Fred Conway, “Afternoon Delight”

Fred Conway, “Afternoon Delight”

Purveyors and Restorers of the Fine Arts Painting of the Week Fred Conway “Afternoon Delight” 11″ x 13″ Oil on Panel FOOORRR!!! Paintings that will suit you to a tee. We have recently acquired seventeen sporting works of art by the famed St. Louis painter, Fred Conway. These paintings would make a welcome addition to…

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Joseph Vorst, “Springtime in Missouri”

Joseph Vorst, “Springtime in Missouri”

Purveyors and Restorers of the Fine Arts Painting of the Week Joseph Vorst “Springtime in Missouri” Oil on Board 41″ x 25″ “Springtime in Missouri” is an important painting by the extrodinary WPA artist Joseph Vorst (1897-1947). A composistion laden with symbolism relating to the issues of the day, this remarkable work has everything a…

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Aimee Schweig, “Abstract Number One”

Aimee Schweig, “Abstract Number One”

Purveyors and Restorers of the Fine Arts Painting of the Week Aimee Goldstone Schweig “Abstract Number One” Oil on Board 36″ x 28″ Aimee Schweig by all accounts, holds the title of “The Grande Dame” of painters in the history of St. Louis. Educated at the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, Washington University, she…

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Frank Nuderscher, “Across the Beyond, Arcadia Missouri”

Frank Nuderscher, “Across the Beyond, Arcadia Missouri”

Purveyors and Restorers of the Fine Arts Painting of the Week Frank Nuderscher (1880 – 1959) “Across the Beyond- Arcadia, Missouri” Oil on Canvas 25″ x 30″ A fine example of this noted Missouri painter. The painting depicts the village of Arcadia, a place where numerous Missouri artists found inspiration. Nuderscher studied in England, Germany,…

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Bernard Peters, “The Village of St. Marys, Missouri”

Bernard Peters, “The Village of St. Marys, Missouri”

Purveyors and Restorers of the Fine Arts Painting of the Week Bernard Peters “The Village of St. Marys, Missouri” Oil on Canvas Board 14″ x 17″ Beautifully rendered in an impressionistic pallet, this Missouri scene is an exceptional example of the work by this renowned artist. Born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1893, Peters studied…

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History of McCaughen & Burr

History of McCaughen & Burr

Established in 1840, McCaughen and Burr is the oldest art gallery west of the Mississippi River. Our days began on the river front and from there we have seen many of the different districts of St. Louis. Ranging from the river front, to the heart of the city, the Central West End and now located…

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