Sons, 5 & 6, Haymarket L. W. Copyright Registered.
large print titled
puppentheater it depicts a courtyard mainly mothers and daughters gathered around a punch and judy show whilst a young man leant against a wall looks on
looks to have an embossed seal .
printers berlin, new york,
would be intrested to learn more any information
would be appreciated
I have a large lithopgraph of "The Scandal" by E.deBlass. It reads - London Published March 15, 1886 by Arthur Tooth & Sons, 5&6 Haymarket Sw. Copyright Registered Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1886 by Messrs. Kradler & Co in the office of the Librarian of Congress of Washington.
Photo Engraved by Goupil & Co. There is also an embossed seal 'ATS' on the botton left.
Can anyone give me information
I have what may be the first print of the "suitor" when deblaas was applying to congress for copywrights. It is signed by e.deBlaas and dated 1884. Across the top of the print in fine letters is this: London published february 2nd 1885 by Arthur Tooth & Sons 5&6 Haymarket L.W. copywright entered according to registered act of congress in the year 1885 by Miss.Knoedler &Co. in the office of the Librarian of congress in Washington. I am curious about this print and can find no info on it. I'm only assuming it is a print of the suitor as i have never been able to view a copy of it. any info would be great.
I have always owned what looks like a photogragh with a blueish tinge of 3 women on a balcony. Its been dated 1898 and bears Eugene von Blaas signature. Its in a very tatty frame and on the back a gallery stamp for R Wagner in Munich. I am curious about this so any feedback would be appreciated.
Janine Calvert Biagi
I have what may be the "Courtship" work. It is a zinc mezzotint signed and dated 1887. The colors are still extremely vibrant [[]after 118 years] It was given to me by a dear lover who has since passed. I'm not interested in selling, but am interested in learning more about the artist. Please email me.