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Williams Jr. Berkeley

(1904 -  1976 )
BERKELEY WILLIAMS  JR. Jardin Fantasque

Leland Little
Mar 11, 2016
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Williams  Jr. Berkeley - Portrait

Williams Jr. Berkeley - Portrait

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Lot number: 367
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Berkeley Williams, Jr. (VA, 1905-1977), Portrait in oil on canvas, signed at lower left, inscribed on the verso "Portrait in Green / (Elizabeth Willingham Crump) / March, 1932," retaining a Young's of Richmond gallery label on the verso of the original frame with composition ornament to corners. SS 29.5 x 24.5 in.; DOA 38 x 32.5 in. A Richmond native, Williams studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He continued his studies in France, where he studied in the atelier of Boris Grigoriev and was even mentored by Pablo Picasso. In 1930, Williams showed thirty of his paintings in Richmond - including still-lives and landscapes painted in Southern France. One-man shows of his work were mounted in New York City at Montross Gallery and Loederer-Arkman Galleries throughout the 1930s. Two of his paintings of Cagnes, France were illustrated in the Rotogravure Picture Section of the New York Times on March 2, 1930. Elizabeth Landstreet Willingham Crump was born November 19, 1910 and passed away on March 25, 1968. A descendent of Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States, she is buried in Richmond, Virginia's famed Hollywood Cemetery, next to her husband J. Taylor Ellyson Crump.
Williams  Jr. Berkeley - Portrait In Green / (elizabeth Willingham Crump) / March, 1932

Williams Jr. Berkeley - Portrait In Green / (elizabeth Willingham Crump) / March, 1932

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Lot number: 367
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Berkeley Williams, Jr. (VA, 1905-1977), Portrait in 0367oil on canvas, signed at lower left, inscribed on the verso "Portrait in Green / (Elizabeth Willingham Crump) / March, 1932," retaining a Young's of Richmond gallery label on the verso of the original frame with composition ornament to corners. SS 29.5 x 24.5 in.; DOA 38 x 32.5 in. A Richmond native, Williams studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He continued his studies in France, where he studied in the atelier of Boris Grigoriev and was even mentored by Pablo Picasso. In 1930, Williams showed thirty of his paintings in Richmond - including still-lives and landscapes painted in Southern France. One-man shows of his work were mounted in New York City at Montross Gallery and Loederer-Arkman Galleries throughout the 1930s. Two of his paintings of Cagnes, France were illustrated in the Rotogravure Picture Section of the New York Times on March 2, 1930. Elizabeth Landstreet Willingham Crump was born November 19, 1910 and passed away on March 25, 1968. A descendent of Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States, she is buried in Richmond, Virginia's famed Hollywood Cemetery, next to her husband J. Taylor Ellyson Crump. Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.comConditionGood estate condition; minor chipping to frame.
Williams  Jr. Berkeley - Rico

Williams Jr. Berkeley - Rico

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Lot number: 463
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Berkeley Williams, Jr. (VA, 1905-1977),Rico
oil on canvas, signed at upper right, inscribed and dated "Rico / September '34" on the verso, unframed.? DOA 36 x 25.5 in.? A Richmond native, Williams studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He continued his studies in France, where he studied in the atelier of Boris Grigoriev and was even mentored by Pablo Picasso. In 1930, Williams showed thirty of his paintings in Richmond - including still-lives and landscapes painted in Southern France. One-man shows of his work were mounted in New York City at Montross Gallery and Loederer-Arkman Galleries throughout the 1930s. Two of his paintings of Cagnes, France were illustrated in the Rotogravure Picture Section of the New York Times on March 2, 1930.?
Williams  Jr. Berkeley - Cagnes-sur-mer, Epicerie Nicolay

Williams Jr. Berkeley - Cagnes-sur-mer, Epicerie Nicolay

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Lot number: 468
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Berkeley Williams, Jr. (VA, 1905-1977),Cagnes-Sur-Mer, Epicerie Nicolay
oil on canvas, titled on the verso, signed at lower left "Berkeley W jr," presented in a later frame.? SS 20.25 x 27.25 in.; DOA 24.25 x 31.5 in. ? A Richmond native, Williams studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He continued his studies in France, where he studied in the atelier of Boris Grigoriev and was even mentored by Pablo Picasso. In 1930, Williams showed thirty of his paintings in Richmond - including still-lives and landscapes painted in Southern France. One-man shows of his work were mounted in New York City at Montross Gallery and Loederer-Arkman Galleries throughout the 1930s. Two of his paintings of Cagnes, France were illustrated in the Rotogravure Picture Section of the New York Times on March 2, 1930.?
Williams  Jr. Berkeley - Jardin Fantasque

Williams Jr. Berkeley - Jardin Fantasque

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Berkeley Williams, Jr. (VA, 1905-1977),Jardin Fantasque
oil on canvas, unsigned, inscribed and dated on the verso "Jardin Fantasque / Brandon July '31," unframed.? 30 x 25.25 in.? A Richmond native, Williams studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He continued his studies in France, where he studied in the atelier of Boris Grigoriev and was even mentored by Pablo Picasso. In 1930, Williams showed thirty of his paintings in Richmond - including still-lives and landscapes painted in Southern France. One-man shows of his work were mounted in New York City at Montross Gallery and Loederer-Arkman Galleries throughout the 1930s. Two of his paintings of Cagnes, France were illustrated in the Rotogravure Picture Section of the New York Times on March 2, 1930. This painting is accompanied by a collection of sketches by the artist.?
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