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Frank Bramley on Sale Now at Auction

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Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: FRANK BRAMLEY (british 1857-1915)/span ROCKY COAST Signed 'Frank C. Bramley' bottom right, oil on canvas 24 x 36 in. (61 x 91.4cm) provenance: /spanPrivate Collection, Pennsylvania.

Condition Report: Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Freeman's Conditions of Sale.

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FRANK BRAMLEY Print-Confidences-Victorian Girls & Cats

Lot 424: FRANK BRAMLEY Print-Confidences-Victorian Girls & Cats

Estimated Price: $18 - $25

Description: This is a 1997 poster/print from a 1911 painting by Frank Bramley titled Confidences. Royal Academy of Arts. Printed in the U. K. SIZE: Approx. 16" x 20". 11 1/2" x 14" image size. Frank Bramley (6 May 1857- 9 Aug 1915) was an English post-impressionist genre painter of the Newlyn School. Life and work Bramley was born in Sibsey in Lincolnshire and studied at the Lincoln School of Art from 1873 to 1878, later under Charles Verlat at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp from 1879 to 1882. After staying in Venice from 1882 to 1884, he moved to the Newlyn School artist colony in Cornwall. In contrast to other members of the Newlyn school, Bramley specialised in interiors and worked on combining natural and artificial light in his paintings. His A Hopeless Dawn (1888) was bought by the Tate gallery, and is probably one of the most widely admired of Bramley's, and the school's, works. He became a Royal Academician (RA) in 1911, and was also a gold medal winner at the Paris Salon. ****** We provide in-house shipping. Low shipping costs! Combine items to save even more! Click on the Shipping tab below for details.

Condition Report: Excellent, near mint condition with no tears, creases or fading. High-quality heavier paper. It was always kept flat--never rolled.

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Starting bid: $14 (0 bids)

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