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Lot 7: James Bard (American, 1815-1897)

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January 31, 2016

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Description: James Bard (American, 1815-1897) Towboat William Tittamer, 1864 Oil on canvas 30 x 50 inches Signed and dated lower right: Painted by James Bard NY 1864 Estimate: $30,000-60,000 Provenance: Benjamin C. Kerry, Keyport, NJ; C. K. Johnson, NY; Samuel Verplanck Hoffman, NY; New-York Historical Society, NY; private collection, Cross River, NY. Literature: Anthony J. Peluso, Jr., J. & J. Bard, Picture Painters. NY: Hudson River Press, 1977, illus. p. 96; Richard Koke, Paintings from the New-York Historical Society. NY: New-York Historical Society, 1982, vol. 1, p. 21

Condition Report: Overall, Good condition. Craquelure has formed due to age. Under UV light – in-painting in various sections of sky and water (top left of painting, clouds surrounding W. Tittamer flag, large spot directly above boat). With the exception of a very small vertical section towards its back third, the boat itself, along with its flags, remains in great condition. Retains original pine stretcher, but has been relined. ( Please see photos taken under UV light)

Provenance: Benjamin C. Kerry, Keyport, NJ; C. K. Johnson, NY; Samuel Verplanck Hoffman, NY; New-York Historical Society, NY; private collection, Cross River, NY.

Dimensions: 30 x 50 inches

Artist or Maker: James Bard

Literature: Anthony J. Peluso, Jr., J. & J. Bard, Picture Painters. NY: Hudson River Press, 1977, illus. p. 96; Richard Koke, Paintings from the New-York Historical Society. NY: New-York Historical Society, 1982, vol. 1, p. 21

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Date: 1864

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