Approx 52" high and 32" wide. Very fine quality. Carved and gilt. Possibly New York but very hard to document.
Impressionist sketch of the profile of a woman, possibly done while she studied in Paris, oil on canvas, 34" x 27" approx size. Currently unframed. Justice exhibited at the Pennsylvanian Academy and studied with Frederick Bridgman and Sartain. We can find no birth and death dates this work is likely about 1890. Signed boldly upper right.
Louis XV style poudreuse, marquetry inlaid dressing table, late 19th century
Oil on canvas, good decorative School of Pannini painting in what appears to be the original frame--the size is approx 43" x 57"
Yellow Pine with what appears to be original red wash paint, 43" wide 47" high, approx 20" deep.
42" wide, 75" high,, 21" deep, bearing inscription, possibly for Elijah Sanderson. Mahogany and flame bird panels. White pine secondary wood.
41.5" x 23" deep, 93" high. Important model with original feet and great interior. This desk was shown at Winter Antiques show in NYC at $38,000 in a better day.
Custom made by our craftsmen using old wood, cherrywood throughout, it measures: 108" wide, 48" deep, 30" high. We are making tables in walnut with square tapering legs, in 7' and 8' lengths and with square tapering legs. We can also make them to your specifications.
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1753. 39.5" x 52" currently unframed. Nymph running from a satyr in an extensive landscape. For bio, see Benezit, and listings of museums holding work of this artist who had a way of painting large works over mantles. I can make a custom frame for this work or allow the purchasing client to make that decision.
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Collection of Canton, priced individually, from a local collection.
Rare pair of Southern portraits at this poiint unattributed, by Family history depicting a brother and sister from North Carolina and I have not yet had them studied at MESDA. I original frames, outside dimensions are approx 40" x 34" The boy grew to be killed in the Civil War. The hand is strong enough to trace with time and effort. The mountains behind the girl suggest the area west of Winston Salem.
Approx 78" high. See detail of back is also attractive and a fine quality early screen.
24" x 38" oil on canvas signed lower right. Painted about 1830. This artistic work shows the vessel in two positions inbound to Liverpool. The scene is off South Stack Rock and lighthouse. The small multi-colored vessel just below and a little to the right of the lighthouse is a Liverpool Pilot cutter headed for Princess Charlotte to offer a pilot. The three flags atop the foremast are 217 in the Liverpool or Watson's code. They represent Princess Charlotte.
Oil on canvas, 14" x 24" signed and with partially abraded signature. Bright luminist landscape. Biography by askart.com: ohn Carleton Wiggins was a pastoral landscape painter usually depicted with flocks of sheep or herds of cattle. His birth name was John Carleton Wiggins, but he preferred not to use his first name of John. He was born in Turner, Orange County, New York 1848 and raised in Brooklyn where he attended public schools and studied with George Inness. Some biographies indicate ...
32" x 22" oil on canvas signed prominently lower right, Wm Hahn, NY, 1879 The frame is a custom gold leaf reproduction 40" x 31" Bio from ask art.com: Born in Ebersbach, Saxony, Germany on Jan. 7, 1829. At age 14 Hahn entered the Royal Academy of Art in Dresden where he studied for five years under Julius Huebner and continued for two more years at the Düsseldorf Academy. He received gold and silver medals from the Dresden Gallery. Some of his first watercolors were purchased by the Ki...
Having blocked ends and good ogee bracket feet, Provenance Sothebys NY. 41" x 21" deep and 34" high. White pine secondary woods. Old refinish, brass hardware antique but not the original set.
34.5" x 19" x 29" high. Having shaped skirt and two board top with notched corners, stockinged feet, replaced brass hardware. Provenance Sotheby's Americana sale NYC.
Having told top shaped in typical manner and with urn form standard and cabriole legs ending in snake feet. 28" diameter.