Trying to find value for L.Jambor print number 101, "Twinkle Toes"
Acquired print of painting which is signed in lower right hand corner. There are two grown women one at the piano, & one playing a gold harp. There are 3 young girls wearing blue ballet attire. One of the girls is wearing toe ballet shoes as the rest of them look on as she performs her ballet. In a gold colored frame. On the back it says Marko Manufacturers, 71 W. Main Street, Bergenfield, NJ - It also says Exclusively designed & styled for Suzie Love Norman. My grandmother willed this to me & she died in 1988 & was 89 so she acquired it a long time ago. Any feed back will be appreciated.
Louis jambor tranquillo
Have tranquillo framed looks very old. It's a print in a wood frame. There is also a print of a Victorian couple dancing in a ballroom with people sitting to there right and sort of behind them in the same frame as tranquillo. Would like to know value and if there is an interest in these prints.
l jambor "the visito"
My mother has a picture called "the visitor" that she acquired from a dear friend who passed at the age of 102. She had the picture for over 50 years in her home. Please email me with any information you may have regarding this. Thank you.
Print of L.Jambor's work
Are prints of l Jambor's work that are not listed any where worth anything
L, Jambor - the Rehearsal painting
I bought a signed l, Jambor oil painting of the Girls at the piano from a Habitat for Humanity store. #355 is on the back, maybe a lithograph.it looks like a texture on canvas and some little paint flakes missing. Value?
Louis Jambor Art
Thanks to all persons who shared information about Louis Jambor. It was very helpful.
I believe I have J Lambor print Snapdragons . It is stamped on the back p.162-3 and v.1447-530 and inspected by 106. It is signed right corner. Price tag Stix Baur Fuller 9.99
i have a l.jambor art called petit point need to no it's value
Have a louis jambor called petit point need to no it's value.
i have got a item of Lajos Jambor that i can find no where & i need to lear
just want to know about it.Cant find any where
cismos and larkspors
I have floral print of L Jambor of cosmos and larkspurs on it and stamp on the back
Jambor Mural at Edison Hotel, NY
Does anyone have any information on a mural that Jambor did in 1930 in the Edison Hotel, just off times square? Is the mural still there? I have a letter from the California artist that reports the he, Strong, assisted Jambor with the mural. The Strong letter was written in 1964 but it has an essay with it that mentions the mural, but the essay is undated. Anyone have any help here?
medeiror painting titled farm boy
maybe the year when it was painted & possible value
L. Jambor paintining
I have a framed painting of "Floral Song" by L. Jambor. I would like to know the value of this particular piece? Thank you
i found a l jambor painting.
One lady is wearing a blue dress playing the piano another female is holding a violin with one hand and the other hand is holding onto the music book on the piano. The frame is a old wooden frame with a golden inner and outer trim.
purchased L. Lambor painting
L. Jambor Lithograph
I have a very old lithograph signed by L. Jambor of two maidens in a garden, under a tree, one is reading a book. The frame is old, and the paper on back is yellowed with age. Does anyone know the history or value of picture? Thanks!
How would i know if an original or print?
L. Jambor Lithograph
I have a very old lithograph signed by L. Jambor of two maidens in a garden, under a tree, one is reading a book. The frame is old, and the paper on back is yellowed with age. Does anyone know the history or value of picture? Thanks!
I have a picture that is about 60-70 yrs old..a women in a long red dress standing behind a piano talking to a man in a blue outfit leaning on the piano. i would like to know the value
I acquired a Jambor painting that has the two ladies in the flower garden, blue dress lady has the parasol and yeloow dress lady has a note and holding her hat. What is the name of this painting? ALso there are numbers on the back 243 21 and some more numbers writeen in pencil that appear almost unlegible. Thoughts and comments welcomed. Thanks!!!
l.Jambor oil painting
I have an oil painting signed in the bottom left hand corner by L. Jambor. It is 2 women one sitting in a chair one leaning on the chair watching a lady playing the violin the door is open behind them and they are looking out into the garden. Is this worth anything is it an original
L. Jambor painting
I have a very large picture of flowers in a vase the vase looks kinda of round with like handles made into it it has a dish and urn and a round bottle with a neck with apointed stopper in it islooks to be black or dark blue.looks like the table colth is pushed up and flowers are laying on the table.the vase looks like it might be kinda greenest. it is sgin L. Rambor in bottom right con. on the back it has the #P.10-56-5 says on the paper on the back WINDSOR MODE STYLED BY ILLINOSI MLDG. CO. CHICAGO IL. can anyone tell me anything about this picture
L. Jambor painting
I have a paintin by L.jambor that i found in old gutted house in basement in New Jeresy . The painting is of a woman playing the paino in red dress and men in leaning over listening. Its colonial style clothing i would guess not sure. Does anyone know anything about this picture. The signature is in right hand bottom corner of the wooden style fame. thanks you
I have a beautiful picture of pastel coloring. It is three ladies in long satin and full dresses, one in the middle wearing a hat, one on the left seated holding a baby w/a ball, a vase of roses on a linen covered table on the left of the painting next to a chair with a hat with satin trim laying on the chair.on the back P.-145 V.3106-64 VISITORS. Does anyone have any information on this painting?
Jambor Painting?His Letter
I have a painting by Jambor/His Letter. It is of two women and one is doing needlepoint and the reading a letter. Line #759A Frame#240 Order#1067 Subject: His Letter Artist:Jambor ReofectPat. Office. Any information would be helpfufl
I have a painting I found at an estate signed in the bottom right corner as "L. Jambor" and on the back it is titled The Lord's Supper. I have not been able to find anything on this painting. Can you help me find out how old this is and any other information?
I have a rather large painting by the artist L.Jambor. The scene is of a group sitting on a hill, with one gentleman serving wine the other playing a guitar.Any help about this painting would be Greatly Appreciated Thank You LOU
I have large wall painting
of L.Jambor two womans sitting at piano and one with violin. I like to know more about it.
I have a painting signed L. Jambor. The painting is of two ladies. One is playing Harp the other is playing the piano. There is a white lamp on the piano and a picture on the back wall. When I went to examples of his work it came up as the second painting. Can you tell me anything about this painting ?
I have a L.Jambor print. I bought it at a garage sale and it looks like it has been in storage for a long time. On the back paper it is stamped Begonia's, 195-5270. The picture is signed L.Jambor on the bottom right hand corner. In the middle on the bottom it says BEGONIAS and on both corners it is stamped (c) 1947 Illinois Moulding Co., Chicago. Can you give me any informtion on this picture.
jesus painting by L.Lambor
i have a painting of jesus a side view, orginial frame, by louis lambor, does anyone know anything about it
L Jambor The Garden Party
I also have a L Jambor with the number 64153 and The Garden Party printed on the back. It was given to me after the death of my father's cousin. I had seen this painting in her apartment when I was a child of seven. I am now sixty five, so it is at least fifty years old. I would be interested in finding out more information about it.
High Dry and Windy
Need Info on Garage Sale Painting
I bought a Louis Jambor painting at a garage sale for $125 and wish to know something about it. The lady that sold it was 86 yrs old and said it had been handing in her aunt's house since she was a very young child. The scene looks like something out of a French Louis XVI outdoor courting scenario. A gentleman is offering a lady a flower next to a lady holding an umbrella/parasol. On the steps to the right are two gentleman, a lady, and a couple. In the front left foregound is a lady in a blue dress sitting on the ground with a couple in the far upper left background. There is a fountain in the right front foreground. Thanks to someone for helping provide information on this painting. The painting is signed L Jambor in bottom left corner, and painting is in a beautiful gold leaf frame with a golden "bow" at the top of the frame. Thank you, High Dry and Windy
painting of two women late 1800's
I am looking for a painting late 1800's.
Two women one is sitting at the piano the other beside. There is a stair case in the back ground and a bullseye mirror. I do not know the artist. thanks
I have a painting from L Jambor Rehearsal. I am looking for find out where is work is mainly displayed, which musuem? Also would love to know the year.
I HAVE A LARGE WALL PAINTING OF TWO YOUNG WOMEN SITTING AT A PIANO.ONE IS HOLDING A VIOLIN. THE SIGNITURE AT THE BOTTOM IS L JAMBOR. I RECEIVED THIS PAINTING FROM MY GRANDMOTHERS ESTATE. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT IT. IT IS IN A BEAUTIFUL FRAME. IF ANYONE HAS INFO FOR ME PLEASE CONTACT ME THRU MY EMAIL.
I researched the Jambor paintings about two years ago when I decided to sell my Jambor, a large painting with a gold leaf frame, the one with women at the piano called The Rehearsal. The going rate at auction for these canvas reproductions was about $1400 back then. You can purchase them on EBay starting at about $200, but then there is shipping to consider, and insurance, so you would pay closer to $400 if no one bid against you. These were popular pieces in the mid-50's as living room decor. My bet is that most people that own them today inherited them from older relatives. My guess is that most are worth about the same amount. The trick is to find a buyer who wants to own it! :)
Louis Jambor signed left side
I need to know if anyone has information on a painting 3224-3 from chicago Il. I can only read a few of the letter for the Name of the print.
I have had this painting for more than 20 plus years.
l. jambor print
I just purchased a print signed by L. Jambor on left hand side its a colonial picture of men and women coming down steps a cupid water fountain and a large tree with a woman in a blue dress sitting under the tree at the end of the steps two women one with a paracel in her hand and a man handing the woman flowers the lady sitting under the tree has a hat beside her does anyone know anything about this the men are all wearing wigs. this is a large picture measuring 3ft long by 2 ft wide. please let me know if you have or know of anything about this I purchased it for $40.00 at a thrift store.
Hi Lisa, I have a "Tranquillo" with the title still on the back so I can verify it's name for you. Your description matches my picture. What else do you know about this picture?
Tranquillo by Louis Jambor
I have a Louis Jambor called Tranquillo It is of 2 women one sitting at a piano and the other standing beside the piano I do believe this is the picture that is called Tranquillo.I have seen other paintings which people also think maybe titled Tranquillo but with a question mark beside it So if anyone out there knows what the original painting protraies please let me know.
L Jambor painting
I have a painting with the name of L Jambor printed on the bottom left corner.The picture is of two women under a tree.One woman is standing and the other is sitting reading a book.The frame is gold.Can you give me information about this subject?
I forgot to mention to you that about 9 years ago I went to the Library in Orlando,Fla. and pulled up information on artist. I found that near New Orleans, La. they had a museum of Louis Jmbor paintinsgs. etc. I called and talked with the Librarian and she was very helpful. Since then Katrina has flooded that area and I have not been able to get back and find the museum. Just thought i would let you know.
An old german man gave my dad a picture about 50 years ago. It is a large picture that hangs in a living room or such. It is in a beaufiful heavy gold frame. It shows a real nice home with steps leading to a garden It has women dressed in Pink and men dressed in blue, like in George Wasington's day with white wigs etch. Some are sitting on benches or just strolling thru a garden. It is signed on the left bottom corner by L.Jambor or something like that. I believe it is a print. It ia beautiful. It hangs in my living room. When my mother passed away she left it to me. I have had it for 22 years. I don't know what it is called. Could you just tell me a little about it. It is so pretty. Thanks carolyn
infor on Louis Jambor
I've done a bit of reseach on the elusive Mr. Jambor and here's what I have uncovered.
Louis Jambor (1884-1955) Born a Hungarian on August 1, 1984, died June 1955. Jambor attended the Royal Art Academy in Budapest and also studied in Dusseldorf, Germany, migrated to the United States in 1923 and became an American citizen six years later.
Louis Jambor, a painter and illustrator, is best known for his religious wall decorations in churches, symbolic murals in private homes, and quasi-public buildings. His work in portraiture, genre scenes, and still life is less well known, but equally as masterful and moving. He was a prolific and versatile artist with a wide variety of interests. He is known for his religious paintings, book illustrations and public murals, but is also admired for his portraits, genre scenes and still life works as well. Jambor is especially known for his illustrations for the 1947 version of ‘Her Jo’s Boys’. He also created backgrounds for the animated film version of ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ for which he received screen credit.. He painted dozens of murals in private homes, public buildings and churches, including twenty-six for the hotel New Yorker.
Many of his interior genre scenes were reproduced and distributed through all kinds of outlets: i.e. department stores, furniture stores, art galleries in the mid 1900's. They were very popular for decoration purposes.
I was given a lovely Jambor a few years ago, from reading all these posts, I believe it is entitled ‘Interlude’ … the subject is three ladies (surprise!) … one seated at a piano, one with a violin, the third is holding sheet music … the frame is original to the glass encased print, very ornate, and quite beautiful. I’m no expert, but reading all of these posts it appears to me that we all have a reproduction … and there are many duplicates. I just noticed that one recently sold on eBay for $99 … and another on, currently up for auction, and in poor condition was appraised between $100-200. Perhaps in top condition it would fetch $300-400 … get two people in a bidding war and who knows what could happen. That is my non-expert opinion.
woman/ piano/ 3 girls dresses blue yellow and pink
Looking for this picture.. any help .. hope so.. even the name or a print would be great thanks jill
L Jambor signed on bottom right one women sitting blue dress playhing piano sheet music in view the other women standing playing a violin any info thanks
need ifo on painting
I have a oil painting of two women one playing a piano and the other on a violin. on the rt hand side of portrait what i can make out is RB M'Caul??? It may be different. It's framed w/ the antique framing. I've searched the internet and can't find anything. I would really appreciate any kind of information, thanks!
L. Jambor prints
I have a print in an old frame of three women around the panio. It has L. Lambor on the bottom. On the back of the picture it has this. 35-24/30 Interlude. I cannot find any information on this print. Can you help me ?
Hi, i have a painting by Edgar Degas. On the back of the painting it says the title, year, and the dimensions of the frame itself. it also says " Bequest of H.O. Havemeyer, 1929. 29.100.39. It says it's from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. However, i want to know if this painting is missing in the museum, or if it's just a replica of some sort. The dimension are identical to the Havemeyer collection. ( 21 x 28 1/2. Please let me know.
What is the name of the painting with the 2 ladies one playing piano and the other playing violin and there is a beautiful staircase in the background? I would love to find a copy, my grandmother had one and no one knows where it went.
im looking for a painting i saw long ago, a blonde with her hair pinned up with a blue dress on playing the piano, possibly 18th century.
I have picture, by LJambor.
It is flowers in a large vase, the vase appears to be chinnese, a small black decanter, and a plate, again with a chinese looking print on it. The pictures in in it's original frame, paper back. The signature is in the bottom right hand corner. I searched, and found nothing on this picture. some one help me please!
I think I have a lithograph of two of Thomas paints . On of MRs Graham and the other Morning walk. They are numbered and these say they are copyrighted chicago 1929 any idea about these pictures
i have a print by jambor. it is signed by him on right bottom corner. the right side shows 2 lovely women being serenaded by two men and the left side has two women enjoying life, one is holding an umbrella. far left has what seems to be back shadows of a man and a woman walking. please advise
I have a painting with two women in gowns one has blond hair the other brown, the brown haired one is wearing a blue gown and seated at a piano, the blond is wearing a very pale gown and holding a violin. Need some info.
Louis Jambor Painting
How can I tell if my painting "The Love Letter" is an original L Jambor or a reporduction? Signed left bottom and feels and looks like oil on maybe a flat canvas like board
l jambor oil painting
I have an oil painting by l jambor of 3 sisters in a music pallor. It's been in our family for years - I love it & wonder what year or era he may have painted it in.
L.Jambor Last Supper Painting
I would like to know the value and age of the Last Supper painting by L. Jambor. Also when it might have been painted. I question that it might be of only 11 Apostles and Mary M. Any Infor on this would be vary helpful. Thanks
Here is the info on the painting it is the Reverend Francis P. Duffy here is a description of the painting it is a formal portrait in the academic
manner: the subject depicted at three quarter length seated in a Victorian style carved walnut armchair; a shelf of books and an Italianate painting of the Virgin and Child behind him. oil on canvas signed executed in 1937 40x30 framed. It is the original frame and it and the picture is in perfect condition.
Tranquillo signed by L. Jambor
Can anyone give me information about this painting, such as age and value. It has a very old sticker on the back reads "Paschke's Gallery,3633 Main Street, Riverside, Calif. Artist Supplies Picture Framing" and another that reads "Tranquillo by L. Jambor."
I have a picture titled Still Life with Mums, it is signed L.Jambor in the left hand corner and has the copyright sign Morris & Bendien Inc. NY, it is in the orginial wood gold frame measuring 33.5 x 27.5 , I am trying to determine if it is a print or lithograph. There is what appears to be AOOS 24.95 in pencil on the back frame. Would appreciate any info on value. Can send pictures if requested.
Louis Jambor Painting
We discovered a painting by L. Jambor. Saw the painting on-line titled "musical moments". Is this art worth preserving?
I have a painting by Louis Jambor. I believe to be around the 1900s. It is three woman, one holding a baby, that is holding a ball. Let me know is anyone knows anything about this please
L Jamour Print
I have a lovely picture of what I believe is a print or Lithograph that hung over our daybed in the living room since 1952. It is three ladies in long satin and full dresses, one in the middle wearing a hat, one on the left seated holding a baby, a vase of roses on a linen covered table on the left of the painting next to a chair with a hat with satin trim laying on the chair. Does anyone know this painting, and where I can find a full book of Lambor paintings?
L. Jambor prints
As long as I can remember my grandparents had a print on the wall of these two women, one dark one fair and there was a piano. sounds similar to other pics described on here.I always loved this pic so I looked up the artist and I did learn that Louis Jambor did illustrations for a copy of Little women by Louisa May Alcott.Does anyone know if these series of prints are based on the novel?
I have what I think is a print or lithograph signed L.Jambor.It would almost appear to be a watercolor but I'm not sure. It is two ladies on a grassy hillside overlooking a valley with a small lake or pond.The lady in front is in a pink gown,she is sitting, holding a mandolin\w two books lying next to her.The other is standing behind her,in a white gown, she is holding a bouquet of flowers in her hand. Can anyone help with identification and a little more info on the difference between prints and lithographs?
we have a painting with two women sitting under a tree, a gentlemen standing with a bottle of wine. another gentlemen with his back to them playing an instrument, and another couple off to the left under a tree.
any info on this paint would be appreciated.
I have a piece titled"Tranquillo" (original frame)that was recently given to me by my mother-in-law ( it belonged to her mother). Any data would be appreciated!
I have a piece that was purchased for my mother in 1950, in it's original mahogony lattice frame, signed L. Jambor in red at bottom left, and titled "The Concert" at bottom right. Measuring approximately 4'x 3', it depicts a woman at the piano and another at the harp, an audience, window at the left and staircase at the right. Written on the back is #99235. (The piece is currently in storage so this description is from recollection.) I do not know if this is an original or print and if it is of any significant value. I would appreciate any information you might share with me.
L Jambor painting
I have inherited an old oil painting from a great aunt....the painter Is L. Jambor and is of 2 women, one at the piano and the other by her with a violin. From what I have found on the internet, I believe it to be from the 1800s or early 1900s. Has original old frame. Any information on value would be great. Looks like others also have this painting. Thank you.
i bought a print in a lattice frame,that can be hung or placed on surrface with light above him and christ faceing left. the back says NB in a diamond copyright 1945 printed in Italy, NB on the front bottom left corner in a gold diamond the artist name L.Jambor on the bottom right corner. if any info please e-mail! it is beautiful.
Painting of two women one on piano one holding violin. A chair is positioned to the right of both of them. Approx.3ox36 gold tone wood frame. Oil Signed L Jambor lower right corner, visible brush strokes. Purchased late 40's by my grandfather and given to me. Good condition, well taken care of. Would like some info.
of two women; one on a piano, and another next to her with a violin. By Jambor. This is a copy, from before 1977. If anyone could tell me about it, that would be great. Even just a title or something like that is welcomed.
garden melodies paiting
i have a painting titled garden melodies in which five women are in a garden. one is sitting playing a mandolin, one fanning her face and the others standing. Anyone with information on this painting?
I found an old L. Jambor painting in my mothers attic. It apperars to be a print. The name of the painting is 'The Love Letter'. There's nothing written on the back, Louis Jambor is signed on the front. Does anyone have any info about this painting?
I have a piece of artwork that I believe to be called "Tranquillo". I have no idea if it's an original or a replica. On the backing paper someone wrote in pencil "Tranquillo by Jambor" in the center then on the top right corner it's written:
Then on the bottom center it says #23.
I don't know if this from some sort of estate auction or what those numbers mean.
I don't see any sort of signature but not sure if it's covered by the bottom of the frame because it looks like it covers some of the picture.
Any input on this?
I have a painting by L. Jambor called Rehearsal. Can you tell me more about it. It has been sitting in a basement and looks old. Thank you.
Help solve mystery
I have a beautiful large original oil of Christ and the 12 at the Last Supper. Signed on right in printed form by L Jambor and on the left by Stan Markiewicz. Is it possible that Louis Jambor might have collaborated with another? Who would Markiewicz be?
I purchased a painting at an auction for 45 dollars. It shows two women sitting on a victorian sofa in a parlor. One is reading a letter to the other and they are both happy and smiling. It is signed in the lower left L. Jambor. and it says "the Message" in a plate area on the back.
I really can't tell if it is a print or painting, which means it's probably just a print! I'm not sure what it's worth.
Anyway, this painting is so beautiful and powerful.
L. Jambor Afternoon Tea
My wife has a print in an old frame by artist L Jambor called Afternoon Tea. It shows three ladies gathered around a table and tea pot. Any information would be appreciated. I am unable to find a date but it is a print by Morris & Bendien of NYC.
L. Jambor- Interlude
I have what I believe to be an oil on board by L. Jambor. "Interlude" is written on backing in pencil.3 women, one at piano, one holding a violi and one holding sheet music, as though they are taking a break. I am at a loss for finding info. The painting was hanging on the same wall in my parents home for over 40 years. They have had it for over 50. Any info would be great.
I was given a print(?)of a L. Jambor scene. It is of a grand piano and 2 women, one playing a 'cello and a mandolin in the foreground. On the back of the framed print is a label with the words "Tranquillo" by L. Jambor. I would appreciate any backround information on this print. Thanks!
Louis Jambor print/picture
I purchased a louis jamor picture at the good will with two women sitting under a tree on a hillside with the farm/house in the valley below them. This picture looks like to be an original print and is in excellent condition. It look as though from the 40's or 50's era because of the age of the frame it was in. I don't know if furniture stores sold copies of this print and I can't find out any information on this artwork. Can someone please tell me more about this painting/print? I think the good will missed this rare antique I got for 6 bucks!
My mom has what we believe to be the origanal oil painting by Louis Jambor. It is of three women is a palor over looking a garden. Two are sitting and one is standing next to French doors playing a violin. If any one could give me information about this painting we would greatly appriecate it.
I have what I think may be an original still life. It is signed in the right hand corner. It is of a green vase filled with flowers, a ginger jar, urn and dish are also in the arraingement. The colors are mostly greens and golds. Can anyone give me any information on this?
I have a litho (aprox. 30" x 36") in blues and grays of two women in a parlor one seated playing a lute - guitar and one standing behind arranging roses. I'm interested in the name of the piece and what year it was made.
Christ facing left
I found this picture today hiding behind a picture of my dad from ww2. The picture is of Christ... he's facing left. On the front of the picture is (NB in a diamond)it's on the left side. On the right side of the picture is (L. JAMBOR.). On the back of the picture is another (NB in a diamond) on the left, with a (1P) next to it. To the right of that is (Copyright 1945 N.G. Basevi) and to the right of that is (LITHO IN U.S.A. N.G.BASEVI,INC.)
Can someone please give me more information on the artist and the company that probably reproduced this picture... and what does LITHO mean? What does the 1P mean next to the NB?
Thanks for your help, Penny
Christ descending from Cross and a Modonna with Child
I have two signed paintings by Jambor, both religious subjects.
my Mother was the model for the Modonna.
I also have inherited a framed print, not oil, entitled "Snapdragons" and it is of a vase filled with snapdragons on a table. I have also found more info on Jambor when I search with his named spelled JAMBOUR.
I have this painting "Songs of June", I was wondering if anybody can give me more info on this paiting or artist, I have been looking for answer for about two years... Thanks!
We have a 25;30ininpainting signed by Jambor.Given to us by my grandmother.It is of two woman under a tree.One is reading a book, the other is picking fruit from a tree.I would like to know the name of the piece,and possibly the value.If anyone has any information, please contact me. Thank You
L. Jambor ,Painting
The Book Titled, "Little Women", It, was Illustrated By L. Jambor
We have been following postings for this artist. We are interested in his life and personal history. Any information or reference would be appreciated.
I have either a print or lithograph of 2 women sitting in a parlor - one is reading the other doing needlepoint The picture measures about 34x28 with frame. It was my grandmothers from the late 1930s or early 40s. I am interested in getting more information about this picture and what it may be worth.
I have a painting signed by L Jambor in the lower right hand corner. It's a painting of two ladies one sitting playing what looks like a violin, another placing floweres in a vase. Does anyone know the value. It is a large painting. It was given to me from a friend.
I have a painting and was wondering if it was a print or the original? It is a painting of three ladies. One is playing the violin, another is sitting down in a chair and the third is standing behind the chair she sits in. The lady playing the violin is standing in front of an large open window. Thank you for your help.
Find my Answer
I find my answer to the painting I have of Louis Jambor "Two in a Garden" it's an antique it was done in the early 1900's, and as a prints I am surprised how high quality they did in those years, but it's still a beautiful print.
Melody of Love
My husband & I inherited
a Louis Jambor painting
from his grandparents.
It is titled Melody of Love. I'm not sure if it's a print or the "real thing". It is a painting of a woman playing the piano while a man is leaning onto the piano watching her.
There is a metal label attached to the frame that shows the title of the painting & the artist. Also, the painting itself is signed
L. Jambor. Let me know if you have any info.
I believe I have the same picture as DM. Mine is a print of two ladies sitting on a couch. One looks like she is sewing and the other is reading. Have no idea what it is worth and not much info on Louis Jambor . Let me know if anyone has any info. Thank you.
L Jambor Painting
Not sure if it is a painting or a print, but I have a painting of two women, one at the piano in a blue dress and other lady in yellow, leaning toward the other with a violin in her hand. Appears to be in a parlor. Any information I could gather would be appreciated.
Ladies In Flower Garden
I have a painting that I think is called Ladies In A Flower Garden.It is signed L.Jambor.The painting has two southern ladies walking in a flower garden.One has black hair,the other has blond.I would appreciate any information available.
l jambor painting
I also have a painting of three young women in a sitting room overlooking a garden, one has a violin in her hand. there was an auction held 2 years ago by the John Tooney Gallery, in Oak Park Ill. the starting bid was 1,500 for l. jambor painting that's I have been able to find out.
I have a still of roses, most of the roses are fully open. In the right bottom corner it is signed L Jambor. I don't have alot of information on it, just that I have had it for 30 years. Does any body have any information that might be helpful to me. Thanks.
Dona M. Bledsoe
L. Jambor Print
My grandmother has a beautiful print by L. Jambor that she has promised to me. There are three young women. One of them is sitting holding a small child. In his hand, is a small blue and white ball. Does anyone know the name or have any information about this print?
Sorry, I need to make a correction regarding my previous note. In looking at it again---(I had it put away) I see that the one woman is not playing a harp but is standing with sheet music, presumably singing.
Anyone have the same Jambor painting? And is there a title and how can I tell if its an original or not?
I inherited this painting from my grandmother because, as a little girl, I loved it so much. It is of three woman, one at the harp, one at the piano and the other with a violin. I would love to know more about this beautiful painting. Can you please help me?
Thank you so very much!!
I have a print of a Jambor of three women. One women sitting down,the other women leaning aqainst a chair, and the women standing at the door with a violin. Could this be a print from the Little women. I sure would like the name of this painting. Thank you Diana
There is a lot of information on this artist that can be found in N.Y. Solomungundi's Club records as he was the president of this great intituion in the 1940-1950 and also was the the secretary for AAA.That is pretty impressive yet has be overlooked by the public to this very day....he is a great tonalist and genre artist.
Jambor's P561 & P562
We inherited two of Jambor's artworks p561 is titled Tranquillo and p562 is titled His letter. We are interested in value for insurance purposes. Can anyone help us. Thanks!
I have inherited a painting by L Jambor from my mother, who inherited it from her aunt. It is of 2 ladies in old fashioned dresses sitting in a grassy field. Its fairly big - about 18 x35, Can anyone tell me the name of the painting or how i can find out for sure it is an "original" Many thnx!
Yet another Jambor
Finally, I come across very useful information about this illusive artist. To my delight and surprise, there seem to be several variations on the artist's "theme". I, for example, have inherited a painting with 3 subjects: all very lovely ladies; one playing piano, one on the harp and the third on violin. It appears in a grand salon, with an exquisite staircase flowing into the foreground. The painting is signed. I can't say more, frankly I don't remember whether there is anything on the back of the frame or not. Would appreciate knowing whether any one else out there has another?
THE INTERLUDE BY JAMBOR
MY GRANDMOTHER GAVE ME A PAINTING BEFORE SHE DIED ENTITLED "THE INTERLUDE", NUMBERED AND ARTIST WAS LISTED AS JAMBOR. CAN ANYONE TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PAINTING. I AM 60 YEARS OLD AND I CAN REMEMBER IT HANGING IN HER HOUSE SINCE I WAS VERY SMALL.
I have a print of a painting entitled "Serenade" signed L. Jambor. There are two women: one is a burnette in a purple dress at the piano who appears to be singing, the other is blonde in a redish dress playing the harp. The scene is a parlor. Does anyone know anything about this painting?
I found a painting in an attic that has a woman sitting at a piano, one standing and playing a violin and one sitting with sheet music apparently singing. On the bottom right it is signed L. Jambor. Is this the same as the one called "Rehearsal"?
Painting "Garden Party"
Wondering how to find out the value of this piece of artwork. I would appreciate any help for insurance purposes.
I also have this picture and am not sure if it is a painting or a print. It is signed L Jambor in the lower right hand corner. It is quite large-frame measures probably 3ftx3ft. There is a piece of paper taped to the back that states "Rehearsal". Has anyone recieved a response and how does one tell whether it is a print or painting. It would be nice to hear of it's value either way (for insurance purposes.
Louis Jambor "Rehearsal"
I believe I have a painting not a print but reading this list of other people with the same painting I'm not sure. How can I tell? and what is the value?
Louis Jambor "Remembrance"
I inherited a very small 3" x 3 1/2" painted print of a woman in a pale blue gown leaning over a piano and signed in ink by Jambor. Do I have something of value?
Father Patrick Duffy
I have an original painting and frame of Louis Jambors subject matter father Patrick Duffy,can anyone please give me an idea as to it's value I already have a rough idea but need some input thanks Robert dated 1937
I purchased some time ago a Vintage Jesus Picture w/ Metal Frame & Light. On the lower right corner, I found the name L.Jambor. The frame is about 17" X 21" and the picture 12" X 16". I believe it is a print. I can email you pictures of it. I need your advice. Thanks a lot!!!
response from ewolfs.com
I received this response to my request for info on Jambor:
Louis (Lajos) Jambor was a Hungarian artist 1884-1955. He came to the
US, where he made lithpgraphs and etchings, was a successful
illustrator, and also a painter and muralist. He was active in New
City. A good bio is available in Who was Who in American Art. It's
full of abbreviations but there's a glossary in the book to help you
I have been trying to get some more info on this artist, but it is really hard, I was wondering if any of you have find out anything new?... thanks, Jose.
L. Jambor print or painting?
I have a print or painting by L. Jambor. His name is in the lower left corner of the picture. The picture is of 2 woman sitting in a parlor - one is reading, the other one looks like she's sewing. There are no other marks on the front or back of the picture. Is it a print? Is it worth anything? Thanks for the help.
Connie L. Fries
Louis Jambor print of Christ dated 1948
O have a print done by Luis Jambor in 1948 compyright by Augsburg Publishing Co.
Can anyone tell me about it & is it worth anything? Thank You
L. Jambor info...
Here is what i've been able to find so far...
His obit in the New York Times Newspaper on
June 12, 1954, pg.15 column 4, it should be on microfilm in the Albertson Library at BSU in Idaho. I also got this from the Library...He was born in Nagyvarad, Hungary Aug. 1st, 1884. Pupil of Academy of Art, Budapest Awards. 1st prize, city of Budapest. 1919 Baron Kohner Prize in 1921. Also known for main altar painting at St. Stephen Church in New York, NY., 200 West 57th Street in 1929. And now im at another dead end lol. Thanks for responding Fatina, may i email you or anyone else here? You all have been lots of help!
We believe that we have the same painting as Jose. Including the frame, it is approximately "34 by 28". The name is marked on the back of the painting. It is called "June Song" dated 1903. It is stamped by Windsor (mode styled by Illinois MLDG.CO.Chicage 8 Illinois)along with other numbers (V.2284-59)(595-1 2284). I am curious to know what this painting might be worth. Any ideas?
I have a painting (two ladies, one playing some sort of guiter and the other with some roses on ger hand), I need as much help as I can get! Thank you... Jose
This message is for Lori.
Lori, I also have an Oil Painting with a lady playing the piano and a man standing on the side of the piano, as if he was listening to he play the piano.
I have no clue of the title and also looking for more information on this particular painting of Louis Jambor.
I curious to know if this is the same picture called "The Rehearsal"
I have a painting supposedly called "The Rehearsal" (two ladies at the piano)by L. Jambor although i cannot seem to find any info about it or the artist anywhere other than this site. If anyone has additional information on Louis Jambor, i would greatly appreciate it!
LISE Poitras Doucette
I am impressed to find some informations about Louis Jambor, I have one of his painting size 30"x 25" , description:Two Ladies in a Flower Garden". He was framed in New York in early 1900' at Rudolf Lesch 225 Fifth Ave.
Illustrated "Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott. Illustrated "Sown in the Darkness" by Wm Twiford.
Painted 26 murals in New Yorker Hotel in 1930's.
Painted above the proscenium in the Atlantic City Auditorium.
Backgrounds for Disney animations: FLEISCHER c 38-39 (Gulliver's Travels 39. Possible illustrator for unknown titled book by Stanley S. Jaks.