RE Durand PINTINGLise C Gefrvais
i found an original painting from Durand painting was bought in Switzerland years ago and was on a wall in a canada home for years and years. The canvas is 28" x 21"
the frame is gilded gold frame about 2 1/2 inches thick. Canvas in the back is brownish yellow, front has 2 small places where u can see canvas threads. It is a night scene with moon a sale boat on the right with an adult and 2 kids in it, left side a small boat with a a man red jacket on going opposite way, see all brushes strokes... and a paper old cracked yellowish in the back sign Durand. Can anyone help me who can I contact for this ? No signature on front of Painting.
by DurandBarbara Leith
This painting/or reproduction is a landscape with river & hills in background. It has a name plate on the bottom of the frame Titled "White Mt Scenery" by Durand 1796- 1886. It has a wide gold frame. Can anyone give me some information as to the value of this.
Asher Durand's "Sunday Morning"Sandra Williams
I have the identical painting described by aa in the previous message and I have seen more postings about this very same painting, so are these fakes and where is the original painting?
We have an oil painting 36" x 23 1/2 of "Sunday Morning" that is signed "J.Bianchi after A.B. Durand." What might be its value? Also, do you have any information on J. Bianchi?
sunday morning paintingTeena
i have a painting called Sunday Morning by Asher B Durand as stated by the paper label on the back of the frame. on the bottom of the picture it says copy wright Morris and Bendien, Inc N.Y. the measurements of picture out of the frame is approximately 32" across and 21" down. if anybody has any information on this painting please let me no with an email.
Painting by A.B.Durand called Sunday MorningAndy Beckman
A reproduction painting hangs in a historical antebellum plantation house I interpret that is unsigned but a lady tourist said was called Sunday Morning. I have always called it Going to Church. Anyway, it looks colonial and there is a family exiting a gate from their cottage in the woods to walk a dirt lane leading to a church in the distant background appearing in a break in the treeline horizon. A elderly looking man is already in front of them heading down this road. One child is kneeling down tieing its shoe. There is another child and the mother and father. It is a country setting. It looks English to me but is probably American. It does look like countryside you would expect to see in New York but no mountains are seen. It is a beautiful landscape painting with human activity in it which is these people going to church. I would just like to know if this painting...probably a reporduction...is by this man named Asher Brown Durand. Since the house has been open to public tours no one has ever figured out who the painter of this painting is. It would add to our intrpretation to know and we would include how we came to find out its name in our tour as it is still a mystery to us who painted it. Thanks.
Declaration of Independence engravingvince ewert
Through extensive geneology research, it is apparent that Asher Durand is my 6th Great Uncle. Recently a print of his famous 'Declaration of Independence' engraving was passed down to me from my grandma. While I have the provenance of the print, I'm looking for more information, as far as quantity produced, value, other info, etc.
Sunday MorningKaren McMillan
I've purchased a painting of Sunday Morning. Well I think its a paining as you can see and feel the brush marks. It's in a glorious gold frame.
When researching this painting I noticed that there are companies that sell prints on canvas. So how do I know if this is a real painting?
Any advise will be grateful
Asher B Durandmichelle cooper
Just curious about him. I have picture, print, whatever of his. It is the Sunday Morning one. I don't knwo anything about him or the painting. I really like it.
Need info on R Longanasitina burgess
I have an original oil, clipper ship, by R. Longanasi purchased at the Kolb Gallery in New York City in 1968. It is 24 X 36 & is in an antique gold frame. Any information would be welcomed & appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Sunday MorningLaura Lococo
My family purchased a house in Council Bluffs, Iowa which was built @ 1870. One window in the house is a painted scene of Brown's Sunday Morning.
Can anyone shed light on this?
Need Authentication helpGlenn Schoeneck
I am seeking any assistance with information on a series of paintings my Mom and her sister have, 5 in total. The storey is our grandfather won them in a poker game in europe long ago and they, along with a piano and other items were shipped via cape cod. Some research led us to beleive they could be the missing 5 Asher B. Durand paintings from Europe but the only time we looked into it, we can only find info on the one in your site. The paintings look just like the ones on AskArt, are in gold frames, and one has sheep. Between them, they have 5, in gold frames- all original.s but so far, the only person I spoke to(15+ years ago) said they are probably American.
We actually know nothing more but do worry as they hang in a trailer, in the middle of nowhere......USA
Please help, any guidance is appreciated.
ps, I also have an 8x10 Longanasi, oil, ship, authenticated with tag by Merrill Chase Galleries, Ltd if you have any guidance on how to get info on this artwork...
thank you kindly
Dance of the HaymakersHollie Mitchell
I have found out wonderful info about Asher B. Durand, I have a textured/print (framed). Very Large! left corner says APP Co Inc. the painting is called "Dance of the Haymakers"
The print has to be anywhere from 1850 +
great condition, just old.
Wondering does anyone have any Idea what App Comapny is?
And have you heard of any auction prices on A.B.D. Dance of the haymakers. or any of his other art
Please contact: email@example.com
The Stone ChurchDonna
During 1747-48, Durand visited the Town of Dover in Dutchess Co. NY. He visited the beautiful stone cathedral formation called the Stone Church. He made several charcoal sketches of the Church, which was a refuge for the Pequot warrior Sassacus in 1638. The Town is looking for ways to protect and preserve this spot.
Any further information on The Stone Church, also sketched by Benson Lossing, would be most welcome.
Joseph Perkins, engraver in business with Asher B. Durand, does anyone has additional information or samples of their bank note work, 1830's? I would like to locate a copy of New York City's welcome to General Lafayette when he toured the US about 50 yrs after the American Revolution. Thank you
Sunday MorningDurand A. B.
I have this painting(?) I heard A. B. Durand was an engraver before he turned to painting landscapes, what does this mean?