2007 Fall Select Auction

Lots 92-125

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92. French style flamed mahogany dining table, radial patterned grain to top with contrasting burled edging, eight-sided inlaid skirt with diamond medallions, reeded legs with inlaid and mounted capitals, 46"d closed plus three 15" leaves, some expected scratches from use, 1.25" x 0.75" area of veneer repair to top. 600-800

Note in above image: light areas are reflections, not surface issues

93. Set of six French style dining chairs, 20th century, carved wood frames in great "worn" white patina, brass tacks connect modeled deep red and black vinyl seats and backs, 36"h x 20"w x 17"d, excellent condition. 400-600
94. Fancy mahogany console table, 20th century, six nicely turned legs on stylized paw feet, ogee edged top, pierce carved skirt. Excellent condition. 36"h x 54"w x 16"d. 300-500
95. William Jacob Baer, Cincinnati, 1860-1941, Portrait of a girl, 1916, red Conte pencil on paper, 23" x 18", signed. 200-300

Born in Cincinnati, William Baer was considered the foremost miniature painter. He studied at the Munich Royal Academy, and worked at the Montclair art colony in New Jersey. He was awarded a 1st class medal at the Paris Exposition of 1897, and exhibited often at the National Academy of Design.

96. William Jacob Baer, Cincinnati, 1860-1941, Portrait of a man, 1916, red Conte pencil on paper, 23" x 18", signed. 200-300
97. John Franklin Earhart, Cincinnati, 1853-1938, Arts and Crafts landscape with sycamores, 1903, oil on board, 10" x 7", signed. 300-500

This listed Cincinnati artist worked almost exclusively in landscapes. He exhibited his works at the Art Institute of Chicago and Pennsylvania Academy, and was a member of the Society of Independent Artists.

98. Arthur Louis Helwig, Cincinnati, 1899-1976, Harbor with distant lighthouse, oil on board, 9" x 12", signed, in shadowbox frame. 300-500

Arthur Helwig was a Cincinnati painter of impressionist landscapes, abstracts, and murals. He studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy under Bessie Wessel and James Hopkins, and at the Academie Julian in Paris. He was a president of the Cincinnati Art Club, and his works can be found in several museums.

99. Indiana forest interior path, oil on canvas, 6.5" x 12", unsigned, ornate carved and gilt wide frame, back of frame stamped F.W. Walker Art Department Madison Ind. 300-400
100. William Edwin Gebhardt, Cincinnati, b.1907, Still life with flowers and vase, 1934, oil on canvas, 24" x 20", signed. 300-500

Gebhardt was a WPA artist, a student of John Weis, Herman Wessel, and Frank Harmon Myers, and he ran an art school in Cincinnati.

101. J.E. Fulweiler, Cincinnati, Wagon trail scene with gun battle, 1904, pen and ink, 11" x 16", signed. 400-600

J.E. Fulweiler was a Cincinnati artist and cabinet maker.

102. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Garden with red blossoms, 1907, watercolor, 7" x 10", signed on back, from the Hurley family. 200-300
103. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Farm gate and logs, 1908, watercolor, 7" x 10", signed on back, from the Hurley family. 200-300
104. Irene Bishop Hurley, Cincinnati, 1881-1925, Country path with foot bridge, 1908, watercolor, 6" x 8", signed, from the Hurley family. 200-300
105. Israel Abramofsky, Ohio, 1888-1975, Snowscape with houses, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed, reverse of board has unfinished scene with two figures and houses. 300-500

Abramofsky was born near Kiev, Russia, and studied in Paris at the Academie Julian under J.P. Laurens and Lucien Simon. He eventually settled in Toledo, Ohio, where he organized the Toledo Independent Artist Club.

106. Marjorie Rey Rickard, California, 1893-1968, Landscape with colorful trees, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed. 300-500

Rickard was an active artist and conservationist in the Belvedere-Tiburon area before marrying a Mendocino rancher.

107. Marjorie Rey Rickard, California, 1893-1968, Landscape with blue and green hills, oil on board, 8" x 10", signed. 300-500
108. Elsa Martin Anshutz, Florida, 20th century, The Foreign Boats Come to Gloucester, watercolor, 21" x 28", signed, label on back from 1954 North Shore Arts Exhibition in Gloucester. 400-600
109. Walter James Roberts, England, b.1907, Landscape with cows at pond, oil on board, 10.5" x 14.5", signed. 400-600
110. Pair of 19th century American oil on canvas portraits, Mennonite husband and wife, 30" x 25", matching gilt frames. 1,000-2,000
111. John Elwood Bundy, Indiana, 1853-1933, Man and woman loading hay wagon, oil on board, 8.5" x 11", signed. 1,000-2,000

A member of the Richmond School of Indiana painters. Worked in New York as a portraitist before returning to Indiana to paint landscapes, mostly in Wayne County. Bundy was head of the Art Department at Earlham College for eight years. He published a book of etchings called Fond Recollections.

112. William Henry Williamson, England, 1820-1885, Shepherd looking across harbor at his flock, oil on canvas, 8" x 15", signed. 600-800
113. British School, circle of Edwin Fletcher, Conversion ship with steam and sail on the ocean, oil on board, 13" x 17", unsigned. 400-600
114. Hudson River School forest interior, oil on canvas, 17" x 14", unsigned. 400-600
115. Kittinger executive eight-drawer desk, solid walnut with carved and applied trim, beautifully constructed, all sides paneled and decorated, original brass drop hardware, original brass tag reads Kittinger Distinctive Furniture Buffalo 1866, center drawer with cubby insert tray, four drawers left, three drawers right, two solid walnut writing surfaces, rich original patina, expected scratches from use, lock replaced years ago, 30"h x 54" x 34". 500-1,000
116. S. Kirk & Son sterling footed center bowl, marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4152, monogram to side, 9.5"d x 4.5"h, 28.3ozt, 1" shallow dent to side, scratches to interior, minor scratches and dings. 350-450
117. Six sterling goblets, 6.5"h, 29.5ozt, monogrammed, marked STERLING 808 with Manchester Silver maker's mark, very good condition. 200-300
118. Group of Camargo Club sterling golf tournament trophies, various makers. Four 4.5" tapered cups, two with gold wash interior, one 0.5" dent and several minor dents, 1936, 1941, two 1947. One 2.75" tapered punch cup, gold wash interior, excellent condition. One tray with reticulated rim, 1946 Best Ball Winners, 9.75"d, minor scratches. Total weight 32.6ozt. 400-600
119. Pair of Poole sterling three-light candelabra, reeded twist-arms, four threaded parts to each, weighted bases, very good condition, slight lean and insignificant dings, 15"h x 12"w. 500-700
120. Group of S. Kirk & Son sterling. Two repousse nut spoons with fruit-decorated bowls, monograms to backs, marked S KIRK & SON INC STERLING, 5". Four repousse petite baskets with rope twist handles, blossoms and leaves on stippled background to exterior of baskets, marked S KIRK & SON CO 925/1000, 2.25"h. Candy bowl with Lenox china insert with gold rim, silver marked S Kirk & Son Inc Sterling 4110, 3"h x 5.5"d, excellent condition with minor scratches. Total 12.6ozt. 200-300
121. Pair of sterling three-light threaded candelabra, reeded twist arms leading to side cups with wide drip pans, weighted bases, small dent to one drip pan, several minor dings, 13"h x 13"w. 300-500
122. Reed & Barton sterling four piece coffee service, Hepplewhite pattern, no monograms, each piece marked with maker's hallmark and STERLING 560. Coffee pot with urn finial, 9.25"h, base marked 17. Teapot with urn finial, 7"h, base marked HEPPLEWHITE 2PTS. Cream pitcher, 4.75"h. Two-handled sugar bowl, 3.75"h. Excellent condition with insignificant wear, approximately 65ozt. 1,200-1,500
123. S. Kirk & Son sterling pitcher, base marked S KIRK & SON STERLING 1205, 8.75"h, 21.3ozt, small dent to side, two small dents to foot. 300-400
124. Six sterling sherbets, monogrammed S to foot, 4.25"h, 12.7ozt, excellent condition. 150-250
125. Group of sterling golf trophies and club souvenirs, various makers, minor scratches and dings. Mint julep cup with beaded trim top and bottom, 4.25", Commercial Club 1958. Wallace footed bowl, Paul Revere pattern, 2.25", Commercial Club 1957. Two petite footed vases, 3", The Raquet Club 1940 and 1941. Murray Bay Golf Club 1968 plate, 8"d. University of Cincinnati presentation plate, 1970, 6"d. Low bowl, 5.25"d, marked C.C.C. 1952. Total weight 24.4ozt. 300-400