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Carved as a representation of a tutelary ancestral spirit used for divination purposes called Hamba Kayongo; figure appears to be taking medicine which some diviners are known to do prior to making contact with the spirit world, height 5.75 in. x width 2 in.
Lot includes: four Berber stone carvings, three men standing and one on horseback and one wooden carved mortar.
60" overall length, 14.5" iron blade with chiseled line decoration. Wooden haft banded in iron and brass. Base ends in a 34" iron spike.
Includes a 26" English pattern iron-mounted leather scabbard for a saber bayonet, a 31" metal sword scabbard with gold-painted finish, lacking hanger ring and throat, and a 36" North African-made iron ramrod.
View of Cincinnati in 1800oil on canvas signed and titled l.l.housed in a Closson's wood frame with gilt liner20.5 x 35.25 in. (sight) This historical bird's eye view is one of the few known extant paintings on canvas by Arnold Holthaus, son of a German immigrant and sign painter August Holthaus (born about 1850). The Holthaus family continues in business today in the sign industry and Arnold, along with brother Gustav (active in Cincinnati from ...
Winter Indian Sceneoil on canvassigned l.l.27.5 x 43.5 in. (sight)
Survivaloil on boardsigned and dated 1972 l.r.19.25 x 23.75 in. (sight)
New York Citypencil on papersigned and titled l.l.15 x 12 in. (sight)
Morning Shadowsoil on boardsigned l.r.17.25 x 22.5 in. (sight)
Morning Glowoil on canvassigned l.l.24 x 28 in. (sight)The lot also includes a fine empty frame in which the painting was previously housed; 35 x 31 in. (exterior); 24.5 x 28.5 in. (rabbet measurement).
Roman Courtyardoil on canvassigned and inscribed Roma, 1895 l.r.12 x 9.5 in. (sight)A superb example of Fournier's realist work.
River Bendoil on boardsigned l.l.14 x 21.5 in. (sight)
Still Life with Flowerswatercolor on papersigned l.l.21 x 16 in. (sight)
Man Standing in Oriental Costume and Plumed Hatposthumous etchingtitled on label on verso of frame, also reading: "Original Etching by Rembrandt Van Ryn plate executed ca 1632listed in Arthur M. Hind's A Catalogue of Rembrandt's Etchings as No. 93." signed and dated 1632, l.c.5 x 7 in. (sheet size)
Martyrdom of the Ten Thousandposthumous woodcut print on heavy wove paper 3rd in a series of 7, 17th centurymonogrammed, l.c. housed in wood frame11 x 15.25 in. (sheet size)Dürer produced the woodcut during the 1480s, before turning the subject into an oil painting (1496), toning down some of the gruesome details visible in the woodcut.
The Holy Family with Three Haresposthumous woodcut print on heavy wove paper8 in a series of 9, 17th centurymonogrammed, l.c.11 x 15.25 in. (sheet size)The woodcut was produced ca 1498.
Woman with Bonnet and Crossoil on canvas housed in a gilt frameunsigned14 x 11 in. (sight)
Devotion Sceneoil on copper unsigned6 x 5 in. (sight)
Portrait of Maximilian Franz, Archduke of Austriaoil on wove canvasunsigned22.75 x 18 in. (sight)
Sled Scene bronze signed at baseht. 9; lg. 16; wd. 5.25 in.
A Farewell watercolor on papersigned and dated 1906, l.r.9 x 11 in. (sight)From the Estate of Tony Curtis, sold at Julien's Beverly Hills.
Bridge Landscapeoil on canvassigned l.l.25.5 x 20.5 in. (sight)
Boston Fantasy with State Capitaloil on canvassigned l.l.Athena Gallery, New Haven CT label on versoGeorge Mladinich Gallery label on verso21.5 x 29.75 in. (sight)
Three Worksacrylic and casein on boardeach signed l.l.largest 24 x 17.5 in. (sight)smaller pair each 12 x 11.5 in. (sight)
Farming Sceneoil on canvasunsigned11.25 x 15.25 in.
The Mole, Dorking, Surreyoil on canvassigned l.l. and titled on verso 18.25 x 28.25 in. (sight).
Under London Bridge and Pool of Londonoil on canvassigned l.r.19.5 x 29.5 in. (sight)
Fisherman at the Pondoil on canvassigned l.r.housed in a period frame15.5 x 20.5 in. (sight)
Interior Genre Sceneoil on boardsigned illegibly, l.r.14.25 x 10.25 in. (sight)
Still Life with Bouquet and Bookshelfwatercolor and pencil on papersigned and dated 1948, l.l.illegible inscription, l.l.10.5 x 13.75 in. (sight)
Abstract Musician Figurewatercolor on papersigned l.c. 12.5 x 9.75 in. (sight)
Portraits 3 lithographs on papereach signed in graphite and numbered, including one prooflargest 28 x 20 in. (sheet size).
Year of the Pigoil on canvassigned and dated 1989, l.l.34.25 x 45 in. (sight)
Year of the Zodiacoil on canvassigned and dated 1988, l.r.34.25 x 56.75 in. (sight)
Chinese, 20th century. A group of three unframed silk sleeves, one rectangular, two circular, embroidered with floral motifs as well as phoenix, rooster, and butterfly designs. 11 x 4.5 in. (rectangular sleeve); dia. 10.5 in. (circular sleeves).
Chinese, 20th century. One unframed vertical silk sleeve, embroidered floral and butterfly motifs; 24 x 10.25 in.
Chinese, 20th century. Two silk sleeves, unframed, embroidered with numerous floral, bird, and butterfly motifs; 26 x 7.5 in. ; 23.5 x 8.5 in.
Chinese, 20th century. A group of three unframed silk sleeves, embroidered with floral, butterfly, and bird motifs; largest 23.25 x 9.5 in.
Chinese, 20th century. A silk sleeve embroidered with floral and butterfly motifs, housed in a gilt frame; 16.25 x 9.25 in. (sight).
Late 19th century. A "Forbidden Stitch" embroidered textile, framed. This was probably meant for a sleeve; 18 x 3.75 in. (sight).
Late 19th-early 20th century. A group of four framed textiles, all embroidered collars, including one outstanding example with a pair, each having very small "forbidden stitch" scenes; largest frame size 24.75 x 14.75 in.
Chinese, 20th century. A white silk sash with two hanging straps, decorated with embroidered blue floral and cloud motifs; lg. 21 in.
Chinese, 20th century. A pair of slippers for children decorated with the head of a dragon and a small bell; 6 x 2.25 in. (each).
Chinese, 20th century. A goldenrod silk robe with matching jacket; lg. 54.75 in.
Chinese, 20th century. A silk jacket embroidered with peacocks and peacock feather designs; lg. 26.5 in.
Chinese, ca 1890s. An orange silk embroidered jacket with cloud motifs; lg. 44 in.
Chinese, 19th century. Watercolor on paper mounted on silk paper, depicting two chickens, Chinese inscriptions u.l. and artist seal l.r.; 64.25 x 16.25 in.
Chinese, 19th century. A watercolor on paper mounted on silk paper, depicting two birds on a tree, Chinese inscriptions u.l. and artist seal l.r.; 64.25 x 16.25 in.
Chinese, early 20th century. Watercolor on paper. A horizontal watercolor with scholars, unsigned; 10.5 x 100 in. (sight).
Chinese, ca 1880. Two reverse paintings on glass, one a still life, the other a full length portrait of a man holding a large pot of flowers; 15.25 x 11 in. (sight).