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Lot 4: PAIR OF WATERCOLORS BY MARIA HYDE HUMPHREY (OHIO, 1839).

Annual Early American & Ohio Valley Auction

Platinum House

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

May 29, 2010

Delaware, OH, USA

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  • PAIR OF WATERCOLORS BY MARIA HYDE HUMPHREY (OHIO, 1839).
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Description: PAIR OF WATERCOLORS BY MARIA HYDE HUMPHREY (OHIO, 1839).
Both signed in pencil "Maria Hyde Humphrey 1839, Norwalk Academy, Norwalk, Ohio". Countryside cottage scenes. 5"h. 7 1/4"w. and 5 5/8"h. 8 1/4"w. Matching paint-grained frames, one mid 19th century and the second ca.1960, each measuring 9"h. 11 1/4"w. Ex Earl and Rhea Knittle (Ohio), ex Joe Dush (Ohio), and sold at Garth's, November 28-29, 1997, lot 1, ex Richard and Susie Burmann (Ohio/New Hampshire).

The artist, Maria Hyde Humphrey, is mentioned in a Magazine Antiques

article by Rhea M. Knittle, January 1966, pages 32-35.

Condition Report: Larger measures 5 5/8"h. 8 1/4"w. and has two tears at bottom edge. The smaller 5"h. 7 1/4"w.


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