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4 Click for larger picture LINNELL, John, ? (British, 1792-1882): ''Skiddaw, from near Clifton, Cumberland 1849'', W/C glued to cardboard backing, 4 1/4'' x 5 1/2'', 7 1/2'' x 8 3/4'' with cardboard, pencil marked on cardboard ''The Rising Storm'', J Linnell in pencil lower right corner. Came with an early label with catalog information, title & artist. 275
6 Click for larger picture SERRI, Alfredo, (Italian, 1890-1972): Trompe l'oeil, O/Masonite, 6'' x 11 3/4'', signed lower left, encased in original molding. 450
8 Click for larger picture COUDRAY, Lucien, (French, 1864-1932): ''Orpheus'', Bronze medal, struck for the Exhibition Universelle of 1900, 2 3/4''dia. 100
10 Click for larger picture McRICKARD, James P., (American, 1872-): Pennsylvania landscape, O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower left, monogrammed lower right, old label attached verso with title and artist, overall with frame 24 3/4'' x 28 1/2''. 350
10A Click for larger picture McRICKARD, James P., (American, 1872-): Pair of landscapes, one an O/canvas board, the other an O/Masonite, both 8'' x 10'' and signed in pencil on back. Condition - O/CB has minor lifting of paint in right margin. 225
12 Click for larger picture FITZGERALD, John Austen (Anster) (att.), (British, 1819-1906): Set of five O/Bs, fairy scenes/images derived from ''A Midsummer's Night Dream''. 1)Image of a ghost like kneeling female fairy-ish figure with hands clasped in a forest setting, no visible monogram, date or signature, some craquelure in body. 2)Scene with reclining figure by stream with hound and six fairies, 4 1/4'' x 5 7/8'', no visible monogram or signature. Some unstable paint in right margin and lower left corner with pin point specks of paint loss in those areas. 3)Depicts a kneeling female figure holding a flower blossom with seated male figure petting hound and a fairy standing atop a toad, 4 1/4'' x 9 1/4''. 4)Reclining semi-nude female next to a stream with fairies/apparitions, 4 1/4'' x 6'', no visible signature or monogram. Some speckling of paint loss in upper margin and lower margin. 5)Fairy like figure emanating from a flower blossom, with stream and forest in background, 4 1/2'' x 2 1/4''. All works matted and encased in one period 19th C frame bearing the George Bassett, Leicester Square, London label verso. Overall 9 1/2'' x 32 1/2''. Est. $6000/8000** 150000
12A Click for larger picture HIGHAM, Bernard, (British?, -1919): ''To a Higher Plane'', illustration depicting a butterfly winged nude maiden caught in a web, W/C on board, 29'' x 29 1/4, overall with frame 33 1/4'' x 24 1/2'', signed lower left, dated 1917, signed and titled verso along with the artist's address in Surrey, encased in a gilded gesso frame with some damage to the corners. Condition - Painting has several minor pinpoint scuff marks. Higham was an illustrator for several renown British authors in the late 19th and early 20th C. 5000
14 Click for larger picture RAMPAZO, Luciano, (French, 1936-): ''Gondola To St. Marks'', O/C, 9'' x 12'', (16'' x 19'' w/frame), SLL, from Merrill Chase, encased in high quality contemporary gold gilt frame. Condition - Small tear in upper margin. 500
18 Click for larger picture HARE, John C., (American, 20th C): Dutch canal scene, W/C, 21 3/4'' x 28'', signed lower right, -large stain in center, encased in 30's gilded impressionist frame with some wear, overall 25 1/2'' x 32''. 150
18A Click for larger picture GAERTNER, Carl Frederick, (American, 1898-1952): Winter country landscape with houses, Gouache, 15'' x 21'', signed lower right, dated 1953, overall with frame 20'' x 26''. 600
20 Click for larger picture SINGER, Susi, (Austrian, 20th C): Figural sculpture of a young woman holding a bird, ceramic, 13 1/2'', signed on base with old label on bottom. Some firing flaws/cracks visible when looking up through the piece from the bottom. 750
25A Click for larger picture MARIANO, F., (European, 20th C): ''La Robe de Tulle'', Pastel, 12 1/2'' x 9'' sight size, signed lower right, overall with frame 19'' x 14 3/4'', label affixed verso with artist and title, Haley & Steele Art Dealers label affixed verso as well. 400
28 Click for larger picture BENNETT, Alfred, (British, 1861-1916): ''North Dramore? Down Ireland'', Landscape, O/C, signed lower right, dated, titled and signed verso, 14'' x 21'', overall with frame 20'' x 27''. Condition - Some small portion of unstable paint in cloud upper margin. 1000
30 Click for larger picture COPPEDGE, Fern Isabel, (American, 1883-1951): ''Beside the River'', believed to depict Lambertville across the Delaware River, winter scene, O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower left, bears a John Wannamaker framer label verso. The consignor's mother, Louanna Jaeger was a neighbor of Coppedge and this painting was purchased directly from artist. Condition - In pristine condition. 105000
30A Click for larger picture ROLLINS, Nana Bickford, (American, 20th C): Winter village scene with figures, horse drawn sleighs and church, Gouache, 13 3/4'' x 17 1/2'' sight size, signed lower right, 22 1/2'' x 26 1/2'' with frame. 425
32 Click for larger picture LUCAS, Wilhelm, (German, 1884-1918): Lubeck from the river, O/C, 29 1/2'' x 21 1/2'', signed lower right. Condition - Small depression in upper left corner, needs cleaning. 800
32A Click for larger picture TSCHECH, Will, (German, 1891): Impressionist restaurant scene with waiter and patrons, O/C, 22'' x 18 3/4'', signed lower right, dated 1913. Condition - This painting has several small punctures, will need cleaning, re-stretching, and a possible reline. example of early 20th C impressionist genre painting. 1300
34 Click for larger picture PRIMITIVE ARCTIC WHALING EXPEDITION, O/C: 19th or possible late 18th C, 11 1/2'' x 15 1/2'', scene depicts giant sperm whale and figures in a boat with larger ships and icebergs in the background, American flag flying with 13 stars, signed lower left illegibly Oliver **. Condition - Needs cleaning, paint flaking in lower right and left margins, several spots of loose paint throughout, craquelure throughout. An exceptional piece of American history. 6500
36 Click for larger picture PIOT, Adolphe Etienne, (French, 1850-1910): Young peasant girl seated on a large stone in a forest clearing, O/C, 46'' x 30 1/4'', signed lower right, dated 1870?, encased in gilded molding, not of the period, overall measurements with frame 52'' x 36''. Condition - This painting has been re-lined with some spots of in-painting bordering the girl, and several darker areas visible upon black lighting, possibly inpaint in lower dress, difficult to tell as a result of the old varnish, will require a new lining, cleaning and probably some minor inpaint to make perfect, several small chips of paint loss in the lower left margin. Museum/Investment Quality. Call for any clarification on condition. 35000
38 Click for larger picture SWEET, Charles A., (American, 20th C): Autumnal wooded lakeside scene, O/C, 24'' x 30'', signed lower right Sweet, circa 1930, overall with frame 28'' x 34''. Condition - Needs cleaning, small dime size puncture in lower right quadrant. 200
38A Click for larger picture SWEET, Charles A., (American, 20th C): Impressionist lakeside landscape, O/C, 24'' x 30'', signed lower left Charles A Sweet, overall with frame 28'' x 34'', circa 1930. 200
40A Click for larger picture DRAKE, Ruth, (American, 20th C): Reclining Nude, O/Canvas Board, 20'' x 24'', signed lower right, overall with frame 26'' x 30''. 250
44 Click for larger picture 19TH C AMERICAN? WINTER LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES: O/C, 22'' x 36'', re-enforced signature lower right E Tyler, newer frame, overall 25'' x 39''. Condition - Extensive restoration including reline, in-paint in roughly 15 to 20% of painting to include sky and areas in landscape. 375
46 Click for larger picture PASKELL, William Fredrick, (American, 1866-1951): ''Fisherman's Haven, Rockport, Mass'', O/C, 20'' x 25'', signed lower left, titled in pencil verso, marked ''Shown at Grand Art Studios New York'', encased in period gilded frame. 1000
46A Click for larger picture KAMP, Louise M., (American, 1867-1959): Autumnal landscape, O/Cardboard, 8'' x 10'', signed lower left, encased in contemporary Mexican frame, overall 16'' x 18''. Condition - Several creases in cardboard with minimal paint loss along one crease in the lower margin. 375
50 Click for larger picture ELKINS, Henry Arthur, (American, 1847-1884): Western landscape, O/C, 20'' x 30'', signed lower right, encased in period over painted gilt molding. Condition - Heavy craquelure throughout, no visible inpaint, has been strip lined. 3200
52 Click for larger picture ISTVANFFY, Gabriella Rainer, (Hungarian, 1877-1964): Cat and kitten lapping milk, O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower right, 27'' x 30 1/2'' overall with frame. 750
52A Click for larger picture KOWALSKI, Arthur, (American, 20th C): ''Gooseneck Creek'', O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower right, in original carved period frame, overall 25'' x 29 1/2'', bears an exhibition label verso from the Buffalo Society of Artist, 1950. Condition - Small puncture in upper right quadrant. 600
54 Click for larger picture 19TH C HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL LANDSCAPE: Depicts cows grazing in a valley with sailboat and mountains in the distance, O/C, 22'' x 36'', no visible signature, overall with frame 29 1/2'' x 43 1/2'', encased in period gilded gesso frame missing minor bits of gesso. Condition - Several tears in canvas with some missing paint throughout, needs cleaning. 850
56 Click for larger picture SOUVARINE, Joshua, (Italian/American, 19th/20th C): Genre scene depicting a hooded figure clipping the wings of a kneeling female fairy, O/C, 30'' x 20'', signed lower right. Condition - 4 patches visible verso, numerous punctures still visible with major repair to center tear. Nearly all of the original canvas is still there except for a portion lower right corner and a small portion in right margin. Some craquelure in female figure. 950
56A Click for larger picture SCALBERT, Jules, (French, 1851-): Interior scene with female nude, O/C, 25 1/2'' x 21'', signed lower right J Scalbert, unframed. Condition - Some craquelure. 1300
58 Click for larger picture DAVIES, A.B., (American, 1862-1928): Six theatrical sketches, Gouache, float mounted on paper, 13 1/2'' x 10'', signed lower left, 19'' x 14'' overall with frame. Condition - Wear in margins with several creases. 400
60 Click for larger picture HENNENBERG, Rudolfh Friedrich (attrib), (German, 1825-1876): Allegorical scene with nude, soldier, and death, O/C, 32'' x 68'', overall with frame 33 1/2'' x 69'', signed and monogrammed lower right. Condition - Several large tears in left margin and several patches visible verso in upper right corner, needs cleaning, some scrapes. 1700
60A Click for larger picture MIRO, Joan, (Spanish, 1893-1983): The case and cover lithographs for the Album 19 Suite. 1000
62 Click for larger picture FALCONET, Maurice Etiene, after, (French, 1716-1791): 19th C bronze of cupid, 10 1/2''h., signed on base. 1300
62A Click for larger picture LATE 18TH EARLY 19TH C OLD MASTER STILL LIFE: Depicts grapes, other fruit, a rose and wine glass on a marble slab, O/C, 11 5/8'' x 9 3/4'', no visible signature, unframed. Condition - Some minor paint flecks throughout, some gold over spray paint droplets. 350
64 Click for larger picture COY, Anna, (American, 1851-1930): Landscape with stream, O/B, 9 3/4'' x 12'', signed lower right, overall 14 3/4'' x 17'' with period gilded frame. 500
64A Click for larger picture CREAMER, Mary, (American, 20th C): ''Blooms of the Orient'', O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower right, encased in period gilded and ebonized frame, overall 25'' x 29'', signed on the canvas verso, bears original label and American Art Alliance label verso. Condition - Several minor spots of paint loss, pinhead size, needs cleaning. 500
66A Click for larger picture PAIR OF 19TH C ENHANCED PRINTS: European genre scenes with villagers in one and a harem in the other, encased in very elaborate pierce carved gilded gesso frames, 12'' x 14 1/2'' overall. Condition - Prints laid down on cradled panels, minor scrapes to each image. Some damage and repair to the frames with several portions of gesso missing. 170
68 Click for larger picture STREVENS, John, (English, 1902-1990): ''Promenade d'Autres Jours'', O/C, 24'' x 20'', overall with frame 29'' x 25'', signed lower left, signed and titled verso. 1100
70 Click for larger picture MANN, Harrington, (British, 1865-1937): Portrait of Alicia duPont with her basset hound, O/C, 52'' x 44'', signed lower right, dated 1915. Painted in Wilmington DE, this portrait of the daughter of Alfred I. duPont, was presented by the sitter to the present owner. Alicia duPont died in 1976. 15000
70A Click for larger picture O/C OF TWO DACHSHUNDS AND BAG OF GAME: 13'' x 17 1/2'', monogrammed lower right, encased in incised and gilded period frame, overall 17 1/2'' x 22'', minor wear around edges, circa 1930. 400
72 Click for larger picture NELSON, Charles M., (Florida, 20th C): Inness-like landscape with figures, O/C, 20'' x 28'', signed lower right, encased in a period frame, overall 27 1/2'' x 35 3/4''. Condition - Craquelure throughout, repair visible verso to mid section of sky. 600
78A Click for larger picture 19th C W/C OF ELVET BRIDGE, DURHAM, ENGLAND: 6 1/2'' x 9 1/4'' sight size, no visible signature, titled lower right. Condition - Glue residue in margins, some scattered foxing throughout. 100
80 Click for larger picture 19TH C AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN READING A LETTER, O/C: 40'' x 32 1/2'', no visible signature, encased in superior period gilded gesso frame with minor wear, 48 1/2'' x 41'' overall. Condition - Patch visible verso with some in paint in that area. 450
82 Click for larger picture 19TH C AMERICAN SCHOOL O/C PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN: Oval measures 27'' x 22'', overall with frame 32 1/2'' x 28'', no visible signature. Condition - Repairs visible with black light, has been relined, slightly unstable portion of paint in right margin. 300
82A Click for larger picture COTES, F., attribution, (English, 1726-1770): Portrait of a young man, O/C, 30'' x 25'', no visible signature, marking on stretcher and canvas with Cotes' name, overall with early 20th C gilded frame 38'' x 32 1/2''. Condition - Has been relined, extensive in-painting visible by black light throughout, small tear in right margin. 400
84 Click for larger picture MANNHEIM, Jean, (German, 1863-1945): Portrait of a Net Mender, O/C, 24'' x 19'', signed lower left, encased in a repainted tree branch motif period frame, 32'' x 26'' overall. Condition - Craquelure throughout, some in painting in face and lower right corner. 1000
84A Click for larger picture MANNHEIM, Jean, (German, 1863-1945): Portrait of woman's head, O/C, 20'' x 14'', signed lower left, encased in period gilded molding with gold over paint and wear to gesso, overall 24'' x 18''. Condition - Some minor inpaint in the image. 800
86 Click for larger picture SAMMONS, Carl, (American, 1886-1968): ''Flowers and Showers, Palm Springs'', O/Canvas board, 14'' x 18'', signed lower right, signed & titled verso. 2600
86A Click for larger picture KRUGER, Richard, (American, 1880-): Windmill in plein aire landscape, O/C, 30'' x 25'', signed lower right, encased in custom Kruger frame painted white, overall 38'' x 32 1/2''. Condition - Craquelure in sky, unstable paint in upper right corner, several punctures, spots of missing paint. 275
88 Click for larger picture ROGERS, Howard, (American, 1932-): Patinated bronze of a reclining female nude in a wave pedestal, sits on an onyx and polished walnut beveled rotating plinth, bronze 18''h., signed on base, numbered 16/35, dated 1990. Rogers began his fine art career as a highly successful illustrator on the East Coast working on projects for national magazines and book publishers such as Simon and Schuster, Readers Digest, Good Housekeeping, McCalls, Ladies Home Journal and Cosmopolitan. In the late seventies he gave up illustration to pursue a career in fine art. He had immediate success with his western paintings and began to create bronze sculptures of female forms. Today he is in his seventies and lives in Arizona. 2100
92 Click for larger picture 19th C AMERICAN SCHOOL O/C PORTRAIT OF GENTLEMAN WITH SNUFF BOX: 18'' x 14'', encased in period gilded frame with some wear to gilding, 25'' x 21'' overall. Condition - Minor in paint on edges and on his face visible by blacklight, craquelure throughout. 400
92A Click for larger picture 19TH C AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT OF A BEARDED GENTLEMAN, RESEMBLING ABRAHAM LINCOLN: O/C, 22'' x 18'' oval, overall with frame 27 1/2'' x 24''. Condition - Has been cleaned and in painted throughout beard and right forehead, as well as upper portion and jacket, visible by black light. 200
94 Click for larger picture REMINGTON, Frederic, (American, 1861-1909): ''CHEYENNE'', inscribed Silver Henry Bonnard Foundry Founder NY 1985 Cast # 80/100, 19''h. with custom marble plinth, 39''h. x 20'' x 14'', bears a custom engraved plaque to front. 550
96 Click for larger picture BERTIN, Pauline, (European, 19th/20th C): Portrait of a peasant girl holding a two handle vase, Pastel, sight size 21'' x 17'', signed lower left, dated 1908?, encased in heavy gilded gesso frame, overall 31'' x 27 1/2''. Some damage and repair to corners of frame. Constitution Gallery label affixed verso. 300
98 Click for larger picture LORRAINE, Claude, (French, 1600-1682): ''Shepherd and Shepherdess Conversing in a Landscape'', Etching, 7 7/8'' x 10 1/4''. Condition - Several spots of foxing, trimmed margins. Sold with a neoclassical landscape messotint by R. Earlom after Lorraine, 9 3/4'' x 12 1/4''. Condition - Some browning in image. 300
102A Click for larger picture 19TH C W/C, PICNIC ON THE HUDSON: 9'' x 11 3/4'', unsigned, laid on cardboard. Condition - Brown stained paper with several scuff marks. 160
106 Click for larger picture TINGLER, Chester J., (American, 1886-): Marlin fishing, W/C and Gouache, 14 1/4'' x 20'', signed lower left, period frame 28'' x 33 1/4''. Condition - Some staining to picture. 225
109B Click for larger picture ZARO, (Italian/American, 20TH C): Patinated metal sculpture of a modern woman, iridised metal, 41''h, signed Zaro on the base and dated '96. Numbered 2/250. Condition - Has some worn areas to the patina and overall needs some cleaning. 475
111 Click for larger picture SHELTON, James, (American, 20th C): Stormwatchers, O/C, 35'' x 46'', unframed, signed lower right. Condition - Minor scuffing. 250
112A Click for larger picture 8 PC LOT OF ORIGINAL ETCHINGS PRINTED BY THE AMERICAN ART FOUNDATION: 4 title pages and 4 etchings by the following artist; Ralph Boyer, ''The First American Army''; Kerr Eby, ''Stemming the Retreat at Monmouth''; Louis Rosenberg, ''Farming at Mount Vernon''; and George Wright, ''Valley Forge''. All measure approx. 14 3/4'' x 19 1/4'', all have mild staining throughout. Sold as a lot. 300
114 Click for larger picture FORBES, Patrick Louis, (British, 1893-1914): Pair of W/C landscapes, ''In Yorkshire'', ''The Beach, Sheringham'', both 10'' x 14'', only one signed. Condition - Heavy foxing in Yorkshire, lighter foxing in Sheringham with some scratches in lower corner. Both pieces with some staining. 100
114A Click for larger picture 2PC W/C LOT: To include, a late 19th early 20th C vast panoramic landscape with cottages in the distance, 11'' x 15'', no visible signature, staining and water damage with some foxing. A two sided artwork, 19th C W/C study of a hillside and a pen & ink study with figures in a landscape, 3 1/2'' x 5 1/2''. 200
120 Click for larger picture AUGUSTE, Simone, (French, 20th C): Floral Still Life of flowers in a vase, O/C, 16 1/2'' x 5 1/2'', signed lower margin. 275
122 Click for larger picture PENNELL, Joseph, (American, 1860-1926): ''A Venetian Palazzo'', Etching, 14 1/2'' x 10'', signed and titled in pencil, dated in plate 1883. Condition - Brown staining throughout, water spot lower right. 170
126 Click for larger picture AZOULAY, Guillaume, (Moroccan, 1949-): Pair of etchings, ''Las Arlequinades'', sight size 15 3/4'' x 14'', signed & #111/300, bears the Marshall Gallery verso with original price of $3600. ''Lebaiser'', same size, same number. Overall with frames 32'' x 30 1/2'' each. Azoulay's works are in major permanent collections: in the Musee du Louvre, President Ronald Reagan, His Majesty King Hassan II of Morocco, President Francois Mitternad of France and the late President Sadat of Egypt, aside from numerous works in the well known Nelson Rockefellar collection. 200
128 Click for larger picture GUARNIERI, F., (Italian, 1925-): Still life of oranges, O/C, 20'' x 24'', 26 1/2'' x 30'' with frame. 300
134 Click for larger picture 19TH C SUNNYBROOK DISTILLERY LITHOGRAPH ON TIN AD: 20'' x 40'', encased in period maple molding with gesso boarder, overall 27'' x 46 3/4'', heavy wear to frame, needs work, missing gesso on corners. Condition - Foxing and pitting throughout, needs cleaning, dent in upper right and left corners. 700
144 Click for larger picture HORTON, Lucian, (American, 20th C): Surreal landscape with croquet players, O/Wood Panel, 11 3/4'' x 16 1/2'', 18 1/2'' x 23'' with frame, signed lower right. 150
150 Click for larger picture WEEKS, Roberta, (Irish, 20th C): Coastal sunrise, O/C/M, 12'' x 16 1/2'', signed lower right, 15 1/2'' x 20 1/2'' with frame. 130
152 Click for larger picture RICARD, L., (American, 19th C): Impressionist country landscape with fisherman, O/C, 9'' x 12'', encased in over painted carved frame, overall 16'' x 23''. Condition - Spotted in paint throughout midsection of painting. 425
156 Click for larger picture DURCHANEK, Ludvik, (Austrian, 1902): Wash Day, O/B, 13'' x 8'', signed lower left, encased in period deep dish gilt frame. 170
162A Click for larger picture SHORT, Frank (Sir), (British, 1857-1945): Lot of 4 Etchings, 1)Landscape after JMW Turner, Messotint, 12 1/2'' x 17 1/4''. 2)''Rouen'', after Bonington, 14 1/4'' x 10''. Condition - Heavy staining in the image, tear in upper right margin, missing paper in upper right corner. 3)''Midmay Sea Piece'', after JMW Turner, 13'' x 17 3/4'', pencil signed lower right. Condition - Mild foxing throughout. 4)''Mill at Grand Chartreuse'', after Daubingy, Etching, 8 1/2'' x 10 1/2''. Condition - Upper margin glued down. Four etchings, sold as a lot. 150
166 Click for larger picture CAMERON, David Young (Sir), (British, 1865-1945): Lot of 5 etchings. To include, ''Arran'', 9 3/4'' x 14'', slight foxing and staining throughout. Two untitled landscapes, approx. 5 1/2'' x 8'' each. ''Upper Green Charterhouse Chapel in front and Cloisters to the right'', 9 1/8'' x 12 1/2''. And ''The Chapel and Founders Tomb Charterhouse'', 8 3/4'' x 5 1/2'', some yellowing and glue staining in upper left. Sold as a lot. 100
168 Click for larger picture MITCHELL, Arthur, (American, 20th C): Spring landscape with stream, O/C, 12'' x 16'', signed lower right, dated 1945, overall 17'' x 21'' with frame. Condition - Some craquelure in sky, needs cleaning. 180
170 Click for larger picture SMIECHOWSKY, K., (European, 20th C): ''La Visite'', Color Etching, sight size 29 1/4'' x 21 1/2'', signed lower right, numbered lower left 66/?, overall with frame 31 3/4'' x 23 1/2''. 200
172A Click for larger picture EARLY STILL LIFE OF FRUIT, GRAPES & LEAVES: Pastel, 12'' x 15 3/4'' sight size, signed lower right Arnold?, dated 1908, encased in period dark quarter sawn oak molding, overall 21 1/2'' x 25 1/4''. Condition - Several scuffs to piece in right margin, upper left margin and lower quadrant. 110
192 Click for larger picture ROSELLI, A., (Italian, 20th C): Parisian street scene with Eiffel Tower in the distance, O/C, 20'' x 24'', signed lower left, encased in hand carved frame, overall 32 1/2'' x 37 1/2''. Condition - Tear in center and lower left corner with one patch visible verso, needs cleaning. 110

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