gleam of sunshine
my mother inherited a print the e name of it is called < a gleam of sunshine> the name of the painter is J.W GOYYARD/GIZZARD and was printed by F.R.LONDON E.C it is still in the original frame which looks like some form of plaster and has some chips in it please could you give some information on this thank you
Painting signed Douglas Graham
I have aquite large painting in original oak frame, signed Douglas Graham... of what looks like an Australian scene, I may e wrong.
There are two white swans in foreground, on a river with waterlilies, and trees and vegetation on the banks..in background is a wooden punt like boat and in background are hills. I would love to know about this painting and about the artist... response welcome
douglas earl graham 1879-1954
I bought 2 copies [I assume] of Douglas Graham paintings in Okehampton, Devon, U.K. in 1967.One shows deer by a stream in a bluebell wood, the other shows a group of sheep by a pond bounded by clusters of scots pine or larch. They are scenes very typical of what I remember from my early life in Devon [I'll be 94 within a month]. In particular the scene of the deer in the wood is very similar to the scenery which can be found in areas such as Exmoor or Dartmoor in S.W.England.I wouldn't part with these paintings for any price!
bluebell riverscene inforest with grazing deer
anyone know if this is a scots
scene or irish its around 1900,or so its not a print & its under glass in a brassy wood
fram hanging by wire and never
opened from back . would
welcome any response
Have just acquired watercolour (? - definitely not print)of Australian scene (eucalypt trees, horse & cart, landscape etc)signed lower left Douglas Graham in black. Typical period landscape scene from 1920's (which fits in)So he may have been in Australia at this time.Frame is large American Oak wood with leaves, nuts etc applied to outer layer of frame.No title.
Info on this artist seems not much, also a few copies from are around, mine from UK now in Australia, are they worth insuring!!! or not. It seems that Douglas Graham may never have left California, so where did the Scottish paintings appear from?
Love to know more as enjoy the pics
Well, hello Phil Rogers. I have 'Salmon Stream near Killin.', copyright 1051. Have you learned anything about this artist? This piece has been in my family for many years.
I have the same signed Douglas Graham with the long haired cattle. Bought in Indiana around 1992. The shop said it was clled the "The Edge of Loch Awe" but I haven't been able to confirm.
Douglas Graham long haired cows
Around 1981, I aquired a old charcoal of long haired scottish cows in a landscape of trees and river. Frame is old 22x34 with leaded glass, picture is 14x24, and signed by Douglas Graham. Bought at flea market in Nevada.
Douglas Graham ship painting
My girlfriend has the same print and am looking for info on it too......
Up Channel with a Fair Wind
douglas graham ship painting
I have a print,Up channel with a fair wind printed by F.R.in London England No.526 Could you give me any information on this print?
Have two paintings both landscapes with sheep. Look old. Anyone know anything about the artist and his work.
Douglas Earl Graham
I have 2 landscapes, prints of deer grazing. They are very old and they appear to be in the original frames. Can you give me any info on these pieces?
At Set of Sun black and white print Douglas Graham
any info i would appreciate
up channel with a fair wind
seeking info regarding the print published by Fillicc Rosensliel, London E.C.
I have acquired a black and white by Douglas Graham, the name is " Mist Pine & Bracken".
It is a very old picture and appears to be in the original frame. Can you give me any info on this piece?