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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Apr. 14, 2024

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,500 - $1,900

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (b. 1932): Pier Scene
      Nov. 30, 2023

      Chapman Kelley (b. 1932): Pier Scene

      Est: $100 - $200

      Chapman Kelley (b. 1932): Pier Scene oil on canvas; 1963; signed lower left, dated lower right

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,600 - $2,000

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Mar. 12, 2023

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,700 - $2,100

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Dec. 18, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,800 - $2,200

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,1932-2020) oil painting
      Oct. 09, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,1932-2020) oil painting

      Est: $1,000 - $1,300

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, 1932 - 2020) NAME: Wild Flowers YEAR: 1969 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 24 inches / 76 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120250 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Sep. 11, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,800 - $2,300

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,1932-2020) oil painting
      Jul. 03, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,1932-2020) oil painting

      Est: $1,050 - $1,350

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, 1932 - 2020) NAME: Wild Flowers YEAR: 1969 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 24 inches / 76 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120250 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Jun. 12, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $1,900 - $2,500

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,1932-2020) oil painting
      Apr. 17, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,1932-2020) oil painting

      Est: $1,050 - $1,350

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, 1932 - 2020) NAME: Wild Flowers YEAR: 1969 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 24 inches / 76 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120250 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Mar. 13, 2022

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $2,000 - $2,600

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Dec. 12, 2021

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $2,100 - $2,700

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Sep. 12, 2021

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $2,400 - $3,000

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting
      Jun. 06, 2021

      Chapman Kelley (TX,b 1932) oil painting

      Est: $2,400 - $3,000

      ARTIST: Chapman Kelley (Texas, born 1932) NAME: Nude - In the Field of Flowers MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 40 x 40 inches / 101 x 101 cm FRAME SIZE: 41 x 41 inches / 104 x 104 cm SIGNATURE: upper left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118098 US Shipping $149 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in San Antonio, Texas 1932. Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963 (sold out and featured with color illustration in Life Magazine, Sept. 20, 1963). Since the middle fifties, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including: Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Mid-Year Show, Butler Art Institute, Youngstown Ohio; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; Pennsylvania Academy Exhibit of Former Students, Philadelphia; and the Midwest Biennial, Josyln Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska. He has received an extraordinary number of honors including: $2500 Purchase Prize, Sun Carnival National Exhibit, El Paso Museum, 1969; Top Purchase Prize, Eight State Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Oklahoma City Museum of Art (formerly Oklahoma Art Center), 1965; Julian Onderdonk Memorial Purchase Prize; 1964 Texas Annual, for the permanent collection of the Witte Memorial Museum; 6th Annual Invitational Painting Exhibition, First Prize, Longview Museum of Fine Art, 1963; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Childe Hassam Fund Exhibition, 1963 Purchase Prize Award; and the National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition of American Art, 1963 S.J. Wallace Truman Prize; $1000 First Prize State Fair of Texas, 22nd Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1960.Chapman Kelley attended the Hugo D. Pohl Art School at San Antonio for eight years, Trinity University for 2,5 years, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for 4 years. While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Kelley was awarded the William Emlen Cresson European Traveling Scholarship twice - 1954 and 1955 - and received Honorable Mention in the Thomas Eakins Figure Painting Competition in 1954 and won the Celia Beaux Portrait Painting Award in 1955.

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    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Picking Daisies"
      Apr. 28, 2021

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Picking Daisies"

      Est: $400 - $700

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "Picking Daisies" oil wash on canvas signed mid-left. Thin gallery frame. 48" x 72", framed 49" x 73" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "In the Field of Flowers"
      Jan. 30, 2021

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "In the Field of Flowers"

      Est: $600 - $900

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "In the Field of Flowers" oil wash on canvas signed upper left. Thin gallery frame. 41" x 40", framed 42" x 41" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Picking Daisies"
      Jan. 30, 2021

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Picking Daisies"

      Est: $700 - $1,000

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "Picking Daisies" oil wash on canvas signed mid-left. Thin gallery frame. 48" x 72", framed 49" x 73" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "In the Field of Flowers"
      Dec. 06, 2020

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "In the Field of Flowers"

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "In the Field of Flowers" oil wash on canvas signed upper left. Thin gallery frame. 41" x 40", framed 42" x 41" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Picking Daisies"
      Dec. 06, 2020

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Picking Daisies"

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "Picking Daisies" oil wash on canvas signed mid-left. Thin gallery frame. 48" x 72", framed 49" x 73" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Field of Flowers"
      Dec. 06, 2020

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Field of Flowers"

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "Field of Flowers" oil wash on canvas signed mid-right. Thin gallery frame. 42" x 42", framed 43-1/4" x 43-1/4" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Nude with Blue Flowers"
      Dec. 06, 2020

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Nude with Blue Flowers"

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "Nude with Blue Flowers" oil on canvas signed upper left. Framed. 24" x 24", framed 31" x 32" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Day Lilies"
      Dec. 06, 2020

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Day Lilies"

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932) "Day Lilies", 1968 oil on canvas signed and dated mid-left, titled on "Atelier Chapman Kelley" card en verso. Framed. 24" x 20", framed 32" x 28-1/4" Provenance: The Estate of Bonnie Bolding Swearingen, Birmingham, Alabama.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • CHAPMAN KELLEY (AMERICAN, B. 1932) PRIMROSES OIL ON CANVAS 48 X 72 INCHES (121.9
      Dec. 09, 2017

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (AMERICAN, B. 1932) PRIMROSES OIL ON CANVAS 48 X 72 INCHES (121.9

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932) Primroses Oil on canvas 48 x 72 inches (121.9 x 182.9 cm) Signed lower left: Chapman Kelley HID04901242017

      Heritage Auctions
    • CHAPMAN KELLEY (B. 1932), NUDE, CHALK ON PAPER
      Dec. 02, 2017

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (B. 1932), NUDE, CHALK ON PAPER

      Est: $400 - $600

      Chapman Kelley (Texas, b. 1932), Nude, 1966, chalk on paper, sight: 16.5 x 24", frame: 25.5 x 32" Texas artist Chapman Kelley's first New York exhibition was resoundingly received in 1963, having sold out and was featured in Life magazine in September, 1963. Since the mid-1950's, Kelley has participated in many of this country's major national group exhibitions including Pennsylvania Academy Annual, Philadelphia; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Audubon Artist's Annual, New York; Young American Realists, Cummer Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, Florida; 20th Century Realists Exhibition, San Diego Museum; and the Midwest Biennial, Joslyn Art Museum, Missouri. He has received extraordinary honors from renowned art museums and institutions across the country. His works are included in collections across the world including those of: Dallas Museum of Art, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Former President Lyndon B. Johnson; El Paso Museum of Art, Texas Instruments Inc., Mrs. Eugene McDermott of Dallas, First National Bank of Dallas, and the Oklahoma Art Center.

      Vogt Galleries Texas
    • KELLEY, Chapman. Oil on Canvas. "Sailboats with
      Oct. 08, 2017

      KELLEY, Chapman. Oil on Canvas. "Sailboats with

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Spinnakers V". 1973. Signed, lower left. Inventory label, affixed verso. Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932). From a Prominent Corporate Collection, Westchester County, NY.

      Clarke Auction Gallery
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932)
      Sep. 13, 2015

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932)

      Est: $150 - $250

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Female Nudes", 1971-1972, 3 red chalk drawings on paper, both signed lower left and dated lower right, 25 1/2 in. x 20 1/2 in. to 20 1/2 in. x 25 1/2 in., framed. (3 pcs.)

      Neal Auction Company
    • Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932)
      Apr. 27, 2014

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Chapman Kelley (American/Texas, b. 1932), "Female Nudes", 1971-1972, three red chalk drawings on paper, all signed lower left and dated lower right, 25 1/2 in. x 20 1/2 in. (2); 20 1/2 in. x 25 1/2 in. (1), framed (3 pcs.)

      Neal Auction Company
    • CHAPMAN KELLEY (1932 - TEXAS) WATERCOLOR 'FLOATING FLOWERS'
      Jan. 10, 2014

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (1932 - TEXAS) WATERCOLOR 'FLOATING FLOWERS'

      Est: $300 - $400

      Titled Floating Flowers, signed upper left, the sheet itself measures 29.5 x 41 inches.

      Dirk Soulis Auctions
    • Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Wildflowers, 1986
      Mar. 16, 2012

      Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Wildflowers, 1986

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932) Wildflowers, 1986 watercolor signed Chapman Kelley (middle left) 31 1/2 x 44 1/2 inches.

      Hindman
    • Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Poppies, Lilac and Sunflowers, 1983
      Mar. 16, 2012

      Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Poppies, Lilac and Sunflowers, 1983

      Est: $400 - $600

      Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932) Poppies, Lilac and Sunflowers, 1983 watercolor signed Chapman Kelley (middle left) 29 x 22 inches.

      Hindman
    • Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Petunias, 1983
      Mar. 16, 2012

      Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Petunias, 1983

      Est: $400 - $600

      Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932) Petunias, 1983 watercolor signed Chapman Kelley (middle left) 29 x 22 inches.

      Hindman
    • Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Floating Flowers XVI, 1979
      Mar. 16, 2012

      Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Floating Flowers XVI, 1979

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932) Floating Flowers XVI, 1979 watercolor signed Chapman Kelley (upper left) 32 1/4 x 41 inches.

      Hindman
    • Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Statue of Liberty, New York Harbour, 1977
      Mar. 16, 2012

      Chapman Kelley, (American, b. 1932), Statue of Liberty, New York Harbour, 1977

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Chapman Kelley (American, b. 1932) Statue of Liberty, New York Harbour, 1977 watercolor signed Chapman Kelley (upper left) 32 1/4 x 41 inches.

      Hindman
    • Chapman Kelley (B. 1932), "Nude" 1966 oil on
      Jan. 29, 2011

      Chapman Kelley (B. 1932), "Nude" 1966 oil on

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Chapman Kelley (B. 1932), "Nude" 1966 oil on canvas. Canvas: 16"H x 20"W; Frame: 22"H x 26"W. Signed upper left, "Chapman Kelly". Dated upper right.

      Dallas Fine Art Auction
    • CHAPMAN KELLEY (American, b. 1932) Flowers, 1966
      Jan. 25, 2009

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (American, b. 1932) Flowers, 1966

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (American, b. 1932) Flowers, 1966 Oil on canvas 40 x 40 inches (101.6 x 101.6 cm) Signed lower left: Chapman Kelley Dated lower right: 1966

      Heritage Auctions
    • CHAPMAN KELLEY (b. 1932)
      Dec. 02, 2006

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (b. 1932)

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      CHAPMAN KELLEY (b. 1932) Roses Oil on canvas 40in. x 48in. Signed mid-left Widely known for his paintings of flowers, still lifes, and nudes, Chapman Kelley is a member of the first generation of modern artists making their home in Dallas, Texas, after the end of World War II. His semi-abstract style evokes a dreamy impression of the subjects he paints. Provenance: Acquired from the artist by the present owner

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