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Reward of Merit, Mrs. Bazeley’s Academy, Water Colored, Printed and Penmanship Schenectady, New York… Conferred on Julia A. Jones, December 31, 1838 Designed and Painted by Mrs. Bazeley; Engraved by Kneass & Co. (Chief Engraver U.S. Mint)SOLD


Reward of Merit, Mrs. Bazeley’s Academy, Water Colored, Printed and Penmanship

This Premium conferred on Mifs. Julia A. Jones for punctual attendance, amiable behavior, application and improvement in the various branches of useful & polite Literature taught in the above Seminary

We found many web-posts listing Mrs. A. E. Bazeleya as principal of a female seminary, 31 Washington, Schenectady; also references Bazeley and the Galway Academy; the female department was under the control of Mrs. Bazeley formally of the Brooklyn Collegiate Institute. (The work is properly mounted within an appropriate painted frame that is not period; frame: 13.5 X 12.75”, view: 11.25 X 10.5”)



1221-13SOLD




Cutwork, Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, Mourning Picture by E. Blackman
Circa 1840’s


Antique Cutwork Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, E. Blackman, Circa 1840's, close up view

Neatly compartmentalized rectangular cutwork picture featuring a central monument inscribed in ink “Stephen Anson. Son of Oliver W. & Lucinda Crocker Born April 29 A.D. 1841 Died June 3 A.D. 1842. This lovely babe so young and fair called home by early doom just came to show how sweet a flower in paradise could bloom”. Central motif features a willow tree, bird and a mourning woman leaning on an anchor. The border is outstanding; featuring cutwork cemetery, gravestones, crosses, and tomb-like corner blocks. Bottom right signed in pen “By E. Blackman”. The work is mounted within an early wood frame in gold and black. (Frame: 22.5 by 20”, sight-size: 15 by 13.25”)

$3,950

1194-1


Antique Cutwork Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, E. Blackman, Circa 1840's, entire view
Antique Cutwork Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, E. Blackman, Circa 1840's, mourner detail
Antique Cutwork Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, E. Blackman, Circa 1840's, memorial detail
Antique Cutwork Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, E. Blackman, Circa 1840's, cutwork graves detail
Antique Cutwork Watercolor and Calligraphy Memorial, E. Blackman, Circa 1840's, signature detail



Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree within Landscape
Clement family record, North Middlesex County
Townsend, Massachusetts
Circa 1820


Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree within Landscape

Clement family record, North Middlesex County

Townsend, Massachusetts

Circa 1820, entire view

John Clement married Hanna Pierce March 1805
Their eight children represented within the fruitful tree
The work remains bright; excellent condition including the possibly original enameled and gilt frame. (Dimensions: 21 by 19.25", view: 18 by 16.75")

$10,085

495-5


Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree within Landscape

Clement family record, North Middlesex County

Townsend, Massachusetts

Circa 1820, sans frame
Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree within Landscape

Clement family record, North Middlesex County

Townsend, Massachusetts

Circa 1820, scale view
Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree within Landscape

Clement family record, North Middlesex County

Townsend, Massachusetts

Circa 1820, tree detail 1
Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree within Landscape

Clement family record, North Middlesex County

Townsend, Massachusetts

Circa 1820, tree detail 2



Hatchment, Painted Wood, Bearing Motto, Honesty Defies Fortune
Coat of arms celebrating family distinction and lineage
England, 19th Century


Hatchment, Painted Wood, Bearing Motto, Honesty Defies Fortune

Coat of arms celebrating family distinction and lineage

England, 19th Century, entire view

(Minor imperfections consistent with age, shrinkage and a tad of wood loss at outer left, else fine and original; 12.25 by 12.25")

$650

843-197


Hatchment, Painted Wood, Bearing Motto, Honesty Defies Fortune

Coat of arms celebrating family distinction and lineage

England, 19th Century, shield detail
Hatchment, Painted Wood, Bearing Motto, Honesty Defies Fortune

Coat of arms celebrating family distinction and lineage

England, 19th Century, banner detail



Mourning Picture, Watercolor
New England
Early 19th Century


Mourning Picture, Watercolor

New England

Early 19th Century, entire view

The scene worked within an oval is mounted within a birds-eye maple frame. (Frame: 13.5 x 16.75 inches; view: 9.5 x 12.75 inches)

$675

413-15


Mourning Picture, Watercolor

New England

Early 19th Century, scale view


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