Fabulous Late 19th Century California Oil Painting by Alexander M Wood

Beautifully executed oil on canvas of Mt Tamalpias by Alexander M Wood.

A Northern California landscape painter, Alexander Wood was self-taught and itinerant. He worked in the Northwest including British Columbia before establishing a studio in San Francisco in the mid-1880s. He was born in Scotland in 1849. He died in 1925. In California, he became a close friend of painter Astley David Cooper, and, excessive drinkers, they went on numerous painting, and carousing trips together.

He painted primarily Northern California Landscapes, including coastal scenes.

I have purchased part of his estate that has been in storage for over 40 years. The canvases are in surprisingly good condition, but they are very very dirty, As you can see from the photo of the back of the canvas

I must have them cleaned and conserved, and then framed, before I can put them on the market. I will be adding others to my RL store as they become available.

Like ADM Copper, Wood would quickly paint something to sell, so that he could have drinking money. The result is that some of his work is not nearly as good as others. Fortunately, these paintings that I have purchased are the best that I have seen of his work. They must be from a time in his life when he was seriously painting.

Although many of these paintings are unsigned, this one is signed in the lower left corner.

It is a large painting, measuring 44.25" x 34" including frame. Sight is 37.5" x 27.25".

It has been cleaned, and newly framed.

Item ID: 2784F

$3,600 USD

Make Offer Add to Wish List

The Swedish Tulip


Monica Guillen, Sacramento, CA   

Purveyors of fine museum quality Scandanavian & European antiques!

Exclusive Ruby Lane Member since 2004

We travel to Europe to hand select each piece for its uniqueness & beauty. Especially dear to us are our Swedish Mora clocks.

Shipping/Handling:Freight (cost to be determined)
Insurance:Included

Price for shipping to USA change location


Estimate shipping to a different location: