7" x 5.5" x 13.5" tall
These chairs are very closely related to chairs (#14 & #15) in Oscar Fitzgerald's catalog: "The Green Family of Cabinetmakers: An Alexandria Institution, 1817-1887"
Top; 16.25" x 13.25"
Table Height: 29"
Max. Height 48.5"
The Church of the Covenant
Watercolor on paper, signed.
Sight size: 23” x 17” Frame size: 30.25” x 24.25”
Before making her home and career in Washington, DC, Spandorf was educated at the Academy of Fine Art in Vienna, Austria. However, once she settled in Washington, she became an active participant in the art community. She held memberships in the Washington Press Club and Artist’s Equity Association, as well as t...
(previously priced at $1150)
Young Girl with a Ball
Watercolor on paper, signed with initials and dated: "1881"
John Henry Mole was a watercolorist and landscape painter. He was born in Alnwick, Northumberland. Mole worked as a clerk in a solicitor's office in Newcastle, but gave it up for miniature painting. He exhibited his miniatures at the Royal Academy (1845, 1846, 1879). He later turned to landscape painting, particularly in watercolor. Mole exhibited these pa...
8" x 4.5" x 3.25 tall
A Basket of Peaches
Oil on canvas
Painting Size: 20” x 16”
Frame Size: 24.5 ” x 20.5”
American School, 19th Century
Signed with initials. Circa 1870-80.
Painting: 2” x 4.75”
Frame: 10.5” x 12.5” This exquisitely rendered watercolor features a small group of figures standing next to a pair of stately pine trees.
Oil on canvas, laid down. Signed. Circa 1840
This composition is based on a sculpture of a boy and girl with their cat which was reproduced in parianware by Copeland (see enlargement #6). The title comes from a reference by the poet James Hoag to one of Robert Burns' dogs: "The Ettrick Shepherd, a judge of collies, says that Luath is true to the life, and that many a hundred times he has seen the dogs bark for very joy, when the ...
Mountain Landscape with Sheep and Thatched Cottage
Oil on canvas, signed.
Painting size: 15” x 11”
Frame size: 23” x 18.75”
Williams was born in Penryn, Cornwall in 1808 but lived chiefly at Bath, Torquay and Topsham in Devon (where he died in 1895). He exhibited regularly at The Royal Academy, the Suffolk Street Galleries and at the British Institution.
A work by Williams is illustrated in p...
English School, late 19th Century
Oil on artist board.
Painting size: 12.75” x 8.75”
Frame size: 16.5” x 12.5”
Length: 38.5” (open)
Length: 19” (closed)
Two Young Girls with Birds and Birdcage
Watercolor on paper, signed lower right
Sight Size: 19.25" x 16"
Frame Size: 25.5" x 22"
Born in Brive-la-Gaillarde, in 1933, Jean-Baptiste Valadie is a painter, sculptor, printmaker, draftsman, lithographer and illustrator. Children, birds and the sun are repeated motifs in his works, but the central figure in most of his paintings is a sensuous woman.
His first a...
Saucer 4.75" diam.
Provenance: From the Cockrell Collection of Tea Equipage amd Export Porcelain.
"Opequan Creek, VA."
Oil on Board, signed l.l. and dated "1957" and titled and dated on the reverse.
Painting: 14" x 10"
Frame:21.75" x 17.5"
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From the Estate of a Toms River Collector
Benson Bond Moore, painter, etcher and teacher was born in Washington, DC. He studied at the Corcora...
James Barnes (British, 1870-1923)
Painting: 24.75" x 19.75"
Frame: 30" x 25"
James Barnes was a landscape and genre painter, working in both oils and watercolor. He exhibited frequently in Liverpool, the Royal Academy in London and the Royal Society of British Artists (Suffolk Street) between 1870 and 1901. Titles of exhibited works include “A Rough Road Through the Woods”, “Highland Lassie”, “The Sisters”, “Summ...
Rock Creek Park
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left.
Painting: 16” x 20”
Frame: 23” x 26 ½”
August Herman Olson Rolle, painter, printmaker and graphic artist, dabbled in many activities before turning his focus to art. Born in Sibley County, MN, in 1875, his first path toward adulthood led him to Red Wing Seminary. Service in the Spanish-American War, eventually lead him to Washington, DC where he beca...