American School, mid 19th Century.
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly on the reverse.
Painting Size: 12” x 18”
Frame Size: 17.5” x 23.5”
James Francis O’Brien (American, 1917-1996)
Oil on board, titled on the reverse.
Painting size: 18” x 18”
Frame size: 23” x 23”
** Please Note - This painting came directly from the Estate of Mr. O’Brien...
Oil on canvas, signed with conjoined initials and dated: “(19)33” and retaining a supply stencil on the center stretcher.
Painting size: 25.5” x 21.25”
Frame size: 30.75” x 26.25”
Oil on artist board, signed and retaining supply labels from Windsor and Newton.
Painting: 12” x 9”
Frame: 23” x 19”
Victorian painter Clarence Henry Roe is best known for his renderings of the Scottish Highlands and lochs. His father, Robert Henry Roe, was also a landscape painter who was devoted to the same subject...
John Hassell (English, 1767-1825)
Pair of watercolors on paper, the latter signed and dated: “1822”.
Image size: 6” x 8”
Frame size: 13.5” x 15”
John Hassell was an engraver and drawing master as well as a prolific author...
Resting Deer in a Forest Landscape
Oil on canvas
Provenance: Thomas McLean Gallery, London (retaining the original label on the back).
Painting: 20.75" x 36"
Frame: 30" x 45"
Redgrave was a genre and landscape painter. For a time he worked with his father who was an engraver before entering the Royal Academy in 1825...
View of the Piazzetta di San Marco in Venice
Watercolor on Paper, signed
Sight Size: 11.5" x 7"
Frame Size: 19" x 14"
Biondetti is best known for watercolour views of Venice, Canals, Harbors, and Boats
(Late 19th century)
Landscape with Stream
Oil on board, signed indistinctly with initials in lower right corner.
Painting size: 3.75” x 5.25”
Frame size: 9.25” x 10.75”
This delicately rendered landscape is the work of a skilled artist, evidenced by the whispy brushstrokes used to deliniate the young trees and the shimmering, reflective surface of the stream.
This item has been sold. It remains on our website for internet research purposes.
Young Woman in Blue
Oil-on-panel, monogrammed lower right and inscribed on the reverse “Sarah P.B. Dodson, Paris 1884”
Painting Size: 8.75” x 6.25”
Frame Size: 12.75 ” x 10.5”
Sarah Paxton Ball Dodson was born in Philadelphia and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts under Christian Schussele. In 1873 she moved to Paris where she studied with Luminals, Lefebvre and Boutet de Monvel...
Pre-Raphalite Beauty with a Crown of Flowers
Oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated “1876”; framed in the oval
Painting: 12” x 10”
Frame: 20” x 18”
Valentine Cameron Prinsep was born in Calcutta, the son of an Indian civil servant and was educated in Haileybury (Hertford, England)...
Color woodcut on black paper; titled, signed and numbered, “6/12.”
Sheet Size: 14.5” x 19”
Sight Size: 12” x 15.5 ”
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An accomplished American Modernist, Anne Ryan did not begin painting until her fifties; prior to that she had been a journalist and single mother who operated a restaurant in Greenwich...
(previously priced at $975)
Provenance: Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA
Arthur Louis Townshend
(English, fl. 1880 - 1900)
Oil on canvas, signed and dated: “1900” lower right and signed, dated “July 1900” and inscribed with the horses names on the reverse.
Provenance: The Madison Hotel, Washington, DC.
Known for his paintings of rustic, equestrian and sporting subjects, Townshend exhibited six works at the Royal Academy...
"The Old Man of the Mountain, Franconia Notch"
Oil-on-artist board, in the original frame
Painting size: 11.5” x 7.75”
Frame size: 15” x 11.5”
A rare depiction of the enduring symbol of the state of New Hampshire which collapsed in 2003.
Jument à L’Écurie Jouant Avec un Chien (Mare in a Stable Playing With a Dog, or The Good Companions)
Bronze, sand-cast, signed.
Dark brown patina
**Please note: This is guaranteed to be an original casting from the artist's atelier, not a later re-strike.
First Exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1859
Mêne was “born in Paris . . . the son of a metal-turner...
J.M. Farquhar (American, early 20th century)
Watercolor on paper, signed.
Provenance: from the collection of Alan Shepherd, Jr.
Painting size: 12.375” x 8.375”
Matt size: 18.5” x 14.5” (unframed)
Watercolor on paper, signed lower left
Sheet Size 15.5" x 22"
Mat size: 19.5 x 26.5" (unframed)
Dodge MacKnight began his career as a painter of theatre scenery. From 1883-1891 he traveled to Europe to study at Fernan & Cormon in Paris and exhibited at the Paris Salon (1885-87) and at John S. Sargent’s Studio, London (1890). He became a friend of Van Gogh’s in Arles...
Known as a sculptor of classical and allegorical figures, Germain was a student of Dumont and Gumery. He worked with his brother Gustave in producing classical and historical statues and groups. Germain exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1866 to 1879 and later at the Salon des Artistes Français where he became an Associate in 1889...