From the collection of the late Martha Radford, a long time designer for world renowned Georgetown Leather Design, design director of HOBO International, and creative director for Adam Alexis, revered for her unique, innovative style and ability to stay ahead of the curve in the fashion industry. Her influence continues to flourish today, as HOBO International recently celebrated its 30th anniversary paying tribute to her classic designs which have remained woven in the fabric of the brand’s legacy, attracting the attention of fashionistas worldwide from everyday women to celebrities. I am proud to introduce, for the first time ever, a few select pieces from her personal collection now available for your consideration.
Offering an elegant pair of 19th century oil paintings circa 1840 showcased in matching ornate giltwood frames with fine scroll and foliate detail, in a neutral, muted color palette of brown, tan, green, burgundy, and grayish blue, displaying characteristics representative of their highly sought predecessors of the Dutch Golden Age. Depicting a beautiful landscape, simple and understated, of a cottage retreat along the water overlooking a picturesque mountain view, and a sailboat set to sea. Their petite scale makes them a highly versatile pair to perfectly complement small spaces, however, they present beautifully in a large grouping as well, together and/or individually. Artwork is in excellent condition commensurate with age with only minor flaws observed around edge of frames. Frames reveal minor flaws consistent with age as well, however, overall presentation displays beautifully with no major defects observed. Please examine photos carefully for details. A rare find with coordinating scenes of an old world view of the serene landscape of the Netherlands. Oil on board. Unsigned. Ready to hang.
Dimensions - individually (framed): 14.25”L x 2”D x 10”H
Pair of 19th Century Dutch Landscapes
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