Category Archives: Art in General

Riverside Art Finds joins Charish Buying Venue

Charish offers White Glove Shipping – a great bonus for large and heavy weight items that are not practical to box and ship. They also offer their shoppers credit card purchasing, instant payment and processing. Keeping the name consistent I … Continue reading

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New Shopping Avenue on Etsy

Check out the RiversideArtFinds Etsy store for new finds. Small paintings, etchings, tintypes, and frames. Inventory is available with the quick Etsy checkout system, of course I am always available by phone or email for questions or additional pictures. Great … Continue reading

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American Arts and Crafts

The Arts and Crafts movement was an exciting time of change in the American aesthetic. Generally accepted to be between 1880 and 1920, with the core of popularity 1910- 1915. Well known is the distinctive Mission style Stickley furniture, Frank Lloyd Wright … Continue reading

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The Donkey in Art & History

On the Horses & Dogs and Sculpture pages you will find three donkey art works. Donkeys are a member of the horse family, they are known to be stubborn but also incredibly strong, gentle, patient and trusting. A donkey may resist going somewhere it is afraid … Continue reading

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Vintage Dog Art

Dogs are great – whether a mix or pure breed – they bring an energetic quality to our lives. On the Riverside Fine Art website you will find vintage and antique pieces, some are unidentifiable mixed or extinct breeds but many are … Continue reading

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Wood Carving as Art?

This week in Sculpture and Horse & Dogs are new additions of hand carved wood works. So much carved wood objects you see today are made by machine or mass produced it is easy to forget about it as an artistic … Continue reading

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Painting and Sculpture New Additions

New horses and dogs for sale! A sensitive early 20th century impressionist painting by listed New York artist Sybilla Mittel Weber. Weber has caught a quiet moment shared between a young woman and a beautiful reddish brown horse. Wonderful green … Continue reading

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Another Sternberg! a Glastonbury Painting

These paintings are always an exciting find (I don’t think their owners relinquish them very often). Charlotte’s works are an American treasure. The last one sold quickly and headed down south. This one ‘Glastonbury Town Hall’ may end up staying … Continue reading

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New Addition Charlotte Joan Sternberg Timberlost Farms

Added today is a wonderfully charming and historic work by Connecticut native artist Charlotte Joan Sternberg (see biography for details of her life). A fine egg tempera on panel the scene is the Noah Bacon Homestead also known as Timberlost … Continue reading

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New Addition – Lebduska Dancing Horses

This 20th century American artist painted some of the most purely charming ‘make you smile’ paintings out there. I have always been a fan of the French artist Henri Rousseau, to me Lebduska is the ‘American Rousseau’. A highly creative artist … Continue reading

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