This winter landscape painting with a stream in snow was painted by Jane Warren Waller. Does anybody have any memories or information about this painting? Blake Waller currently has it.
This monochrome painting of fruit (apples?) was done by George Frank Waller. Blake Waller, his son, currently has it. Does anybody have any memories of this one?
Jane Warren Waller painted these two delightful diamond-shaped cat-head paintings. She signed them with her pen name “Pol Shane”. Blake Waller has them. Does anybody have any thoughts or memories about these?
This lovely poem was written by Jane Warren Waller. Here are Blake Waller’s notes: “Some more art:) Plus a poem written by Jane Warren Waller. Illustration by Gene Morgan who lived on Hell Mountain in New Jersey.” Does anybody know anything about this item? WELL OF HAPPINESS Jane Waller Mood is a blotter of the […]
Submitted by Laura Mason Waller: “Lisa Shea your nana Waller was known to paint a bit. We have this one and Tammy Phillips Waller and Blake Waller have another one or two. Seems it runs on both sides. “ Laura is referring to Jane Warren Waller, who painted a number of lovely artworks which we […]
George Frederick Carl Waller (1893-1945) was a talented artist who worked in many media. This is a pastel painting of the Fox River in Illinois, probably done around 1909. We also have two watercolor paintings done by George of the same type of scenery. From Becky Waller Hall on 6-14-2018: My dad (George F Waller) […]
This sterling silver ID bracelet is inscribed with the name G. Waller Jr. I would assume this belongs to George Frank John Waller, my grandfather, born on November 12, 1918. It currently is in the possession of Cassion Waller. Does anybody have any memories of this bracelet? Please let me know! My father George Anthony […]
This sterling silver baby cup was made by the Webster Company of North Attleboro. It has a delightful almost art-deco style scene around it of a rabbit teacher in a dress, in a schoolroom, teaching to a group of young baby bunnies. The bunnies are sitting at desks and one is reading a book. One […]
In the 1959-1961 timeframe, my grandparents George Waller and Jane Warren Waller lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. During that time, they bought this Chinese cloisonne vase. The vase dates to somewhere in the 1800s. The vase itself is metal with partial cloisonne. In bands around the neck, shoulders, and draping down, colored material primarily […]
This silver coffee / sugar spoon was made by the Webster Company of North Attleboro. It has a small bowl. The handle has a lovely open-hole pierced design with the top almost resembling a heart. The mark on it says Sterling and then it has an arrow with the letters CW. This was the silver […]