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    • Signed Francisco Masseria Limited Edition Print
      Feb. 29, 2024

      Signed Francisco Masseria Limited Edition Print

      Est: $200 - $300

      Signed Francisco Masseria Limited Edition Print 737/950, Measures 23.5 inches x 19.25 inches.

      Greenwich Auction
    • Signed Francisco Masseria Limited Edition Print
      Feb. 15, 2024

      Signed Francisco Masseria Limited Edition Print

      Est: $200 - $300

      Signed Francisco Masseria Limited Edition Print 737/950, Measures 23.5 inches x 19.25 inches.

      Greenwich Auction
    • Francisco Masseria (1927 - 2002) "Dolly"
      Feb. 11, 2024

      Francisco Masseria (1927 - 2002) "Dolly"

      Est: $1,500 - $3,000

      Francisco Masseria (Argentinean, 1927 - 2002) "Dolly" Oil on Canvas. Signed lower right. Titled, signed, and sized on verso. Sight Size: 24 x 19.75 in. Overall Framed Size: 31 x 26.75 x 3 in. Framed behind glass.

      Helmuth Stone
    • Francisco Masseria (1927 - 2002) "Sonriendo"
      Feb. 11, 2024

      Francisco Masseria (1927 - 2002) "Sonriendo"

      Est: $1,500 - $3,000

      Francisco Masseria (Argentinean, 1927 - 2002) "Sonriendo" Oil on Canvas. Signed lower left. Titled, signed, and dated "Paris 1979" on verso. Sight Size: 21.75 x 18 in. Overall Framed Size: 29.5 x 26.25 in.

      Helmuth Stone
    • Francisco Masseria, Argentina (1927-2002), Portrait of a Young Boy, 1968, oil on canvas
      Oct. 21, 2023

      Francisco Masseria, Argentina (1927-2002), Portrait of a Young Boy, 1968, oil on canvas

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Francisco Masseria Argentina, (1927-2002) Portrait of a Young Boy, 1968 oil on canvas signed and dated lower right, and again on the reverse, framed with liner only.

      Link Auction Galleries
    • Francisco J. J. C. Masseria, Argentina (1927-2002), Peppino, 1967, oil on canvas
      Oct. 21, 2023

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria, Argentina (1927-2002), Peppino, 1967, oil on canvas

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria Argentina, (1927-2002) Peppino, 1967 oil on canvas signed lower left, framed.

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    • Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Oil
      Nov. 20, 2022

      Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Oil

      Est: $600 - $900

      Oil on canvas. Untitled. Young lady in hat. Signed lower right and signed to verso. Painting number AR1735. 20 x 16 site, frame; 27.25 x 23.

      Main Auction Galleries
    • Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Lithograph
      Nov. 20, 2022

      Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Lithograph

      Est: $100 - $200

      Lithogrpah on paper. Untitled. Young lady. Signed in pancil and numbered 72/300 lower margin. 27.5 x 22.25 image size, frame; 34 x 28.5

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    • Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Artist Proof
      Nov. 20, 2022

      Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Artist Proof

      Est: $100 - $200

      Artist proof on paper. Untitled. Lithograph on young man. Signed and numbered 46/40 lower margin. 27.5 x 22.25 image size, frame; 34 x 29.

      Main Auction Galleries
    • Maurizio Goracci (20th century) Lithograph (Italy)
      Nov. 20, 2022

      Maurizio Goracci (20th century) Lithograph (Italy)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Lithograph on paper. Unititled. Figures in absctract colors. Signed in pencil lower right and numbered 28/300 lower left. 22 x 27.5 image size, frame; 27.25 x 32.75.

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    • Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Artist Proof
      Nov. 20, 2022

      Francisco Masseria (1927-2002)(Argentina) Artist Proof

      Est: $100 - $200

      Artist proof on paper. Untitled. Lithograph of young lady. Signed in pencil and numbered 26/40 lower margin. 27.5 x 22.5 image size, frame; 34 x 29.

      Main Auction Galleries
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)
      Oct. 16, 2022

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)

      Est: $600 - $800

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927) La Sonrisa, oil on canvas 61 x 50 cm (24 x 19 3/4 in.) framed dimensions: 77.5 x 67 cm (30 1/2 x 26 3/8 in.) signed upper left with copyright; signed with copyright and titled on verso PROVENANCE Gekkoso Gallery, Tokyo

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)
      Oct. 16, 2022

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)

      Est: $600 - $800

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927) Smile, oil on canvas 62 x 50 cm (24 3/8 x 19 3/4 in.) framed dimensions: 76 x 65 cm (29 7/8 x 25 5/8 in.) signed lower right; signed with copyright on verso PROVENANCE Gekkoso Gallery, Tokyo

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)
      Oct. 16, 2022

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)

      Est: $600 - $800

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927) Corinne, oil on canvas 55 x 46 cm (21 5/8 x 18 1/8 in.) framed dimensions: 72.5 x 63.5 cm (28 1/2 x 25 in.) signed with copyright upper left; signed with copyright and titled on verso PROVENANCE Gekkoso Gallery, Tokyo (label on backing board and stretcher.)

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)
      Oct. 16, 2022

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927)

      Est: $600 - $800

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ITALIAN B. 1927) Edwina, oil on canvas 61.5 x 50.5 cm (24 1/4 x 19 7/8 in.) framed dimensions: 79.5 x 69 cm (31 1/4 x 27 1/8 in.) signed with copyright upper right; signed with copyright and titled on verso PROVENANCE Gekkoso Gallery, Tokyo with Galerie Tamenaga, Paris (label on backing board.)

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • Francisco Masseria 1927-2006 Portrait Oil Painting
      Jul. 27, 2022

      Francisco Masseria 1927-2006 Portrait Oil Painting

      Est: $500 - $1,500

      Francisco J.J.C. Masseria (Mexican, 1927-2006). An original oil painting on canvas. A figural portrait painting of a female child figure, produced in a Magical Realism style. Signed to verso F.J.J.C. MASSERIA with additional information. Presented in a gilt frame. Work Size: 20 x 18 in. Dimensions: 25 X 23 X 1.5 in. Condition: Good overall condition with normal surface wear. Frame having moderate storage wear to edges and corners. Estate fresh to the market. Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery does not offer in-house shipping for this item. Gallery will refer third party shippers for all domestic and international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request. Got something to sell? Contact us at HillAuctionGallery.com

      Hill Auction Gallery
    • Francisco Masseria O/C Painting, Portrait of a Young Girl
      Jul. 09, 2022

      Francisco Masseria O/C Painting, Portrait of a Young Girl

      Est: $800 - $1,000

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria (Argentina, 1927-2002) oil on canvas painting depicting the portrait of a young girl with brown eyes, wearing a white collar and an elaborate headdress and costume, against an abstract multicolored background. Signed with copyright symbol "F.J.J.C. Masseria" lower right. Typed artist's biography, affixed en verso. Housed in a giltwood rococo style frame with carved corner and center decoration, an off-white linen liner, and a giltwood fillet. Sight: 23 3/4" H x 19 3/4" W. Framed: 32 3/4" H x 28 3/4" W.

      Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
    • Francisco J. J. C. Masseria Argentinian, 1927-2002 Young Girl
      Dec. 07, 2021

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria Argentinian, 1927-2002 Young Girl

      Est: $600 - $900

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria Argentinian, 1927-2002 Young Girl Signed ©F Masseria (ur); signed ©F.J.J.C. MASSERIA, inscribed M7458 and AU-2125 on the reverse Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm) C Property from a Scarsdale, NY Residence

      Doyle New York
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentinian, b. 1926) Roma, 1967 Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inche
      Nov. 11, 2021

      Francisco Masseria (Argentinian, b. 1926) Roma, 1967 Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inche

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Francisco Masseria (Argentinian, b. 1926) Roma, 1967 Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm) Signed, dated, titled, and inscribed on the reverse: F.J.J.C. Masseria / Roma 1976 / (Ae3) PROVENANCE: Bottega D' Arte, Venice, Italy; William F. McGrath, San Pedro, California, acquired from the above, 1964; Private collection, Mission Viejo, California, inherited from the above. HID01801242017

      Heritage Auctions
    • Francisco Masseria (Italian, b. 1927) Portrait of a young girl (Sarah) Oil on ca
      Jun. 10, 2021

      Francisco Masseria (Italian, b. 1927) Portrait of a young girl (Sarah) Oil on ca

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Francisco Masseria (Italian, b. 1927) Portrait of a young girl (Sarah) Oil on canvas 20 x 17-1/2 inches (50.8 x 44.5 cm) Signed lower right and again on the reverse: FJJC Masseria HID01801242017

      Heritage Auctions
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA, PORTRAIT, OIL ON CANVAS, 1969
      May. 23, 2021

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA, PORTRAIT, OIL ON CANVAS, 1969

      Est: $300 - $500

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria (Argentinian, born 1927). "The Urchin" -1969, oil on canvas. Signed and dated lower left and verso; Allen Art Galleries, Houston stamp and Fields Galleries, Tulsa label verso. Approx. 29" x 25" (frame), 24" x 20" (canvas)

      Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting
      Nov. 08, 2020

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting

      Est: $750 - $800

      ARTIST: Francisco J J C Masseria (Argentinian, 1926 - 2002) NAME: Portrait of Crying Girl YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 26 x 22 inches / 66 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso PROVENANCE: Arnot Gallery (has gallery stamp on verso) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116723 US Shipping $75 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: The artist Francisco J. J. C. Masseria was born on April 7th, 1926 in Parana, capital of Province of Entre Rios, Argentina. Masseria"s parents were Italian. Although none of his family were artists, Masseria evidenced a talent for art when he ws quite young, drawing color pencil portraits of his grade school friends. He began painting with oil paints when he was about 13 and progressed rapidly as an artist.His first achievement came at the age of fourteen when exhibiting at the Salon Annuale of Entre Rios he earned his first gold medal. His father, Joseph, encourage his son to pursue his talent as a ˜self taught artist. Masseria's paintings did not gain recognition in Argentina. "I was known locally but not nationally" he said during a visit to the USA. “The main problem was that I was a figurative painter, and the vogue was abstract art.” “I never believed in fads in art, he said. When I started to paint in Argentina people would say, "˜Francisco, why don"t you paint abstract art?" I did not paint it because I did not feel it. Yet around 1970 I started to paint abstract art because it was within me at that time, not because it was the right thing to do at the moment. At first glance, Masseria's paintings appear to be exquisitely classic ~ the luminous, angelic faces, the serene gaze of the untroubled, the Renaissance like costumes. But the backgrounds are of another time and place, whirling, swirling abstract masses. By combining the classic realism with the abstract Masseria achieved remarkable tension and release, the heartbeat of any art form. In my paintings, there is a painterly discourse in the backgrounds, he pointed out. They are not just haphazard. They have a meaning, a significance, and they stand on their own. I like to think that my painting leaves a little mystery and leads the viewer to discover new nuances in my work. Fusing realism and abstraction creates a distinctive style.Francisco J.J. C Masseria's art derives from two opposed schools of thought: the Romantic realism of Diego Velasquez, Peter Paul Rubens and Eugene Delacroix, and the swirling abstract expressionism of Chaim Soutine an dWillem de Kooning. Masseria combines these two forces in work that is both monumental and passionate. In the faces of his portraits Masseria attains a lyrical response to the human form, especially in developing the typically romantic serenity of the eyes. Like the Spaniard Velasquez, he applies vigorous brush work to his lively portraits, combining an economy of style with a painterly application of fresh translucent color. Velasquez and Masseria portraits have a fluid quality that results from the artists skillful manipulation of color. There is a virtuoso quality to Masseria"s work that is similar to Rubens, the 17th Century Flemish master, and the Frenchman Delacroix. While the compositions of these artists alternate between baroque vitality and rhythmic balance, the technique is determinedly Romantic. Their touch is free and bold. Color is their essential medium of expression. Masseria, like the abstractionists Soutine and de Kooning, aligns himself with the modern theory that color and form can exist alone as a means of expression without reference to the imitation of visual reality. The slashing, twisting colors of Masseria's backgrounds are expressive even though they are nonrepresentational. Yet the colors, brush strokes and shapes of these backgrounds hold the same expressive quality, though in vastly different form, as the realistic portraits in the foregrounds. This detail from Willem de Kooning's Door to the River, 1960, dramatically illustrates the psychological impact of color and line. Masseria also uses the Psychological quality of abstracted color and line, as shown in this detail of the background in one of his paintings. Masseria's art forms a bridge between romantic-naturalism and the contemporary school of abstract-expressionism. The calm realism of the foregrounds contrasts with the dynamic tensions of the backgrounds. Out of this emerges a painting within a painting. The patterns of colors, densely intermingled and freely splattered, exist without reference to nature. They exist for themselves alone, as color, as line, as a complex within which movements, systems and rhythms are overlaid and intertwined. Because of Masseria's meticulous fusion of classical order with the spontaneous effects of light and form, his art will continue to reward the collector long after initial acquaintance. Throughout the history of art each artist who has established a lasting reputation has also established a recognizable style. Combining two different and conflicting art approaches into a single painting has certainly established a recognizable style and reputation for Masseria. Francisco traveled across the continents of the Americas from Rio to Los Angeles to New York achieving great acclaim for his work. A series of personal exhibitions from 1950 to 1964 brought him into the major circles of the art world.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting
      Oct. 11, 2020

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting

      Est: $950 - $1,050

      ARTIST: Francisco J J C Masseria (Argentinian, 1926 - 2002) NAME: Portrait of Crying Boy YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 24 inches / 71 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso PROVENANCE: Arnot Gallery (has gallery stamp on verso); Robert Galitz Fine Art, Sleepy Hollow, IL (has gallery label on verso) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116591 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: The artist Francisco J. J. C. Masseria was born on April 7th, 1926 in Parana, capital of Province of Entre Rios, Argentina. Masseria"s parents were Italian. Although none of his family were artists, Masseria evidenced a talent for art when he ws quite young, drawing color pencil portraits of his grade school friends. He began painting with oil paints when he was about 13 and progressed rapidly as an artist.His first achievement came at the age of fourteen when exhibiting at the Salon Annuale of Entre Rios he earned his first gold medal. His father, Joseph, encourage his son to pursue his talent as a ˜self taught artist. Masseria's paintings did not gain recognition in Argentina. "I was known locally but not nationally" he said during a visit to the USA. “The main problem was that I was a figurative painter, and the vogue was abstract art.” “I never believed in fads in art,” he said. “When I started to paint in Argentina people would say, "˜Francisco, why don"t you paint abstract art?" I did not paint it because I did not feel it. Yet around 1970 I started to paint abstract art because it was within me at that time, not because it was the right thing to do at the moment.” At first glance, Masseria’s paintings appear to be exquisitely classic ~ the luminous, angelic faces, the serene gaze of the untroubled, the Renaissance like costumes. But the backgrounds are of another time and place, whirling, swirling abstract masses. By combining the classic realism with the abstract Masseria achieved remarkable tension and release, the heartbeat of any art form. In my paintings, there is a painterly discourse in the backgrounds, he pointed out. They are not just haphazard. They have a meaning, a significance, and they stand on their own. I like to think that my painting leaves a little mystery and leads the viewer to discover new nuances in my work. Fusing realism and abstraction creates a distinctive style.Francisco J.J. C Masseria's art derives from two opposed schools of thought: the Romantic realism of Diego Velasquez, Peter Paul Rubens and Eugene Delacroix, and the swirling abstract expressionism of Chaim Soutine an dWillem de Kooning. Masseria combines these two forces in work that is both monumental and passionate. In the faces of his portraits Masseria attains a lyrical response to the human form, especially in developing the typically romantic serenity of the eyes. Like the Spaniard Velasquez, he applies vigorous brush work to his lively portraits, combining an economy of style with a painterly application of fresh translucent color. Velasquez and Masseria portraits have a fluid quality that results from the artists skillful manipulation of color. There is a virtuoso quality to Masseria"s work that is similar to Rubens, the 17th Century Flemish master, and the Frenchman Delacroix. While the compositions of these artists alternate between baroque vitality and rhythmic balance, the technique is determinedly Romantic. Their touch is free and bold. Color is their essential medium of expression. Masseria, like the abstractionists Soutine and de Kooning, aligns himself with the modern theory that color and form can exist alone as a means of expression without reference to the imitation of visual reality. The slashing, twisting colors of Masseria's backgrounds are expressive even though they are nonrepresentational. Yet the colors, brush strokes and shapes of these backgrounds hold the same expressive quality, though in vastly different form, as the realistic portraits in the foregrounds. This detail from Willem de Kooning's Door to the River, 1960, dramatically illustrates the psychological impact of color and line. Masseria also uses the Psychological quality of abstracted color and line, as shown in this detail of the background in one of his paintings. Masseria's art forms a bridge between romantic-naturalism and the contemporary school of abstract-expressionism. The calm realism of the foregrounds contrasts with the dynamic tensions of the backgrounds. Out of this emerges a painting within a painting. The patterns of colors, densely intermingled and freely splattered, exist without reference to nature. They exist for themselves alone, as color, as line, as a complex within which movements, systems and rhythms are overlaid and intertwined. Because of Masseria's meticulous fusion of classical order with the spontaneous effects of light and form, his art will continue to reward the collector long after initial acquaintance. Throughout the history of art each artist who has established a lasting reputation has also established a recognizable style. Combining two different and conflicting art approaches into a single painting has certainly established a recognizable style and reputation for Masseria. Francisco traveled across the continents of the Americas from Rio to Los Angeles to New York achieving great acclaim for his work. A series of personal exhibitions from 1950 to 1964 brought him into the major circles of the art world.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentine, 1927-2002) 'Side View of Girl' Oil on Canvas
      Sep. 20, 2020

      Francisco Masseria (Argentine, 1927-2002) 'Side View of Girl' Oil on Canvas

      Est: $600 - $800

      Francisco Masseria (Argentine, 1927-2002) 'Side View of Girl' Oil on Canvas Undated, signed lower right, depicting a side view of a young girl; gold tone frame; including paperwork from Merrill Chase Condition: Very Good, light dirt accumulation on the edges and in the corners; frame having chips and paint loss; not examined out of the frame Height: 23 1/2 inches, Width: 19 1/2 inches (sight) Frame Size: 34 1/4 inches by 30 1/4 inches Category: Fine Art > South American Paintings Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Approximate Sale Time: 3:42 pm CST Links to High Resolution Images: Image #1 Image #2 Image #3 Image #4 Image #5

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    • Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting
      Sep. 06, 2020

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting

      Est: $1,150 - $1,300

      ARTIST: Francisco J J C Masseria (Argentinian, 1926 - 2002) NAME: Remembering in the Wind YEAR: 1969 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Very minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116748 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: The artist Francisco J. J. C. Masseria was born on April 7th, 1926 in Parana, capital of Province of Entre Rios, Argentina. Masseria's parents were Italian. Although none of his family were artists, Masseria evidenced a talent for art when he ws quite young, drawing color pencil portraits of his grade school friends. He began painting with oil paints when he was about 13 and progressed rapidly as an artist.His first achievement came at the age of fourteen when exhibiting at the Salon Annuale of Entre Rios he earned his first gold medal. His father, Joseph, encourage his son to pursue his talent as a ˜self taught artist. Masseria's paintings did not gain recognition in Argentina. "I was known locally but not nationally" he said during a visit to the USA. “The main problem was that I was a figurative painter, and the vogue was abstract art.” “I never believed in fads in art, he said. When I started to paint in Argentina people would say, "˜Francisco, why don't you paint abstract art?" I did not paint it because I did not feel it. Yet around 1970 I started to paint abstract art because it was within me at that time, not because it was the right thing to do at the moment.” At first glance, Masseria's paintings appear to be exquisitely classic ~ the luminous, angelic faces, the serene gaze of the untroubled, the Renaissance like costumes. But the backgrounds are of another time and place, whirling, swirling abstract masses. By combining the classic realism with the abstract Masseria achieved remarkable tension and release, the heartbeat of any art form. In my paintings, there is a painterly discourse in the backgrounds, he pointed out. They are not just haphazard. They have a meaning, a significance, and they stand on their own. I like to think that my painting leaves a little mystery and leads the viewer to discover new nuances in my work. Fusing realism and abstraction creates a distinctive style.Francisco J.J. C Masseria's art derives from two opposed schools of thought: the Romantic realism of Diego Velasquez, Peter Paul Rubens and Eugene Delacroix, and the swirling abstract expressionism of Chaim Soutine an dWillem de Kooning. Masseria combines these two forces in work that is both monumental and passionate. In the faces of his portraits Masseria attains a lyrical response to the human form, especially in developing the typically romantic serenity of the eyes. Like the Spaniard Velasquez, he applies vigorous brush work to his lively portraits, combining an economy of style with a painterly application of fresh translucent color. Velasquez and Masseria portraits have a fluid quality that results from the artists skillful manipulation of color. There is a virtuoso quality to Masseria's work that is similar to Rubens, the 17th Century Flemish master, and the Frenchman Delacroix. While the compositions of these artists alternate between baroque vitality and rhythmic balance, the technique is determinedly Romantic. Their touch is free and bold. Color is their essential medium of expression. Masseria, like the abstractionists Soutine and de Kooning, aligns himself with the modern theory that color and form can exist alone as a means of expression without reference to the imitation of visual reality. The slashing, twisting colors of Masseria's backgrounds are expressive even though they are nonrepresentational. Yet the colors, brush strokes and shapes of these backgrounds hold the same expressive quality, though in vastly different form, as the realistic portraits in the foregrounds. This detail from Willem de Kooning's Door to the River, 1960, dramatically illustrates the psychological impact of color and line. Masseria also uses the Psychological quality of abstracted color and line, as shown in this detail of the background in one of his paintings. Masseria's art forms a bridge between romantic-naturalism and the contemporary school of abstract-expressionism. The calm realism of the foregrounds contrasts with the dynamic tensions of the backgrounds. Out of this emerges a painting within a painting. The patterns of colors, densely intermingled and freely splattered, exist without reference to nature. They exist for themselves alone, as color, as line, as a complex within which movements, systems and rhythms are overlaid and intertwined. Because of Masseria's meticulous fusion of classical order with the spontaneous effects of light and form, his art will continue to reward the collector long after initial acquaintance. Throughout the history of art each artist who has established a lasting reputation has also established a recognizable style. Combining two different and conflicting art approaches into a single painting has certainly established a recognizable style and reputation for Masseria. Francisco traveled across the continents of the Americas from Rio to Los Angeles to New York achieving great acclaim for his work. A series of personal exhibitions from 1950 to 1964 brought him into the major circles of the art world.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting
      Aug. 09, 2020

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting

      Est: $750 - $850

      ARTIST: Francisco J J C Masseria (Argentinian, 1926 - 2002) NAME: Portrait of Crying Girl YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 26 x 22 inches / 66 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso PROVENANCE: Arnot Gallery (has gallery stamp on verso) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116723 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: The artist Francisco J. J. C. Masseria was born on April 7th, 1926 in Parana, capital of Province of Entre Rios, Argentina. Masseria"s parents were Italian. Although none of his family were artists, Masseria evidenced a talent for art when he ws quite young, drawing color pencil portraits of his grade school friends. He began painting with oil paints when he was about 13 and progressed rapidly as an artist.His first achievement came at the age of fourteen when exhibiting at the Salon Annuale of Entre Rios he earned his first gold medal. His father, Joseph, encourage his son to pursue his talent as a ˜self taught artist. Masseria's paintings did not gain recognition in Argentina. "I was known locally but not nationally" he said during a visit to the USA. “The main problem was that I was a figurative painter, and the vogue was abstract art.” “I never believed in fads in art, he said. When I started to paint in Argentina people would say, "˜Francisco, why don"t you paint abstract art?" I did not paint it because I did not feel it. Yet around 1970 I started to paint abstract art because it was within me at that time, not because it was the right thing to do at the moment. At first glance, Masseria's paintings appear to be exquisitely classic ~ the luminous, angelic faces, the serene gaze of the untroubled, the Renaissance like costumes. But the backgrounds are of another time and place, whirling, swirling abstract masses. By combining the classic realism with the abstract Masseria achieved remarkable tension and release, the heartbeat of any art form. In my paintings, there is a painterly discourse in the backgrounds, he pointed out. They are not just haphazard. They have a meaning, a significance, and they stand on their own. I like to think that my painting leaves a little mystery and leads the viewer to discover new nuances in my work. Fusing realism and abstraction creates a distinctive style.Francisco J.J. C Masseria's art derives from two opposed schools of thought: the Romantic realism of Diego Velasquez, Peter Paul Rubens and Eugene Delacroix, and the swirling abstract expressionism of Chaim Soutine an dWillem de Kooning. Masseria combines these two forces in work that is both monumental and passionate. In the faces of his portraits Masseria attains a lyrical response to the human form, especially in developing the typically romantic serenity of the eyes. Like the Spaniard Velasquez, he applies vigorous brush work to his lively portraits, combining an economy of style with a painterly application of fresh translucent color. Velasquez and Masseria portraits have a fluid quality that results from the artists skillful manipulation of color. There is a virtuoso quality to Masseria"s work that is similar to Rubens, the 17th Century Flemish master, and the Frenchman Delacroix. While the compositions of these artists alternate between baroque vitality and rhythmic balance, the technique is determinedly Romantic. Their touch is free and bold. Color is their essential medium of expression. Masseria, like the abstractionists Soutine and de Kooning, aligns himself with the modern theory that color and form can exist alone as a means of expression without reference to the imitation of visual reality. The slashing, twisting colors of Masseria's backgrounds are expressive even though they are nonrepresentational. Yet the colors, brush strokes and shapes of these backgrounds hold the same expressive quality, though in vastly different form, as the realistic portraits in the foregrounds. This detail from Willem de Kooning's Door to the River, 1960, dramatically illustrates the psychological impact of color and line. Masseria also uses the Psychological quality of abstracted color and line, as shown in this detail of the background in one of his paintings. Masseria's art forms a bridge between romantic-naturalism and the contemporary school of abstract-expressionism. The calm realism of the foregrounds contrasts with the dynamic tensions of the backgrounds. Out of this emerges a painting within a painting. The patterns of colors, densely intermingled and freely splattered, exist without reference to nature. They exist for themselves alone, as color, as line, as a complex within which movements, systems and rhythms are overlaid and intertwined. Because of Masseria's meticulous fusion of classical order with the spontaneous effects of light and form, his art will continue to reward the collector long after initial acquaintance. Throughout the history of art each artist who has established a lasting reputation has also established a recognizable style. Combining two different and conflicting art approaches into a single painting has certainly established a recognizable style and reputation for Masseria. Francisco traveled across the continents of the Americas from Rio to Los Angeles to New York achieving great acclaim for his work. A series of personal exhibitions from 1950 to 1964 brought him into the major circles of the art world.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting
      Jul. 05, 2020

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina,1926-2002) oil painting

      Est: $950 - $1,050

      ARTIST: Francisco J J C Masseria (Argentinian, 1926 - 2002) NAME: Portrait of Crying Boy YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 24 inches / 71 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso PROVENANCE: Arnot Gallery (has gallery stamp on verso); Robert Galitz Fine Art, Sleepy Hollow, IL (has gallery label on verso) CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116591 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: The artist Francisco J. J. C. Masseria was born on April 7th, 1926 in Parana, capital of Province of Entre Rios, Argentina. Masseria"s parents were Italian. Although none of his family were artists, Masseria evidenced a talent for art when he ws quite young, drawing color pencil portraits of his grade school friends. He began painting with oil paints when he was about 13 and progressed rapidly as an artist.His first achievement came at the age of fourteen when exhibiting at the Salon Annuale of Entre Rios he earned his first gold medal. His father, Joseph, encourage his son to pursue his talent as a ˜self taught artist. Masseria's paintings did not gain recognition in Argentina. "I was known locally but not nationally" he said during a visit to the USA. “The main problem was that I was a figurative painter, and the vogue was abstract art.” “I never believed in fads in art,” he said. “When I started to paint in Argentina people would say, "˜Francisco, why don"t you paint abstract art?" I did not paint it because I did not feel it. Yet around 1970 I started to paint abstract art because it was within me at that time, not because it was the right thing to do at the moment.” At first glance, Masseria’s paintings appear to be exquisitely classic ~ the luminous, angelic faces, the serene gaze of the untroubled, the Renaissance like costumes. But the backgrounds are of another time and place, whirling, swirling abstract masses. By combining the classic realism with the abstract Masseria achieved remarkable tension and release, the heartbeat of any art form. In my paintings, there is a painterly discourse in the backgrounds, he pointed out. They are not just haphazard. They have a meaning, a significance, and they stand on their own. I like to think that my painting leaves a little mystery and leads the viewer to discover new nuances in my work. Fusing realism and abstraction creates a distinctive style.Francisco J.J. C Masseria's art derives from two opposed schools of thought: the Romantic realism of Diego Velasquez, Peter Paul Rubens and Eugene Delacroix, and the swirling abstract expressionism of Chaim Soutine an dWillem de Kooning. Masseria combines these two forces in work that is both monumental and passionate. In the faces of his portraits Masseria attains a lyrical response to the human form, especially in developing the typically romantic serenity of the eyes. Like the Spaniard Velasquez, he applies vigorous brush work to his lively portraits, combining an economy of style with a painterly application of fresh translucent color. Velasquez and Masseria portraits have a fluid quality that results from the artists skillful manipulation of color. There is a virtuoso quality to Masseria"s work that is similar to Rubens, the 17th Century Flemish master, and the Frenchman Delacroix. While the compositions of these artists alternate between baroque vitality and rhythmic balance, the technique is determinedly Romantic. Their touch is free and bold. Color is their essential medium of expression. Masseria, like the abstractionists Soutine and de Kooning, aligns himself with the modern theory that color and form can exist alone as a means of expression without reference to the imitation of visual reality. The slashing, twisting colors of Masseria's backgrounds are expressive even though they are nonrepresentational. Yet the colors, brush strokes and shapes of these backgrounds hold the same expressive quality, though in vastly different form, as the realistic portraits in the foregrounds. This detail from Willem de Kooning's Door to the River, 1960, dramatically illustrates the psychological impact of color and line. Masseria also uses the Psychological quality of abstracted color and line, as shown in this detail of the background in one of his paintings. Masseria's art forms a bridge between romantic-naturalism and the contemporary school of abstract-expressionism. The calm realism of the foregrounds contrasts with the dynamic tensions of the backgrounds. Out of this emerges a painting within a painting. The patterns of colors, densely intermingled and freely splattered, exist without reference to nature. They exist for themselves alone, as color, as line, as a complex within which movements, systems and rhythms are overlaid and intertwined. Because of Masseria's meticulous fusion of classical order with the spontaneous effects of light and form, his art will continue to reward the collector long after initial acquaintance. Throughout the history of art each artist who has established a lasting reputation has also established a recognizable style. Combining two different and conflicting art approaches into a single painting has certainly established a recognizable style and reputation for Masseria. Francisco traveled across the continents of the Americas from Rio to Los Angeles to New York achieving great acclaim for his work. A series of personal exhibitions from 1950 to 1964 brought him into the major circles of the art world.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ARGENTINA, 1926-2002)
      Mar. 24, 2020

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ARGENTINA, 1926-2002)

      Est: $200 - $300

      OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT OF YOUNG GIRL WITH TEAR , SIGNED F.J.J.C. MASSERIA - 16 1/2" x 20" , 22" x 26" FRAMED

      Echoes Antiques & Auction Gallery
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ARGENTINA, 1926-2002)
      Feb. 25, 2020

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (ARGENTINA, 1926-2002)

      Est: $300 - $400

      OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT OF YOUNG GIRL WITH TEAR , SIGNED F.J.J.C. MASSERIA - 16 1/2" x 20" , 22" x 26" FRAMED

      Echoes Antiques & Auction Gallery
    • Francisco Masseria - Young Girl
      Feb. 11, 2020

      Francisco Masseria - Young Girl

      Est: $300 - $500

      Lot 89 Francisco Masseria Argentinian (1927-2002) Young Girl oil on canvas signed lower right 20 x 16 inches

      Capsule Gallery Auction
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]
      Jan. 09, 2020

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]

      Est: $40 - $80

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower center. Signed in plate upper right. Numbered '58/300' in pencil lower left. Work titled 'Rosanna'. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition with crease upper left edge. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]
      Jan. 09, 2020

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]

      Est: $40 - $80

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower right. Signed in plate lower right. Numbered '91/300' in pencil lower left. Work titled 'Solange'. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (1926-2002) ARGENTINA
      Jan. 04, 2020

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (1926-2002) ARGENTINA

      Est: $800 - $1,000

      Original Lithograph "Susan Sewing". Hand signed in pencil and numbered 242/300. Overall 32 1/2" x 28".

      Chamberlain Auction Gallery
    • Francisco Masseria (Argentinian, b. 1927) Dawn
      Dec. 11, 2019

      Francisco Masseria (Argentinian, b. 1927) Dawn

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Francisco Masseria (Argentinian, b. 1927) Dawn oil on canvas signed F J J C Masseria (lower right); signed and inscribed (verso) 20 x 23 ½ inches. Provenance: Kruckemeyer & Cohn Jewelers, Evansville, Indiana

      Hindman
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA (1926-2002) ARGENTINA
      Dec. 06, 2019

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA (1926-2002) ARGENTINA

      Est: $800 - $1,000

      Original Lithograph "Susan Sewing". Hand signed in pencil and numbered 242/300. Overall 32 1/2" x 28".

      Chamberlain Auction Gallery
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]

      Est: $60 - $100

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower center. Signed in plate upper right. Numbered '58/300' in pencil lower left. Work titled 'Rosanna'. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition with crease upper left edge. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]
      Dec. 03, 2019

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]

      Est: $60 - $100

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower right. Signed in plate lower right. Numbered '91/300' in pencil lower left. Work titled 'Solange'. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]
      Nov. 21, 2019

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]

      Est: $60 - $100

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower center. Signed in plate upper right. Numbered '58/300' in pencil lower left. Work titled 'Rosanna'. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition with crease upper left edge. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]
      Nov. 21, 2019

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph [Portrait]

      Est: $60 - $100

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower right. Signed in plate lower right. Numbered '91/300' in pencil lower left. Work titled 'Solange'. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria 'Rosanna' Lithograph 58/300
      Sep. 27, 2019

      Francisco Masseria 'Rosanna' Lithograph 58/300

      Est: $150 - $250

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) 'Rosanna' lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower center. Also, signed in plate upper right. Numbered '58/300' in pencil lower left. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition with crease upper left edge. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph 'Solange' 91/300
      Sep. 27, 2019

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph 'Solange' 91/300

      Est: $150 - $250

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) 'Solange' lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower right. Also, signed in plate lower right. Numbered '91/300' in pencil lower left. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria 'Rosanna' Lithograph 58/300
      Sep. 19, 2019

      Francisco Masseria 'Rosanna' Lithograph 58/300

      Est: $150 - $250

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) 'Rosanna' lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower center. Also, signed in plate upper right. Numbered '58/300' in pencil lower left. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition with crease upper left edge. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria Lithograph 'Solange' 91/300
      Sep. 19, 2019

      Francisco Masseria Lithograph 'Solange' 91/300

      Est: $150 - $250

      Francisco Masseria (Argentina b. 1927) 'Solange' lithograph. Signed by artist in pencil lower right. Also, signed in plate lower right. Numbered '91/300' in pencil lower left. Measures 22-in. x 18-in. image size, 28-in. x 23-in. sheet size. In VG+/EX+ condition. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Francisco Masseria (Italian, b. 1927) Crying, 1964
      Aug. 22, 2019

      Francisco Masseria (Italian, b. 1927) Crying, 1964

      Est: $300 - $500

      Francisco Masseria (Italian, b. 1927) Crying, 1964 oil on canvas signed and dated (upper right) 19 x 15 inches.

      Hindman
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA FEMALE OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING
      Jul. 14, 2018

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA FEMALE OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA FEMALE OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING Oil on canvas portrait of young Beatrice, created by Argentinian artist Francisco J.J.C. Masseria (1926-2002). Featuring a three quarter view in expressive realism using a myriad of colorful paints to create a feeling a liveliness. Masseria's works currently reside in the 2010 and Arnot galleries as well as many others around the world. Image: 21.75 x 18". Signed lower left. Titled, signed, and dated "Paris 1979" onverso. Frame having metal plaque with inscription "Beatrice by Masseria". Size: 29 x 25.375" including frame

      Manor Auctions
    • FRANCISCO MASSERIA OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING OF A BOY
      Jul. 14, 2018

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING OF A BOY

      Est: $3,000 - $4,000

      FRANCISCO MASSERIA OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING OF A BOY An oil on canvas, "Sonriendo" (meaning sunrise) portrays a young boy with a bright and cheerful smiling face that brings the painting to life. Known for his flowing brush strokes that invoke a sense of fluidmovement, Masseria combines realism with vividly expressive colors. Masseria's art is displayed in galleries such as the Arnot and 2010 galleries as well as many others around the world. Canvas: 21.75 x 18". Signed lowerleft. Titled, signed, and dated "Paris 1979" on verso. Frame having metal plaque with inscription "Sonriendo by Masseria". Size: 29.5 x 26.25" including frame

      Manor Auctions
    • Francisco J. J. C. Masseria. Par de retratos de niños. Óleos sobre tela. Firmados. Enmarcados.
      Dec. 23, 2017

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria. Par de retratos de niños. Óleos sobre tela. Firmados. Enmarcados.

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Francisco J. J. C. Masseria (Paraná, Argentina, 1926 - Roma, Italia, 2002). Par de retratos de niños. Óleos sobre tela. Firmados. Enmarcados. Incluyen folleto. Dimensiones: 50 x 40 cm. Estimado $ 6,000-8,000

      Morton Subastas
    • FRANCESCO MASSERIA (Argentinean, 1927-2002)
      Apr. 08, 2017

      FRANCESCO MASSERIA (Argentinean, 1927-2002)

      Est: $300 - $500

      FRANCESCO MASSERIA (Argentinean, 1927-2002), portrait of man in hat, oil on canvas, signed lower right, and inscribed ''Roma '65'' lower left, signed and dated to verso. Canvas 19-1/2''h, 16''w. (Fine Art)

      South Bay Auctions Inc
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