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Sunday, July 18, 2004

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Lot
Description
Sale Price
51 Click for larger picture BLANCHARD, Antoine, (French, 1910-1988): Place de L'Opera, O/C, 20'' x 24'', SLR unframed, from the estate of noted artist Louis Spiegel, a Cincinnati city council member. 4250
52 Click for larger picture BLANCHARD, Antoine, (French, 1910-1988): Parisian Street Scene, O/C, 16'' x 20'', SLR. From the estate of noted artist Louis Spiegel, and a Cincinnati city council member. 4000
53 Click for larger picture BLANCHARD, Antoine, (French, 1910-1988): Boulevard de la Madeleine, Paris, O/C, 12'' x 16'', SLR. From the estate of noted artist Louis Spiegel, and a Cincinnati city council member. 2500
54 Click for larger picture BLANCHARD, Antoine, (French, 1910-1988): Arc de Triomphe, O/C, 8'' x 10'', SLR. From the estate of noted artist Louis Spiegel, and a Cincinnati city council member. 2500
57A Click for larger picture SIGNED OSCAR BACH TABLE LAMP BASES: Silver over bronze, 19 3/4''h., base is 7 3/4'' dia. Signed with metal label. 950
59 Click for larger picture YANKEL, Jacques, (French, 1920-): ''Bouquet Orange'', Gouache, 21'' x 14'', SLR, Vercel stamp verso, exhibition label with title, medium, Martinique 1958, original frame with wear, 29'' x 21 1/2''. Condition - Thick areas of paint show cracking, with some paint loss. 450
62 Click for larger picture LARKIN, Diarmuid, (Irish, 1918-1989): ''Cattle on the Path, Connemard'', O/B, 16'' x 20'', SLR, encased in antiqued molding with minor wear, 24'' x 28''. Having exhibited at the RHA in 1942, his artistic skills were awarded in his final year at NCAD in the form of a scholarship from the Spanish Government. However, having decided that art education was his vocation, he began full-time teaching in 1953 at Ballinasloe Vocational School. Larkin later held a position in Mullingar VS and Dun Laoghaire Technical College. Over the next few years, Larkin developed a special art course for students which was subsequently recognized by the VEC and the Department of Education. This in turn led to the establishment of the Dun Laoghaire School of Art. He wrote a book entitled Art Learning and Teaching: A Seven Year Manual for the Primary/Elementary Teacher. While he continued in education, Larkin's career as an artist was also flourishing. He participated in the local Art Guild in Mullingar, the Aisling Galleries, New York, The Robinson Gallery, Dublin and exhibited about fifty works in the RHA up until the time of his death. 600
63 Click for larger picture LARKIN, Diarmuid, (Irish, 1918-1989): ''Morning Light, Bunowen, Bally Conneely, Connemard'', O/B, 12'' x 16'', SLR, encased in molding, 19'' x 22 3/4''. Having exhibited at the RHA in 1942, his artistic skills were awarded in his final year at NCAD in the form of a scholarship from the Spanish Government. However, having decided that art education was his vocation, he began full-time teaching in 1953 at Ballinasloe Vocational School. Larkin later held a position in Mullingar VS and Dun Laoghaire Technical College. Over the next few years, Larkin developed a special art course for students which was subsequently recognized by the VEC and the Department of Education. This in turn led to the establishment of the Dun Laoghaire School of Art. He wrote a book entitled, ''Art Learning and Teaching: A Seven Year Manual for the Primary/Elementary Teacher''. While he continued in education, Larkin's career as an artist was also flourishing. He participated in the local Art Guild in Mullingar, the Aisling Galleries, New York, The Robinson Gallery, Dublin and exhibited about fifty works in the RHA up until the time of his death. 500
78 Click for larger picture IMPORTANT EUROPEAN CITY SCAPE: O/Wood Panel, 19 1/2'' x 23'', circa 1915, no visible signature, unframed, masterful brush strokes. Condition - Skinned, abrasions throughout. 600
79 Click for larger picture CHAMBON, Marius Charles, (French, 1876-1962): Young Girl Descending the Garden Stairs, O/C, 25 1/2'' x 21 1/2'', SLR, unframed. Condition - Scattered specs of paint loss, mainly in upper center, minimal, needs cleaning. 650
80 Click for larger picture HICKEY, Isabel M., (American, 1872-1931): Martigues, O/B, 14 3/4'' x 18'', original frame. Condition - Needs cleaning. 750
82 Click for larger picture GALE, William, (British, 1823-1909): ''Orchids in a Jar'', O/C, 20 1/4'' x 14 1/4'', MLR, unframed, bearing several labels verso; ''Cypripedium Rothschildian**, Cattleya Mendelli, and Odontoglossum Crispum'', from Mrs. Georgina Gale. Condition - Relined, several very small flecks in background, small patch verso. 950
83 Click for larger picture STINE, L., (European, 19/20th C.): Tambourine Girl, O/C, 25'' x 15'', SLR and dated 1901, encased in gold gilt carved frame with wear, 28'' x 18''. Condition - Relined with sporadic inpaint and several visible patch repairs. 125
85 Click for larger picture 19th/20th C. O/P BULL SCULPTURE: 11'' x 15'', no signature, well executed study of a marble sculpture. Condition - Not laid, several small tears in lower margin, abrasion in center, overall fair to good. 225
86 Click for larger picture ODIERNA, Guido, (Italian, 1913-): Coastal surf scene, O/C, 24'' x 36'', signed lower right, encased in embossed carved gold frame, 32'' x 43 1/2''. 400
90 Click for larger picture NORTON, Benjamin Cam, (British, 1835-1900): ''Study of a Dapple Grey Racehorse in Stable'', O/C, 19 1/2'' x 23 1/2'', SLL, dated 1885, encased in a fine gilded frame, with wear, 26'' x 29 1/4'', Schillay & Rehs Gallery label affixed verso. Condition - Relined, overpaint in upper portion with repaired tear, becoming visible, sporadic pinpoint spots of touch-up. 700
91 Click for larger picture EXCEPTIONAL HORSE PORTRAIT OF LESTERLIN: O/C, 17'' x 22'', monogrammed N B-B, encased in a quality gilded frame, with wear and missing gesso, separation in corners, 24 '' x 30''. Condition - Needs cleaning, wear in margins from frame rub. 500
92 Click for larger picture MARE & FOAL O/C: Signed LR RHODA B., possibly Irish in origin, 17'' x 22'', encased in an earlier gilded frame with wear and missing gesso, 24 1/2'' x 29 1/2''. 600
93 Click for larger picture GOOD 19TH C. ENGLISH THOROUGHBRED O/C: Unsigned, 18'' x 24'', encased in a gilt frame. Condition - Relined, some touch-up in the sky. 650
98 Click for larger picture ALABASTER SCULPTURE OF A YOUNG BOY: 20''h., circa 1910, probably Italian, VERY GOOD QUALITY. Condition - Repair to arm, needs cleaning. 800

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