Fall Select Auction: November 4 (2005)

Lots 33-60

33. Hand painted lidded portrait vase, finely stippled portrait of beautiful woman blowing dandelion, exquisite gold work of blossoms & beading, painted by esteemed Austrian decorator Ernst Wallace, E-Crown mark, 14". 1,000-1,500

34. Bronze statue of Greek athelete signed Jaeger, beautiful olive & dark brown patina, 13"h, atop 2" marble base. 300-500

35. French hand painted porcelain vase, late 19th century, nude female archer in blue sky, gilt scrolled frame & accents, narrow tapered form w/broad opening, acanthus footed base, 13"h x 4"w opening. 150-250

Victorian Pitchers

36. Mica flecked pitcher, pale blue to white, reeded handle, polished pontle, fluted flared rim, 9". 150-250

37. Blue opalescent swirl pitcher, tri-corned spout, polished pontle, 8". 150-250

38. Pitcher in blue opalescent windows pattern, tri-corned spout, polished pontle, 8.5". 250-350

39. Pitcher in blue opalescent seaweed pattern, flaired & fluted rim, 9". 175-275

40. Cranberry opalescent reverse swirl pitcher, 9". 300-350

41. Cranberry opalescent swirl pitcher, crimped tri-corned spout, 8". 150-250

42. Cranberry lace pitcher, crimped & flared spout, polished pontle, 9". 200-300

43. Landstrom Hepplewhite style ten-piece flamed mahogany dining set, inlaid medallions & leaves, checerboard edging, beautifully burled fronts, 20th century, superb condition. Bowfront six-leg sideboard, 39"h x 72"w x 26"d. Seven-drawer stepback china w/domed & paneled doors, 76"h x 37"w x 17"d. Ten-leg dining table w/three leaves, 30"h x 62"w x 42"d. Four-drawer bow front server, 33"h x 40"w x 18"d. Six chairs in pierce carved feather & drapery motif, two arms & four sides. 3,000-5,000
44. Alabaster pedestal on stair-step base, 41.5"h. 350-450
45. Western landscape with Indian riders, oil on canvas, 18" x 24", signed Ed Woerner. 300-500
46. John Stanford, Fur trapper riding in winter, c.1930s, oil on canvas, 20" x 24", signed. 400-600
47. Matthew Andrew Daly, Cincinnati, 1860-1937, Three Indian riders, 1936, oil on canvas mounted on board, 18" x 22", signed & dated. 600-800

Matt Daly was one of Rookwood Pottery's most respected artists. After 21 years at Rookwood, he was head of the art department at U.S. Playing Card for 30 years. Throughout his careers, he was also a prolific painter of portraits, landscapes and tavern scenes. Daly was a student of Frank Duveneck, and his work is in the Cincinnati Art Museum.

48. Alexander J. Van Leshout, Louisville KY, 1868-1930, Portrait of a Native American, etching, 8" x 6", pencil signed. 200-300

An etcher and teacher from Louisville KY, Van Leshout was a pupil of Beckwith, Vanderpoel and Freer. He is listed in Davenport's, Fieldings and Who Was Who.

49. Woman under tree wearing Western dress, oil on canvas, 26" x 16", signed L.E. Wilhelm. 300-500
50. Woman with resting cowboy, oil on canvas, 26" x 16", signed L.E. Wilhelm. 300-500
51. Richard Frederick Erdmann, Cincinnati, 1894-1965, Portrait of a Pueblo Indian, 1929, oil on board, 10" x 8", signed. 400-600

Erdmann studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy and the National Academy of Design. While in Cincinnati, he worked at the Stowbridge Lithographic Company. From 1924-1931, he lived in New Mexico, photographing and painting Pueblo Indians.

52. Folk Art landscape with two cows in stream, oil on paper mounted on canvas, 12" x 9", unsigned. 300-500
53. John Stobart, London & USA, b.1929, Cincinnati - A View From the Kentucky Hills in 1858, Maritime Heritage Print, 12" x 18", pencil signed & numbered 108/450. 500-700

Stobart studied at Derby College and the Royal Academy in England. His maritime and historical paintings were in such demand that he started a printing company to make quality reproductions of his works. He has lived and worked in England, South Africa, Canada and America.

54. John Stobart, London & USA, b.1929, Mystic Seaport - The Charles W Morgan at Chubb's Wharf by Moonlight, Maritime Heritage Print, 16" x 28", pencil signed & numbered 5235/6141. 300-600
55. "Unique" table lamp, 16" leaded glass shade w/band of cherry blossoms, 23.25"h base in dark green patina, excellent condition. 1,000-1,500
56. Seth Thomas tall case clock, mahogany w/fully carved columns, split scroll top w/shell carvings, applied drapes, three original finials, great paw feet, beveled glass front, three weights & senora chime, patent date 1908 on chime, only issue is loss to half of the applied wreath to front, superb condition, 101"h. 4,000-6,000
57. Pair of outstanding Capo di Monte lamps, hand painted courting scene cartouches, extensive open work to porcelain, original dolphin foot plateau bases, 17"h, superb condition. 300-500

58. Pair of Art Nouveau five-light candlestands, red enameled body w/gold work, 22"h x 10"w. 250-350

59. Art Nouveau pottery pedestal w/nude maiden riding a dolphin, atop seashells & waves, rich forest green high glaze, three-footed base, a few tiny chips to bottom, 15"h. 150-250

60. Baker bowfront flamed mahogany console table w/serpentine sides, string & floral inlay, 20th century, excellent condition, 30"h x 39"w x 13"d. 400-600

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