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“FUN AT THE BRIDGE” by Santos Zingale
dated 1945

Painted in Boulder, Colorado in 1945.

"CHRISTMAS CAROLERS" by  Louis S. Adams
dated 1920

A delightful rendering reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts Movement.

"GILL MOUNTAIN, WARREN COUNTY, NEW YORK"
by Fanny (Francis) Bond Palmer, ca. 1860's

Rare piece of the artist's original artwork.

"LANDSCAPE" attributed to Ralph Albert Blakelock
last half of 19th Century

A small very well rendered painting attributed to an artist who was an important exponent of the Hudson River School.

"VIEW FROM CENTRAL PARK" by Frank Swift Chase
ca. 1920

An interesting small painting by an accomplished artist.

"NIGHT SCENE, HAMILTON FISH PARK" by Jerome Myers
New York City, ca. 1910

“In the manner of the Ashcan artists of the time.”

"RAINY DAY" by Thomas Hart Benton
1938

Thomas Hart Benton is the Icon of American Art.

"MAKING CAMP" by Thomas Hart Benton
1972

Thomas Hart Benton is the Icon of American Art.

"REFLECTIONS" attr. to Gifford Beal
ca. 1925

An excellent rendering by the artist.

"ABSTRACT" by Irving George Lehman
ca. 1940's

An Important Mid-century Modern Painting by a Listed American Artist.


“LA CUCARACHA” by Lewis Carleton Ryan,
ca. 1935

The variant “blue night” linoleum block exemplifies the artists’ mastery of color prints representing night scenes.


"GLOUCESTER DOCKS" by Robert Connavale
Dated 1943

An exceptional work by a noted New York artist.


"WE DANCE ALL NIGHT"
by Boardman Robinson, ca. 1910

An interesting piece by a noted political cartoonist.


"PATH THROUGH THE AUTUMN LANDSCAPE"
by Lucie Hartrath,  ca. 1920

A superb example of why Hartrath is considered among the best female Impressionists.


"CINDER SNITCHER" by Clyde J. Singer
dated "Dec. 1933"

A powerful example of Social Realism.



“LADY IN THE GARDEN” by Cornelius Hankins
ca. 1910

A strong painting evocative of the period.


"Tennessee Landscape" by William Washington Girard
ca. 1910

An introspective painting of a Tennessee stream.


"TENNESSEE LANDSCAPE" by Robert Atwood
dated 1935

A pastoral scene rendered with dream-like nostalgia.


PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN  FOLK ART WATERCOLOR,
attr. Reverend Henry Young, ca. 1820

An unusual naïve painting in a period hand-painted frame.


ART DECO MODERNIST IMAGE OF ADAM CLAYTON POWELL, JR.
by Emily Rasiske, dated 1929

An extraordinary and powerful early rare rendering.


"SUNDAY MORNING" by Edmund Marion Ashe
ca. 1929

Painting exhibited: Ferargil Galleries, New York, ca. 1930.

20th Century Landscape Painting by Peter Bela Mayer


"WINTER AFTERNOON" by Peter Bela Mayer
ca. 1918


One of the artist's finest works. A large canvas in pristine condition.

Street Scene - original 20th century painting by Robert Barritt


"FREE MASON ST., NORFOLK, VA" by Robert Barritt
Verso: "Painted Feb. 4, 1935"


A very interesting American Regionalist painting with a Southern subject-matter.

Still Life Painting by Cornelius Hankins


"STILL LIFE" by Cornelius Hankins
ca. 1900


A quality rendering by the artist.


"CHEEKWOOD GARDENS" by Cornelius Hankins
ca. 1934


A view of the gardens at the famed Nashville estate. Called "Cheekwood," the house was built by Leslie Cheek, Sr. (of the Maxwell House coffee fortune). The mansion and gardens were eventually turned into a museum.


"PLIGHT OF THE REFUGEES –POVERTY"
by Morris Topchevsky, dated 1934


A powerful work in the Social Realist genre.

American Folk Art Painting of Two Cows in a Stream


AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTING
ca. 1885


Charming naïve painting of two cows wading in a clear country stream.


“THE SENATE IN SESSION” by Peppino Gino Mangravite
ca. 1926


A political satire no less relevant today than the day the painting was completed


“THE OLD BRIDGE” by Anthony Thieme
ca. 1925


(Dutch-American, 1888 - 1954)

A fine example by a very prominent American artist.  Wonderful brushwork and a rich palette.

Modernist Portrait of Josephine Baker


RARE MODERNIST PORTRAIT OF JOSEPHINE BAKER
Dated verso:  “April 18, 1925.”


Josephine Baker (1906 – 1975) was a Parisian dancer and singer, the most famous American expatriate in France. This is a powerful stylized rendering of the famous entertainer.

Untitled Landscape Painting by William Craig


UNTITLED WATERCOLOR by William C. Craig
Dated 1873


A beautiful 19th Century watercolor painting in pristine condition.


"GLOUCESTER" by Morris Hall Pancoast
ca. 1920


Desirable subject matter, by a well known Cape Anne school painter.


"AT THE OPERA” by Helen Farnsworth Sawyer, N. A.
ca. 1925


A riveting rendering of a hauntingly beautiful woman out for an evening's entertainment.

 

Pastoral Landscape Painting by Edward Gay


“PASTORAL LANDSCAPE” by Edward Gay, N. A.
Dated 1905


A beautiful painting in the Barbizon tradition; an impressively sized canvas by a noted American painter.


“RESTING FOR THE DAY” by Alice Judson
ca. 1925


A pleasing & well painted harbor scene.


“SPANISH LADY OF CALIFORNIA” by Charles Arcieri
ca. 1920


A lovely woman, sitting on a park bench, wearing traditional Spanish garb.


“CALIFORNIA SEASCAPE” by John Califano
ca. 1915


A large & impressive work depicting a pastoral coastal scene.


“LATE AUTUMN LANDSCAPE” by Richard Creifelds
ca. 1910


A pleasing, snowy tonalist landscape.


“REFLECTIONS” by Charles Harsanyi
ca. 1950


A striking modernist landscape reminiscent of Rockwell Kent.


“RAILROAD YARD” by Thomas Attardi
ca. 1930


An interesting industrial scene.

American Impressionist painting by Ernest Roth


“WOMAN WITH PARASOL” by Ernest Roth, N.A.
ca. 1910


An impressionist painting of the famed Luxembourg Gardens.

19th Century Landscape Painting by Charles Chapin



“MOUNTAIN LAKE IN AUTUMN” by Charles Chapin
Dated 1869


A large, well executed painting of New York's Hudson River Valley.


"CALIFORNIA HILLSIDE" by Phil A. Horner
ca. 1940


An intensely colored, evocative watercolor.

 



"WESTERN LANDSCAPE" by Albertus Jones
ca. 1930


A painting of the American West rendered in the "Regionalist" genre.

 



"WITH THE CHICKENS" by George Washington Nicholson
ca. 1870


A charming 19th Century genre painting depicting a couple courting in a barn.

 

UNTITLED LANDSCAPE WITH BRIDGE by William C. Craig
Dated 1871


A meticulously rendered watercolor in a beautiful period frame.
 

UNTITLED LANDSCAPE with Waterfall by William Craig
ca. 1871


A masterfully painted watercolor in an ornate period gold leaf frame (likely to be the original).
 

"CLIPPER SHIP, SEA WITCH" by Hunter Wood
Dated 1936


A very well rendered painting with a maritime theme.  

"WINTER MORNING" by Charles Surendorf
Dated 1949


A rural scene in the Regionalist genre.

"WINTER WOODLAND LANDSCAPE" by Georges Schreiber
Dated 1944


A Regionalist watercolor evocative of Charles Burchfield.

"OLD COUNTRY ROAD, NEW JERSEY" by Richard Hayley Lever, N.A.
Dated 1938


Beautiful brushwork, with heavy impasto.

SPRING MORNING by John Costigan, N. A.
ca. 1927


A large, impressive, painterly rendering depicting the artist's wife and two young children in a bucolic setting.

ON THE POTOMAC by Max Weyl
Dated 1882


A crisp academic rendering.


"MODERNIST STUDY" by Sterling Strauser
Dated 1939


Probably Strauser’s wife, a rare early work by the artist.


"NEEDLEPOINT" by William Gilbert Gaul
ca. 1890


A very interesting Southern scene which was probably rendered during the time he lived in Tennessee.


 

“ON THE HILL” by Walter Emerson Baum
Easton, Pennsylvania, ca. 1929


One of Baum's masterworks.

“WINTER AFTERNOON” by Leighton Cram
Dated 1926


A beautiful scene, rendered with excellent, heavily textural brushwork.

"HORSES IN WESTERN LANDSCAPE" by P. Delfino
ca. 1938


A very well executed watercolor painting, in the Regionalist tradition.

"THE TOWER" by Stanley Bielecky
ca. 1933


An interesting scene, a view of the 1933 World’s Fair, Chicago, Illinois.

“HOT PRETZELS” by Saul Weinstock
ca. 1940


A nostalgic scene depicting a bustling city street.

“STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT” by Cornelius Hankins
ca. 1900


A pleasing still-life painting by noted Nashville artist Cornelius Hankins.


BOAT IN FROM BALTIMORE by Edmund Marion Ashe
ca. 1929

An extraordinary Southern Regionalist painting: a glimpse of the "Old South."


“POT OF TEA AND ICE CREAM” by edmund Marion Ashe
ca. 1920’s


A nostalgic interior scene of a luncheonette from a unique perspective.

“HUNTER WITH MULE” by Edmund Marion Ashe
ca. 1920’s


An iconic scene.

AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTING OF FIVE KITTENS
ca. 1880


A very charming naïve painting in an original gilt frame.
“L’ENUI” (sic) by Evelyn Ruth (Ivey) Peake
dated 1920


A charming work that perfectly captures the melancholy mood for which it is titled by a Memphis, Tennessee artist.
 
AMERICAN NAIVE FOLK ART PAINTING OF PUPPIES
ca. 1880


Wonderfully sentimental 19th Century painting - very desirable subject matter.


Wonderfully sentimental 19W 

 

"SPECIAL 98¢" by Frank Anderson Trapp
ca. 1950

A highly creative mid-century modern painting by an accomplished artist.

   
   
   
   

 

Past Sales


 

"COLORADO MINING TOWN" by Alene Gray Wharton (Conover)
ca. 1930's.

A rare "New Deal" Colorado landscape by a noted Tennessee painter.

A very desireable Southern scene.

SOLD


“The Last Hog” by Edmund Marion Ashe
ca. 1929


A glimpse of life in rural Appalachia during the 1920's.

SOLD

FOLK ART PAINTING - CIVIL WAR ENCAMPMENT
CUMBERLAND GAP, ca. 1860’s


Appears to be a Federal encampment with the overall image probably taken from Pinnacle Overlook.

SOLD

SC SILHOUETTE OF A SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN
by Samuel Metford, ca. 1840


Expertly rendered man with hat, representative of Metford’s best work.  Signed lower right: “Sam’l Metford fecit, Hamburg, SC.”

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USELESS: A MOUNTAIN BOY by Edmund Marion Ashe
ca. 1929


Riveting subject matter, presented in a very painterly way.

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  SOUTHERN PROFILE PORTAITS OF A LADY & A GENTLEMAN
ca. 1825


These portraits are the work of an itinerant Southern artist.  19 pieces attributed to the same hand are currently in the collection of the Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA).

SOLD


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