$ 20.00 $ 45.00
This Bonanza 300 Bowling Ball comes with its own carry bag complete with handles to transport it to the alley and back in style.
|Dimensions||14.0ʺW x 10.0ʺD x 13.0ʺH|
$ 200.00 $ 300.00
Watercolor on paper. Framed. Hardwick was a well-respected mainstay of the Boston arts community. A painter of obvious ability, Hardwick devoted his energy primarily to watercolor. His decision to concentrate his effort on the inherently modest medium of watercolor is the reason why he is relatively obscure today. The known details of Hardwick’s life are sparse and must be pieced together from a variety of sources. The artist was born in Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada, a community founded in 1783 by American loyalists. He married Alice Roney, a Chicago native who was also an artist. A generation younger than her husband, the two are said to have met when Alice was a student at the Art Student’s League in New York, and Hardwick was her teacher. That is the only reference to Hardwick as a teacher, and the only mention of any presence in New York. Roney, born in 1876, would likely have studied at the League in the late 1890s. The subjects of Hardwick’s landscapes and genre scenes document favorite venues and thus yield a second important source of information. It is clear from his works that he spent considerable time in Holland and Belgium. Hardwick enjoyed a successful career in Massachusetts, producing attractive landscapes, genre, and marine paintings.
|Dimensions||30.0ʺW x 2.0ʺD x 24.0ʺH|
$ 152.00 $ 175.00
|Dimensions||8.0ʺW x 12.0ʺD x 6.0ʺH|
$ 45.00 $ 125.00
Great Condition, with a Rustic style finish, solid wood. Made in Indonesia.
|Dimensions||12.0ʺW x 12.0ʺD x 36.0ʺH|
$ 50.00 $ 125.00
Great Condition. with white shade, porcelain.
|Dimensions||8.0ʺW x 8.0ʺD x 37.0ʺH|