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Antique Folk Art Watercolor, Girl with Cat, Miniature
American School, circa 1860 - SOLD


Antique Folk Art Watercolor, Girl with Cat, Miniature
American School, circa 1860, entire view

A large gray tiger cat atop table, is company for the young girl wearing red necklace, blue dress and
slippers. (There is an old .75-inch tear at upper right corner; original black painted frame;
frame: 3.5" x 3.25"; view: 3" x 2.5")

SOLD

1283-34




Painting, Watercolor on Velvet, Puppies, Folk Art, 19th Century
Anonymous
Wide eyed innocent cuties; strong color, period gilt frame - SOLD


Painting, Watercolor on Velvet, Puppies, Folk Art, 19th Century, entire view

(Frame: 18.5 by 13.5", sight-size: 15.25 by 10.25")

928-51 - SOLD




Folk Art Watercolor and Gouache, Dove in Flight
Anonymous
19th Century - SOLD


Folk Art Watercolor and Gouache, Dove in Flight
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

Mounted within period painted frame, not examined out of frame
(Frame: 13.5 by 10.5"; view: 9.5 by 6.5")

648-4 - SOLD




Sharpsburg Maryland, Watercolor, June 1863, From My Window
Sign reads S.C. Bolinger Tin Smith - SOLD


Sharpsburg Maryland, Watercolor, June 1863, From My Window
Sign reads S.C. Bolinger Tin Smith, entire view

Watercolor on cardstock, very nice (Frame not original)
(Frame: 15 by 13.5"; view: 8.75 by 10")

928-31 - SOLD




Painting, York Gate, Folk Art
Verso signed, Wm Clark Architect
London
1833
An inspired work of perspective, shadow, and naive accuracy
Flat Modern Art of the Period - SOLD


Painting, York Gate, Folk Art
Verso signed, Wm Clark Architect
London
1833, entire view

Mounted on original stretcher within original painted frame.
(Dimensions: 31 by 33.5" frame, 28 by 25.5" sight-size.)

570-314 - SOLD




Antique Mourning Painting, Woman at Monument, Watercolor on Velvet
In Memory of Mary Ann Ellis – Obit. Aug. 8th – 1815 – AE. 14. – By C. Ellis
“Hope wipes the tears from Sorrows’ eye, While Faith points upward to the sky.”
New England, 1815 - SOLD


Antique Mourning Painting, Woman at Monument, Watercolor on Velvet
In Memory of Mary Ann Ellis – Obit. Aug. 8th – 1815 – AE. 14. – By C. Ellis, entire view

Mounted on original stretcher within original gilt frame; toning as depicted, else fine.
(Frame-22.25" x 17.75" x 1.25"; site-14.75" x 19")

SOLD

1280-2




Mourning Picture, Watercolor on Paper, In Memory of Hannah Root
Connecticut
1836 - SOLD


Mourning Picture, Watercolor on Paper, In Memory of Hannah Root
Connecticut
1836, entire view

The work is mounted in period gilt frame (not examined out of frame) and displays some toning, and spotting; there is a 1.5" tear at lower right above hillock, good color, else fine. Accompanying the memorial is a familysearch.org record identifying her parents as Oren Root and Ruth Eddy of Farmington, Hartford County. We found that "a" Hannah Root (Widow of Daniel) is buried in the Strong Cemetery, Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut. (Frame: 16 by 13"; view: 13.5 by 10.5")

231-36 - SOLD




Northumberland Troop, Birth Certificate for John Miller
Attributed to Henry Young (1792 to 1861)
John Miller was born January 14, 1830
Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
Watercolor and Ink on Paper - SOLD


Northumberland Troop, Birth Certificate for John Miller
Attributed to Henry Young (1792 to 1861)
John Miller was born January 14, 1830, entire view

Among the scarce renderings within Henry Young's oeuvre are these colorful militia musicians on horseback. Inscribed is: John Miller, son of John Miller and his wife Catherine born a Moyer was born May the 29th in the year of our Lord 1828. The work is mounted within a painted and smoke-decorated frame of the period. (Frame: 11.25 by 13.75"; view: 8.25 by 11")

505-46 - SOLD




Mourning Picture, Folk Art Memorial, Lemuel N. Rice Who Died July 31, 1821, Aged 4 Years
Anonymous, Worcester, Massachusetts…watercolor on paper, strong color
A charming work within a circle of other known Worcester and Western Massachusetts pieces - SOLD


Mourning Picture, Folk Art Memorial, Lemuel N. Rice Who Died July 31, 1821, Aged 4 Years
Anonymous, Worcester, entire view

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA on 21 Jan 1817 to Lemuel Rice and Hannah Allen. Lemuel N. Rice passed away on 31 July 1821 in Worcester, Massachusetts. (The watercolor is properly mounted within an appropriate frame in old surface that is not period; small paper repair at upper-right corner; two short tears at upper left, else fine and original.) (Width: 19.5”; Height: 15.75”)

1221-11- SOLD




Watercolor of Daniel Lambert Britain’s Obese Man, Famous for Portly Size
Unsigned 19th century Anglo/American School watercolor and ink on paper - SOLD


Antique Watercolor of Mr. Daniel Lambert, Britan's Obese Man, 19th Century, close up view

Inscribed, "Mr. Daniel Lambert, Thirty-nine years of Age, weighed upwards of 52 Sto. (14 lbs. to the Stone) or seven hundred pounds, measured three yards four inches round the Body, and one yard one Inch round the leg, was five feet seven inches in Height, and had no blemish whatever on any part of his Body. Died, and was buried at Stamford, June 21, 1809." (Mounted within period molded giltwood frame; not examined out of frame; toning, creases and tears.) Daniel Lambert, (1770-1809)
(Frame: 9.5 by 7.5”, sight-size: 8.25 by 6.75”)

547-9 - SOLD




Mourning Watercolor Painting, Double sided Gold Memorial Locket, Woven Hairwork
IN DEATH LAMENTED AS IN LIFE BELOVED, 1811 - SOLD


Antique Mourning Watercolor Painting in a Gold Locket with Woven Hairwork Back, Dated 1811, entire view

Depicting a woman grieving at Urn-topped monument; the monument displaying initials “MG”, and “Died Sept. 18th, 1811”; the reverse featuring hair-work and cutout script initials “MG” that appear to also be rose gold. Painted in grisaille, brown and soft blue-gray; the mourner with skin tone facial pigment. (2 by 1.625")

912-242 - SOLD




Illustration, Watercolor, Woman, Hat, Flowers, Birds, Paul King, New York
March, April, May, Calendar Illustration
Paul King (1867 to 1947)
Watercolor on Paper, Signed at lower right - SOLD


Waterclor of a Woman in Hat with Flowers and Birds, Signed Paul King, with ruler for scale

(Fine condition, not examined out of frame; view: 7 by 8.75”)

659-66 - SOLD




Watercolor, Patriotic Americana, Liberty Like Figure, American Flag
Anonymous, 19th Century, Likely Centennial
Watercolor and ink on paper, painted frame - SOLD


Watercolor, Patriotic Americana, Liberty Like Figure, American Flag
Anonymous, 19th Century, entire view

Plumed or crowned figure with extended sword directed towards a lion (England) and wearing red and white striped dress; the date "1776" is displayed on her chest. The work is centered by flags, that which is on the right is emblazoned with "US". The piece was worked on what appears to be ledger paper and is mounted within a red painted frame. We have examined the verso finding no useful information.
Overall very good condition, paper is floating in frame; should be properly mounted.
Frame: 7.25 by 9", sight-size: 4.5 by 6.75")

570-508 - SOLD




Watercolor Of Prancing Horse
Probably Pennsylvania...perhaps a reward of merit
Nineteenth Century
Anonymous - SOLD


Watercolor Of Prancing Horse
Probably Pennsylvania...perhaps a reward of merit
Nineteenth Century
Anonymous, entire view

This chestnut-red colored horse with white stockings, black tack and a lively eye is shown standing on a brick red floor with white crosshatching. The artist trimmed the outside edges in yellow with fine black border. The frame with beaded liner was long ago over-painted black...whitish yellow paint is seen through the thinning black paint.
(Frame: 6.25 by 8.25-inches; view: 4 by 6-inches.)

272-2 - SOLD




Gentleman and Lady
Seated On Upholstered Settee
Watercolor, pencil and pinprick

Anonymous
New England
1830's - SOLD


Gentleman and Lady
Seated On Upholstered Settee
Watercolor, pencil and pinprick
Anonymous
New England
1830's, entire view

A possibly unique rendering depicting a seated couple within landscape of trees, flowers and monument. The gentleman offering a flower to the lady with both subjects holding a book. The ladies hat and collar and the gentleman's shirt are pinpricked adding texture to the work; colors remain strong. The work is mounted within a grain-painted frame of the period that measures 11 by 13.5-inches; the dimensions of view area are 8 by 10.75-inches.

264-23 - SOLD




Pin Prick, Watercolor, Scissor Picture, Rooster, Scherenschnitte Silhouette
Anonymous, Circa 1800
Strutting rooster displaying great detail and attitude - SOLD


Pin Prick, Watercolor, Scissor Picture, Rooster, Scherenschnitte Silhouette
Anonymous, Circa 1800, entire view

(Minor imperfections, warpage and gilt loss to side of frame; yet folksy and attractive; frame: 9 by 9.25", sight-size: 6 by 6.25")

570-507 - SOLD





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