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Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag,
Bugle, and Drum
Date/Period: 1906


Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, entire view

Measurement: 36-inch by 29-inch view area, 39.25-inch by 32.5-inch frame.

Material: Oil on canvas-board

Condition: Scattered restoration (Blacklight image available)

Additional Information: At the center is a portrait of early 19th century soldier-explorer
Zebulon Pike. Pike is featured in the central medallion with “NOVEMBER 1806 GEN’L
PIKE EXPLORER USA 1806” beneath and a flag, bugle, and drum above. On one side
of the portrait are gold miners, while on the other soldiers’ battle Indians, and in the
background Pikes Peak and Mt. Rosa can be seen. The painting is signed with a
monogram and date “A & B Co / Nov 1906” in the lower right corner. The board is
marked Bainbridge Board Number 80 on the reverse.

$11,750.00

505-168


Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, entire view sans frame

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, scale view

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, detail view 1

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, detail view 2

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, detail view 3

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, detail view 4

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, detail view 5

Portrait of General Zebulon Pike – Explorer, Surmounted…American Flag, Bugle, and Drum, entire view



Lady Liberty, Patriotic Painting on Panel Celebrating America, Liberty & Freedom,
Anonymous
Date/Period: Circa 1815


Lady Liberty, Patriotic Painting on Panel Celebrating America, Liberty & Freedom, Anonymous, entire view 1

Measurement: 8.5" x 7.5" x .75"

Material: Oil paint on white pine panel

Condition: Original untouched condition, scattered minor losses as depicted

Additional Information: America…Goddess of Liberty, an allegorical celebration of the
new nations Independence and Security. The Goddess seated on roiling clouds
supports a shield bearing the arms of the United States while feeding an American
Eagle on the Wing; in her left hand is a staff with Liberty cap. The composition within an
oval border displaying raised bullets [dots]…gilt spandrels ornament the corners. It is
possible that this gem adorned an early piece of firefighting apparatus.

$8,500.00

879-135


Lady Liberty, Patriotic Painting on Panel Celebrating America, Liberty & Freedom, Anonymous, entire view 2

Lady Liberty, Patriotic Painting on Panel Celebrating America, Liberty & Freedom, Anonymous, entire view 3



Portrait, Franklin Pierce, American School
Date/Period: 1850-1860


Portrait, Franklin Pierce, American School, entire view

Measurement: Frame: 15.25" x 13.25"; view: 4.75" x 6.75"

Material: Oil paint on sheet copper

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: A handsome images of Franklin Pierce (November 23, 1804 –
October 8, 1869) who was the 14th president of the United States (1853–1857).

$8,350.00

232-437


Portrait, Franklin Pierce, American School, entire view sans frame

Portrait, Franklin Pierce, American School, back view



Lady Liberty Watercolor, Liberty Cap, Eagle Perched on Shield
Anonymous, signed ML
Circa 1850 to 1900
The emblem of Liberty Holding Rose with Her Companion Bald Eagle on Shield


Lady Liberty Watercolor, Liberty Cap, Eagle Perched on Shield
Anonymous, signed ML
Circa 1850 to 1900, sans frame

(The faux grained frame: 18 by 14"; sight-size: 13.25 by 9.5")

$2,135

232-285


Lady Liberty Watercolor, Liberty Cap, Eagle Perched on Shield
Anonymous, signed ML
Circa 1850 to 1900, scale frame



19th Century Allegorical Painting,
WE OWE ALLEGIANCE TO NO CROWN
Ms. Liberty & War of 1812 Sailor,
Popular Symbol of American Pride
Anonymous, after John Archibald Woodside,
We Owe Allegiance to No Crown - SOLD


19th Century Allegorical Painting, WE OWE ALLEGIANCE TO NO CROWN
Ms. Liberty & War of 1812 Sailor, Popular Symbol of American Pride
Anonymous, after John Archibald Woodside, We Owe Allegiance to No Crown, entire view

Oil on pine panel (Frame: 15" x 10.5"; view: 11" x 6.5")
Lady Liberty with Phrygian hat crowns the sailor valiantly holding the American flag with
a laurel leaf wreath. Depicting the small yet effective US Navy that greatly contributed to
the defeat of Britain [War of 1812] is the small ship in background. The picture displays
well, there appears to be no inpainting; a tight shrinkage fissure was stabilized by
affixing a narrow strip of pine to the verso.

Exhibited: American Visions of Liberty & Freedom at the Virginia Historical Society,
Richmond, Virginia (and seven other museum venues; the painting is published within
the exhibit brochure which is included).


19th Century Allegorical Painting, WE OWE ALLEGIANCE TO NO CROWN
Ms. Liberty & War of 1812 Sailor, Popular Symbol of American Pride
Anonymous, after John Archibald Woodside, We Owe Allegiance to No Crown, entire view sans frame

19th Century Allegorical Painting, WE OWE ALLEGIANCE TO NO CROWN
Ms. Liberty & War of 1812 Sailor, Popular Symbol of American Pride
Anonymous, after John Archibald Woodside, We Owe Allegiance to No Crown, brochure

19th Century Allegorical Painting, WE OWE ALLEGIANCE TO NO CROWN
Ms. Liberty & War of 1812 Sailor, Popular Symbol of American Pride
Anonymous, after John Archibald Woodside, We Owe Allegiance to No Crown, back view

SOLD

424-348





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