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Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden
After Thomas Cole
Anonymous, circa 1830-1860


After Thomas Cole        Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden        Anonymous, circa 1830-1860, entire view
This outstanding work displays both folk and academic aesthetic, it is a copy of Thomas
Cole’s [English-born, American, Hudson River School Painter, 1801-1848]. original
work, painted in 1828, entitled Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, now resides at the
Amon Carter Museum in Ft. Worth, Texas; collection of Ima Hogg. The work remains on
original stretcher within original gilt frame; relined, lightly cleaned, extremely minor
touches, overall excellent condition.

Antique Allegorical Painting,  After Thomas Cole        Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden        Anonymous, circa 1830-1860, sans frame

Antique Allegorical Painting,  After Thomas Cole        Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden        Anonymous, circa 1830-1860, river detail

Antique Allegorical Painting,  After Thomas Cole        Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden        Anonymous, circa 1830-1860, clearing detail

Antique Allegorical Painting,  After Thomas Cole        Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden        Anonymous, circa 1830-1860, center detail

Antique Allegorical Painting,  After Thomas Cole        Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden        Anonymous, circa 1830-1860, back view
$7,000.00

1280-1




Title: American Allegorical Painting,
Traditional Hudson River Valley Style
Symbolical Scene, Anonymous
Date/Period: Circa 1860


American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, entire view

Measurement: 43.5 by 33.25” frame, 35.5 by 25.25” sight-size

Material: Oil on canvas

Condition: Excellent condition; mounted on original stretcher, original gold gilt
frame.

Additional Information: A riparian scene, at center is an island with cherubim above
stone stairs leading to a cave with goddess and urn of flames; human figures and
swans at right of stairs…a lone swan on beach, bathers on island shore. A very
individualistic picture. The lighting is almost Turner-erian. We do not recognize the
subject at all, but it seems almost operatic. The cave imagery is almost too specific to
not to be based on some literary or musical source. Another thought…is Fingal's Cave,
Staffa,
[Isle of Staffa, United Kingdom] but this does not explain the various figures the
boat etc. See Isle of the Dead, Arnold Bocklin; Bocklin's painting is later. Researching
the possible sources of inspiration that might yield something. We present this picture
as simply a nice painting!

$2,350.00

754-26


American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, scale view

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, detail view 1

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, detail view 2

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, detail view 3

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, detail view 4

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, detail view 5

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, back view

American Allegorical Painting, Traditional Hudson River Valley Style Symbolical Scene, Anonymous, paper detail



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


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

$2,275.00

424-348




KPM Porcelain Oval Plaque, Finely Painted
Scene of Young Lady Praying
Germany
Circa 1875 to 1900
KPM stamp on verso


KPM Porcelain Oval Plaque, Finely Painted Scene of Young Lady Praying Germany
Circa 1875 to 1900, entire view

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")

$1,350.00

643-10


KPM Porcelain Oval Plaque, Finely Painted Scene of Young Lady Praying Germany
Circa 1875 to 1900, frame view


Painting, Scripture Painting,
Christ Preaching to the Innocents
Probably Hudson Valley Religious School,
possibly Dutch Provencal School
Artist Anonymous, Early to Mid-18th Century
Painting on board, frame is molded & painted with carved & gilt decorated liner



The painting recently conserved and in overall good condition. The frame is period to the painting and likely its original frame. The frame with restoration to three tenon on reverse to stabilize mortise and tenon joints and to liner, front right facing. (Frame: 24.5 by 19.75”, sight-size: 18.5 by 13.75”)

$5,995

107-248



Antique Folk Art Watercolor,
Plenty in Chariot Pulled by Lions
Anonymous, first quarter of 19th century
Watercolor on paper


Antique Folk Art Watercolor, Plenty in Chariot Pulled by Lions  Anonymous, first quarter of 19th century   Watercolor on paper, entire view
An allegorical female is sitting in a chariot drawn by two lions, she is holding a bunch of
grapes and a cornucopia; representing plenty. Likely after an etching or mezzotint titled
PLENTY or PLENTY and PEACE all over the World by P. Gally (1805-1820)
The hand may be compared to Betsy Lathrop (Active NYS, circa 1810-1812) or Eunice
Pinney (1770-1849). Good condition with typical minor toning and foxing.
(Frame: 14" x 14"; view: 12.75" x 12.75")

Antique Folk Art Watercolor, Plenty in Chariot Pulled by Lions  Anonymous, first quarter of 19th century   Watercolor on paper, detail view

Antique Folk Art Watercolor, Plenty in Chariot Pulled by Lions  Anonymous, first quarter of 19th century   Watercolor on paper, back view
$1,685.00

1310-7



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