Lot 177    

Watercolor Landscape, in the Manner of Paul Seifert, 
2007, Decorative Arts, Feb 17
American, circa 1910, watercolor on buff-colored art board. A folksy painting depicting a clapboard cottage surrounded by boulders and woodland; in the lane to the right is what appears to be a police officer astride an early 20th century motorcycle. Although this work is likely not by Paul Seifert, it is on a buff-colored medium; additionally, the clouds suggest angelic figures, both of which bear a similarity to Seifert's work. In a newer gilt frame; 29.5" x 19.5" (sight), 31.5" x 21.5" (frame).

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Small water stains top left and lower right; not removed from frame.
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