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b. 1908 - d. 1995

Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island

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      • Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), Abstracted Monhegan, 1960, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass
        Nov. 18, 2023

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), Abstracted Monhegan, 1960, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass

        Est: $300 - $500

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995) Abstracted Monhegan, 1960 Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed and dated l.r., Greenhut Galleries label verso 10" x 14" actual, 13 5/8" x 17 5/8" framed

        Barridoff Auctions
      • Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), Seagulls, 1962, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass
        Nov. 18, 2023

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), Seagulls, 1962, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass

        Est: $400 - $600

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995) Seagulls, 1962 Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed and dated l.r., Greenhut Galleries label verso 16" x 12" actual, 19 11/16" x 15 11/16" framed

        Barridoff Auctions
      • Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), "Fish House" 1955, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass
        Nov. 18, 2023

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), "Fish House" 1955, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass

        Est: $200 - $300

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995) "Fish House" 1955 Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed and dated l.r., signed, partial artist's label and "With great fondness + affection Ted" inscribed verso 6 3/4" x 9 3/4" sight, 12 5/8" x 15 5/8" framed

        Barridoff Auctions
      • Ted Davis (1908 - 1995). Abstract Landscape.
        Oct. 31, 2023

        Ted Davis (1908 - 1995). Abstract Landscape.

        Est: $150 - $250

        Watercolor on paper, 9.75 x 13.5 inches, signed and dated 1957 lower right. Framed, foxing to mat, paainting has minor toning and foxing.

        Casco Bay Auctions
      • Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), Anchored Sailboat, Monhegan, 1955, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass
        May. 20, 2023

        Ted Davis (Am. 1908-1995), Anchored Sailboat, Monhegan, 1955, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass

        Est: $200 - $400

        Ted Davis Am. (1908-1995) Anchored Sailboat, Monhegan, 1955 Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed and dated l.r. 9 1/2" x 13 3/8" sight, 16 3/8" x 20 3/8" framed

        Barridoff Auctions
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $260 - $340

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119497 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Dec. 18, 2022

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $280 - $360

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119497 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ted Davis, Am. 1908-1995, "Lobster Buoys" 1950, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass, 9 3/4" x 13 1/2" sight, 17" x 21" framed
        Dec. 03, 2022

        Ted Davis, Am. 1908-1995, "Lobster Buoys" 1950, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass, 9 3/4" x 13 1/2" sight, 17" x 21" framed

        Est: $600 - $800

        Ted Davis Am., 1908-1995 "Lobster Buoys" 1950 Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed and dated l.r., Studio of Ted Davis label verso

        Barridoff Auctions
      • Ted (L. Theodore Davis) Davis (1908 - 1995) American (Maine)
        Nov. 29, 2022

        Ted (L. Theodore Davis) Davis (1908 - 1995) American (Maine)

        Est: $500 - $800

        Ted (L. Theodore Davis) Davis (1908 - 1995) Watercolor on paper , Signed , measures 8" x 12" , w/frame 13.5" x 16.5"

        Cutler Bay Auctions
      • Philip Pearlstein Drawing; Ted Davis Watercolor
        Oct. 30, 2022

        Philip Pearlstein Drawing; Ted Davis Watercolor

        Est: $100 - $200

        Philip Pearlstein (b. 1924); pencil drawing on lined yellow paper, "Portrait of Horst W Janson" signed, from the Estate of Horst W. Janson (1913-1982), historian and author of famous "History of Art" textbook; together with Louis Theodore "Ted" Davis (NYC 1908-1995), Watercolor on textured watercolor paper signed in ink and dated 1951 to front and reverse; from his "Monhegan Island Series". Both in acid-free archival matting and polished aluminum frames with welded corners. Height of Philip Pearlstein art 4 3/4 inches (12 cm.) X width of art 4 7/8 inches (12.5 cm.). Height of Ted Davis art 9 7/8 inches (25 cm.) X width of art 13 7/8 inches (35.3 cm.). PROVENANCE for Philip Pearlstein: Swann Galleries, New York circa 1983 Estate of Horst W Janson. NOTE to Ted Davis: Davis was studying at this time with Hans Hoffman and utilizing his "Push-Pull Theory" for painting.

        Eddie's Auction
      • Ted Davis Watercolor Cathedral Woods Maine
        Sep. 22, 2022

        Ted Davis Watercolor Cathedral Woods Maine

        Est: $100 - $200

        Louis Theodore Davis (Ted) (American, New York / Maine, 1908-1995). Watercolor on paper Cathedral Woods, Monhegan, Maine. Signed lower left L. Theo Davis and dated 1950. With Childs Gallery, Boston label with info on verso. 14" x 21" (with frame 24 3/4" x 31 3/4").

        Willow Auction House
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Sep. 11, 2022

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $280 - $360

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119497 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • TED DAVIS (1908-1995) Monhegan, Maine, 1957, Watercolor
        Aug. 06, 2022

        TED DAVIS (1908-1995) Monhegan, Maine, 1957, Watercolor

        Est: $300 - $500

        TED DAVIS (1908-1995) Monhegan, Maine, 1957, Watercolor

        Bakker Auctions
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Jun. 12, 2022

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $300 - $380

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119497 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ted Davis, Am. 1908-1995, Monhegan Light, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass, 19 1/4” x 24” sight, 28” x 31 7/8” framed
        Mar. 19, 2022

        Ted Davis, Am. 1908-1995, Monhegan Light, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass, 19 1/4” x 24” sight, 28” x 31 7/8” framed

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Ted Davis Am., 1908-1995 Monhegan Light Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed and "Ted Davis 22-57" inscribed l.r.

        Barridoff Auctions
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Mar. 13, 2022

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119497 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Mar. 13, 2022

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119496 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Mar. 13, 2022

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119495 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island

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      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Dec. 12, 2021

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119497 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Dec. 12, 2021

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119496 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

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      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Dec. 12, 2021

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119495 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island

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      • Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting
        Dec. 12, 2021

        Ted Davis (NY,ME,1908-1995) watercolor painting

        Est: $320 - $400

        ARTIST: Louis Theodore Davis (New York, Maine, 1908 - 1995) NAME: Abstract Composition YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 10 inches / 17 x 25 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119494 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ted Davis was born in NYC in 1908 and began his study of art at the Cooper Union Institute in the late 1920s. During the 1930s he was a student of John J. Newman. Following service in World War II, he used the GI Bill to study art in NYC. In the early 1950s he was a student of Hans Hoffman.From 1948 to 1992 he maintained studios in Manhattan and Monhegan Island, Maine. His work was exhibited in: the Annual Exhibitions at the National Society of Painters in Casein, in which he won three awards including Patrons Prize (1957); the Twentieth Biennial International Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (1959); and the Twenty-Ninth Annual Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art (1964).His work was featured in a one-man show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine in 1997, and is illustrated in Monhegan: The Artists' Island (1997). His paintings are featured in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME; the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME; the Olin Arts Center at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; and the Monhegan Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.Ted Davis drew his inspiration from the frenetic energy of New York City where he painted the bustle of the East River, its docks and river traffic. Other favorite urban subjects were musicians, commuters, still lifes, and the live models that inspired his lush nudes. For nearly fifty years Ted summered on Monhegan Island; he likened the island to a big cruise ship. It never went anywhere, but the passengers and the atmospheric changes were constantly changing.From the late 1940s to the end of his life, Ted's work became increasingly abstract yet always it contained elements of the natural environment. The early work, influenced by Hans Hoffman push-pull theory used Marin-esque brush stokes to imply a setting, rather than utterly define it. Ultimately, these brush strokes resolved themselves into blocks of color--a fish shack, a boat, and a buoy.From the 1960s to the 1990s he created prismatic layers of thin color, each layer overlapping and intersecting another. Was it the sun that shone through the center of these works? And then, of course, there were Ted's beloved boids. The gulls of Monhegan became his other world, each one imbued with an identity--Reagan, the professor, the shy, and the scolding gull. For a man who lived the routine that Ted followed, the freedom that these gulls possessed fascinated him.Ted Davis was a beloved figure on the Island. Many collectors and friends were devoted to his work, and through him became educated to the world of modernism. His impromptu lectures on artists and his insight into art will be remembered for decades. As a painter, his skill was summed up by the painter and The New Yorker cover illustrator, Charles E. Martin, who called him the best watercolorist on the island!

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • TED (L. THEODORE) DAVIS (NY/ME, 1908-1995)
        Aug. 29, 2021

        TED (L. THEODORE) DAVIS (NY/ME, 1908-1995)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        "Happy Gull", watercolor on Arches paper, a cubist abstract, signed and dated 1965 in pencil with a tiny remarque of a gull unloading on a man, titled verso, in a teak frame, floated within a mat, glazed, OS: 15 1/4" x 19", sheet size: 10" x 14". Fine condition.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • TED DAVIS (ME/NY, 1908-1995)
        Aug. 23, 2019

        TED DAVIS (ME/NY, 1908-1995)

        Est: $500 - $650

        TED DAVIS (ME/NY, 1908-1995) "Monhegan Rocks", 1951, watercolor on paper, unsigned, titled, dated and artist identified on exhibition label verso, with an original price of $1,050. House in an aluminum box frame, matted and glazed, OS: 21 1/4" x 28 1/4", SS: 15" x 22". Good condition. Proceeds to benefit the Monhegan Museum of Art & History.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • Ted Davis, Am. 1908-1995, Moored Boat, 1955, Watercolor on Paper, 10" x 13.75" Actual
        Jul. 26, 2018

        Ted Davis, Am. 1908-1995, Moored Boat, 1955, Watercolor on Paper, 10" x 13.75" Actual

        Est: $300 - $500

        Ted Davis Am. 1908-1995 Moored Boat, 1955 Watercolor on Paper Signed and Dated Lower Right "Ted Davis 1955" 10" x 13.75" Actual

        Barridoff Auctions
      • THEODORE 'TED' DAVIS (NY/ME, 1908-1995)
        Jun. 03, 2018

        THEODORE 'TED' DAVIS (NY/ME, 1908-1995)

        Est: $500 - $700

        THEODORE 'TED' DAVIS (NY/ME, 1908-1995) Untitled Abstract, watercolor on paper, signed lower right and dated 1964, signed and dated verso, marked 'Monhegan, Maine' and 'B-14', in vintage painted molded frame, linen mat, glazed, OS: 22" x 18", SS: 13 1/2" x 9 1/2". Good condition.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • Ted Davis Am. Abstracts (a pair) Signed and dated "Ted Davis 1959" l.r. Watercolor 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. 34.3 x 24.1 cm Provenance : **2nd
        May. 17, 2018

        Ted Davis Am. Abstracts (a pair) Signed and dated "Ted Davis 1959" l.r. Watercolor 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. 34.3 x 24.1 cm Provenance : **2nd

        Est: $300 - $500

        Ted Davis Am. 1908-1995 Abstracts (a pair) Watercolor Signed and dated,"Ted Davis 1960" l.r. 13 1/2 x 9 1/2" and 7 x 9 3/4"

        Barridoff Auctions
      • TED DAVIS (American, 1908-1995)
        Oct. 21, 2017

        TED DAVIS (American, 1908-1995)

        Est: $200 - $300

        TED DAVIS (American, 1908-1995), seated figure, gouache on paper, pencil signed lower left. Waving. Sight 13-1/4''h, 10-1/2''w. (Fine Art)

        South Bay Auctions Inc
      • TED DAVIS: FULL MOON OVER LOBSTER COVE
        Jan. 25, 2017

        TED DAVIS: FULL MOON OVER LOBSTER COVE

        Est: $200 - $300

        TED DAVIS: FULL MOON OVER LOBSTER COVE Watercolor on paper, 1963, signed ''Ted Davis'' lower right and dated lower left, with label from the studio of the artist. 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. (sheet), 34 1/2 x 29 1/2 in. (frame). Condition: Mat staining. Remains of old brown paper tape at the reverse of the top sheet edge.

        STAIR
      • Ted Davis watercolor
        Jun. 13, 2015

        Ted Davis watercolor

        Est: $200 - $400

        Ted Davis (American 1908- )- Untitled- watercolor on paper, 1965, signed Ted Davis 1965 in pen lower right. 9 3/4 x 13 3/4''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Watercolor Man with Pipe by L Theodore Davis 1948
        Aug. 25, 2012

        Watercolor Man with Pipe by L Theodore Davis 1948

        Est: $600 - $800

        WATERCOLOR - 'The Hermit of Manana' by L. Theodore (Ted) Davis (NY/ME, 1908-1995), signed lr and dated 1948, portrait of Ray Phillips, in driftwood frame with gilt liners, matted and glazed, SS: 20 1/2" x 14 1/2", OS: 29" x 19", fine condition.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • TED DAVIS (American, 1908 - 1995) SIX FISHERMAN ON MONHEGAN.
        Aug. 26, 2009

        TED DAVIS (American, 1908 - 1995) SIX FISHERMAN ON MONHEGAN.

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Watercolor scene shows six figures in abstract color with broad brush strokes. Signed lower right. Numbered 44-54 lower left. Signed on back of watercolor "TED DAVIS" with New York address. Hinge mounted to foam core. Housed in a light colored wood frame with white mat. SIZE: Actual size: 15-1/2" x 22-1/2". CONDITION: Very good. 9-97395

        James D. Julia
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