FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 24, 2009
CONTACT: DOUG EISELE
EISELE GALLERY OF FINE ART
A large cache of original works by
Eisele Gallery owner and restoration specialist Douglas Eisele noted that it is unusual to find such a large collection of previously unknown works by a noted artist like Lindsay, especially one so prominent in a local area like Cincinnati. Eisele is very familiar with Lindsay’s work, having sold a number of pieces in his Gallery in recent years.
The recently discovered 100 % fresh to the market works include country scenes from surrounding
Eisele described the condition of the collection as “attic found.” Under Eisele’s direction Old World Restorations has begun cleaning and stabilizing works as required. Some will have minor retouching and a few were unstretched and have been put in stretchers. The collection also includes a few works that are unfinished. Eisele described them as a great study in the construction of Lindsay’s works. Many of the paintings are unsigned but will be accompanied by a letter of authenticity and stamp from the estate verifying the provenance.
Around 90 Lindsay works will be displayed in the Eisele Gallery for show and sale beginning March 7 through April 18, 10:00Am – 5:00PM. The opening will be preceded by an invitation only presale preview at the Gallery at
Cow in front of Farmhouse and Barn, Oil on Canvas, 19 x 33in
Cows in Pasture, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 30in
Seated Figure, Oil on Canvas, 14 x 23
Farmer with Walking Stick, Oil on Canvas, 23 x 12½in
Woman leaning on Stone Wall, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 28in
Landscape with Horses in background, Oil on Canvas, 17 x 23