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Auction Description for James D. Julia: 2-Day Winter Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction, Day 1
Viewing Notes:
Wednesday, February 8th - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Thursday, February 9th - 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.; Friday, February 10th - 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.; There will also be preview during each auction session. Special preview can be arranged by appointment.
Sale Notes:
This sale will feature 370+ Lots of American & European Paintings, Bronzes & Prints; 150 Lots of Asian Antiques & Art including Paintings, Scrolls, Furniture, Jade, Bronzes, Porcelain, Thangkas & Textiles. 640+ Lots of American & European Furniture & Accessories, Nautical Art; Folk Art Portraits; Textiles; Historical & Political; Weathervanes; Tall & Banjo Clocks. Nautical Art; Folk Art portraits; 60+ Historic Flags, Important swords of Luis Emilio, Mallory, Matthew Perry; Important Collection of Slave Tags & more. An outstanding collection of American furniture including Highboys, Desks, Tables, Stands, Chairs & Chests. A large collection of early American Silver; Decoys including collection of Elmer Crowell & Gus Wilson examples. Large offering of fine mirrors. Selection of Oriental rugs & much, much more.
Terms and Conditions:
Please be sure to read the conditions before participating in the sale.

For years, we have worked hard to develop a reputation for honesty and fairness. We have tried to apply this same principle in preparing this ­particular sale. So that you might know what the limitations are for this sale, we have tried to clearly outline the conditions below, which will specifically ­indicate how various circumstances will be handled.
1. GUARANTEE: We have attempted to make a consistent effort in cataloging and correctly describing the property to be sold. The catalog descriptions carry a limited guarantee. Please be sure that you know that. It is a guarantee to protect you against major discrepancies that would have a major effect upon the value of the item. Under no circumstances do we guarantee against anything less than a major discrepancy that would have less than a major effect upon value. This limited guarantee covers authenticity. It also covers any major restoration or repair not described. Also we guarantee against fakes, reproductions or major fabrications. As outlined above, our guarantee is limited, however, it is almost unique in a business that operates "Caveat Emptor". This is not a perfect system, however, and it is important to be aware of that. Our ­intention is to be as fair as possible in our catalog descriptions but it is virtually impossible to adequately describe an antique or collectible item that has been used and shows signs of wear. Imperfections, slight damages, handling marks, natural imperfections that are inherent with the manufacturing of the objects are the types of things that we absolutely do not guarantee against. These are commonplace with antiques and with most buyers this is understood and accepted, however, if you are a discerning, highly particular customer, expecting mint or near mint condition, it is advisable that you not ever submit absentee bids here or at any auction house without seeing the item in person, since your definition of condition might be far more particular than what any cataloger would have time or space to specify. The entire purpose of our catalog description is to give our readers a general description and idea of what the lot is and we will stand behind that description regarding a major discrepancy only. If the discrepancy is less than a major discrepancy, under no circumstances would any adjustment or refund be made. Should the need arise, the ­auctioneer reserves the right to make verbal corrections and provide additional information from the block at the time of the sale. Absentee bids will not be executed on items that are found to be other than described in the catalog unless we were able to contact you prior to the lot being sold and advise of this discrepancy. If we are unable to reach you or if time does not permit, we will not execute your bid. Please Note: the only thing we guarantee is what is in print in the catalog and what is announced from the block at the time of sale. Absolutely nothing discussed over the telephone or in person prior to the auction shall be construed as part of the guarantee. Since opinions can differ, ­particularly in the matter of condition, the auctioneer will be the sole judge in the matter of refunds. This guarantee is limited to the following time ­duration and limits. Please read:
A. TIME LIMIT: For live bidders it is expected that you have examined the items before you purchased them and that as you pick them up, you will re-examine them one last time. If there is a problem regarding condition, it is expected that you would notify us immediately before leaving the auction facility. If you are an absentee bidder then it is your responsibility to examine the lot immediately upon receipt. If a major discrepancy should be discovered, it is your responsibility to contact us immediately. Please note: All guarantees and options for refunds or adjustment become null and void 45 days after the auction. We pay consignors on the 45th day. Once we have paid our consignors we no longer have control for the payment and under no circumstances can we consider any refunds. If you suspect that there is a major discrepancy or ­problem with authenticity of your lot, it is your responsibility to contact our office before the 45 days are up and let us know that you need some extra time. We can usually make arrangements to extend the guarantee for a few days if you personally advise us. Please note: If you pay late and thus, receive your items late, it does not qualify for special privileges. The guarantee is null and void 45 days after the auction. It is your responsibility to pay for and acquire your purchases in a timely fashion. So if there is a major discrepancy, you have time to notify our office. Please remember that if you call us 46 days after the auction, there is nothing we can do about a major discrepancy except apologize to you. If you want to be considered for an adjustment or refund, it is your responsibility to notify us within 45 days after the auction.
B. LIMIT OF RESTITUTION: Under no circumstances will the auctioneer be responsible for lost profits or other financial damages. Refunds requested on the grounds of authenticity must be accompanied by at least a supporting written statement from an authority ­recognized by the auctioneers. Auctioneer will not be responsible for shipping costs, after auction appraisal fees, testing or any other post auction costs. If it is agreed that an item may be returned, it is the buyer's responsibility to return it in the same condition as received.
C. TYPE OF RESTITUTION: An item that qualifies for an adjustment is limited to one of the following options:
1) Major problems, (i.e. fakes, significant alteration, major unannounced restoration, etc.) will result in a refund in sale price, adjustment in sale
price or repair by the auctioneer. The auctioneer shall be the judge as to the final resolve.
2) Less than major problems or discrepancies are not part of the guarantee and no refund or adjustment will be considered for less than major problems.
2. RECEIPT OF GOODS: All goods sold will be tagged and can be claimed upon presentation of paid receipts ONLY. All items to be wrapped will be wrapped by the purchaser, unless the items are to be shipped.
3. PROTESTED BIDS: In case of a disputed bid, the Auctioneer is the sole determinant as to who is the successful bidder and at his ­discretion may re-offer and resell the article in dispute.
4. TAX: State of Maine sales tax is 5.5% and will be collected at time of payment unless a current sales tax certificate is on file or if shipped anywhere except Maine and Massachusetts. If purchases are shipped to a Maine address, sales tax of 5.5% shall be collected unless a current sales tax certificate is on file. If purchases are shipped or delivered to a Massachusetts address, sales tax of 6.25% shall be collected unless a current sales tax certificate is on file.
5. NOMINAL BIDS: The Auctioneer may reject nominal bids, small opening bids or very nominal advances made with purpose of ­disparaging an item. If a lot fails to open for 25% to 30% of the low estimate, the item may be passed from the block by the Auctioneer and may not be re-offered until a later sale.
6. ABSENTEE BIDS: Phone, fax or mail bids will be accepted with a 20% deposit, late bids or last minute bids can be confirmed with a Visa MasterCard, Discover or American Express number, in many cases. In such case, the bookkeeper will execute such bids competitively. It is entirely possible to buy items by absentee bid for less than your top bid price. Please Note: Absentee bids are a service provided to our customers free of charge. Every effort is made to execute all absentee bids; however, you must know that this is not a perfect system neither here nor at any other auction house. In the event of an error of omission or failure to properly execute absentee bids, the auctioneer shall not be held liable.
7. TERMS: All items are to be paid for in American funds at the day of the auction. Non-residents who have not established an account with us and wish to pay by check, must do so prior to the beginning of the auction by presenting a current letter of reference from their bank or by providing references which are suitable to the auctioneer. Absentee Bidders - Directly after the auction a bill will be sent to you for the items you purchased and a total amount due. This bill is due upon presentation and must be paid immediately. The auctioneer reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank, if the auctioneer deems such action necessary to protect his interest. For bidders located outside of the United States we only accept payment by checks drawn on U.S. banks or wire transfer.
8. INTEREST AND DEFAULT: Payment is due upon receipt. If the buyer's invoice is not paid in full within 15 days of the auction, James D. Julia, Inc. has the right and will charge the buyer's credit card of record on file for the total invoice amount. Interest will be charged on all balances not paid at the rate of 1-1/2% monthly (18% APR) effective 15 days from the date of purchase/auction. All goods not retrieved by Buyer within 120 days after the last day of the auction, shall be subject to a storage fee of $50 per item per month. Buyer authorizes auctioneer to sell any goods not retrieved after the 120 day period in any manner deemed appropriate by the auctioneer and the proceeds will be applied to all sums owed by the buyer to the auctioneer under this or any other agreement between the parties. If the sale is conducted by the auctioneer, in addition to all sums due hereunder, buyer shall pay the auctioneer's standard commission fees and 1% insurance fee. Buyer specifically authorizes any such sale to be held without reserve. Buyer shall be responsible for any deficiencies between the sale price and all sums due hereunder.
9. RESERVES: Some items in this auction may carry a conservative reserve. Therefore, the auctioneer may bid on behalf of the owner or for the auction house. The purchaser will be the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer. Please note that when a lot carries a reserve, the reserve is usually somewhere below the low estimate in the catalog. Actual reserve figures cannot be divulged, but we will tell you if an item carries a reserve should you ask.
10. WITHDRAWAL: We reserve the right to withdraw any property before sale and shall have no liability whatsoever for such withdrawal.
11. TITLE: A title passes upon the fall of the Auctioneer's hammer. It will then be the responsibility of the buyer to make full payment prior to removing the goods from the premises. It is both the buyer's risk and expense for removal and must be made at the conclusion of the sale unless other arrangements are made with the Julia's Operations Manager. Please note any lots we might make arrangements for moving or storing are solely at the risk of the owner and any damage or loss occurring after the fall of the hammer becomes that of the buyer.
12. PHONE BIDS: At the discretion of the auctioneer, phone bidding may be arranged on more expensive items, (i.e. $500 or more). In order to make arrangements to bid on the telephone at the time a lot is being sold, you must contact our office in advance of the auction. We will make arrangements to call you just prior to the lot being sold so that you may bid over the telephone. There are usually a limited number of phone lines available into the room, so if you wish to bid over the telephone, it is important for you to make your arrangements early. "Cover-me Bids": if you wish to bid by telephone, you might also want to consider a "cover-me bid" at the time you make arrangements for phone ­bidding. A "cover-me bid" allows your phone contact here at Julia's to still execute a predetermined bid amount for you in the case that they cannot get through to you on the telephone. Your phone agent is the only person who will have this bid and will only use it to bid in the event that he/she cannot reach you. Assuming you are reached via telephone, they would not use your bid, but rely on your verbal instructions. "Cover-me bids" are not mandatory, you can place one at your discretion, they are simply a safety device in the event you cannot be reached by telephone in time.
13. AGENT RESPONSIBILITY: If you are registering or executing a bid for someone else under your number, please bear in mind that you are responsible for the settlement of that account with us regardless of whether the person you're executing or registering for pays you or not.
14. BUYER'S PREMIUM: Shall be reduced to 26% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000 and reduced to 24% of the final bid price over $100,000 which will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the Buyer as part of the purchase price. This is assuming the account is paid by cash, check or any equivalent of cash. If you settle your account by credit card, the Buyer's Premium shall be the standard 29% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000 and in addition shall be 27% of the final bid price over $100,000 which will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. Winning bids placed through a third-party online platform may be subject to a higher buyer's premium. If the Buyer's Premium set forth on any such platform exceeds the Buyer's Premium set forth herein, Buyer agrees to pay such additional premium charge.
15. ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: The laws of various countries and states regulate the import, export and transport of certain plant and animal items. Julia's has taken steps to ensure that items offered for sale that are covered by the Endangered Species Act (ESA) meet the standards for sale under this Act. Transport of these items may require special permits or licenses for import, export or delivery into certain states. It is the bidder's responsibility to obtain all such licenses or permits. Delay or failure to obtain any such permit or license does not relieve the buyer of paying for the item and obtaining title to the item. The company makes no representation or warranty and accepts no liability whatsoever to the seller, purchaser or any third party with respect to compliance with the ESA or with respect to the availability or issuance of valid import and export permits.
16. LEGAL DISPUTE: Any legal disputes arising from this auction shall be settled in the court system in the State of Maine.
17. UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE: The Maine Uniform Commercial Code, Title 11, Section 2-328 applies to this auction sale.
18. ACCEPTANCE OF CONDITIONS: Bidding on article(s) indicates your acceptance of all of the above terms.
19. MAINE AUCTIONEER RULES AND REGULATIONS: The Maine Auctioneer Rules and regulations are regulated by the Maine Board of Licensing of Auctioneers, 35 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333.
20. AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE NUMBERS: Auctioneer: James D. Julia ME License #AR83; NH License #2511 Mass. License #1406
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS.
Payment Information:
All items are to be paid for in American funds at the day of the auction. Non-residents who have not established an account with us and wish to pay by check, must do so prior to the beginning of the auction by presenting a current letter of reference from their bank or by providing references which are suitable to the auctioneer. Absentee Bidders - Directly after the auction a bill will be sent to you for the items you purchased and a total amount due. This bill is due upon presentation and must be paid immediately. The auctioneer reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank, if the auctioneer deems such action necessary to protect his interest. For bidders located outside of the United States we only accept payment by checks drawn on U.S. banks or wire transfer.
Shipping Information:
Our shipping department here at James D. Julia, Inc. can package and ship most items anywhere in the world. Our experienced team uses proven packing methods to ensure that your purchases arrive safely. We use Federal Express as our preferred shipper, however we are happy to accommodate just about any request you may have including utilizing specialty pack & ship companies.

It is the purchaser's sole responsibility to identify and obtain any necessary export, import, firearm, endangered species or other permit for lots purchased. Delay or failure to obtain permits or licenses or contravening laws denying consummation does not relieve the buyer of paying for the item and obtaining title to the item.

Please allow 14-21 days from the time your payment has cleared for your purchases to ship. Items paid for by personal or business check will be held for 10 days before being released to the shipping department.
We may refuse to insure or ship items we deem too fragile or a shipping risk. We are not responsible for damage to picture frames in shipping.
Costs for shipping are:

· Shipping Charge: The cost is as per shipper's rate scales.
· Insurance: The charge for insurance on domestic shipments is $0.75 per $100 value (e.g. a $200 item costs $1.50 for insurance). The insurance charge on international shipments is $1.50 per $100 value
· Packaging Materials: We charge for the packing materials used including boxes, packing materials, and labeling materials.
· Labor Charge: Labor rate for shipping is billed at $38.00/hour. A minimum charge is for fifteen minutes.
Buyer's Premium:
Shall be reduced to 26% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000 and reduced to 24% of the final bid price over $100,000 which will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the Buyer as part of the purchase price. This is assuming the account is paid by cash, check or any equivalent of cash. If you settle your account by credit card, the Buyer's Premium shall be the standard 29% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000 and in addition shall be 27% of the final bid price over $100,000 which will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. Winning bids placed through a third-party online platform may be subject to a higher buyer's premium. If the Buyer's Premium set forth on any such platform exceeds the Buyer's Premium set forth herein, Buyer agrees to pay such additional premium charge.
Taxes on your purchase:
State of Maine sales tax is 5.5% and will be collected at time of payment unless a current sales tax certificate is on file or if shipped anywhere except Maine and Massachusetts. If purchases are shipped to a Maine address, sales tax of 5.5% shall be collected unless a current sales tax certificate is on file. If purchases are shipped or delivered to a Massachusetts address, sales tax of 6.25% shall be collected unless a current sales tax certificate is on file.
Condition Statement:
We have attempted to make a consistent effort in cataloging and correctly describing the property to be sold. The catalog descriptions carry a limited guarantee. Please be sure that you know that. It is a guarantee to protect you against major discrepancies that would have a major effect upon the value of the item. Under no circumstances do we guarantee against anything less than a major discrepancy that would have less than a major effect upon value. This limited guarantee covers authenticity. It also covers any major restoration or repair not described. Also we guarantee against fakes, reproductions or major fabrications. As outlined above, our guarantee is limited, however, it is almost unique in a business that operates "Caveat Emptor". This is not a perfect system, however, and it is important to be aware of that. Our intention is to be as fair as possible in our catalog descriptions but it is virtually impossible to adequately describe an antique or collectible item that has been used and shows signs of wear. If you are a discerning, highly particular customer, expecting mint or near mint condition, it is advisable that you not ever submit absentee bids here or at any auction house without seeing the item in person. Since your definition of condition might be far more particular than what any cataloger would have time or space to specify. The entire purpose of our catalog description is to give our readers a general description and idea of what the lot is and we will stand behind that description regarding a major discrepancy only. If the discrepancy is less than a major discrepancy, under no circumstances would any adjustment or refund be made. Should the need arise, the auctioneer reserves the right to make verbal corrections and provide additional information from the block at the time of the sale. Absentee bids will not be executed on items that are found to be other than described in the catalog unless we were able to contact you prior to the lot being sold and advise of this discrepancy. If we are unable to reach you or if time does not permit, we will not execute your bid. Please Note: the only thing we guarantee is what is in print in the catalog and what is announced from the block at the time of sale. Absolutely nothing discussed over the telephone or in person prior to the auction shall be construed as part of the guarantee.

2-Day Winter Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction, Day 1 (537 Lots)

by James D. Julia

February 9, 2017, 10:00 AM EST

Live Auction

Fairfield, ME, USA

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ANNA ELIZA HARDY (American, 1839-1934) TWO FLORAL STILL LIFES OF ROSES.

Estimate: $600 - $700

Description: Oils on board. One in giltwood frame, matted under glass, the other in mahogany frame under glass. One signed lower right "AE Hardy", the other unsigned SIZE: 1) Sight 8-1/4" x 10". Overall 14-3/4" x 16-3/4". 2) 8" x 10-3/4". Overall 12" x 14-3/4" CONDITION: 1) Spotty varnish, surface dirt and small area of retouch. 2) Minor retouch 51019-8

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DAHLOV IPCAR (American, 1917-) TIGER.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: Stuffed cloth. Signed with a stitched name under belly SIZE: 9" h x 15-1/2" l CONDITION: Very good 51325-5

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ALFRED R FULLER (American, 1899-1980)

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: Oil on board. Housed in a modern giltwood frame. Signed lower right "Alfred Fuller", titled on verso SIZE: 16" x 20". Overall 21-1/2" x 25-1/2" CONDITION: Very good with minor warping to board 51376-22

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CD RYAN (American School, 20th century)

Estimate: $500 - $700

Description: Oil on Masonite. Housed in a giltwood Newcomb Macklin frame. Signed and dated lower left "C.D. Ryan. 31", titled on verso "Monhegan Island", frame inscribed "#8136 and NET... 76418" SIZE: 9-3/4" x 14". Overall 14-1/2" x 18-1/2" CONDITION: Very good with minor surface grime and varnish discoloration 51350-14

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FRANK LOUVILLE BOWIE (American, 1857-1936) THREE LANDSCAPES.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: 1) "Portland" Oil on board, Housed in a modern giltwood frame, Signed and dated lower right "F. Louville Bowie 1920", inscribed in pencil verso frame "Portland 1920". 2) Birch Tree in Landscape with Lake, Oil on canvas, Housed in a vintage gold tome wood frame, Signed and dated lower right "F. Louville Bowie 1934". 3) Dorie on a Beach, Oil on canvas, Housed in a giltwood frame, Signed and dated lower right "F. Louville Bowie 1928" SIZE: 1) 18-1/2" x 24-1/2". Overall 20-1/2" x 26-1/2". 2) 14" x 18". Overall 15-1/2" x 19-1/2". 3) 14" x 18". Overall 19-1/2" x 23-1/2" PROVENANCE: Maralyn Young estate, Arundel/Falmouth Maine, being sold unreserved. CONDITION: 1) Good with minor surface grime, discolored varnish. 2) Overall discolored varnish, surface grime and flake losses along upper left edge. 3) Tiny pinholes, minor canvas buckle, stretcher mark along left edge 51412-22

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CHARLES VOLKMAR (American/French, 1841-1914)

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a substantial period giltwood frame, with presentation plaque inscribed with title. Signed, inscribed and dated lower left "Chas. Volkmar Paris 73." Verso canvas stenciled "Frame De Lorette...S ottoz Paris", inscribed in ink on verso "A November Day Mt. Bigelow ME", signed "Chas. Volkmar 34 Boulevard De Clichey Paris". NOTE: Charles Volkmar is better known as a ceramic artist, however at the outset of his career he was an aspiring landscape painter. In 1861 he was accused of being a Confederate sympathizer so he left for Europe and settled in Paris. Many of his canvases depicted American subjects, however, were painted in Europe. He remained there for nearly 15 years. This painting was created in 1873 while he was studying under Henry Harpignies. He was a regular exhibitor in the Paris salons beginning in 1875. SIZE: 26" x 46". Overall 40" x 59-1/2" CONDITION: Patch on verso corresponding to restoration in central tree, craquelure and discolored varnish, several areas of inpaint throughout sky and mountains, one small area in water 51348-12

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PETER ROLFE (American, 1942-)

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a giltwood frame with linen liner. Signed lower left "Rolfe", titled on label affixed to verso, bears J.Todd Galleries, Wellesley label on verso SIZE: 16" x 20". Overall 22-1/2" x 26-1/2" CONDITION: Very good 51425-1

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ANNE W CARLTON (American, 1878-1968)

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Watercolor on paper. Housed in a modern wood frame, matted under glass. Signed lower left "Anne Carleton" SIZE: Sight 14-1/2" x 22-1/4". Overall 24-1/2" x 32" CONDITION: Very good 51325-4

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ATTRIBUTED TO MARY MELLEN (American, 1817-1882) MAINE HARBOR AT SUNSET.

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a period giltwood frame. Apocryphal signature lower right "FH Lane 1829(?)" SIZE: 12" x 16". Overall 16-1/2" x 20-1/2" PROVENANCE: From a Maine/Texas estate being sold unreserved CONDITION: Very good, small area of inpainting in sky, lined with tight, stabilized craquelure 51398-11

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T M NICHOLAS (American, 1963-)

Estimate: $7,000 - $10,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a modern giltwood frame. Signed lower left "T.M. Nicholas" SIZE: 20" x 30". Overall 28-1/2" x 38-1/2" CONDITION: Very good to excellent 51534-1

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T M NICHOLAS (American, 1963-) BOOTHBAY HARBOR.

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a modern giltwood frame with linen liner. Signed lower right "T.M. Nicholas" SIZE: 18" x 14". Overall 26" x 22" CONDITION: Very good to excellent 51351-1

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PAUL STRISIK (American, 1918-1998)

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a giltwood frame. Signed lower left "P Strisik", bears artist's label with title affixed to stretcher, verso canvas stamped "reproduction rights reserved by the artist", stretcher inscribed "Beal's Maine April 1971" SIZE: 12" x 16". Overall 17-1/2" x 21-1/2" CONDITION: Very good 51531-4

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PAUL STRISIK (American, 1918-1998)

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a contemporary giltwood frame with linen liner and presentation plaque. Signed lower left "P Strisik NA", titled on artist's label affixed to stretcher and numbered "3524". Exhibited: Rockport Art Association "Paul Strisik N.A.: The Artist & His Collection", October 4-November 16, 2014 SIZE: 16"x 24". Overall 23-3/4" x 31-3/4" PROVENANCE: Ex-collection George Cahill, Concord, Massachusetts CONDITION: Very good 51531-12

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PAUL STRISIK (American, 1918-1998)

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: Oil on Masonite. Housed in a vintage paint decorated wood frame with linen liner. Signed lower right "P. Strisik", titled on artist's label affixed to verso "No. 0-640", also bears Sandra Wilson Galleries, Denver Colorado label SIZE: 12" x 16". Overall 20-1/4" x 24-1/4" CONDITION: Very good 51531-11

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HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958) MONHEGAN ISLAND DOCK.

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a modern giltwood frame. Unsigned, lot accompanied by a photocopy of a letter of authenticity from Previti Gallery dated 1989 SIZE: 24" x 26". Overall 31-3/4" x 34-3/4" CONDITION: Very good with minor touch up along right edge. 51191-4

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WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS (American, 1888-1969) MORNING STROLL TO SOMES SOUND.

Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a giltwood frame with linen liner. Signed lower right "W. Lester Stevens N.A.", also signed on stretcher SIZE: 20" x 24". Overall 27-3/2" x 31-3/4" CONDITION: Very good 51529-10

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FRANK HENRY SHAPLEIGH (American, 1842-1906)

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a modern giltwood frame. Signed and dated lower left "F.H. Shapleigh 1885.", titled and signed on verso "Old Mill at Andover Maine by F.H. Shapleigh." SIZE: 20" x 30". Overall 28" x 39" CONDITION: Minor craquelure, the canvas is brittle and separating from stretcher along top edge, area of restoration in sky, otherwise good 51443-2

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ABBOTT FULLER GRAVES (American, 1859-1936) LANDSCAPE WITH LIGHTHOUSE AND FORT.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Oil on board. Unframed. Signed with initials lower left "AG", signed on verso "Abbott Graves" and inscribed "82" SIZE: 6-1/4" x 9-1/4" CONDITION: Shrinkage cracks and craquelure, surface dirt, damaged area to board lower right 51456-1

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ANDREW WINTER (American, 1893-1958) SAWMILL, MONHEGAN MAINE.

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a 1950's carved wood partial gilt frame with linen liner. Signed lower right "A Winter" SIZE: 22" x 26". Overall: 31" x 35-1/4" CONDITION: Some surface dirt, very good 51319-12

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WILLIAM THON (American, 1906-2000)

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: Watercolor on paper. Housed in a giltwood frame with linen liner under glass. Signed lower right "Thon", boat inscribed with name "Lady Jane, Eastport", bears several labels on verso with title including Dartmouth College and Midtown Galleries SIZE: 20" x 26-3/4". Overall 28" x 34-1/2" CONDITION: Paper is buckling and minor foxing lower center along edges 51350-6

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REUBEN TAM (American, 1916-1991)

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Acrylic on canvas. Housed in a black and gold decorated wood frame. Signed lower right "Tam", titled and dated on verso. This lot is accompanied by "Monhegan, The Artists' Island", Camden Maine: Downeast Books, 1995, illustrated page 128 SIZE: 20" x 22". Overall 21-1/2" x 23-1/4" PROVENANCE: Ex-collection John Horton CONDITION: Very good 51325-3

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ALLAN LEHTIS (American, 1932-2006) THREE LANDSCAPES.

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Three acrylics on canvas. Housed in black and gold frames. Each signed lower right "ALLAN LEHTIS" . Including 1) Cranes Flying Over Water 2) Arctic Landscape 3) Maine Coast SIZE: Each 40" x 34". Overall: 36" x 41-1/2" CONDITION: Very good 51402-1

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JAMES PERRY WILSON (American, 1889-1976) TWO WORKS: CLIFFS & SHORELINE OF MONHEGAN ISLAND, MAINE.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Oil on board. Housed in identical silver gilt & carved modern frames with linen liners. Signed lower left & lower right "J P Wilson 1928" SIZE: Sight: 9-1/2" x 7-1/2" Overall: 15-3/4" x 13-3/4". Sight: 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". Overall: 13-3/4" x 15-3/4" PROVENANCE: From a private Maine Collection CONDITION: Very good with minor touch up to one 51179-1

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JOHN A NEFF (American, 1926- ) SIX WORKS:

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Watercolors on paper. Four in identical silver metal frames, the double in a decorative wood frame. All signed lower right "J.A. Neff, WPA". A WPA (Whisky Painters of America) label to reverse of each with title and artist SIZE: Sight 4" x 5" each. Overall: four 10-+1/4" X 12-1/4", one 14-1/2" x 20-3/4". PROVENANCE: From a Maine/Texas Collection CONDITION: Very good. 51398-52

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JAY CONNAWAY (American, 1893-1970) CLOUDY LANDSCAPE.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: Oil on Masonite. Housed in a giltwood frame with linen liner. Signed lower right "Connaway", bears exhibition label from the Rockport Art Association dated October 4th to November 16th, 2014, "Paul Strisik, N.A.: The Artist and his Collection" SIZE: 8" x 10". Overall 13" x 15" CONDITION: Very good with minor touch up 51301-3

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RAY WELCH (American, Mid 20th Century) SIX WORKS FROM CHILDHOOD MEMORIES.

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: 1) Boats off lighthouse point. Oil on masonite. Housed in a walnut Victorian frame. 2) Circus scene. Oil on masonite. Housed a Victorian walnut frame. 3) General Store interior. Oil on masonite. Housed in an antique lemon gold frame with losses. 4) Church day. Gouache/watercolor on paper. Housed in a simple black frame with glass. 5) Ship with lighthouse. Unframed oil on masonite. 6) Church Day "Lake View Rest". Oil on masonite. Unframed. Verso is written "This is a painting from childhood memory by Raymond Welch Bayneg Beg Hill, Sanford, Maine". All signed "Ray-Welch" lower right SIZE: 1) 16" x 28". Overall: 21" x 33". 2) 18" x 24". Overall: 22" x 28". 3) 14" x 18". Overall: 17" x 21-1/2". 4) Sight: 11" x 15". Overall: 12-1/2" x 16-1/2". 5) 15-1/2" x 24". 6) 12-1/2" x 22" CONDITION: Some light scratches, generally very good 51303-3

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010)

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed with initials and dated lower right "A.P. '38", signed, titled, and dated on verso "Searsport Storm March 1938, Alzira Peirce", bears Midtown galleries, NY label on stretcher SIZE: 20" x 24" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Overall good with minor stretcher marks and spotty varnish, otherwise good 51220-9

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010) SOLDIER AND WOMAN IN RED DRESS DANCING.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed with initials and dated lower right "AP. '44" SIZE: 20" x 16" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Minor surface dirt, other wise good 51220-11

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010)

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,600

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed and dated lower right "Alzira Peirce 1941", signed, dated and titled on verso "Alzira Peirce Laying Cable 1940" SIZE: 31" x 43" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Surface grime, minor abrasions along edges 51220-5

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010)

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed and dated lower right "Alzira Peirce '31" SIZE: 32" x 45-1/2" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Canvas is detached from stretcher in several places, significant surface grime, losses along the edges, surface abrasions 51220-7

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010)

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Initialed lower right "AP.", signed titled and inscribed on verso "Alzira Peirce, Bangor, ME. Children's Bath" SIZE: 16" x 22" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Surface grime, abrasions along edges, depression to canvas upper left. 51220-10

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010) THE PING PONG MATCH.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed and dated lower right "Alzira Peirce 1941", inscribed on verso "W Peirce" SIZE: 31" x 43" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Surface grime, several losses and abrasions along edges 51220-6

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010) ROASTING MARSHMALLOWS.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed and dated lower right "Alzira Peirce 1941". SIZE: 27" x 40" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Generally very good 51220-1

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010)

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed and dated lower right "Alzira Peirce Jan. 1940", signed titled and dated on verso "Looking for Crayfish Alzira Peirce 1939" SIZE: 22" x 30" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Good with minor surface grime, small scattered flake losses 51220-2

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WALDO OR ALZIRA PEIRCE (American, 20th Century) PEIRCE FAMILY PICNIC.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Unsigned. NOTE: Scene shows Alzira Peirce and her husband, artist Waldo Peirce and their twin boys SIZE: 28-3/4" x 36-1/2" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Surface dirt, 1/4" hole in center, 3" vertical scratch, otherwise good 51220-3

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ATTRIBUTED TO ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010) PEIRCE FAMILY OUTING.

Estimate: $3,500 - $5,000

Description: Chip carved and painted wood relief plaque. Unframed. Unsigned. NOTE: Scene shows Alzira Peirce and her husband, artist Waldo Peirce and their twin boys SIZE: 11" x 42" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Very good. Sides have multiple drilled holes likely from reclaimed wood, large shrinkage cracks and split to panel radiating from right side. 51220-4

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ALZIRA BOEHM PEIRCE (American, 1908-2010)

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Unframed. Signed lower right "Alzira", signed and titled on verso SIZE: 43" x 31" PROVENANCE: By descent within the family of the artist CONDITION: Very good 51220-8

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BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991)

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Silver gelatin print. Unframed, mounted on archival mat board. Signed in pencil lower right "Berenice Abbott" numbered lower left "34/40", titled in pencil on verso "Greyhound Bus Terminal", stamped "Berenice Abbott Retrospective/ published by Parasol Press, Ltd. 1982. All rights reserved" SIZE: 18-1/4" x 23-1/4". Overall 30-1/2" x 36-1/4" CONDITION: Very good 51349-2

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BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991)

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Silver gelatin print . Unframed, mounted on archival mat board . Signed in pencil lower right "Berenice Abbott" numbered lower left "34/40", titled in pencil on verso "Portfolio C: Rector Street Italian Festival", stamped "Berenice Abbott Retrospective/ published by Parasol Press, Ltd. 1982. All rights reserved" SIZE: 23-1/4" x 17-1/2". Overall 36-1/2" x 30-1/2" CONDITION: Very good 51349-3

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BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991)

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Silver gelatin print. Unframed, mounted on archival mat board. Signed in pencil lower right "Berenice Abbott" numbered lower left "34/40", titled in pencil on verso "Fulton St Fish Market", stamped "Berenice Abbott Retrospective/ published by Parasol Press, Ltd. 1982. All rights reserved" SIZE: 18-3/4" x 23". Overall 30-1/2" x 36-1/2" CONDITION: Very good 51349-1

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PAUL HOWARD MANSHIP (American, 1885-1966)

Estimate: $400,000 - $600,000

Description: Bronze. Inscribed on center top of base "1926 Paul Manship". Inscribed on side of base "Alexis Rudier Fondeur Paris". According ot Janis Conner & Joel Rosenkranz Indian Hunter and His Dog was one of the sculptor's most popular and widely recognized sculptures. It is also one of the few that is not based on mythology but rather takes its inspiration in part from Manship's recollections of his childhood in Minnesota. "Indian Hunter and His Dog is a fluid, subtly naturalistic work whose sophisticated triangular composition has much in common with the Diana and Actaeon groups." (Rediscoveries in American Sculpture: Studio Works, 1893-1939, Austin, Texas, 1989, page 148.. Manship was commissioned to install a life-size version of Indian Hunter and His Dog at Cochran Memorial Park in Manship's home town of Saint Paul, MN. It is believed that 12 examples of his 21" version were made. . 8 examples are known to be in institutions. The last one to come to the auction market was in 2013 at Sotheby's, New York, 12/4/13, lot 36 and sold for $1,565,000 (incl. premium).. . SPECIAL NOTE: We would like to thank Steve Tatti Fine Arts Conservator, NYC, for his assistance in cataloging this item SIZE: 21" h x 24" l PROVENANCE: Alice Osofsky (1913-1994) Garden City, Long Island, NY; Donated to a private CT museum in the late 1960's by Alice Osofsky for a collection of Tiffany Studio glass & lamps; De-accessioned from a private CT Museum (name withheld by request). Alice Osofsky was a well recognized and respected dealer & authority on Tiffany glass & lamps. CONDITION: Wonderful unpolished brown bronze patina, arrows bent at finger tips, otherwise very good 51372-3

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JUD HARTMANN (American, 1948-) THE ROMANS OF THE WEST I.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: Bronze. Mounted to a molded edge hardwood base. Signed under bark "Hartmann 12/60" SIZE: Bronze: 18-1/4" h. Overall: 20" h x 19" l x 6-1/2" w PROVENANCE: From a Maine/Texas estate being sold unreserved CONDITION: Very good 51358-16

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LEONARD LANE (American/Canadian, 1910-1978) COASTAL VIEW WITH SHIMMERING MOONLIGHT.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a white and gold decorated carved wood frame. Signed lower left "Leonard C. Lane" SIZE: 25" x 30". Overall 33-1/2" x 38-1/2" CONDITION: Good with small loss in sky 51403-1

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JACK LORIMER GRAY (American, 1927-1981) PORTRAIT OF THE BRITISH TORPEDO BOAT

Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a fine giltwood frame. Signed lower right "Jack L. Gray", inscribed on stretcher "Painted for Bruce A. Norris 1967 J Gray" with title and artists signature SIZE: 20-1/4" x 30-1/4". Overall 28" x 37" CONDITION: Very good, lined, with some inpainting 51344-7

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JACK GRAY (American/Canadian, 1927-1981)

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: Oil on canvas board. Housed in a modern gray frame with white liner. Signed and dated lower left "Jack L. Gray 61" SIZE: 18" x 24". Overall 23" x 29" CONDITION: Very good with discolored varnish 51304-4

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LOUIS ASTON KNIGHT (American, 1873-1948)

Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: Oil on Canvas. Housed in a mottled red and gold decorated wood frame. Signed lower right "Aston Knight York River", titled on verso of stretcher "Bluff Pool, York River, Gaspe" (in the eastern side of Quebec) SIZE: 18-1/4" x 21-1/2". Overall 24" x 27-1/2" CONDITION: Very good 51325-1

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PAUL STRISIK (American, 1918-1998)

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a rustic wood frame with linen liner. Signed lower right "P Strisik", titled on artist's label affixed to stretcher "No. 0-2040" SIZE: 16" x 20". Overall 24" x 28" CONDITION: Very good to excellent 51531-13

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CARL W PETERS (American, 1897-1980)

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a modern giltwood frame. Unsigned, titled on verso "Ice Patches No. 368" SIZE: 25" x 30". Overall 29" x 34" PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the family of the artist CONDITION: Good with several small paint splatters along top 51208-3

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CARL W PETERS (American, 1897-1980) AUTUMN VILLAGE VIEW, ROCKPORT.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a modern gold frame with linen liner. Unsigned, bears artist's estate stamp signed by Elaine P. Woodbury SIZE: 20" x 24". Overall 24" x 28" PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the family of the artist CONDITION: Good 51208-10

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WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS (American, 1888-1969) GLOUCESTER FARM HOUSE WITH STONE WALL.

Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Description: Oil on canvas. Housed in a substantial carved giltwood frame. Signed lower right "W. Lester Stevens. 1921", bears Vose Galleries label affixed to backing board SIZE: 42" x 48" Overall 51-1/2" x 57" PROVENANCE: Vose Galleries, Boston, inventory no. 35953 CONDITION: Very good with minor flake losses. Note: Some areas have canvas showing through which was the intention of the artist while other areas have tiny flake losses that do not distract from the overall image 51350-16

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