Albert Lorey Groll, American 1866-1942 drawing. This drawing is Charcoal on laid paper and measures 12.5 inches tall by 15 inches wide and is signed in the lower left corner by Albert Lorey Groll. The view is of the southwest United States desert, likely New Mexico. Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, NYC.
Chair back window seat small size, only 30" wide, 17.5" deep,
In ebonized oval walnut frames, verre eglomise panels, 13" x 11" and with classical figure.
“O-hya-wa-mince-kee. A Chippewa Chief.” [Yellow Thunder.] From McKenney & Hall’s History of the Indian Tribes of North America. Philadelphia: Rice & Clark, 1843. Folio: image ca. 15 x 12. Lithograph. Original hand color. Very good condition. The McKenney & Hall lithographs of Native Americans The McKenney & Hall prints of Native Americans, from their History of the Indian Tribes of North America (1837-1844), document an important part of American history, illustrating the great le...
77" x 37" Note stains that must be cleaned.
Still Life Oil Painting By Corinne Jackson, an American artist, circa 1935. This still life of flowers and a bird on a table is Oil on canvas and measures 19.5" wide by 16" tall and bears an exhibition label from 1971. In the frame this still life painting measures 28" wide by 24" tall. Corinne Jackson lived and painted in Gloucester, Massachusetts. The following information is from Chris Jackson, the grandson of the artist: "Corinne Jackson was my grandmother. She lived with her ...
Can be reupholstered in leather for best look. Having carved flower heads and spade feet.
86" x 68" star quilt with white cotton backing, excellent condition. MD/PA origin, circa 1890.
Framed: 12 1/4" x 13.5---image size: 7" x 8 1/4" pen and ink on paper.
Depicting a monk, 9" x 7 1/4"
16" x 10" price unframed.
6" high. Cut and etched, flashed with emerald green.
base with hairline cracks, spout with minor chips at end.
Second Q 19th C, English--original glass shades, never electrified.
Image size, 5 1/4" x 8"--brown ink wash on laid paper. Note repaired tear in middle of work visible in my image.
American Country Empire half post bed. Poplar. Circa 1845.
18" x 54" Silk on Linen.
17" high. Thought to be either from New York or Boston, ca. 1815-1825. add $100 if you would like them polished.