Lot 20    

Pair of 19th-Century Oval Portraits of Young Children
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
each oil on canvas
unsigned
each 7" x 9.25"


Condition:  
Both have been cleaned and over academy board. Minor craquelure developing.
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Figural Sheet Iron Sign with Horse, <i>R.L. Davies</i>,
Lot # 463 - Figural Sheet Iron Sign with Horse, R.L. Davies,
American, first half 20th century. Purportedly Davies was a veterinarian in northeast Ohio. 22" x 22". > Item Details
George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878)
Lot # 152 - George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878)
11 satirical etchingspublished by Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarketfrom series produced in 1835each full sheet sizes 15.75" x 10.75" > Item Details
Audubon First Royal Octavo Plate 15 <i>Common Osprey Fish Hawk</i>
Lot # 221 - Audubon First Royal Octavo Plate 15 Common Osprey Fish Hawk
hand-colored plate detached from one of the first octavo-sized editions issued between 1840-44marked in block letters upper left and right No. 3/ Pl.15Audubon credit lower left in block letters Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Lithd, Printed & Cold. by J.T... > Item Details
19th-Century River Landscape
Folk Art Shadow Box Textile Commemorating Teddy Roosevelt,
Lot # 493 - Folk Art Shadow Box Textile Commemorating Teddy Roosevelt,
and his wife Edith, pictured in the center of a velvet heart, birds and ribbon above, Our Loving President Roosevelt. Presented as a Christmas Offering and Souvenir/ December 25 1902/ New Bedford Mass. Wax grapes and vines on faded red satin-type surround motifs of baskets of flowers, eagles with fl... > Item Details
Preston Powers' Marble Bust of Cincinnatian Job Nash,
Lot # 311 - Preston Powers' Marble Bust of Cincinnatian Job Nash,
American, a white marble bust of Job M. Nash after the antique, signed and dated Preston Powers sculp 1884, 30.5" high.The masterful work of Preston Powers (1843-1931) continued the tradition of his father, renowned American sculptor Hiram Powers (1805-1873), in creating illuminative sculptural port... > Item Details
Rare Potter & Bodine #2383-1 Aqua Fruit Jar,
Lot # 75 - Rare Potter & Bodine #2383-1 Aqua Fruit Jar,
American, Philadelphia, ca 1858. Quart size wax sealer embossed POTTER & BODINE'S AIR-TIGHT FRUIT JAR PHILADa on front; reverse PATENTED APRIL 13th 1858 on two lines. Incomplete neck-wax seal grove missing; 6.5" overall height. (See Leybourne 2001: 315) > Item Details
Kurdish Rug,
Lot # 508 - Kurdish Rug,
Persia, mid-20th century; 4'3" x 6'2". > Item Details
Portrait of African American on Cigar Box Lid,
Lot # 317 - Portrait of African American on Cigar Box Lid,
oil on a cigar box lid, depicting a bust-length portrait of an African American teenager. Cigar brand is unidentifiable and a stamp is affixed to board's verso; 5.5" x 7.5". > Item Details
Blanket Chest in Old Blue Paint,
Lot # 45 - Blanket Chest in Old Blue Paint,
American, ca 1820-40, in pine, butt-joined with moulded edge on top and at edge of base, over inset double-ball turned feet; 27.25" high x 49" wide x 21" deep. > Item Details
Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted  Cupboard,
Lot # 394 - Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted Cupboard,
American, ca 1840-60, poplar wood. A two-piece flat wall cupboard having nailed construction. Two doors with 6 lites each are over a pie shelf with two doors that drop forward. Below are two over three drawers of nailed construction having wood pulls, flanked by tapered columns with circular tops; 9... > Item Details
Folk Art
Lot # 492 - Folk Art "Memory Star" With Civil War Tintype,
American, late 19th century. Made from an old wood box with stenciled letters (on verso), shards of glass, shells and china, metal and natural materials; all are glued around a centrally placed tintype of two gentlemen, one wearing a uniform; 17" diameter. > Item Details
T.C. Lindsay (Cincinnati, 1838-1907)
Lot # 500 - T.C. Lindsay (Cincinnati, 1838-1907)
Landscape with Sheepoil on canvassigned l.l.49" x 29.75"Lindsay studied in Dusseldorf, Germany, in the 1860s, but lived and worked most of his life in his native city. He was one of the founding members of the Cincinnati Art Club. > Item Details
Set of Miniature Pantry Boxes signed <i>SAM'L HERSEY</i>,
Lot # 33 - Set of Miniature Pantry Boxes signed SAM'L HERSEY,
nested set of four, American, Hingham, Mass., ca 1850-75, of birch, maple and pine. Bases with one left finger, covers with one right finger, largest mounted with printed paper label Manufactured by SAM'L HERSEY, Hersey Street, Hingham, Mass., one also inscribed in pencil C.F. Williams and C.F.W.; l... > Item Details
Canvasback Drake Decoy,
Lot # 211 - Canvasback Drake Decoy,
American or Canadian, early 20th century; 16.5" long. > Item Details
John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
Lot # 60 - John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
large folio, partially printed, and signed boldly by Sevier as governor, April 22, 1808, awarding lands to George W. Campbell in Maury County. In a contemporary frame; 12" x 15" (sight), 29" x 18.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
Lot # 8 - Parrot Woodcarving Attributed to Leonard Bullard,
American, Three Rivers, Mich., ca 1900-20, artist; 10.75". > Item Details
American Coin Silver Ladle,
Lot # 179 - American Coin Silver Ladle,
late 18th-early 19th century, possibly Massachusetts. Double struck WM in an oblong reserve, monogrammed JPC in florid script; 13" long. 4.661 ozt. (145 g). > Item Details
New England High Chest in Maple,
Lot # 133 - New England High Chest in Maple,
probably Massachusetts, ca 1760-90; the lower case with three drawers across, the center one with fan carving; the upper case having five graduated, overlapping drawers; all over a shaped apron and cabriole legs with sharp, arising knees, ending in pad feet on discs; 70" high x 39.5" wide x 21" deep... > Item Details
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