Paintings, Rock Hudson

GLORIA - PATH THROUGH THE FOREST


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THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PAINTING OF A PATH THROUGH THE FOREST.

 

SIZE:    16" X 8" X 2" D

SIGNED BY:   GLORIA

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:      ?

MEDIUM:  OIL ON CANVASCOMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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JEAN E. BALES - TEXAS TRAILS GALLERY - INDIAN ART - 10/100


Price: $ 1,500.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

THIS IS A FUN FIND!!!

This painting was given to me and signed by the famous Susan Stafford.  Susan Stafford was the first letter turner for years on Wheel of Fortune, the T.V. game show.   She now is a MInister all over the world spreading gods word.  She had worked with Mother Teresa.

The painting is done by Mrs. Bales who is part Iowa Indian.

On the back of the painting is A description and Information on the art.

 

SIZE:     18" X 18"                   10 / 100

SIGNED BY:   JEAN E. BALES

OWNED BY:     SUSAN STAFFORD / MARTIN FLAHERTY

DATE:   2001

MEDIUM:    WATERCOLOR / PRINT/ LITHOGRAPH

 

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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JOHN WAYNE AND ROCK HUDSON -Framed original photo


Price: $ 775.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

WOW!!!

THIS LOOKS SO MUCH BETTER THAN IT DOES IN THE PHOTOS!!! 

  • It is embossed with Mr. Hudson's stamp which says:
     "From The Library of Rock Hudson (RH)", and no other copy in the world will have this.
 
  • The photo is a crystal clear studio quality photo.  Since this photograph is about 45 years old, it does have a few small crease marks, exactly as I found it in the many boxes of Rock Hudson Items I inherited from his estate. 
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  • The few creases from age are not as noticeable, in real life as they are in the photos. They do  give the piece some character.Remember these were Rock's Personal photos, the ones he rummaged through, the ones he brought out at parties or if someone just wanted to view one. These photographs are the ones he held in his very hands; they were his. 
 
  • READY TO BE HUNG RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX WHEN YOU RECEIVE IT!!!!!
 
  • Very highly collectable!!!   
  • Being Rock's, makes it even more rare!!
 
  • In this photograph is Rock Hudson & John Wayne.  They are behind the scenes, either going over some action, lines or maybe even perhaps discussing how they used to have nicknames for each other that they agreed not to say any longer in public!!!!! This reminds me of a little anecdote you may not have heard, regarding Rock and John Wayne:
IT HAPPENED WHEN HE WAS WORKING WITH JOHN WAYNE ON THIS 1969 POST-CIVIL WAR FLICK, "THE UNDEFEATED".  THE DUKE WAS A... BIT OF A HOMOPHOBIC, AND ONCE HE FOUND OUT ROCK WAS CALLED "JUNIOR" AS A KID, WAYNE ALWAYS CALLED ROCK "JUNE" IN A CONDESCENDING WAY.   WELL, ROCK WAS SO WELL-LIKED WITHIN THE MOVIE INDUSTRY, THAT ONE OF THE CREW INFORMED HIM JOHN WAYNE'S REAL NAME WAS "MARION". 
SO ROCK, HAVING THE GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR HE HAD, RESPONDED IN THIS WAY:
THE NEXT TIME THE DUKE CALLED TO HIM, "HEY, JUNE...YOU'RE WANTED ON THE SET!" (OR SOME SUCH THING), ROCK REPLIED, 'BE RIGHT THERE...MARION!" AND THE TWO GOT ALONG FABULOUSLY AFTER THAT!
 
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KENJI USHIKU - 9 OF 30 - 1956


Price: $ 4,400.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

HERE IS ANOTHER KENJI.

Kenji Ushiku: Born in 1922, A contemporary Japanese etcher and lithographer, Kenji Ushiku studied art at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts. His first etchings and engravings were published in Japan in the mid 1950's and since that time his graphic works have been included in major exhibitions in America, Europe and Japan. During the 1960's and 1970's, Kenji Ushiku's color etchings and aquatints were commissioned by both Japanese and American publishers. ROCK LOVED THIS ARTIST AND BOUGHT MANY OF HIS WORKS!!!

PART OF ROCK'S COLLECTION OF THE SAME ARTIST.

HE HAD A FULL COLLECTION OF HIS WORK. HE LOVED IT.

Most were hung in the Dining Room of his home, The Castle, in Beverly Hills, Ca.

This work is numbered 9 / 30 and is dated 1956.

 

SIZE:    17.25" X 25.75"

SIGNED BY:  KENJI USHIKU    9 / 30

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:   1956

MEDIUM:   WOOD ETCHED - PRINT

 

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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KENJI USHIKU - 6 OF 30


Price: $ 4,350.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)
Kenji Ushiku: Born in 1922, A contemporary Japanese etcher and lithographer, Kenji Ushiku studied art at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts. His first etchings and engravings were published in Japan in the mid 1950's and since that time his graphic works have been included in major exhibitions in America, Europe and Japan. During the 1960's and 1970's, Kenji Ushiku's color etchings and aquatints were commissioned by both Japanese and American publishers.

ROCK LOVED THIS ARTIST AND BOUGHT MANY OF HIS WORKS!!!

 

SIZE:     17.25" x 25.75"

SIGNED BY:   KENJI USHIKU    6 / 30

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:    1955

MEDIUM:    WOOD ETCHED - PRINT

 

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

 

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KENJI USHIKU - NUMBERED - 1 OF 1 - 1956


Price: $ 5,000.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

HERE IS ANOTHER KENJI.

PART OF ROCK'S COLLECTION OF THE SAME ARTIST.

Kenji Ushiku: Born in 1922, A contemporary Japanese etcher and lithographer, Kenji Ushiku studied art at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts. His first etchings and engravings were published in Japan in the mid 1950's and since that time his graphic works have been included in major exhibitions in America, Europe and Japan. During the 1960's and 1970's, Kenji Ushiku's color etchings and aquatints were commissioned by both Japanese and American publishers. ROCK LOVED THIS ARTIST AND BOUGHT MANY OF HIS WORKS!!!

HE HAD A FULL COLLECTION OF HIS WORK.

Most of Kenji's paintings were hung in the Dining Room of Rock's home, The Castle, in Beverly Hills, Ca.

This work is numbered 1 / 1and is dated 1956.

 

SIZE:    12.75" X 18.75"

SIGNED BY:  KENJI  USHIKU       1 / 1

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:   1956

MEDIUM:  WOOD ETCHED - PRINT

 

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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King Conan-Original Comic Art- Marc Silvestri - George Nader


Price: $ 750.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)
HERE IS ANOTHER ORIGINAL ART PAGE FROM MARC SILVESTRI.

KING CONAN

ISSUE # 19

PAGE # 22 or 27 

C. 1983


I got this page directly from Marc Silvestri.
I was his neighbor in Malibu, Ca. during the end of the 1980's, and used to watch him draw. 
Definitely a master of his craft.  
I understand he is doing well today with his own comic lines.

My god father, George Nader was a Sci-Fi author so I gifted it to him where he hung it in his office for years.  After his passing I got it back. 

Now it is available to you.

THE SHEET IS WHOLE AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.

COMES WITH A "CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY"

 

 

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY

 

 

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KIYOSHI SAITO - SELF CARVED / SELF PRINTED 1953 / 1956


Price: $ 4,500.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

THIS IS A FABULOUS PRINT BY KIYOSHI SAITO.

STAMPED AND SIGNED AND NUMBERED.   It is a fabulous piece for any collection.

Born in Fukushima prefecture, Kiyoshi Saito began by designing signs for store fronts in 1924 and developed his work it into a successful business. His love of art inspired him to sell his business and move to Tokyo in 1932. There he studied Western-style painting at the Hongo Painting Institute. While exhibiting his oils, he begun making woodblock prints (Hanga) by cutting and printing progressively from a single block. By 1937 he focused on only making woodblock prints and in 1938 he produced the Winter in Aizu series depicting the area where he lived as a child. In 1943, he met Onchi, which led to membership in the Nihon Hanga Kyokai (Japanese woodblock association). At the end of the war he exhibited with Un-ichi Hiratsuka and Hide Kawanishe in Tokyo. It was at this exhibition that he sold his first print.

In 1948, he exhibited at the Salon Printemps, and in 1951 received first prize for Steady Gaze at the inaugural Sao Paolo Bienniale. This event brought the modern school of Japanese prints to prominence. Saito was featured in Statler's, Modern Japanese Print: An Art Reborn (1956), and visited the U.S. in 1956 under the auspices of the State Department and the Asia Foundation. From that year onward, Saito exhibited widely throughout the U.S. and Europe. In 1967 he made a woodblock print of Prime Minister Eisaku Sato for the cover of Time Magazine.

In his later years he moved on to figure subjects then to Buddist subjects and the building and culture of Kyoto, influenced by the works of Mondrian. Saito's prints, with their flat areas of color and solid textures were the result of his search for the essentials of nature.

Saito died in 1997 at the conclusion of a major retrospective in Tokyo at the Wako Department Store.

Kiyoshi Saito works are in numerous collections including:
Cincinnati Art Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, San Francisco; New York Public Library; Art Institute of Chicago; Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art; Kanagawa Prefectural Museum.

EXPERIENCE AND BE A PART OF ROCK HUDSON WITH ANYONE OF THESE PIECES OF ART!!!!

 

SIZE:    16.5" X 23"

SIGNED BY:   KIYOSHI SAITO

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:  1953 / 1956    SELF CARVED / SELF PRINTED

MEDIUM:   WOOD BLOCK PRINT

 

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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KIYOSHI SAITO - WOOD BLOCK PRINT - 1953 / 1956 - 37 / 50


Price: $ 4,500.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

HERE IS ANOTHER PRINT FROM ROCKS COLLECTION.

Born in Fukushima prefecture, Kiyoshi Saito began by designing signs for store fronts in 1924 and developed his work it into a successful business. His love of art inspired him to sell his business and move to Tokyo in 1932. There he studied Western-style painting at the Hongo Painting Institute. While exhibiting his oils, he begun making woodblock prints (Hanga) by cutting and printing progressively from a single block. By 1937 he focused on only making woodblock prints and in 1938 he produced the Winter in Aizu series depicting the area where he lived as a child. In 1943, he met Onchi, which led to membership in the Nihon Hanga Kyokai (Japanese woodblock association). At the end of the war he exhibited with Un-ichi Hiratsuka and Hide Kawanishe in Tokyo. It was at this exhibition that he sold his first print.

In 1948, he exhibited at the Salon Printemps, and in 1951 received first prize for Steady Gaze at the inaugural Sao Paolo Bienniale. This event brought the modern school of Japanese prints to prominence. Saito was featured in Statler's, Modern Japanese Print: An Art Reborn (1956), and visited the U.S. in 1956 under the auspices of the State Department and the Asia Foundation. From that year onward, Saito exhibited widely throughout the U.S. and Europe. In 1967 he made a woodblock print of Prime Minister Eisaku Sato for the cover of Time Magazine.

In his later years he moved on to figure subjects then to Buddist subjects and the building and culture of Kyoto, influenced by the works of Mondrian. Saito's prints, with their flat areas of color and solid textures were the result of his search for the essentials of nature.

Saito died in 1997 at the conclusion of a major retrospective in Tokyo at the Wako Department Store.

Kiyoshi Saito works are in numerous collections including:
Cincinnati Art Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, San Francisco; New York Public Library; Art Institute of Chicago; Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art; Kanagawa Prefectural Museum.

It is great how playful this print really is.

SIZE:    17.40" x 23.75"

SIGNED BY:  KIYOSHI SAITO    37 / 50

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:   1953 / 1956   -   DESIGN MADE / PRINTED IN

MEDIUM:  WOOD BLOCK PRINT COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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KIYOSHI SAITO - WOOD BLOCK PRINT - 1954 / 1956


Price: $ 4,500.00   (Paintings » Rock Hudson)

HERE IS MORE OF THE KIYOSHI SAITO COLLECTION!!

Design made in 1954 and printed in 1956.  The two cats seem so playful.  He captured the moment beautifully.

Born in Fukushima prefecture, Kiyoshi Saito began by designing signs for store fronts in 1924 and developed his work it into a successful business. His love of art inspired him to sell his business and move to Tokyo in 1932. There he studied Western-style painting at the Hongo Painting Institute. While exhibiting his oils, he begun making woodblock prints (Hanga) by cutting and printing progressively from a single block. By 1937 he focused on only making woodblock prints and in 1938 he produced the Winter in Aizu series depicting the area where he lived as a child. In 1943, he met Onchi, which led to membership in the Nihon Hanga Kyokai (Japanese woodblock association). At the end of the war he exhibited with Un-ichi Hiratsuka and Hide Kawanishe in Tokyo. It was at this exhibition that he sold his first print.

In 1948, he exhibited at the Salon Printemps, and in 1951 received first prize for Steady Gaze at the inaugural Sao Paolo Bienniale. This event brought the modern school of Japanese prints to prominence. Saito was featured in Statler's, Modern Japanese Print: An Art Reborn (1956), and visited the U.S. in 1956 under the auspices of the State Department and the Asia Foundation. From that year onward, Saito exhibited widely throughout the U.S. and Europe. In 1967 he made a woodblock print of Prime Minister Eisaku Sato for the cover of Time Magazine.

In his later years he moved on to figure subjects then to Buddist subjects and the building and culture of Kyoto, influenced by the works of Mondrian. Saito's prints, with their flat areas of color and solid textures were the result of his search for the essentials of nature.

Saito died in 1997 at the conclusion of a major retrospective in Tokyo at the Wako Department Store.

Kiyoshi Saito works are in numerous collections including:
Cincinnati Art Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, San Francisco; New York Public Library; Art Institute of Chicago; Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art; Kanagawa Prefectural Museum.

 

SIZE:     17.4" X 23.75"

SIGNED BY:   KIYOSHI SAITO

OWNED BY: ROCK HUDSON

DATE:   1954 / 1956

MEDIUM:  WOOD BLOCK PRINT

COMES WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AND A LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY.

 

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