Vintage paintings sold at Fine Art America include "Hockey On De Bullion" by Carol Spandau, "The Guilty Ones" by Mary Ellen Anderson and "Boulevard Des Capucines" by Claude Monet. Other available vintage paintings are Doreta Boyd's "Lobster On A Plank" and Vincent Van Gogh's "Cafe Terrace At Night."
Carole Spandau's "Hockey On De Bullion" features children playing street hockey in Montreal, Canada. Spandau created this oil painting to show the outside staircases of Montreal and to remember her time teaching school at Baron Byng High School, which is just a few blocks from the scene depicted in the work.
Mary Ellen Anderson's painting "The Guilty Ones" features a toddler sharing cookies with his field cocker spaniel dog named Sandy. The piece has a warm color scheme with hues of brown and gray. The artist created this piece to tell the story of how her mother used to catch her brother stealing Girl Scout cookies from the cookie jar.
Monet's "Boulevard Des Capucines" is an oil on canvas painting that features a hurried street scene on the Boulevard Des Capucines. The painting features a cool color scheme of mostly blues and grays. It is painted with broad strokes in the typical Monet Impressionist style.