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Auction Description for Charleston Auction House: February on line catalog estate & collectable auction
Auction Description:
February Catalog Auction
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Sunday, February 19, 2017
 
Preview:  Friday & Saturday 10-2
(311 Huger Street, Charleston, SC 29403)
 
Items from several notable Charleston homes to include:  rugs, art, lighting, furniture, silver, mirrors, china, antiques and much more.



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February on line catalog estate & collectable auction (368 Lots)

by Charleston Auction House

February 19, 2017, 1:00 PM EST

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Charleston, SC, USA

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Alfred Hutty-

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: (lone Pine, Ile De Noir-moutier), 1927 Art 73/4x9 3/4 Frame 14 3/4x17 1/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given a scholarship to study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty, Untitled Water Color N.d.

Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

Description: Uncompleted Water Color Of A Woman On The Back Of This Work. Art 18x14 1/2 Framed 25x22 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given a scholarship to study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: Inscribed Along Bottom: "done With Hutty-hulett Process At Princeton Labratory". "this Fireplace At 44 Washington Road". "this Fireplace Was In The Living Room Of George & Dewey Helett At 44 Washington Road

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Alfred Hutty-

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,500

Description: Art 9x73/4 Framed 16.5x15 3/4 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty-

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: "2nd State A.h." Art 8.5x8.5 Framed 16 1/4x 15 7/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty, Untitled Original N.d.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Art 15x10.5 Framed 22x18 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000

Description: Inscribed Lower Center "first State Trial Study" A.h. Art 8 3/4x 7 3/4 Framed 16.5x15 3/4 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Ernest D. Roth 1905 & 1906

Estimate: $900 - $1,500

Description: Art 8.5x5 Framed 10.5x19 5/6 Art 9x4.5 Found In The Papers Of Alfred Herber Hutty Ernest D. Roth (1879-1964)

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Alfred Hutty, Untitled Original Nd

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Art 11.5x14 Framed 18x207/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty, Untitled Original, 1926

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Art 13 1/4x 113/4 Framed 201/8x191/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: "first Impression First State Aug 29, 1933 A.h." Art 10x12 Framed 163/4x193/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty ,

Estimate: $1,500 - $3,500

Description: Art 93/4x 83/4 Framed 16 5/8x157/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: "my Mother On Her 100th Birthday" Alfred Hutty Art 6.5x73/4 Framed 13.5x15 1/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Written On Drawing: "2nd Plate By The H.+ H. P., Dec 12-21, Geo. A. Hulett, Alfred Hutty" "this Is The Second Proff. Will You Kindly Have Prof Hulett Sign His Name Above Mine. Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: (by The Sea) [ca 1936] Art 9.5x 11 1/4 Framed 16 1/4x 18 5/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty, Bearskin Neck

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Art 5 3/8 4 1/2 Framed 15 3/4 15 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Art 7 3/8 X 10.5 Framed 13 7/8 X 16 7/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: "final Proof First State A.h." Art 12 1/4x 14 Framed 19 1/4x 20 3/4 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Art 12x 12.5 Framed 18 5/8x 19 7/8 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: (sycamores By The River) Art 15.5x 9 3/4 Framed 22.5x 17 1/4 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty ,

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: "edition 75" Art 8x8 Framed 15x15 1/4 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty,

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: "selected As One Of The Fine Prints Of Year 1984" Art 15 3/8x 9.5 Framed 22 1/8x 16 3/4 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Alfred Hutty Original Old Sail Boat N.d.

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: Art 10.5x13 1/4 Framed 17 7/8x 21 Alfred Heber Hutty (1877 Ð 1954) Was Born In Grand Haven, Michigan. He Showed A Talent For Draftsmanship At A Young Age And Was Given A Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At At Scholarship To Study Stained Glass Design At Kansas City School of Fine Arts. After marriage and the birth of his only child, he moved to St. Louis where he met his mentor Birge Harrision. Hutty followed Harrision to the burgeoning art colony in Woodstock, NY in 1908 and studied painting under Harrision's tutelage at the New York Art Students League Summer School. To supplement his income, Hutty temporarily relocated to the New York area where he gained employment in stained glass window design at Tiffany's Studios for eight years, until the outbreak fo World War I. While in New York, Hutty studied anatomy and life draing under George Bridgman and impressionist landscape painting with Frank Vincent Dumond at the Art Student's League. Later, Hutty would return to woodstock, having purchased a farm with Panoramic views of the Catskills aptly named ÔBroadviewÕ. He Devoted The First Decade Of In 1907. Returning To New York, He Remained Until 1912, Then Returned To Italy And France For Two Years With His Friend J. Andre Smith, Also A Gifted Etcher.

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Hand Knotted Wool Rug

Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000

Description: 143x105.5 Beautiful Large Hand Knotted Wool Rug With Black Background. Terrific In Any Space.

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19th Century Parquet Game Table

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: 28x15x29.5

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2 Drawer Sofa Table

Estimate: $850 - $1,600

Description: 44x25x30

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3 Antique Matching Corner Cabinets (bench Made)

Estimate: $2,000 - $20,000

Description: 31x20x69 English made had been in this family for 3 generations

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4 Victorian Carved Mixed Wood Chairs (cane Seats)

Estimate: $600 - $750

Description: 19th Century Arched Rail With Urn-form Splat And Cane Seat, On Turned Legs Joined By Stretchers (good Condition Consistent With Age)

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American Drop Leaf Table

Estimate: $500 - $700

Description: 66x42x29

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American Mid-19th Century Cellarette

Estimate: $900 - $1,200

Description: 29x18x32

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Anne Worsham Richards Framed

Estimate: $400 - $500

Description: 12x9

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Antique

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Base Is Missing (could Be Turned Into A Chandelier) 19.25x12

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Antique Blanket  Chest

Estimate: $500 - $750

Description: 48.5x20.5x31

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Antique Cooper Glass Lamps

Estimate: $150 - $250

Description: 8x8x39

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Antique Crystal Wall Sconce

Estimate: $100 - $150

Description: 5x16x15

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Antique Drop Leaf Table

Estimate: $600 - $1,000

Description: 49x42x29 Antique Drop Leaf Table. Both Sides Open And Drop With Antique Hardware Underneath.

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Antique English Secretary

Estimate: $2,000 - $2,800

Description: 84" Tall, 41" Wide, 18" Deep Beautiful Antique English Secretary Found In France. Wood Is Beautiful And Glass Is Old. The Interior Of The Glass Shelving Section Is Lined With Striated Velvet In Deep turquoise.

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Antique Fishing Can Lamp With Woven Shade

Estimate: $75 - $150

Description: 10x6.5x22

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Antique Fishing Can Lamp With Woven Shade

Estimate: $75 - $150

Description: 10x6.5x22

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Antique French Armoire

Estimate: $900 - $1,200

Description: 77" Tall, 37" Wide, 19" Deep This Antique French Armoire Has A Shabby Chic Presentation With Green And White Pain. It Is In Great Shape And Is A Fun Piece With Wonderful Storage

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Antique French Oval Inlay Table

Estimate: $600 - $900

Description: 22" Deep, 35"wide, 29" Tall This Antique French Oval Inlay Table Is A Great Size For A Multitude Of Uses. You Will Enjoy Putting It To Good Use

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Antique French Table With Drawer

Estimate: $350 - $500

Description: 39x27x28

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Starting bid: $170 (0 bids)

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Antique French Washstand

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: 32" Tall, 39.5" Wide, 18" Deep This Antique French Washstand Is In Good Condition And Will Be Great In So Many Different Spaces For Different Uses. The Marble Top Is Beautiful

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Antique Green Fishing Can

Estimate: $50 - $150

Description: 6x3x2

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Antique Mahogany  Empire 5 Drawer Chest

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: 38x19.5x49.5 Beautiful Antique Mahogany 5 Drawer Chest On A Slightly Smaller Scale Than Most Empire Chests. Fits Beautifully Into Modern Spaces. Lovely Detailing On Both Sides. Fabulous condition.

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Antique Mahogany Chair & Foot Stool

Estimate: $250 - $350

Description: 25x23.5x35

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Starting bid: $120 (0 bids)

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Antique Mahogany Mirror With Inset Painting

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Starting bid: $70 (0 bids)

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Antique Oak Chair

Estimate: $150 - $350

Description: Antique Oak Chair

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Antique Oak Ladder Back Chair With Cain Seat

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Starting bid: $60 (0 bids)

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Antique Outdoor Settee

Estimate: $250 - $450

Description: Antique Outdoor Settee

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