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Sunday, June 26, 2011

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10 Click for larger picture BAKALOWICZ, Ladislaus, (Polish, 1833-1904): ''Waiting for the Return'', A Young Beauty Waiting by the Window, Oil/Wood Panel, 8 3/8'' x 6 3/8'', unframed.
CONDITION: Mild cracklure in upper portion, several hair line cracks to wood in upper right corner with minor paint loss.
14 Click for larger picture EXCEPTIONAL TURN OF THE CENTURY ALABASTER SCULPTURE OF A BOY FEEDING A GOAT: 15 1/4'' h., no visible signature.
CONDITION: Repair to goat ear and front and back legs, boy's right toe.
17 Click for larger picture BRONZE AND MARBLE SCULPTURE OF AN ARCTIC EXPLORER: Overall measurement 13 1/2'' h., the bronze stands 12 1/4'' h. There is an impressed marking 'WRK' on his pocket. The young explorer stands with hand on his hip carrying a walking pole with foot firmly planted on the white marble resembling arctic ice, 12'' w x 10'' d.
CONDITION: Unidentifiable damage to left shoulder, needs to be repatinated or colored.
22 Click for larger picture COLINET, Claire, (French, 1885-1948): ''The Juggler'', Kneeling Art Deco Female Figure in Erotic Costume, Bronze, Ivory and Marble Sculpture, 17'' in height x 13'' in width, affixed to a stepped multi-piece, bi-colored marble plinth, incised signature on the base, overall 22'' in height x 21'' wide x 6 1/2'' in depth. The hands and face are ivory. The bronze is patinated and polychromed, and she is holding 2 polished onyx spheres that are not affixed. 8500
23 Click for larger picture GUZMAN, Olivia, (Mexican, 20th C): Male And Female Reclining Nude Torsos, Bronze. Female figure is approximately 4 1/2'' in height x 4 3/4'' in width, affixed to a wooden plinth, 6'' overall in height by 6'' overall in width and 3 3/8'' in depth. The male figure is 3 1/2'' in height by 7 1/2'' in width by 3 3/8'' in depth. The female figure has an affixed plaque indicating the artist's name. 325
25 Click for larger picture RICHET, Leon, (France, 1847-1907): Barbizon Landscape with Trail and Pond with Field and Clumps of Trees, OIL/Canvas, 32'' x 23 3/4'', original gilded liner, (the original massive gilded and carved frame was donated by the family some time ago to a local church), 38'' x 30 1/4''. This Leon Richet painting has been in the same family for over 100 years, and is now being offered for sale by its now fourth generation owner, a resident of St. Petersburg, Florida. The painting was originally purchased in the early 1900s by Levi Brown Renfrew and his wife Marjorie Wellington (Spaulding) Renfrew. Mr. Renfrew's father, James Renfrew, Jr., was one of the founders of the Renfrew Manufacturing Company in Adams, Massachusetts in 1866. The company produced gingham and other colored fabrics, and became famous for its red and white checkered tablecloths - the iconic picnic pattern still popular today. Renfrew Mfg. Co. was the area's largest employer for over sixty years, and to this day, the area where the mill was located is still referred to as the Village of Renfrew. L. Brown Renfrew and his wife Marjorie (Mayo - pronounced ''My-O'') raised their family in Haverhill, MA and retired to St. Petersburg, FL in 1923. Their home was in what is now the historic Old Northeast neighborhood, and they maintained a vacation home in Pass a Grille, FL. The Renfrews were very active in local civic and church activities, and upon Brown's death in 1935 The Christian Leader reported that, ''St. Petersburg, Florida recently suffered a great loss in the death of L. Brown Renfrew. a man of fine personal qualities. It was impossible to have even a chance acquaintance with Brown Renfrew and not have revealed the sincerity and power of his mind, and his innate kindness of heart.'' The Leon Richet painting passed to their son Alan Spaulding Renfrew and his wife, Norma Evelyn (Estes) Renfrew. Alan Renfrew passed away suddenly in 1942, but the painting hung in Norma's home (''Quaker Knoll'') in Connecticut, and later her home in Sedona, AZ, until she passed away in 1970. Her daughter, Charlotte, inherited the painting and it hung in her Tampa, Florida home for many years. Charlotte recently gave the painting to her daughter, who (coincidentally) lives one block east of Brown and Mayo Renfrew's home on 14th Avenue Northeast, which still stands. The family has decided that this painting is more deserving of a collector better able to appreciate its value and beauty, and in a position to display it in a manner more appropriate to its importance as an excellent example.
CONDITION: In original, as found condition, some light stretcher wear, several minor abrasions, several areas of minor fleck, small dime size puncture, needs cleaning.
28 Click for larger picture MACRUM, George, (British, 1888-1970): ''Cornish Village'', Palperro Cornwall, Oil/Board, 15 3/4'' x 12'', signed lower left, signed and titled verso, encased in newer gilded gesso frame, 23 1/2'' x 19''. 1000
32 Click for larger picture 19TH C CANAL SCENE WITH HARBOR VIEW AND BOATS SIGNED A. WALDORP: Oil/Panel, 12 7/8'' x 17'', signed lower left, encased in pierce carved and gilded frame with minor wear, 19'' x 23''.
CONDITION: Needs cleaning, several scattered abrasions and dents, wear is age appropriate, several minor flecks.
37 Click for larger picture EARLY 19TH C. OLD MASTER DEPICTING MADONNA AND CHILD: Oil/Canvas, 19 1/2'' x 14 7/8'', no visible signature, scene depicts Mary cradling Jesus in the landscape with angels looking on and rabbit in the left margin, gilded liner with over-paint and wear, 23 3/4'' x 17 1/4''.
CONDITION: Newer glued canvas on the back, has repairs to several punctures, scattered cracklure throughout, needs cleaning.
42 Click for larger picture GIBSON, William Alfred, (Scottish, 1866-1931): A Foggy Moonlit Scottish Landscape With Stone Bridge and Rushing Stream, Oil/Canvas, 24'' x 20'', no visible signature, early label affixed verso indicating artist, George Davidson label affixed, encased in a fine period gilded and carved acorn and leaf motif frame with wear, 31'' x 27''.
CONDITION: Several patches visible verso, there are several touches of in-paint scattered throughout with abrasions, cracklure, sold as is.
44 Click for larger picture GIL, Ignacio, (Spanish, 1913-2003): Busy Spanish Harbor Scene From a Window, Oil/Canvas, 21 1/4'' x 28 3/4'', signed lower right, heavy carved frame with overpaint, 31 1/2'' x 38 1/2''. 2000
45 Click for larger picture GIL, Ignacio, (Spanish, 1913-2003): Portrait of a Young Woman in Red Hat, Oil/Canvas, 36 5/8'' x 29 1/8'', signed lower right and dated 1960, carved and gilded frame, 42 1/2'' x 35 1/2''. 4750
46 Click for larger picture LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE IMPRESSIONIST COUNTRY LANDSCAPE WITH BARNYARD AND CHICKENS IN THE STYLE OF VAN GOGH: Oil/Canvas, signed A. Roger, 32'' x 39 3/8'', gilded frame with minor wear, 41'' x 49''. This painting was executed with a very bright pallet, and the thickly applied paint provides a very heavy canvas with exaggerated impasto. 450
49 Click for larger picture SCHAFER, Henry, (British, 19th C.): ''Cathedral of Burgos of Spain'', Watercolor, sight size 25'' x 17 3/4'', signed and titled lower right, 19th Century veneered frame with wear, 31'' x 24''. 850

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