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Auction Description for Ripley Auctions: Fine Art & Design Auction

Fine Art & Design Auction

by Ripley Auctions

Platinum House

219 lots with images

January 24, 2013

Live Auction

2764 E 55th Place

Indianapolis, IN, 46220 USA

Phone: 317 251 5635

Fax: 253 322 5430

Email: sales@antiquehelper.com

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Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Pennsylvania Landscape, Oil on paper laid down on board, 21 1/2

Lot 51: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Pennsylvania Landscape, Oil on paper laid down on board, 21 1/2" x 14 1/2"

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Description: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin (American; 1886 - 1970) Pennsylvania Landscape Oil on paper laid down on board c. 1920. Signed. Herbert Reynolds Kniffin was born in 1886. He studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, Columbia University, and independently in Paris. He was the Director of Fine Art at the University of Pittsburgh from 1912-1917.  In the 1910s, Kniffin frequently traveled to France and executed numerous scenes of Paris and Saint-Tropez.  He also visited Algiers and painted several North African scenes. While teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he exhibited five works over three years at the Pittsburgh Associated Artists, the most well known work being a 40' x 50' harbor scene titled 'The Dories', executed in 1916. Kniffin left Pittsburgh in 1918 for a position as Director of Art for the Ethical Culture Society in New York City.  Kniffin also held teaching positions at the University of California (1918), Fieldstone Art Academy (1918-1930), Rutgers, and the Grand Central School of Art.   He was the author of a series of books on art/art history: Masks; Elements of Art Appreciation; and Fine Arts & Education (1931). Herbert Kniffin painted a variety of subjects: harbor scenes, street scenes, landscapes, coastal scenes, and figurative work. He lived in Gloucester for a time and in Florida, towards the end of his life.  During this time he painted local plant and animal life as well as Native American subjects.  Kniffin died in 1970. 21 1/2" x 14 1/2"

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Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Mountain Paths, Oil on paper laid down on board, 13

Lot 52: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Mountain Paths, Oil on paper laid down on board, 13" x 10"

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Description: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin (American; 1886 - 1970) Mountain Paths Oil on paper laid down on board c. 1920. Signed. Herbert Reynolds Kniffin was born in 1886. He studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, Columbia University, and independently in Paris. He was the Director of Fine Art at the University of Pittsburgh from 1912-1917.  In the 1910s, Kniffin frequently traveled to France and executed numerous scenes of Paris and Saint-Tropez.  He also visited Algiers and painted several North African scenes. While teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he exhibited five works over three years at the Pittsburgh Associated Artists, the most well known work being a 40' x 50' harbor scene titled 'The Dories', executed in 1916. Kniffin left Pittsburgh in 1918 for a position as Director of Art for the Ethical Culture Society in New York City.  Kniffin also held teaching positions at the University of California (1918), Fieldstone Art Academy (1918-1930), Rutgers, and the Grand Central School of Art.   He was the author of a series of books on art/art history: Masks; Elements of Art Appreciation; and Fine Arts & Education (1931). Herbert Kniffin painted a variety of subjects: harbor scenes, street scenes, landscapes, coastal scenes, and figurative work. He lived in Gloucester for a time and in Florida, towards the end of his life.  During this time he painted local plant and animal life as well as Native American subjects.  Kniffin died in 1970. 13" x 10"

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Mother and Child, Oil on board, 16

Lot 53: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Mother and Child, Oil on board, 16" x 13 1/2", unframed

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Mother and Child Oil on board c. 1940. Signed. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 16" x 13 1/2", unframed

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Circus Cart, Pastel on paper, 11

Lot 54: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Circus Cart, Pastel on paper, 11" x 14". Matted, unframed

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Circus Cart Pastel on paper c. 1940. Signed. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 11" x 14". Matted, unframed

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Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Reflecting Pool, Mixed media on paper, 14

Lot 55: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Reflecting Pool, Mixed media on paper, 14" x 10"

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Description: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin (American; 1886 - 1970) Reflecting Pool Mixed media on paper Signed, unframed. Herbert Reynolds Kniffin was born in 1886. He studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, Columbia University, and independently in Paris. He was the Director of Fine Art at the University of Pittsburgh from 1912-1917.  In the 1910s, Kniffin frequently traveled to France and executed numerous scenes of Paris and Saint-Tropez.  He also visited Algiers and painted several North African scenes. While teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he exhibited five works over three years at the Pittsburgh Associated Artists, the most well known work being a 40' x 50' harbor scene titled 'The Dories', executed in 1916. Kniffin left Pittsburgh in 1918 for a position as Director of Art for the Ethical Culture Society in New York City.  Kniffin also held teaching positions at the University of California (1918), Fieldstone Art Academy (1918-1930), Rutgers, and the Grand Central School of Art.   He was the author of a series of books on art/art history: Masks; Elements of Art Appreciation; and Fine Arts & Education (1931). Herbert Kniffin painted a variety of subjects: harbor scenes, street scenes, landscapes, coastal scenes, and figurative work. He lived in Gloucester for a time and in Florida, towards the end of his life.  During this time he painted local plant and animal life as well as Native American subjects.  Kniffin died in 1970. 14" x 10"

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Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Waterfall, Oil on board, 14

Lot 56: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Waterfall, Oil on board, 14" x 10 3/4"

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Description: Herbert Reynolds (H.R.) Kniffin (American; 1886 - 1970) Waterfall Oil on board Signed. Unframed. Herbert Reynolds Kniffin was born in 1886. He studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, Columbia University, and independently in Paris. He was the Director of Fine Art at the University of Pittsburgh from 1912-1917.  In the 1910s, Kniffin frequently traveled to France and executed numerous scenes of Paris and Saint-Tropez.  He also visited Algiers and painted several North African scenes. While teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he exhibited five works over three years at the Pittsburgh Associated Artists, the most well known work being a 40' x 50' harbor scene titled 'The Dories', executed in 1916. Kniffin left Pittsburgh in 1918 for a position as Director of Art for the Ethical Culture Society in New York City.  Kniffin also held teaching positions at the University of California (1918), Fieldstone Art Academy (1918-1930), Rutgers, and the Grand Central School of Art.   He was the author of a series of books on art/art history: Masks; Elements of Art Appreciation; and Fine Arts & Education (1931). Herbert Kniffin painted a variety of subjects: harbor scenes, street scenes, landscapes, coastal scenes, and figurative work. He lived in Gloucester for a time and in Florida, towards the end of his life.  During this time he painted local plant and animal life as well as Native American subjects.  Kniffin died in 1970. 14" x 10 3/4"

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Buildings, Mixed media, 12 3/4

Lot 57: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Buildings, Mixed media, 12 3/4" x 16"

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Buildings Mixed media c. 1940. Signed. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 12 3/4" x 16"

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Workers, Mixed media, 15 3/4

Lot 58: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Workers, Mixed media, 15 3/4" x 13 3/4"

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Workers Mixed media c. 1944. Signed. Label verso: PAFA and Philadelphia Watercolor Club 1944 (42nd Annual Watercolor and Print Exhibition). An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 15 3/4" x 13 3/4"

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Carl Hoeckner, (American; 1883 - 1972), Marching Soldiers (War Series), Oil on canvas, 17

Lot 59: Carl Hoeckner, (American; 1883 - 1972), Marching Soldiers (War Series), Oil on canvas, 17" x 20 1/2"

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Description: Carl Hoeckner (American; 1883 - 1972) Marching Soldiers (War Series) Oil on canvas c. 1918-1920. Signed. Original frame. After arriving in America in 1910, he worked in Chicago at Marshall Field's department store in their advertising department and stayed there throughout the war, while at the same time pursuing his interest in fine art. Becoming increasingly political and protesting of war as a result of World War I, he painted a piece called "War", which was exhibited in 1918 at the Architectural League, New York. Between 1918 and 1927, he sent his protest paintings on exhibition throughout the states, meeting with some success. One of them, "The Homecoming of 1918", showed a crowd of gaunt, wounded people with nightmarish expressions marching towards the viewer. Bulliet described the painting as "perhaps the most powerful indictment of war ever painted in America." Hoeckner was a founding member of an avant-garde group of Chicago artists known as the Cor Ardens (Ardent Hearts) along with Raymond Jonson and Rudolph Weisenborn. 17" x 20 1/2"

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Carl Hoeckner, (American; 1883 - 1972), Untitled (War Series), Oil on canvas, 40

Lot 60: Carl Hoeckner, (American; 1883 - 1972), Untitled (War Series), Oil on canvas, 40" x 30"

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Description: Carl Hoeckner (American; 1883 - 1972) Untitled (War Series) Oil on canvas c. 1920. Signed. Original frame. After arriving in America in 1910, he worked in Chicago at Marshall Field's department store in their advertising department and stayed there throughout the war, while at the same time pursuing his interest in fine art. Becoming increasingly political and protesting of war as a result of World War I, he painted a piece called "War", which was exhibited in 1918 at the Architectural League, New York. Between 1918 and 1927, he sent his protest paintings on exhibition throughout the states, meeting with some success. One of them, "The Homecoming of 1918", showed a crowd of gaunt, wounded people with nightmarish expressions marching towards the viewer. Bulliet described the painting as "perhaps the most powerful indictment of war ever painted in America." Hoeckner was a founding member of an avant-garde group of Chicago artists known as the Cor Ardens (Ardent Hearts) along with Raymond Jonson and Rudolph Weisenborn. 40" x 30"

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John S. Loxton, (Australian; 1903 - 1971), Valley, Mountain Buffalo, Oil on canvas board, 14

Lot 61: John S. Loxton, (Australian; 1903 - 1971), Valley, Mountain Buffalo, Oil on canvas board, 14" x 18"

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Description: John S. Loxton (Australian; 1903 - 1971) Valley, Mountain Buffalo Oil on canvas board c. 1930. Signed and titled. 14" x 18"

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Frank S. Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Skaters, Mixed media, 18

Lot 62: Frank S. Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Skaters, Mixed media, 18" x 14"

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Description: Frank S. Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Skaters Mixed media c. 1940. Signed. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 18" x 14"

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Mexican Girl, Oil on canvas, 22

Lot 63: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Mexican Girl, Oil on canvas, 22" x 13 3/4"

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Mexican Girl Oil on canvas c. 1940. Signed verso. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 22" x 13 3/4"

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Herbert Reynolds (H.R) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Spring Vineyards - France, Oil on canvas, 18

Lot 64: Herbert Reynolds (H.R) Kniffin, (American; 1886 - 1970), Spring Vineyards - France, Oil on canvas, 18" x 21 1/2"

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Description: Herbert Reynolds (H.R) Kniffin (American; 1886 - 1970) Spring Vineyards - France Oil on canvas Signed and titled verso. Herbert Reynolds Kniffin was born in 1886. He studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, Columbia University, and independently in Paris. He was the Director of Fine Art at the University of Pittsburgh from 1912-1917.  In the 1910s, Kniffin frequently traveled to France and executed numerous scenes of Paris and Saint-Tropez.  He also visited Algiers and painted several North African scenes. While teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he exhibited five works over three years at the Pittsburgh Associated Artists, the most well known work being a 40' x 50' harbor scene titled 'The Dories', executed in 1916. Kniffin left Pittsburgh in 1918 for a position as Director of Art for the Ethical Culture Society in New York City.  Kniffin also held teaching positions at the University of California (1918), Fieldstone Art Academy (1918-1930), Rutgers, and the Grand Central School of Art.   He was the author of a series of books on art/art history: Masks; Elements of Art Appreciation; and Fine Arts & Education (1931). Herbert Kniffin painted a variety of subjects: harbor scenes, street scenes, landscapes, coastal scenes, and figurative work. He lived in Gloucester for a time and in Florida, towards the end of his life.  During this time he painted local plant and animal life as well as Native American subjects.  Kniffin died in 1970. 18" x 21 1/2"

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Paul Cornoyer, (American; 1864 - 1923), Afternoon, Gloucester, Oil on canvas, 18

Lot 65: Paul Cornoyer, (American; 1864 - 1923), Afternoon, Gloucester, Oil on canvas, 18" x 23 1/2"

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Description: Paul Cornoyer (American; 1864 - 1923) Afternoon, Gloucester Oil on canvas c. 1920. Provenance: To: Victoria Bradshaw (the artist's niece), From: the Artist; to McCaughen and Burr Fine Art St. Louis. (Documentation available). Best remembered for depictions of New York City, Paul Cornoyer was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. He studied painting at the School of Fine Arts, St. Louis and at the Academie Julian in Paris under Jules Lefebvre, Benjamin Constant, and Louis Blanc. He based his studio in New York, and his work was aligned with the Ash Can School aesthetic, although his work was less gritty than the street scenes of Robert Henri, William Glackens, John Sloan, George Bellows, George Luks, and Everett Shinn. Cornoyer exhibited at the American Art Association of Paris, 1892(prize); the St. Louis Association of Painters and Artists, 1895 (gold); Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, 1896-1919; Art Institute of Chicago; National Academy of Design, 1900; Salmagundi Club, 1905 (prize), 1906 (prize), 1908 (prize); Boston Art Club, 1907, 1909; Corcoran Gallery, 1907-1910, Philadelphia Art Club, 1917. Cornoyer died in East Gloucester, Massachusetts in 1923. His work can be found in the collections of the Dallas Art Association, Saint Louis Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Kansas City Fine Art Museum, Newark Art Association, and the Brooklyn Instit. Museum. 18" x 23 1/2"

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Olive Chaffee, (American; 1886 - 1980), Winter in New Hampshire, Oil on canvas board, 19 1/2

Lot 66: Olive Chaffee, (American; 1886 - 1980), Winter in New Hampshire, Oil on canvas board, 19 1/2" x 26"

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Description: Olive Chaffee (American; 1886 - 1980) Winter in New Hampshire Oil on canvas board c. 1940. Signed. The "Painter of Trees", Olive Holbert Chaffee, was born on January 9, 1886 in Woodville, Kentucky. She began her formal training in art with private lessons while still in high school. Later she studied with Chauncey Ryder and George Conroy in New York. Chaffee attended the Corcoran Art Gallery School and was later influenced by W. Humphrey Woolrych in St. Louis and W.A. Pratt in Denver. Chaffee's first marriage was to William Gibson in Cairo, Illinois. In the 1920's she moved to St. Louis and in 1926 she married artist and architect, Roy O. Chaffee. It was at about this time that her career took off. Her landscape paintings were mostly of Missouri though many reflect her trips about the country. She did landscapes of the Green Mountains of Vermont; western Kentucky; St. Petersburg, Florida; Colorado, Wyoming and California. One painting, titled Missouri Vetch Field, hung in the Oval Office during the presidency of Harry S. Truman. The artist's exhibitions include the Women's National Exposition in St. Louis (1926) -first landscape prize; National Arts Club; the Southern States Art League; Wacha Galleries, St. Louis; Gramercy Park Art Club Galleries, New York; Noonan-Kocian Galleries; St. Louis and Barn Gallery, St. Louis. Olive Chaffee died April 9, 1980 in St. Louis, Missouri. 19 1/2" x 26"

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W.S. Hamaker, (American; 20th Century), Winter Stream, Oil on board, 20

Lot 67: W.S. Hamaker, (American; 20th Century), Winter Stream, Oil on board, 20" x 24"

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Description: W.S. Hamaker (American; 20th Century) Winter Stream Oil on board c. 1950. Signed. 20" x 24"

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Workers, Mixed media, 14

Lot 68: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Workers, Mixed media, 14" x 20"

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Workers Mixed media c. 1940. Signed. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 14" x 20"

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Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Cave Explorers, Oil on board, 19 1/2

Lot 69: Frank Perri, (Italian/American, 1918-1999), Cave Explorers, Oil on board, 19 1/2" x 29"

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Description: Frank Perri (Italian/American, 1918-1999) Cave Explorers Oil on board c. 1940. Signed. An immigrant from Italy to Chicago in the early 1930s, Perri sketched figurative subjects, including child portraits, and urban scenes of Chicago. He lived in Oak Park where he was president of the Oak Park Art League. Perri exhibited at the Carnegie Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago and traveled to Mexico in the late 1930s. 19 1/2" x 29"

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Lalique Art Glass

Lot 70: Lalique Art Glass "Cactus" Table, Marc Lalique (1900-1977)

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Description: Lalique Art Glass "Cactus" Table, Marc Lalique (1900-1977) crystal with chrome ring ''Cactus'' table, Marc Lalique (1900-1977), model introduced in 1946. Engraved: "Lalique France". Cactus leaves have no damage. Table top measures 5' 1/4" dia. x 3/4" thick with a small chip as shown in images. Otherwise in very good condition.

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Murano figural art glass fountain, produced at Ferro and Lazzarini.

Lot 71: Murano figural art glass fountain, produced at Ferro and Lazzarini.

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Description: Murano figural art glass fountain, produced at Ferro and Lazzarini. A lighted and electric pump operated fountain on marble base with blown glass pedestal, 32 draped leaves and 5 figures including the four seasons of mostly cranberry color and gold leaf with applied polychrome fruits and bird. Overall: 62" H.

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Early Salviati glass art console set;

Lot 72: Early Salviati glass art console set;

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Description: Early Salviati glass art console set; set of two candleholders with a large footed bowl, probably by Salviati. Superior execution, with alternating pink and white zanfirico cane and gold leaf elements. Very good condition; no chips cracks or repairs

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Pair Barovier and Toso Segmentati Murano art glass lamps;

Lot 73: Pair Barovier and Toso Segmentati Murano art glass lamps;

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Description: Pair Barovier and Toso Segmentati Murano art glass lamps; matching translucent pink, blown glass bases, with dimensional surface texture. Glass 19" H; lamp base 22" H. 38" overall with fittings.

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Archimede Seguso Murano art glass vase with gold-leaf applications.

Lot 74: Archimede Seguso Murano art glass vase with gold-leaf applications.

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Description: Archimede Seguso Murano art glass vase with gold-leaf applications. Large, thick glass vessel with leaf-shaped applied bits. 16 1/2"H. Very good condition.

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Seguso Vetri d'Arte art deco Murano glass vases, designed by Flavio Poli, pair, c.1938.

Lot 75: Seguso Vetri d'Arte art deco Murano glass vases, designed by Flavio Poli, pair, c.1938.

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Description: Seguso Vetri d'Arte art deco Murano glass vases, designed by Flavio Poli, pair, c.1938. Impressive pair of vases with internally decorated bodies with rose and burnt orange coloration and mica leaf, formed with vertical ribbing, black foot and lip wrap. Engraved signatures. 18 1/4" H (tallest). Excellent condition.

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Archimede Seguso blue glass vase.

Lot 76: Archimede Seguso blue glass vase.

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Description: Archimede Seguso blue glass vase. Fine and delicately executed flaring form with swirling ribs and fine gold leaf. Excellent condition.

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Venini zanfirico Murano glass vase, designed by Paolo Venini, c.1950.

Lot 77: Venini zanfirico Murano glass vase, designed by Paolo Venini, c.1950.

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Description: Venini zanfirico Murano glass vase, designed by Paolo Venini, c.1950. Tall pinched and pulled vase composed of fine pink, black and white canework. Etched signature. 10 1/2" H. Excellent condition.

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Venini Murano Fazzoletto vase, designed by Fulvio Bianconi c. 1950s.

Lot 78: Venini Murano Fazzoletto vase, designed by Fulvio Bianconi c. 1950s.

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Description: Venini Murano Fazzoletto vase, designed by Fulvio Bianconi c. 1950s. Beautiful example of Venini's iconic hankerchief vase design, executed in transparent amethyst. 3 line acid stamp. 11 1/4" H x 13 1/2" W. Very good condition.

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Mario Badioli Murano abstract figural art glass decanter, after designs by Fulvio Bianconi and Pablo Picasso.

Lot 79: Mario Badioli Murano abstract figural art glass decanter, after designs by Fulvio Bianconi and Pablo Picasso.

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Description: Mario Badioli Murano abstract figural art glass decanter, after designs by Fulvio Bianconi and Pablo Picasso. Clear body with abstract red and blue surface wrapped decor and black and white applications. The dish form head mounted as a stopper. 16 1/2"H. Very good condition.

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Venini art glass hanging light.

Lot 80: Venini art glass hanging light.

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Description: Venini art glass hanging light. Elegant modern form with yellow, blue, and white filigrana cane pattern. 11 1/2"H. Very good condition.

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Murano Incalmo glass vase, designed by Flavio Poli, c. 1960.

Lot 81: Murano Incalmo glass vase, designed by Flavio Poli, c. 1960.

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Description: Murano Incalmo glass vase, designed by Flavio Poli, c. 1960. Fused body composed of deep transparent red and controlled bubble decorated base. Produced at SVCC, Societa Venezia Conterie & Cristallerie. 9 1/4" H. Very good condition.

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Anse volante green iridescent art glass pitcher, designed by Giorgio Ferro.

Lot 82: Anse volante green iridescent art glass pitcher, designed by Giorgio Ferro.

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Description: Anse volante green iridescent art glass pitcher, designed by Giorgio Ferro. With AVEM decal to base. 14 1/2" H; some impurity in glass.

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Luigi Benzoni Murano glass sculpture for the Berengo Collection.

Lot 83: Luigi Benzoni Murano glass sculpture for the Berengo Collection.

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Description: Luigi Benzoni Murano glass sculpture for the Berengo Collection. Glass block with face in gold designed. Featured on page 47 of the catalog "Berengo Collection: Glass - A Possibility of Art". 12 1/4" H x 9 1/2" W x 3 3/4" D. Very good condition.

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Orrefors 'Kraka' Glass Vase, designed by Sven Palmqvist, Swedish, 20th Century

Lot 84: Orrefors 'Kraka' Glass Vase, designed by Sven Palmqvist, Swedish, 20th Century

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Description: Orrefors 'Kraka' Glass Vase, designed by Sven Palmqvist, Swedish, 20th Century Ovoid elongated form with blue to green shading and reticello patterning. Acid etched signature 12" H; Very small chip and light scratch near the mouth of the vessel on one side; otherwise very good condition.

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Eva Englund designed Orrefors Graal vase;

Lot 85: Eva Englund designed Orrefors Graal vase;

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Description: Eva Englund designed Orrefors Graal vase; Clear figures on lapis blue backround. Signed. "ORREFORS Nr 580-76 Eva Englund" 3 7/8" H x 7 1/2" Diameter at top

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Kosta Boda Artist Collection face vase;

Lot 86: Kosta Boda Artist Collection face vase;

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Description: Kosta Boda Artist Collection face vase; Ulrica Hydman Vallien, Sweden. Painted signature, engraved 48745. 12 3/4"H.

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Glass dog sculpture by Finnish designer Markku Salo;

Lot 87: Glass dog sculpture by Finnish designer Markku Salo;

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Description: Glass dog sculpture by Finnish designer Markku Salo; blown glass bottle with Iittalla decal and wire "legs." Etched signature "M. Salo, Nuutajarvi." 13 1/2" Long

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Harvey Littleton, American; b. 1922, Glass Loop, 1972, sculpted glass, 5

Lot 88: Harvey Littleton, American; b. 1922, Glass Loop, 1972, sculpted glass, 5" H

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Description: Harvey Littleton American; b. 1922 Glass Loop, 1972 sculpted glass An early Glass Loop by "father of the American Studio Glass Movement" Harvey Littleton. This solid sculpted, polished glass arch adorned with subtle, sparkling gold powders demonstrates a particularly graceful sense of movement and gesture. Etched signature "Harvey K. Littleton 1972 153/500." Littleton's Loop series, which he created during the mid to late 1970's, was inspired by the natural movement of glass when subjected to gravity on a blowpipe. Exploration of this phenomenon led to several later series including the Interrupted Loops and Archs. About Harvey Littleton: Harvey Littleton grew up in Corning, NY, where his father worked for the famous glass factory. Littleton studied both physics and ceramics, and worked at the Corning factory himself, before orchestrating the famous Toledo Workshop that launched the Studio Glass Movemenet in 1962. He started the first university glass department at University of Madison, WI, where he taught artists such as Dale Chihuly, Marvin Lipofsky, Fritz Dreisbach and Christopher Ries. In 1972, he made the famous statement "technique is cheap," launching a debate that continues in the glass community to this day. 5" H

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Joel Philip Myers, American, b. 1934, Contiguous Fragment series vessel, 1979, blown glass, 7 1/2

Lot 89: Joel Philip Myers, American, b. 1934, Contiguous Fragment series vessel, 1979, blown glass, 7 1/2" H

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Description: Joel Philip Myers American, b. 1934 Contiguous Fragment series vessel, 1979 blown glass A gorgeous, early example of a Contiguous Fragment series vessel, with abstract patterns executed in black and white over a rich, transparent brown ground. This piece gracefully demonstrates the characteristic simple form, intimate size and glowing luminosity for which early pieces from this series are known. Etched signature "Joel Philip Myers 1979." About the Contiguous Fragment series: The painterly, blown glass vessels that make up Joel Philip Myers' Contiguous Fragment series were inspired by Myers' experiences on sabbatical in Austria in the mid 1970s. Inspired by vineyards, he began to experiment with drawing on the surface of vessels using glass cane. "Upon returning to the United States, he wanted to extend his palette by creating large planes of color. 'A painter can take a brush and paint large volumes of space and color and linear aspects. I wanted to have that.' The cane drawings were limiting and Myers began experimenting with large shard elements. These were made by blowing spheres, then breaking them and flattening the pieces, which could then be cut with hot wire. Over time the shards became more complex using cased glass that had two colors. The shards were reheated and sometimes blasted and laid onto the surface of the vessel forms, either singly or in layers in a process best described as marquetry. Eventually this led to what has become known as the 'Contiguous Fragment' series that he stayed with for a good while during the 1980s. The vessel forms in this series… were distinguished simply by colors, numbers and dates. The 'Contiguous Fragment' series were small and intimate, very simple blown cased forms with a certain amount of luminosity to them, with a great deal of surface involvement using shards and sandblasting. They were 'semi-cylindrical, soft forms that curved toward the bottom with very small bases. " From an excerpt of an essay by Dan Klein, written for Wexler Gallery's October/November 2007 exhibition catalog. About Joel Philip Myers: After graduating with honors from the Department of Advertising Design at Parsons School of Design in 1954, Joel Philip Myers traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark where he spent a year studying ceramic design. Upon returning to the United States, Myers enrolled in the Ceramics department at Alfred University in New York, where he earned both his BFA and MFA. After gradating in 1963, Myers was invited to serve as Director of Design at Blenko Glass Company in Milton, WV. Myers was aware of the work Harvey Littleton was doing in Glass, and began to teach himself about the process during his free time in Blenko's studios. In 1970, he accepted a position at Illinois State University in Normal, IL, where he established a widely respected glass art department. Myers served as Distinguished Professor of Art at ISU until 1997, where he contributed to the development of a long list of noteworthy glass artists. Joel Philip Myers has received both the Honorary Life Member and Lifetime Achievement Award from the Glass Art Society, is a Fellow of the American Crafts Council, and a Fellowship recipient from the National Endowment for the Arts. His work has been shown in group and solo exhibitions at galleries and museums throughout the world. Public Collections include The Art Institute of Chicago, IL: the Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN; The Museum of Decorative Art, Prague; Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; Corning Museum of Glass, NY; and Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Japan. 7 1/2" H

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David Huchthausen, American; b. 1952, Baden bei Wien, 1978, blown glass, 8

Lot 90: David Huchthausen, American; b. 1952, Baden bei Wien, 1978, blown glass, 8"H. Very good condition.

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Description: David Huchthausen American; b. 1952 Baden bei Wien, 1978 blown glass A gorgeous example of American Studio Glass pioneer David Huchthausen's early "Air Trap" series. The shimmering internal decoration of this vessel was created using an adaptation of the Scandinavian ariel technique. Combining strategically placed air bubbles with iridescent glass powders, the simple, abstract surface design of this piece's thick glass walls both demonstrate the influence of primitive art found in the artist's early work and foreshadow the importance of coldworking later in his career. Engraved signature, title and date: "David R. Huchthausen, Baden bei Wein, 1978, No. 173." David Huchthausen earned a B.S. in 1975 from the University of Wisconsin in Madison and a M.F.A. from the University of Illinois, Normal, where he directed its glass program under the supervision of Joel Myers. As a Fulbright Scholar, he studied at the University of Applied Arts, in Vienna, Autstria, and served as master craftsman and director of the Glass Program at the Appalachian Center for the Arts in Smithville, TN, and associate professor of art and director of glass programs at the Tennessee Tech University. Huchthausen has had numerous one-man shows and group shows abroad and in the United States, including 200 Years of American Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass. His work is a part of more than 40 museum collections in the United States and abroad, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. He lives and works in Seattle, WA. 8"H. Very good condition.

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David Huchthausen, American; b. 1952, Air Trap Vessel, 1980, blown glass, 7 1/2

Lot 91: David Huchthausen, American; b. 1952, Air Trap Vessel, 1980, blown glass, 7 1/2"H. Very good condition.

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Description: David Huchthausen American; b. 1952 Air Trap Vessel, 1980 blown glass Translucent pink tumbler form from American Studio Glass pioneer David Huchthausen's early "Air Trap" series. The shimmering internal decoration of this vessel was created using an adaptation of the Scandinavian ariel technique. Combining strategically placed air bubbles with iridescent glass powders, the simple, abstract surface design of this pieces' thick glass walls both demonstrate the influence of primitive art found in the artist's early work and foreshadow the importance of coldworking later in his career. Engraved signature: "Milropa 1980 ATF016 HUCHTHAUSEN." David Huchthausen earned a B.S. in 1975 from the University of Wisconsin in Madison and a M.F.A. from the University of Illinois, Normal, where he directed its glass program under the supervision of Joel Myers. As a Fulbright Scholar, he studied at the University of Applied Arts, in Vienna, Autstria, and served as master craftsman and director of the Glass Program at the Appalachian Center for the Arts in Smithville, TN, and associate professor of art and director of glass programs at the Tennessee Tech University. Huchthausen has had numerous one-man shows and group shows abroad and in the United States, including 200 Years of American Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass. His work is a part of more than 40 museum collections in the United States and abroad, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. He lives and works in Seattle, WA. 7 1/2"H. Very good condition.

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Paul Stankard, American; b. 1943, Untitled Paperweight, 1980, flameworked and solid sculpted glass, 3 1/2

Lot 92: Paul Stankard, American; b. 1943, Untitled Paperweight, 1980, flameworked and solid sculpted glass, 3 1/2" D.

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Description: Paul Stankard American; b. 1943 Untitled Paperweight, 1980 flameworked and solid sculpted glass Paul Stankard's meticulously detailed, intricately flameworked flowers, insects and natural elements, are encased in clear crystal, creating fascinating, perfectly preserved worlds suspended in a permanent state of beauty. In this example, a single bee hovers next to a beautifully executed apple blossom branch. Signed with an "s" murrine and an etched "A458 1980." About Paul Stankard: Considered a living master in the art of the paperweight, Paul Stankard's work is represented in over 50 major museums around the world. He is a Fellow of the American Craft Council, a recipient of the Urban Glass Award - Innovation In A Glassworking Technique and was presented with an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Rowan University and Muskingum College. Stankard's work was recently featured in Beauty Beyond Nature, a retrospective exhibition produced by the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, WA. The exhibition was accompanied by a comprehensive, full-color catalog. 3 1/2" D.

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Jon Kuhn, American; b. 1949, Orange Bud Vase, 1983, blown, cut and polished glass, 10

Lot 93: Jon Kuhn, American; b. 1949, Orange Bud Vase, 1983, blown, cut and polished glass, 10" H

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Description: Jon Kuhn American; b. 1949 Orange Bud Vase, 1983 blown, cut and polished glass Small studio glass vase by Jon Kuhn. The cut and polished windows in this small vessel reveal fascinating, twisted cane patterning on the inside of the vessel, an early demonstration of the artist's ongoing interest in the interior world, both of glass and of human consciousness. Etched signature: "Jon Kuhn 1983." Kuhn is best known for his laminated glass work, which is cut, polished, and fused into a myriad of shapes from the inside out. The result is a sculpture that takes in surrounding light, then reflects and refracts it back into space, creating what the artist calls "architectural models for an inner world." About Jon Kuhn: With works featured in over 40 international museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Vatican Museums, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the White House Permanent Collection, the National Museum of American Art and hundreds of private residences and public spaces, Jon Kuhn is regarded as one of the premier glass artists of his generation. 10" H

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Richard Royal, American; born 1952, Diamond Cut Vessel, 1991, blown glass, 26

Lot 94: Richard Royal, American; born 1952, Diamond Cut Vessel, 1991, blown glass, 26" H x 21" W

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Description: Richard Royal American; born 1952 Diamond Cut Vessel, 1991 blown glass Studio glass vase by Seattle artist Richard Royal. A particularly attractive example from Royal's Diamond Cut series, this piece combines a soothing color palette with a graceful sense of movement. The pattern in this monumental vessel was created by layering deep sea green, opaque white, and transparent blue in an internal "blank" which was cooled and cut using a diamond saw" before being reheated, gathered over, and blown into its final form. Etched signature: "Richard Royal 1991." According to Royal, " the Diamond Cuts are about color and form, expressing joy and spontaneity. The simple color applications are an indication of the 'inner self' and the 'outer self' becoming more integrated and willing to be seen." About Richard Royal: Richard Royal is best known for creating large, colorful blown glass sculptures. His work is sensual, fluid and bold. Throughout his career, Royal has used the vessel as a canvas for exploring complex emotional and spiritual concepts. Royal began working as a hot glass sculptor in 1978 at the Pilchuck Glass School. He worked way through the ranks and became one of Dale Chihuly's main assistants, which consequently led to Royal's emergence in the fine art glass world in the early 1980's. Royal has since been exhibiting his work internationally in solo and group exhibitions for over 30 years. His work is included in renowned public and private collections worldwide. Recognized internationally as one of the most skilled and talented glassblowers in the American studio glass movement, Royal often teaches as both a guest artist and teacher at various universities and at Pilchuck Glass School. 26" H x 21" W

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Lino Tagliapietra, Italy; b. 1934, Vessel, 1998, blown and carved glass, 17 1/2

Lot 95: Lino Tagliapietra, Italy; b. 1934, Vessel, 1998, blown and carved glass, 17 1/2" H x 8" W

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Description: Lino Tagliapietra Italy; b. 1934 Vessel, 1998 blown and carved glass Large bottle form with red and black cane interior and yellow body wrap; surface universally carved with inciso patterning. Etched signature: "Lino Tagliapietra 98." About Lino Tagliapietra: Born on Murano in 1934, Lino Tagliapietra grew up surrounded by the culture of glass. He traveled on streets named for glassmaking techniques and famed glass families before beginning his apprenticeship in the factory of Archimede Seguso at the age of 12. Lino was named a maestro at the age of 21, and was a respected craftsman on the island for many years, working for varying periods of time at the factories of Galliano Ferro, Venini, La Murrina, and Effetre. Tagliapietra first visited the United States in 1979 to teach at Pilchuck Glass School. There he encountered an energetic, if technically naïve, group of students who voraciously devoured his teaching with aspirations of creating fine art, rather than a commercial product, using glass. He found the Americans' lack of a glass tradition and willingness to take risks for the sake of art shocking, but also exhilarating. Ultimately, it inspired him to think differently about glass and the many sculptural opportunities it offered. He soon left his position at the factory in Murano to teach, travel, and make his own work full time - successfully transforming himself from respected craftsman to innovative artist, always pushing himself to explore new techniques, forms and ideas. 17 1/2" H x 8" W

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Joseph Pagano, American; b. 1965, Reticello Vessel, 1996, blown glass, 22 3/4

Lot 96: Joseph Pagano, American; b. 1965, Reticello Vessel, 1996, blown glass, 22 3/4" H

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Description: Joseph Pagano American; b. 1965 Reticello Vessel, 1996 blown glass Large vessel with reticello cane patterning executed in opaque white and transparent tobacco. Etched signature: "Pagano 5.96" About Joseph Pagano: After graduating from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a BFA in Industrial Design and Glassblowing, Joseph Pagano moved to New York where he started his own glass studio to produce decorative art, furniture and lighting. His work combines beautiful materials with functional design, with a special emphasis on craftsmanship. 22 3/4" H

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Curtiss Brock, American; born 1961, Stone Grouping, blown glass, 22 1/2

Lot 97: Curtiss Brock, American; born 1961, Stone Grouping, blown glass, 22 1/2" H

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Description: Curtiss Brock American; born 1961 Stone Grouping blown glass A sensuous grouping of three blown glass sculptures by widely respected Appalachian Center for Craft professor Curtiss Brock. Gorgeous, powder color application on the surface of the forms mimic the appearance of river-tumbled stones sparkling in the sunlight. "Rocks and minerals can be seen as the clock that dates the earth itself," says the artist in a statement on his work. "They preserve the footprints of life's struggle and its evolution. Sedimentary rocks provided us with the necessary information to recognize and understand our planet's age and history. They are the concrete evidence of things far more powerful and enduring than we are. The Stone Groupings series is focused on natural forms and their interdependency. My aim is not to reproduce nature, but to draw from the colors, textures and forms of nature. In these pieces I use hand blown opalescent glass to create work that looks like solid stones. When light passes through them, they emit an unexpected glow that reveals their transparency." 22 1/2" H

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Set of two whimsically designed goblets in the style of the late Seattle artist Bill Akers.

Lot 98: Set of two whimsically designed goblets in the style of the late Seattle artist Bill Akers.

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Description: Set of two whimsically designed goblets in the style of the late Seattle artist Bill Akers. Executed in cheerful, primary colors; decorated with frit patterns and applied glass bits. Unsigned. 12" H (tallest)

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Roger Parramore, American; born 1962, Lidded Goblet, flameworked borosilicate glass, 17 1/4

Lot 99: Roger Parramore, American; born 1962, Lidded Goblet, flameworked borosilicate glass, 17 1/4" H

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Description: Roger Parramore American; born 1962 Lidded Goblet flameworked borosilicate glass The flameworked glass of Roger Parramore expresses great respect for the Venetian tradition. Parramore has worked with glass since the age of ten and earned a B.A. in philosophy and an M.A. in English literature. He rededicated himself to glassmaking and began teaching and exhibiting widely. Parramorre's work is in the collection of the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. He has taught throughout the world, including classes at Canberra Glassworks in Australia and Osaka University of the Arts in Japan. 17 1/4" H

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Molly Stone, American; b. 1950, Reflecting Bowl, c. 1992, blown, cut and polished glass

Lot 100: Molly Stone, American; b. 1950, Reflecting Bowl, c. 1992, blown, cut and polished glass

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Description: Molly Stone American; b. 1950 Reflecting Bowl, c. 1992 blown, cut and polished glass Molly Stone's thick glass Reflecting Bowls are designed to radiate incandescent light from within. The top surface of the pieces are cut and polished to achieve a glowing effect. The interior of the works are gilded with metallic leaf. About Molly Stone: Molly Stone received her B.A. in Art from University of California, Berkeley in 1975, after first attending Columbus College of Art in Columbus, Ohio. Her education continued at Orrefors Glaskolan in Orrefors, Sweden, Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, WA and California College of Arts and Crafts. She received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in 1981 and the Niche Award for outstanding glass in 1994. Stone's work is included in the permanent collection of the Corning Museum of Glass, Detroit Institute of Art, The Tampa Museum of Art, the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Art in Racine, WI and the First Contemporary Glass Museum in Alcorcon, Madrid, Spain. She has been featured in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally dating back to 1980. She also designed an ornament for the White House Christmas tree in 1997.

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