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b. 1934 - d. 2012

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      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Jan. 07, 2024

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Williams, O/B "Waiting"
        Oct. 31, 2023

        Williams, O/B "Waiting"

        Est: $50 - $5,000

        Paul Alan Williams (Am 1934-2013) iconic view of mother and two daughters waiting in library. Frame size: 32 1/4" high, 28 1/4" wide.

        Schwenke Auctioneers
      • Williams, O/B "Vanilla At The Beach II"
        Oct. 31, 2023

        Williams, O/B "Vanilla At The Beach II"

        Est: $50 - $5,000

        Paul Alan Williams (Am 1934-2013) signed lower right, featuring two children and a bassett hound. Inscribed verso; Weston, CT. Frame size: 16 1/2" high, 14 1/2 wide. Frame losses.

        Schwenke Auctioneers
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Oct. 08, 2023

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Jul. 02, 2023

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $950 - $1,200

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Apr. 09, 2023

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,000 - $1,300

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2023

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,050 - $1,350

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams Framed Original Manuscript w COA
        Nov. 10, 2022

        Paul Williams Framed Original Manuscript w COA

        Est: $100 - $150

        Paul Williams Framed and Autographed and Numbered 155/1000 Original Manuscript w COA for Song "I Won't Last A Day". 22 inches x 17 inches

        Greenwich Auction
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Oct. 09, 2022

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,100 - $1,400

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams Framed Original Manuscript w COA
        Sep. 29, 2022

        Paul Williams Framed Original Manuscript w COA

        Est: $100 - $150

        Paul Williams Framed and Autographed and Numbered 155/1000 Original Manuscript w COA for Song "I Won't Last A Day". 22 inches x 17 inches

        Greenwich Auction
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Jul. 03, 2022

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,150 - $1,500

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • PAUL A. WILLIAMS (1934-2013) OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD
        Jun. 18, 2022

        PAUL A. WILLIAMS (1934-2013) OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD

        Est: $300 - $500

        Paul Alan Williams (Connecticut, 1934-2013) Vanilla at the Shore Late 20th Century Signed lower left, signed again and titled verso. Board measures 8 x 10 with a framed size of 14 x 15.75 inches. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

        Dirk Soulis Auctions
      • PAUL WILLIAMS (1934-2013) ILLUSTRATION O/C
        Apr. 28, 2022

        PAUL WILLIAMS (1934-2013) ILLUSTRATION O/C

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        Portrait of a Native American. Signed lower right. Signed and titled "Plains Chief" verso. Dimensions: (Frame) H 25" x W 20.75", (Canvas) H 18" x W 14" Condition: Frame coming separate from liner. Liner with spotting. Frame with some small losses.

        Westport Auction
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Apr. 17, 2022

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2022

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,300 - $1,600

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Oct. 10, 2021

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,300 - $1,600

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Breakers (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 119012 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals. After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • 3 Paul Alan Williams Prints
        Aug. 26, 2021

        3 Paul Alan Williams Prints

        Est: $100 - $200

        Paul Alan Williams (American, 1934-2013). 3 prints, including "Tinka" (numbered 1/50), "Pink Mist" (121/250), and" Lavender Bike" (132/250). Signatures and titles are penciled and inked in the margins, and signed in the plate. Tinka: 9 1/4" x 11 1/2" Lavender Bike: 18 1/4" x 14 1/4" Pink Mist: 14 1/2 x 18 1/2"

        Willow Auction House
      • 3 Paul Alan Williams Prints
        Jul. 29, 2021

        3 Paul Alan Williams Prints

        Est: $100 - $200

        Paul Alan Williams (American, 1934-2012). 3 prints, including "Tinka" (numbered 1/50), "Pink Mist" (121/250), and" Lavender Bike" (132/250). Signatures and titles are penciled and inked in the margins, and signed in the plate. Tinka: 9 1/4" x 11 1/2" Lavender Bike: 18 1/4" x 14 1/4" Pink Mist: 14 1/2 x 18 1/2"

        Willow Auction House
      • PAUL WILLIAMS (1934-2013) ILLUSTRATION O/C
        Jul. 08, 2021

        PAUL WILLIAMS (1934-2013) ILLUSTRATION O/C

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        Portrait of a Native American. Signed lower right. Signed and titled "Plains Chief" verso. Dimensions: (Frame) H 25" x W 20.75", (Canvas) H 18" x W 14" Condition: Frame coming separate from liner. Liner with spotting. Frame with some small losses.

        Westport Auction
      • PAUL A. WILLIAMS, American (1934-2013), "Summer Enchantment", oil on canvas, signed, titled and inscribed on the reverse "Paul Williams / Weston, CT", 20 x 24 inches
        Jun. 24, 2021

        PAUL A. WILLIAMS, American (1934-2013), "Summer Enchantment", oil on canvas, signed, titled and inscribed on the reverse "Paul Williams / Weston, CT", 20 x 24 inches

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        PAUL A. WILLIAMS American, (1934-2013) "Summer Enchantment" oil on canvas, signed, titled and inscribed on the reverse "Paul Williams / Weston, CT"

        Shannon's
      • PAUL WILLIAMS (AMERICAN, 1934-2013).
        May. 23, 2021

        PAUL WILLIAMS (AMERICAN, 1934-2013).

        Est: $400 - $600

        Oil on canvas. "Breakers". Signed lower right. Signed and titled verso. From a Connecticut collection.

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting
        Feb. 07, 2021

        Paul Williams (CT,1934-2013) oil painting

        Est: $1,250 - $1,400

        ARTIST: Paul A Williams (Connecticut, 1934 - 2013) NAME: Good Friends (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20 x 16 inches / 50 x 40 cm FRAME SIZE: 27 x 23 inches / 68 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso NOTE: has artist's label on verso PROVENANCE: Auctioneer: Phillips New York, Date 1988-10-28, Lot 290 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Rutherford Boyd, William Horton, Melbourne Havelock Hardwick, Sydney Dale Shaw, Arthur Goodwin, Henry Pember Smith, Walter Farndon, August Rolle, George Ames Aldrich, Moses Soyer, Alphonse Palumbo, Max Kuehne, Lilly Martin Spencer, James Gale Tyler, Theresa Ferber Bernstein, Charles Demetropoulos, George Albert Frost CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117587 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Paul Williams was born in Detroit in 1934 to parents coming from the French section of Canada and the state of Oklahoma. Paul went to school at Chadsey, Meinsinger and the Art Center School in Los Angeles, where he studied under many well-known professionals.After years of success in commercial art and upon the urging of his artist and fine art dealer wife Sandi Oliver, Paul completely changed his style and medium of work from pen and ink and Dr Martin's dyes to Impressionistic oil painting. His lifelong interest in history and collecting of antiques directed Paul to study the works of the early American and European Impressionists.Accompanied by his miniature dachshund dogs, Paul would paint in his studio barn in Weston surrounded by stately pines, beautiful gardens and Italian statuary all of which Paul personally designed. Listening to music, he would paint a simple impression of a subject without dwelling on unimportant literal details; his oils are filled with beautiful women, children and dogs portrayed in flowering gardens, beach scenes and charming cafe scenes.Even though Paul was color blind, his works were masterfully done with brush strokes full of different color paint, evoking a special nostalgia and serenity, calm, peace and joy.Paul was a member of the Society of Illustrators, the Society of American Impressionists and other Guilds. He is listed in Who's Who in America (in Art, in the East) as well as John Costagno's American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989 and in numerous art auction record books (starting in the 1980s) such as Currier's, Hislop's, Leonard's, Meyer's and McKittrick's.His work is found in corporate and private collections and museums.Paul is known for his collecting and restoring of early arms and armor, clocks (NAWCC, Inc member since ‘66), early European furniture, bells, steins and religious items. When not in his studio creating a painting or working on a restoration project, Paul would be a regular at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market searching for a hidden treasure or a part for a restoration project.Paul is survived by his loving art agent wife Sandi Oliver, aka Sandra Oliver Williams, adult children in Connecticut: John, Melissa, Philip and his wife Natasha, plus grandchildren Sage Jasmine and Jade Bella already following Paul's art, and his brother Richard and family in California.Paul's friends, family and dogs will miss Paul for his gentle demeanor, great sense of humor and loving and caring nature.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Paul F Williams (XX-XXI)
        Jan. 25, 2021

        Paul F Williams (XX-XXI)

        Est: -

        four works, each are mixed media, on oil on ink on paper, each are a nude figural study, all signed, note: two pages are double sided, works to each side, one of which is incomplete, all unframed, each is 42cm x 29.5cm

        Bargain Hunt Auctions
      • Paul F Williams (XX-XXI)
        Jan. 25, 2021

        Paul F Williams (XX-XXI)

        Est: -

        two works, mixed media on paper, study of a woman, each signed, 40cm x 26.5cm, and 30.5cm x 19cm

        Bargain Hunt Auctions
      • Paul F Williams (XX-XXI)
        Jan. 25, 2021

        Paul F Williams (XX-XXI)

        Est: -

        ''Upsurge 4'', 2014, oil on panel, signed, titled and dated verso, 60cm x 80cm

        Bargain Hunt Auctions
      • PAUL WILLIAMS, AMERICAN (1934-2013) O/C
        Nov. 10, 2020

        PAUL WILLIAMS, AMERICAN (1934-2013) O/C

        Est: $300 - $500

        Signed bottom right: Paul Williams. Titled on back "Good Friends" Dimensions: (Frame) H 27" x W 23" x D 2" (Canvas) H 20" x W 16" Condition: Frame showing signs of wear consistent with age and use including small chips and rubbing.

        Westport Auction
      • PAUL WIGHTMAN WILLIAMS MID-CENTURY ABSTRACT
        Oct. 22, 2019

        PAUL WIGHTMAN WILLIAMS MID-CENTURY ABSTRACT

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        With attached initials WW and dated '44 on back of frame. Paul Wightman Williams. Dimensions: (Frame) H 13.25" x W 11", (Paper) H 6.5" x W 4.25" Condition: Some rubbing to frame.

        Westport Auction
      • PAUL WILLIAMS River Bed 2009 oil on board
        Oct. 03, 2019

        PAUL WILLIAMS River Bed 2009 oil on board

        Est: $220 - $420

        PAUL WILLIAMS River Bed 2009 oil on board 40 x 58.5cm PROVENANCE: John Buckley Gallery, Melbourne

        Leonard Joel
      • PAUL WILLIAMS River Bed 2009 oil on board
        Sep. 26, 2019

        PAUL WILLIAMS River Bed 2009 oil on board

        Est: $300 - $500

        PAUL WILLIAMS River Bed 2009 oil on board 40 x 58.5cm PROVENANCE: John Buckley Gallery, Melbourne

        Leonard Joel
      • PAUL WIGHTMAN WILLIAMS ABSTRACT
        Sep. 22, 2019

        PAUL WIGHTMAN WILLIAMS ABSTRACT

        Est: $50 - $150

        Dated '45. Paul Wightman Williams. Initialed W.W. Dimensions: (Paper) H 6.5" x W 9.25" Condition: Irregularly shaped paper. Few light handling marks.

        Westport Auction
      • PAUL WIGHTMAN WILLIAMS MID-CENTURY ABSTRACT
        Sep. 22, 2019

        PAUL WIGHTMAN WILLIAMS MID-CENTURY ABSTRACT

        Est: $50 - $150

        With attached initials WW and dated '44 on back of frame. Paul Wightman Williams. Dimensions: (Frame) H 13.25" x W 11", (Paper) H 6.5" x W 4.25" Condition: Some rubbing to frame.

        Westport Auction
      • PAUL WILLIAMS, American (1934-2013), "Rowing", oil on canvas, signed lower left "P. Williams", signed, inscribed and titled on rever...
        Jan. 24, 2019

        PAUL WILLIAMS, American (1934-2013), "Rowing", oil on canvas, signed lower left "P. Williams", signed, inscribed and titled on rever...

        Est: $500 - $700

        PAUL WILLIAMS American (1934-2013) "Rowing" oil on canvas, signed lower left "P. Williams", signed, inscribed and titled on reverse "Paul Williams / Weston, CT / ''Rowing''" 12 x 16 inches Provenance: Private Collection, Florida. Other Notes: Tags: Canoeing, New England, Connecticut, Rowing, oil painting, Impressionist / Impressionism

        Shannon's
      • (Paul) Williams Oil on Artist Board
        Mar. 19, 2018

        (Paul) Williams Oil on Artist Board

        Est: $200 - $400

        (Paul) Williams Oil on artist board "Mes Aries", signed lower right and full signature and title on verso, sight 10 x 8 1/2", carved and gilt frame, 20 1/2" x 18 1/2". [27] CONDITION: Very good.

        Barry S. Slosberg Inc
      • P(aul) Williams Oil on Canvas
        Mar. 19, 2018

        P(aul) Williams Oil on Canvas

        Est: $800 - $1,500

        P(aul) Williams Oil on Canvas "Blue Nude", seated female nude on bed, signed P Williams lower left, fully signed and titled on verso, American 1934-2012, sight 24" x 18", distressed gilt and carved frame 33 1/2" x 27". [30] CONDITION: Very good.

        Barry S. Slosberg Inc
      • (Paul) Williams Oil on Canvas
        Mar. 19, 2018

        (Paul) Williams Oil on Canvas

        Est: $400 - $600

        (Paul) Williams Oil on Canvas, "Jardin du Port", signed lower right, verso fully signed and titled, sight 12" x 16", gilt and ebonized scroll painted wood frame, 20" x 24". [29]. CONDITION: Very good, wear and chips on frame.

        Barry S. Slosberg Inc
      • Paul Alan Williams (American, 1934-2013)- Oil
        Nov. 19, 2017

        Paul Alan Williams (American, 1934-2013)- Oil

        Est: -

        Small Impressionist oil on board of a little girl and her dog in the garden of a country house, signed "Paul Williams" lower right corner, on the reverse signed and titled "Paul Williams / Weston CT / Piglet." Image: 10" H X 12" W; frame: 13" X 15".

        Auctions at Showplace
      • Paul Mac Williams
        Sep. 23, 2017

        Paul Mac Williams

        Est: $250 - $400

        (America, 20th century) Mixed media on canvas signed and dated lower right Ò1985 VegasÓ. Good condition. H25" W31"

        Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers
      • Paul ' Dino' Williams Oil On Canvas
        Aug. 19, 2017

        Paul ' Dino' Williams Oil On Canvas

        Est: -

        Some wear around the edges. Measures approximately 20" x 24". Nr8209

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Paul Williams Au Jardin Impressionist O/C Painting
        Jul. 23, 2016

        Paul Williams Au Jardin Impressionist O/C Painting

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        CONNETICUT, 1934-2012 An oil on canvas painting entitled 'Au Jardin" by American Impressionist Paul Williams. A well dressed woman is depicted in a white dress with umbrella in hand standing with her greyhound in a rose garden. The painting was finely executed truly paying homage to the French Impressionist masters of the 19th century. The work is signed in the lower left hand corner.

        Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
      • Paul A. Williams American, 1934-2012 La Canotage (Boating), 1987
        Jan. 13, 2016

        Paul A. Williams American, 1934-2012 La Canotage (Boating), 1987

        Est: $700 - $900

        Paul A. Williams American, 1934-2012 La Canotage (Boating), 1987 Signed PWilliams (lc) Inscribed as titled, signed Paul Williams and copyrighted Weston CT. / 87 on the reverse; signed Paul Williams, copyrighted Weston CT. 1987 and inscribed as titled on the stretcher Oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches Provenance: Private collection, New York Sale: Doyle New York, Fine Furniture, Decorations and Paintings, Jul. 12, 2001, lot 68 C 

        Doyle New York
      • Paul Williams (Amer 1934-2012) Oil on Board 10" x 8" signed and titled Journee En Soleilee III.
        Aug. 25, 2015

        Paul Williams (Amer 1934-2012) Oil on Board 10" x 8" signed and titled Journee En Soleilee III.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Williams (Amer 1934-2012) Oil on Board 10" x 8" signed and titled Journee En Soleilee III.

        Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
      • Paul Williams (Amer 1934-2012) O/C 12"x16" Signed and titled Blue Bicycles.
        Aug. 25, 2015

        Paul Williams (Amer 1934-2012) O/C 12"x16" Signed and titled Blue Bicycles.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Paul Williams (Amer 1934-2012) O/C 12"x16" Signed and titled Blue Bicycles.

        Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
      • PAUL WILLIAMS (1934-2012) OIL ON BOARD
        Dec. 05, 2014

        PAUL WILLIAMS (1934-2012) OIL ON BOARD

        Est: $600 - $800

        Titled 'Vanilla at the Shore' on the reverse, signed lower left, board measures 8 x 9.75 inches, frame measures 13.75 x 15.5 inches.

        Dirk Soulis Auctions
      • Paul Williams - Loving Walk
        Nov. 08, 2014

        Paul Williams - Loving Walk

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        Loving Walk

        Morris and Whiteside Auctions LLC
      • PAUL A. WILLIAMS (American, 1934- ) "LE BORD DE LA NER" ("AFTERNOON SAIL")
        Feb. 04, 2014

        PAUL A. WILLIAMS (American, 1934- ) "LE BORD DE LA NER" ("AFTERNOON SAIL")

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Oil on canvas Housed in a fine gilt fancy frame with linen liner Signed lower right "P. Williams", also signed and titled verso on stretcher SIZE: 24" x 36". Overall: 33" x 45-1/4". CONDITION: Very good. 9-29101

        James D. Julia
      • Paul A. Williams, American (1934-2012) Oil on Canvas Painting of a Girl with Dog and Bike Looking at Sailboats. Titled en verso "Blue Bicycle" Weston, CT. Signed P. Williams Lower Right. Very Good Condition. Measures 11-1/2 Inches Tall by 15-1/4
        Nov. 13, 2013

        Paul A. Williams, American (1934-2012) Oil on Canvas Painting of a Girl with Dog and Bike Looking at Sailboats. Titled en verso "Blue Bicycle" Weston, CT. Signed P. Williams Lower Right. Very Good Condition. Measures 11-1/2 Inches Tall by 15-1/4

        Est: $600 - $800

        Paul A. Williams, American (1934-2012) Oil on Canvas Painting of a Girl with Dog and Bike Looking at Sailboats. Titled en verso "Blue Bicycle" Weston, CT. Signed P. Williams Lower Right. Very Good Condition. Measures 11-1/2 Inches Tall by 15-1/4 Inches Wide. Shipping $75.00

        Kodner Galleries
      • Paul A. Williams, American (1934-2012) Oil on Board, Girl with Dog Watching Sailboats. Titled en verso "Journee En Soleilee III". Signed P. Williams Lower Left. Very Good Condition. Measures 10-1/4 Inches Tall by 8 Inches Wide. Shipping $68.00
        Nov. 13, 2013

        Paul A. Williams, American (1934-2012) Oil on Board, Girl with Dog Watching Sailboats. Titled en verso "Journee En Soleilee III". Signed P. Williams Lower Left. Very Good Condition. Measures 10-1/4 Inches Tall by 8 Inches Wide. Shipping $68.00

        Est: $600 - $800

        Paul A. Williams, American (1934-2012) Oil on Board, Girl with Dog Watching Sailboats. Titled en verso "Journee En Soleilee III". Signed P. Williams Lower Left. Very Good Condition. Measures 10-1/4 Inches Tall by 8 Inches Wide. Shipping $68.00

        Kodner Galleries
      • Paul Williams
        Sep. 22, 2013

        Paul Williams

        Est: $300 - $500

        Autumn Light 20" x 24" oil on canvas signed lower left, dated 1986 estimate 300/500

        Fairfield Auction, LLC
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