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U.S.Census 1880 New York
John P(arker)Davis,self,married,male,white,48,born in NH,engraver,father born in NH,mother born in NH//Warren B.Davis,son,single,married,white,14,born in NY,at school,father born in NH,mother born in IN
I have three oil paintings (8x10 each)by Warren Davis. One is entitled Dance of the Nymphs, the others, one dark, one bright are also of nude women by water. There is a note attached thanking my grandfather for showing affirmation of his work by buying the three. I would love to know if anyone has any more information about him....
warren davis printThe Frog
I have a print that is in a 8 x 10 frame. It is the picture of a nude. It says The Frog in the lower left corner. It is numbered 47/150 and is signed Warren Davis. can you tell me anything about it. Thank You.
Warren B. Davis
I have a picture by Warren Davis. I don't know if it is a print or what. It is framed and the label on the back of the picture says Est. 1859. David Bondannis, Fine Art Rooms.105East Baltimore Street, Baltimore. #7224. Can anyone help me with any information? The subject is a victorian lady with a collie dog sitting next to her on a chair or bed. Thanks!
warren davis print by edward cross
I have a print of a warren davis piece it is in color and was printed by edward cross of new york. It has 6 figures in it three on the far left dancing in a circle and three women on the far right one bathing in a stream and two others standing on the bank. Any idea on the title of this piece or its age??
My grandmother was a model for Warren Davis, as well as a close friend, and I have several of his original sketches, including those used for Vanity Fair. I would be happy to share information with anyone who is interested.