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Charles Relyea (NY,1863-1932) watercolor painting antique
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ARTIST: Charles Mark Relyea (New York, 1863 - 1932)
NAME: Maid on Chair Getting Dishes
YEAR: 1927
MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on paper
CONDITION: Minor foxing. Minor age toning. Some crease lines in upper right corner.
SIGHT SIZE: 23 x 16 inches / 58 x 40 cm
MAT SIZE: 33 x 24 inches / 83 x 60 cm
SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso
NOTE: has some publishing house stamps on verso
CATEGORY: antique vintage painting
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SKU#: 121189
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BIOGRAPHY:
Charles Mark Relyea was an American illustrator whose work appeared in magazines and popular novels in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Relyea was a native of Albany, New York, and spent most of his early years in Rochester. He studied art under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and under Frank Vincent DuMond at the Art Students League in New York City before completing his training in Paris. After returning to the United States, he made his home in New Rochelle, New York.His illustrations appeared in the children's magazine St. Nicholas, as well as magazines for broader audiences, such as Munsey's.In 1897, a publishing house chose Relyea to illustrate The Rubaiyat of Doc Sifers, Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley's poem satirizing The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Because Relyea was not from Indiana, Riley insisted that he visit the state before making his drawings, to ensure that he would not misrepresent Indiana or caricature its residents.Relyea was married in 1892. His wife Eloise divorced him in 1920, winning alimony of $25 per week. After the marriage collapsed, she remained in New Rochelle and he was reported to be living in his studio in the Bronx.
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Charles Relyea (NY,1863-1932) watercolor painting antique

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0326: Charles Relyea (NY,1863-1932) watercolor painting antique

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Est. $950 - $1,250Starting Price $525
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ARTIST: Charles Mark Relyea (New York, 1863 - 1932)
NAME: Maid on Chair Getting Dishes
YEAR: 1927
MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on paper
CONDITION: Minor foxing. Minor age toning. Some crease lines in upper right corner.
SIGHT SIZE: 23 x 16 inches / 58 x 40 cm
MAT SIZE: 33 x 24 inches / 83 x 60 cm
SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso
NOTE: has some publishing house stamps on verso
CATEGORY: antique vintage painting
AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US
SKU#: 121189
US Shipping $90 + insurance.

BIOGRAPHY:
Charles Mark Relyea was an American illustrator whose work appeared in magazines and popular novels in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Relyea was a native of Albany, New York, and spent most of his early years in Rochester. He studied art under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and under Frank Vincent DuMond at the Art Students League in New York City before completing his training in Paris. After returning to the United States, he made his home in New Rochelle, New York.His illustrations appeared in the children's magazine St. Nicholas, as well as magazines for broader audiences, such as Munsey's.In 1897, a publishing house chose Relyea to illustrate The Rubaiyat of Doc Sifers, Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley's poem satirizing The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Because Relyea was not from Indiana, Riley insisted that he visit the state before making his drawings, to ensure that he would not misrepresent Indiana or caricature its residents.Relyea was married in 1892. His wife Eloise divorced him in 1920, winning alimony of $25 per week. After the marriage collapsed, she remained in New Rochelle and he was reported to be living in his studio in the Bronx.

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