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Painter, b. 1892 - d. 1963

Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963)
Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915.
Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.
Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League
The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau."
As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum.
Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jul. 02, 2023

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $475 - $625

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Apr. 09, 2023

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $500 - $650

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2023

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $525 - $675

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Oct. 09, 2022

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $550 - $700

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jul. 03, 2022

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $575 - $750

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Apr. 17, 2022

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $625 - $750

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2022

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $650 - $800

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Oct. 10, 2021

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $675 - $850

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jul. 04, 2021

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Apr. 04, 2021

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $675 - $750

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jan. 03, 2021

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $750 - $800

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

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      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Oct. 11, 2020

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $750 - $850

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 US Shipping $75 + insurance. Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Jul. 05, 2020

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $750 - $850

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting
        Apr. 19, 2020

        Malcolm Humphreys (NJ,MI,1892-1963) oil painting

        Est: $750 - $850

        ARTIST: Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) NAME: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth YEAR: 1956 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 18 inches / 60 x 45 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 22 inches / 70 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Emile Albert Gruppe, William Lester Stevens, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Paul Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116259 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. Malcolm Humphreys (New Jersey, Michigan, France, 1892 - 1963) Born November 7, 1892, in Morristown, New Jersey, Malcolm Humphreys was one of five children in the family of Dr. Frank Landon Humphreys and his wife Jean Todd. Having obtained his early education at the local schools, he went on to receive his college education at Princeton, graduating from there in 1915. Serious artistic study was undertaken with John W. Carlson, Charles W. Hawthorne, George E. Brown and Charles Rosen. The artist later painted numerous landscapes but became noted for his "lifelike" portraits. The artist and his wife Willafred (known as Billy), noted socialites and supporters of the local art scene, maintained numerous residences, including renting homes in Princeton, New Jersey, Palm Beach, Florida, and Concarneau, France. Their primary residence for the last 30 years of his life was in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Humphreys maintained membership in numerous groups in support of the arts, including the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America, the American Federation of Arts, the Grand Central Gallery Association, and the American Artists Professional League while also being a founding member of the Palm Beach Art League The artist exhibited his work with the Southern Indiana Art League and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts among many other venues. Prizes won included the Third Hallgarten prize at the National Academy of Design in 1929, an honorable mention at the Allied Artists of America 1929, a prize at the Paris Salon in 1931 and the Four Arts Club "Elliott" prize in 1939 for the "most poetic painting" with his work "Harbor Concarneau." As a point of interest, the artist also had almost a dozen of his paintings photographed and included in the Peter A. Juley collection at the Smithsonian Museum. Having suffered from Prostate cancer the last few years of his life, the artist died February 7, 1963, in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Malcolm Humphreys "The Casbah Tangiers" Oil
        Dec. 08, 2019

        Malcolm Humphreys "The Casbah Tangiers" Oil

        Est: $300 - $500

        Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963). "The Casbah Tangiers" - early to mid 20th century, oil on board, signed illegibly to lower right and inscribed "The Casbah (T)angiers by Malcom Humphreys" to verso. There is also an additionsmall portrait sketch to verso. Approx: (board) 24" x 20", (frame) 30" x 26".

        Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
      • MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (NJ/MI/FRANCE, 1892-1963)
        Aug. 26, 2018

        MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (NJ/MI/FRANCE, 1892-1963)

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (NJ/MI/FRANCE, 1892-1963) The Harbor, Concarneau", oil on canvas, signed lower left, marked verso as being the 1939 First Prize of the Society of the Four Arts, founded 1936 in Palm Beach, Florida. Housed in a hand carved gilt Newcomb-Macklin matched corner frame, OS: 25" x 29", SS: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2". Very good condition.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • Malcolm Humphreys American, 1892-1963 The Harbour- Concarneau (Brittany)
        Jan. 13, 2016

        Malcolm Humphreys American, 1892-1963 The Harbour- Concarneau (Brittany)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Malcolm Humphreys American, 1892-1963 The Harbour- Concarneau (Brittany) Signed M. Humphreys (lr); inscribed as titled and Malcolm Humphreys on the stretcher Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches This work received the Elliott prize for "most poetic painting" from the Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach in 1939. C 

        Doyle New York
      • Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963)
        Dec. 07, 2008

        Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963)

        Est: $500 - $700

        Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963) "Portrait," c. 1930, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", signed lower right, framed

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (American 1892-1963) TABLE
        Jan. 31, 2008

        MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (American 1892-1963) TABLE

        Est: $600 - $800

        MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (American, 1892-1963) TABLE TOP STILL LIFE.Oil on canvas scene shows a glass, two pitchers, bowl and three pieces of fruit on a table top with colorful cover. Signed lower right "M.H. 33". Housed in a painted wood frame. SIZE: 21" x 27". CONDITION: Several small holes, area in left corner with inpainting, otherwise good. 9-92087

        James D. Julia
      • Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963) "Winter
        Dec. 02, 2007

        Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963) "Winter

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Malcolm Humphreys (American, 1892-1963) "Winter Landscape," c. 1920, oil on canvas, 29.5" x 26.25", signed lower right, framed

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (American, 1894-) "BASQUE FISHING PORT ONDARROA, SPAIN"
        Aug. 27, 2004

        MALCOLM HUMPHREYS (American, 1894-) "BASQUE FISHING PORT ONDARROA, SPAIN"

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Oil on canvas scene shows large bridge with figures, water and buildings beyond. Signed lower right. Housed in a gilt molded wood frame. Titled on back and numbered "803A".

        James D. Julia
      • Malcolm Humphreys (American, b. 1894)
        Nov. 21, 2003

        Malcolm Humphreys (American, b. 1894)

        Est: $400 - $600

        Roman Wall and Archway, Along the Lot River, Southern France Signed "M. Humphreys" l.r., identified on the reverse. Oil on panel, 14 3/4 x 19 in. (37.4 x 48 cm), framed. Condition: Surface grime.

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