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4 AUSTRIAN? PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE: Probably late 19th C, depicts the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception, after Murillo, 9 13/16" x 7 1/16", monogrammed LV verso, dedicated to Madeline signed F Vedrine. Est. $450/550**
4A LATE 19TH C EUROPEAN O/B OF A YOUNG GIRL BY THE SHORE: 5 1/4" x 2 3/4", no visible signature, encased in elaborate period gilt pierce carved frame.
8 ROTHFARB?, Steve, (American, 20th C): Collection of 9 American western landscape and urban photographs, 5 3/4" x 8 3/4".
11 W/C OF NEW YORK CITY FROM THE HARBOR WITH TUGBOAT: 12" x 8 3/4", no visible signature.
11A RAFFET, Auguste, (French, 1804-1860): Military Uniform Design, depicting an officer's uniform, W/C, 12" x 8 1/4", signed verso. Raffet was an engraver, lithographer, and painter of French military and battle scenes as well as costume designs. He attended Ecole de Beaux Arts, studying under Gross and Charlet. Est. $400/600**
14 SYMONS, George Gardner, NAA (American, 1863-1930): "The Hills in Winter", O/B, 6 1/4" x 8 3/4", SLR, dedicated to Mr. & Mrs. Ferry, Dec 19, 1918, signed and titled verso, encased in American impressionist gold leaf frame. Est. $4000/6000**
14A BERRY, Carroll Thayer, (Maine, 1886-1978): "Rockport Cove", color woodblock, 11" x 8 1/2", SLR, TLL.
16 O/B OF THE LIVINGSTON RANGE, SOUTHWEST OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND: 9 1/2" x 12", no visible signature, label affixed verso.
16A DESERT LANDSCAPE WITH CACTUS AND BUILDING: O/B, possibly South Africa, 9 1/2" x 11 3/4, monogrammed LR "AW".
18 FLORSHEIM, Richard, (American, 1916-1979): Nocturnal city lights reflection on the river, artist's proof lithograph, 16" x 23 1/2", SLR.
18A JULES, Mervin, (American, 1912): "Homage to Van Gogh" depicts sunflowers, silkscreen, 28" x 22 1/4", SLR, TLL.
22 EARLY 20TH C IMPRESSIONIST GARDEN SCENE: Picnic in the park, O/C/B, 24" x 36", illegibly SLR, encased in pierce carved white wash molding.
22A LAFORET, Eugene, (American, 20th C): Pair of western river canyon landscapes, O/Bs, 12" x 9".
24 HENNESSY, Patrick, (Irish, 1915-1980): "White Cliffs of Etretat", O/C, 35 7/8" x 62 3/4", SLR, gallery label affixed verso, titled on canvas verso and marked "All Rights Reserved Guildhall Gallery, and dated 10-10-65. Est. $18000/25000**
24A RICHMOND, Leonard, (British, 1965): "The River, Menton France", taken from the sketch included in his book "From the Sketch to the Finished Picture", O/CB, 16" x 20", SLL. To be sold with Richmond's book. Est. $1000/1500**
25 WWI PAINTED SILK SCARF DEPICTING GENERAL VON HINDENBERG: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2" sight size, Iron Cross motif throughout, encased in carved foliate motif frame.
26A FRIED, Pal, (Hungarian/American, 1893-1976): Young Hispanic Girl and Burro, W/C, 15" x 19", SLL. Est. $700/900**
26X CANEVARI, Carlo, (Italian, 1922): Pair of O/Bs, 1)Interior scene with nuns and flower vase, #'d 46 on exhibition label verso. 2)Nun and two young priests, #'d 50 on exhibition label verso. 13" x 7 1/2" each, both SLR and bear the Florence Art Gallery stamp verso. Est. $1500/2500pair**
28 KAHN, Wolf, (New York, 1927): "Nantucket Sun, Early A.M.", Pastel, 12" x 18", SLL, TLR, dated 94, Boca Raton Museum of Art label verso from the exhibition "Wolf Kahn: Dialogue Between Abstraction and Traditional, 1970-1995". Est. $2500/3500**
30 MASON, Alice F., (American, 1895): "Two Turtle Doves", O/C, 36" x 30", SLL, Association of Chicago Painters and Sculptors Exhibition label verso, encased in impressive original period gilt frame.
30A DECAMP, Joseph, (American, 1858-1923): Reclining Female Nude, W/C, 17" x 22", SLR.
32 BARTLETT, Dana, (American, 1878-1957): "Verdugo Canyon", O/B, 12" x 16", SLR, titled verso, encased in plein aire gilt frame. Original label from the Muriel Johnston Interiors in LaJolla verso.
32A McIVOR, B. Ward, (American, 20th C): Plein Aire Landscape, O/M, 20" x 17 3/4", SLR.
34 SHOKLER, Harry, (American, 1896-1978): "Rockport Mass in Winter", O/CB, 9" x 12", SLR, dated 66, artist label affixed verso, encased in American impressionist gilt frame. National Academy exhibitor, studied at Cincinnati Art Gallery Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art with Thaniel Garber, represented at the Met in New York, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library of Congress, etc. Est. $800/1200**
34A SHOKLER, Harry, (American, 1896-1978): "Rising Fog", O/CB, 12" x 16", SLR, dated 67, affixed verso Southern Vermont Artist 14 Fall Exhibition label, encased in American impressionist gilt frame. National Academy exhibitor, studied at Cincinnati Art Gallery Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art with Thaniel Garber, represented at the Met in New York, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library of Congress, etc. Est. $800/1200**
36 HILL, George Snow, (American, 1898-1969): "Flight of Ibis", O/B, 9 1/2" x 13", SLR, titled and signed verso. Mural Study for mural in 1939 New York World's Fair titled "St. John's River Florida". Lot accompanied by original photograph of mural. Est. $2000/3000**
36A VOELCKER, Rudolph A., (American, 1873): WPA style scene of a ships graveyard with figure digging on the shore, O/C, 30" x 36", SLR, encased in period distressed and partially gilt carved frame. Est. $700/900**
38 BRUESTLE, George, (American, 1872-1939): "Sunrise", O/B, 10" x 14", SLR, titled verso, Gramp's Art and Gift Shop East Orange NJ, encased in original gilt frame. Est. $2500/3500**
38A BRUESTLE, George, (American, 1832-1979): "Westchester Farm", O/B, 8" x 10", SLR, GMB paper label affixed verso, as well as the Gramp's Art and Gift Shop with title, encased in original gilt frame. Est. $2000/3000**
44 ZIEM, Felix, (French, 1821-1911): Venetian canal scene with figures and ships, O/C, 30" x 40", SLL, several older tears to canvas, termite damage to stretcher. At one time hung in the Ringling Museum, former property of Evelyn Hughes/Alvin Hodges/Liggets Drugstore.
44A POULAIN, Michel Marie, (French, 1906): "LE PETIT PORT", O/C, 18" x 21 1/2", SLR, titled on stretcher verso.
46 MAY, E.M. (Elizabeth M. Messiter), (American, 1913): Two sided modernist O/C, Native American family gathering sticks and a surreal explosion of colors in the style of Wright, 20" x 24", SLR. Est. $800/1200**
48 WYDEVELD, Arnoud, (Dutch/American, 1862): "Yellow Perch", O/B, 5 1/2" x 12 3/4", SLL, titled verso. Est. $3000/5000**
48A CALHOUN, Alice, (American, 19th C): "Upper Hudson River", O/B, 3 3/4" x 5 3/4", SLR.
52 SCHON, Nancy, (American, 20th C): "Dialogue", bronze grouping of two seated figures, 9 7/8"h., one figure marked Schon, #'ed 6/8, sits on a rotating marble plinth. Schon is an extremely popular Boston sculptor, with listings in American Biographical Institute, New York Art Review, UAHC Synagogue Artists, Who's Who Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in the East, World Who's Who of Women, 2,000 Notable American Women. Nancy Schon has been commissioned for many public works in the Boston area, as well as for several distinguished awards given annually. Est. $600/800**
54 CONNAWAY, Jay Hall NAA, (American, 1893-1970): "Fine Vermont Hills Mountain Winter Clearing", O/B, 20" x 30", SLR, S & T verso, dated 1965. Est. $3000/5000**
54A LIVINGSTON, Charlotte, (American, 20th C): "Along the Hackinsack River", W/C, 15 3/4" x 11 3/4", SLL, titled verso.
54B HOF, Carl?, (American, 20th C): Impressionist landscape of cottage by wooded stream, pastel, 15 1/4" x 20 1/4", SLR Hof, dated 44.
56 FAIVRE, Justin, (American, 1902): "Arada's Chateau", O/B, 24" x 30", SLR, AAA Garden Art Show label affixed verso, title with artist address verso and signed verso. Est. $1500/2500**
56A TILLER, Lars, (Norwiegan, 1924): Country landscape, O/C, 24" x 32", SLL, WT Berger Co. label verso, encased in a Hudson picture frame. Est. $600/800**
60 LITHGOW, David Cunningham, (American, 1868): Neoclassical still life of flowers in a vase, O/C, 35 1/2"dia., SLR.
63 CLEMENT, Shirley, (Florida, 20th C): Florida landscape with young child fishing, W/C, 17 1/2" x 28 3/4". Est. $150/300**
63A FLORIDA LANDSCAPE, O/B: 19 1/4" x 23 1/4", SLR West.
63B HARTLEY, Harrison, (American, 1888): "Twilight on the Missouri", W/C, 14 1/2" x 20 1/2", SLR, bears exhibition label verso, dated 1959.
68 RACOFF, Ratislaw, (Russian, 1904): Industrial landscape from under a river side bridge, O/B, 14" x 10 1/2", SLR, dated 64, numbered verso AT37876. Please note damage. Est. $600/800**
70 SHAHN, Ben, (American, 1898-1959): From the portfolio "For the Sake of a Single Verse", lithograph, 22 1/2" x 17 3/4", SLR.
70A DUBUFFET, Jean, (French, 1901-1985): "Profusion", Color Lithograph, 26" x 19 3/4", pencil S&T, #LL 23/30.
73 DEVITY, Antonio, (Italian, 1901): Parisian street scene on the river, O/C, 24" x 36", artist label stamped verso on canvas.
82 HALLER, P., (American, 20th C): Western lake landscape with snow capped mountain range in the distance, O/C, 24" x 36", SLR.
82A 3 O/B COUNTRY LANDSCAPES: 8" x 10" each, all signed Fuggi and bear the W.T. Burger Gallery label. Sold with a Nov. 2001 appraisal.
86 BRACONY, Leopold, (American, 19/20th C): Goddess playing lyre with winged cherub at her knee, carved alabaster grouping, 33"h., signed L Bracony Paris. Please note repair to lyre, fingers and ankle, and damage to cherub wing. Bracony studied in Italy, and exhibited in Paris. Est. $4000/6000**
88 HARTWIG, Heinie, (American, 1937): "Day of Rest", O/M, 21" x 33", SLL. Est. $2500/3500**
89A CURRIER AND IVES COLOR LITHOGRAPH, "THE HAPPY FAMILY": 8" x 12 1/4", original old glass.
92 RUSSELL, Charles, (American, 1864-1926): Western scene with frontiers men and pack horses in landscape, chromolithograph, 23" x 35 1/2".
92A CUFF, Fred C., (American, 20th C): "Line Squall Caribee, Grand Bahama Bank", W/C, 11 1/2" x 13 3/4", titled on mat, SLR, dated 1955.
94A WISNIEWSKI, Witold, (Polish, 20th C): Country landscape with barn along a river, O/B, 13" x 19", SLL, artist information affixed verso.
94B WISNIEWSKI, Witold, (Polish, 20th C): Riverside landscape, O/B, 13" x 19", SLR, Lower Ends Rhoads Gallery label affixed verso.
94C CHODOWIECKI, Daniel, (Polish, 1726-1801): "Ziethen Sitzend por Seinem Konig", engraving, sight size 17 1/2" x 21 1/4". Est. $200/400**
96 ASIAN W/C ON SILK OF A CROUCHING TIGER: 13 3/4" x 16 1/2", SLR.
96A PAIR OF JAPANESE WOODBLOCKS AFTER HIROSHIGE: First quarter 20th C, 13" x 8 3/4".
96B PAIR OF JAPANESE FLORAL WOODBLOCKS: Circa first quarter of 20th C, both signed with chop marks, one LL, one LR, 11 1/2" x 17" each.
100 A RARE PAIR OF 19TH C. PEWTER SCULPTURES: CA. 1870-1880, Woman bearing basket of fish, male toting a stringer of fish and ray, signed faintly Rubin, 25 1/2" h. Hipolyte and August Rubin were 19th C. French sculptors, possibly executed these masterful works. Est. $2000/3000**
104 NEOPOLITAN VERANDA SCENE: With Bay of Naples and Mt Vesuvius in the distance, O/C, SLR Salviati, 18 3/4" x 25 1/2".
104A 19TH C RUSSIAN? O/C OF A YOUNG CHILD IN AN INTERIOR: 12" x 10", SLR Roubinski?.
108 PETER MAX COLOR LITHOGRAPH: "Life is so Beautiful, Stay Alive, Don't Smoke Cigarettes", 15" x 10".
110 KENT, Kameron, (British, 20th C): "Grain Elevators Western Kansas/Uncertain Weather", W/C, 13" x 19", SUR, dated 42, dedicated to Connie and Bob, SLR on mat, TLL on mat, artist info affixed verso from 21 Industrial Watercolor Exhibition through Argent Gallery, New York. Est. $100/200**
112A LEVINE, Jack, (American, 1915): Young boy in room, color lithograph, 21 1/4" x 27 1/2", SLR, #LL 71/120.
112B LEVINE, Jack, (American, 1915): "Rape of the Sabine Women", first state etching and aquatint, 13" x 19 1/2", pencil signed, #79/100.
114 HEINTZELMAN, Arthur N.A., (American, 1892-1965): Interior genre scene of young woman knitting with child reading, etching, 9 1/2" x 12 1/2".
114A REYNOLDS, Charles, (American, 20th C): "Slough Pumps", etching, 6 1/2" x 7 1/4", SLR, TLL in pencil.
116 GROPPER, William, (American, 1897-1977): Soldiers on horseback, color lithograph, 15" x 19", SLR.
116A EARLY 1970'S SERIGRAPH: SLR Warren?, 27" x 22", #LL 158/200.
118 PAIR OF EARLY 20TH C AMERICAN W/C LANDSCAPE STUDIES: 7" x 9" and 6" x 4", both signed Webber .
122A PAPPRILL, Henry A., (American, 19th C): "The Night Team", after a painting by CC Henderson, etching/aquatint, 17" x 26".
122B HARRIS, John Jr II, (British, 1791-1873): "Full Cry after Herrings, Fox Hunting Scenes", engraving/aquatint, 17" x 30 1/2".
126 19TH C METAL BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A CAPED EUROPEAN NOBLEMAN WITH CAPE HOLDING URN AND GAVEL: Unsigned, 14"h., sets atop a beveled rounded plinth.
130 3 COLOR LITHOGRAPHS AFTER AUDUBON: "Iceland Falcon", "Bluebird" and "Ivory Billed Woodpecker".
132 BONE INLAID ROSEWOOD FRAME WITH A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE KRISHNA RAJA WADIYAR: Dated 1922, autographed by the Raja, 11 1/2" x 8".
137A PAIR OF ENGRAVINGS AFTER TURNER: "Dunstanborough Castle" and "Kidnelly Castle".
144 LOT OF ASSORTED ETCHINGS AND GREETING CARD INVITATIONS: By artists Margaret Wright, Dwight C Sturges, W. Bicknell, Edmond H. Garrett and TG Hamerton.
159 CARVED TEAKWOOD STATUE OF A GRINNING DEMON: Crisply carved facial features, painted red eyes and white teeth, complete with horns, 25"h., carved from a single block of wood.
163 LOT OF 6 MILITARY/PRESIDENTIAL PRINTS: To include, a lithograph of McKinley with his mother and wife; chormolithograph of family gathered around a table with portraits of Washington and Lincoln on the wall; composite of US Senate and House of Reps, 1903; poster for Her Majesty's Army; chromolithograph by Thomas Webb of a 5 star general; and "The Tale of a Glorious End", lithograph depicting a wounded soldier telling his story.
164A BICKNELL, Warren, (American, 1860-1947): "Arlington Saint Winchester Links at the Winchester, MA Country Club, Winter Time", 3rd state etching, 8 1/2" x 12", SLR in pencil, SLL in plate, dated 1922, estate information affixed verso indicating title. Former owners father was personal friends with Bicknell who designed a small studio and home for them at the edge of the links.
164B BICKNELL, Warren, (American, 1860-1947): "Arlington Saint Winchester Links at the Winchester, MA Country Club, Winter Time", dry point etching, 7 1/2" x 9", SLR, SLL in plate, dated 1923.
199A PAINTED AND CARVED PERUVIAN PEASANT GIRL: Seated girl carved from a single block of wood, 20"h., intricate polychrome paint throughout.
212 EARLY 20TH C CHROMOLITHOGRAPH "AVE MARIA": After painting by Ernst Wante, 17" x 23", encased in a faux grain painted molding.
213 PAIR OF ENGLISH ENGRAVING/AQUATINTS OF CHAMPION GREYHOUNDS: By Edwin H. Hunt, depicts winners of the Waterloo Cup, 1884 Mineral Water with runner up Grand Pick, and 1881 Princess Dagmar, 12 1/2" x 18" each, professionally matted and framed. Sold as a pair.

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