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Sunday, October 20, 2019

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1008 Click for larger picture MOREAU, Mathurin, (French, 1822-1912): Nouveau Beauty Flower Girl, Bronze, 27.25'' h, signed on the base, affixed to pigeon blood red beveled marble plinth, which is attached to a beveled wooden plinth, 31.25''.
CONDITION: Repaired finger.
1020 Click for larger picture 19TH CENTURY LANDSCAPE PAINTING SIGNED COROT: An Estate fresh Oil/Canvas signed Corot lower right, measures 16.5'' x 21.5'', heavy period carved and gilded foliate motif frame are approx. 27.75'' x 35.5'', signed lower right, signature on this painting does not fluoresce. The family believes, as best recalled, that the painting descended through the family, beginning with Louis Potter Murphy, who owned clothing mills in New Bedford. In his later years, Murphy resided at 20 Highland Ave, Montclair, NJ. The consignor's great aunt, Margaret Jackson Murphy, was married to Louis Potter Murphy. An apparent gallery or art supplier label verso, as translated by Google reads: Purveyors to the late Z. M. den Koning and H. M. de Koningin-Moeder, gilding, blacks, etc. of all kinds of lists, baget lists, etc. galleries, batons and other ornaments. This painting signed Corot is being sold without any guarantee either expressed or implied.
CONDITION: Several touches of inpaint, small patch verso.
1027 Click for larger picture EXCEPTIONAL EARLY PAINTING OF A YOUNG BOY, CATTLE & SHEEP: O/C, 12.75 x 16, no visible signature, Intricate Scene Featuring a Bull with a Young Boy Playing a Flute with his Mule Resting Next to a Stream, in the Distance You See a Farmhouse, Church Steeple and Distant Hills on a Peaceful, Sunny Day. Good Quality. Framed 18.5'' x 22''
CONDITION: Very old reline, scattered craquelure throughout, several flecks in lower margin.
1028 Click for larger picture EARLY PAINTING OF A PIG STYE WITH CHICKENS: A City Scene with Large Sow and Piglets, Chickens, Pigeons and a Dove Set in a City with Buildings and Church in the Background, O/C, 16'' x 20.5'', No Visible Signature, Framed, 19.25'' x 24''.
CONDITION: Old reline, scattered craquelure throughout, scattered flecks of loss, Needs cleaning, several abrasions.
1036 Click for larger picture VON KLEVER, Julius, (Russian, 1850-1924): Sunrise Snowy Seaside Village Landscape, Oil/Canvas, 10.75'' x 23.75'', signed lower left and dated 1880, framed, 14.5'' x 28''.
CONDITION: Relined, several touches of inpaint, small flecks of loss, paint firmly adhered, could use cleaning.
1038 Click for larger picture TRAUTSCHOLD, Adolf Manfred, (German, 1854-): ''Courtship'', Genre Scene Depicting Young Man and Woman in Garden with Faithful Pug Dog, Oil/Canvas, 20'' x 30'', signed lower left, contemporary frame, 24.5'' x 34''.
CONDITION: Scattered touches of inpaint. Sold as is.
1048 Click for larger picture FINE 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT PAINTING OF A WOMAN WEARING A BONNET: Oil/Canvas, 30'' x 25'', no visible signature, carved gilded gesso frame is 36.50'' x 30.50''.
CONDITION: Relined, scattered touched on inpaint mostly around the edges.

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