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Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871)
Oil on canvas
Remarkable survivors, a successful sea captain, his wife and children


Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), entire view 1

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), entire view 2

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), entire view 3

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), entire view 4

Man & Woman: frame: 38.75" x 31.5"; view: 33.75" x 26.5"; Boys: frame: 34.5" x 29.5"; view: 29.5" x 24.5",
Excellent condition with only the most minor spots of retouch; bright and clean.


Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 1 sans frame

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 1 back

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 1 detail

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 2 sans frame

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 2 back

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 2 detail 1

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school boy 2 detail 2

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school man sans frame

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school man back

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school woman sans frame

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school woman back

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school woman detail 1

Folk Art Portraits, Prior-Hamblin Group, Rare…Family of Four, Large Format
Attributed to William Kennedy (1817-1871), school woman detail 2

$69,500.00

1148-4




Man Holding a Red Bible, Attributed to Royal Brewster Smith, Folk Portrait
Likely Maine, Circa 1830
Oil on canvas


Antique Portrait of a Man Holding a Bible, Attributed to Royal Brewster Smith, Circa 1830, close up view

Literature: Painted by Royall B. Smith by Arthur and Sybil Kern, The Clarion, America’s Folk Art Magazine; pp. 48 to 55.

Exhibited: Where Liberty Dwells: 19th-Centry Art by the American People, Works of Art from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tillou, 1976; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York.

(Very good condition, lined, scattered and minor fill; 30.25 by 25.25”)

$13,800

608-63


Antique Portrait of a Man Holding a Bible, Attributed to Royal Brewster Smith, Circa 1830, entire view
Antique Portrait of a Man Holding a Bible, Attributed to Royal Brewster Smith, Circa 1830, bible detail



Prior, William Mathew (attributed), Reverse Painted on Glass, Portrait of George Washington


Prior, William Mathew (attributed), Reverse Painted on Glass, Portrait of George Washington

After Gilbert Stuart, circa 1855-1865 (Prior, 1806-1873) (Housed in gold painted frame; backboard is new, not examined out of frame;
frame: 23.75" x 27.75": view: 19.75" x 23.75")


Prior, William Mathew (attributed), Reverse Painted on Glass, Portrait of George Washington

Prior, William Mathew (attributed), Reverse Painted on Glass, Portrait of George Washington

Prior, William Mathew (attributed), Reverse Painted on Glass, Portrait of George Washington

Prior, William Mathew (attributed), Reverse Painted on Glass, Portrait of George Washington

$550.00

110-874




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Prior/Hamblen Portrait, Young Boy, Sturtevant Hamblen, Folk Art
Probably Boston Area, Mid 19th Century
Sturtevant J. Hamblen (also Hamblin, William Mathew Prior brother in law)
Typically sensitive and innocent child in plaid jacket
Oil on canvas, original stretcher, within appropriate period frame - SOLD


Prior/Hamblen Portrait, Young Boy, Sturtevant Hamblen, Folk Art
Probably Boston Area, Mid 19th Century, entire view

(Excellent condition; Frame: 22 by 26.25"; view: 15.25 by 19.25")

216-487 - SOLD




William Mathew Prior, Portrait of Mature and Agreeable Lady
Attributed to W.M. Prior (1806 to 1873)
Mid 19th Century
Oil on paperboard, original condition, possibly original frame - SOLD


William Mathew Prior, Portrait of Mature and Agreeable Lady
Attributed to W.M. Prior (1806 to 1873)
Mid 19th Century, scale view

(Frame: 16 by 20"; view: 9.5 by 13.5")

648-3 - SOLD




Portrait of a Boy in Blue
Oil on Canvas
Found In Bennington, Vermont - SOLD


Portrait of a Boy in Blue
Oil on Canvas
Found In Bennington, Vermont, entire view

Oil on canvas portrait of a young boy wearing a blue jacket, large white collar and black bow tie, painted with a faux mat, period gilded frame, very good condition.
(22.25-inches x 19-inches framed, 17.75-inches x 14.5-inches view.)

448-13 - SOLD




Portrait Of Young Woman
William Mathew Prior (1806-1873)
Oil on artist board
- SOLD


Portrait Of Young Woman
William Mathew Prior (1806-1873), entire view

As depicted, attractive young lady.
The work remains in fine original condition and is mounted within period rosewood grain painted frame. (Frame: 15 x 19.25 inches; view: 9.5 x 13.75 inches.)

216-369 - SOLD




Prior-Hamblin School
Portrait of young boy
Oil On Board - SOLD


Prior-Hamblin School
Portrait of young boy
Oil On Board, entire view

As depicted, handsome boy; probably by E.W. Blake of Boston.
Outstanding original condition; mounted within veneered frame.
See: American Naive paintings, National Gallery of Art, active artists of the Prior-Hamblin School, page 308; See Clara Endicott Sears, Some American Primitives, 287, 291; and Nancy Muller, Paintings and Drawings at the Shelburne Museum, number 62.
(Frame: 16.5 x 12.5 inches; view: 13.5 x 9.5 inches.)

216-380 - SOLD




An Attractive Couple
Attributed to William Mathew Prior
Mid-Nineteenth Century - SOLD


An Attractive Couple
Attributed to William Mathew Prior
Mid-Nineteenth Century, entire view

As depicted, an agreeable couple...oil on academy board. Both works remain in fine original condition and are mounted within period mahogany veneer frames.
Dimensions:
Man: Frame: 17 x 21 inches; view: 11.5 x 15.5 inches
Woman: Frame: 17.25 x 21.5 inches; view: 11.5 x 15.75 inches.

467-11 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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