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|108||19TH C. MT. WASHINGTON PAINTING: O/B, 8'' X 10'', Signed A. G.? Marshall, titled and dated 1872 verso, possibly August. Condition - Scattered inpaint.||700|
|109||SUPERIOR AMERICAN 19TH C. LANDSCAPE: O/Wood Panel, 12'' x 6 1/4'', illegibly signed LL, possibly a scene of Georgetown, by the canal, unframed. Condition - Margin frame rub loss, sporadic specs, small dent in sky.||700|
|110||WACHTEL, Marion Kavanagh, (American, 1870-1954): ''San Juan Capistrano Mission Garden'', O/C/B, 15 1/2'' x 19 1/2'', SLL, unframed. Condition - Needs cleaning, specs of white house paint, several small specs of paint loss, firmly adhered to board, faint tack holes in 4 corners.||18500|
|118||KINSEY, Alberta, (American, 1875-1968): ''On the road to Fiesole'', O/C/B, 12 3/4'' x 10 1/2'', SLL, label verso. Condition - Sporadic inpaint throughout, visible by black light. This biography from the Archives of AskART: A painter and illustrator, Alberta Kinsey was an art instructor at the University of Ohio in Lebanon. She studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and was a member of the Cincinnati Women's Art Club. She then moved to New Orleans, where she worked with Ellsworth Woodward and lived in the French Quarter for more than thirty years. It is said that she inspired the development of an art colony there. She is also known for her association with Clementine Hunter, Louisiana's famous folk artist. On one occasion, Kinsey left behind her paints and brushes, which Hunter used to paint her first picture of a bouquet of zinnias. Kinsey was a trained, sophisticated artist, but she often painted directly-stated, semi-primitive paintings of patios, courtyards and historic buildings, perhaps under the influence of modernism. Kinsey taught at Lebanon University, Lebanon, Ohio, and the Delgado Museum of Art (now the New Orleans Museum of Art). She belonged to the Cincinnati Art Association, Ohio; New Orleans Arts and Crafts Club; and New Orleans Art Association. She is represented in the collections of the Cincinnati Art Museum; New Orleans Museum of Art and Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans.||800|
|125||SCHUYLER, Remington, (American, 1884-1955): Cowboy Escaping, O/C/B, 31 1/4'' x 22 1/2'', SLR. Condition - Mounted on acid-free, inpaint visible by black light in the sky, and sporadic, very minor paint flecks.||2000|
|126||SCHUYLER, Remington, (American, 1884-1955): ''Shootout'', O/C/B, 31 1/4'' x 22 1/2'', SLR. Condition - Mounted on acid-free, inpaint visible by black light in the sky mostly, and sporadic, very minor paint flecks.||1600|
|132||SAMMONS, Carl, (American, 1886-1968): ''Indian Paint Brush-Carmel Coast'', O/CB, 6'' x 8'', SLL, titled and dated '44 verso, antiqued gilt frame. Condition - Several pinhead flecks; good overall.||1300|
|133||SAMMONS, Carl, (American, 1886-1968): ''Desert Mountains - Palm Springs, California, 1944'', O/CB, 6'' x 8'', SLL, titled and dated '44 verso, antiqued gilt frame. Condition - Several pinhead flecks; good overall.||1000|
|136||HIGH QUALITY AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST BEACH SCENE WITH FIGURES: O/C, 21'' x 25'', unframed, very thick impasto, no visible signature. Condition - Some abrasions with minor paint loss; overall good condition.||400|
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