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Title: Antique Folk Art Painting on Panel,
Prized Bull Standing in Stall
Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also,
AJR 1872 on Beam at Left
Date/Period: 1872


Antique Folk Art Painting on Panel, Prized Bull Standing in Stall Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also, AJR 1872 on Beam at Left, entire view 1

Measurement: Frame: 19.75 x 25.25"; view: 13.75" x 19.25")

Material: Oil on panel

Condition: Fine original condition including frame

Additional Information: This wonderful portrait is mounted within original paint
decorated frame.

$4,850.00

879-127


Antique Folk Art Painting on Panel, Prized Bull Standing in Stall Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also, AJR 1872 on Beam at Left, detail view

Antique Folk Art Painting on Panel, Prized Bull Standing in Stall Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also, AJR 1872 on Beam at Left, artist detail

Antique Folk Art Painting on Panel, Prized Bull Standing in Stall Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also, AJR 1872 on Beam at Left, signature detail

Antique Folk Art Painting on Panel, Prized Bull Standing in Stall Illegibly Signed at Lower Left, also, AJR 1872 on Beam at Left, back view



Painting, Folk Art Cat
Circa 1880-1900ish - SOLD


Painting, Folk Art Cat, entire view

Frame: 17.75" x 14"; view: 13.75" x 10"

Oil paint on canvas board

A folksy blue-eyed feline posed on haunches, excellent
original condition. The molded, gesso, and gilt frame appears to be original.

SOLD

1310-99


Painting, Folk Art Cat, back view



Gustav Muss-Armolt, Painting, Alert Wood Duck, Arm & Hammer Bird Trading Cards Illustration
Oil on canvas, frame: 14.75" x 11.75"; view: 11.5" x 8.5"


Gustav Muss-Armolt, Painting, Alert Wood Duck, Arm & Hammer Bird Trading Cards Illustration
Oil on canvas, entire view

Muss-Armolt was born in Tuckahoe, NY, in 1858; died in Avon, Massachusetts
February 9, 1927. He spent most of his professional life in New York City and
Tuckahoe; noted painter of sporting and gun dogs, also painted waterfowl, upland game
and other animal subjects including horses. He served as a director of the American
Kennel Club in New York City from 1906 to 1909. He is well represented in many
museums including the Smithsonian American Art Museum; Muss-Armolt exhibited at
the National Academy of Design in New York City

The painting of a wood duck is the illustration used in the special Gamebird Series
published by Arm & Hammer, a consumer products company. Small advertising cards
depicting this duck and other beautiful gamebirds were created for the Waterfowl
Series. (This one is number 27) Church & Dwight Co. of New York launched the
campaign in the 1880s. The corporate tradition lasted nearly 90 years, these bird
trading cards originally came in Arm & Hammer baking soda boxes and later they could
be ordered by mail. At a time when market gunners were harvesting wild birds for meat
and feathers, the Church & Dwight bird cards featured the theme “Useful birds of
America” and a simple message: “For the good of all do not destroy the birds.” Each
card carried a short interesting paragraph about the natural history of the bird portrayed.
(Original condition; frame rub and minor paint loss due to frame rabbet rub at extreme left)


Gustav Muss-Armolt, Painting, Alert Wood Duck, Arm & Hammer Bird Trading Cards Illustration
Oil on canvas, entire view sans frame

Gustav Muss-Armolt, Painting, Alert Wood Duck, Arm & Hammer Bird Trading Cards Illustration
Oil on canvas, artist signature detail

Gustav Muss-Armolt, Painting, Alert Wood Duck, Arm & Hammer Bird Trading Cards Illustration
Oil on canvas, back view

$13,100

1310-51




19th Century Folk Art, The Unwelcome Guest,
Girl Holding Rose with Dog
By D.B.S. Lyons, Watercolor on Thin Brushed Cotton,
Mounted on Paper


19th Century Folk Art, The Unwelcome Guest, Girl Holding Rose with Dog
By D.B.S. Lyons, Watercolor on Thin Brushed Cotton, Mounted on Paper, entire view

The picture is mounted within reddish-brown painted and splined frame.
(Frame: 5.125" x 5.125"; view: 3.125" x 3.125")


19th Century Folk Art, The Unwelcome Guest, Girl Holding Rose with Dog
By D.B.S. Lyons, Watercolor on Thin Brushed Cotton, Mounted on Paper, entire view

$1,650.00

632-80




18th Century Dutch Watercolor, Travelers, Herdsman
Anonymous
Watercolor on paper, brilliant color


18th Century Dutch Watercolor, Travelers, Herdsman
Anonymous
Watercolor on paper, brilliant color, entire view

Drovers driving cattle and sheep, a man approaches a thatched roof dwelling by
crossed a stream on footbridge perhaps to arrange lodging, beautifully rendered trees
and sky. Excellent condition with extremely minor light water spotting/staining at top
center margin, else fine. (Frame: 26" x 22"; view: 16.25" x 20.25")


18th Century Dutch Watercolor, Travelers, Herdsman
Anonymous
Watercolor on paper, brilliant color, back view

$1,450.00

786-14




Vintage Folk Art, Pastel of Cat Named Pumpkin
Anonymous, First Half of 20th Century


Vintage Folk Art, Pastel of Cat Named Pumpkin
Anonymous, First Half of 20th Century, entire view

(Frame: 19.25" x 11.5"; view: 17.25" x 9.5")


Vintage Folk Art, Pastel of Cat Named Pumpkin
Anonymous, First Half of 20th Century, back view

$950.00

1283-64




Antique Pastel, Mischievous Puppy with Lace Kerchief
Anonymous, Circa 1870
Fluffy bright-eyed puppy plays with textile of colorful carpet


Antique Pastel, Mischievous Puppy with Lace Kerchief
Anonymous, Circa 1870
Fluffy bright-eyed puppy plays with textile of colorful carpet, entire view

(Fine condition, mounted with period gilt frame frame-21.75" x 18" x 2.25")


Antique Pastel, Mischievous Puppy with Lace Kerchief
Anonymous, Circa 1870
Fluffy bright-eyed puppy plays with textile of colorful carpet, back view

$1,600.00

1280-3




Locomotive, Mixed Media Painting
Hinkley & Dury's Works, Boston and Fitchburg Railroad
American, 19th C., Signed T.F. Ramsay 1877 to 1888 (lr)
Painted pigment, applied gilt foil paper accents and wood rail on academy board


Locomotive, Mixed Media Painting, Hinkley & Dury's Works, Boston
Fitchburg Railroad
American, 19th Century, Signed T.F. Ramsay 1877 to 1888, entire view

Holmes Hinkley and Gardner P. Drury built stationary engines and began building locomotives 1840. According to inscriptions the locomotive was built in 1846, and later rebuilt at the Fitchburg Railroad repair shop in 1866. Period molded wood frame, gilt liner. (Good condition, subtle surface grime and stray marks; Frame: 20.5 by 15.5"; view: 16.5 by 11.5)

$1,725

232-314


Locomotive, Mixed Media Painting, Hinkley & Dury's Works, Boston
Fitchburg Railroad
American, 19th Century, Signed T.F. Ramsay 1877 to 1888, scale view
Locomotive, Mixed Media Painting, Hinkley & Dury's Works, Boston
Fitchburg Railroad
American, 19th Century, Signed T.F. Ramsay 1877 to 1888, detail view 1
Locomotive, Mixed Media Painting, Hinkley & Dury's Works, Boston
Fitchburg Railroad
American, 19th Century, Signed T.F. Ramsay 1877 to 1888, detail view 2
Locomotive, Mixed Media Painting, Hinkley & Dury's Works, Boston
Fitchburg Railroad
American, 19th Century, Signed T.F. Ramsay 1877 to 1888, detail view 3



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