Paramour Fine Arts

Williams, Keith Shaw

(1906-1951)

Born in Marquette, Michigan, he later studied painting at the Pennsylvania Acedemy and later at the National Academy under Ivan Olinsky and Charles Hawthorne. He would later win the Hallgarten Prize from this institution Known for his academic style of painting as well as print making
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"Wengenroth Making a Lithograph"

"Wengenroth Making a Lithograph"

Etching, c. 1945
7 3/4 in. x 11 7/8 in. (197 mm x 302 mm)
No stated edition
Unframed

Availability: In Stock
Price: $1500

A fine impression of this excellent "printmaking image" with full margins with a dedication from the subject (Stow Wengenroth)" To Mrs. Henrietta Haskell with best wishes, Sow Wengenroth, 1971"

Interior Scene with Female Nude

Interior Scene with Female Nude

Oil on canvas, 1942
30 in. x 25 in. (762 mm x 635 mm)
Framed

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Price: P.O.R.

This lovely painting is signed lower right and is in the original frame---exhibited in 1998 at the Salmagundi Club, New York, Provenance: From the estate of Sir Edwin A.G. Manton, executive at American International Group and influential art collector who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.