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October 30, 2016, 11:00 AM EST
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Lot 513: Right of Way. ca. 1902(130 views)
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Estimate: $1,200 - $1,500
Description: Artist: ALFRED MULLER (1869-1940) Size: 62 x 23 in./157.4 x 58.3 cm While we are most familiar with his Peacocks and Swans (see PAI-LXIX, 574 & 575), Muller also created a handful of other decorative panels, many featuring slice-of-life scenes like the one shown here in which a train, an early automobile, and a woman with her geese pause to wonder who has the right of way on this country road. (rail, auto)
Condition Report: B/ Slight tears & stains at folds & edges. Framed.
Dimensions: 62 x 23 in./157.4 x 58.3 cm
Artist or Maker: ALFRED MULLER (1869-1940)
Date: ca. 1902