Archive for Jim Mickelson

Early (1957) Mickelson Discovered

Posted in New listed artist sale, Works by Jim Mickelson with tags , , , , on October 1, 2016 by Richard Summers

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Oil / Canvas

signed and dated:  J. Mickelson   ’57

serious inquiries only: by appointment

Sailboats on a broad reach

Posted in New Artwork Available, New listed artist sale, Works by Jim Mickelson with tags on November 15, 2015 by Richard Summers

A broad reach

Oil on Canvas, unframed, 24×30, by Jim Mickelson

available via Connor Summers Gallery,  ~by appointment only

New collectors discover Mickelson’s work

Posted in SmartArtMarket News, Works by Jim Mickelson with tags , , on May 10, 2014 by Richard Summers

This painting sold pretty quickly once it came into our gallery in February.

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The buyers are new to the area, but lifelong art collectors, and excited about discovering some of the local talent. Another piece we have in our collection is under consideration.

Plum Island Light by Jim Mickelson

Posted in New Artwork Available, Ongoing events of interest, Works by Jim Mickelson with tags , , , , on November 20, 2012 by Richard Summers

We recently came into possession of a painting by Jim Mickelson that appears to be of the Plum Island Lighthouse. The owner told us he bought it from Jim in the early to mid-1980’s. He asked us to help find a buyer, and he’s hoping for a quick sale.

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This would be a great way to brighten up your holidays. It is 20 x 24, unframed. It displays Jim’s characteristic brushwork, and is signed in the lower right corner.                                       Contact us for pricing and other questions. info@smartartmarket.com

Unearthed in an attic

Posted in Works by Jim Mickelson with tags , , , on May 3, 2010 by Richard Summers

Another painting of Jim’s was recently found along with two others in an attic during an estate cleanout. It depicts the inner harbor in Rockport with the original Motif #1 in the center background.
It is 18×24, oil on board, signed and although undated, we estimate it to have been painted in the late 50’s or early 60’s when Jim had his gallery there, and seems to have developed a relationship with the family. Three pieces were found in the estate, one was dated 1961.