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Landscape painter, Naval painter, Painter, Etcher, b. 1889 - d. 1975

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      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "California Hills, at Malibu"
        May. 07, 2024

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "California Hills, at Malibu"

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "California Hills, at Malibu" Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Paul Lauritz; titled in ink on the stretcher

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "Old Home of Pio Pico, Last Mexican Governor of California"
        May. 07, 2024

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "Old Home of Pio Pico, Last Mexican Governor of California"

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "Old Home of Pio Pico, Last Mexican Governor of California" Oil on canvas laid to board Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled from two inscriptions in pencil and ink, possibly in another hand, verso

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "Paths of Old"
        May. 07, 2024

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "Paths of Old"

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "Paths of Old" Oil on canvas Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled verso

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz Landscape Oil on Canvas Board
        Mar. 03, 2024

        Paul Lauritz Landscape Oil on Canvas Board

        Est: $800 - $1,500

        Winter Landscape measures 24" x 34" Oil on Canvas ON Board, signed lower left, Vintage frame

        California Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) Oil On Panel Landscape
        Feb. 20, 2024

        Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) Oil On Panel Landscape

        Est: $100 - $1,000

        DESCRIPTION: Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) Oil on panel landscape painting, signed "Paul Lauritz" at lower right. Signed "Paul Lauritz" at verso. CIRCA: 20th Century ORIGIN: American DIMENSIONS: (Sight) H: 5.5" W: 7.5" (Frame) H: 10" W: 12" CONDITION: Paint loss at edges. Unless otherwise stated, all information provided is the opinion of our specialists. Should you have any specific questions regarding the condition of this lot, please use the ask question button or send us an email.

        Akiba Galleries
      • Painting, Paul Lauritz
        Dec. 15, 2023

        Painting, Paul Lauritz

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975), "Buildings in a Country Landscape," oil on canvas, signed lower left, canvas: 24"h x 34"w, overall (with frame): 30.25"h x 40.25"w. Provenance: John Moran Auctioneers, February 2011.

        Clars Auctions
      • Paul Lauritz Landscape Oil on Canvas Board
        Dec. 02, 2023

        Paul Lauritz Landscape Oil on Canvas Board

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Winter Landscape measures 24" x 34" Oil on Canvas ON Board, signed lower left, Vintage frame

        California Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "California Hills, at Malibu," Oil on canvas, 25" H x 34.25" W
        Nov. 14, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "California Hills, at Malibu," Oil on canvas, 25" H x 34.25" W

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "California Hills, at Malibu" Oil on canvas Signed lower right: Paul Lauritz; titled in ink on the stretcher

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz Landscape Oil on Canvas Board
        Nov. 12, 2023

        Paul Lauritz Landscape Oil on Canvas Board

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Winter Landscape measures 24" x 34" Oil on Canvas ON Board, signed lower left, Vintage frame

        California Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975) Mountain Landscape 12 x 24 in. framed 19 1/4 x 31 1/4 x 1 1/4 in.
        Sep. 19, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975) Mountain Landscape 12 x 24 in. framed 19 1/4 x 31 1/4 x 1 1/4 in.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975) Mountain Landscape signed 'P. LAURITZ' (lower left) oil on canvas 12 x 24 in. framed 19 1/4 x 31 1/4 x 1 1/4 in.

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) landscape painting, oil on board, signed "Paul Lauritz", mounted in original custom Arts & Crafts...
        Sep. 12, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) landscape painting, oil on board, signed "Paul Lauritz", mounted in original custom Arts & Crafts...

        Est: $800 - $1,600

        Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) landscape painting, oil on board, signed "Paul Lauritz", mounted in original custom Arts & Crafts gilt carved frame, 12" x 15", framed 19-1/4" x 22-1/4", excellent condition, no paint loss, board is flat, no warping

        William Bunch Auctions & Appraisals
      • PAUL LAURITZ CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE PAINTING
        Aug. 05, 2023

        PAUL LAURITZ CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE PAINTING

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        OIL ON BOARD, SIGNED LOWER LEFT, "PAUL LAURITZ" (PAUL LAURITZ, 1889-1975.) CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE OIL PAINTING. 19 1/2" x 15 1/2" IMAGE SIZE / 24" x 20" IN FRAME.

        Redlands Antique Auction
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) A Secret Pool 13 x 17 in. framed 17 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.
        Aug. 02, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) A Secret Pool 13 x 17 in. framed 17 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) A Secret Pool signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower left) oil on canvas laid to board 13 x 17 in. framed 17 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), California landscape, Oil on board, 11.75" H x 14.75" W
        Aug. 01, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), California landscape, Oil on board, 11.75" H x 14.75" W

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) California landscape Oil on board Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975)
        Jul. 22, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975)

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Autumn-California Mountains. Oil on canvas. Signed (lower left), in good condition, framed. 22 x 27 1/2 in. (image); 28 x 35 in. (frame).

        Turner Auctions + Appraisals
      • Paul Lauritz Painting California Eucalyptus c1910s
        Jun. 03, 2023

        Paul Lauritz Painting California Eucalyptus c1910s

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Painting California Eucalyptus c1910s. Signed lower left. Some craquelure otherwise excellent condition. No visible restoration under black light. 16"h x 20"w. Frame 22"h x 26"w. Spend $5000 or more at this auction and all of your SHIPPING IS FREE within the lower 48 states. SHIPPING We box and ship ourselves, to keep shipping costs low. We do not use a packaging service, unless the customer prefers us to use them. We can ship either USPS or Fed Ex Ground. We deliver most larger pieces ourselves on the west coast and we make a loop around the US within approximately 60 days after the auction. No matter where you live in the lower 48 states, we look forward to personally meeting you and delivering larger pieces directly to your house. Most larger pieces can be hand delivered for $300 almost anywhere in the lower 48 states. For estimated shipping times of larger pieces, please call or email us before you bid.

        California Historical Design, Inc
      • Paul Lauritz (Norwegian-American 1889-1975)
        May. 21, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian-American 1889-1975)

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian-American 1889-1975) 'Stream at the Bottom of the Mountain' oil on canvas Signed l/l 25 x 21 1/2in (63 x 53cm) Framed: 33in. x 29in. ( 84 x 74cm) Paul Lauritz developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, Paul Lauritz did Plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, primary colors. Lauritz was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club.

        Fine Estate Inc.
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "The First Snow Mt. San Jacinto," Oil on canvas, 25" H x 30" W
        May. 09, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975), "The First Snow Mt. San Jacinto," Oil on canvas, 25" H x 30" W

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "The First Snow Mt. San Jacinto" Oil on canvas Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled in pencil on the stretcher

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (California,1889-1975) oil painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (California,1889-1975) oil painting

        Est: $1,600 - $2,000

        ARTIST: Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) NAME: Country Landscape MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 31 inches / 68 x 78 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122541 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in Larvik, Norway, Paul Lauritz became a noted painter based in California of portraits and desert landscapes. Early in his career, he was in Alaska. He was raised in the picturesque Norwegian village of Larvik and exposed to famous painters from all over the world who came there for subject matter. One of them, an English watercolorist, gave him painting lessons in exchange for his family providing board and room, and local painters Fritz Thoulaw and Christian Krogh also encouraged him as a young man. At age 16, he headed West and got a job in Vancouver, Canada, and then Portland, Oregon as a commercial artist doing maps, posters and decorations. In Portland, he married Mary Potterton in 1912, and then began a career as a serious portrait artist. However, the lure of gold in Alaska took him and Mary to Sunrise Creek, where they lost money, and he vowed he would never again be distracted from his art work. He became close to Alaska's most distinguished artist, Sydney Lawrence, who was impressed by Lauritz' determination and encouraged his art career in every way. Just after World War I, he and his wife moved to Los Angeles when the city was beginning to boom, and he had a studio from which he did portrait painting on Spring Street in the old Lyceum Theater. In 1920, they moved to the hills overlooking the city and built the first dwelling on Clayton Avenue. He developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, he did plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles, and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, basic colors. He was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club, plein air landscape painters for whom he gave numerous painting demonstrations and workshops. His work was sold by the Artists Guild of America and the Vose Galleries of Boston. During World War II, the King of Norway purchased one of his marine paintings that was transported by submarine.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Painting, Paul Lauritz
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Painting, Paul Lauritz

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Paul Lauritz (American/Norwegian, 1889-1975), "Last Days of Summer," oil on canvas, signed lower left, signed and titled verso, sight: 19.25"h x 23.25"w, overall (with frame): 27"h x 30.5"w

        Clars Auctions
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Chico Hills 20 x 25 in. framed 26 x 31 in.
        Feb. 07, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Chico Hills 20 x 25 in. framed 26 x 31 in.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Chico Hills signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower right) and titled (on the reverse) oil on canvas affixed to board 20 x 25 in. framed 26 x 31 in.

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Long Lake, Toward Evening, High Sierras 25 x 30 in. framed 31 x 37 in.
        Feb. 07, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Long Lake, Toward Evening, High Sierras 25 x 30 in. framed 31 x 37 in.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Long Lake, Toward Evening, High Sierras signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower right) and titled (on the stretcher bar) oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. framed 31 x 37 in.

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Valley Scene (believed to be Owens Lake) 28 x 34 in. framed 37 x 43 in.
        Feb. 07, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Valley Scene (believed to be Owens Lake) 28 x 34 in. framed 37 x 43 in.

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Valley Scene (believed to be Owens Lake) signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower left) oil on canvas 28 x 34 in. framed 37 x 43 in.

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Barnyard in Summer 28 x 32 in. framed 35 x 38 1/2 in.
        Feb. 07, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Barnyard in Summer 28 x 32 in. framed 35 x 38 1/2 in.

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Barnyard in Summer signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower right) oil on canvas 28 x 32 in. framed 35 x 38 1/2 in.

        Bonhams
      • Attributed to Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Waves Breaking at Sunset 32 x 36 in. framed 42 x 45 in.
        Feb. 07, 2023

        Attributed to Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Waves Breaking at Sunset 32 x 36 in. framed 42 x 45 in.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Attributed to Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Waves Breaking at Sunset bears signature 'Paul Lauritz' (lower left) oil on canvas affixed to board 32 x 36 in. framed 42 x 45 in.

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2023

        Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting

        Est: $1,400 - $1,800

        ARTIST: Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) NAME: Golden Autumn, California MEDIUM: oil on canvas. РЎanvas applied to board CONDITION: Minor damages to edges. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 19 x 27 inches / 48 x 68 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Samuel Hyde Harris, Arthur Hill Gilbert, Mary DeNeale Morgan, Anna Althea Hills, Alfred Richard Mitchell, Benjamin Chambers Brown, Maurice Braun, Jean Mannheim, Hanson Puthuff, Franz Arthur Bischoff, Dana Bartlett, Jack Wilkinson Smith, Thomas McGlynn, John Marshall Gamble, Clarence Keiser Hinkle, William Griffith CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115633 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) Born in Larvik, Norway, Paul Lauritz became a noted painter based in California of portraits and desert landscapes. Early in his career, he was in Alaska. He was raised in the picturesque Norwegian village of Larvik and exposed to famous painters from all over the world who came there for subject matter. One of them, an English watercolorist, gave him painting lessons in exchange for his family providing board and room, and local painters Fritz Thoulaw and Christian Krogh also encouraged him as a young man. At age 16, he headed West and got a job in Vancouver, Canada, and then Portland, Oregon as a commercial artist doing maps, posters and decorations. In Portland, he married Mary Potterton in 1912, and then began a career as a serious portrait artist. However, the lure of gold in Alaska took him and Mary to Sunrise Creek, where they lost money, and he vowed he would never again be distracted from his art work. He became close to Alaska's most distinguished artist, Sydney Lawrence, who was impressed by Lauritz' determination and encouraged his art career in every way. Just after World War I, he and his wife moved to Los Angeles when the city was beginning to boom, and he had a studio from which he did portrait painting on Spring Street in the old Lyceum Theater. In 1920, they moved to the hills overlooking the city and built the first dwelling on Clayton Avenue. He developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, he did plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles, and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, basic colors. He was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club, plein air landscape painters for whom he gave numerous painting demonstrations and workshops. His work was sold by the Artists Guild of America and the Vose Galleries of Boston. During World War II, the King of Norway purchased one of his marine paintings that was transported by submarine.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Lauritz (California,1889-1975) oil painting
        Dec. 18, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (California,1889-1975) oil painting

        Est: $1,600 - $2,000

        ARTIST: Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) NAME: Country Landscape MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Missing a few flakes of paint. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 31 inches / 68 x 78 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122541 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born in Larvik, Norway, Paul Lauritz became a noted painter based in California of portraits and desert landscapes. Early in his career, he was in Alaska. He was raised in the picturesque Norwegian village of Larvik and exposed to famous painters from all over the world who came there for subject matter. One of them, an English watercolorist, gave him painting lessons in exchange for his family providing board and room, and local painters Fritz Thoulaw and Christian Krogh also encouraged him as a young man. At age 16, he headed West and got a job in Vancouver, Canada, and then Portland, Oregon as a commercial artist doing maps, posters and decorations. In Portland, he married Mary Potterton in 1912, and then began a career as a serious portrait artist. However, the lure of gold in Alaska took him and Mary to Sunrise Creek, where they lost money, and he vowed he would never again be distracted from his art work. He became close to Alaska's most distinguished artist, Sydney Lawrence, who was impressed by Lauritz' determination and encouraged his art career in every way. Just after World War I, he and his wife moved to Los Angeles when the city was beginning to boom, and he had a studio from which he did portrait painting on Spring Street in the old Lyceum Theater. In 1920, they moved to the hills overlooking the city and built the first dwelling on Clayton Avenue. He developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, he did plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles, and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, basic colors. He was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club, plein air landscape painters for whom he gave numerous painting demonstrations and workshops. His work was sold by the Artists Guild of America and the Vose Galleries of Boston. During World War II, the King of Norway purchased one of his marine paintings that was transported by submarine.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Lauritz oil on board landscape
        Nov. 27, 2022

        Paul Lauritz oil on board landscape

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        measures 12" x 16" signed lower right

        California Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz oil on board California landscape
        Nov. 27, 2022

        Paul Lauritz oil on board California landscape

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Oil on Board Landscape signed bottom left measures 14.5" x 17.5"

        California Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Valley Scene (believed to be Owens Lake) 28 x 34 in. framed 37 x 43 in.
        Nov. 21, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Valley Scene (believed to be Owens Lake) 28 x 34 in. framed 37 x 43 in.

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Valley Scene (believed to be Owens Lake) signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower left) oil on canvas 28 x 34 in. framed 37 x 43 in.

        Bonhams
      • After Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975), "A Song of Spring, California Eucalyptus," 1924, Screenprint in colors on paper board, 13.625" H x 16.
        Nov. 16, 2022

        After Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975), "A Song of Spring, California Eucalyptus," 1924, Screenprint in colors on paper board, 13.625" H x 16.

        Est: $200 - $300

        After Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "A Song of Spring, California Eucalyptus," 1924 Screenprint in colors on paper board Signed in the image lower left: Paul Lauritz 13.625" H x 16.625" W Provenance: Sold: John Moran Auctioneers, Pasadena, CA, October 19, 1999, Lot 230 The Estate of George David Sturges, acquired from the above

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975), "Pounding Surf Coast of Maine", Oil on canvas laid to panel, 24" H x 34" W
        Oct. 25, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975), "Pounding Surf Coast of Maine", Oil on canvas laid to panel, 24" H x 34" W

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) "Pounding Surf Coast of Maine" Oil on canvas laid to panel Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; signed again and titled verso 24" H x 34" W

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz Morning Light
        Oct. 22, 2022

        Paul Lauritz Morning Light

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Paul Lauritz (American, 1889-1975) Morning Light Oil on canvas Signed Paul Lauritz, lower left

        Larsen Art Auction
      • Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975)
        Oct. 13, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975), "A Rushing Stream", oil on canvas, signed lower right, 24 in. x 34 in., framed. Provenance: Bonhams, Los Angeles, CA, Apr. 5, 2022, lot 363.

        Neal Auction Company
      • Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting
        Oct. 09, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting

        Est: $1,450 - $1,900

        ARTIST: Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) NAME: Golden Autumn, California MEDIUM: oil on canvas. РЎanvas applied to board CONDITION: Minor damages to edges. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 19 x 27 inches / 48 x 68 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Samuel Hyde Harris, Arthur Hill Gilbert, Mary DeNeale Morgan, Anna Althea Hills, Alfred Richard Mitchell, Benjamin Chambers Brown, Maurice Braun, Jean Mannheim, Hanson Puthuff, Franz Arthur Bischoff, Dana Bartlett, Jack Wilkinson Smith, Thomas McGlynn, John Marshall Gamble, Clarence Keiser Hinkle, William Griffith CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115633 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) Born in Larvik, Norway, Paul Lauritz became a noted painter based in California of portraits and desert landscapes. Early in his career, he was in Alaska. He was raised in the picturesque Norwegian village of Larvik and exposed to famous painters from all over the world who came there for subject matter. One of them, an English watercolorist, gave him painting lessons in exchange for his family providing board and room, and local painters Fritz Thoulaw and Christian Krogh also encouraged him as a young man. At age 16, he headed West and got a job in Vancouver, Canada, and then Portland, Oregon as a commercial artist doing maps, posters and decorations. In Portland, he married Mary Potterton in 1912, and then began a career as a serious portrait artist. However, the lure of gold in Alaska took him and Mary to Sunrise Creek, where they lost money, and he vowed he would never again be distracted from his art work. He became close to Alaska's most distinguished artist, Sydney Lawrence, who was impressed by Lauritz' determination and encouraged his art career in every way. Just after World War I, he and his wife moved to Los Angeles when the city was beginning to boom, and he had a studio from which he did portrait painting on Spring Street in the old Lyceum Theater. In 1920, they moved to the hills overlooking the city and built the first dwelling on Clayton Avenue. He developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, he did plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles, and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, basic colors. He was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club, plein air landscape painters for whom he gave numerous painting demonstrations and workshops. His work was sold by the Artists Guild of America and the Vose Galleries of Boston. During World War II, the King of Norway purchased one of his marine paintings that was transported by submarine.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Snow on the San Gabriels 24 x 26 in. framed 32 x 34 in.
        Aug. 02, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Snow on the San Gabriels 24 x 26 in. framed 32 x 34 in.

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) Snow on the San Gabriels signed 'PAUL LAURITZ' (lower left) and titled on the presentation plaque oil on canvas 24 x 26 in. framed 32 x 34 in. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting
        Jul. 03, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        ARTIST: Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) NAME: Golden Autumn, California MEDIUM: oil on canvas. РЎanvas applied to board CONDITION: Minor damages to edges. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 19 x 27 inches / 48 x 68 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Samuel Hyde Harris, Arthur Hill Gilbert, Mary DeNeale Morgan, Anna Althea Hills, Alfred Richard Mitchell, Benjamin Chambers Brown, Maurice Braun, Jean Mannheim, Hanson Puthuff, Franz Arthur Bischoff, Dana Bartlett, Jack Wilkinson Smith, Thomas McGlynn, John Marshall Gamble, Clarence Keiser Hinkle, William Griffith CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115633 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) Born in Larvik, Norway, Paul Lauritz became a noted painter based in California of portraits and desert landscapes. Early in his career, he was in Alaska. He was raised in the picturesque Norwegian village of Larvik and exposed to famous painters from all over the world who came there for subject matter. One of them, an English watercolorist, gave him painting lessons in exchange for his family providing board and room, and local painters Fritz Thoulaw and Christian Krogh also encouraged him as a young man. At age 16, he headed West and got a job in Vancouver, Canada, and then Portland, Oregon as a commercial artist doing maps, posters and decorations. In Portland, he married Mary Potterton in 1912, and then began a career as a serious portrait artist. However, the lure of gold in Alaska took him and Mary to Sunrise Creek, where they lost money, and he vowed he would never again be distracted from his art work. He became close to Alaska's most distinguished artist, Sydney Lawrence, who was impressed by Lauritz' determination and encouraged his art career in every way. Just after World War I, he and his wife moved to Los Angeles when the city was beginning to boom, and he had a studio from which he did portrait painting on Spring Street in the old Lyceum Theater. In 1920, they moved to the hills overlooking the city and built the first dwelling on Clayton Avenue. He developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, he did plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles, and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, basic colors. He was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club, plein air landscape painters for whom he gave numerous painting demonstrations and workshops. His work was sold by the Artists Guild of America and the Vose Galleries of Boston. During World War II, the King of Norway purchased one of his marine paintings that was transported by submarine.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), Mountain landscape, Oil on canvas laid to canvas, 25" H x 30" W
        May. 17, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), Mountain landscape, Oil on canvas laid to canvas, 25" H x 30" W

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975, Glendale, CA) Mountain landscape Oil on canvas laid to canvas Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz 25" H x 30" W

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      • Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "California Winter", Oil on canvas board, 16" H x 18" W
        May. 17, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "California Winter", Oil on canvas board, 16" H x 18" W

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975, Glendale, CA) "California Winter" Oil on canvas board Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled verso 16" H x 18" W

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      • Paul Lauritz. American/California. Beautiful blue mountainous landscape with lake in the foreground.
        Apr. 24, 2022

        Paul Lauritz. American/California. Beautiful blue mountainous landscape with lake in the foreground.

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        Paul Lauritz. American/California. Beautiful blue mountainous landscape with lake in the foreground. Oil on canvas. Framed. Titled with inscription on stretcher "Evening on the ?". Label on stretcher, as well. Good original condition. Slight craquelure. Sight: 28 x 32in. Overall: 33 x 37in.

        Tremont Auctions
      • Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting
        Apr. 17, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (CA,1889-1975) oil painting

        Est: $1,600 - $2,000

        ARTIST: Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) NAME: Golden Autumn, California MEDIUM: oil on canvas. РЎanvas applied to board CONDITION: Minor damages to edges. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 19 x 27 inches / 48 x 68 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Samuel Hyde Harris, Arthur Hill Gilbert, Mary DeNeale Morgan, Anna Althea Hills, Alfred Richard Mitchell, Benjamin Chambers Brown, Maurice Braun, Jean Mannheim, Hanson Puthuff, Franz Arthur Bischoff, Dana Bartlett, Jack Wilkinson Smith, Thomas McGlynn, John Marshall Gamble, Clarence Keiser Hinkle, William Griffith CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115633 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Paul Lauritz (California, 1889 - 1975) Born in Larvik, Norway, Paul Lauritz became a noted painter based in California of portraits and desert landscapes. Early in his career, he was in Alaska. He was raised in the picturesque Norwegian village of Larvik and exposed to famous painters from all over the world who came there for subject matter. One of them, an English watercolorist, gave him painting lessons in exchange for his family providing board and room, and local painters Fritz Thoulaw and Christian Krogh also encouraged him as a young man. At age 16, he headed West and got a job in Vancouver, Canada, and then Portland, Oregon as a commercial artist doing maps, posters and decorations. In Portland, he married Mary Potterton in 1912, and then began a career as a serious portrait artist. However, the lure of gold in Alaska took him and Mary to Sunrise Creek, where they lost money, and he vowed he would never again be distracted from his art work. He became close to Alaska's most distinguished artist, Sydney Lawrence, who was impressed by Lauritz' determination and encouraged his art career in every way. Just after World War I, he and his wife moved to Los Angeles when the city was beginning to boom, and he had a studio from which he did portrait painting on Spring Street in the old Lyceum Theater. In 1920, they moved to the hills overlooking the city and built the first dwelling on Clayton Avenue. He developed a fascination for desert landscapes, and he and his wife did much exploring and extended camping in the deserts of the Mohave, Colorado, and Arizona. At first, he did plein air painting but discovered that he got a stronger light on the canvas by completing the work in his studio. He used gigantic brushes, pre-war French bristles, and even used them to achieve minute strokes. He also used palette knives and his hand to achieve a textural effect and generally simple, basic colors. He was active in the California art scene as a member of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission and President of the California Art Club, plein air landscape painters for whom he gave numerous painting demonstrations and workshops. His work was sold by the Artists Guild of America and the Vose Galleries of Boston. During World War II, the King of Norway purchased one of his marine paintings that was transported by submarine.

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      • Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) California valley with poppies and lupine 28 x 42 in. framed 33 x 47 in.
        Apr. 12, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) California valley with poppies and lupine 28 x 42 in. framed 33 x 47 in.

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975) California valley with poppies and lupine signed 'Paul Lauritz' (lower left) oil on canvas 28 x 42 in. framed 33 x 47 in. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975) A rushing stream 24 x 34in (61 x 86.3cm)
        Apr. 05, 2022

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975) A rushing stream 24 x 34in (61 x 86.3cm)

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Paul Lauritz (Norwegian/American, 1889-1975) A rushing stream signed 'PAUL LAURITZ' (lower right) oil on canvas 24 x 34in (61 x 86.3cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • PAUL LAURITZ (1889 - 1975): WINTER SNOW IN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINS
        Mar. 24, 2022

        PAUL LAURITZ (1889 - 1975): WINTER SNOW IN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINS

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        oil on canvas; signed lower left; 30 x 36 inches; 37 1/4 x 43 inches frame;

        Abell Auction
      • Paul Lauritz, (American/California, 1889-1975), "A Song of Spring, California Eucalyptus", 1924, serigraph, sight 13-5/8" x 16-5/8",...
        Jan. 29, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (American/California, 1889-1975), "A Song of Spring, California Eucalyptus", 1924, serigraph, sight 13-5/8" x 16-5/8",...

        Est: $500 - $800

        Paul Lauritz (American/California, 1889-1975) "A Song of Spring, California Eucalyptus", 1924 serigraph signed lower left in print. Glazed and framed. sight 13-5/8" x 16-5/8", framed 23" x 26"

        New Orleans Auction Galleries
      • Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "Autumn California", Oil on Masonite, 16" H x 20" W
        Jan. 18, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "Autumn California", Oil on Masonite, 16" H x 20" W

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975, Glendale, CA) "Autumn California" Oil on Masonite Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled verso 16" H x 20" W

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "High Sierras at Lone Pine", Oil on canvas laid to board, 20" H x 24" W
        Jan. 18, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "High Sierras at Lone Pine", Oil on canvas laid to board, 20" H x 24" W

        Est: $600 - $800

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975, Glendale, CA) "High Sierras at Lone Pine" Oil on canvas laid to board Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled verso 20" H x 24" W

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      • Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "Santa Paula Valley", Oil on board, 13.5" H x 15.25" W
        Jan. 18, 2022

        Paul Lauritz, (1889-1975, Glendale, CA), "Santa Paula Valley", Oil on board, 13.5" H x 15.25" W

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Lauritz (1889-1975, Glendale, CA) "Santa Paula Valley" Oil on board Signed lower left: Paul Lauritz; titled on a label affixed to the backing board 13.5" H x 15.25" W

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