W.A. Carson was a Western artist who worked in oils and pastels and produced art that was made into popular prints of the late 1890s.I have an original pastel work by him and would also like to know how much it is worth. My work's signature has a C in a circle for copyright which indicates that it has been made into a print.
I have a what looks like a pastel painting by W.A. Carson. I bought this painting because I liked the frame, which is unique. My painting is of a mountain stream in a gorge with a big moose standing in the water. I almost threw it out but it caught my eye, I would like to know more about this artist.
I, too, have a pastel by W.A. Carson which is of a moose standing in a stream surrounded by mountains. It was framed by the Royal Art Studios, Chicago, IL. I bought the painting in an auction and have not been able to find out any information about the artist or the value of this pastel artwork
This is an eBay link that might be helpful:
You can find information about the portrait castle in Belgium by the Chicago Portrait Company at any art dealer's facility or auction house. This reverse-painting of the castle is often sold in auctions and goes for about 25 dollars as the reproductions are limited in their editions.
Have you tried the Chicago Public Library or Chamber of Commerce archives for history of Chicago Portrait Company? I'm looking for info on a similar painting "Castle in Belgium", same era.
I am also interested in the Chicago Portrait Company as I have an artist painting that has a plate on the back of the frame dated 1907 of my great grandparents. I am wondering if they had sales reps traveling northern Michigan to redo the picture that was taken.
There seems to be quite a few reverse glass painted pictures of the us capitol dated 1917. Were these copied from an earlier painting ? They are similar but not the same in detail as mine. The 1917 ones were made by the Chicago Portrait Co. Thanks...Bob
It would be best to go to an art appraiser to learn the value of the paintings. Not every painting by an artist is valued the same.
The first completely cubistic portrait is probably Picasso's 'Portrait of Kahnweiler' (1910), now in the Art Institute of Chicago.
I don't know anything about it but I have this painting also. It was my grandmothers. She is dead and no one in the family knows anything of the history. Anyone out there know anything of it?? firstname.lastname@example.org
i do not have an answer to this either,but i do have a picture of the white house painted on bubble glass that says "copyrighted in 1917" by Chicago portrait co. i also have the original frame. any help at all would help.i have no e-mail but you may call 219-762-3304 thank you
There is no official information about this. You might write to the Art Institute of Chicago who owns the painting.
I have a similar photo of my father from 1924 when he was a baby. The back of the wooden oval frame has the Chicago Potrait Company stamp and price of $3.90 on it. The glass is oval at top, square at bottom and convexed. There is more information on the Chicago Portrait Company at this website. Hope this helps.
I also have a cathedral design Chicago portrait. It is dated June 24, 1924.I also would like to know what it is worth.