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Red and White Peonies
oil on canvas
signed and dated 28 l.r.
label from the Society of the Cincinnati Central Turners on verso
housed in original gilt frame
30 x 24.5 in. (sight)
Pastoral Landscapeoil on canvassigned and dated 1891, l.r.framed23.25 x 35.25 in. (sight)
Canadian Farm, Montrealoil on canvassigned l.r.titled in plaqueframed23 x 29.25 in. (sight)
Portrait of a Reclining Woman oil on canvassigned l.l.framed23.5 x 19.5 in. (sight)
A Woman Asleepoil on canvassigned JH Witt l.l.; titled on paper label on versohoused in a gilt gesso frame 23.5 x 17.5 in. (sight)
The painting was owned by Hoboken, N.J. artist, George F. Muendel in 1871, and it's conceivable that the subject could be a member of his family.
National Academy of Design. New York, NY. 1880.
Flowering Plumoil on boardsigned l.l.framed13.25 x 16 in. (sight)
New York Citypencil on papersigned and titled l.l.framed15 x 12 in. (sight)
Coastal Sceneoil on canvassigned l.r.framed8 x 11.5 in. (sight)An extensive conservation report is included with the lot.
The Pastorage, Geneseooil on canvasmonogrammed l.r.housed in original frame with artist plaque17.5 x 24 in. (sight)
Forest Path with Stairsoil on canvassigned l.r.housed in gilt frame31.5 x 21.5 in. (sight)
Marsh Landscape, Tonalist Schooloil on canvassigned l.r.framed11.5 x 19.5 in. (sight)
Portrait of a Woman in Pinkoil on canvassigned u.l.framed20 x 15.5 in. (sight)
Stevepatinated bronze on wood pedestalfourth quarter 20th centuryht. 35.75 in. (without pedestal); 37.5 in. (with pedestal)This life-size sculpture represents the torso of Steve Biko (1946-1977), a South African activist and founder of the Black Consciousness Movement. He died while in police custody and has since been remembered as a prominent figure of the anti-apartheid movement. About the work, Soderberg stated that h...
Fernilee on the Tweed, Scotlandoil on canvassigned l.l.framed10 x 13.5 in. (sight)
Landscape with Bridgeoil on canvassigned l.l.framed25.5 x 20.5 in. (sight)
Boy and Dogoil on panelsigned l.r.housed in original gilt and gesso frame 12.75 x 9.5 in. (sight)
River Sceneoil on canvassigned l.l.framed17.5 x 14.5 in. (sight)
Normandy Shoreoil on canvasunsigned, but identified by 19th century Rhode Island Gallery label on versohoused in carved gilt frame15.75 x 21in. (sight)
Farmhouse Sceneoil on wood panelartist name on plaque on frameframed under glass13.5 x 9.5 in. (sight)
The Angelusoil on canvas signed l.r.framed29.5 x 49.5 in. (sight)
Girl with Catoil on canvas boardsigned l.r.framed14.75 x 20.75 in. (sight)
Chinese, Tang dynasty. A detailed footed wine cup having etched equestrian designs and a fine patina; ht. 2.25 in., wt. 45 g.
American, 20th century. A sterling reticulated basket marked for Unger Bros.; lg. 10, ht. 9.5 in., silver wt. 9.743ozt (303.01g).
Austrian, 19th century. Oil on canvas. A portrait of Maximilian Franz, Archduke of Austria, unsigned; 22.75 x 18 in. (sight).
English, 19th century. Oil on canvas, housed in a gilt frame with oval opening. A portrait of man with wig, unsigned; 27.5 x 22.5 in. (sight).
British, late 19th century. Oil on canvas, housed in a gilt frame. A portrait of a young woman wearing a large black hat. Unsigned; 23.5 x 17.5 in. (sight).
Lewis John Wood (British, 1813-1901). Oil on board, housed in a gilt frame. A portrait of a woman holding a wicker basket and standing on a shore with boats in the background. Signed l.r.; dated 1871, l.r.; 10.5 x 8.75 in. (sight).
English, 20th century. A Royal Worcester figure of a young man holding a basket, marks to underside of base along with registration date numbers for 1907; ht. 17.5 in.
Continental (French), 18th century. A pair of Regence console tables in beechwood, having serpentine breche marble tops with slightly outset corners above a conforming frieze carved with a central shell and rocaille, all rising on elaborately carved cabriole legs with foliate motifs connected by shell-carved stretchers and ending in elevated whorl feet, purportedly once housed in the Chelsea Mansion, Muttontown, New York, accompanied by two cust...
Continental (French), late 19th-early 20th century. A brass butcher's scale with two balances, each balance having a pair of circular pans suspended by chains and
dolphin-form hooks which, in turn, hang from a tapering columnar shaft with a bull's-head terminus opposed by a plain, curved terminus, all rising on a scalloped base with thirteen fitted weights including: 5 Kg, 2 Kg, 1 Kg (2), 1/2 Kg, 1/4 Kg, 2 hg, 1/8 Kg, 1 hg, 1/2 hg, 20 g, 10...
French, late 19th century. A needlepoint work depicting a forest scene with a watermill farm in the center in hues of brown and blue, bordered with a loose rope and bead motif; 67.25 x 47.75 in. (unframed).
Giuseppe Ferrari ( Italian, 1840-1905). Bronze on marble base, unsigned; ht. 8, lg. 6.25 in.
Austrian, early 20th century. Group of three cabinet plates, each with Royal Vienna mark, each with three digit number, transfer printed with hand painting, gilt exterior; each dia. 10 in.
German, late 19th century. A KPM plaque with finely painted interior scene after Kuntz, housed in a Closson's frame; 7.25 x 5 in. (sight).
Chinese Export, early 19th century. A pair of of famille rose decorated export plates, each with mountainous scenic views; dia. of each 9 in.
Chinese Export, 19th century. A footed bowl with enamel-decorated figural and scenic panels to exterior and four figural and scenic reserves alternating with foliate motifs to interior. Both the exterior and interior are adorned with a floral decorated band along the top rim; dia. 16 in., ht. 6.5 in.
Chinese Export, 19th century. A footed bowl having alternating figural and bird decorations in six reserves to exterior and interior, the latter also having a four-panel decorated center. Both the exterior and interior are also adorned with a floral band along the top rim; dia. 16 in., ht. 6.25 in.
Chinese Export, 19th century. A four-piece porcelain tea service comprising a lidded tea caddy, a footed creamer, a cup, and a saucer, all decorated with gilt on copper red edges and gilt on blue floral motifs to body; ht. 6 in. (caddy).
Ca 1900. Decorated with six central latch-hooked diamond-shaped medallions against a red ground and bordered by a repeating serrated leaf pattern against a white ground; 5 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft. 10 in. (65.75 x 34 in.; 167 x 86.36 cm).
Iran, ca 1920s. 6 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 10 in. (80 x 46 in.; 203.2 x 116.84 cm).
Iran, ca 1920s. 6 ft 4 in. x 4 ft 3 in. (76 x 51 in.; 193 x 129.54 cm).
20th century. 8 ft. x 4 ft. 8 in. (96.25 x 56.50 in.; 244.48 x 143.51 cm).
Turkey, second half 20th century. 7 ft. 9 in. x 5 ft. x 2 in. (93 x 62 in.; 236.22 x 157.48 cm).
20th century. Machine made, in Kerman design; 17 ft. 10 in. x 11 ft. 8 in. (214 x 139.5 in.; 543.56 x 354.33 cm).
American, 19th century. A pair of miniatures naively representing a young woman and a man with books in the background, both in black and gilt frames; 2.75 x 2.25 in. (sight).
American, 19th century. A group of family portraits on ivory of a father, son and daughter, each in a gold frame, sibling portraits signed l.r. S.T. Homans, PLUS a later lithograph of the father's portrait, housed in a gilt frame; lithograph 11.5 x 9.5 in., miniatures 2.5 x 2 in. (sight).
New York, 1839. A cut and paste silhouette with painted embellishments of William Seward (1801-1872) as Governor of New York (1839-1842), signed l.l. by Weston, N.Y. / 1839 and labeled l.r. Governor William H. Seward. Housed in a wooden frame with gilt liner; 11.5 x 9.25 in. (sight).
Jules Lion (1816-1866). Stipple engraving on paper, signed and dated 1837 as part of plate, l.l.; 13 x 10 in. (sight)
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A reverse painted portrait on glass of George Washington after William Matthew Prior (1806-1873), housed in a wooden frame; 24 x 19.75 in. (sight).
American, early 20th century. Oil on canvas, housed in a gilt gesso frame. A half-length portrait of McDougall Hawkes (American, 1862-1929) with a coat draped over his right arm and standing in front of a botanical background. Signed l.l., possibly John Bow and dated 1910; plaque on frame inscribed McDougall Hawkes / First Chairman / Of The / Board of Trustees / 1911-1929 / Museum of French Art / French Institute In The United States; 35.5 x 29.2...