AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS ? AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS.
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AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTSAMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS
Wednesday, October 4, 2017Wednesday, October 4, 2017 NEW YORKNEW YORK
AUCTIONWednesday, October 4, 2017 at 10am
EXHIBITIONSaturday, September 30, 10am 5pm
Sunday, October 1, Noon 5pmMonday, October 2, 10am 6pm
LOCATIONDoyle New York
175 East 87th StreetNew York City212-427-2730
AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS
INCLUDING PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATES OF
Barbara AnspachPatricia S. BradshawCharles Austin Buck
An East Hampton EstateAnne H. and John K. Howat
Eleanor JohnsonThe Collection of Willa Kim and William Pne du Bois
George Labalme, Jr.A Manhattan Lady
A New York and Connecticut EstateA New York EstateA New York Lady
A New York Private EstateHelen Olson
Harry OppenheimerYousseff Rizkallah
The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection
INCLUDING PROPERTY FROMFormerly in the Inventory of Berry-Hill Galleries, New York
A Connecticut CollectorThe Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz,
sold for the benefit of the Bard Graduate CenterA Mid-Atlantic Museum to Benefit the Acquisitions Fund
A New York City Private CollectorA New York CollectorA New York Museum
A Pennsylvania CollectionA Private Minneapolis Collection
A Prominent New York FamilyThe Collection of Bennett and Judie Weinstock
CONTENTS Paintings 1-117 Prints 118-128Furniture & Decorations 129-176ASilver & Silver Plate 177-213 Property of a New York Private Collector 214-255Furniture & Decorations 256-288Carpets & Rugs 289-311
Glossary IConditions of Sale IITerms of Guarantee IVInformation on Sales & Use Tax VBuying at Doyle VISelling at Doyle VIII Auction Schedule IXCompany Directory XAbsentee Bid Form XII
AMERICAN PAINTINGS & SCULPTURELot 45
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1 American School 19th Century Portrait of a Seated Child in a Red Dress Oil on canvas 26 x 22 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration
2 Kenneth Southworth Davies American, b. 1925 Martha Washington, 1951 Signed Ken Davies and dated 51 on the vertical edge (ur); titled on a label on the stretcher; inscribed at the rear at the lower edge Nov. 16th New Yorker Oil on canvas 11 x 8 inches Provenance: Robert Weimann, Ansonia, CT Jeffrey Brown, Lincoln, MA Harry D. Cohen, Port Washington, NY The artist has indicated that he had executed a painting in a similar format depicting George Washington, but is unaware of the current location of that work. C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
3 John Johnston American , 1752-1818 Portrait of Mrs. Nathaniel Gardner (Mary Ann Lewis), circa 1790 Oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 25 1/8 inches Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Gardner, Groton, MA Frank Bulkely Smith, Worcester, MA, until 1920 Sale, American Art Association, New York, Apr. 22-23, 1920, no. 144 Albert Duveen, New York Victor Spark, New York Horace Graham Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Literature: Illustrated Catalogue of the Remarkable and Widely Known Collection of Early American and British Portraits, Landscapes and Historical Pictures Formed by the Connoisseur. The Late Frank Bulkely Smith. New York: The American Art Association, 1920, n.p., no. 144, illus. Paintings Sold at Auction, American Art Annual, 1920. vol. 17, p. 295 American Portraits Found in Massachusetts, W.P.A., 1939, vol. 1, nos. 841-42 Bruce Weber, American Paintings and Sculpture VIII 1999, Berry-Hill Galleries, Inc., New York, 1999, p. 10, illus. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
4 Thomas Sully American, 1783-1872 Portrait of Maria Todd Oil on canvas 29 1/4 x 24 inches C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
5 Thomas Sully American, 1783-1872 Head of a Woman Signed T. Sully above shoulder (cr) Graphite pencil on paper laid to blue paper 6 1/2 x 6 inches C Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz, sold for the benefit of the Bard Graduate Center $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
6 Rembrandt Peale American, 1778-1860 Miss Charlotte A. Pratt, 1836 Inscribed on a label on the stretcher Portrait of Charlotte A. Pratt / Daughter of John and Mary Pratt / of Harris Folly High Street Boston Oil on canvas 36 x 29 inches Exhibited: New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 18th and 19th Century American Paintings from Private Collections, Jun. 12 - Sep. 11, 1972 This lot is accompanied by a love poem to the sitter written by Rembrandt Peale, signed with his initials and dated Sept. 1835. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
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7 William Matthew Prior American, 1806-1873 Portrait of Otis Kimball and Portrait of Margaret Kimball, 1838 Each inscribed on the reverse, the first: Mr. Otis Kimball A. 30/Painted from Nature by Wm Prior/1838; the second Mrs. Margaret Kimball/aged 26 years 1838/Painted by W.M. Prior in Bath/February 28 1838 Each oil on canvas Each 34 x 28 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
8 Robert Street American, 1796-1865 Portrait of John Baker of Philadelphia, 1838 Signed R Street and dated 1838 (lr) Oil on canvas 30 1/8 x 20 inches Provenance: John Baker, Philadelphia John Lewis Baker, Philadelphia, by inheritance Josephine Baker (Mrs. John Drew), Philadelphia, by inheritance Louise Drew (Mrs. John Devereaux), Philadelphia, by inheritance John Drew Devereaux Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Exhibited: Hollywood, FL, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, American Portraits, Sep. 10-Oct. 20, 1978, no. 8, illus. C $800-1,200 See Illustration
9 John F. Francis American, 1808-1886 Portrait of Mary Orr Atwood, 1845 Inscribed Jno (?) H. Francis/pinxit, dated 1845, and inscribed Chil...he on the reverse of an old relining canvas Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches Provenance: Ellen Orr Atwood, Chillecothe, OH Her granddaughter, Mary Smith Henderson, by inheritance Her son, Elyot Henderson, New York and Cape Nedick, ME, by inheritance His widow, Sydney Henderson, by inheritance [With] F. O. Bailey Antiquarians, Portland, ME, 1993 Literature: Alfred Frankenstein, J. F. Francis, Antiques, May 1951, vol. 49, pp. 374-77, 390, 393. In 1845, John F. Francis was living in Chillecothe, Ohio, where he advertised his services as a portrait painter in The Scotio Gazette. The Francis family bible records that both of his children, Joseph Raphael and Mary Elizabeth (born in 1833 and 1834, respectively) were baptised in St. Pauls Episcopal Church in Chillecothe in 1845. The present work is the only example from Franciss Chillecothe period to have been identified. It includes a vase of flowers at right which presages the next phase of the artists career as a painter of still life. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
10 Attributed to George Caleb Bingham Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing a Flowered Waistcoat and Portrait of a Lady Wearing a Black Dress with a Lace Collar: Two Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York The Altmayer Collection, Mobile AL Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Exhibited: Hollywood, FL, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood American Portraits, Sep. 10- Oct. 20, 1978, nos. 13 and 12 respectively, illus. C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
11 American School 19th Century Philemon Halstead Frost and Charlotte Halstead Frost: Two, circa 1840 Each oil on canvas, framed with an arched top Each 36 x 29 1/8 inches C Property of a New York Museum $700-900 See Illustration
12 After John Wesley Jarvis 19th/20th Century Portrait of DeWitt Clinton Oil on canvas 35 3/4 x 27 3/4 inches C Property of a New York Museum $500-700 See Illustration
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14 John Frederick Kensett American, 1816-1872 Tree Study, Franconia Notch, 1850 Inscribed Franconia Notch Oct. 20th 50 (lr) Graphite pencil on buff paper laid to light card 13 3/4 x 9 7/8 inches Provenance: The artist Vincent Colyer, acquired from the above His daughter Louise Colyer, by inheritance Her husband Edward F. Weed, by inheritance Anonymous collection Babcock Galleries, New York, acquired from the above, 1973 John K. Howat, New York, acquired from the above Literature: John Paul Driscoll, John F. Kensett Drawings, 1978, Museum of Art (now Palmer Museum of Art), The Pennsylvania State University, exhib. cat., pp. 20, 60, illus. pl. 45 This work will be included in the forthcoming John F. Kensett catalogue raisonn being prepared under the direction of Dr. John Driscoll. C Property from the Estate of Anne H. and John K. Howat $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
15 (i) William Trost Richards American, 1833-1905 Hills and Valley, Possibly a View of the White Mountains, with a Quick Study of a House Graphite pencil on gray paper 9 1/4 x 12 3/8 inches Provenance: Spanierman Gallery, LLC, New York Peridot-Washburn Gallery, New York (ii) Henry Farrer American, 1843-1903 Tree Graphite pencil on paper laid to a second sheet 9 1/4 x 14 1/4 inches Provenance: Estate of the Artist Davis Galleries, New York C Property from the Estate of Anne H. and John K. Howat $1,200-1,800 See Illustration of Part
16 (i) Jervis McEntee American, 1828-1891 Dry Brook Dated Aug. 7 1888 and titled (lr) Graphite pencil heightened with white on paper 14 x 10 3/4 inches Provenance: Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., New York (ii) Johann Hermann Carmiencke American/Danish, 1810-1867 Niagara Inscribed Niagara Oct. 16th 1857 (ll) Graphite pencil and white gouache on paper 10 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches (iii) Aaron Draper Shattuck American, 1832-1928 Mount Desert Inscribed Mt. Desert/Aug. 25, 1858 (lr) Graphite pencil on paper laid to a second sheet of paper 11 x 17 5/8 inches Provenance: By inheritance from the artist to his daughter, Helen Shattuck Stewart, thence by descent in the family John K. Howat, New York C Property from the Estate of Anne H. and John K. Howat $1,200-1,800 See Illustration of Part
13 John Frederick Kensett American, 1816-1872 Seascape with Figures (Seascape), 1861 Signed with conjoined initials JFK and dated 61 (lr); titled on labels affixed to the back of the frame and stretcher Oil on canvas 6 3/8 x 10 inches Provenance: Paul Magriel, New York Kennedy Galleries, New York John K. Howat, New York This painting will be included in the forthcoming John F. Kensett catalogue raisonn being prepared under the direction of Dr. John Driscoll. C Property from the Estate of Anne H. and John K. Howat $80,000-130,000 See Illustration
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17 Jasper Francis Cropsey American, 1823-1900 Study of the Ramapo River, 1876 Signed J. E. F. and dated 1876 (ll) Oil on paper laid to board 3 3/8 x 7 1/4 inches This work [2298 LCX] will be included in the catalogue raisonn, Jasper Francis Cropsey, Works in Oil, Volume Two: 1864-1900, to be published by the Newington-Cropsey Foundation. According to Kenneth W. Maddox, Art Historian, the Newington-Cropsey Foundation, The composition showing a decrepit bridge with figures and cattle wading in the Ramapo River was frequently used by the artist from the 1870s through the 1890s. For Cropseys paintings of the Ramapo River and Ramapo Valley and of the capriccio of the Spindly Bridge, see Appendix. Another small study by Cropsey, not signed nor dated, Sunspray on the Hudson, oil on canvas, 4 x 6 inches, Private collection, Portland, Maine NCF 233, exhibits the same tacking holes as this study. From ca. 1875 to 1880 Cropsey made eight somewhat similar small oil studies which are now in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D. C. See Untitled, ca. 1875-80, oil on paperboard, 4 x 5 inches, NCF 1398; Untitled, circa 1875-80, oil on canvas, 3 3/8 x 6 3/8 inches NCF 1401; Untitled, 1876, oil on canvas, 4 1/8 x 7 5/8 inches, NCF 1400; Untitled, 1876, oil on canvas, 4 3/8 x 6 1/2 inches, NCF 1403; Untitled, 1876, oil on canvas, 5 x 5 7/8 inches, NCF 1404; Untitled, 1877, oil on canvas, 4 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches NCF 1406; Untitled, 1878, oil on paperboard, 3 1/4 x 7 inches NCF 1405; and Untitled, 1880, oil on canvas, 3 5/8 x 6 3/8 inches NCF 1402. We extend our thanks to Dr. Maddox for his very generous assistance in documenting the present work. C Property of a Manhattan Lady $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
18 David Johnson American, 1827-1908 Ramapo, New York, 1874 Signed with conjoined initials DJ and dated 74 (ll) Oil on canvas 14 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
19 American School 19th Century Deer in a Moonlit Mountain Lake Oil on canvas 24 x 35 3/4 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
20 Levi Wells Prentice American, 1851-1935 Blue Mountain Lake, Adirondacks, 1873 Signed L. W. Prentice and dated 1873 (lr) Oil on canvas 18 x 35 inches Provenance: Arthur E. Imperatore Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Exhibited: Lausanne, SUI, Fondation de lHermitage, Peindre LAmerique: Les Artistes du Nouveau Monde, Jun. 27 - Oct. 26, 2014 Literature: Barbara L. Jones, Nature Staged: The Landscape Paintings of Levi Wells Prentice, The Adirondack Museum, 1993, p. 78, no. 13 Peindre LAmerique: Les Artistes du Nouveau Monde, Lausanne, Fondation de lHermitage, 2014, exhi. cat. C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
21 Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait American, 1819-1905 Deer at Waters Edge, 1872 Signed A. F. Tait and dated 1872 (lr); numbered 29, signed A. F. Tait, dated 1872 and inscribed Y.M.C.A. / 23rd St. / N.Y. on the reverse Oil on panel 9 7/8 x 14 inches C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
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22 Frederick Rondel, Sr. American, 1826-1892 Haying in the Hudson Valley Signed F. Rondel (lr) Oil on canvas 10 1/4 x 14 1/8 Provenance: Hawthorne Fine Art, New York C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
23 Samuel Colman American, 1832-1920 Autumn Signed Colman (ll) Oil on canvas 10 x 8 1/8 inches Provenance: Hawthorne Fine Art, Irvington, NY C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
24 Andrew Melrose American, 1836-1901 (i) The Mohawk Valley Near Little Falls, signed AMelrose with conjoined initials; titled on an Adelson Galleries label on the reverse Oil on canvas 20 x 10 inches (ii) The Berkshire Hills, Massachusetts: The Ledge, Lenox Signed AMelrose with conjoined initials; titled on an Adelson Galleries label on the reverse Oil on canvas, 20 x 10 inches Provenance of both: Adelson Galleries, Inc., Boston, MA C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
25 William Lees Judson American, 1842-1928 River Landscape with Cows Wading, a Train Passing By, 1877 Signed W. L. Judson and dated 1877 (lr) Oil on canvas 20 1/4 x 36 inches Provenance: Mrs. Mary Stitt, London, Ontario, CA, by 1940 Mr. David Stitt, Kitchener, Ontario, CA, by inheritance from the above, circa 1966 By descent in the family to the current owner C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
26 James McDougal Hart American, 1828-1901 Cattle Fording a Stream, 1885 Signed James M. Hart and dated 85 (ll) Oil on canvas 20 1/2 x 28 3/4 inches C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
27 Joseph Jefferson American, 19th Century Storm Clouds over a Rocky Shore, circa 1860 Signed J. Jefferson Oil on board 20 x 30 inches C Property of a New York Museum $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
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28 George Inness American, 1825-1894 Delaware River, circa 1860-63 Signed G Inness (lr) Oil on canvas 8 1/4 x 10 inches Provenance: Possibly Samuel P. Avery, New York, New York (possibly sale, Henry H. Leeds & Miner Galleries, New York, New York [Samuel P. Avery sale], Feb. 4, 1867, no. 94, as Delaware River) John F. Kensett, New York, New York until his death in 1872 Miss Elizabeth N. Kellogg, Brooklyn, New York, niece of Mr. Kensett, to 1913 George H. Ainslie, George Ainslie Galleries, New York, acquired from the above, Sep. 1913 Peter Winchester Rouss, Esq., New York, acquired from the above, Dec. 1913 Mrs. Peter Winchester Rouss, New York, by inheritance Sale, American Art Association, New York, French furniture, French and American Paintings : Including Examples by Henner, Cazin, Dupr, Vibert, Innes [sic], Wyant, Moran, Murphy ... comprising the entire contents of the former residence of Mrs. Peter W. Rouss at 320 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, N.Y, Oct. 22-24, 1936, lot 31 Bartholomew J. Barry, acquired at the above Mrs. Belle Schwarzmann (Mrs. Adolph Schwarzmann, sister-in-law of the above), New York, gift of the above
Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York, Apr. 10 and 11, 1959, Valuable French XVIII Century Furniture and Objects of Art Belonging to the Late Belle Schwarzmann, lot 274 Cora Cavanagh Cushny (Mrs. Theodorus V. W. Cushny), Matinecock, NY and Lexington, KY, acquired at the above Estate of Cora Cavanagh Cushny Exhibited: Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Art Association, Catalogue of Pictures Exhibited at Their Fall Exhibition, [Part] I, no. 24, as Delaware River, Dec. 2-14, 1878 Detroit, Detroit Museum of Art, Retrospective and Comparative Exhibition of Paintings by the Late George Inness... and the Late A. H. Wyant from the George H. Ainslie Collection no. 7, as Delaware River, 10 x 8 1/2 in., 1866, Nov. 1-30, 1913 New York, George H. Ainslie Galleries, Twenty Five Paintings by George Inness, Mar. 1917, no. 6 [as circa 1866] Literature: Fine Art; The Brooklyn Exhibition - Opening Reception Last Evening, New York Herald, Dec. 3, 1878, p. 8, described as a charming and early little George Inness Delaware River LeRoy Ireland, The Works of George Inness, An Illustrated Catalogue Raisonn, University of Texas Press, 1965, no. 371, pp. 371-2
29 Frederick DeBourg Richards American, 1822-1903 Atlantic City Coastline Signed F De B. Richards (lr) Oil on canvas 14 x 28 1/8 inches C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
The present work is accompanied by a letter written by Elizabeth N. Kellogg to George H. Ainslie on September 17 1913, in which she writes, In reference to the painting Delaware River by George Inness, which you have just purchased - It was in the private collection of John F. Kensett and has been in our family since his death in 1972. In a letter dated August 18, 2017, Dr. Michael Quick writes, We extend sincere thanks to Dr. Quick for his kind assistance in authenticating the present work. A copy of his letter accompanies this lot. C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration and Front Cover
30 Edward Moran American, 1829-1901 Summer Sunset, mid-1860s Signed E. Moran (ll); faintly inscribed on the upper stretcher bar Mrs. Rembrandt Peale / 1501 Vine St / Phila; on the backing is a note that had been affixed to the reverse of the canvas Courtlandt J. Babcock / Landscape by Edward Moran Study / an Heirloom in the Cany family / from Mother. / Elizabeth M. Babcock Oil on canvas 8 1/8 x 12 inches Provenance: Mrs. Rembrandt Peale [Harriet Cany Peale], Philadelphia, PA (possibly) Courtland J. Babcock Cany/Babcock Family Spanierman Gallery, LLC, New York Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration
Having reviewed all of the documents, and having carefully studied the landscape over several days, I would like to state that it is my considered and definite opinion that Delaware River is the work of George Inness (1825-1894). I intend to include Delaware River in the supplement to my catalogue raisonn of the works of George Inness. The George H. Ainslie Gallery, in 1913, assigned to the painting the date of 1866. However, I cannot see any trace of a date on the painting, and there is no mention of a date in the letter from Elizabeth N. Kellogg. It is my opinion that the landscape contains no trace of the technique of Innesss Eagleswood period (1864-66), and that the traditional date of 1866 therefore is not possible. I would date the painting earlier in the decade, to about 1860-63.
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31 Frank Vincent DuMond American, 1865-1951 Grassy Hill, Lyme, CT (The Dumond Farm) Signed F. V. Dumond (lr); estate stamped on the reverse Oil on canvas 26 x 30 1/8 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
32 Joseph H. Greenwood American, 1857-1927 Eventide, 1914 Signed J H Greenwood and dated 14 (ll) Oil on canvas 26 x 32 inches C $2,500-3,500
33 Walter Launt Palmer American, 1854-1932 White Morning Signed W. L. Palmer (ll); signed and numbered 1092 on the reverse Mixed media on paper laid to board 24 x 18 inches Provenance: Olsen Art, Douglaston, NY Harry D. Cohen, Port Washington, NY acquired from the above, circa 1977 Kenneth Lux Gallery, New York Maybelle Mann Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Private Collection, acquired from the above Exhibited: Albany, NY, Albany Institute of History and Art, Walter Launt Palmer, Nov. 3, 1984 - Jan. 6, 1985 C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration
34 Walter Launt Palmer American, 1854-1932 The Mountain Torrent Signed with the artists device and dated Aug. 1897 (lr) Oil on canvas 10 1/2 x 15 3/8 inches C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
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40 Franklin Benjamin De Haven American, 1856-1934 Stream in Autumn Signed De Haven (lr) Oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
35 Edward Emerson Simmons American, 1852-1931 Dawn Oil on canvas 6 1/8 x 8 7/8 inches Provenance: Acquired from the artists son C $800-1,200 See Illustration
38 Thomas Buford Meteyard American, 1865-1928 Winter, Scituate Signed T. B. Meteyard (ll); incised T. B. Meteyard and Winter on upper stretcher bar. Affixed to the backing is an exhibition label bearing the artists signature and a fragmented title W...r Oil on canvas 15 1/8 x 22 inches Provenance: Vermont Estate Exhibited: Philadelphia, PA, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1908, no. 520 C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
39 Charles Paul Grupp American/Canadian, 1860-1940 The Flood Gate Signed Chas. P. Grupp (lr) Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
36 William Jacob Hays American, 1830-1875 Sunset Oil on paper mounted on canvas, possibly unframed Sheet 8 x 11 1/4 inches (slightly irregular) Unframed Provenance: The artist William Jacob Hays, Jr., son of the artist Hoffman R. Hays, his son, by inheritance Acquired from the above Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $800-1,200 See Illustration
37 Charles Franklin Pierce American, 1844-1910 Cattle and Sheep in a Pasture Beside a Stream Signed C. F. Pierce (ll) Oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches C $800-1,200
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41 George Harvey American/British, 1800-1878 Boys Swimming, 1846 Signed G. Harvey and dated 1846 (lc) Oil on panel 16 x 20 1/8 inches Provenance: Bernard and S. Dean Levy, Inc., New York Exhibited: Shreveport, LA, R. W. Norton Art Gallery, Artists of the Hudson River School, Oct. 14 - Nov. 25, 1973 Yonkers, NY, The Hudson River Museum, Westchester Landscapes: Pastoral Visions, 1840-1920, Feb. 5 - June. 13, 1993 C Property of a New York City Private Collector $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
42 William Brewster Conely American, 1830-1911 River Landscape with a Native American Procession Signed W. B. Conely (lr) Oil on canvas 36 x 52 inches On the frame, a metal label with the inscription: Purchased before 1867 by P. S. Lyman/Given in his honor by his grandchildren Provenance: P. S. Lyman By descent to his grandchildren Private collection C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
43 George Henry Durrie American, 1820-1863 Returning from the Fields, circa 1856 Oil on canvas 17 7/8 x 24 inches This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Martha Hutson-Saxon, dated January 7, 1987. She writes: Return[ing] from the Fields is a fine example of Durries foliaged landscapes, probably dating around 1856.... Durries landscapes are not necessarily of specific locations, but are more often compositions that he drew from his locale around New Haven, Connecticut. In this scene the unfolding, wooded shoreline along a river or lake is a composition that Durrie used in several paintings, and probably relates back to Thomas Coles popular work, Pic-Nic, of 1846 (Brooklyn Museum). Durries lighting is dramatic with a dark foreground setting off a warm, glowing middleground and distant hills. There are two larger canvases with this same landscape composition, Summer on the Housatonic, 1856, and A Day in the Hudson, 1856.... The brightly lit foliage permits a richness of brush stroke and color variation on the right-hand trees that are often apparent in Durries best work. The inclusion of the farmer and his dog is in keeping with Durries intimate approach to a scene.... The painting shows off Durries gentle and positive personality as a landscape artist of this period in American art. C Property of an East Hampton Estate $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
44 James Brade Sword American, 1839-1915 Anglers Beside a Stream Signed J. B. Sword (ll) Oil on canvas laid to Masonite 16 x 25 7/8 inches C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
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45 James Henry Beard American, 1811-1893 You First, 1879 Signed J H Beard and dated 1879 (lr) Oil on canvas 13 1/2 x 15 5/8 inches C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
46 William Perkins Babcock American, 1826-1899 A Sweet Bite Possible monogram (ll) Oil on panel 11 3/4 x 8 inches C $700-900 See Illustration
47 Attributed to Frank Duveneck Head of a Young Boy Oil on canvas 14 1/8 x 10 5/8 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
48 August Wenderoth German/American, 1819-1884 At the Ferry, 1849 Signed A. Wenderoth, dated 1849 and inscribed New York (lc) Oil on canvas laid to board 28 2/8 x 23 inches C Property of a New York Museum $5,000-8,000 See Illustration
49 Alfred Wordsworth Thompson American, 1840-1896 A Union Cavalryman Asking for Directions Signed Wordsworth Thompson (lr) Oil on board 9 1/8 x 12 1/4 inches C Estate of George Labalme, Jr. $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
50 Daniel Chester French American, 1850-1931 Standing Figure of Daniel Webster, 1931 Signed D C French, dated 1931 and copyrighted on base at rear; stamped indistinctly QLDO(?) Gorham Co beneath the signature Bronze with brown patina Height 11 1/4 inches In 1931, Daniel Chester French was commissioned to sculpt a bronze portrait bust of Daniel Webster. Incomplete at the time of his death in October 1931, the final bronze was finished by Frenchs daughter, Margaret French Cresson. It stands by the Congregational Church in Franklin, New Hampshire, where Webster was born. French was convinced that the monument should include a full-length standing figure of the orator, rather than the proposed portrait bust. By June 1931 he had already made some preliminary sketches or maquettes, which may possibly include the present work. In a letter from July 11, 1931 to Senator George H. Moses, the sculptor wrote, I am particularly interested in this monument to Webster, so much so that I have been led to make some sketch models, and the more I have considered the subject, the more I am convinced that if it is possible to afford it, there should be a statue rather than a bust or a relief. We extend our gratitude to Chesterwood, the country home and studio of Daniel Chester French. C A Prominent New York Family $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
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51 Attributed to Mary Blood Mellen Ship Leaving Harbor by Moonlight (Castine Harbor) Oil on canvas 16 1/8 x 22 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Exhibited: Castine, ME, Castine Historical Society, 2008 C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
52 William Pierce Stubbs American, 1842-1909 The Four-Masted Schooner Andrew Adams Sailing Past a Lighthouse Signed W. P. Stubbs. (ll) Oil on canvas laid to board 25 3/4 x 41 1/2 inches C Estate of Patricia S. Bradshaw $1,500-3,000 See Illustration
53 Manner of Antonio Jacobsen The Steamship Ludgate Hill in Choppy Water Oil on canvas 22 x 36 1/8 inches C $1,500-2,000 See Illustration
54 Alfred Thompson Bricher American, 1837-1908 New England Coastal View, 1878 Signed with conjoined initials ATBricher and dated 1878 (ll) Oil on academy board 14 x 12 1/8 inches This view has traditionally been thought to depict a rock formation at Marblehead, MA. C $7,000-9,000 See Illustration
55 Alfred Thompson Bricher American, 1837-1908 Sailing Close to Shore Signed with conjoined initials ATBricher (ll) Watercolor and gouache on paper laid to card 5 x 13 7/8 inches Provenance: [Sale] William Doyle Galleries, New York, American Furniture and Decorative Arts, Nov. 30, 1994, lot 31 Private collection, acquired at the above C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
56 William Trost Richards American, 1833-1905 Rocks and Sea, 1901 Signed Wm. T. Richards and dated 1901 (ll) Watercolor on paper laid to cardboard 18 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
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57 Richard Hayley Lever American, 1876-1958 Fishing Schooner: Nantucket, Mass., 1913 Signed with monogram (lr); inscribed with title and date 1913 on the mount (hidden by the mat) Watercolor and gouache on paper 11 x 15 inches C $700-900
58 Edward Emerson Simmons American, 1852-1931 Shoreside Fog and Head of a Breton Woman: A Double-sided Work Oil on canvas 12 x 10 inches C $1,800-2,200 See Illustration
59 American School 19th/20th Century The Delta Queen Inscribed as titled followed by an illegible line on the reverse Oil on canvas 14 1/8 x 36 1/8 inches C Estate of Charles Austin Buck $600-900 See Illustration
60 Milton James Burns American, 1853-1933 Off to the War Zone Signed Burns (ll) Gouache on paper laid to board 17 x 26 3/8 inches Unframed Provenance: Private collection, Massachusetts The present work depicts the departure in March 1917 of the St. Louis, the first armed American passenger liner to cross the Atlantic, traversing a zone closed to navigation since Germanys declaration of unrestricted submarine destruction. Carrying thirty-one passengers, with a hold filled to capacity with food and other noncontraband freight, the ship zig-zagged across the ocean, the decks specially equipped with guns manned by members of the
U.S. Navy. Upon its safe arrival in London, the dramatic passage was described in the March 28, 1917 issue of The New York Times : Running dark and with watches doubled the ships officers and American naval men. realized the extreme danger of crossing the zone, where the wreckage of other torpedoed steamships was seen floating, and all seemed to know that the issue of peace or war flew at the taffrail with the American flag.. Her gun crews were ready. to act instantly.. On the last three nights of the voyage the passengers formed their dog watches to remain on duty, and give alarm if the ship were torpedoed. All lights in the ships saloons, smoking rooms and corridors were extinguished, and the watchers sat under a small light in the lounge. C $1,500-2,000 See Illustration
61 Anton Otto Fischer American/German, 1882-1962 The Sinking of the Merlina Signed Anton Otto Fischer (lr) Oil on canvas 22 x 40 inches $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
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62 Mary Jane Peale American, 1826-1902 Still Life with Fruit, 1862 Signed MJ Peale, inscribed from Nature and dated 1862 on the reverse; affixed to the backing are fragmentary labels from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts bearing the artists signature Oil on canvas 13 x 20 3/8 inches Provenance: The artist Herbert R. Peale, Philadelphia, by inheritance, 1902 George Cluett, Little Compton, RI, acquired from the above, 1946 Mrs. and Mrs. Robert F. Black, Jr., Southern Pines, NC, acquired 1960 Newhouse Galleries, New York Private collection Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Exhibited: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Exhibition of 1882, no. 470 Raleigh, NC, The North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Collects, Oct. 10 - 29, 1967 Literature: Register of Works Received for Exhibition of 1882, Jul. 5, 1882, Archives of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts The Female Peales: Their Art and its Traditions, The American Collector, vol. 15, Aug. 1946, p. 14, illus. North Carolina Collects, The North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, 1967, exhi. cat., n.p., no. 34, illus. Bruce Weber, American Paintings IX, Berry-Hill Galleries, New York, pp. 20-21 C $8,000-12,000 See Illustration
63 William Mason Brown American, 1828-1898 Bowl of Strawberries Signed with conjoined initials WM Brown (lr) Oil on canvas 15 1/4 x 20 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
64 George E. Forster American/German, 1817-1896 Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Fruit Flies, 1871 Signed G. Forster and dated 71 (lr) Oil on canvas 9 7/8 x 12 inches C Property of a New York City Private Collector $2,500-3,500
65 De Scott Evans American, 1847-1898 Still Life with Apples and Still Life with Pears: Two Signed DD/David (lr) and DA/David (ll) respectively Each Oil on canvas Each 12 x 10 inches Provenance: Newhouse Galleries, New York William H. and Abigail Gerdts, New York Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Exhibited: New York, Berry-Hill Galleries, Virtual Reality: American Trompe lOeil Paintings, May 18 - Jun. 30, 1994
For Beauty and for Truth: The William and Abigail Gerdts Collection of American Still Life, Amherst, MA, Mead Art Museum, Feb. 27 - Apr. 26, 1998 and New York, Berry-Hill Galleries, May 9 - Jun. 26, 1998 Lausanne, SUI, Fondation de lHermitage, Peindre LAmerique: Les Artistes du Nouveau Monde 1830-1900, Jun. 27 - Oct. 26, 2014, cat. no. 2, illus. [Still Life with Apples] Literature: Susan Danly and Bruce Weber, For Beauty and for Truth: The William and Abigail Gerdts Collection of American Still Life, Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA, 1978, illus. C $15,000-25,000 See Illustration
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66 John William Hill American, 1812-1879 Flowers in a Milk Glass Vase Signed with initials JWH (ll) Oil on board, painted as oval 10 x 8 inches C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
67 (i) American School, 19th Century Clover Oil on windowshade laid to panel 6 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches together with (ii) American School, 19th Century Corydalis Oil on windowshade laid to panel 5 7/8 x 5 3/8 inches C $700-900 See Illustration of part
68 Fidelia Bridges American, 1834-1923 Christmas Card Experiments, In Yonder Orient Star A Hundred Spirits Whisper Peace, 1881 Watercolor and gouache on paper Sight 6 1/2 x 4 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $500-700 See Illustration
69 William Jacob Hays American, 1830-1875 Red Bromeliad, 1861 Signed W. J. Hays and dated 1861 (lr) Oil on canvas 15 3/8 x 12 5/8 inches Provenance: The artist William Jacob Hays, Jr. Hoffman R. Hays, by descent Acquired from the above C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
70 Taylor Buzzell American, active circa 1870-1880 Autumn Leaves in a Vase, 1874 Signed Taylor Buzzell and dated 1874 (ll), the date in the form of foliage fragments Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
71 American School 19th Century Still Life of Tomatoes, Corn, a Cucumber and a Red Beet Oil on canvas 12 x 20 inches Provenance: Guy and Elizabeth Mankin, Kent, CT Literature: Andrew F. Smith, The Tomato in America: Early History, Culture, and Cookery, University of South Carolina Press, 1994, illus. p. 1 A copy of The Tomato in America accompanies this lot. C $700-900 See Illustration
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72 John William Casilear American, 1811-1893 Sweet William, 1863 Signed with conjoined initials JWC and dated 63 (lr) Oil on canvas laid to board 10 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
74 Wakeman Holberton American, 1839-1898 Suspended Grouse, 1875 Signed W. Holberton and dated 1875 (lr) Oil on canvas 20 x 17 1/8 inches C $1,000-2,000
75 Howard L. Hill American/English, d. 1870 Family of Grouse Signed H Hill (ll) Oil on canvas 32 x 24 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
73 George Cochran Lambdin American, 1830-1896 Spring Blossoms, 1875 Signed Geo. C. Lambdin and dated 1875 (lr) Oil on panel 20 x 11 3/4 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York In an article he wrote in 1884 about his iconic subject for The Art Union Magazine, George Cochran Lambdin observed, There is probably no inanimate object in the world more beautiful than a delicately tinted rose.... While every one acknowledges the beauty of the Rose, and recognizes its color and its perfume, very few indeed know truly why it is so charming. The charm seems to me to lie, in great part, in the fine silky texture of the petals and in their translucency. No other flowers have these in such marked degree, and it is these qualities which make the contrast between the cool, clear, rim and the outside of the cup, and its glowing heart. The other charm is that which is most felt when we look down into the depths of the half open bud. It is the charm which it shares with every beautiful thing which is hidden yet half revealed. [George Cochran Lambdin, The Charm of the Rose, The Art Union Magazine, Jun. - Jul. 1884, vol. 1, p. 137] C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
76 John Martin Tracy American, 1843-1893 English Setter Signed J. M. Tracy (lr) Oil on canvas laid to board 5 x 9 inches Provenance: Jack Stadler, Rye, NY Thence by descent in the family to the current owner C Property of a New York Collector $800-1,200 See Illustration
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77 William Michael Harnett American, 1848-1892 The Pipe Rack (The Artists Pipe Rack), 1877 Signed WM Harnett and dated 1877 (lr) Oil on board 7 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches Provenance: Frank Lavand (Lavaud?), Staten Island, New York, around 1877 George Y. Browne, 1884 Berry-Hill Galleries, New York Literature: Bruce Weber, American Paintings and Sculpture VIII 1999, Berry-Hill Galleries, Inc., New York, 1999, p. 64, illus. C $25,000-45,000 See Illustration
78 Nicolas Alden Brooks American, 1880-1904 A Desktop Still Life, 1890 Signed N. A. Brooks and dated N.Y. 1890 (ll) Oil on canvas laid to Masonite 9 x 11 inches Provenance: [Sale] William Doyle Galleries, New York, 19th and 20th Century American and European Paintings, Feb. 25, 1982, lot 111, illus. Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
79 Walter Gay American, 1856-1937 Les Potiches Signed Walter Gay (lr); inscribed as titled and numbered 12 on an old label affixed to the backing Watercolor heightened with gouache, and black and colored chalks on paper 11 x 14 3/8 inches C $1,500-2,500
80 John Henry Wilde American, 1909-2006 Still Life with Toadstools II, 1952 Signed John C. W. and dated 1952 (ur); signed John Wilde, dated 1952 and inscribed as titled on the reverse Oil on panel 7 7/8 x 11 3/4 inches Exhibited: Boston, MA, St. Botolph Club, n.d. C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
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The present work was inspired by a visit to Rydal Mount, the home of William Wordsworth. While visiting, Inman painted a portrait of the poet that both Wordsworth and his wife admired greatly. In response to a request from his New York patron, Charles Leupp, he painted a landscape, Rydal Water. The exhibition catalogue for the 1846 Inman memorial exhibition mentions a letter he wrote to his patron, Luman Reed, describing the genesis of the subject: Mr. Wordsworth pointed out the view and went with me when I made the sketch. It also included some verses by Wordsworth to enhance the mood of Inmans quiet scene:
C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
81 Henry Inman American, 1801-1846 Rydal Water Inscribed on the reverse: Painted by H. Inman, 1844/for C. M. Leupp, Esq., N. York/View of Rydal Water Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches Provenance: Charles M. Leupp, New York Samuel P. Avery, New York (possibly) W. H. Ingersoll, New York New York, Brooklyn Museum, acquired 1901 Bernard and Dean Levy, New York Exhibited: New York, National Academy of Design, 1845, no. 161 [lent by C. M. Leupp] New York, American Art Union, Catalogue of Works by the Late Henry Inman; with a Biographical Sketch. Exhibition, for the benefit of his Widow and Family, at the Art-Union Rooms, no. 23 Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Institute, June, 1897 [Lent by W. H. Ingersoll] Washington, DC, National Collection of Fine Arts, Academy: The Academic Tradition in American Art, 1975, no. 88 Washington, DC, The National Portrait Gallery, The Works of Henry Inman, Apr. 3 -Aug. 2, 1987, no. 71 Literature: American Art-Union, Catalogue of Works by the Late Henry Inman; with a Biographical Sketch. Exhibition, for the benefit of his Widow and Family, at the Art-Union Rooms, no. 23 New-York Historical Society, National Academy of Design Exhibition Record, 1826-1860, 1940, vol. I, no. 161, p. 260 Lois Marie Fink and Joshua C. Taylor, Academy: The Academic Tradition in American Art, National Collection of Fine Arts, 1975, no. 88, p. 195, illus. William H. Gerdts, The Works of Henry Inman, The National Portrait Gallery, Apr. 3 - Aug. 2, 1987, Washington, DC, no. 71, pp. 53, 56, illus. p. 25
82 Richard Hayley Lever American/Australian, 1876-1958 Sails Up, St. Ives, Cornwall, 1903 Signed Hayley Lever (ll); inscribed as titled and dated 1903 on the stretcher Oil on panel 6 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches Provenance: Clayton-Liberatore Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
83 Harry Mills Walcott American, 1870-1944 The Gossips, circa 1901 Signed H.M. Walcott, and inscribed Copyright 1902 by S. T. Shaw (ll); signed Samuel T. Shaw and dated 1925 within a two inch painted square on the reverse Oil on canvas 19 3/4 x 39 1/2 inches Provenance: Samuel T. Shaw, New York [Sale] American Art Association, New York, The Samuel T. Shaw Collection of American paintings, Jan. 21, 1926, lot 86 [Sale] American Art Association, New York, Important Examples of English, French & Italian Furniture, Rare Tapestries & Oriental Rugs, Decorative & Table Porcelains, Bronzes, Silver & Fabrics, Oct. 25, 1928, lot 1239 Exhibited: New York, Society of American Artists, 1902, no. 115
Buffalo, NY, Albright Art Gallery, The First Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists, May 31 - Sep. 2, 1906. no. 115 [as Gossip, lent by Samuel T. Shaw] Literature: Charles H. Caffin, American Studio Talk, International Studio, 1902, vol. 16, p. 73 Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists and a Group of Small Selected Bronzes by American Sculptors, Albright Art Gallery, 1906, p. 29 Samuel T. Shaw was a businessman, proprietor of the Grand Union Hotel, collector and patron of American Art. A member and officer of the Society of American Artists, the National Academy of Design, Lotos, Union League, National Art, and Salmagundi Clubs, Shaw awarded cash prizes for the best picture at annual exhibitions. Shaw established a Fund in his name that eventually grew to $1,500, for the annual purchase of one or more works by American
artists. The winners were selected with the assistance of a jury, the paintings to become the property of Samuel T. Shaw. The present work was one of the award winners, and is signed by its owner and dated 1925 on the reverse. The bulk of Shaws collection, comprising 210 paintings by 103 American artists (including the present work) was sold at auction by the American Art Galleries in 1926. The painting was reproduced as a postcard on which is indicated Salon 1901 so it appears that it may have been exhibited in Paris prior to Walcotts departure to America that same year. In a 1902 review of the annual exhibition at the Society of American Artists, Charles H. Caffin described the present work as a clever study of fisher girls seated in a row, their white caps and blue aprons (especially the latter) being made conducive to a quaintly piquant scheme of movement and color. [International Studio, 1902, vol. 16, p. 29] C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
84 John Martin Tracy American, 1843-1893 Gossiping at the Gate Signed J. M. Tracy (lr) Oil on canvas 18 1/4 x 26 1/4 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
Her only Pilot the soft breeze, the boat Lingers; but Fancy is well satisfied: With keen eyed Hope, with Memory at her side, All that to each is precious, as we float Gently along; regardless who shall chide If the Heavens smile and leave us free to glide. Happy associates! Breathing air remote From trivial cares. But, Fancy and the Muse, Why have I crowded this small bark with you And other of your kind. Ideal crew! While here sits one whose brightness owes its hues To flesh and blood; no goddess from above, No fleeting spirit, but my own true love.
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85 John Rollin Tilton American, 1828-1888 View of Lake Como Signed J. R. Tilton (lr) Oil on panel mounted on particle board 8 3/4 x 14 1/8 inches C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
86 Albion Harris Bicknell American, 1837-1915 Arrival by Gondola, Venice, 1863 Signed with initials A.H.B twice and dated 63 (lr) Oil and graphite pencil on canvas 12 x 10 1/8 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration
87 John Joseph Enneking American, 1841-1916 Venice at Night, circa 1874 Oil on canvas laid to board 9 7/8 x 9 5/8 inches Provenance: Spanierman Gallery, LLC, New York Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York Avery Galleries, Haverford, PA The present work has been registered as no. II-B-207 in the Pierce Catalogue Raisonn of the work of John J. Enneking C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
88 William Louis Sonntag American, 1822-1900 Italian Vista Signed Sonntag (ll) Oil on canvas 12 x 20 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
89 Esther Frances (Fanny, Francesca) Alexander American, 1837-1917 Clorinda , 1865 Inscribed Clorinda Amadei / 19 years of age / painted August 1865 / at Faidello / lives 2d house at Modena after the dogana / north Tuscan frontier / on the post road from Pistoia to Modena / Francesca Alexander / of Florence / from notes of Oct 16 1865 [?] on the verso. Inscribed by another hand Clorinda / by Fanny Alexander / Villa Brichieri / Bellosguardo / A Whitney on the reverse Oil on artist board 15 1/4 x 12 inches Daughter of Boston portrait painter Francis Alexander, Esther Francis [Fanny] Alexander moved to Florence with her family at the age of fifteen. For more than fifteen years they resided at the Villa Brichieri, in Bellosquardo, overlooking Florence. Essentially self taught, Alexander painted peasants, striving to preserve their folk legends and customs and demonstrating concern for their welfare. Soon after completing the present work, depicting a young woman whose likeness she rendered on several occasions, Francesca wrote to her Boston friend, Lilly Cleveland on September 2, 1865, Every morning I used to paint; your Clorinda was repeated three times in different attitudes.... Her dress is nearly the same which I painted in your picture of her [Collection Museum of Art, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY], she never looked so pretty in anything else.... I became very fond of my little Clorinda this year; she was so innocent and affectionate, and knew so many rispetti and stornelli, and queer legends, and stories about all the families in the neighborhood; innocent stories understand; scandal had no place in her pure and vigorous mind. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
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90 Edmund Darch Lewis American, 1835-1910 View of Cuba, 1860 Signed Edm. D Lewis and dated 1860 (ll) Oil on canvas 30 x 43 7/8 inches Provenance: Sothebys New York, Nov. 19, 2008, lot 85 C $25,000-35,000 See Illustration
91 Andrew W. Warren American, 1823/34-1873 Study in Yucatan, 1865 Signed A.W. Warren and dated 1865 (rc) Oil on panel 12 1/2 x 8 5/8 inches Provenance: John Frederick Kensett Sale: National Academy of Design and Robert Somerville, Auctioneer, Association Hall, Y.M.C.A., New York, The Collection of Over Five Hundred Paintings and Studies by the Late John F. Kensett, March 24-29, 1873, exhi. and sale cat. Estate of Morton Bradley, Arlington, MA Acquired from the above Exhibited: National Academy of Design, 1873, On Exhibition Only, Mr. Kensetts Last Summers Work, and His Private Collection of Pictures by Contemporaneous Artists, no. 788 C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
92 Will (William F.) Sparks American, 1862-1937 Sunset at a Mexican House Signed Will Sparks (ll) Oil on canvas 20 x 28 inches C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
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93 Henry Augustus Ferguson American, 1845-1911 Street of Seideh Zeyneb, Cairo, circa 1880 Signed Henry A. Ferguson (ll); inscribed as titled on a fragmentary exhibition label affixed to the frame Oil on canvas 38 5/8 x 28 inches Exhibited: New York, National Academy of Design, 1881, no. 321 C Property of a New York Museum $18,000-22,000 See Illustration
94 Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1917 Among the Ruins of Philae, 1893 Signed H R Newman and dated Philae/19 Jan/1893 and inscribed Op. 816 (ll) Watercolor on paper laid to canvas 26 x 17 inches Provenance: Theodore Davis, New York and Newport, RI, from 1893 Private collection, New York Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $15,000-25,000 See Illustration
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95 Kenyon Cox American, 1856-1919 A Moment of Repose, 1879 Signed K. Cox and dated 1879 (lr) Oil on canvasboard 5 1/2 x 12 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
96 Luther Emerson Van Gorder American, 1861-1931 The Flower Stand, circa late 1890s Signed L. E. Van Gorder (lr) Oil on canvas 10 x 8 1/4 inches Provenance: Private Collection, Greenwich, CT, since 1995 C $1,800-2,200 See Illustration
97 Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow American, 1845-1921 Seated Young Woman, circa 1880 Signed with initials E.W.L (lr) Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
98 Frederick William MacMonnies American, 1863-1937 Bacchante and Infant Faun, 1893 Signed F. MacMonnies, dated 1893 and stamped H. Rouart Fondateurs/Paris on the base Bronze with brown-green patina Height 16 1/2 inches Provenance: Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
99 Edward Dufner American, 1872-1957 Bathers in Sunlight Oil on particle board Signed Edw... Dufner (lr) 16 x 20 inches Provenance: Dr. Stephen Walter, Kenilworth, NJ (possibly) Private Collection, CT C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
100 George J. Stengel American, 1872-1937 Whitehead, Monhegan, circa 1927 Inscribed with the artists name and title on the stretcher Oil on canvas 24 1/4 x 30 1/8 inches Provenance: Grace V. Stengel, the artists widow By gift to the current owner, 1944 C Property of a Mid-Atlantic Museum to Benefit the Acquisitions Fund $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
101 Parke Custis Dougherty American, b. 1867 River Landscape, 1910 Signed P.C. Dougherty. and dated ...10 (lr) Oil on canvas 32 x 39 1/2 inches C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
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102 Guy Carleton Wiggins American, 1883-1962 Late Summer Sunshine Signed Guy Wiggins, NA. (lr); inscribed as titled and signed Guy Wiggins NA on the reverse Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches C $6,000-8,000 See Illustration
103 Charles Harold Davis American 1856-1933 Sun Gleams Signed C. H. Davis.(ll); inscribed as titled and numbered 36 on an old label affixed to the stretcher Oil on canvas 25 1/8 x 30 1/8 inches C $5,000-8,000 See Illustration
104 Eric Sloane American, 1905-1985 Fall Foliage Signed Eric Sloane NA and inscribed Fall Foliage (ll) Oil and graphite pencil on board Sight 23 3/8 x 29 1/2 inches Provenance: Hammer Galleries, New York Private collection, acquired from the above, 1986 C Property from a New York and Connecticut Estate $8,000-12,000 See Illustration
105 Emile Albert Grupp American, 1896-1978 Morning, Bass Rocks Signed Emile A. Grupp (lr); inscribed as titled on the stretcher Oil on canvas 25 1/4 x 30 1/4 inches C Estate of Patricia S. Bradshaw $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
106 Frederick Judd Waugh American, 1861-1940 Coast of Maine Oil on canvas Signed Waugh (lr) 25 1/4 x 30 1/4 inches Provenance: Private Collection, CT C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
107 Christopher Blossom American, b. 1956 Deep Water, 1979 Signed Christopher Blossom and dated 1979 (lr) Oil on canvas 22 x 38 1/4 inches C $10,000-15,000 See Illustration
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108 Jerome Myers American, 1867-1940 Two Girls Dancing, 1906 Signed Jerome Myers and dated NY. 1906 (lr) Graphite pencil on paper 8 7/8 x 5 3/8 inches C Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz, sold for the benefit of the Bard Graduate Center $700-900 See Illustration
110 Joseph Stella American/Italian, 1877-1946 Back of a Woman, Sleeping Signed Joseph Stella (lr) Graphite pencil on paper 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches Provenance: Rabin & Kreuger Gallery, Newark, NJ C Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz, sold for the benefit of the Bard Graduate Center $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
111 Guy Pne du Bois American, 1884-1958 Politician Signed G.P. du B. (lr) Oil on board 20 x 14 3/4 inches Provenance: The artist By descent to William Pne du Bois, his son By descent to Willa Kim, his wife Given the innately acerbic perspective so frequently seen in his paintings, it is unsurprising that Pne du Bois chose to depict politicos in a similar manner. He painted politicians on a few occasions; one such work, The Politicians, from 1914, was acquired by the collector Albert Coombs Barnes. Another composition, The Politicians, was acquired by Chester Dale, a patron of the artist, who helped underwrite his trip to France in 1924. The present undated work shows a politician pontificating, possibly while on the stump, a patriotic bunting prominently displayed beneath him. The figures surrounding the central character are essentially caricatures, swiftly realized likenesses of a politicians less than savory entourage. C The Collection of Willa Kim and William Pne du Bois $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
112 John Koch American, 1909-1978 The Green Hat Signed Koch (lr) Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches Provenance: C.W. Kraushaar Art Galleries, New York Schutz & Company, New York According to the label from Schutz & Company on the reverse, this painting dates to circa 1940. C Property of an East Hampton Estate $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
113 Richmond Barth American, 1901-1989 Female Head Painted plaster Height 8 3/16 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
109 Thomas Hart Benton American, 1889-1975 Preliminary Study for The Social History of the State of Indiana, 1933 Indistinctly inscribed on recto Graphite on thin paper 10 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches Provenance: Wallace Richards, Indianapolis, IN Dorsky Galleries Ltd., New York
A statement on the backing indicates This sketch is a preliminary study by Thomas Hart Benton for his mural, The Social History of the State of Indiana, which he executed for the State of Indiana Exhibit and the Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933.... The mural has since been installed in the Indiana University Auditorium, Bloomington, Indiana.... This drawing, along with 35 other drawings, were presented by the artist to Wallace Richards who was in charge of the Indiana Exhibit project. C Estate of Helen Olson $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
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116 Johann Berthelsen American/Danish, 1883-1972 Central Park Nocturne Signed Johann Berthelsen (lr) Oil on canvas 12 x 16 inches C $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
114 Aaron Harry Gorson American, 1872-1933 Wharf with Sailboat and Village Oil on canvas 18 x 30 inches Provenance: Estate of the artist Harbors and boat basins along the Hudson River were themes frequently treated by Aaron Harry Gorson in his later years. Using a more relaxed handling than in his dramatic nocturnal scenes of industrial Pittsburgh, here he responded to the calm and timeless features of the river and its natural setting, where simple dwellings line the shore and peaceful vessels lie dormant alongside weathered piers. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
115 Joseph Hirsch American, 1910-1981 Horses in a Field Signed Joseph Hirsch (lr); inscribed For Ray / From Joe (ll); numbered AAA / 5030 on the reverse Sepia ink on paper 8 5/8 x 12 inches C Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz, sold for the benefit of the Bard Graduate Center $500-700 See Illustration
117 Ludwig Bemelmans American, 1898-1962 The Dining Car Gouache and collage on illustration board 20 x 30 inches Unframed Provenance: Associated American Artists, New York C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
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122 After John James Audubon AMERICAN BLACK BEAR Hand-colored lithograph by J.T. Bowen, 1848, plate CXLI from The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, with full margins, framed. Sheet 21 x 26 3/4 inches C Estate of George Labalme, Jr. $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
123 Currier & Ives, publishers AMERICAN HUNTING SCENES: A GOOD CHANCE; AN EARLY START (GALE 186, 187) Two hand-colored lithographs, 1863, with good or full margins, framed. Image of first 18 3/4 x 27 3/4 inches Image of second 18 3/4 x 27 5/8 inches C Estate of George Labalme, Jr. $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
124 Currier & Ives, publishers CAMPING IN THE WOODS: A GOOD TIME COMING; LAYING OFF (G. 864, 865) Two hand-colored lithographs, 1863, the first with good margins, the second with good margins on three sides, trimmed into the publication text at bottom, framed. Image of first 18 5/8 x 27 5/8 inches Image of second 18 3/4 x 27 5/8 inches C Estate of George Labalme, Jr. $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
Prints 118 After John James Audubon BRASILIAN CARACARA EAGLE Hand-colored etching, aquatint and engraving by Robert Havell, circa 1833, on J Wh atman paper watermarked 1836, plate CLXI from The Birds of America, framed. Sheet 38 x 25 13/16 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
119 After John James Audubon ROUGH-LEGGED FALCON Hand-colored etching, aquatint and engraving by R. Havell, 1833, on J. Whatman paper, plate CLXVI from The Birds of America, framed. Sheet 38 x 25 1/4 inches C $600-800 See Illustration
120 After John James Audubon LONG-TAILED DUCK Hand-colored etching, aquatint and engraving by R. Havell, 1836, on J. Whatman paper, plate CCCXII from The Birds of America, with good margins, framed. Plate 21 x 30 3/8 inches Sheet 25 1/4 x 33 1/2 inches C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
121 After John James Audubon BLACK-TAILED HARE Hand-colored lithograph by J.T. Bowen, 1845, plate LXIII from The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, with full (?) margins, framed. Sheet 19 7/8 x 26 1/8 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration
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125 Currier & Ives, publishers THE CHANCES OF BILLIARDS (G. 1090) Hand-colored lithograph, 1869, with (full?) margins, framed. Image 16 3/8 x 24 7/8 inches Sheet 19 7/8 x 26 7/8 inches C $800-1,200 See Illustration
126 After Frederic S. Cozzens [YACHT RACING SCENE] Chromolithograph, circa 1884, from American Yachts, Their Clubs and Races, laid on card (as issued), framed. Sight 13 3/4 x 20 1/2 inches C $300-400 See Illustration
127 The Otis Lithograph Co. CARTER THE GREAT, THE WORLDS WEIRD WONDERFUL WIZARD Color lithograph, printed on three joined sheets, linen-backed, printed in Cleveland, Ohio, with full margins, framed. Image 75 x 39 inches C $700-1,000 See Illustration
128 John Stobart ST. LOUIS; NEW YORK; SEATTLE Three color offset lithographs, 1978, 1979 and 1991, respectively, signed and numbered 355/750, 316/750 and 113/950, respectively, in pencil, published by Maritime Heritage Prints, Inc., with full margins, framed. Image of largest 19 3/4 x 34 1/8 inches C $600-800
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129 Group of Chinese Export Porcelain Imari Palette Articles 18th/19th Century Comprising two tankards, one of tapered form, height of taller 6 1/2 inches; globular teapot; two cups and saucers; small bowl and pair of covered two handled bowls. Provenance: Elinor Gordon, Villanova, PA C $400-600
130 Queen Anne Cherry Chest on Stand Delaware Valley With three short above five long graduated drawers, the lower section with a long drawer, above a shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs ending in trifid feet. Height 6 feet, width 41 3/4 inches, depth 22 inches. C $600-800
131 British Sailors Woolwork Picture 19th Century The ship depicted moored by a strip of land. Height overall 16 1/4 inches, width 21 inches. C $400-600
132 Pair of Dutch Delft Chargers 18th Century Each painted with a flower basket. Diameter 13 1/4 inches. Provenance: Charles van der Hayden, Rotterdam C Estate of Barbara Anspach $300-500
133 Federal Style Mahogany and Birch Bow-Front Chest of Drawers With four graduated drawers above a shaped apron, raised on splayed bracket feet. Height 34 1/2 inches, width 37 inches, depth 21 1/2 inches. C $800-1,200
134 Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Brown Fitzhugh Soup Plates 19th Century Diameter 9 7/8 inches. Provenance: Elinor Gordon, Villanova, PA; Together with a Green Fitzhugh Plate with Crest and Motto. 19th Century Diameter 9 1/2 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $800-1,200
135 Chippendale Inlaid Mahogany Reverse-Serpentine Slant-Front Desk Massachusetts, Late 18th century The interior with a patera-inlaid prospect door, valanced drawers and pigeonholes above small drawers, the case with four long drawers, on ogee bracket feet. Height 43 inches, width 42 1/2 inches, depth 22 inches. C $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
136 Gilt-Copper Full Bodied Cow-Form Weathervane On a wood and metal stand. Height 18 inches, width 24 1/2 inches. C Property from a Pennsylvania Collection $800-1,200 See Illustration
137 Federal Inlaid Mahogany Mirror Early 19th century The scrolled arched crest inlaid with a patera. Height 42 inches, width 22 1/2 inches. C $700-1,000
138 American School, 19th Century Hunter standing beside a stream with fishermen in their boats, a shepherd and his flock, a church and village Watercolor, pen and ink on silk 17 x 22 inches Provenance: Sothebys, New York, January 28, 1994, lot 973 C Estate of Barbara Anspach $800-1,200 See Illustration
139 Pair of American Tin and Mirror Sconces 19th Century Each with a circular backplate and drip pan with crimped borders. Height 10 inches. C $250-350
140 American Yellow Painted Two-Door Cupboard First half of the 19th century The molded cornice above a pair of double-paneled doors, opening to an interior with one shelf, raised on ogee bracket feet. Height 59 1/2 inches, width 54 1/2 inches, depth 55 inches. C $500-700
141 George II Parcel-Gilt Mahogany Mirror 18th Century Height 41 1/2 inches, width 22 1/2 inches. C $300-400
142 Group of Chinese Export Porcelain Articles 18th/Early 19th century Comprising a soup plate painted with a figure on an elephant, set of five dessert plates, armorial decorated creamer and teapot stand en suite, pair of teacups with a tower crest and four saucers en suite, blue and white plate depicting Dutch figures constructing a building. Diameter of soup plate 9 inches. $400-600
143 Federal Inlaid Cherry Bow-Front Chest of Drawers Mid Atlantic States, early 19th century With four graduated line-inlaid and banded cockbeaded drawers over a shaped apron with lozenge inlays and splayed bracket feet with lozenge inlays. Height 38 1/2 inches, width 40 1/2 inches, depth 22 1/2 inches. C $1,500-3,000 See Illustration
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144 Pair of Chinese Export Blue Fitzhugh Crested Porcelain Plates Circa 1800 Each of square form with lobed corners, raised on four low bracket feet. 9 3/4 Inches square. Provenance: Estate of Miriam Klein, Philadelphia, PA Harry A. Eberhardt & Son Inc., Philadelphia, PA C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
145 Classical Gilt Stenciled Rosewood Pier Table Second quarter of the 19th century The marble top with rounded front corners, above a conforming frieze on voluted supports and pilasters flanking a mirror plate, the concave base raised on turned feet. Height 33 inches, width 44 1/2 inches, depth 18 1/4 inches. C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
146 American Mahogany Drop-Leaf Table 19th Century With a single drawer, raised on spiral-turned legs ending in casters. Height 29 1/2 inches, width 42 inches, depth 18 inches. $250-350
147 Queen Anne Maple Drop-Leaf Table The leaves with rounded corners, raised on cabriole legs ending in turned feet. Height 28 1/2 inches, width 44 inches, depth 18 inches. C $500-700
148 Pair of Federal Upholstered Mahogany Side Chairs Attributed to John Carlisle, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1790 Height 39 inches, width 22 inches, depth 17 inches. C $500-700
149 William IV Mahogany Canterbury Circa 1835 The shaped X-form supports centering a carved wreath, above a drawer, raised on turned legs ending in casters. Height 19 1/2 inches, width 22 1/2 inches, depth 13 inches. C $300-500
150 Federal Mahogany Work Table Massachusetts, early 19th century With three drawers, raised on rounded outset fluted and reeded legs. Height 28 1/2 inches, width 23 inches, depth 19 inches. C Estate of a New York Lady $800-1,200
151 Classical Giltwood and Composition Pier Mirror 19th Century Height 43 inches, width 25 1/2 inches. C $400-600
152 Classical Upholstered Mahogany Sofa New York, circa 1825 The paneled backscrolling crestrail above outscrolled arms and fronted by carved dolphins, the paneled straight seat raised on paw feet with winged brackets, ending in casters. Height 37 inches, width 8 feet 5 inches, depth 25 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
153 Pair of Classical Mahogany Pier Tables Possibly Philadelphia, second quarter of the 19th century The rectangular marble top above a molded frieze, raised on voluted supports over a shaped platform base on turned feet. Height 33 3/4 inches, width 38 inches, depth 18 1/4 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration of Part
154 Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Platter 18th Century; Together with a Canton Famille Rose Square Bowl and Chamberstick, 19th Century. Length of platter 15 1/4 inches. $150-250
155 Pair of Classical Mahogany Upholstered Stools Each of serpentine form, on casters. Height 16 1/2 inches, 18 1/2 inches square. C $500-700
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156 Two Chinese Export Porcelain Pseudo Tobacco Leaf Pattern Platters Early 19th century Each of shaped oblong form. Lengths 14 1/2 inches and 16 1/2 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
157 Set of Four Chinese Export Porcelain Pseudo Tobacco Leaf Pattern Plates Early 19th century Diameter 9 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $800-1,200
158 Federal Inlaid Mahogany Serpentine-Front Chest of Drawers Attributed to Matthew Egerton Jr., New Brunswick, New Jersey, early 19th century With four graduated string-inlaid long drawers between wide bellflower-inlaid stiles, above a shaped apron continuing to splayed bracket feet. Height 40 1/2 inches, width 44 1/2 inches, depth 20 3/4 inches. C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
159 Chippendale Cherry Side Chair Chapin School, Connecticut Valley, circa 1780 The serpentine crest with a flanged shell and scrolled ears, above a pierced splat in a molded shoe, over a slip seat, raised on cabriole legs ending in claw and ball feet. Height 38 1/2 inches, width 21 1/4 inches, depth 17 inches. C $2,000-4,000 See Illustration
160 Chinese Export Porcelain Blue Fitzhugh Oval Platter and Mazarin Early 19th century Length 17 1/2 inches. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $400-600
161 Federal Pine Blanket Chest First half of the 19th century With three drawers. Height 49 inches, width 37 inches, depth 19 inches. $250-350
162 American Pierced Tin Twelve-Light Chandelier 19th Century Height 31 inches, diameter 25 inches. Provenance: Buckley & Buckley, Salisbury, Connecticut C $500-700
163 Queen Anne Cherry High Chest The molded cornice above two short and four long graduated drawers, the lower section with a long drawer over three small drawers, raised on cabriole legs ending in turned feet. Height 71 inches, width 39 1/2 inches, depth 19 inches. C $1,200-1,800
164 Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Shaped Oval Platter 18th Century Decorated with a boy on an ox, geese, etc. Length 14 1/2 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $600-900
165 Federal Upholstered Mahogany Sofa Mid Atlantic States, circa 1800 The straight backrest and shaped sides above a straight seat, on square tapering legs joined by stretchers. Height 37 inches, width 6 feet 1 inch, depth 22 inches. Provenance: Sothebys, New York, January 21, 2006, lot 426. C $800-1,200 See Illustration
166 Chippendale Walnut Slant-Front Desk Late 18th century The interior with a prospect door, valanced pigeonholes and small drawers, the case with four graduated lip molded long drawers, on ogee bracket feet. Height 42 inches, width 38 inches, depth 21 inches. C $700-1,000
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167 Associated Pair of Canton Famille Rose Porcelain Platters 19th Century Each with a figural scene within a border of flowers, butterflies and fretwork. Length 17 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
168 Associated Pair of Canton Famille Rose Porcelain Tureens 19th Century Each decorated with figural scenes within a border of flowers, butterflies and fretwork. Length 14 1/2 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
169 Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock Attributed to John Scudder, Westfield, New Jersey, early 19th century The scrolled pediment with three brass finials, the painted dial with moon phase, subsidiary seconds dial and day-of-the-month, the serpentine arched case door flanked by fluted corner columns, the serpentine apron continuing to splayed bracket feet. Height 7 feet 11 1/2 inches, width 17 inches, depth 9 1/2 inches. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
170 Federal Style Inlaid Mahogany Serpentine Sideboard With three frieze drawers above a pair of cupboard doors flanked by deep drawers, on square tapering legs. Height 39 inches, width 6 feet 3/4 inches, depth 27 1/2 inches. C $1,000-1,500
171 George III Mahogany Tilt-Top Tripod Stand Late 18th century The banded top with canted corners. Height 28 1/2 inches, width 19 3/4 inches, depth 16 1/2 inches. C $200-300
172 Federal Inlaid Cherry Corner Cupboard Possibly North Carolina, early 19th century The scrolled pediment with turned finials and terminating in pinwheels, above a line-inlaid case with arched glazed door and painted interior, the lower section with a frieze drawer with fan spandrels, two paneled doors with inlaid paterae, the apron inlaid with a fan motif, on bracket feet. Height 8 feet 4 inches, width 44 1/2 inches, depth 28 inches. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
173 Group of Chinese Export Cabbage Leaf Porcelain Articles Including plates, bowls, covered bowls, boxes, etc., approximately ninety pieces. Diameter of largest bowl 9 1/2 inches. C Property from a New York Private Estate $300-500
174 Group of Chinese Export Cabbage Leaf Porcelain Articles Including a pair of baluster vases with kylin handles, height 17 inches; vases; covered jars; snuff bottles; etc., approximately thirty-three pieces. C Property from a New York Private Estate $500-700
175 Federal Upholstered Mahogany Side Chair Attributed to John Carlisle, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1790 Height 39 3/4 inches, width 21 inches, depth 17 inches. C Estate of a New York Lady $600-800 See Illustration
176 Federal Inlaid Mahogany Butlers Chest of Drawers New York, early 19th century The fitted desk drawer above three long drawers and a shaped apron, raised on splayed bracket feet. Height 45 inches, width 47 inches, depth 22 inches. C $800-1,200
176A Federal Mahogany Five-Legged Fold-Over Card Table New York, early 19th century Of double-elliptical form, raised on reeded legs with casters. Height 30 1/2 inches, width 42 inches, depth 20 inches. $800-1,200
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Silver & Silver Plate 177 American Silver Two-Handled Cup John Coney, Boston, circa 1687 Of tapering cylindrical form, with a molded foot and two later scrolled handles, the body engraved Ex dono Wm Browne senr Esque. Height 5 1/8 inches, approximately 11 ounces. Provenance: First Church, Salem Massachusetts, 1687 Christies New York January 18, 2007 either lot 63 or 64 Literature: E. Alfred Jones, Old Silver of American Churches, 1913, p. 419, illus. pl. CXXVII Hermann Frederick Clarke, John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722, 1932, cat. no. 6 Patricia Kane, Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers, 1998, p. 322 C Estate of a New York Lady $10,000-15,000 See Illustration
178 American Silver Tankard John Edwards, Boston, circa 1700 Of tapering cylindrical form, the S-scroll handle with lions mask, with reeded band at foot. Height 5 inches, approximately 13 ounces. C Estate of a New York Lady $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
179 American Silver Cann John Hutton, New York, circa 1720 Of baluster form, with gadrooning to the rim and foot rim, with leaf capped leaf handle. Height 4 1/2 inches, approximately 12 ounces. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
180 American Silver Porringer Thomas Edwards, Boston, circa 1740 Of circular form, with a pierced keyhole handle. Length 8 inches, approximately 8 ounces. Similar porringers by Thomas Edwards were sold Thomaston Place Auction Galleries, June 1, 2013, lot 52 and Sothebys New York, January 21, 2005, lot 412. C Estate of a New York Lady $2,000-4,000
181 American Silver Teapot Joseph Anthony, Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1785 Of drum form, with a straight spout, the cover with a ball finial, the body engraved with the crest of Walpole. Length 8 inches, approximately 17 ounces, all in. Provenance: Bonhams New York, January 22, 2009, lot 1000 Another teapot by Joseph Anthony, Jr. was sold Pook and Pook, April 12, 2012 lot 878 for $7,703. C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
182 Set of Six American Silver Bird-Back Tablespoons Makers mark I.G in an oval, circa 1790 Each with bright cut decoration, the reverse of the bowl with a bird holding an olive branch. Height 9 1/8 inches, total approximately 14 ounces. C Estate of a New York Lady $500-800
183 American Silver Water Pitcher Peter L. Krider for John B. McFadden & Son, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, circa 1840 The body chased with fruit, flowers and foliage centering a cartouche with a beaded rope twist band at the shoulders, the neck and pedestal foot in rocaille, the scrolled handle with a grape cluster cap. Height 15 1/2 inches, approximately 47 ounces. C $800-1,200 See Illustration
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184 Samuel Kirk Silver Ewer 1830-1846 Of baluster form, chased with figures and architectural scenes amongst flowers and foliage, the flower capped scrolled handle with applied bird. Height 15 inches, approximately 52 ounces. A similar early Kirk ewer was sold Potomack Company, Alexandria, VA, April 4, 2015, lot 307 for $5,500. The present ewer was originally purchased by John E. Brand (1775-1849), whose name is inscribed to the body. Brand was born in Scotland and came to America moving to Lexington Kentucky in 1802 where he established a factory which produced the first hemp bagging in the United States. At his death in 1849 his estate was valued at over $450,000. The ewer was then presented as a gift to his granddaughter Elizabeth Brand Warfield (1827-1891). Elizabeth had married Elisha Nicholas Warfield (1823-1903), son of one of the founders of the Lexington Jockey Club who was known as the father of the Kentucky Turf thus uniting two of Kentuckys prominent families. Lot 184 and 185 have descended seven generations in the original family. C Estate of Eleanor Johnson $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
185 American Silver Monteith George W. Stewart, Lexington, Kentucky, circa 1845 Chased allover with flowers, thistles and foliage in figural scenes, on a pedestal foot, with removable scalloped crown. Diameter 10 inches, approximately 39 ounces. The pair to this monteith, also by Stewart, was sold Sothebys, New York, October 28, 2004, lot 607. George Stewart opened his business in Lexington, Kentucky in May 1843 after training in New York City. By 1852 he had sold the shop to his apprentice Thomas Calvert and Stewart went on to serve with the 53rd Kentucky Volunteer Mounted Infantry for the Union during the Civil War. This monteith was presented to William Moses Brand (1803-1845) by his mother Eliza Haigh Brand (1782-1849). The Brands were a prominent family in early Kentucky, and the thistles decorating this piece refer to their Scottish birth. She was the wife of John Brand who had made his fortune in hemp bagging (see lot 184 for a ewer owned by John Brand). Lot 184 and 185 have descended seven generations in the original family. C Estate of Eleanor Johnson $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
186 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Soup Tureen and Cover 1854-1870 Of oval form, the cover with a ring handle, the foot and rim with Greek Key border, on a pedestal foot. Length over handles 16 inches, total approximately 64 ounces. $2,500-3,500
187 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Wave Edge Pattern Centerpiece Bowl 1875-1891 Of circular form, on a conforming foot, with applied wave rim. Diameter 12 inches, approximately 27 ounces. $600-800
188 Pair of Gorham Sterling Silver Platters 1895 and 1894 Each of shaped oval form, with a gadrooned border. Length 18 1/2 inches, total approximately 116 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $1,200-1,800
189 Pair of Gorham Sterling Silver Chop Dishes en Suite with the Preceding 1909 Each of shaped oval form, with a gadrooned border. Diameter 13 3/4 inches, total approximately 83 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $800-1,200
190 Gorham Sterling Silver Fish Platter en Suite with the Preceding 1895 Of shaped oval form, with a gadrooned border. Length 24 inches, approximately 73 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $700-1,000
191 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl 1875-1891 Of circular form, with applied floral and foliate band to rim, the body with leaves and floral wreaths, on four paw feet. Diameter 9 1/2 inches, approximately 30 ounces. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
192 Group of American Sterling Silver Floral Repouss Decorated Table Articles Including five pieces marked S. Kirk & Son; comprising three bowls; two sugar bowls; cream jug; and a waiter. Diameter of largest bowl 9 1/2 inches, total approximately 60 ounces. $700-900
193 Dominick & Haff Sterling Silver Two-Handled Tray 1885 Of rectangular form, with a gadrooned border. Length over handles 32 inches, approximately 212 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $2,000-4,000
194 An Unusual S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Equestrian Theme Pitcher 1880-1890 Of baluster form, chased with an image of a horse and rider, the handle formed as a riding crop and spurs. Height 13 1/4 inches, approximately 41 ounces. C Property of a New York Estate $2,500-3,500 See Illustration
195 Pair of Unusual American Sterling Silver Covered Entre Dishes William H. Saxton, New London, Connecticut, circa 1895 Each of oval form, the cover and body completely chased with flowers and butterflies in relief on a stippled ground, the removable finials with rusticated branches forming the monogram. Length 11 1/4 inches, total approximately 97 ounces. C Property of a Connecticut Collector $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
William Moses Brand
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196 Whiting Sterling Silver and Mixed Metal Bowl Circa 1880 Of circular form, the body applied with a bird and fruit on a hammered ground, on a pedestal foot. Diameter 7 inches, approximately 14 ounces. $600-800
197 Gorham Sterling Silver and Mixed Metal Cream Jug 1882 Of baluster form, with applied bird, butterfly and branch on a hammered ground, on a ring foot. Height 3 1/8 inches. $400-600
198 Tiffany & Co. Aesthetic Movement Sterling Silver Bamboo with Fern Pattern Tea Service 1870-75 Comprising a teapot, two-handled covered sugar bowl and a cream jug, each flattened body decorated on either side with bamboo rods and wirework depicting pendant ferns. Height of teapot 5 1/8 inches, total approximately 34 ounces, all in. cf: Tiffany Silver, Charles H. Carpenter Jr. with Mary Grace Carpenter, fig. 257, p. 188, for an illustration of Tiffany & Co.s working drawing, no. 69, for a mounting design for a vase with this decoration dated December 6, 1873. A teapot of this pattern is in the collection of the New York Historical Society. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
199 Frank W. Smith Sterling Silver Newport Shell Pattern Partial Flatware Service Comprising nineteen dinner forks, eleven luncheon forks, twelve fish forks, ten dessert spoons, eleven teaspoons, eight demitasse spoons, three tablespoons, three egg spoons, twenty dinner knives, twelve luncheon knives, twelve fish knives, four butter knives, three serving spoons, gravy ladle, fish slice and butter pick. Total approximately 174 ounces, weighable. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $1,500-2,500
200 Set of Six Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Blackberry Pattern Strawberry Forks; Together with a Tiffany & Co. Olympian Pattern Pie Server and Pair of Asparagus Tongs. Total approximately 22 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $700-1,000
201 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Loving Cup 1891-1902 The body with applied band of shells and scrolls, with tied branches centering portrait medallions and dated 1897/1898, with three loop handles. Height 7 1/4 inches, approximately 29 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
202 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver English King Pattern Partial Flatware Service Comprising ten dinner forks, ten luncheon forks, six salad forks, ten tablespoons, fourteen dessert spoons, fourteen teaspoons, four iced tea spoons, twelve luncheon knives, ten breakfast knives and a sauce ladle; Together with a Set of Twelve Steiff Sterling Silver Repouss Pattern Teaspoons. Total approximately 157 ounces, weighable. C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration of Part
202A Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Windham Pattern Flatware Service Comprising twelve dinner forks, twelve lunch forks, twelve salad forks, twelve cocktail forks, twelve ice cream forks, twelve dinner knives, twelve lunch knives, twelve butter knives, twelve soup spoons, twelve bouillon spoons, twelve fruit spoons, eight iced tea spoons, twelve teaspoons, gravy ladle, sauce ladle, cake server, three serving spoons, sugar tongs; Together with a Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Faneuil Pattern Serving Spoon and Pie Server and a Continental Silver Serving Spoon.Total approximately 214 ounces, weighable. C $6,000-8,000 203 Gorham Martel Sterling Silver Loving Cup Circa 1905 The shaped cylindrical body with three loop handles, chased with grapevines and clusters on a hammered surface, on a wood base with a presentation plaque inscribed To our Superintendent John D. Slayback from the Officers and Teachers associated with him in The Washington Square M.E. Sunday School From 1869 to 1907. Height of cup 9 1/2 inches, approximately 74 ounces, weighable. This rare Martel silver loving cup was presented on May 9, 1907 to John D. Slayback (1838-1924) by the Washington Square Methodist Episcopal Church for almost 40 years of service. A successful investment banker and stock broker on Wall Street, Slayback was also a great leader and patron of the church. An article written at the time quotes a friend as saying, he (Slayback) depresses stocks and booms religion. The Washington Square M.E. Church had a long history of charitable works and social missions. In 2004, it merged with two other neighborhood churches to form the Church of the Village. C $5,000-7,000 See Illustration
John D. Slayback
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204 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl 1907-1938 Of circular form, the flat cavetto with presentation inscription and applied bead and leaf tip border, on a ring foot. Diameter 15 inches, approximately 70 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $1,000-1,500
205 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Cocktail Service 1907-1938 Comprising twelve goblets and a rectangular two-handled tray. Height of goblets 4 5/8 inches, length of tray 24 inches, total approximately 115 ounces. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $2,000-3,000
206 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Hamilton Engraved Pattern Tea and Coffee Service 1907-1938 Comprising a teapot, coffee pot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl, kettle-on-stand and two-handle tray. Height of kettle-on-stand 12 1/2 inches, length over handles of tray 26 1/4 inches, total approximately 262 ounces. C $6,000-9,000 See Illustration
207 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Faneuil Pattern Flatware Service Comprising eleven dinner forks, eleven luncheon forks, twenty-two salad forks, twelve cocktail forks, twenty-four dessert spoons, twenty-four teaspoons, twelve bouillon spoons, ten demitasse spoons, twelve dinner knives, twelve luncheon knives, twelve fish knives, twelve steak knives, ten butter knives, four serving spoons, berry spoon, two-piece carving set, gravy ladle, sauce ladle, pair of sugar tongs and a lemon fork. Total approximately 217 ounces, weighable. C The James P. and Joan M. Warburg Collection $3,000-5,000 See Illustration of Part
208 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Platter 20th Century Of rectangular form, with a shell and gadrooned border. Length of tray 18 inches, approximately 56 ounces. C $1,000-1,500 209 American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service Comprising a teapot, coffee pot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and a kettle-on-stand, each of globular form, with a stepped domed cover. Height of coffee pot 9 1/2 inches; Together with a Regency Style Silver Plated Two-Handled Tray. Length 29 inches, total approximately 162 ounces weighable, all in. C $2,000-3,000
210 Whiting Sterling Silver Punch Service Circa 1910 Comprising a two-handled punch bowl and nine cups, each of urn form, the rim with a band of fluting alternating rosettes, on a square pedestal foot. Length of punch bowl 21 inches, total approximately 164 ounces. A similar punch bowl (but without the cups) was sold Sothebys, New York May 19, 2005 lot 53 for $9,600. C Estate of a New York Lady $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
211 Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service and Tray 20th Century Comprising a teapot, coffee pot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and a two-handled tray, each tapering square body with canted corners, the covers with urn-form finial. Height of coffee pot 7 1/2 inches, length of tray 25 inches, total approximately 185 ounces. C $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
212 Reed & Barton Silver-Gilt Francis I Pattern Flatware Service Comprising twelve dinner forks, twelve luncheon forks, twelve salad forks, twelve cocktail forks, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, twelve iced tea spoons, twenty-four dinner knives, twelve butter knives, two pairs of large salad servers, two serving forks, pierced serving spoon, soup ladle, sauce ladle, two-piece carving set, pie server and twelve salt spoons. Total approximately 195 ounces, weighable. C Property of a Connecticut Collector $4,000-6,000 See Illustration of Part
213 Set of Twelve Tiffany & Co. Silver-Gilt Rose-Form Place Card Holders Length 2 3/4 inches, total approximately 21 ounces, weighable; Together with a Set of Twelve Webster Silver-Gilt Mounted Glass Coasters. Diameter 3 inches. C Property of a Connecticut Collector
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Property of a New York City Private Collector 214 Pair of Continental Neoclassical Porcelain Campaniform Vases as Lamps Height 12 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $200-300
215 Group of Brass Fireplace Equipment 19th/20th Century Comprising pair of andirons, each with double ovoid finials, length 23 inches; serpentine fender, length 60 inches; shovel; tongs; and covered kindling bin, on paw feet. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
216 Federal Style Inlaid Mahogany, Parcel Gilt and glomis Pier Mirror Height 62 inches, width 22 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
216A Pair of Chippendale Mahogany Parcel Gilt Mirrors Circa 1775 The scrolled pediment centering a phoenix, the rectangular plate within a frame with square outset upper corners and a shaped apron, pendant foliage, fruit and flowers at the sides. Height 57 1/2 inches, width 29 3/4 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $6,000-9,000 See Illustration
217 Federal Mahogany Work Table New York, early 19th century The case with rounded outset spiral carved corners, two cockbeaded drawers, on a lyre support with brass strings and four molded and leaf carved legs ending in carved paw feet on casters. Height 30 1/4 inches, width 23 inches, depth 18 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
218 Federal Mahogany Drop-Leaf Work Table Possibly Boston, early 19th century The top with a reeded edge and D-shaped leaves, above two cockbeaded drawers, the lower drawer partitioned, over a pull-out cloth basket, on spiral-turned legs with casters. Height 29 inches, width 18 1/2 inches, depth 18 inches. Provenance: Ginsburg & Levy, New York C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
219 George III Style Gilt-Metal Mounted Hanging Lantern With bird finial. Height 29 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $200-400
220 Pair of Federal Style Upholstered Mahogany Bergres Height 34 inches, width 25 1/2 inches, depth 20 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $500-700
221 Classical Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Chest of Drawers New York, second quarter of the 19th century The marble top above a frieze drawer and three setback long drawers flanked by freestanding columns, raised on paw feet. Height 39 inches, width 51 1/4 inches, depth 26 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,500-2,000 See Illustration
222 Campaign Style Upholstered Iron Settee With suede cushions. Height 38 inches, width 6 feet 3 inches, depth 21 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $500-700
223 Classical Giltwood and glomis Mirror 19th Century Height 32 inches, width 15 3/4 inches; Together with a Classical Painted and glomis Mirror. 19th Century. Height 29 1/2 inches, width 13 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
224 Group of Brass Fireplace Equipment 19th/20th Century Comprising a pair of Federal style brass andirons, each with double urn finials, height 21 1/2 inches; fender including two removable tool rests, length 47 3/4 inches; and a pair of andirons, each with faceted ovoid finial, height 18 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
225 Gilt and Patinated-Bronze Sinumbra Lamp Hooper, Boston, 19th century With cut and frosted glass shade. Height 26 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $500-700 See Illustration
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226 Federal Mahogany Work Table 19th Century With two drawers, the top drawer partitioned, flanked by outset fluted stiles over reeded supports and a concave shelf stretcher, all on turned legs with casters. Height 30 1/2 inches, width 20 1/2 inches, depth 16 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $300-500
227 Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Covered Jardinieres 19th Century Each of square flared form, with gilt foliate handles. Height 9 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
228 Federal Mahogany Pembroke Table In the manner of Duncan Phyfe, New York early 19th century With double-elliptical leaves and two frieze drawers, raised on four turned and foliate carved supports over a concave foliate carved base on reeded and waterleaf carved legs with brass paw casters. Height 28 inches, width 38 3/4 inches, depth 25 1/4 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,200-1,800 See Illustration
233 Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Covered Jardinieres 19th Century Each of flared and faceted form, with rope-twist handles. Height 9 1/4 inches. Provenance: Ginsburg & Levy, New York C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600 See Illustration
234 George III Style Gilt-Metal Mounted Glass Hanging Lantern Height 31 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
235 Classical Mahogany and Parcel Gilt Pier Table New York, circa 1825 The rectangular marble top above a frieze with a molded edge, raised on columns and pilasters flanking a mirrored platform base on paw feet. Height 42 1/4 inches, width 17 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
236 Aesthetic Movement Mahogany and Brass Clothes Stand Last quarter of the 19th century Height 6 feet 5 1/2 inches, 25 1/2 inches square. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $300-500
229 Patinated-Bronze Sinumbra Lamp 19th Century With cut and frosted glass shade. Height 26 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
230 Classical Gilt-Metal Mounted Mahogany Commode New York, circa 1825 The shaped marble top above three long drawers flanked by Egyptian term figures, raised on foliate carved hairy paw feet. Height 34 1/2 inches, width 44 1/4 inches, depth 19 3/4 inches. Provenance: Bernard & S. Dean Levy, New York C Property of a New York City Private Collector $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
231 Stone and Iron Dining Table Of circular form. Height 29 3/4 inches, diameter 60 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
232 Set of Four Campaign Style Iron Armchairs Each with swans head handholds. Height 36 inches, width 19 1/2 inches, depth 16 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $600-900
237 George III Style Inlaid Mahogany Dwarf Tall Case Clock The brass dial inscribed John Thompson, London. Height 54 1/4 inches, width 10 inches, depth 7 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $500-700
238 Pair of Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Cornucopia Wall Pockets Circa 1760 Height 8 1/4 inches. Provenance: Ginsburg & Levy, New York C Property of a New York City Private Collector $200-300
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239 Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tambour Desk New England, early 19th century The prospect door and tambours enclosing small drawers and pigeonholes, above a fold-out baize lined writing surface and three long drawers, on baluster legs. Height 48 inches, width 38 1/4 inches, depth 20 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,500-2,000 See Illustration
240 Two Federal Mahogany Work Stands Early 19th century Each with a three-quarter gallery, on a reeded support with a shelf stretcher and reeded legs. Height 40 1/2 inches, width 19 3/4 inches, depth 16 inches; and height 34 1/2 inches, width 18 3/4 inches, depth 16 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $800-1,200
241 Federal Mahogany Tester Bed Early 19th century The reeded posts carved with waterleaves, swags, fluting, etc. Height 6 feet 1 5/8 inches, width 6 feet 7 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $800-1,200
242 Federal Mahogany Fire Screen Late 18th/early 19th century With an oval panel and demilune hinged shelf, the turned standard on a tripod base with claw and ball feet. Height 58 1/2 inches, width 14 1/2 inches, depth 12 inches, C Property of a New York City Private Collector $600-900
243 Assembled Pair of Federal Upholstered Mahogany Lolling Chairs Early 19th century Each with molded arms and legs joined by H-form stretchers. Heights 42 and 43 1/2 inches, widths 26 and 25 1/2 inches, depth 22 1/2 and 23 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
244 Pair of Patinated-Metal Allegorical Figures Mounted as Lamps Height 14 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
245 Federal Mahogany and Figured Maple Drop-Leaf Table In the manner of Thomas Seymour, Boston, early 19th century With D-shaped leaves and a concave frieze with one drawer, raised on reeded turned legs with casters. Height 28 inches, width 43 inches, depth 21 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
246 Federal Inlaid Mahogany and Flame Birch Serpentine Chest of Drawers North Shore, Massachusetts or Portsmouth, New Hampshire, early 19th century The top with rounded outset corners above four drawers flanked by reeded stiles, the serpentine apron with central drop panel, on baluster legs. Height 38 1/2 inches, width 44 inches, depth 23 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $5,000-8,000 See Illustration
247 Classical Mahogany Double Wash Stand Circa 1825 With spiral carved and reeded supports, two drawers, on conforming legs. Height 42 inches, width 36 inches, depth 16 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
248 Pair of Polished Metal Sunburst Armchairs Manner of Franois Carre Height 37 inches, 21 3/4 inches square. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $300-400
249 Two Polished Metal Bedsteads Height of larger 48 1/2 inches, width 52 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $200-400
250 Lead Fountain Depicting a young girl on a shell basin with a frog; Together with a Lead Fountain Figure. Depicting a young girl with two frogs. Heights 30 3/4 and 20 3/4 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
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251 Federal Giltwood and glomis Mirror Early 19th century Height 41 1/2 inches, width 26 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $200-300
252 George III Style Cut Glass Nine-Light Chandelier Hung with prism strands and teardrop pendants. Height 41 inches, diameter 30 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $2,000-3,000
253 Three Chinese Export Porcelain Blue Underglaze and Enamel Decorated Garniture Vases as Lamps Each with a wood cover and base. Height of tallest 13 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $400-600
254 Bronze Figure of a Laborer Inscribed Schmidt-Felling. Height of bronze 16 3/4 inches, height overall 21 inches; Together With a Walnut Square Pedestal. Height 36 1/2 inches. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $300-500
255 Set of Six Federal Mahogany Lyre Back Side Chairs New York, Early 19th century Height 32 1/2 inches, width 18 1/4 inches, depth 16 1/2 inches. Provenance: Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc. New York. C Property of a New York City Private Collector $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
Furniture & Decorative Arts 256 Appliqued Cotton Album Quilt Top 19th Century With twenty-five squares of wreaths, cornucopiae, flowers, lyres, etc. 106 Inches x 116 inches. C $500-800 See Illustration
257 American Mahogany Stained Step-Back Cupboard 19th Century The molded cornice above two glazed doors and a painted interior, the lower section with three frieze drawers over two paneled doors, raised on turned feet. Height 7 feet 1 1/2 inches, width 55 inches, depth 19 1/2 inches. C $1,000-1,500 See Illustration
258 Black Painted Windsor Sack-Back Armchair Early 19th century; Together with Black Painted Windsor Side Chair; And a Maple Oval Tavern Table. Height of armchair 41 1/2 inches, width 20 inches, depth 13 1/2 inches; height of side chair 35 3/4 inches, width 14 1/2 inches, depth 14 inches; height of table 23 1/2 inches, width 31 inches, depth 24 1/2 inches. C $600-900
259 Pair of Windsor Side Chairs 18th/19th Century Each with serpentine crest, turned stiles and nine-spindle back. Height 37 1/2 inches, width 20 1/2 inches, depth 17 inches. C $600-900
260 English William and Mary Oak Drop-Leaf Gate-Leg Table 18th Century With D-shaped leaves, raised on baluster legs. Height 26 1/2 inches, width 32 inches, depth 15 1/2 inches. C $250-350
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261A Queen Anne Cherry Tall Case Clock Cornelius Miller, New Jersey, circa 1760 The hood with straight molded cornice above an arched door and glazed sides, gilt and silverd dial with subsidiary seconds dial, the case with arched door, the paneled base on bracket feet. Height 7 feet 3 inches, width 20 inches, depth 9 1/4 inches. C $3,000-4,000 See Illustration
262 Group of Chinese Export Porcelain Articles Early 19th century Comprising a baluster-form jug, height 9 1/2 inches; brown Fitzhugh sauce tureen; pair of brown Fitzhugh cups and saucers and an orange Fitzhugh drum-form teapot. Provenance: Elinor Gordon, Villanova, PA C $400-600
263 Pilgrim Century Style Walnut Table Top Cabinet The canted lid opening to a well, above a false drawer and drop-down panel enclosing five small drawers, on bracket feet. Height 15 inches, width 14 inches, depth 9 1/2 inches. C $400-600 See Illustration
264 Queen Anne Walnut Slant Front Desk 18th Century The interior with pigeonholes, stepped concave drawers and a covered well, the case with two short and two long drawers, raised on bun feet. Height 41 inches, width 38 inches, depth 21 inches. C $500-700
265 Mahogany and glomis Pillar and Scroll Clock 19th Century Height 29 1/2 inches, width 17 1/4 inches, depth 4 1/2 inches. C $200-400
266 George III Mahogany Drop-Leaf Dining Table 18th/19th Century The satinwood-banded top with D-shape leaves, above a frieze drawer, all raised on square tapering legs with casters. Height 28 1/2 inches, width 20 1/2 inches, width extended 67 inches, depth 43 inches. C $1,200-1,800
267 Two Federal Mahogany Work Tables Early 19th century Comprising a drop-leaf example with a writing drawer above a drawer and pull-out cloth basket, all on spiral-turned legs; and a single-drawer example raised on reeded legs. Height 28 1/2 inches, width 19 inches, depth 18 inches and height 28 inches, width 22 inches, depth 14 1/2 inches, respectively. C Estate of a New York Lady $600-800
268 Classical Mahogany Drinks Cabinet Probably Baltimore, second quarter of the 19th century The rectangular marble top above a molded frieze drawer and pair of fan-molded doors, flanked by scrolled stiles, raised on inscrolled front feet. Height 39 inches, width 38 1/2 inches, depth 18 inches. C $800-1,200
269 Classical Ebonized and Gilt Stenciled Gilt-Metal Mounted Fall-Front Scretaire The molded cornice above an arched frieze, the fall-front opening to an interior with mirrors and small drawers, over a pair of paneled doors, all flanked by freestanding columns on tapering feet. Height 6 feet 2 inches, width 48 1/2 inches, depth 23 1/2 inches. C $800-1,200
270 Classical Mahogany Pier Table Second quarter of the 19th century The rectangular marble top above an arcaded pendentive frieze, raised on Doric columns and conforming engaged columns flanking a mirror plate, all on a concave platform base. Height 34 1/2 inches, width 38 1/4 inches, depth 17 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
271 American Gothic Revival Metal and Etched and Stained Glass Hall Lantern 19th Century Height 11 1/2 inches. C $200-300
272 American Gothic Revival Mahogany Pedestal Drinks Cabinet The single door with ogival painted anchor. Height 34 1/2 inches, width 30 1/2 inches, depth 17 1/2 inches. C $300-500
273 Gothic Revival Upholstered Mahogany Open Armchair Possibly Alexander Roux, mid 19th century The tracery and quatrefoil crest flanked by spiral-turned stiles, the arms on bobbin-turned supports above turned legs ending in casters. Height 51 1/2 inches, width 23 3/4 inches, depth 22 1/2 inches. C $1,500-2,500 See Illustration
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274 American Gothic Revival Oak Library Armchair Attributed to John and Joseph W. Meeks, New York, circa 1850 The pointed arch back with a rosette and quatrefoils, padded arms and seat, on spiral turned legs. Height 59 inches. A related walnut example is illustrated in The Gothic Revival Style in America, 1830-1870, Howe and Warren, 1976, P. 21, fig. 26 A related mahogany example is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art C $3,000-5,000 See Illustration
275 Pair of Canton Blue and White Porcelain Oval Two-Handled Covered Tureens and Stands 19th Century Height of tureen 10 3/4 inches, width over handles 13 3/4 inches. C Estate of Yousseff Rizkallah $700-1,000 See Illustration
276 Group of Five Canton Blue and White Porcelain Trays and Platters 19th Century Length of largest 20 inches. C Estate of Harry Oppenheimer $600-800
277 Federal Style Inlaid Mahogany Fold-Over Card Table The shaped top above a conforming tablet frieze, raised on reeded legs. Height 30 inches, width 36 inches, depth 18 inches. C $400-600
278 Pair of George III Style Inlaid Mahogany Knife Boxes 19th/20th Century Height 15 1/4 inches. C $1,200-2,000
279 George III Mahogany Chest of Drawers With two short and three long drawers, raised on bracket feet. Height 40 1/2 inches, width 42 1/2 inches, depth 19 1/2 inches. C $500-800
280 Three Southwest Native American Pottery Vessels Diameter of largest 10 1/4 inches. C $400-600
281 Thomas Molesworth Carved and Painted Headboard and Footboard en Suite Carved with pitchfork and saddle motifs. Height of headboard 36 inches, width 39 inches. Provenance: Christies, New York, December 1, 2006, lot 20 C $600-900
282 Federal Maple Corner Cupboard 19th Century The scrolled pediment with three turned finials and an arched glazed door flanked by reeded pilasters, the lower section with panelled doors, raised on bracket feet. Height 7 feet 10 inches, width 48 inches, depth 26 inches. C $800-1,200
283 Two Pseudo Tobacco Leaf Pattern Chinese Export Porcelain Platters Early 19th century Each of shaped oblong form. Lengths 10 1/4 and 11 1/2 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $1,500-2,000 See Illustration
284 Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Pseudo Tobacco Leaf Pattern Chamfered Platters Early 19th century Length 13 1/8 inches. C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection $2,000-3,000 See Illustration
285 Pair of George III Mahogany Consoles Raised on molded tapering bracketed legs. Height 27 3/4 inches, width 42 inches, depth 20 inches. C $800-1,200
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286 Tiffany & Co. Walnut Chiming Tall Case Clock Early 20th century The hood with a carved cornice above an arched glazed door and corner pilasters, the silvered and gilt face with moon phase and subsidiary seconds dial, the case carved with foliate vine borders, paneled base. Height 7 feet 10 3/4 inches, width 23 3/4 inches, depth 17 1/4 inches. Provenance: Reputedly owned by John C. Moore, President of Tiffany & Co. (1907-38) C $4,000-6,000 See Illustration
287 Federal Mahogany and Figured Maple Bow-Front Chest of Drawers New England, early 19th century With four graduated banded drawers, and a shaped apron, raised on splayed bracket feet. Height 39 1/2 inches, width 41 1/2 inches, depth 23 inches. $800-1,200
288 Classical Mahogany Work Table Early 19th century With two drawers, raised on reeded legs. Height 30 inches, width 21 1/2 inches, depth 17 1/2 inches. C $200-300
Carpets & Rugs 289 Mahal Carpet Central Persia, late 19th century The buff field with polychrome floral vinery overall is within a madder border. Approximately 12 feet 6 inches x 10 feet. Overall even wear, re-piled areas, tinted areas. C $1,000-2,000
290 Bidjar Carpet North Persia, first quarter of the 20th century The central polychrome pendant medallion on the midnight blue field is within a russet palmette and boteh border. Approximately 21 feet 11 inches x 12 feet 11 inches. Thin areas in center, over-tinting, reselvedged, small crude repairs. C $3,000-5,000
291 Kazak Rug Southwest Caucasus, circa 1900 The jade field with three and one-half geometric medallions is within an ivory crab border. Approximately 7 feet 1 inch x 4 feet 2 inches. Areas of wear. C $500-700
292 Esari Beshir Gallery Carpet West Turkestan, last quarter of the 19th century The central polychrome octagonal medallion amongst stylized flora on the midnight blue field is within three madder rosette borders. Approximately 15 feet 6 inches x 7 feet 2 inches. Areas of wear, foldwear, stain, dogeared corners, small repairs. C Property of a New York Estate $3,000-5,000
293 Indo-Oushak Carpet India, second quarter of the 20th century The madder field with stylized floral vinery overall is within a buff palmette and meandering vine border. Approximately 11 feet 9 inches x 9 feet 2 inches. Chemically washed, thin areas, frayed corners, rewrapped selvedges. C $1,000-2,000
294 Karabagh Runner Southwest Caucasus, last quarter of the 19th century Three geometric medallions flanked by animals are on a buff border. Approximately 8 feet 5 inches x 3 feet 10 inches. Chemically washed, areas of wear and restoration. C $700-900
295 Mahal Carpet Central Persia, last quarter of the 19th century The madder field with angular polychrome floral vinery overall is within a sky blue rosette border. Approximately 14 feet 4 inches x 8 feet 8 inches. Reduced in width, areas of wear, partial ends and sides, reselvedged. C $2,000-3,000
296 Heriz Carpet Northwest Persia, first quarter of the 20th century The madder field with ascending polychrome floral vinery overall is within an indigo rosette and serrated leaf border. Approximately 12 feet 8 inches x 9 feet. Losses to ends, areas of wear, stain. C $1,500-2,500
297 Kazak Rug Southwest Caucasus, late 19th century The field consisting of a series of polychrome diagonal stripes is within an ivory serrated leaf and calyx border. Approximately 7 feet x 3 feet 10 inches. Even wear. C $1,000-2,000
298 Northwest Persian Gallery Carpet Northwest Persia, early 20th century Seven diamond sawtooth medallions on the midnight blue field are within an indigo meandering vine border. Approximately 14 feet 7 inches x 5 feet 10 inches. Partial ends and sides, reselvedged, added machine fringes, restorations. C $800-1,200
299 Heriz Carpet Northwest Persia, last quarter of the 19th century The central polychrome stepped medallion on the madder field flanked by ivory spandrels is within an indigo rosette border. Approximately 19 feet 8 inches x 13 feet 3 inches. Partial end borders, re-piled areas, minor tinting, restored area to one corner, small dry area. C $6,000-9,000
300 Heriz Runner Northwest Persia, second quarter of the 20th century The rust field with four polychrome geometric medallions is within a camel meandering vine border. Approximately 14 feet 3 inches x 3 feet 3 inches. Chemically washed. C $1,000-2,000
301 Tabriz Carpet Northwest Persia, second quarter of the 20th century The ivory field with angular floral vinery overall is within a slate gray rosette border. Approximately 11 feet 7 inches x 8 feet 6 inches. Small holes one end, stains, added machine fringes, chemically washed. C $1,000-2,000
302 Agra Carpet North India, late 19th century The allover pattern of polychrome floral vinery on the madder field is within a pale saffron palmette and vine border. Approximately 17 feet 4 inches x 10 feet 2 inches. Re-piled areas. C $3,500-4,500
303 Veramin Kilim Northwest Persia, first quarter of the 20th century The allover pattern of diamond stepped medallions is within an ivory rosette border. Approximately 10 feet 2 inches x 3 feet 5 inches. Spot stains. C $600-900
304 Heriz Carpet Northwest Persia, first quarter of the 20th century The madder field with polychrome rosettes overall is within an indigo floral vinery border. Approximately 10 feet 5 inches x 7 feet 7 inches. Partial ends, thin areas. C Property from the Collection of Bennett and Judie Weinstock $1,200-1,800
305 Yomoud Carpet West Turkestan, dated 1950 The russet field with an allover pattern of Dyrnak Gul medallions is within an ivory serrated leaf border, signed. Approximately 11 feet 2 inches x 6 feet 11 inches. Small area of foldwear, stained. C $800-1,200
306 Shiraz Brocaded Kilim Southwest Persia, early 20th century Having a series of horizontal panels filled with polychrome stylized flora and geometric motifs. Approximately 13 feet 5 inches x 3 feet 10 inches. Missing perimeter, localized color bleeding, 3 inch x 5 inch patch. C $400-600
307 Heriz Carpet Northwest Persia, circa 1925 The allover polychrome harshang pattern on the ivory field is within a sky blue palmette and vine border. Approximately 10 feet x 8 feet 2 inches. C $2,000-3,000
308 Qashqai Rug Southwest Persia, mid 20th century The central hexagonal stepped medallion on the russet field flanked by indigo spandrels is within an ivory rosette and vine border. Approximately 8 feet 5 inches x 5 feet 6 inches. Small repair one corner. C $600-900
309 Karadja Runner Northwest Persia, circa 1925 The madder field with a repeat pattern of polychrome geometric medallions is within a walnut rosette and vine border. Approximately 14 feet 4 inches x 3 feet 3 inches. Minor moth damage. C $800-1,200
310 Derbend Gallery Carpet North Caucasus, first quarter of the 20th century Four St. Andrews Cross medallions on the ivory field are within a terra cotta border. Approximately 12 feet 9 inches x 5 feet 9 inches. Areas of wear, losses to ends, chemically washed. C $400-600
311 Bakshaish Carpet Northwest Persia, last quarter of the 19th century The central polychrome diamond medallion on the madder field flanked by indigo spandrels is within an ivory palmette and vine border. Approximately 17 feet 11 inches x 13 feet 8 inches. Areas of wear, stains, re-piled areas, partial ends. C $3,000-5,000
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ARTIST INDEXAmerican School 1, 11, 19, 59, 67, 71 Alexander, Esther Frances (Fanny, Francesca) 89
Babcock, William Perkins 46Barth, Richmond 113Beard, James Henry 45Bemelmans, Ludwig 117Benton, Thomas Hart 109Berthelsen, Johann 116Bicknell, Albion Harris 86Bingham, George Caleb (Attributed to) 10Blossom, Christopher 107Bricher, Alfred Thompson 54, 55Bridges, Fidelia 68Brooks, Nicolas Alden 78 Brown, William Mason 63Burns, Milton James 60Buzzell, Taylor 70
Carmiencke, Johann Hermann 16Casilear, John William 72Colman, Samuel 23Conely, William Brewster 42Cox, Kenyon 95Cropsey, Jasper Francis 17
Davies, Kenneth Southworth 2Davis, Charles Harold 103De Haven, Franklin Benjamin 40Dougherty, Parke Custis 101Dufner, Edward 99DuMond, Frank Vincent 31Durrie, George Henry 43Duveneck, Frank (Attributed to) 47
Enneking, John Joseph 87Evans, De Scott 65
Farrer, Henry 15Ferguson, Henry Augustus 93Fischer, Anton Otto 61Forster, George E. 64 Francis, John F. 9French, Daniel Chester 50
Gay, Walter 79Gorson, Aaron Harry 114Greenwood, Joseph H. 32Grupp, Charles Paul 36Grupp, Emile Albert 105Harnett, William Michael 77Hart, James McDougal 26
Harvey, George 41Hays, William Jacob 36, 69Hill, Howard L. 75Hill, John William 66 Hirsch, Joseph 115Holberton, Wakeman 74
Inman, Henry 81Inness, George 28
Jacobsen, Antonio (Manner of) 53Jarvis, John Wesley (After) 12Jefferson, Joseph 27Johnson, David 18Johnston, John 3Judson, William Lees 25
Kensett, John Frederick 13, 14Koch, John 112
Lambdin, George Cochran 73 Lever, Richard Hayley 57, 82Lewis, Edmund Darch 90Longfellow, Ernest Wadsworth 97
MacMonnies, Frederick William 98McEntee, Jervis 16Mellen, Mary Blood (Attributed to) 51Melrose, Andrew 24Meteyard, Thomas Buford 38 Moran, Edward 30Myers, Jerome 108
Newman, Henry Roderick 94
Palmer, Walter Launt 33, 34Peale, Mary Jane 62Peale, Rembrandt 6Pne du Bois, Guy 111Pierce, Charles Franklin 37Prentice, Levi Wells 20Prior, William Matthew 7
Richards, Frederick DeBourg 29Richards, William Trost 15, 56Rondel, Sr., Frederick 22
Shattuck, Aaron Draper 16Simmons, Edward Emerson 35, 58Sloane, Eric 104Sonntag, William Louis 88Sparks, Will (William F.) 92
Stella, Joseph 110Stengel, George J. 100Street, Robert 8Stubbs, William Pierce 52Sully, Thomas 4, 5 Sword, James Brade 44
Tait, Arthur Fitzwilliam 21Thompson, Alfred Wordsworth 49Tilton, John Rollin 85Tracy, John Martin 76, 84
Van Gorder, Luther Emerson 96
Walcott, Harry Mills 83Warren, Andrew W. 91Waugh, Frederick Judd 106Wenderoth, August 48Wiggins, Guy Carleton 102Wilde, John Henry 80
GEORGE WASHINGTON, Early autograph letter signed, Mount Vernon: 9 August 1759. Estimate $15,000-25,000 JOHN MONTRESOR, A Plan of the City of New-York & its Environs to Greenwich, 1766, First edition. Estimate $8,000-12,000
GEORGE CATLIN, Catlins North American Indian Portfolio, New York: James Ackerman, 1845. Estimate $100,000-200,000
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The following examples define some of the terms used in this catalogue. The reader is reminded that all of the terms and descriptions used in this catalogue as to authorship, period, culture, source or origin for any property are made and used as qualified statements and opinions only, and are subject to the Conditions of Sale and the Terms of Guarantee.
In connection with the attribution of authorship, as described in paragraph 2 of the Terms of Guarantee, the following terms are used in this catalogue, and are defined as follows:
FURNITURE AND DECORATIONS
REGENCY ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLEFirst quarter of the 19th century. This heading with the date included means that the piece is, in our best judgment, of the period indicated with no major alterations or restorations.
REGENCY ROSEWOOD SOFA TABLEThis heading without inclusion of a date indicates that in our best judgment, the piece, while basically of the period, has been substantially altered or restored and in some cases it may also indicate that the piece has been constructed from old parts.
REGENCY STYLE SOFA TABLEThe inclusion of the word style in the heading indicates that, in our opinion, the piece is an intentional copy or reproduction of an earlier work or style of works.
NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment the work is by the named artist. This is our highest category of authenticity in the present catalogue.
ATTRIBUTED TO NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment, while the work is of the period of the named artist, and on the basis of style can be ascribed to him, we cannot state with certainty that it is by him.
SCHOOL OF NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment, the work is of the period of the named artist, by a pupil or close follower of the artist, but is not by the artist.
CIRCLE OF NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment, the work is of the period of the named artist and closely related to his style.
MANNER OF NICOLAES MAES OR AFTER NICOLAES MAES OR FOLLOWER OF NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment, although the work is in the style of or a copy of a work by the named artist, it is of a later period.
SIGNED NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment, the signature, monogram, initials or other similar indicia of authorship is a recognized signature of the artist and appears in one of the six areas of the painting designated as follows: (u.l.) Upper left (l.l.) Lower left (u.r.) Upper right (l.r.) Lower right (u.c.) Upper center (l.c.) Lower center
BEARS SIGNATURE, NICOLAES MAESIn our best judgment, the signature, monogram, initials or other similar indicia of authorship is not that of the artist and may have been added at a later date.
DATEDIn our best judgment, the date indicated on the work is the date the work was executed.
DATED (FOR BRONZES)In our best judgment, the date indicated when the original model was executed. Since the exact date of the casting of a bronze sculpture is often unknown and illustrations in reference books may not specify which particular cast is discussed or illustrated, it should be pointed out that dates of execution and entries listed under Literature in the individual catalogue entries do not necessarily refer to the castings included in the sale.
NAME OF THE ARTISTSubject to the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee set forth in this catalogue, and except where stated as being after or attributed to an artist, each lot is by the artist appearing at the head of the lot, except in the case of lots containing works by more than one artist.
TITLEIf there is a generally accepted title for the print, that title is given in upper case at the beginning of the lot description. If the work has no title or the title is unknown to us, a descriptive title is given in brackets.
REFERENCESInformation from the standard catalogues of the artists works is cited when possible following the title.
MEDIUMThe mediums are described as fully as possible, although secondary techniques may not be listed.
DATEThe date given is that of the original plate, block, stone or screen. It is not necessarily the date at which the impression offered for sale was printed.
EDITIONInformation regarding the size of the edition is given when possible.
SIGNATUREOnly manuscript signatures of the artists are indicated. Signatures in the plate are not mentioned since they are considered part of the image.
QUALITY AND CONDITIONAn attempt has been made to give relevant information concerning the quality of the impression, the size of the margins and the condition of the prints when possible. These descriptions are qualified statements or opinions only, and are made subject to the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee.
The print sleeves are the property of Doyle New York and are not included in the sale.
MEASUREMENTSAs with any description in this catalogue, measurements are qualified statements or opinions and are subject to the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee. Doyle New York shall not be liable for any mistakes in measurements. Measurements have been made to the best of our ability, and are given in inches to the nearest 1/4 inch and millimeters, height before width. Unless otherwise indicated, etchings and engravings are measured by the dimensions of the plate marks.Woodcuts, lithographs and silkscreens are measured by the dimensions of the images.
All pictures are framed unless otherwise noted in this catalogue.
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CONDITIONS OF SALE1. BINDING TERMSThe lots listed in this catalogue will be offered by Doyle New York as owner or as agent for consignor subject to the following terms and conditions. Where Doyle is agent, the contract is between seller and buyer. The following Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee constitute the entire agreement with the purchaser relative to the property listed in this catalogue. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound by these terms:
2. AS ISAll lots are sold AS IS and without recourse and neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any warranties or representations, express or implied, with respect to such lots, except for the limited warranties expressly stated in the Terms of Guarantee section of this catalogue. Prospective buyers are strongly advised to examine personally any property in which they are interested, before the auction takes place, to determine its condition, size, and whether or not it has been repaired or restored.
Except as otherwise expressly and specifically provided in the Terms of Guarantee, neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any express or implied warranty or representation of any kind or nature with respect to merchantability, fitness for purpose, correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, material, genuineness, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, exhibitions, literature or historical significance of any lot sold. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging; nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of others. References in the catalogue entry or the condition report to damage or restoration are for guidance only and should be evaluated by personal inspection by the bidder or a knowledgeable representative.
The Terms of Guarantee are controlling, and no statement, whether written or oral, and whether made in this catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, the remarks of an auctioneer, or otherwise, shall be deemed to create any warranty, representation or assumption of liability. All statements by Doyle New York in the catalogue entry for the property or in the condition report, or made orally or in writing elsewhere, are statements of opinion and are not to be relied on as statements of fact. Except as stated in the Terms of Guarantee, neither Doyle New York nor the seller is responsible in any way for errors or omissions in the catalogue or any supplemental material. Buyers are responsible for satisfying themselves concerning the condition of the property and the matters referred to in the catalogue entry.
Doyle New York and its consignor make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Doyle New York expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in this catalogue.
The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Doyle New York relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalogue, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of Doyle New York and shall not be used by the buyer, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent.
3. WITHDRAWALDoyle New York reserves the right to withdraw any lot at any time prior to the commencement of bidding for such lot and shall have no liability whatsoever for such withdrawal.
4. RESERVESIf the auctioneer decides that any opening bid is below the value of the lot offered, the auctioneer may reject that bid and withdraw the lot from sale; and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, he may reject that advance.
Unless otherwise indicated, all lots are offered subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. No reserve will exceed the low estimate of the lot. Reserves are agreed upon with the consignor or, in the absence thereof, in the absolute discretion of Doyle New York.
Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the catalogue.
Lots marked C preceding the estimate are consigned and reserved. Those marked are reserved property in which Doyle New York has an interest.
Doyle New York on occasion makes loans or advances funds to consignors.
The auctioneer may implement the reserve by opening bidding on any lot by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer will not specifically identify bids placed on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may further bid on behalf of the seller, up to the amount of the reserve, by placing successive or consecutive bids for a lot or by placing bids in response to other bidders. Unless otherwise noted in the catalogue or by an announcement at the auction, Doyle New York acts as agent on behalf of the seller and does not permit the seller to bid on his or her own property.
5. ESTIMATESEach lot in the catalogue is given a low and high estimate representing that range which, in the opinion of Doyle New York, represents a fair and probable auction value. When possible, the estimate is based on previous auction records of comparable property, condition, rarity, quality and provenances. The estimates are often determined several months before a sale and are therefore subject to change upon further research of the property, or to reflect market conditions or currency fluctuations. Estimates are subject to revision. Actual prices realized for items can fall below or above this range. An estimate of the selling price should not be relied on as a statement that this is the price at which the item will sell or its value for any other purpose. Estimates do not include the buyers premium. Where Estimate on Request appears, please contact the Specialist Department for further information.
6. BIDDINGDoyle New York reserves the right, at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any auction and to reject any bid, as well as the right to refuse to acknowledge any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. The auctioneer has the right at his absolute and sole discretion to advance the bidding in such a manner as he may decide, to withdraw or divide any lot, and to combine any two or more lots. In the event of error or dispute between bidders, or in the event of doubt on our part as to the validity of any bid, whether during or after the sale, the auctioneer has final discretion to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding, to cancel the sale, or to reoffer and resell the lot in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Doyle New York sale record shall be conclusive.
7. PURCHASERS RESPONSIBILITYTitle passes upon the fall of the auctioneers hammer to the highest acknowledged bidder, subject to the conditions of sale set forth herein. Such bidder there upon assumes full risk and responsibility there for (including, without limitation, liability for or damage to frames and glass covering prints, paintings or other works). Although in our discretion we will execute orders or absentee bids or accept telephone bids as a convenience to clients who are not present at auctions, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions in connection therewith.
When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the purchase price as follows, unless it has been explicitly agreed in writing with Doyle New York before the commencement of the sale that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Doyle New York, and that Doyle New York will look only to the principal for payment:
The total purchase price to be paid by purchaser is the amount of the successful bid price plus a premium of 25% on the first $250,000 of the hammer price, 20% on the portion of the hammer price from $250,001 through $3,000,000, and 12% on that portion of the hammer price exceeding $3,000,000. Payment of each lot shall be made as follows: An additional fee will be charged on any purchase made through live online bidding. The provider of our live online bidding service (Invaluable) charges a fee of five percent (5%) on the final hammer price of successful bids placed on their web site (Invaluable.com) and four percent (4%) of the final hammer price of successful bids using BidLive! on our web site (Doyle.com). The purchaser is responsible for paying 100% of this fee, the amount of which is determined by which site is used for their purchases.
A cash deposit of not less than 25% of the purchase price (unless the whole purchase price is required at the sole discretion of Doyle New York) will be paid on the day of the auction. Deposits shall apply to all purchases made at this sale and not to any one particular lot.
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CONDITIONS OF SALE CONTINUED
Prior to the sale, the buyer must provide us with his or her name and permanent address and, if so requested, details of the bank from which payment will be made. The balance of the purchase price, if any, will be paid not later than 5 pm one (1) day following the day of the auction. Such payment shall be made in U.S. dollars by certified or cashier check drawn on a U.S. bank unless other arrangements are made with Doyle New York. The buyer will not acquire title to the lot until we have received all amounts due to us from the buyer in good cleared funds even in circumstances where we have released the lot to the buyer. Doyle New York reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Doyle New York a handling charge of $35 for any check dishonored by the drawee.
At some auctions there may be a video or digital screen. Errors may occur in its operation and in the quality of the image, and Doyle New York does not accept liability for such errors.
Any objects offered at this auction which contain materials from a species that is endangered or protected, including, but not limited to, ivory, coral and tortoiseshell, may require a license or certificate prior to exportation from the United States or an individual state and additional certificates or licenses for importation into another state or country. Some materials may not be exported, imported into other states or countries or resold. It is the purchasers responsibility to be aware of applicable laws and regulations and to obtain any required export or import licenses or certificates and any other required documentation. Further, the purchaser shall be responsible for on-time payment of the full purchase price of the lot, even if the obtaining of any such license is denied or delayed. Doyle assumes no liability for failing to identify materials from endangered or protected species or for incorrectly identifying such materials. 8. REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO DOYLE NEW YORKIn addition to the other remedies available to us by law, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of 1 1/2% per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. All property must be removed from our premises by the purchaser at their expense not later than (2) business days following its sale and, if it is not removed, Doyle New York reserves the right to charge a minimum storage fee of $5 per lot per day or to deliver the property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchasers expense, to be released only after payment in full of all removal, storage, handling, insurance and any other costs incurred, together with payment of all other amounts due to us. Doyle New York shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than (2) days following the sale.
If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with by the purchaser, in addition to other remedies available to us and the consignor by law, including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, including all fees, charges and expenses more fully set forth herein, we shall be entitled in our absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: a) To charge interest at such rate as we shallreasonably select;
b) To hold the defaulting buyer liable for the total amount due and to commence legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law;
c) Cancel the sale of that, or any other lot or lots sold to the defaulting purchaser at the same or any other auction, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser; d) Resell the property whether at private sale or public auction without reserve, and the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, cost, including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages;
e) To set off the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by the buyer against any amounts which we may owe the buyer in any other transactions;
f) Where several amounts are owed by the buyer to us, in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction, whether or not the buyer so directs;
g) To reject at any future auction any bids made by or on behalf of the buyer or to require a deposit from the buyer before accepting any bids;
h) To take such other actions as we deem necessary or appropriate; or
i) To effect any combination thereof.
In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted and assigned to us a continuing security interest of first priority in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchasers obligations to us, any property or money of or owing to such purchaser in our possession. We shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the New York Uniform Commercial Code with respect to such property and we may apply against such obligations all monies held or received by us for the account of, or due from us, to such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashiers checks, we have confirmed their authenticity. In the event the purchaser fails to pay any or all of the total purchaser price for any lot and Doyle New York nonetheless elects to pay the consignor any portion of the sale proceeds, the purchaser acknowledges that Doyle New York shall have all of the rights of the consignor to pursue the purchaser for any amounts paid to the consignor, whether at law, in equity, or under these Conditions of Sale.
9. LIMITED LIABILITYIf for any cause a purchased lot cannot be delivered in as good condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen or mis-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Doyle New York shall not be liable for any amount in excess of that paid by the purchaser. We are not responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers of purchased lots, whether or not recommended by us. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser and Doyle New York will have no liability for any loss or damage to such items. 10. DOYLE NEW YORK EMPLOYEESEmployees of Doyle New York are not prohibited from bidding on property. In the course of their employment it is possible that they may have access to information not available to the public.
11. WAIVER OF CONDITIONSAny and all of these conditions may be waived or modified in the sole discretion of Doyle New York. The Conditions of Sale, Terms of Guarantee, the glossary, if any, and all other contents of this catalogue are subject to amendment by us by oral announcements made during the sale. Salesroom notices amend the catalogue description of a lot after our catalogue has gone to press. They are posted in the viewing galleries and salesroom or are announced by the auctioneer. Please take note of them.
12. All measurements and weight are approximate. Doyle New York is not responsible for damage of glass covering paintings, drawings, other works or frames and lamp shades regardless of cause.
13. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the balance of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.
14. The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee, as well as the purchasers and our respective rights and obligations hereunder, the conduct of the auction and any matters connected with any of the foregoing, shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the State of New York. By bidding at auction, whether present in person or by agent, by written bid, telephone or other means, the buyer shall be deemed to have submitted, for the benefit of Doyle New York, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal or state courts located in the state and county of New York and waives any objection to the jurisdiction and venue of any such court.
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L O S A N G E L E S
D I A M O N D B A R C O U N T R Y
TERMS OF GUARANTEE
Doyle New York warrants the authenticity of authorship of each lot contained in this catalogue solely and expressly subject to the terms and conditions set forth below.
1. DEFINITION OF AUTHORSHIPAuthorship is defined as the artist, artisan, workshop, designer, school, period, culture, or source of origin, as applicable and indicated in the description of the lot. The warranted information appears in bold print immediately following the individual lot number; no other language in the catalogue is warranted, including any supplemental material which appears below the bold print headings. Doyle New York is not responsible for any errors or omissions in any material, which appears below the bold print headings. The description of authorship in this catalogue may be amended by a supplement to the catalogue, or by notices or announcements at the time and place of the auction sale. This catalogue may contain one or more glossaries explaining the terminology used in the catalogue. All terminology used in this catalogue, including the contents of the glossaries, are merely qualified statements or opinions and are not intended or made as warranted statements or representations under these Terms of Guarantee. Doyle New York makes no warranties whatsoever, express or implied, with respect to any material in the catalogue, except as set forth in bold print headings following individual lot numbers in this catalogue and subject to the exclusions set forth below.
2. COVERAGE UNDER THE GUARANTEESubject to the exclusions set forth below in paragraphs 5 and 6, Doyle New York warrants the authorship (as that term is defined above) of each lot in this catalogue for a period of five years from the date of the sale of the lot. The guarantee is made only to the original purchaser of record at the auction, and only the registered bidder for the lot at the auction will be considered as the original purchaser. The buyer must give written notice of claim within five years from the date of the auction. Doyle New York may require, at its option, to have the purchaser obtain at the purchasers expense the opinion of two recognized experts (approved by Doyle New York) in the field relating to the item in question, before Doyle New York determines whether to rescind a sale under the above warranty. Upon request, Doyle New York will provide the purchaser with the names of acceptable experts.
3. NON-ASSIGNABILITYThe benefits of this warranty are not assignable and shall be applicable only to the original purchaser of record (i.e., the registered bidder) and not to any subsequent owners (including, without limitation, donees, heirs, successors, beneficiaries or assigns) who have, or may acquire, an interest in any purchased property. The original buyer must have remained the owner of the lot without disposing of any interest in it to any third party.
4. SOLE REMEDYThe purchaser agrees that in the case of a breach of warranty under these Terms of Guarantee, he shall have no remedy other than rescission of the sale and the refund of the original purchase price paid. The original purchase price paid is defined as the amount of the successful bid price, plus the buyers premium. No rescission and refund will be made unless the item is returned to Doyle New York at 175 East 87th Street, New York, NY 10128, in the same condition as at the time of sale. The remedy of rescission and refund is exclusive and the purchaser waives any other remedy which may be otherwise available in law or equity. Doyle New York shall not be liable for any special, consequential or incidental damages incurred or claimed including, without limitation, loss of profits or for interest.
5. EXCLUSIONSThis warranty does not apply to: i. authorship of any paintings, drawings or sculpture created prior to 1870, unless the lot is determined to be a counterfeit which has a value at the date of the claim for rescission which is materially less than the purchase price paid for the lot; or
ii. any catalogue description where it was specifically mentioned that there is a conflict of specialist opinion on the authorship of a lot; or
iii. authorship which on the date of sale was in accordance with the then generally accepted opinion of scholars and specialists, despite the subsequent discovery of new information, whether historical or physical, concerning the artist or craftsman, his students, school, workshop or followers; or
iv. the identification of periods or dates of execution which may be proven inaccurate by means of scientific processes not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue, or which were unreasonably expensive or impractical to use at the time of publication of the catalogue.
The term counterfeit is defined as a modern fake or forgery, made less than fifty years ago, and made with the intent to deceive. The authenticity of signatures, monograms, initials or other similar indications of authorship is expressly excluded as a controlling factor in determining whether a work is a counterfeit under the meaning of this Terms of Warranty.
6. LIMITED WARRANTYAs stated in paragraph 2 of the Conditions of Sale, neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any express or implied representations or warranties whatsoever concerning any property in the catalogue, including without limitation, any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, except as specifically and expressly provided in these Terms of Guarantee.
To better assist our clients, we have prepared the following information on Sales and Use Tax related to property purchased at auction. WHY DOYLE NEW YORK COLLECTS SALES TAX
Virtually all State Sales Tax Laws require acorporation to register with the States Tax Authorities and collect and remit sales tax if the corporation maintains a presence within the state, such as offices. In the states that impose sales tax, Tax Laws require an auction house, with a presence in the state, to register as a sales tax collector, and remit sales taxcollected to the state. New York sales tax is charged on the hammer price, buyers premium and any other applicable charges on any property picked up or delivered in New York, regardless of the state or country in which the purchaser resides or does business.
WHERE DOYLE NEW YORK COLLECTS SALES TAX
Doyle New York is currently registered to collect sales tax in the following states: New York and the District of Columbia.
For any property collected or received by the purchaser in New York City, such property is subject to sales tax at the existing New York State and City rate of 8.875%.
If the property is delivered into any of the states in which Doyle New York is registered, Doyle New York is required by law to collect and remit the appropriate sales tax in effect in the state where the property is delivered.
Property collected from Doyle New York premises by common carriers on behalf of the purchaser for delivery to the purchaser at his address outside of New York is not subject to New York Sales Tax. If it is delivered by the common carrier to any of the states where Doyle New York is required to collect sales tax, applicable tax will be added to the purchase price.
WHERE DOYLE NEW YORK IS NOT REQUIRED TO COLLECT SALES TAX
Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax on property delivered to states other than those listed above. If the property is delivered to a state where Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to self-assess any sales or use tax and remit it to taxing authorities in that state.
Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax for property delivered to the purchaser outside of the United States.
RESTORATION AND OTHER SERVICES
Regardless of where the property is subsequently transported, if any framing or restoration services are performed in New York, it is considered to be a delivery of the property to the purchaser in New York, and Doyle New York will be required to collect the 8.875% New York sales tax.
LOCAL TAX ADVISORS
As sales tax laws vary from state to state, Doyle New York recommends that clients with questions regarding the application of sales or use taxes to property purchased at auction seek tax advice form their local tax advisors.
Most states that impose sales taxes allow for specified exemptions to the tax. For example, a registered re-seller such as a registered art dealer may purchase without incurring a tax liability, and Doyle New York is not required to collect sales tax from such re-seller. The art dealer, when re-selling the property, may be required to charge sales tax to its client, or the client may be required to self-assess sales or use tax upon acquiring the property.
If a not-for-profit or charitable organization is selling property through Doyle New York, it may be sold as a tax exempted purchase. The not-for-profit seller must be registered with the New York Department of Taxation and Finance as an exempt organization and the property must be picked up or delivered in New York. However, a compensating use tax is due from the buyer if any such lot is shipped to any of the states where Doyle New York maintains offices. It is the buyers responsibility to ascertain and pay all taxes due. Buyers claiming exemption from sales tax must have the appropriate documentation on file with Doyle New York prior to the release of the property.
INFORMATION ON SALES AND USE TAX RELATED TO PURCHASES AT AUCTION
BUYING AT DOYLESince 1963, Doyle New York has built a worldwide reputation for expertise, integrity and service. In our New York salesrooms, we hold approximately forty auctions annually featuring fine art, jewelry, furniture, decorative arts, books, prints, couture and a variety of other categories. Our global audience of buyers and sellers know the quality of our sales and appreciate our standard of service. If you are new to the auction process, please take a moment to review the following information.
The following will help in understanding the auction buying process. All bidders should read the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee in this catalogue, as well as the Glossary or any other notices. By bidding at auction, bidders are bound by the Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee, as amended by oral announcements or posted notices, which together form the sale contract between the successful bidder (purchaser), Doyle New York and the seller (consignor) of the lot. BEFORE YOU BID
Doyle New York produces both printed and Internet auction catalogues that contain descriptions of the property being offered and the presale estimates and are available prior to the sale date. Our free Internet catalogues, available at Doyle.com, also provide illustrations, direct communication with our specialists, and the ability to leave online absentee bids and track lots. The catalogues will help familiarize you with property being offered at the designated auction. In addition, Doyle.com offers a free Internet Personal Shopper that allows collectors to enter keywords of objects they are seeking. As each Internet auction catalogue is posted online, the collector is notified by email of any matches.
A prospective buyer must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before bidding. We may require the production of bank or other financial references.
PROVENANCEIn certain circumstances, Doyle New York may print in the catalogue the history of ownership of a work of art if such information contributes to scholarship or is otherwise well known and assists in distinguishing the work of art. However, the identity of the seller or previous owners may not be disclosed for a variety of reasons. For example, such information may be excluded to accommodate a sellers request for confidentiality or because the identity of prior owners is unknown given the age of the work of art.
SPECIALISTS ADVICEProspective bidders may be interested in specific information not included in the catalogue description of a lot. For additional information please contact either a Doyle New York specialist or Doyle New Yorks Client Services Department. You may also request a condition report from the specialist in charge.
BIDDING AT AUCTION
Auctions are open to the public without any admission fee or obligation to bid. Pre-auction viewings are open to the public free of charge. Doyle New Yorks specialists are available to give advice and condition reports at viewings or by appointment. The auctioneer introduces the objects for sale - known as lots - in numerical order as listed in the catalogue. The auctioneer accepts bids from those present in the salesroom, from telephone bidders, from Internet bidders or by absentee written bids left with Doyle New York in advance of the auction.
LIVE BIDDINGThe most exciting way to participate at auction is the traditional method of bidding live in the salesroom with an auction paddle. Buyers who would like to bid may register for a paddle on the day of the sale upon entering the salesroom at least 30 minutes before the sale. The paddle is numbered so as to identify you to the auctioneer. To register, you will need a form of identification such as a drivers license or credit card. If you are a first-time bidder, you will also be asked for your address, phone number and signature and a bank reference in order to create your account. To avoid any delay in the release of purchases, please pre-arrange check or credit approval through Doyle New Yorks Credit Department at 212-427-4141 ext. 205. If you are bidding for someone else, you will need to provide a letter from that person authorizing you to bid on that persons behalf. Issuance of a bid paddle is in Doyle New Yorks sole discretion.
Once the first bid has been placed, the auctioneer asks for higher bids, in increments determined by the auctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you.
As a courtesy to bidders, a currency board may be operated. It displays the lot number and current bid in both U.S. dollars and foreign currency. Exchange rates are approximations based on recent exchange rate information and should not be relied upon as a precise invoice amount. Doyle New York assumes no responsibility for any error or omission in foreign or United States currency amounts shown.
TELEPHONE BIDDINGClients unable to attend the sale may still participate live by bidding on the telephone with a trained staff member on the auction floor. The Telephone Bid Forms are available on our Web site, in our printed catalogue, and through our Client Services Department. Please contact the Bid Department prior to the sale to make arrangements or to answer any questions you may have. Telephone bids are accepted only at Doyle New Yorks discretion and at the callers risk. Calls may also be recorded at Doyle New Yorks discretion. By bidding on the telephone, prospective buyers consent thereto. Telephone bids cannot be accepted for lot estimated below $1,000. Arrangements must be confirmed with the Bid Department at least 24 hours prior to the auction at 212-427-4141 ext. 242. Arrangements to bid in languages other than English must be made well in advance of the sale date. Doyle New York offers all absentee and telephone bidding services as a convenience to our clients but will not be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids.
ABSENTEE BIDDINGFor buyers unable to participate live in the salesroom or on the telephone, Doyle offers the option of Absentee Bids. Absentee Bids work exactly as if the bidder were in the salesroom bidding up to a predetermined price limit, except that the price limit is given confidentially to Doyle ahead of time. Absentee Bid Forms are available on our Web site, in our printed catalogues, and through our Client Services Department. Return the completed Absentee Bid Form to Doyle New York either by mail or by fax. When the lot that you are interested in comes up for sale, a Doyle New York representative will execute the bid on your behalf, making every effort to purchase the item for as little as possible and never exceeding your limit. The auctioneer may execute absentee bids directly from the rostrum, identifying these as absentee bids, book bids, or order bids. This service is free and confidential. For detailed instructions and information, please see the Doyle New York Absentee Bid Form at the back of this catalogue or on our Web site. In the event that identical bids are submitted, the earliest will take precedence.
INTERNET ABSENTEE BIDSBuyers may also conveniently leave bids on our Web site through our Internet catalogues. These bidsare executed at the auction in the same fashion as an Absentee Bid.
LIVE ONLINE BIDDING BidLive! with a click of your mouse. Bidders from around the world now can experience the excitement of bidding live at Doyle on their computers. The provider of our live online bidding service (Invaluable) charges a fee of five percent (5%) on the final hammer price of successful bids placed on their web site (Invaluable.com) and four percent (4%) of the final hammer price of successful bids using BidLive! on our web site (Doyle.com). The purchaser is responsible for paying 100% of this fee, the amount of which is determined by which site is used for their purchases.
MAC USERS: Please use Firefox browser (download). BidLive!, powered by Invaluable, does not support iPhone or iPad at this time.
Doyle New York does not guarantee that live Internet bidding will be uninterrupted or without error, or that Internet bids will be received.
BUYING AT DOYLE CONTINUED
Successful absentee bidders will be notified after the sale. Absentee bidders will receive a list of sale results if they enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope with their Absentee Bid Form. Printed lists of auction prices are available immediately after the sale on our Web site and at our galleries. While invoices are sent out by mail after the auction, we do not accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bids. Buyers are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible after the sale to obtain details of the outcome of their bids to avoid incurring unnecessary storage charges. AFTER THE AUCTION
If your bid is successful, you can go directly to Purchaser Accounting to make payment arrangements. Otherwise, your invoice will be mailed to you. The final price is determined by adding the buyers premium to the hammer price on a per-lot basis. Sales tax, where applicable, will be charged on the entire amount. Payment is due in full immediately after the sale. However, under certain circumstances, and generally with the sellers agreement, Doyle New York may offer buyers it deems creditworthy the option of an extended payment plan. Credit terms should be arranged prior to the sale. Please contact the Credit Department for information on credit arrangements for a particular lot.
METHODS OF PAYMENTAccepted forms of payment include bank wire transfers, cash (in US currency up to $5,000), travelers check (in US currency up to $5,000), money orders (in US currency up to $5,000), or personal check made payable in US dollars drawn on a US bank, unless other arrangements are made with Purchaser Accounts. It is Doyle New Yorks policy to request any new clients or purchasers preferring to make a cash payment to provide: verification of identity (by providing some form of government issued identification containing a photograph, such as a passport, identity card, or drivers license), confirmation of permanent address and identification of the source of the funds. Invoices greater than $5,000 require payment by certified check, bank check or wire transfer. Credit cards are not accepted for payment of auction purchases.
To pay for a purchase by check, please see our cashier and fill out a Check Acceptance Account form. Until approved, you will not be permitted to remove purchases before the check has cleared. To avoid delivery delays, prospective buyers are encouraged to supply bank or other suitable references before the auction. Check acceptance privileges are reviewed from time to time by Doyle New York and may be granted or withdrawn at our sole discretion. Checks should be made payable to Doyle New York. Note that checks drawn on foreign banks may be accepted with the approval of the Credit Department, may not be accepted for values under $500, and that there is a $100 minimum collection charge on checks drawn on foreign banks located outside the U.S. Certified checks, bankers drafts and cashiers checks are accepted at Doyle New Yorks discretion provided they are issued by a reputable financial institution governed by anti-money laundering laws. Instruments not meeting these requirements will be treatedas cash equivalents and subject to theconstraints noted above.
Please direct inquiries regarding wire transfer or ACH credit to Steven L. Kuzio, 212.427.4141 ext. 202, email@example.com
BUYERS PREMIUMThe invoice will include the successful hammer price of the item and the buyers premium. Doyle New York charges a premium to the buyer on the final bid price of each lot sold at the following rates: 25% on the first $250,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 20% on the portion of the hammer price from $250,001 through $3,000,000, and 12% thereafter. Applicable sales tax will also be added to the final total. New York Sales tax is charged on the hammer price, buyers premium and any other applicable charges on any property picked up or delivered in New York State, regardless of the state or country in which the purchaser resides or does business. Please refer to Information on Sales and Use Tax Related to Purchases at Auction in the back of the catalogue. All sales are final and subject to the Conditions of Sale.
PICK-UPSOnce your payment has been cleared, property may be released. Unless otherwise agreed by Doyle New York, auction purchases should be paid for and picked up at Doyle New York within 48 hours of the auction. Items left beyond the 48 hours may be subject to a storage fee (see below). Please note that the hours for removal of property are Monday through Friday from 8:15am until 4:45pm, except on auction days during which only purchases made that day may be picked up. As a courtesy to purchasers who come to Doyle New York to pick up property, Doyle New York will assist in the packing of lots, although Doyle New York may, in the case of fragile articles, choose not to pack or otherwise handle a purchase. Doyle New York will not be responsible or liable for damage to glass covering paintings, drawings or other works, or damage to frames, regardless of cause.
STORAGE FEESPursuant to section 8 of our Conditions of Sale, we request that successful buyers collect their property within two business days following the sale. Should the property (except jewelry, coins, stamps or as announced by the auctioneer) remain on our premises for more than 31 days following a sale it will be transferred to an independent warehouse on the buyers behalf at the purchasers risk and subject to storage charges at the purchasers expense. As transferred property will no longer be in Doyle New Yorks custody or care, Doyle New York will not be able to assist you with pick-up or shipping arrangements. To avoid storage charges, please arrange for the removal of your purchases as soon as possible.
Please Note: Transfer to a Storage facility of uncollected purchases past the 31-day grace period will constitute delivery of the property to the buyer in New York State. As a result, buyer will be liable to pay New York State Sales Tax if not tax-exempt.
The charges are payable to an outside Storage Company and therefore cannot be waived by Doyle New York. We encourage all buyers to collect purchased property within two business days following the sale.
In order to collect property from Yorkville Van and Storage, buyers must present a copy of a paid invoice bearing a Yorkville warehouse release stamp. This warehouse release stamp can only be obtained from the cashier at Doyle New Yorks main reception desk located at 175 East 87th St in Manhattan.
SHIPPINGShipping is the responsibility of the buyer. Upon request, our Client Services Department will provide a list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and overseas. Kindly disregard the sales tax if an I.C.C. licensed shipper will ship your purchases anywhere outside the state of New York or the District of Columbia.
ENDANGERED SPECIESCertain property sold at auction, for example, items made of or incorporating plant or animal materials such as coral, crocodile, ivory, whalebone, tortoise shell, mother-of-pearl, etc., irrespective of age or value, may require a license or certificate prior to exportation and additional licenses or certificates upon importation to another country. Doyle New York suggests that buyers check on their government wildlife import requirements prior to placing a bid. Although licenses can be obtained to export some types of endangered species, other types may not be exported at all, and other types may not be resold in the United States.
At Doyle New York, we commit our expertise, experience, market knowledge and globaloutreach to every sale. The numerous auction records set in our salesrooms are testimony to the advantages of selling property at Doyle. To make the auction process as easy and convenient as possible, our team of dedicated professionals will guide you through the entire appraisal and auction procedure. As part of our commitment to providing comprehensive auction services to collectors, institutions and estates, Doyle New York offers several options to those seeking to sell their property: consignment of the objects to auction at Doyle, outright sale of the objects to Doyle, a combination of both, or referrals to other organizations.
OBTAINING AN APPRAISAL
The first step in selling property at auction is to obtain a free informal appraisal of the item. The appraisal includes an estimated value, which is the specialists best judgement as to what the object will sell for at auction. The figure is based upon the specialists expertise and knowledge of what similar items are fetching in the current auction market.
There are various ways to obtain appraisals. Information and appointments to view property in your home or in the gallery can be arranged through our Scheduling Department, an appropriate Specialist Department, or a Doyle New York Regional Representative. Once your property has been evaluated, Doyle New York representatives can then help you determine how to proceed with the auction process. They will provide information regarding sellers commission rates and other charges, auction timetable, shipping and any other further services you may require.
SUBMITTING PHOTOGRAPHSWe welcome photographs of property to evaluate for possible auction if the property is not portable, or if you are not able to visit our galleries. If you have a large collection, a representative selection of photographs is acceptable. Please bring in the photographs or email photos of your objects to the Scheduling Department. You may also mail photographs to the Scheduling Department, or call them at 212-427-4141, ext. 260, to discuss your property and perhaps arrange an appointment with a specialist. Please be sure to include the dimensions, artists signature or makers mark, medium, physical condition, and any other relevant information. Our specialists will provide a free preliminary auction estimate subject to a final estimate upon first hand inspection.
REGIONAL APPRAISAL DAYSDoyle New Yorks Regional Representatives host free appraisal days on a regular basis throughout Connecticut, the metropolitan Washington, DC area, as well as in other areas throughout the United States. These popular events provide ease and convenience for collectors outside of New York who wish to sell their property at Doyle. At these events, we accept property for upcoming auctions in our New York salesrooms through both consignment and outright purchase.
SELLING YOUR PROPERTY
CONSIGNING TO AUCTIONIn consigning property to auction, the seller retains ownership until the successful sale of the item at auction. When property is consigned to Doyle for auction, we devote the expertise of our specialists and professional staff to achieving outstanding prices at auction.
THE CONSIGNMENT CONTRACTWhen you consign property to Doyle New York you will receive two copies of our Consignment Agreement, the legal document delineating the terms of sale. One copy should be initialed, signed and returned; the other kept for your records. Once the property is received in our gallery, you will be sent a Contract Schedule listing the property, the planned sale dates, the estimated price ranges, and the reserves will be listed, along with the agreed upon sellers commission and other related fees.
RESERVE PRICEBefore an item is offered at auction, the consignor and Doyle New York may agree on a reserve price, a confidential minimum selling price. Unless a specific reserve is arranged, a discretionary reserve is fixed at fifty percent of the low estimate. If the consignor designates a reserve on a lot, and it remains unsold, there will be a buy-in fee charged on the reserve price.
OUTRIGHT SALE TO DOYLEOutright purchase of property by Doyle allows the seller the advantage and convenience of immediate payment. Many sellers prefer this method of sale rather than consigning their property to auction and awaiting payment after the successful sale of the items. For further information please contact our Scheduling Department.
AFTER THE AUCTION
RESULTS OF SALEYou may track realized prices of your consigned property in real time and view all sales results online at Doyle.com. A preliminary settlement statement itemizing the hammer prices, commissions and fees is mailed to the consignor after the auction. You may also call us at 212-427-2730 for prices realized.
PAYMENT TO CONSIGNORSPayment to consignors is mailed five weeks after the date of the sale, together with a final settlement statement. The amount of payment is the hammer price of each lot successfully sold, less the commission and any other fees.
ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICES
For forty years, Doyle New Yorks Appraisal and Auction Services Department has worked with museums, corporate collections, banks and law firms, trust and estate professionals, heirs, and private clients across the nation providing our comprehensive appraisal and auction services. Our thorough, well-researched fair market appraisals have earned Doyle a solid reputation for professionalism, integrity and service throughout the United States.
Doyle New York offers a full range of expert appraisal services, specializing in providing timely formal appraisals for estate tax and probate purposes. Our expert team of specialists and our professional staff bring years of experience to each appraisal. Full color digital photographs may be included in the appraisal in order to make each object easily identifiable. Depending on the location, we are happy to provide, at no charge, a preliminary walk-through examination to determine approximate costs and special needs. Appraisal fees are based on the scope of the property with travel expenses additional.
Doyle New York will prepare a customized proposal tailored to the specific property under consideration for auction, including a commission and fee structure developed to maximize returns to consignors. We may also make an outright purchase offer on individual items or entire estates. As part of our focus on comprehensive estate liquidation, we offer our unique Broomclean Service our own trucks and crew will transport the fine property to Doyle, remove remaining items, and leave the premises broomclean.
For more information please call 212-427-4141, ext 260, or email info@Doyle.com. For estate and appraisal services, please contact our Appraisal and Auction Services Department at 212-427-4141, ext. 227.
SELLING AT DOYLE
DOYLE 175 EAST 87TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10128 212 - 427- 2730 DOYLE.COM IX
SEPTEMBER DOYLE AT HOME
Auction: Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 27 at 10amExhibition: September 23 25
OCTOBER AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS
Auction: Wednesday, OCTOBER 4 at 10amExhibition: September 30 October 2 IMPORTANT JEWELRY Auction: Wednesday, OCTOBER 18 at 10amExhibition: October 14 17 ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS / OLD MASTER PAINTINGS
Auction: Wednesday, OCTOBER 25 at 10amExhibition: October 21 23
NOVEMBER PRINTS & MULTIPLES Auction: Wednesday, NOVEMBER 1 at 10amExhibition: October 28 30 RARE BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS & MAPS
Auction: Tuesday, NOVEMBER 7 at 10amExhibition: November 4 6 COINS, BANK NOTES, POSTAGE STAMPS & MINERALS Auction: Tuesday, NOVEMBER 7 at 3pmExhibition: November 4 6 JEWELRY, WATCHES, SILVER & COINS BY ORDER OF THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY Auction: Wednesday, NOVEMBER 8 at 10amExhibition: November 4 6 FINE JEWELRY BEVERLY HILLS Auction: Monday, NOVEMBER 13 at 10am (Pacific)NY Exhibition: October 14 - 17 CA Exhibition: November 11 & 12
IMPRESSIONIST & MODERN ARTPOST-WAR & CONTEMPORARY ART Auction: Wednesday, NOVEMBER 15 at 10amExhibition: November 11 13
DOYLE+DESIGN Auction: Tuesday, NOVEMBER 21 at 10am Exhibition: November 18 20
DOYLE AT HOME
Auction: Wednesday, DECEMBER 6 at 10amExhibition: December 2 4
IMPORTANT JEWELRY Auction: Wednesday, DECEMBER 13 at 10amExhibition: December 9 12
PHOTOGRAPHS & PHOTOBOOKS Auction: Thursday, DECEMBER 14 at 10amExhibition: December 9 12
SELLING AT AUCTION
We invite you to contact us for acomplimentary auction evaluation of your
collection. Please call 212-427-2730 or email info@Doyle.com
View the catalogues and leave bids online at Doyle.com, or for printed
catalogues please call 212-427-2730 x203 or email subscriptions@Doyle.com
212-427-4141, option 5or visit Doyle.com
DIRECTORY YOU MAY REACH US DIRECTLY BY DIALING 212-427-4141 PLUS THE EXTENSION.OFFICERS
Kathleen M. Doyle, Chairman/CEOext 215, Kathy.Doyle@Doyle.com
Rodney LangSenior Executive Vice Presidentext 243, Rodney.Lang@Doyle.com
Joanne Porrino MournetExecutive Vice Presidentext 227, Joanne.Mournet@Doyle.com
Kenneth McKennaExecutive Vice President/CFOext 254, Ken.McKenna@Doyle.com
Laura Doyle, Vice Chairman Executive Vice Presidentext 219, Laura.Doyle@Doyle.com Peter Costanzo, Senior Vice Presidentext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com Reid Dunavant, Senior Vice President202-342-6100, Reid.Dunavant@Doyle.com
David A. Gallager, Senior Vice Presidentext 271, David.Gallager@Doyle.com Peter Lang, Senior Vice Presidentext 274, Peter.Lang@Doyle.com
Ann Limer Lange, Senior Vice Presidentext 221, Ann.Lange@Doyle.com
Elaine Banks Stainton, Senior Vice Presidentext 238, Elaine.Stainton@Doyle.com
Nan Summerfield, Senior Vice President310-276-6616, Nan.Summerfield@Doyle.com
Louis LeB. Webre, Senior Vice Presidentext 232, Louis.Webre@Doyle.com Gillian M. Ryan, Senior Vice Presidentext 245, Gillian.Ryan@Doyle.com Anne Cohen DePietro, Vice Presidentext 281, Anne.Depietro@Doyle.com Samira Farmer, Vice President202-342-6100, Samira.Farmer@Doyle.com Ashley A. Hill, Vice Presidentext 231, Ashley.Hill@Doyle.com Cynthia Klein, Vice Presidentext 246, Cynthia.Klein@Doyle.com
Malcolm Mac Neil, Vice Presidentext 218, Malcolm.MacNeil@Doyle.com
Angelo Madrigale, Vice President ext 237, Angelo.Madrigale@Doyle.com Mark J. Moehrke, Vice President ext 272, Mark.Moehrke@Doyle.com
Harold E. Porcher, Vice Presidentext 235, Harold.Porcher@Doyle.com
Edward Ripley-Duggan, Vice Presidentext 234, Edward.Ripley-Duggan@Doyle.com Alison Robinson, Vice Presidentext 229, Alison.Robinson@Doyle.com
Todd Sell, Vice Presidentext 269, Todd.Sell@Doyle.com Charlotte A. Taylor, Vice Presidentext 233, Charlotte.Taylor@Doyle.com Shani Toledano, Vice Presidentext 236, Shani.Toledano@Doyle.com
Eileen Weisbaum, Vice Presidentext 226, Eileen.Weisbaum@Doyle.com
Janice Youngren, Vice Presidentext 207, Janice.Youngren@Doyle.com
FURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS David A. Gallager Executive Directorext 271, David.Gallager@Doyle.com 19TH AND 20TH CENTURYDECORATIVE ARTS Malcolm Mac Neil, Directorext 218, Malcolm.MacNeil@Doyle.com AMERICAN FURNITUREAND DECORATIVE ARTSDavid A. Gallager, Directorext 271, David.Gallager@Doyle.com
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTALFURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTSPeter Lang, Directorext 274, Peter.Lang@Doyle.com
FURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS Rodney Langext 243, Rodney.Lang@Doyle.com Peter Langext 274, Peter.Lang@Doyle.com Malcolm Mac Neilext 218, Malcolm.MacNeil@Doyle.com
Mark J. Moehrkeext 272, Mark.Moehrke@Doyle.com
Todd Sellext 269, Todd.Sell@Doyle.com Leigh Kendrick, Client Relationships Manager ext 243, Leigh.Kendrick@Doyle.com
Lauren Ventrone, Client Relationships Manager ext 244, Lauren.Ventrone@Doyle.com RUGS, CARPETS AND TAPESTRIESMark M. Topalianext 602, Mark.Topalian@Doyle.com
RUSSIAN WORKS OF ARTMark J. Moehrke, Directorext 272, Mark.Moehrke@Doyle.com
ASIAN WORKS OF ARTMarley Rabstenek, Consultantext 299, Asian@Doyle.com BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS AND PHOTOGRAPHSPeter Costanzo, Executive Directorext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com Edward Ripley-Duggan, Director ext 234, Edward.Ripley-Duggan@Doyle.com
COINS, STAMPS AND COLLECTIBLESNorman Scrivener, Consultantext 273, Norman.Scrivener@Doyle.com PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGSAngelo Madrigale, Business Director VP, Contemporary Art ext 237, Angelo.Madrigale@Doyle.com Elaine Banks Stainton Acting Directorext 238, Elaine.Stainton@Doyle.com
Anne Cohen DePietro Director, American Artext 281, Anne.DePietro@Doyle.com
Harold E. Porcher Director, Modern & Post-War Artext 235, Harold.Porcher@Doyle.com
Shani Toledano Associate Directorext 236, Shani.Toledano@Doyle.com Hermine Chivian-Cobb Senior Specialist, Fine Art ext 252, Hermine@Doyle.com
Bill Fiddler Registrar ext 249, Bill.Fiddler@Doyle.com
PRINTS AND MULTIPLESCynthia Klein, Directorext 246, Cynthia.Klein@Doyle.com JEWELRY Ann Limer Lange, G.G., Executive Directorext 221, Ann.Lange@Doyle.com NEW YORK JEWELRY Kevin Zavian, Senior Specialist ext 262, Jewelry@Doyle.com Martha Garcia, F.G.A., Appraiser, Cataloguer ext 262, Martha.Garcia@Doyle.com Alexandra Fulham, Administrator ext 210, Alexandra.Fulham@Doyle.com CALIFORNIA JEWELRY Nan Summerfield, G.G., Director of California Operations 310-276-6616Nan.Summerfield@Doyle.com
Emily Marchick, G.G., Associate Director of California Operations 310-276-6616 Emily.Marchick@Doyle.com NORTH CAROLINA JEWELRY Hillary Pitts, G.G. 704-582-2258 Hillary.Pitts@Doyle.com
Laura Doyle, Director of Regions212-427-4141, ext. 219Laura.Doyle@Doyle.com
BOSTON / NEW ENGLANDKathryn Craig 617-999-8254Boston@Doyle.com
CALIFORNIANan Summerfield, G.G.310-276-6616Nan.Summerfield@Doyle.com Emily Marchick, G.G. 310-276-6616 Emily.Marchick@Doyle.com
CONNECTICUTKathy Brackenridge 212-427-4141, ext. 211 203-637-6209Kathy.Brackenridge@Doyle.com
FLORIDACollin Albertsson 561-322-6795Collin.Albertsson@Doyle.com
NEW JERSEYJill Bowers212-427-4141, ext. 225Jill.Bowers@Doyle.com NORTH CAROLINAHilary Pitts, G.G.704-582-2258Hilary.Pitts@Doyle.com
PENNSYLVANIAJill Bowers212-427-4141, ext. 225Jill.Bowers@Doyle.com WASHINGTON, DC/MID-ATLANTICReid Dunavant, Director202-342-6100Reid.Dunavant@Doyle.com
Samira Farmer202-342-6100 Samira.Farmer@Doyle.com
HONG KONGJasmin BlunckJasmin.Blunck@Doyle.com
ABSENTEE AND TELEPHONE BIDSElizabeth Jones Bid Fax: 212-427-7526ext 242, Bids@Doyle.com
ACCOUNTINGRyan Wonext 205, Ryan.Won@Doyle.com Emma I. Ebueext 214, Emma.Ebue@Doyle.com Julie Bacongcoext 223, Julie.Bacongo@Doyle.com
CATALOGUE PRODUCTION AND DESIGNEileen Weisbaum, Directorext 226, Eileen.Weisbaum@Doyle.com
Stephanie Cuenca, Senior Graphic Designerext 250, Stephanie.Cuenca@Doyle.com Nancy Ramos, Graphic Designerext 276, Nancy.Ramos@Doyle.com PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTIONHisao Oka, Director ext. 255 Hisao.Oka@Doyle.com Melissa Aldrich, Photographer Manager of Photography, Jewelry ext 270, Melissa.Aldrich@Doyle.com
Ray Adams, Photographerext 278, Ray.Adams@Doyle.com
Hannah Browning, Photographerext 247, Hannah.Browning@Doyle.com
Danielle Kiser, Traffic Coordinatorext 277, Danielle.Kiser@Doyle.com
CLIENT SERVICESJanice Youngren, Directorext 207, Janice.Youngren@Doyle.com
Elizabeth Jonesext 242, Elizabeth.Jones@Doyle.com
Steven L. Kuzioext 202, Steven.Kuzio@Doyle.com Chelsea Wynneext 204, Chelsea.Wynne@Doyle.com
MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENTLouis LeB. Webre, Directorext 232, Louis.Webre@Doyle.com
Charlotte A. Taylor, Art Directorext 233, Charlotte.Taylor@Doyle.com
Kosala Kumara, Advertisingext 258, Kosala.Kumara@Doyle.com
RESTORATION SERVICESCharles Mournet, ext 224
INVENTORY CONTROL Eddy Santana MUSEUM SERVICES
Peter Costanzo Books, Photographs & Manuscriptsext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com Anne Cohen DePietro Paintingsext 281, Anne.DePietro@Doyle.com David A. Gallager Furniture and Decorative Arts ext 271, David.Gallagher@Doyle.com AUCTIONEERS
Rodney Lang Joanne Porrino MournetJanice Youngren Cynthia Klein Peter Costanzo Ashley Hill ESTATE AND APPRAISAL SERVICES
Joanne Porrino Mournet, Executive Directorext 227, Joanne.Mournet@Doyle.com
Peter Costanzoext 248, Peter.Costanzo@Doyle.com
Gillian M. Ryan, On-site Estates Coordinatorext 245, Gillian.Ryan@Doyle.com
Carl Raymond, Estate and Appraisal Services Coordinatorext 256, Carl.Raymond@Doyle.com
Gail Jaffe, Estate and Appraisal Services Assistant ext 216, Gail.Jaffe@Doyle.com APPRAISAL ANDCONSIGNMENT SERVICES
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Ashley A. Hillext 231, Ashley.Hill@Doyle.com Doris M. Fugazyext 261, Doris.Fugazy@Doyle.com Ayala Leviext 259, Ayala.Levi@Doyle.com
Alexis Gyatengext 228, Alexis.Gyateng@Doyle.com
Charlotte Williamsext 240, Charlotte.Williams@Doyle.com Hannah Iversen ext 251, Hannah.Iversen@Doyle.com HAYLOFT AUCTIONS929-303-3266
Brian Corcoran Director 914-575-7263Brian.Corcoran@Doyle.com & Brian@HayloftAuctions.com
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CITY STATE ZIP CODE
PHONE (DAY OF SALE)**
CLIENT NUMBER (NEW CLIENTS: Please provide Passport number, US Drivers License, or Visa or MasterCard with expiration date)
* Name and address must agree with resalecertificate, if applicable. Invoices cannot bechanged once registered.
** If you are using a cell phone for bidding, asafety bid is required in case of lost connection.
Telephone bids will only be accepted on lotswith a low estimate of $2,000 and above. You must be prepared to bid at least to thelow estimate.
Absentee bidding is a service provided withthe understanding that Doyle New York shallnot be responsible for errors and/or omissions.Changes to bids on the day of sale must besubmitted in writing by fax or email.
Absentee bids are executed in competitionwith the audience, on an alternate basis. Dueto the uncertainties of bidding patterns, a lotmay sell to the audience for the same amountor slightly less than your bid. To avoid thispossibility, you may authorize us to increaseyour bid by one increment by placing a plussign (+) beside the maximum bid.
In the event that identical bids are submitted,the earliest will take precedence.
A Buyers Premium, as stated in the Conditionsof Sale, will be added to the hammer price.
Buyers unknown to Doyle New York are advised to arrange payment or supply creditreferences in advance of the sale date. Otherwise, purchases cannot leave our premises until checks have cleared.
A 25% deposit may be required on certainabsentee bids.
Lot descriptions do not include damage, repairs or restoration to items. The absencefrom the description of any such notes must not be taken to imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Condition reports areprovided upon request.
Successful bidders should make arrange-ments to have their purchases removedfrom the premises no later than 4:30pm onthe day following the sale.
Terms and Conditions of Sale may be viewedin the catalogue, on our Web site and in oursalesroom.
BIDDING INCREMENTS (The auctioneermay vary the increments at his/her discretion.)$0 $100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10$100 $500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25$500 $1,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . $50$1,000 $2,000 . . . . . . . . . . $100$2,000 $5,000 . . . . . . . . . . $250$5,000 $10,000 . . . . . . . . . $500$10,000 $20,000 . . . . . . . . $1,000$20,000 $50,000 . . . . . . . . $2,500$50,000 $100,000 . . . . . . $5,000$100,000+ . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000
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Submit bids by FAX: 212-427-7526 or email: Bids@Doyle.com by 5pm (Eastern) the evening before the auction. Bids will be confirmed by email. You may contact the Bid Department for confirmation at 212-427-4141, ext 242 or 207
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OCTOBER 4, 2017SALE CODE AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS
Janice Youngren, Director212-427-4141, ext 207Janice@Doyle.com
CLIENT SERVICES CLIENT ACCOUNTS
BIDDING SERVICES BidLive! Internet BiddingChelsea Wynne212-427-4141, ext 203 BidLive@Doyle.com
Absentee & Telephone Bids Elizabeth Jones212-427-4141, ext 242 Bid Fax: 212-427-7526Bids@Doyle.com
Steven Kuzio212-427-4141, ext 202ClientAccounts@Doyle.com
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