Antique Folk Art Portrait, Full Length Child with Dog, Floor Cloth
James Burroughs, Age 17 Mos. by M. Burroughs, Circa 1830s
Oil on whitewood panel, original frame
The charming blonde boy wearing blue dress is shown within a room with striped floor
cloth and his affectionate pet dog. It is said that the painting was bought from “the”
family in Ashtabula, Ohio more than 30-years ago. Purportedly young James’s image
was painted by his father who also made the frame. Painted on the reverse in large
fanciful script are the subject and painter’s names. Matchbook veneered mahogany
frame featuring burl corner blocks and banding.
(Fine original condition; frame: 41.25 x 31"; view: 33.25 x 23")
Folk Portrait of a Girl in a Pink Dress
Holding a Red Book, Full-length
American School, Painted about 1840
Oil on canvas, housed in a grain painted frame
Ex-collection: Avis and Rockwell Gardiner, Stamford Connecticut;
Judy Lennett, Ridgefield, Connecticut
(The painting is lined and re-stretched; extremely minor restoration;
frame: 55.5" x 33.75"; view: 48" x 26.25")
Antique American Folk Art, ASAHEL LYNDE POWERS, Portrait of Young Man
Probably Vermont, Circa 1825
Oil on poplar board, original frame
The subject is positioned against a brown and mustard background and is seated in a paint decorated windsor chair;
he wears a green coat with prominent brass buttons; underneath the outer coat is a mustard colored waistcoat
with a simple collared shirt turned up under the chin. There is scattered minor retouch to abrasions; nothing significant.
(Frame: 22 by 28.75"; view: 19.5 by 26.5")
19th Century Folk Portrait, in Script on Frame is Found …Oliver Bourne,
Kennebunkport, Maine, Oliver Bourne (1797-1881)
An agreeable gentleman, the painting in very good original condition
Anonymous, Oil on Canvas, likely original Gilt Frame
(Frame: 30.5 x 30.5”; view: 26 x 26.5”)
Antique Pastel Folk Art Portrait of Boy & Pet Dog
Anonymous, 19th Century
This agreeable lad positioned before a landscape offers his pup a treatSOLD
(Minor imperfections that do not distract; mounted within a period gilt frame;
frame: 17 x 19"; view: 14 x 12")
Folk Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing Brown Coat,
American School, Circa 1840
This guy seduces emotional participation,hard edged yet agreeable folk art!
(Shrinkage fissures stabilized with battens; minor fill; 18 x 28.25")
SHELDON PECK (1797–1868)
Portraits of a Man and Woman, Painted About 1828
Oil on wood panel,
25"x 19 15/16”
RECORDED: Marianne E. Balazs, Sheldon Peck, exhibition catalog (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1975-76), the gentleman is number 13; the woman is catalog number 14.
EXHIBITED: Hirschl & Adler Folk, New York, Source and Inspiration, A Continuing Tradition, 1988, pp. 51 no. 27, 34 illus. in color // Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, 1991, American Folk Art, Selections from the Hirschl & Adler Collections, no. 48a
EX COLLECTION: acquired from descendants of the sitters in Cato, New York; to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bury; to [William Samaha, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts]
Sheldon Peck was born in Cornwall, Vermont, one of eleven children of early settlers. It is thought that he received no formal art training, and his works are not signed. However, his portraits are easily identifiable and fall into three distinct stages within his life: Vermont, until about 1827-28; Onondaga County, New York, from 1828 until 1836; and the Chicago, Illinois, area until his death in 1868.
Peck's general portrait style is characterized by rather stiffly posed subjects, a frontal position, prominent staring eyes, and strongly defined facial planes. All his Vermont and New York portraits were painted on wood panels, and most have plain dark backgrounds. This half-length Portrait of a Man was painted while Sheldon Peck was in New York State. This Portrait of a Gentleman from his New York period is one of a group of four family members. Excellent condition…please call or email Dave for more information, 978-597-8084 or email@example.com (1300-2)
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Portrait of Gentleman Seated Before a Draped Window, Garden, Fountain
English School, Circa 1850
The gent is seated in a tall upholstered chair on a marquetry floor; bold blue drape is open to marble floored balcony with wrought iron railing. A white swan swims within a pool with fountain surrounded by garden. Walnut veneered frame joined by corner blocks; darted gilt liner adjacent to ebonized bead. (Very colorful and attractive, scattered minor restoration; lined in 1987;
frame: 17" x 15"; view: 11" x 9").
John Bradley, Portrait of Seated Gentleman Holding Scroll,
Signed Lower Right
September 22, 1834
Oil on Canvas,
back-mark: Prepared by Edward Deciliux / New York
The subject holds an inscribed scroll which is mostly iledgeable, we can read: Captain Ethelbert / September 22, 1834 / Fifth Company...otherwise illegible.
John Bradley was active in the New York City area 1832-1847, works from the 1830s depict residents of Staten Island then known as Richmond Island. Bradley, a portrait and miniature painter is listed in city directories as working in the area which became Houston Street. Most of his paintings including this portrait are signed "I. Bradley" [or John Bradley]. A large tear on the subject's chest was restored, otherwise very good with only typical and minor touches. The stretcher is original with the frame being vintage.
(Frame: 28.75" x 36"; view: 26.25" x 33.5")
Portraits, Sully, Joseph Howard Cromwell (b. 1786) and Margaret Parish Cromwell (b. 1795)
Attributed to Thomas Sully (1783-1872)
Philadelphia, About 1832
Relined on linen canvas with wax-resin adhesive; cleaned, filled, retouched; mounted on second stretcher within new frame (1959).
(Frame: 29.5 x 34.5"; view: 24.5 x 29.5")
Portrait, Folk Art, Full Length, Child with Dog on Portico
American School, Anonymous, 1840s
(Restoration, lined, period frame, original Stretcher; Frame: 29.5 x 36"; view: 23.5 x 29")
Pair of Folk Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman, Attrib. Jacob Bailey Moore
Probably New Hampshire, circa 1845
Jacob Bailey Moore (1815-1893)
Oil on canvas in reproduction veneered frames.
A related pair of portraits attributed to Jacob Bailey Moore are in the collection of The Manchester Historical Association, and illustrated in Robert M. Doty, By Good Hands: New Hampshire Folk Art (Manchester, NH, 1989), p. 26, fig. 26-27. Also see Nina Fletcher Little, “William Matthew Prior and Some of His Contemporaries, Maine Antique Digest, April 1976, and David Krashes, “Understanding the Prior-Hamblin School of Artists a Little Better,” Maine Antique Digest, July 2011.
(Frame: 27.75" x 32.75"; view: 21.75 x 26.75")
Please call for full description, and/or enthusiastic discussion.
Pair of Federal Pendant Portraits, Man and Woman
Anonymous, American School, early 19th century
Oil on canvas
Soberly yet well-dressed, this couple belonged to the rising middle class in post-Revolutionary America. May have been painted following a wedding or to mark a professional success of the husband. The portraits have been lined on canvas and mounted on newish stretchers, otherwise original condition.
(Frame: 30 x 27.5"; view: 22 x 25")
Portrait, Artist with Palette Seated in Side chair, American School
Anonymous, Circa 1820
The subject shown seated in three-quarter view with palate and brushes in hand
(The work was lined, re-stretched and remounted; other minor restoration; it is mounted within a bird’s eye maple frame having a gilt liner. Frame: 30.5 by 35.75"; view: 24 by 29")
Folk Art Portrait, Mother with Child Holding Watch, New England, Circa 1830
Anonymous, Oil on Canvas, Period Gilt Frame
(Relined and is on a new stretcher; minor fill to craquelure all else fine. The period gilt frame measures 28.5” by 34.25”; view area measures: 21.5 by 27.25”.)
Folk Art Portrait, Child in White Dress Seated in Landscape with Waterfalls
Unidentified, circa 1830 to 1840’s
Imagery relates to central/western Massachusetts & Hudson Valley; Albany area
Oil on panel within its period painted frame, traces of gilt [gilt likely later]
(Extremely minor restoration; a few small spots of in-paint limited to background, otherwise the painting is fine and original.
Frame: 31 by 36”, sight-size: 22.5 by 27.5”)
Portrait of Mother and Infant, Belknap, Folk Art
Attributed to Zedekiah Belknap (1781 to 1858)
Oil on Canvas
Portrait of a mother holding her child who is wearing a white dress with blue bows on the shoulder, the mother has a red cape draped over her shoulders and wears a lace bonnet, housed in a gilt frame, the edges of the frame have been painted in yellow ochre, which has also been painted over the back of the canvas, the varnish is raised in some areas of the portrait. The painting remains in original condition with no visible damage or in-painting.
(36.5" by 31.5" framed, 29.5" by 24.5")
Folk Art Portrait of Lady Wearing Bonnet with Yellow Ribbons, Puffy Sleeves
Ruth Whittier Shute
Oil on canvas, turned and split column frame, original stenciled decoration
This portrait has been relined and mounted on a new stretcher; some minor in-painting.
(Frame: 28.5 by 32.5"; view: 22.5 by 26.5")
Portraits, Pair of Folk Art Paintings, Haven and Elizabeth Sargent, I.A. Wetherby
Isaac Augustus Wetherby (1819 to 1904)
Boston, 1845 (by August 15, 1844, he was back in Boston)
Canvases signed front and verso, bold back-marks for Hollis & Wheeler, Boston
See the Business of an American Folk Portrait Painter: Isaac Augustus Wetherby by Michael R. Payne and Susan Rudnick Payne; Folk Art, Magazine of the American Folk Art Museum, Winter 2007.
(Each canvas unlined, minor restoration not effecting subjects; original stretcher; the portraits mounted in new and appropriate gilt frames; frames: 28.5 by 33.75", sight-sizes: 24.75 by 30")
Mr. Haven B. Sargent
Painted March 1845
By I.A. Wetherby
Mrs. Elizebeth W. Sargent
By I.A. Wetherby
Portrait, Simon Adams (1796 to 1847), American School
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
According to a very old label affixed to stretcher, the subject by lineal descent of Timothy Adams was related to Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams.
Born, Carlisle, Massachusetts November 4, 1796
Died, Lowell, Massachusetts, September 7, 1847
Simon Adams represented Lowell in the legislature in 1833
(Original condition including stretcher; frame: 25.5 by 31.75”; sight-size: 23.25 by 29.5”)
Wild Bill Hickok Portrait, Pastel
Unknown Artist, 19th Century
A handsome composition
(Good condition, worked on paper, laid down on canvas, new stretcher and frame; Frame: 24.5 by 19.25", sight-size: 17.5 by 22.75")
Portraits, Folk Art, Reat Family, Ohio, Lot of Three, Original Frames
Sala Bosworth, Itinerant Portrait Artist along Ohio River (1805 to 1890)
Circa 1845 to 1850
Portrait of James Reat (1790-1858) with his body facing almost forward, his gaze toward viewer; his right hand resting on Bible held vertically with spine facing viewer. He wears a black jacket and vest; white shirt and tie. James Reat was born in Maryland in 1790 and died in Illinois in 1858. In 1817, he married Miss Susanna Rodgers in Ohio.
Portrait of Susanna Rodgers Reat (Mrs. James Reat (1796-1868) born in Virginia; died in Illinois; her body facing forward and her gaze directed toward the viewer. She wears a white lace cap tied under her chin; black dress with white lace collar.
Portrait of Miss. Reat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Reat, her body facing forward, her gaze directed toward the viewer. She wears a black dress with a white lace collar and a blue bow. Her dark hair is parted in the middle and two small ringlets frame her face. (There were at least four daughters; "Miss Reat" could be Mary, Hester, Esther, Jemina Ann or Susanna.)
The family is buried in Mound Cemetery, Charleston (Coles Co.) Illinois.
The portraits may be referenced within the Art Inventories Catalog at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. (Extremely minor, about moot bits of in-painting; Mr. Reat' s canvas is unlined and remains of original stretcher; the ladies canvases are lined and mounted on new strainers; all paintings in period ripple-molded frames with gilt-liners; fames may be original; frames: 32.5 by 28", sight-sizes: 28.5 by 23")
Portrait, Lady Wearing Lace Bonnet
Perhaps Vermont or New York
Oil on panel, 20 by 26-inches
An agreeable lady confidently rendered.
The palate is lovely, the work is beautifully modeled and is without compromise.
Nineteenth Century Folk Portrait of Handsome Young Man, Original Condition
American School, Anonymous, Nineteenth Century
The subject positioned before trees, pillar, tassels and drapes
Oil on Panel
(Frame: 18 by 15.5”, sight-size: 14.75 by 12.5”)
Portrait, Full Length Portrait of Child with Dog, Hat and Whip
Anonymous, 19th Century SOLD
(Good condition, wax-lined; scattered and minor in-paint mostly to edges)
Folk Art Portrait, Woman Wearing Red Beads and Earrings
New England, Within the Circle of John Blunt (1795 to 1835)
Oil on canvas, unframed
(Long ago lined, mounted on original stretcher, restored; 25 by 30”)
KPM Porcelain Oval Plaque, Finely Painted Scene of Young Lady Praying
Circa 1875 to 1900
KPM stamp on verso
A beautiful hand-painted plaque depicting a veiled young woman in three-quarter right profile with bouquet of flowers (Oval format; 5 1/8 by 6.75")
Portrait On Panel
Woman Holding Book
Oil on panel
An agreeable bust length portrait of a woman depicted with sloping shoulders wearing a lace collar and bonnet topped with a blue bow, tied with a blue ribbon. The subject holds a copy of The Mother At Home. On the reverse of the board are traces of a sketch in white paint depicting a boy holding a whip, wearing a jacket with two rows of buttons. Two battens on the reverse are original and prevented the panel from serious warping which is so often the case. As depicted, there is a fine craquelure and the expected ever-so-slight bow...no cracks and no apparent restoration to the painting. (23.25-inches x 28.5-inches.)
Interestingly, The Mother At Home or The Principals Of Maternal Duty was written at Worcester, Massachusetts in 1833.
Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes
Joseph Whiting Stock (1815-1855),
Folk Art Portrait,
Young Girl in Blue Dress Against Landscape
A scarcely encountered small format, oil on canvas SOLD
The artist’s 1838 journal records only one canvas measuring 19 by 16-inches; “Jane Livsey, her daughter from corpse do 16 – 19. See page 17, The Paintings and Journal of Joseph Whiting Stock by Juliette Tomlinson.
(Original stretcher, unlined, extremely minor old restoration; Mounted within an appropriate antiques modern frame; Frame: 20 x 23"; view: 19 x 16")
1221-20 - SOLD
Asahel Powers, Folk Portraits on Panel, Daniel Griswold and His Daughter Louisa
Both paintings are oil on panel, each is signed front & back, ages noted
“Painted by Powers & Rice - August 1st 1835 – Daniel Griswold – Tavern Owner W. Springfield”
“Portrait of Louisa Griswold Field / painted in her wedding dress” (later script) - SOLD
Exhibited: Asahel Powers-Painter of Vermont Faces, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum 1973
Published: Little, Nina Fletcher, Asahel Powers-Painter of Vermont Faces. The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1973. Plates 37 & 38, pp. 38 & 39
Discussed in: Lipman, Jean, Armstrong, Tom, American Folk Painters of Three Centuries. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, 1980, page 156
Other references available: including town histories and genealogical – for both the Griswold and Field families. Please call for full description, and/or enthusiastic discussion.
(Minor restoration, original frames; Louisa’s frame: 30 by 36”, sight-size: 27 by 33.5; Daniel’s frame: 29.5 by 36”, sight-size: 26.25 by 33”)
Genre Scene Painting, Showing Drawing to Grandpa, James Clarke Waite (1832-1920)
Waite's work was characterized by great detail and high finish - SOLD
Born at Whitehaven, Cumberland, England; his late career found him in Australia
Waite first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1863; after becoming well known in the north of England as a genre painter, he settled in London in 1869-85, exhibiting over the period 25 works at the Royal Academy, and 117 at Sussex Street. He was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1873.
(Frame: 30 by 26”, sight-size: 24 by 19”)
659-137 - SOLD
Folk Art Portrait, Woman Wearing Puffy Sleeve Dress, Watch on Blue Ribbon
American School, Likely New England, Circa 1830’s - SOLD
(Clean and ready to hang, very minor in-paint; expert repair of small tear, lined, mounted on later stretcher; installed within a period gilt frame.
(Frame: 28 by 32.5"; view: 23 by 28")
311-2 - SOLD
Pair of Nineteenth Century Portraits, Grandmother, Grandfather and Son
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
Colorful three quarter views - SOLD
The verso inscribed in pencil:
Grandmother of J. Rens
Great grandmother of E. & L. Maynard
Adrian Munnick, son of
Great Uncle of
E. & L. Maynard
The lone gentleman identified as Philip Rens
Grandfather of E. & L. Maynard
(Very minor in-paint, couple old and tight repairs to Gramps, else fine.
The modern gilt frames measure: 15 by 17.75"; view: 10.75 by 13.5")
1137-1 - SOLD
Pastel Portrait, Boy in Midshipman Uniform with Sword, Possible Memento Portrait
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD
(Original condition, gilt frame, eglomise mat; frame: 15.25 by 18”, sight-size: 12 by 14.5”)
310-125 - SOLD
Erastus Salisbury Field (1805 to 1900), Pair of Folk Art Portraits, Man and Woman
New England, Circa 1830's
Oil on canvas, likely original gilt frames
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD
(Canvas laid-down on Masonite, scattered retouch, good condition, will greatly benefit from a cleaning (service available); frame: 34 by 40"; view: 28 by 34")
648-8 - SOLD
Folk Portrait, Siblings in Blue, Full Length
Oil on Board - SOLD
Found in Pennsylvania and recently mounted within period gilt frame. The painting is without restoration and exhibits only minor losses as depicted, ready to hang.
(39.5 by 30.5" frame, 35.5 by 26.5" sight-size)
606-32 - SOLD
Portrait of a Boy Holding Book, Benjamin Greenleaf
Attributed to BENJAMIN GREENLEAF (1769 to 1821)
Probably Massachusetts, circa 1818
Oil on canvas, 18 by 15", with original painted and gilt frame - SOLD
This portrait bears a strong relationship to the well-known portrait of Henry Bromfield McCobb painted by Greenleaf in May 1818 in Phippsburg, Massachusetts, see Sotheby's "Important Americana, The Bertram K. Little and Nina Fletcher Little Collection, Part 1," January 29, 1994, lot 277. Although Greenleaf is best known for his reverse paintings on glass depicting three-quarter and profile portraits, a few examples executed on canvas have been recorded. For biographical information on this artist see Arthur B. and Sybil B. Kern, "Benjamin Greenleaf: Nineteenth Century Portrait Painter," The Clarion, spring 1985, pp. 40-47.
Collection Lloyd Goodrich (1898-1987), eminent scholar, author, and curator of American art.
431-73 - SOLD
Folk Art Portrait, Little Girl with Dog, Pastel Crayon, Leather Frame
Pretty blue eyed young lady with her adoring spaniel; original frame - SOLD
(Frame: 18.5 by 22.5"; view: 12 by 16.5")
191-371 - SOLD
Folk Portrait, Lady in Red Dress Holding Book
Anonymous, American School
Oil on canvas, original stretcher, period gilt frame - SOLD
(Original condition, two small punctures restored)
(Frame: 28.75 by 32.25"; view: 22 by 25.25")
448-20 - SOLD
Crayon Portrait, Young Boy in Colonial Dress Holding Flag, Sword, Tricorn Hat
Wet Pastel on paper, laid down on canvas, original stretcher, period gilt frame - SOLD
(Overall: 25 by 20.25; view: 21 by 26")
570-288 - SOLD
Portrait of Gentleman, Signed on Verso
S. Kay Aged 57 Years 1796
W. Murray, Pinx, 1796
Oil on canvas - SOLD
The work remains on original stretcher and is mounted within modern frame; small puncture at stretcher edge, lower right with all else fine.
(Frame: 19.5 by 17.25"; view: 15 by 12.75")
827-4 - SOLD
Portrait of Graceful Young Woman, Half Length in Green Velvet Wrap
English School in the Circle of Frederick Kerseboom (1632 to 1693)
By Family Legend, Nelly Gwyn, Mistress of Charles II
Oil on Canvas - SOLD
An attractive work depicting an elegant lady wearing competently rendered fine and expensive silk, velvet and lace. Shared based on hearsay is that the subject is thought to be Nelly Gwyn, an actress and a mistress of a friend of Charles II who "gave her" to Charles; Charles II dying words were about three of his mistresses - one of them Nell, "Do not let Nell starve". The canvas was mounted on a second canvas and stretcher during the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century; the most minor in-painting to a few scattered abrasions.
(Dimensions: 24.75 by 29.75".)
107-112 - SOLD
Portrait, Lady with Book
Early 19th Century - SOLD
Oil on board in painted frame.
Dimensions: 29 by 35-inch frame, 24 by 30-inch view.
816-5 - SOLD
Pastel Portrait, Two Children Posed with Their Dog, a Spaniel
Circa 1835 to 1845
The paining remains in fine and bright original condition - SOLD
This unsigned work, depicting siblings with beautiful eyes; the girl wearing a white dress and a coral bead bracelet, wears a purse on her side depicting a girl and a sheep, possibly the characters of the nursery rhyme. The boy wears a blue dress with a white lace collar and bodice, and coral bead bracelet, and holds a spaniel on his lap. The work is mounted in a period molded wood frame. There is a very small minor smudge to ear of chair. The right and left edges have a thin strip of paper, approximately 5/8" applied to them, and look to be contemporary with the work. They are barely noticeable unless under very close inspection, minor smudge to ear of chair.
(Dimensions: 27.75 by 29.75" frame, 19.5 by 21.5" sight-size.)
216-434 - SOLD
Zedekiah Belknap, Portrait of Lady
Oil on Wood Panel
Early 19th Century - SOLD
Evident is Belknap's signature style; emblematic traits such as color, detail of costume and hairstyle; the dark outlines, full mouth, sharply outlined eyes and flat ear painted on prepared panel scored with diagonal lines simulating canvas twill. The painting remains in original condition with no visible damage or in-painting. Sitter information, location (NY) and date of 1821 in pencil on verso) (20.75 by 26" unframed)
958-14 - SOLD
Portrait, Beautiful Young Lady, Folk Portrait
Attributed to Asahel Lynde Powers (1813 to 1843)
Oil on canvas - SOLD
Powers, born at Springfield, Vermont likely painted this portrait when traveling the northeast, perhaps at New York State. The vibrant subject displays features attributed to Powers such as black dots on fichu, detail of scarf; hand with floral still life and more. The painting remains on original stretcher and is in excellent condition with only two tiny repaired punctures, all else fine. The portrait is mounted within a period, boldly figured curly maple frame.
Dimensions: 29.5 by 34.75" frame, 23.75 by 29" sight-size.
570-220 - SOLD
Portrait, Josephine Connor
Life Size, at age of three months
John Denny Conner (1820 to 1884)
Fulton County, Illinois
Oil on canvas - SOLD
Bears a hand written label on verso inscribed: "Portrait of Josephine Conner, Life size, at age of three months. Painted by her father, John Denny Conner, at Bloomington, Ill, in the summer of 1846. Josephine Conner, only child of John D. and Minerva Conner, was born June 25, 1846. Died September 9, 1886. Age 40 yrs, . 2 mos. 15 days. I Minerva Louise Atkins, only daughter of Allan C. and Josephine Atkins, became the possessor of this 'picture' in 1886. I bequeath it to my eldest son, Gordon Wayne Moore, with the instruction to hand it down to the eldest child (boy or girl) from one generation to another. I also wish each recipient to affix their name and age also "Date of Death" of preceding possessor. I - Minerva Louisa Atkins Moore (the present possessor); at Bloomington, Ill, Feb 2nd 1878."
The portrait is lined and remains in excellent condition; mounted within a period stenciled block-corner molded frame. Additional information available. (Frame: 14 by 16"; view: 9.5 by 11.5")
826-47 - SOLD
Portrait, Lady in Blue, Pastel
Original frame and condition - SOLD
(Frame: 12.25 by 15.5"; view: 9.5 by 12.75")
545-3 - SOLD
Portrait of a Man
Oil on Board - SOLD
Oil on board bust length portrait of a man wearing a black cravat, wing collar, string for spectacles, in a grain painted frame, some paint loss in lower right corner. (11.75-inches x 16.25-inches framed, 9-inches x 13.5-inches.)
467-12 - SOLD
Portrait of Beautiful Lady in White, Ammi Phillips,
Eliza DuBois [later Mrs. Peter Van Benschoten Fowler; 1801–1866] - SOLD
Oil on canvas, frame: 31.25 x 37"; view: 23.75 x 29.25"
Literature: Magazine Antiques, November 2007, Ammi Phillips’s A Brilliant Formula – Women in White by Joan Brownstein and Bobbi Terkowitz
216-645 - SOLD