Fall Select Auction: November 3 (2006)

Lot 86-110

86. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Old country gate, pen and ink, 1895, 12.5" x 9.5", signed and dated, in 22.5" x 18.5" quartersawn oak frame with bow-tie joints, great Arts & Crafts presentation. 400-500

Hurley exhibited at the National Academy of Design, Art Institute of Chicago, Panama Pacific Exhibition, and others. He was a decorator for Rookwood Pottery, and studied with Frank Duveneck at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

87. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, The Ohio at Mentosky, etching, 9" x 11", pencil signed, in 20" x 24" quartersawn oak frame with two bow-tie joints to each corner, great Arts & Crafts presentation. 500-700
88. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Cathedral towers downtown, 1924, original brass etching print plate, 12" x 8", signed and dated, framed. 400-600
89. Edward T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Doorway to St Mary's Basilica in Covington, 1922, original copper etching plate, 11.5" x 9", signed and dated, framed. 400-600
90. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Kentucky Woodland, etching, 12" x 8.5", dated 5-28-22 in etching, pencil signed and dated 31. 250-350
91. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Garfield Park in the rain, etching, 12" x 9". 250-450
92. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Wayside Shrine, etching, 12" x 6.5", pencil signed. 350-550
93. Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Withrow High School, etching, 12" x 9", pencil signed. 350-550
94. Carroll Butler Brown, NY, 1868-1923, Landscape with lake and houses, 1895, watercolor, 10" x 22", signed. 400-600

Carroll Brown lived and worked in the artist colony in Cragsmoor, New York, founded by Edward L Henry, along with Edward Gay, Charles Curran, and George Inness. He exhibited at the National Academy.

95. 19th century English landscape with shepherdess, oil on canvas, 18" x 32". 400-600
96. Oriental stack of four drawers, detailed and colorful hand painted designs with blossoms and birds, cut-corner eight sided shape in red-brown leather over wood, some paint loss to top, 20"h x 26.5"w x 16.5"d. 400-600
97. Oriental chest on single drawer stand, fully relief carved village scenes with people and plants, geometric edging, curled feet, interior till, original brass hardware, recessed pulls, 34"h x 41" x 21", excellent condition. 750-1,000
98. Two oriental style corner chairs. One with carved fish to arched top, fully carved back with egret, carved Chinese lanterns to legs, second chair has straight back with pierce carved gallery, minor loss to ear of fish, 31"h x 23" x 23". Sells with pierce-carved low corner table, 11"h x 28" x 20". 350-550
99. Teak marble top fern stand, octagonal top, fully pierce carved with intricate floral vines, blossoms, stylized hoof feet, excellent condition with minor water spotting, 36"h x 14"d. 200-400
100. Early miniature five-drawer chest of drawers, walnut with pine secondary wood and herringbone veneer trim to front, partial pilasters, bun feet, original threaded glass knobs, 50% of herringbone trim is missing, 17"h x 17"w x 9"d. 500-700
101. Early miniature five-drawer pine chest of drawers with full columns flanking drawers, small top drawer has pilaster pull, grain painted, back and drawer interiors lined with old decorative paper, glass knobs, repaired drawer front, loss to one knob, 23"h x 19.5"w x 10.5"d. 450-650
102. Pair Art Deco colonial lady bookends, green painted metal on marble bases, 7"h x 5"w x 4.5"d, several minor paint chips. 300-400
103. Pair mid-19th century parlor chairs, beautifully turned spindle back, pierce-carved crowns with roses, torch side-finials, original horse hair upholstery with stylized fleur di leis design, good condition, some finish loss, 35"h x 16"w x 16"d. 300-400
104. Pair of walnut tufted formal chairs, unusual split-back design, carved leaves and central blossom, pierce-carved scrolled legs, gorgeous mint green brocade fabric, mid-20th century, marked Urban J Heyker, Cin. 43"h x 21"w x 20"d, excellent condition. 400-600
106. Pair of bronzed metal bookends, Indian rider with full headdress on stepped base, raised marks include "CED" and "C" in circle, 7.5"h x 5.5" x 3", two scratches to hind of one horse. 350-550
107. Pair of bronze bookends, Indian brave busts, 8.5"h x 5.5"w x 1.75"d, cast signature, excellent condition. 400-600
108. Metal Art Deco figural dresser mirror, draped woman with water vessel by pool-tray, mirror flanked by columns and palm trees, double marked 412, 9.75"h x 9"w x 4.5"d, excellent condition. 200-300
109. Pair of heavily carved sconces, shelf with fancy acanthus trim supported by crowned and winged figure being swallowed by beast with long split tail, pierce carved back with leafy stems, 24"h x 16.75"w x 9.5"d, excellent condition. 400-600
110. Very early 19th century mahogany drop leaf table, single board tops, scalloped corners, reeded legs, original brass feet, some restoration. 29"h, 39.5" x 20.5"-49.5". 500-700