Spring Select Auction: April 29 (2005)

Lots 289-314

1-29 | 30-60 | 61-90 | 91-121 | 122-148 | 149-175 | 176-204
205-235 | 236-262 | 263-288 | 289-314 | 315-344 | 345-376 | 377-403

289. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Deep woods, 1902, ink, 11" x 7", signed, dated 1902. (350-450)

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.

290. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Farm scene w/chicken coop, 1912, pencil, 10½" x 8", signed, dated July-27-12. (350-450) This appears to be a working sketch, w/notes written on the work such as gravel, high grass, shingle, & more.
291. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Boating scene, 1911, pencil, 10½" x 12½", signed, dated 9-16-1911. (350-450)
292. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, At Silverton, 1930, etching, 4" x 5", pencil marks include signature, title, date, and 5/50. (200-300)
293. E.T. Hurley, Cincinnati, 1869-1950, Findlay Market melon stand, 1916, etching, 4½" x 6", signed in etching. (200-300)
294. Paul Ashbrook, Cincinnati, 1867-1949: Group of Christmas greetings w/revelers, from Paul & Henriette Ashbrook, 2 Hedgerow Ln, Cincinnati: 1922, etching, 8¾" x 11"; 1923, etching, 5" x 11½", signed; 1924, etching, 7" x 10½", signed; 1925, etching, 6½" x 9¾", signed; 1936, print, 5¾" x 4¼". (300-500)
295. Leon Lippert, Cincinnati, 1863-1947, Indian huntress, oil over print on board, 26" x 20", signed. (400-600)

German born Leon Lippert emigrated to the United States at age 17, settling in Cincinnati. He studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, spending twenty years in Frank Duveneck's Life Classes. He resided in Newport, and held a studio in downtown Cincinnati. He is best known as a portraitist and colorist, although he was also versatile in his subjects and styles. A retrospective book, Leon Lippert: Rediscovering the Art and the Man, was published in 2001.

296. Majolica octagonal garden stand, different portrait medallions to each side, floral & geometric designs, 20"h x 15"d, excellent condition. (200-400)
297. Imperial blue & white porcelain vase fully decorated w/hand painted soaring birds w/great detail on vivid cobalt blue background, marked Imperial England, 20"h, excellent condition. (500-700)
298. Seth Thomas Regulator #6 wall clock, brass weight and pendulum, 48"h x 16"w. (1,000-2,000)
299. Pair of hand painted cold metal blackamoor busts on ornate bases, woman w/coin necklace & loose hanging earrings, man w/fancy turban & scarf, 18"h, good condition. (700-1,000)
300. Pair of heavy bronze figural candle stands, whippets sitting up & holding poles in one paw, 13"h x 3¾"w x 7½"d. (300-500)
301. Bronze revolving globe, 18"h x 13"w. (100-200)
302. Bronze deer statue on marble base by Albert Wille, listed German sculptor, rich original dark green patina. 8"h x 10"w, signed A Wille. (300-500)
303. Bronze statue of Shakespeare in dramatic pose w/cape, original dark brown patina, 13"h. (100-200)
304. Early 19th century papier mache & mother of pearl flip top table, fluted form w/turned stem, hand painted scrolling to edge & base, 40"h x 18"w. (500-700)
305. Unusual carved oak flip lid stand, fully carved cabinet with twisting Celtic dragons to lid & all four sides, copper clad corners, on turned legs w/dragon medallions. (300-500)
306. French settee, pierce carved walnut wrap w/delicate rose blossoms & acanthus to corners & crown, elegant tufted brocade fabric, excellent condition, 33"h x 34"w x 24"d. (400-600)
307. French oval form settee w/acanthus carving & roses to crown, gold brocade fabric, 31"h x 33"w x 16"d. (400-600)
308. Marion Maxon Healy, Cincinnati, b.1897, Garden path, oil on board, 13" x 16", signed. (1,250-1,750)

Healy was born in Cincinnati and later moved to Alabama. She studied under Herman Wessel, John Weis, E.T. Hurley, and leading Pennsylvania impressionist Daniel Garber. She was a member of the Hoosier Salon.

309. Caroline E. Meurer, Cincinnati, Flower garden with people and ducks, watercolor, 11¼" x 15½", signed. (100-200)

Caroline was daughter of Charles A. Meurer. This work comes from a Cincinnati estate.

310. Two etchings by L.H. Meakin, Cincinnati, 1853-1917: Donau Valley at Donauwoerth, Bavaria, Sept 28, 1884, 7½" x 15¼", pencil signed. Jsar and Maunrilliunaeum, Munich, June 1, 1885, 7¼" x 13¼", pencil signed. (200-300)

Meakin was considered one of the best landscape painters of his time, and was often called the "Father of Western Art." He studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati under Frank Duveneck and John Twachtman, and later was a teacher there for 40 years.

311. Portrait of a peasant w/beard, pastel, 17" x 12½", unsigned, Cincinnati Impressionist style. (150-350)
312. Portrait of a young gent, pastel, 17" x 12½", unsigned, Cincinnati Impressionist style. (150-350)
313. Red headed lady w/lavender coat, oil on board, 18" x 16½", unsigned, strong Cincinnati impressionist style. (200-400)
314. Katherine Fullerton Biery, Terrace Park OH, 20th century, Cottage with picket fence, oil on board, 10½" x 14, signed. (300-500)

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