Perillo lithographs pen and ink from the 70s.
I don't wish to sell them, but I have a blackfoot and a Sioux. I don't see many like these. Can you give me a ballpark what they may be worth? Thanks.
Art work from 1962 from Staten Island
I have two paintings of toreodors painted in 1962. I have never seen any other subjects by this artist. It was painted as a gift from my husband for the birth of our son. Does anyone know of any other matching subject matter?
The Weaver, The Chinook, The First Explorers and The Impact.
I have signed prints of the above art by Gregory Perillo. They were given to me by the sales representative for Funk and Wagnall's encyclopedia. My recollection is that they were used as illustrations in the encyclopedia. The prints are signed and dated in the very early 1980s. Can someone help me identify these prints and their origin. Thank you Les Scott
i have a print from him my mom left me called the pout cant find it any where want to no its worth to see if i need to get it insured
Do not know the value
Yes I have a picture it's titled the stampede with perillo underneath. It has the name R. Fullerton on the picture. When my great grandmother passed away I took it off her mantle. I was wandering if you new exactly what it's worth and any information on about it. Thanks, Spencer
"The Baby Sitter" By Artist Gregory Perillo
My story is familiar with the other discussions. I am the executor to my mother's estate and came across a framed limited edition Print of "The Baby Sitter" signed by Gregory Perillo and 233/3000 editions. It is very difficult to establish a value of this print as very little information is out there concerning this print. Can you help??
How can I reach Mr. Perillo
My mother collected several plates in the Perillo collection. My mom passed last year. I would like to find out how I can replace a broken plate that was signed by the artist. It fell fromk the wall and broke the plate, the frame and glass cover. He signed the plate and it means a lot to me. It is Chief Crazy Horse 5th issue. Chieftain series. Plate # 5243. Thank you. Jeff
I recently found a large print (cardboard) of four running horses. It says "the stampede by perillo" on the bottom and has his signature in the bottom left corner- does it have any value??!
Perillo Art Painting
I have a Perillo Painting of a topless Indian women that has been in my family for a very long time. I am trying to get information about it. I have heard its a rare piece, but thats about it.
Thank you for any information
Perillo 48x24 print
My grandparents passed away and I was given a large horse print that I know nothing about. It appears to be a 48x24 print that is adhered on plywood with a wooden frame. It's signed Perillo (same signature as Gregory Perillo) but I can't seem to find the image online, so I have nothing to compare for research.
It's an image of four horses running through the grass. I can't imagine that it would be worth much, but I would love to know more about it. Are any of you familiar with this print? When I research prints, most are lithography and nothing mentions them being on plywood. It looks store made, not home applied to the plywood.
Thank you for any information you may have.
I have a perillo painting signed and dated...it is of seven horses running and on the back of the canvas it is labeled "the magnificent 7" ive seen the same picture done in bronze in the Smithsonian and was wondering if anyone had some information and value...thank you
Danbury Mint Native American Dolls by Perillo
I have come into an extensive collection of some very beautiful Native American dolls designed by Perillo and sold by Danbury mint. One of the first ones is Brave and Free, along with several others. I have all of the certificates, complete with serial numbers. Where would I have to go to find out how much these dolls are worth? And since the certificates were packed separately from the dolls, I need to know if the serial number would be found on the doll itself in order to place the proper certificate with the proper doll.This is of vital importance because I inherited them from my Mother, who was a collector of these dolls. Any help you can give me would be very helpful. Thank you.
Perillo horses running on plains
I recently took possession of this painting and would like any feedback as to the value and type and any other information as to this painting. I have been a horse lover all of my life and really enjoy this painting and am curious as to its background and heritage. Thank you.
I have a very nice Perillo print of an Indian girl and boy. Don't know what the title is but would like to know the title and what the value might be. Thanks.
Original Gregg Perillo painting
I have an original oil on canvas painting by Greg Perillo and am hoping for as much information about this painting as possible.
It is a 18" X 34" painting of three indians on horseback that is in perfect condition.
I have come across a nice painting signed Perillo of a Native American. It is a full face portrait of a middleaged man with a single feather who is wearing what appears to be a fur collared coat that is perhaps, leather. It has a C28 sticker on the back. I have searched many Perillo sites and related Indian Chief paintings and pictures. It seems that subject of the painting might be Chief Sitting Bull but I would appreciate a confirmation of the identity of the subject of the painting from a knowlegeable source. Any help would be greatly appreciated...
The painting is oil on canvas and about 16" by 26" with a nice frame. If pictures are desired, I would be happy to supply them.
Sally M. Geething
Perillo origional Art works
I met Gregory Perillo in the 70's(maybe) He produced a one man show in Mason Mich at "Doc" Budds Katalpa Horse Farm..Both Budds families purchased many origionals as they recognised that potential. "Doc" & his lovely wife are still friends,
with "GREG" (as she calls him)
and I have remained close to the Budd families. I cherish the kodack color photos we took that night,,I look forward to seeing Gregory Perillo in the future, He actually inspired me (as an artist) to do a portrait of a relative in a leopard coat...companion piece a mama leopard in matching frame. His wonderful pieces have been a source of my inspiration for decades..
plate Peaceable Kingdom at Rest
to linda from 3/27/10 in answer to your question about the plate Peaceable kingdom at rest. It should be able to tell if it an oringal by looking at the back of the plate.It would have the Certicate of Authenticity printed on the back of the plate along with the plate name, plate # and 2 signitures. one is Gregory Perillo and the other Richard Habeeb. at least that's waht is on mine only I have Peaceable Kingdom Living in Harmony. Hope this helps.Carmen
Wilbert Pierce Jr
I have a painting that is signed Perillo underlined with an arrow.The painting seems to be of jungle book, there is a young boy sitting on a rock with what seems to be a baby lamb in his lap, around him is a Brown bear, Kuala, Zebra, eagle, rabit and other animals. It is very beautiful and i would like to know it's value.
Perillo oil paintings
Original signed oil paintings by Gregory Perillo are definitely worth money. Go to e-bay and you will find two of his paintings presently for sale for more than $15,000. As for the lithograph
Peaceable Kingdom", it is only available on the secondary market so price is pretty much based on how much an individual is willing to spend for it. I am a huge Perillo fan and own this lithograph along with several others, including "Maria" and "Tender Love" and personally would never sell any of them because they are so beautiful and have been giving me joy for more than 30 years but that's me.
i have apainting by gregory perillo limited amed peaceable kingdom nations at restedition 1991 n do any body knows
about this painting
Perillo plate numbers/letters
I have eight plates in "Pride of the American Indians" set by Perillo, that I purchased when they first came out, and one got broken. What is the significance of the letters at the end of the numbers? All of my plates end with the letter "I"
gregory perillo oil painting
I own an 18x26 original oil painting signed by Gregory Perillo bought by me approx. 1949 or 1950. My sister was a student of his.
Untitled Chief Oil approx. 12 X 16
I've had my painting looked at by several people and it is authentic. You have to be persistant in your search. Unfortunately until now there hasn't been a lot of auctions carrying his works. But I just received email from AskArt telling me that there were results. You have to be a paying subscriber to get the information, but even if it's for one day it's worth the cost. My painting unfortunately has some damage that I would like to have repaired. I would love to have Mr. Perillo repair it himself, but haven't gotten the correct address to write him or phone him. Any info or guidance would be appreciated. Always glad to discuss his work.
I have a signed plate by perillo called the apache brave. it is bound in a book cover which is a collection of perillo prints. this item is in mint condition. can you give me an idea of what it could be worth ? thanks kenny
Does anyone know the value of this signed lithograph.
I have this and a self portrait bought for me by my husband many years ago and I am just curious.
gregory perillo 16x20 oil painting 1979
i would like to know the title of the painting it is a indian girl with a blue flower in her hair and i beige feather on the right side of her head she looks a little sad she has a little blue lei around her neck
Sagebrush Kids Nativity Creche
I purchased a nativity set of about 15 pieces by Mr. Perillo which was absolutely darling in Albuquerque NM about 15 years ago. All pieces are still intact. Instead of a manager there is a tepee. I keep it out all year round and have enjoyed it very much.
Cost of Two Figurines
Have one called, White Rabbit Number 0111 of 10,000. and Blue Spruce, Number 0029 of 10,000. dated 1982 in Mexico by Vague Shadows Ltd. Artist of both Gregory Periollo.
Litho Titled "Sioux"
I have to litho's from gregory, #'s 72/100 and 73/100 from the 1972 period. Both of which came from the Gallery at Shoal Creek, Austin, Texas (Mrs. Ann Haygood...Owner at that time). Both are signed by Mr. Perillo,one to my mother and the other to me. These are NOT for sale by any means, but I have been trying to find out more information and its rather difficult to say the least on his older works. Any help would be nice. Frank Walker
I am tring to find a complete list of the Chieftan I and II series
gregory perillo, artist born 1929
My sister antoinette Serio, artist, took lessons from gregory in the 60's. I still have original painting of his. His wife's name is Mary. Lives in Statin Island. Any info would be appreciated.I met him appx. 1966. Nice person!
black & white plates
I recently acquired 4 plates, with Perillo signed under the portrait. These are beautiful Native Americans. I believe they are all chiefs. The plates look like Lenox, bone in color, with the Gold edge. The portraits are Black, no color at all. I can't find any others like them online. On the back of the plates, in marker- it looks like- they are marked Proof 1-B through 4-B. Does anyone know anything about plates like these? I can email pictures if it helps. Thank You.
little indian brave with eagle
my comment or question is for the man (donald counard)who was asking about his painting i have the same painting and was wondering if he had any luck on finding anything out about his if so please e-mail me if you dont mind and let me know
Perillo Apache Brave
I have a figurine by Perillo dated 1983 called Apache Brave. It's only 4-1/4" tall. Any idea what it's worth?
I would greatly appreciate ANYONE who could help me authenticate the signature on my painting and what the title of it is. I have tried numerous places for help, but no luck. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Perillo watch design
I have a watch designed by Perillo which is signed. I wanted to know if anyone has any information about this watch. It's silver cuff with turquois and coral.
I also found a painting with 4 horses running in the plaines. It has his signature. No date. Any value? Same as Danielle Cochran in this e-mail from 2006
untitled Perillo Painting---undated---but appears very old---possibly a ver
I have tried for sometime to get my painting authenticated. Talked to 2 major galleries and still have been unable to get it authenticated. Unless it is worth their effort, you get tossed aside. I am responding mainly because Stephanie mentioned the appearance of ff after the signature. My painting has this as well----however if you look closely you will realize that it is actually an arrow drawn from the "O" in Perillo. I have not seen this ever mentioned about one of his works before. I wish someone would at least give an address for Mr. Perillo or at least let us know how we can contact him. I had a lead from a sight about a yr. ago and supposedly they were going to review my photos and get back to me, but I have not heard anything since. This sight was suppose to represent him and the sale of his works. Someone out there has got to have information. Mr. Perillo is up in years and I would hate to have the possibility of authentication to be lost. Thanks for any leads!!!
Heartbeats Louder Than Drums
I am still looking for information. When was the first publication, how many were printed and it's value of today.
Perillo painting, original
Met him and his wife, Mary, in Staten Island, my sister Antoinette was his student. I bought one of his paintings, wonderful person. see Lee, 4/4/2004
My parents also went to his studio on Staten Island and purchased "beautiful picture of an indian, my mother had her choice of paintings" My aunt- Ann Serio was a student/friend of Gregory's. She has since passed away, but her art still lives on!
I would love to have paperwork that show what he has made of sagebrush kids. I have quite a few of them. And looking for more. Would like to know how many and the names of them.
Gregory Perillo Art
We own two 16" by 20" original oil paintings by Gregory Perillo that we purchased directly from Gregory in his Staten Island studio in 1982. They are entitled "Mary Leaf" and "White Beaver."
We also have an 15" by 18" artist proof of a Siux plate.
We would be most appreciative if we can be told how to assess the value of this wonderful art.
Gloria Star Whyte
I own three paintings by Mr. Perillo that were my parents Raymond and Madeline Whyte who once new Mr. Perillo. I have stared at these paintings throughout my childhood having no idea who the artist was. Today I am proud to own such fine art and finally now know the man behind this beatiful work.
Doris T. King
In the early 60's, Mr. Perillo's brother had a photo studio in Port Richmond on Forest Ave. which is on Staten Island where I was born. He told me of his soon to be famous brother, Gregorhy, and talked me into having my portrait done in oil as a present for my mother. It still hangs in her living room and I'm so glad I had it done all those years ago.