Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style

Vtg_RARE_JARU_California_Pottery_Nude_Female_Sculpture_Mid_Century_Modern_Style_01_zmVtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style

Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style
This is really an exquisite piece of Mid-Century Modern Style art. She is leaning forward and resting her head on her shoulder and arm on her knee. Appears to be deep in thought. This piece is signed JARU and dated 1987 on the bottom. The color is a wonderful nude/peach that is just perfect. This piece is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks or repairs. It measures roughly 12 inches wide, 11 inches tall and about 7.5 inches in depth. I’ve searched the internet high and low and have not been able to fine another like this one. A truly rare piece! Please see all pictures as they serve as part of the description. Please note that there is a small shadowy circle in some pictures…. That is a flaw in my camera and not this piece! The item “Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style” is in sale since Sunday, March 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\California Pottery”. The seller is “rugger8hsu” and is located in Etna, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Material: Pottery
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Color: Nude / Peach
  • Maker: Jaru
  • Sub-Style: Modern

Vtg RARE JARU California Pottery Nude Female Sculpture Mid Century Modern Style

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage_Modeline_Danish_Teak_Wood_Table_Lamp_Lot_of_2_RARE_California_40_Tall_01_veqi Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 for repair. One is missing the pull chain mechanism up on the socket. The one with the original pull chain switch did not light when I put in a new bulb. Shades are original but a bit toasted. One of the shades has the original Modeline label. One of the shades is missing the small brass clips that hold the shade at the top to the wood. Both are 40 tall. Some signs of wear, but I would say the fixtures are in good cosmetic condition. I would highly recommend rewiring them. Local pick-up is also available. The item “Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall” is in sale since Saturday, March 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “jonathan1589″ and is located in Simsbury, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Sub-Style: Scandinavian
  • Featured Refinements: Teak Lamp
  • Type: \lamp
  • Material: Teak
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Height: 40″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Adrian Pearsall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare

Jan_Hillcourt_Painting_MID_Century_Modern_Abstract_Expressionism_California_Rare_01_tjrJan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare

Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare
Overview : DATES ABOUT 1960. RARE WOMAN MODERNIST THAT WAS ACTIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO AS AN ABSTRACT PAINTER. SOME MILD PAINT SEPARATION FROM HEAT AND AGE ON THE BLACK. Measurements : Painting 26 BY 32 INCHES. FRAMED 27 BY 33 INCHES. Thank you for visiting!! Items must be picked up WITHIN 3 DAYS. The item “JAN HILLCOURT PAINTING MID CENTURY MODERN ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM CALIFORNIA RARE” is in sale since Friday, May 11, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “samuelcollection” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway, Croatia, Brazil, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay.
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Medium: Oil
  • Subject: Abstract
  • Style: Expressionism
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Painting Surface: Canvas
  • Features: Framed
  • Originality: Original

Jan Hillcourt Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism California Rare

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 for repair. One is missing the pull chain mechanism up on the socket. The one with the original pull chain switch did not light when I put in a new bulb. Shades are original but a bit toasted. One of the shades has the original Modeline label. One of the shades is missing the small brass clips that hold the shade at the top to the wood. Both are 40 tall. Some signs of wear, but I would say the fixtures are in good cosmetic condition. I would highly recommend rewiring them. Local pick-up is also available. The item “Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall” is in sale since Monday, February 25, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “jonathan1589″ and is located in Simsbury, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Featured Refinements: Teak Lamp
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Sub-Style: Scandinavian
  • Maker: Adrian Pearsall
  • Material: Teak
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: \lamp
  • Height: 40″

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall
Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 for repair. One is missing the pull chain mechanism up on the socket. The one with the original pull chain switch did not light when I put in a new bulb. Shades are original but a bit toasted. One of the shades has the original Modeline label. One of the shades is missing the small brass clips that hold the shade at the top to the wood. Both are 40 tall. Some signs of wear, but I would say the fixtures are in good cosmetic condition. I would highly recommend rewiring them. Local pick-up is also available. The item “Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall” is in sale since Saturday, January 26, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “jonathan1589″ and is located in Simsbury, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Sub-Style: Scandinavian
  • Featured Refinements: Teak Lamp
  • Type: \lamp
  • Material: Teak
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Height: 40″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Adrian Pearsall

Vintage Modeline Danish Teak Wood Table Lamp Lot of 2 RARE California 40 Tall

Incoming search terms:

  • mid century modern values reduced by repairs

Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps

Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps

Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps
Rare matching pair of Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California 1950s table lamps. Awesome atomic space age atom Shaped design. Each lamp has been tested and works great. They both retain their original black lacquered finish, three way switch and paper modeline label. The wood is in good condition with no damage, flaws or repairs. Measures 18 x 31. The item “Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps” is in sale since Sunday, January 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “joeg93454″ and is located in Santa Maria, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Sub-Style: Atomic 50s
  • Type: Lamps
  • Material: Brass
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Modeline Of California Inc
  • Color: Black

Rare Mid Century Modern Modeline Company Of California Atomic 1950s Lamps

Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp

Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp
Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp
Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp
Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp
Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp

Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp
Karpen of California Mid Century Modern HUGE Table Lamp. This lamp is STUNNING! It’s a whopping 61 tall with a space age cone shaped shade that is truly awe-inspiring. Please note, the lamp is unmarked, but yeah… They all came together– as can be seen in my photo. Mid Century chairs and furniture by Karpen has such a cache; the chairs alone fetch thousands of dollars! This lamp is a must have for any Karpen aficionado. The lamp is in great vintage condition with only a couple minor issues- there appears to be some sort of original very small fracture on the lamp where the ceramic meets the base (this can be seen in the photographs)– although I do believe this was original to the piece–as it is smooth to the touch, and appears to have been originally glazed into the lamp. The lamp shade also had a hairline fracture in the shade, which has been repaired on the inside and cannot be seen, even when the lamp is lit. 61″ H X 15″ W. The chair is in great vintage condition. The item “Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp” is in sale since Saturday, July 13, 2013. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “babalicklins” and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.
Rare HUGE 61 Space Age Karpen of California Cone Mid Century Modern Table Lamp

RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY

RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY

RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY
SPECIALIZING IN VERY HIGH END RESIDENCES FOR. I HAVE BEEN BUILDING AN ABSTRACT. I WILL BE LISTING 30 YEARS OF COLLECTING ANTIQUES. VINTAGE CLOTHES, FABRICS, CZECH GLASS BUTTONS. AND MANY OTHER COLLECTIBLES SO BOOKMARK MY STORE. MY FEEDBACK NUMBER REPRESENTS. PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. TITLE: Two Rhythmical Horses. John Haley – Lower Left / ca. 1949 on back label. MEDIUM: Oil on Board. SIZE: 24″ x 36″ Image – 32 1/2″ x 44 1/2″ Original Frame. FRAME: Very good original condition with a few dings and scrapes to be expected with the age of this piece. California Modernist Series -CMT Collection. ” Two Rhythmical Horses” ca. 1949 remained in the dining room of the Haley’s home until his death. This was one of his wife Monica’s favorite paintings. As with the Virginia City series of my collection, the majority of the works I have collected of Haley’s were his personal favorite that he and Monica displayed in the dining room of their home. This excerpt from the monologue John Haley: A Retrospective explains the period of his work the best. After the war, and for years to come, the Haleys. Summered in the Baja and the American. Southwest, camping or staying with friends in New. John found rich subject. Matter and inspiration for compositions and colors. In the dramatic vistas and geolocial formations. Some of his best works from the 1940’s and 50’s. Depict scenes around Taos and Monument Valley. With earth-toned forms outlined by black lines. Acquired from Haley’s Estate, Two Rhythmical Horses is in excellent condition in its original frame. Signed on lower left John Haley. Good Haley’s rarely come up, this is your chance to invest in one of California’s earliest modernist best paintings – YOU SIMPLY WILL NOT FIND ANOTHER ONE LIKE THIS – MUSEUM QUALITY. JOHN CHARLES HALEY BIO. John Haley (1905 – 1991). A feature of the artwork of John Charles Haley is diversity. Through his continual exploration of divergent styles and media his artwork remained wonderfully fresh and innovative. Naturally, several labels were attributed to his work – figurative, modernist, abstract expressionist – all of which displeased Haley. At the same time, he was lauded as one of those who have brought West Coast painting to maturity. A native of Minnesota, Haley initially studied at the Minneapolis School of Art where he received training in the academic manner. An astute and talented student, he received an award that enabled him to study in Munich with the German modernist master, Hans Hofmann. Haley quickly absorbed the master’s cubist forms, soon establishing himself as one of Hofmann’s most outstanding students. By 1930, Haley was hired as art instructor at the University of California at Berkeley where he became distinguished for promoting Hofmann’s modernist ideas. Alfred Frankenstein, who organized John Haley’s solo show at the de Young Museum in 1980, described Haley as the “principal cornerstone of the Berkeley School of Watercolor Painting” – referring to a style founded by Haley during the 1930s. Haley is credited with building one of the strongest art departments in the country at the University of California at Berkeley and influencing generations of artists such as Elmer Bischoff, Paul Wonner and Stephen de Staebler. Haley won numerous awards and prizes for watercolors painted during his early career. With the advent of Surrealism and Abstraction during the post-war years – when many figurative artists were left dangling – Haley promptly responded to this new aesthetic. He reconsidered his figural themes during a five year period of experimentation; from this period – as his images of the figure became increasingly fragmented and abstracted – Haley produced some of the most pivotal works of his career. While Haley avoided self-promotion and his work often defied classification, critics cited comparisons to Guston, Dufy and Cezanne. Critic John Koplans has most appropriately described in Artforum, July, 1962: What is enjoyable about Haley’s work is his deep concern for painting rather than a search for a brand image. Art was a personal expression for him. His philosophy is perhaps best stated in The Daily Californian in 1933, Modern art is not a quarrel with tradition. It is tradition expressing itself in a new way. Through tireless exploration, Haley maintained a fresh vision and response to art through change. 1949 John Haley – Mortimer Levitt Gallery, New York. 1954 John Haley – Richmond Art Center, California. 1962 John Haley – Worth Ryder Art Gallery, University of California, Berkeley. John Haley: Paintings – M. DeYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco. 1963 John Haley: Guest Artist – Fine Arts Festival, Chico State College. 1968 John Haley: 13 Oil Paintings, Bronzes – Newman Hall New quarters, Berkeley. 1974 John Haley: Oil Paintings and Drawings – Four Winds Gallery, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 1980 John Haley – M. DeYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco (show runs 13 weeks). 1989 John Haley – Jan Halloway Gallery – San Francisco. 1990 John Haley – Craft & Folk Art Museum – San Francisco. 1990 John Haley Richmond – The Richmond Museum – Richmond, CA. 1932-48 San Francisco Art Association Annuals. 1940 Art Institute of Chicago. 1947-48 Second Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. 1948 First Annual Contemporary American Painting University of Illinois College Art Association Traveling Exhibition. California State Fair Integration of the Arts Exhibition. Mortimer Levitt Gallery, New York. American Federation of Arts, Traveling. 67th Annual of Oils and Sculpture, SFAA San Francisco Museum of Art. 12th Annual Watercolor Exhibition, SFAA San Francisco Museum of Art. International Exhibition of Drawings Santa Barbara Museum of Art Rotunda Gallery Group Show of Portraits. Mosaic Project, Landscape Architects’ Exhibition San Francisco Museum. 1948-49 Third Annual Exhibition of Painting California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. 1949 Artists West of the Mississippi – Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, by invitation. University of Nebraska Annual Exhibition, by invitation. American Federation of Arts Traveling Show selected from Bay Region Artists Exhibit. 1950 Art Movements and Public Taste Exhibition San Francisco Museum of Art. 30th Annual Exhibition of the California Watercolor Society, Pasadena CA. San Francisco Art Festival Fourth Annual Exhibition of Painting. California Palace of the Legion of Honor, California State Fair. 14th Annual Watercolor Exhibition, SFAA San Francisco Museum of Art. Exhibition of American Painting Today Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 1951 Contemporary American Paintings Des Moines Art Center, by invitation. Artists West of the Mississippi, 13th Annual of Prints and Drawings – Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, University of Illinois, by invitation. Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, by invitation. Louis, Missouri by invitation. 50th Anniversary Show: Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, by invitation. Exhibition of California Works from the Metropolitan Museum Exhibitions of American Painting Today. Watkins Gallery, American University, Washington, D. Bay Region Artists Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Art, by invitation. 1951 Benefit Exhibition – Temple Sinai, Oakland, by invitation. Opening Exhibition – Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California by invitation. 70th Annual Oil and Sculpture Exhibition, SFAA San Francisco Museum. 15th Annual Drawings and Prints Exhibition, SFAA San Francisco Museum. 15th Annual Watercolor Exhibition, SFAA – San Francisco Museum. San Francisco Art Festival Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco. 1950,51,52,53 Various Group Shows – Mortimer Levitt Gallery, New York. 1952 Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting – University of Illinois, by invitation. Art Makes Contact – San Francisco Museum of Art, by invitation. Bay Region Artists Exhibit – San Francisco Museum of Art, by invitation. Five San Francisco Artists Exhibit – University of Minnesota, by invitation. Annual of Contemporary American Painting – San Antonio, by invitation. Exhibition of American Watercolors, Drawings and Prints – Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 71st Annual of Painting and Sculpture, SFAA – San Francisco Museum of Art. Painting and Sculpture Annual Richmond Art Center. Rental Gallery Show – San Francisco Museum of Art. 1953 Annual Exhibition of American Painting and Sculpture – University of Illinois, by invitation. 14 Artists West of the Mississippi – Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, by invitation. Pagan and Christian Art Exhibit – California Palace of the Legion of Honor, by invitation. Exhibition of Artist Members of the SFAA – M. DeYoung Memorial Museum, by invitation. Second Annual of Painting and Sculpture – Richmond Art Center. 72nd Annual of Painting and Sculpture, SFAA – San Francisco Museum of Art. 149th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture – Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia. Contemporary American Drawings – Wisconsin Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin by invitation. 1955 Biennial Sao Paulo, Brazil, by invitation. 18th Annual of Drawing, SFAA – San Francisco Museum of Art. Richmond’s 50th Anniversary Celebration – Richmond Art Center, by invitation. 61st Western Annual – Denver Art Museum, by invitation. 5th Annual of Oil and Sculpture – Richmond Art Center. 1956 Art of the Pacific Coast – San Francisco Museum of Art, by invitation. 75th Annual of Painting and Sculpture, SFAA – San Francisco Museum of Art. 1956 19th Annual of Drawings and Prints, SFAA – San Francisco Museum of Art. 5th Annual Watercolor Exhibition – Richmond Art Center. Third Biennial – Sao Paulo, Brazil – San Francisco Museum, by invitation (summer). 20th Annual Watercolor Exhibition, SFAA – San Francisco Museum. 6th Annual Oil and Sculpture Exhibition – Richmond Art Center. 1956-57 California Drawings – Pomona College, by invitation. DeYoung Memorial Museum Exhibition of Members, SFAA – 1957 3rd Annual Invitational Exhibition. University of Utah Centennial Art Exhibition, California Artists by invitation. Chico State College Exhibition, by invitation. 76th Annual Painting and Sculpture Exhibition, SFAA – San Francisco Museum. “Painting of the Month” Student Union Building, University of California, Davis, by invitation. Village Arts Exhibition Richmond, CA, by invitation. California Artists 1957 – Centennial Exhibition – San Jose State College, by invitation. Long Beach Museum of Art Long Beach by invitation. 1958 Santa Barbara Museum, Santa Barbara by invitation. Humbolt State College, by invitation. Mills College, Oakland, by invitation. California Painter’s Exhibition – Oakland Art Museum. Art Bank Exhibitions, San Francisco Art Association. Ford Foundation Program in Fine Arts – 7th Annual Watercolor, Graphic, Sculpture Exhibit – Richmond Art Center. Eigth Annual of Oil and Sculpture – Richmond Art Center. San Francisco Art Association Membership Exhibition – California Palace of the Legion of Honor. 78th Annual Painting and Sculpture Exhibition, SFAA – San Francisco Museum of Art. 1958-59 “Fresh Paint” – M. 1959 Sculpture Exhibition – California College of Arts and Crafts, Invitational Exhibition. California Palace of the Legion of Honor – Invitational Selection from Art Bank of San. Francisco Art Association, Department of Architecture, University of California. San Francisco Art Association Members Exhibition – M. 1960 Invitational Exhibition of Potential Acquisitions – University of Oregon (spring). Faculty Exhibition – Art Department – Kroeber Hall, University of California Nov. 1961 California Palace of the Legion of Honor. Richmond Art Center, Painting and Sculpture Annual. Worth Ryder Art Gallery, University of California. San Francisco Art Association Art Bank Traveling Exhibition. 1962 Sixth Biennial International Exhibition – Sao Paulo, Brazil. Third Winter Invitational – California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. San Francisco Art Institute Members Exhibition – M. “Arts of San Francisco” : Five Paintings – San Francisco Museum. 1962-63 Fourth Winter Invitational Exhibition – California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. 1962-64 Drawings from West Coast America Art Gallery, City of Auckland, New Zealand. 1963 “Then and Now” – San Francisco Art Institute Artists Council invitational exhibition, (March). “Expression in the West” – San Francisco Art Institute Art Bank Traveling Exhibition. Selected by San Francisco Museum of Art (October). Texas Western College, El Paso. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston. University of Missouri, Columbia. Washington State University, Pullman. Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, Texas. Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut. University of Wisconsin, Madison. “Hans Hofmann and His Students” Traveling exhibition of the New York Museum of Modern Art. (at International House, Denver, May 1963) and shown in university galleries through June 1964. 1963-64 Artists of the University of California at UCLA, Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara, Riverside. Dedication Exhibition Psychoanalytic Society and Institute Building, San Francisco (May-June 1963). 1964 Fifth Winter Invitational Exhibition – California Palace of the Legion of Honor Jan. Hollis Galleries, 510 Clay Street, San Francisco. 1965 Fine Arts Festival Exhibit – California State College at Los Angeles. Art Council Promenade Exhibition of Faculty Artists at Berkeley and Davis at the Adele Bednarz Galleries. Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Paintings by U. Artists, University Art Gallery, Berkeley. “Florence Allen Herself Show” – University of California Medical Center, Milberry Union. Newman Guild Religious Arts Festival – Newman Center, Sacramento, Ca. 1966 Pre-view and Exhibition – Richmond Art Center – Richmond Art Center Service League Museum. 1967 Berkeley Art Faculty Exhibition – University Art Gallery, Barrows Lane, University of California, Berkeley. 1967 Selections 1967:Recent Acquisitions in Modern Art -‘University Art Museum Barrows Lane, Berkeley. “Painters Behind Painters” Exhibition – California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. Berkeley Art Faculty Group Show – College of the Siskiyous, Weed, CA. 1968 Oakland California Mosswood Junior Center of Arts and Science. 1969 Oakland Mosswood Junior Center of Arts and Science. 1970 Berkeley Art Faculty Show – University of California, Berkeley. 1971 Second Annual Members Show – Friends of Photography, Carmel, CA. 1974 Second Annual Richmond Area Artists Exhibition – Richmond Art Center. 1975 “The Artist As Collector” Newport Harbor Art Museum Exhibition Newport, CA. African, New Guinea and Penitente Art, Haley Sculpture and Paintings. 1977 Spring, Arts and Crafts Festival : Invitational Exhibition. Washington School, Richmond, CA – Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland-Museum. Watercolors from the California Collection in the Oakland Museum, “Ferry Boats”. Fortieth Anniversary Exhibition – Richmond Art Center. Crocker Museum, Sacramento – Gouache by John Haley on loan from the Oakland Museum. 1982 West’82 Art and the Law Exhibition – St. Paul, Minnesota “The Trial of Lucullus” oil. 1983 West’83 Art and the Law: Invitational Exhibition Atlanta, Georgia. “Witness to Hostile Encounter” gouache 1986-87 Tokyo, Japan, Gallery Shoh. Paul, Minnesota, Landmark Center. Atlanta, Memorial Arts Center. Portland, Portland Justice Center. Tallahasse, Florida District Court of Appeals, Supreme Court Building. South Carolina, Greenville Art Museum. Stillwater, Minnesota, Tamarack House Gallery. The item “RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY” is in sale since Tuesday, November 17, 2015. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “seamateo” and is located in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed?: Signed
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Large (Greater than 30in.)
  • Style: Abstract
  • Listed By: Reseller – Private collection
  • Medium: Oil
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Subject: Animals

RARE California Modernist JOHN HALEY Berkeley School Oil Painting MUSEUM QUALITY