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Sunday, August 19, 2007

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1155 Click for larger picture BREWER, James Alphege, (British, 19/20th C) & LE RICHE, Henri, (French, 20th C.): 2 piece Etching lot with churches, Brewer; ''Canterbury'', 24'' x 17 3/4'', carved and painted Gothic frame with wear and damage to finials, 29'' x 19'', Le Riche; Figures in Front of Church, sight size 13 1/4'' x 7 1/2'', pencil signed and numbered 6/50, framed, 21 1/4'' x 14 1/2''. Some browning to paper, mostly to Le Riche. 125
1165 Click for larger picture FINK, Denman, (American, 1880-1956): Saturday Evening Post type Illustration of a boy learning saxophone at college with pet macaw, Oil/Masonite, 28'' x 22'', signed, framed, 30 1/2'' x 25''. Denman Fink was a noted WPA artist, architect, uncle to Dade County Commissioner George Merrick and directly influenced the design and construction of the famous Coral Gables Venetian Pool. Fink exhibited at the National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Art Institute of Chicago among others. He has done murals throughout Florida, was an illustrator for The Barrier, Harpers, Century and Saturday Evening Post. 2300
1166 Click for larger picture CHAPMAN, Walter H., (American, 20th C.): 12 piece W/C and drawing lot depicts a history of the 84th Division done for the Viking Press, 1945, all signed Chapman, smallest image size is 8 1/2'' x 12'', largest is 13'' x 19 1/2'', framed, 18'' x 24''. Walter H. Chapman attended Cleveland Art School and John Huntington Polytechnic Institute in Cleveland, Ohio and Art Students League in New York City. He also studied figure painting with Jon Corbino, portrait painting with Rolf Stoll and landscape painting with Carl Gaertner. Working in oil, watercolor and other media, he is proficient in portraiture, landscapes and illustration. As well as teaching, Walter also serves as art juror, demonstrator and lecturer. Walter was awarded as Bronze Star for combat art during World War 11. His renderings were later published in Battle of Germany by Theodore Draper, Viking Press. Throughout his career, he has won numerous First Place Awards at shows affiliated with Watercolor USA, Salmagundi Club, Mainstreams International, Grumbacher and Toledo Federation of Art. The artist is listed in Who's Who in America Art, Who's Who in the Midwest, Who's Who in the World and Prize Winning Art. He was honored with a 50 year retrospective show at the Toledo Museum of Art and the Zanesville Art Center in 1988. He is a member of Allied Artists of America, Watercolor USA Honor Society, Ohio Watercolor Society, Ohio Realists, Northwest Ohio Watercolor Society and Toledo Artists Club. Allied Artists of America website. 3000
1167 Click for larger picture MALICK, Donald L., (American, 20th C): African landscape with termite mound and vultures soaring, O/C, 15'' x 30'', signed lower right, encased in wooden frame, 38'' x 22 3/4''. Malick is a contemporary wild life artist, in particular bird artist, regarded as being in the top percentile of living nature artist, has worked for Audubon Magazine, National Geographic, and extensively illustrated the Birds of Colorado, published by the Denver Museum of National History. 275
1168 Click for larger picture ILLUSTRATOR PAINTING F.D. ROOSEVELT VIEWING BATTLE AT SEA: O/C/B, 23 1/2'' x 29'', framed with wear, 26'' x 32'', unsigned, heavy impasto. Sporadic older inpaint restoration visible by black light, several flecks. 350
1175 Click for larger picture SHUPTRINE, Hubert, (American, 1936-2006): ''Ballett Espanola'', Oil/Masonite, 48'' x 48'', framed, 55'' x 55''. Sold with book, ''Home to Jericho'', first edition, numbered 63782. Termite damage to frame liner, had been gassed. Reportedly painted by the artist in exchange for a vacation rental villa. 250
1176 Click for larger picture ''LIFE GEORGE WASHINGTON, THE CITIZEN'': Lithograph by Regnier, 21 1/2'' x 28'' with margins, gilded frame with wear, 27 12'' x 32 1/2''. Browning visible from front, water staining visible verso, sold as is. 175
1195 Click for larger picture HAMILTON, Hildegarde, (American, 1898-1970): Village on the River, Oil/C, 15'' x 18'', signed, unframed. 475
1196 Click for larger picture McKAY, Francis H, (American 1880-?): ''A Vermont Village'', Oil/Canvas Board, 12'' x 16'', signed, titled and signed verso with artist's catalog number 5084, worn period frame, 19'' x 23''. 225
1197 Click for larger picture RICCIARDI, Cesare, (American, 1892-1972): Landscape with Farmhouse, Oil/C, 24'' x 30'', signed and dated '51, period gilt frame with wear and missing gesso, 28'' x 34''. 200

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