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Painter, Landscape painter, Still life painter

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    • Marguerite Freytag Ciprico Painting "San Rafael Creek"
      Dec. 08, 2018

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico Painting "San Rafael Creek"

      Est: $600 - $800

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (1891-1973) oil painting entitled "San Rafael Creek", Marin County, CA c1910-1920.  Signed.  Excellent condition.  12"h x 16"w.  Frame 16.75"h c 20.75"w. Spend $5000 or more at this auction and all of your SHIPPING IS FREE within the lower 48 states. SHIPPING We box and ship ourselves, to keep shipping costs low. We do not use a packaging service, unless the customer prefers us to use them. We can ship either USPS or Fed Ex Ground. Larger piece are shipped via Steve Auger Shipping. He travels coast to coast every month delivering antiques and fine furniture blanket wrap coast to coast. Most larger pieces can be hand delivered for $300 almost anywhere in the lower 48 states. For estimated shipping times of larger pieces, please call or email us before you bid.

      California Historical Design, Inc
    • Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (1891-1973) oil painting
      Mar. 10, 2018

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (1891-1973) oil painting

      Est: $750 - $950

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (1891-1973) oil painting entitled "San Rafael Creek", Marin County, CA c1910-1920. Signed. Excellent condition. 12"h x 16"w. Frame 16.75"h c 20.75"w. We box and ship ourselves, to keep shipping costs low. We do not use a packaging service, unless the customer prefers us to use them. We can ship either USPS or Fed Ex Ground. Spend $5000 or more at this auction and all of your SHIPPING IS FREE within the lower 48 states.

      California Historical Design, Inc
    • Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)
      Nov. 26, 2017

      Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (California, Germany, 1891 - 1973) California coastal painting. Oil on canvas. Inscribed verso. Sight Size: 13 x 17 in. Freytag immigrated to San Francisco during the aftermath of the disaster of 1906. Her art studies were begun locally with Theodore Wores, Eugen Neuhaus, Arthur Putnam, and at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1908-12). She then returned to Europe for further study in Munich, Milan, Paris, and with Anders Zorn. At the outbreak of WWI she returned to San Francisco and worked as a commercial artist, including portraits for the society column in the Chronicle. After marrying in 1923, she moved down the peninsula to Burlingame where she painted many landscapes of the surrounding area. She was a close friend and painting partner of William Hubaceck who greatly influenced her still life work. Mrs. Ciprico died in Burlingame, CA on Nov. 8, 1973. Exh: Calif. Artists, Golden Gate Park Museum, 1915.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)
      Nov. 26, 2017

      Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (California, Germany, 1891 - 1973) California coastal painting. Oil on canvas. Inscribed verso. Sight Size: 11.5 x 18.5 in. Marguerite Freytag immigrated to San Francisco during the aftermath of the disaster of 1906. Her art studies were begun locally with Theodore Wores, Eugen Neuhaus, Arthur Putnam, and at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1908-12). She then returned to Europe for further study in Munich, Milan, Paris, and with Anders Zorn. At the outbreak of WWI she returned to San Francisco and worked as a commercial artist, including portraits for the society column in the Chronicle. After marrying in 1923, she moved down the peninsula to Burlingame where she painted many landscapes of the surrounding area. She was a close friend and painting partner of William Hubaceck who greatly influenced her still life work. Mrs. Ciprico died in Burlingame, CA on Nov. 8, 1973. Exh: Calif. Artists, Golden Gate Park Museum, 1915.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)
      Nov. 26, 2017

      Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (California, Germany, 1891 - 1973) California coastal landscape painting. Oil on canvas. Inscribed verso. Sight Size: 11.5 x 15.5 in. Marguerite Freytag immigrated to San Francisco during the aftermath of the disaster of 1906. Her art studies were begun locally with Theodore Wores, Eugen Neuhaus, Arthur Putnam, and at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1908-12). She then returned to Europe for further study in Munich, Milan, Paris, and with Anders Zorn. At the outbreak of WWI she returned to San Francisco and worked as a commercial artist, including portraits for the society column in the Chronicle. After marrying in 1923, she moved down the peninsula to Burlingame where she painted many landscapes of the surrounding area. She was a close friend and painting partner of William Hubaceck who greatly influenced her still life work. Mrs. Ciprico died in Burlingame, CA on Nov. 8, 1973. Exh: Calif. Artists, Golden Gate Park Museum, 1915.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)
      Nov. 26, 2017

      Marguerite Ciprico (California, 1891 - 1973)

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (California, Germany, 1891 - 1973) California landscape painting. Oil on canvas. Pencil Inscribed verso. Remnants of an exhibition label attached to backside of frame. Sight Size: 11.5 x 15.5 in. Marguerite Freytag immigrated to San Francisco during the aftermath of the disaster of 1906. Her art studies were begun locally with Theodore Wores, Eugen Neuhaus, Arthur Putnam, and at the San Francisco Institute of Art (1908-12). She then returned to Europe for further study in Munich, Milan, Paris, and with Anders Zorn. At the outbreak of WWI she returned to San Francisco and worked as a commercial artist, including portraits for the society column in the Chronicle. After marrying in 1923, she moved down the peninsula to Burlingame where she painted many landscapes of the surrounding area. She was a close friend and painting partner of William Hubaceck who greatly influenced her still life work. Mrs. Ciprico died in Burlingame, CA on Nov. 8, 1973. Exh: Calif. Artists, Golden Gate Park Museum, 1915.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (American, 1891-1973) Coastal Trees 12 x 9in
      Nov. 15, 2009

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (American, 1891-1973) Coastal Trees 12 x 9in

      Est: $400 - $600

      Coastal Trees inscribed with signature 'Ciprico' (on the stretcher bar) oil on canvas 12 x 9in

      Bonhams
    • Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (American, 1891-1973) Coastal Trees 12 x 9in
      Jan. 25, 2009

      Marguerite Freytag Ciprico (American, 1891-1973) Coastal Trees 12 x 9in

      Est: $600 - $800

      Coastal Trees unsigned; inscribed with signature 'Cipricio' on the stretcher bar oil on canvas 12 x 9in

      Bonhams
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