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Portrait of a Gentleman, American School, Eighteenth Century
Unknown Painter, Late 18th Century
The gentleman wears a powdered wig and green frock coat - SOLD


Portrait of a Gentleman, American School, Eighteenth Century
Unknown Painter, Late 18th Century, scale view

Oil on canvas, mounted within gilt-wood and gesso Rococo frame
(Relined, minor retouch, frame with scattered minor gilt and gesso losses; frame: 29.5 by 34.25"; view: 21.75 by 27")

549-23 - SOLD




Folk Portrait, Seated Gentleman
American School, circa 1820 - SOLD


Folk Portrait, Seated Gentleman
American School, circa 1820, entire view

Watercolor on paper (Frame: 10.25" x 10.25"; view: 7.25" x 7.25")
The work is mounted with a molded and painted frame of the period.


Folk Portrait, Seated Gentleman
American School, circa 1820, entire view sans frame

Folk Portrait, Seated Gentleman
American School, circa 1820, back view

SOLD

659-208




American School, 19th Century Portrait of Jerusha Spencer, Hartford, Connecticut - SOLD


American School, 19th Century Portrait of Jerusha Spencer, Hartford, Connecticut, entire view 1

Measurement: Frame: 23.5" x 28.5"; view: 17.5" x 22.5"

Material: Oil on panel, contemporary gilt frame

Condition: Repairs to panel splits, scattered fill, displays well

Additional Information: The subject, attractive and stylish, conveying a pleasant demeanor
wears a lace fichu and off-the-shoulder red scarf and tortoiseshell comb in her hair.

SOLD

1220-2




Folk Art portrait, Handsome Gentleman Seated in paint Decorated Windsor Chair
Date/Period: Circa 1810 - SOLD


Folk Art portrait, Handsome Gentleman Seated in paint Decorated Windsor Chair, entire view

Measurement: 24" x 30"

Material: Oil on canvas

Condition: Scattered minor retouch and varnishing, wax lined, original stretcher

Additional Information: The agreeable well-dressed sitter with big brown eyes is quite
handsome as is the chair in which he sits…

SOLD

431-130




19th Century Folk Art Portrait, Young Man
Anonymous, circa 1810-1820
Oil on canvas - SOLD


19th Century Folk Art Portrait, Young Man
Anonymous, circa 1810-1820
Oil on canvas, entire view

An agreeable and handsome young man depicted with hand-in-waistcoat [Napoleonic
style]. The porthole picture remains in fine untouched condition, original pine stretcher;
frame also appears to be original and is outstanding.
(Frame: 28.75" x 33.75"; view; 22.75" x 27.75")

SOLD

346-49




New England Folk Art Portrait, Young Gentleman, Sprigged vest
Date/Period: 1840s - SOLD


New England Folk Art Portrait, Young Gentleman, Sprigged vest, entire view

Measurement: Frame: 25" x 29"; view: 21.5" x 25.5"

Material: Oil on canvas

Condition: Excellent, no inpainting, relined on original stretcher

Additional Information: This handsome and agreeable fellow by anonymous artist
wears a great double-breasted vest sprigged in yellow and black; and black waistcoat.
The subject is positioned against a column. The portrait is mounted within a custom
frame [old] painted red with trim to match subjects vest, dry flat patina.

SOLD

1287-6




19th Century American School Portrait of Handsome Gentleman in Black Jacket
Anonymous
A striking composition apparently by an artist
with some training - SOLD


19th Century American School Portrait of Handsome Gentleman in Black Jacket Anonymous A striking composition apparently by an artist with some training, entire view

(Very Minor scattered in-paint, lined and mounted on original stretcher; modern frame; overall: 37 by 31.75”)

SOLD

1208-18




Portrait, Lady at Tea Table with Red Book, Saber Leg Chair, Puffy Sleeves
British School, Late 1830’s, Probably Original Frame
Opaque Watercolor - SOLD


Antique Portrait of a Lady at a Tea Table, British School, Late 1830's, entire view

(14.5 by 12.5”)

659-93 - SOLD




Opaque Watercolor Painting, Courtesan Lady, Chinese, 19th Century
Original Frame, Circa 1850 - SOLD


Antique Opaque Watercolor Painting of Chinese Courtesan Lady, Circa 1850, entire view

(Minor restoration; 27 by 21”)

659-89 - SOLD




American School Portrait, Man in White Collar and Dark Jacket
Anonymous, Circa 1800ish - SOLD


Antique Portrait of Man in White Collar, Anonymous, Circa 1800, close up view

(Not examined out of frame, very old, small, and minor retouch; frame: 23 by 27.75”, sight-size: 20 by 24”)

521-1 - SOLD




Pair of Portraits, Man and Woman, Oil on Poplar Panels, Nice Smallish Size
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
The subjects positioned before landscape views - SOLD


Pair of Antique Oil on Panel Portraits, Early 19th Century, with ruler for scale

(Scattered and minor tint loss, extremely minor in-paint, else fine; mounted in period birds eye maple frames (not original); 16.25 by 19.5".)

1123-1 - SOLD




Pastel Portrait of Gentleman, Carved and Parcel Gilt China Trade Frame
Early 19th Century
Anonymous
A handsome and agreeable subject - SOLD


Pastel Portrait of Gentleman, Carved and Parcel Gilt China Trade Frame
Early 19th Century, entire view

(Not examined out of frame; 15.5 by 14" frame, 9.25 by 7.25" sight-size)

336-136 - SOLD




Portrait of Woman in Lace Bonnet and Fichu
England
18th Century
Oil on Oak Panel within Gold Frame of the Period - SOLD


Portrait of Woman in Lace Bonnet and Fichu
England
18th Century, scale view

Original Condition (Frame: 13.75 by 11.5"; view: 10 by 7.75")

648-2 - SOLD




Portrait, Handsome Gentleman
Anonymous
Circa 1830's
Oil on walnut panel - SOLD


Portrait, Handsome Gentleman
Anonymous
Circa 1830's, entire view

Dimensions: 12.75 by 15.25" frame, 8.75 by 11.5" sight-size.

1010-1 - SOLD




Portrait, Spotted Fawn at Stream, Indian Maiden
Oil on Panel
Anonymous
19th Century
A colorful oil on canvas, unsigned, that may be compared to several similar depictions by George Winter (1810 to 1876) - SOLD


Portrait, Spotted Fawn at Stream, Indian Maiden
Oil on Panel
Anonymous
19th Century, scale view

An Indian maiden in the forest, balanced on a rockery as she crosses stream. See The Art of George Winter by Cooke and Ramadhyani (Indiana Historical Society, 1993), in which another version of the Spotted Fawn is illustrated. Winter was fond of the subject, creating several versions. (We have handled one other.)
The canvas and stretcher displays the back-mark of M.F. Reynolds, Artists and painters Warehouse, Buffalo Street, Rochester, N.Y. There are losses to the original gesso and gilt frame; painting remains in excellent original condition.
(Frame: 17.5 by 15.5"; view: 11.5 by 9.5")

818-29 - SOLD




Portraits, Pair, Man and Woman, Pastel
Anonymous
Circa 1810 to 1820
Pastel crayon and pencil - SOLD


Portraits, Pair, Man and Woman, Pastel
Anonymous
Circa 1810 to 1820, pair view

The gentleman remains in very good condition with only some toning possibly caused by moisture above his head; it appears that the lady's lips are restored, also water staining beneath right-proper eye and a paper crease above shoulder that travels from left-halfway to right. Actually they are quite attractive on the wall.
Mounted on stretcher (18.25 by 22.25" frame, 11.5 by 15.5" sight-size.)

431-59 - SOLD




Painting, Black Americana
Anonymous
Circa 1890
Oil on oak panel - SOLD


Painting, Black Americana
Anonymous
Circa 1890, entire view

As depicted, typical of the period yet with pleasing and sensitive attitude. Excellent condition. (Frame: 21.75 x 16.75 inches; view: 15.75 x 10.75 inches)

913-96 - SOLD




Pair of 18th Century Portraits, Elegant Man and Woman, Competently Rendered
Anonymous, Continental
Oil on Canvas - SOLD


Antique Pair of Portraits of an Elegant Couple, Anonymous, 18th Century, pair view

(Relined and mounted on updated stretcher during the 19th century; a few extremely minor scattered spots of glazing; no frames, 23” by 28”)

648-16 - SOLD




Portrait of a Man Holding a Telescope
Anonymous
18th Century
Elegantly dressed self assured gentleman - SOLD


Portrait of a Man Holding a Telescope
Anonymous
18th Century, entire view

(Excellent condition, original stretcher, never relined, extremely minor "touches". Dimensions: 34.75 by 30.75".)

843-188 - SOLD




Portrait, Noble Gentleman in Gray
America or England
Circa 1720 to 1730
Oil on Canvas - SOLD


Portrait, Noble Gentleman in Gray
America or England
Circa 1720 to 1730, entire view

The confident subject within feigned oval architectural cartouche, depicted before a landscape, looks directly at the viewer. The gentleman in full wig wears a ruffled cravat, blue shirt and gray silk coat. The painting was lined and stretched during the 19th century; some in-painting mostly confined to areas of stretcher otherwise extremely minor.
(Dimensions: 29.5 by 24.75".)

786-8 - SOLD




Eighteenth Century Portrait, Clergy Wearing Preaching Bands
Anonymous
Original carved, painted and parcel gilt frame - SOLD


Antique Portrait of Clergyman Wearing Preaching Bands, 18th Century, close up view

(Lined and remounted during the 19th century, restoration; frame: 34 by 39.5”, sight-size: 24 by 30”)

1140-2 - SOLD




Federal Period Portrait, Agreeable and Handsome Gentleman, American School
Anonymous, oil on panel - SOLD


Antique Federal Period Portrait of a Handsome Gentleman, American School, close up view

(Looks great under black-light, modern frame; frame: 25 by 30"; view: 21 by 25.5")

414-66 - SOLD




Portrait, Gentleman Wearing Half Armor under Blue Coat
English
Late 17th to Early 18th Century - SOLD


Portrait, Gentleman Wearing Half Armor under Blue Coat
English
Late 17th to Early 18th Century, entire view

The canvas was re-stretched during the 19th century; minor in-painting mostly limited to stretcher rub. Dimensions: 29.75 by 35" frame, 23.25 by 28.75" sight-size.

107-134 - SOLD




Portrait of a Gentleman, Bad Hair Day Artist
Connecticut or New York State
Anonymous
Circa 1805
Oil on canvas, 24.5 by 20.5" - SOLD


Portrait of a Gentleman, Bad Hair Day Artist
Connecticut or New York State
Anonymous
Circa 1805, entire view

Other portraits by the hand of this unknown, yet accomplished painter are found in the collections of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection in Colonial Williamsburg and in private collections. The artist combined his knowledge of Neoclassical American portrait painting, as it was practiced in Connecticut and New York by artists such as Trumbull and Vanderlyn, with vernacular traditions of itinerant New England and New York painters-such as Ammi Phillips in his Border Limner period-and a heavy dash of his own individuality. The result is an engaging and memorable eccentric portrait that has such a particular quality that his work can be attributed from collection to collection. In addition, it is an early-American tonsorial masterpiece. Barbara Luck at the AARFAC has related three other male portraits to this one; see Gentleman Farmer, plate 202 on page 222 of Beatrix Rumford, American Folk Portraits. Also see the catalog by the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts, Early Arts of the Genesee Valley, 1974, plate 8, Gentleman with Ledger, oil on wood panel, dated 1823. There is a portrait of Ebenezer Mack of Ithaca, New York, which was published in the Maine Antiques Digest, May 1994, page 15E; this is the best documented painting from the group having come directly from the Mack House in Ithaca. In addition to the preceding portraits, the portrait of John Lent, oil on canvas, probably from Leroy, New York, is illustrated on page 24 of Early Arts of the Genesee Valley. All of these portraits are distinguished by unruly hair. The similarity of the five paintings and their slight differences suggest a single hand developing through time from a country limner to a somewhat more sophisticated painter. Childs Gallery to Private Collection (Extremely minor touches; remounted on masonite)

413-29 - SOLD




Portrait, American School
Mid Nineteenth Century
Oil on Canvas - SOLD


Portrait, American School
Mid Nineteenth Century
Oil on Canvas, entire view

Gentleman with rolled paper positioned before a curtain with a vista to classical building. There is a plate suggesting that to subject is a politician named Woodfin who was a member of the West Virginia Legislature. (Building looks like the Virginia Capital) Dimensions: 36.5 by 41.5" frame, 24.5 by 29.5" sight-size.

883-1 - SOLD




Portrait of a Gentleman, Head and Shoulders, Bewigged
Late 17th Century
Anonymous
Oil on Canvas - SOLD


Portrait of a Gentleman, Head and Shoulders, Bewigged
Late 17th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 30.5 by 35.5" frame, 24.5 by 29.5" sight-size.

786-6 - SOLD




Portrait, Lady in Red
England
Circa 1740
Anonymous
Oil on canvas - SOLD


Portrait, Lady in Red
England
Circa 1740, entire view

A framed oil on canvas bust portrait of beautiful young woman in a red dress. Frame plate engraved Thomas Hudson 1701-1799. The work was relined during the nineteenth century and is mounted within a good carved and gilt frame; excellent condition. Dimensions: 32 by 37" frame, 23.75 by 29" sight-size.

786-5 - SOLD




Mid 18th Century Portrait of Bewigged Gentleman
Anonymous, Circa 1750
Oil on canvas - SOLD


Antique Portrait of Bewigged Gentleman, Oil on Canvas, Circa 1750, close up views

An agreeable gentleman within spandrels
(Relined and installed on new stretcher during the 19th century; frame: 34 by 29"; view: 23.75 by 28.75")

997-25 - SOLD




Portrait of Gentleman, Mounted Within Carved and Gilt Frame
Anonymous, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Portrait of a Gentleman in Carved and Gilt Frame, 18th Century, close up view

(Minor restoration, lined, else fine; overall 31 by 26.5”)

1146-1 - SOLD




American School Folk Portrait, Young Man Seated in Paint Decorated Chair
Anonymous, 1830ish
Stylish, handsome and agreeable - SOLD


Antique Folk Portrait of Seated Young Man, American School, 1830ish, close up view

(Lined, new stretcher, minor infill; mounted within an outstanding modern paint-decorated frame measuring: 35 by 28"; view: 27 by 20")

606-103 - SOLD




Portraits, Man and Woman, Fine Clothing, Jewelry and Books
Continental, Possibly Belgium
Anonymous
1774
Oil on canvas - SOLD


Portraits, Man and Woman, Fine Clothing, Jewelry and Books
Continental, Possibly Belgium
Anonymous
1774, entire view

Portrait of a Woman wearing large necklace, holding book, the inscription beside her AEt: 50. Ao: 1774 indicate her age and possibly provide a time range for the age of the painting; the herald is unidentified. The agreeable gentleman is seated at a green cloth covered table and is also depicted with a book. (Both canvases have been relined and restored, in-painting, the lady to a greater degree; frames: 31.5 by 39", sight-sizes: 25.5 by 32.25")

925-6 - SOLD




Portrait, Young Gentleman at Table, Leather Bound Journals and Quill Pen
American School
Anonymous
Circa 1810 - SOLD


Portrait, Young Gentleman at Table, Leather Bound Journals and Quill Pen
American School
Anonymous
Circa 1810, entire view

Competently rendered, agreeable subject, mounted in period frame, no in-painting
(Frame: 31.75 by 36.5"; view: 24.75 by 29.5")

497-96 - SOLD




Portrait, Lady in Blue
Circa 1770 to 1780 - SOLD


Portrait, Lady in Blue
Circa 1770 to 1780, entire view

Oil on canvas, painting has been restored but appears to be on original stretcher.
Dimensions: 23.25 by 30".

786-4 - SOLD




Portrait
Marietta Jarvis (1785-1843)
Anonymous
Oil on canvas - SOLD


Portrait
Marietta Jarvis (1785-1843)
Anonymous, entire view

An attractive woman wearing lace bonnet and collar. Remaining in fine original condition including stretcher and painted frame.
Dimensions: 32.75 by 37.75-inch frame, 25 by 30-inch sight-size.

359-2 - SOLD




Folk Art, Profile Portrait, Gentleman Positions before Curtained Window, Lighthouse
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Folk Art, Profile Portrait, Gentleman Positions before Curtained Window, Lighthouse, entire view

Measurement: Frame Diameter: 4"; view diameter: 2.5"

Material: Watercolor, pencil on paper, walnut frame

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: A crisp image of handsome gentleman positioned against a
colorful Background.

SOLD

843-331




Miniature Portrait, Gentleman,
Black & Yellow Checkered Vest
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
Watercolor - SOLD


Miniature Portrait, Gentleman, Black & Yellow Checkered Vest
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
Watercolor, entire view

This handsome and agreeable gentleman with tawny color hair and matching eyes is
positioned against a lightly stippled background. The work is mounted within a brass
frame featuring canted front edges. Fine condition; nice size for wearing or hanging.
(1.75" x 2.25")

SOLD

1210-30




19th Century Portrait of Black Gentleman
American School, Mr. Baltimore
Watercolor on paperboard
10 by 8.5-inches (frame: 13 by 12”) - SOLD


Antique Watercolor Portrait of a Black Gentleman, 19th Century, close up view

Inscribed in pencil on back of the wood frame, Colored man named Baltimore/lived in Troy, NY. Other portraits by this yet to be identified artist are found in the Karolik Collection, the Garbisch Collection; also, Sotheby Parke Bernet Americana Sale, New York, April 27, 29, and 30, 1997; lots 428, 429, 430, and 431.

1125-1 - SOLD




Pr of Early 19th C. American Watercolor Portraits
Man and Woman
Pennsylvania Origin, Ex Anita and Irvin Schorsch - SOLD


Antique Pair of Watercolor Portraits of a Man and Woman, 19th Century, pair view

(Frames re-gilt; Frame: 6.5 by 7.25”, sight-size: 4 by 5”)

270-128 - SOLD




Portraits, Miniature, Pair, British Officer and Wife
Oil on Paper on Jute Backing
Anonymous, Illegibly Signed, 18th Century
Later Frames - SOLD


Portraits, Miniature, Pair, British Officer and Wife, Oil on Paper on Jute Backing
Anonymous, Illegibly Signed, 18th Century, entire view

Good condition, appears to be no restoration; one examined out of frame.
(Frame: 4.75 by 5.5", sight-size: 3.25 by 2.75")

1071-5 - SOLD




Folk Portrait, Watercolor,
Woman Wearing Bonnet and Blue Dress
Anonymous
19th Century - SOLD


Folk Portrait, Watercolor, Woman Wearing Bonnet and Blue Dress
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

Mounted within paint decorated frame, some toning and foxing
(Frame: 10.5 by 13.25", sight-size: 7 by 9.75")

536-34 - SOLD




Folk Portrait, Watercolor, Woman Holding Flower
Full Length
Anonymous, 19th Century - SOLD


Folk Portrait, Watercolor, Woman Holding Flower, Full Length
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

Mounted within painted frame; toning, scattered foxing and soiling consistent with age
(Frame: 11 by 13", sight-size: 7 by 9.5")

536-35 - SOLD




Portrait, Brother and Sister with Doll and Dog, Shown in Landscape
Anonymous
19th Century
A competent rendering - SOLD


Portrait, Brother and Sister with Doll and Dog, Shown in Landscape
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

Mounted within paint decorated frame; not examined out of frame.
(Frame: 14.5 by 12.5"; view: 11.75 by 9.75")

240-192 - SOLD




PORTRAIT...Sisters
Anonymous
Circa 1820
Oil on pine panel - SOLD


PORTRAIT...Sisters
Anonymous
Circa 1820, entire view

A lovely, small portrait of sisters in white dresses and red sashes posed in an unusual outdoor setting. Very good original condition. (5.75 x 6.25 inches.)

310-76 - SOLD




Folk Art Double Portrait, Mother and Child Holding Watch
New England, Circa 1830
Anonymous, Oil on Canvas, Period Gilt Frame - SOLD


Antique Folk Art Portrait of Mother with Child, New England, Circa 1830, close up view

(Relined and is on a new stretcher, minor fill to craquelure all else fine. The period gilt
frame measures 28.5” x 34.25”; view area measures: 21.5 x 27.25 inches.)

SOLD

608-53




Folk Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing Brown Coat,
American School, Circa 1840 - SOLD


Folk Portrait of a Gentleman Wearing Brown Coat,
American School, Circa 1840, entire view

This guy seduces emotional participation,hard edged yet agreeable folk art!
(Shrinkage fissures stabilized with battens; minor fill; 18 x 28.25")

SOLD

216-642




Folk Art Portrait, Woman Wearing Puffy Sleeve Dress, Watch on Blue Ribbon
American School, Likely New England, Circa 1830’s - SOLD


Antique Folk Art Portrait of Woman in Puffy Sleeve Dress, Circa 1830's, with ruler for scale

(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


Antique Pair of 19th Century Portraits of Grandparents and Their Son, with ruler for scale

The verso inscribed in pencil:

Henrietta Munnick
Grandmother of J. Rens
Great grandmother of E. & L. Maynard

Adrian Munnick, son of
Henrietta Munnick
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




Folk Portrait, Lady in Red Dress Holding Book
Anonymous, American School
1830's
Oil on canvas, original stretcher, period gilt frame - SOLD


Folk Portrait, Lady in Red Dress Holding Book
Anonymous, American School
1830's, entire view

(Original condition, two small punctures restored)
(Frame: 28.75 by 32.25"; view: 22 by 25.25")

448-20 - SOLD




Portrait, Lady with Book
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Portrait, Lady with Book
Early 19th Centur, entire view

Oil on board in painted frame.
Dimensions: 29 by 35-inch frame, 24 by 30-inch view.

816-5 - SOLD




Portrait, Lady in Blue, Pastel
Anonymous
1820's
Original frame and condition - SOLD


Portrait, Lady in Blue, Pastel
Anonymous
1820's, entire view

(Frame: 12.25 by 15.5"; view: 9.5 by 12.75")

545-3 - SOLD




Watercolor Portraits, Pair, Man and Woman, English School
Anonymous, Early 19th Century
Likely original rosewood frame with gilt liner and matt - SOLD


Watercolor Portraits, Pair, Man and Woman, English School
Anonymous, Early 19th Century, entire view

(Frame: 14.25 by 12”, sight-size: 9.25 by 11.5”)

SOLD

1111-24




Miniature Portrait, Blue Eyed Reverend
Anonymous, circa 1800ish - SOLD


Miniature Portrait, Blue Eyed Reverend 
Anonymous, circa 1800ish, entire view

In pencil on verso: Dr. Hooker
(Lovely modern frame: 4" x 3.25"; view: 2.75" x 2”.
Not examined out of frame.)

SOLD

849-98




Folk Portrait of Woman Holding Red Book, Annotations on Verso Mrs. Campbell, Artist, Bangor, Maine - SOLD


Folk Portrait of Woman Holding Red Book, Annotations on Verso

The artist information and address along with other notes are found on the reverse. We suspected English School, with the noted information, perhaps Anglo-American. The work is mounted within a period frame featuring a blonde finish and gilt liner.
(frame: 5.75 x 7"; view: 4.25 x 5.5")

SOLD

862-18




Period Folk Art Portrait, Signed J.A. Davis, Watercolor, Man Holding Book
Mr. Stephen N. Tingley 1839, Signed "By J.A. Davis" Along the Lower Edge. - SOLD


Period Folk Art Portrait, Signed J.A. Davis, Watercolor, Man Holding Book
Mr. Stephen N. Tingley 1839, Signed 'By J.A. Davis' Along the Lower Edge, entire view

(Jane Anthony, b. 1821, d. 1855)
Watercolor and pencil on paper; mounted within paint decorated frame,
view: 7 5/8 x 5.5”., frame: 9.75 x 7.75”. Condition: Minor toning, water staining at lower edge.

Provenance: Don Walters, Goshen, Indiana, October 26, 1984.

Literature: The Old Print Shop Portfolio, vol. XIX, no. 32, May 1960; exhibition catalog forThree New
England Watercolor Painters, 1974, p. 48; also…Arthur and Sybil Kern, "J.A. Davis: Identity Reviewed,"
The Clarion, Summer 1991, p. 42.

Exhibitions: Three New England Watercolor Painters, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois,
November 16-December 22, 1974; St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, January 17-March 2, 1975;
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 25
-May 11, 1975; Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, June 1-September 1, 1975.

SOLD

216-648



Folk Portrait, Watercolor, Girl with Parrot, Seated in Decorated Chair
Anonymous
19th Century
Titled, "You Rogue!" - SOLD


Folk Portrait, Watercolor, Girl with Parrot, Seated in Decorated Chair
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

Mounted in black painted frame, not examined out of frame
(Frame: 7 by 8.5", sight-size: 4.25 by 6")

SOLD

536-32




Folk Art Portrait, Watercolor, Profile,
Best Mustard Yellow Painted Frame
New England, circa 1820-1830
Handsome blue-eyed gentleman, the portrait within original frame [and glass] - SOLD


Folk Art Portrait, Watercolor, Profile, 
Best Mustard Yellow Painted Frame
New England, circa 1820-1830, entire view

(Fine Condition; frame: 4.25 x 5"; view: 2.75 x 3.5")

1210-2 - SOLD




Portrait of Gentleman Artist at Easel with Paint Palette, Watercolor
Anonymous
19th Century - SOLD


Portrait of Gentleman Artist at Easel with Paint Palette, Watercolor
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

(Frame; 11.5 by 10"; view: 7.5 by 6")

191-413 - SOLD




Portrait of Handsome Gentleman, Profile, Blue Coat, Red Collar
New England
Anonymous
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Portrait of Handsome Gentleman, Profile, Blue Coat, Red Collar
New England
Anonymous
Early 19th Century, entire view

Watercolor on paper, carved oval frame; red stain
Excellent condition (Frame: 5.5 by 4.75"; view: 4 by 3")

336-118 - SOLD





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