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Auction Description for Stanford Auctioneers: Fine Art - Day 2 Starting Bid @ $550 or Less
Viewing Notes:
Viewing by appointment. No previews are available day of sale.
Sale Notes:
Our two day sale includes paintings, drawings, watercolors, fine prints, posters, sculpture, and many other types of artwork. Material included: 21st/20th/19th Centuries American, 21st/20th/19th Centuries European, Latin American, Latin American Folk Art featuring Mexican Masks, Asian, and Old Masters. The Fine Art auctions begin on Saturday, December 8th and continue on Sunday, December 9th, 2012. Ashe Auctioneers is the largest Fine Art & Photographs auction house in 10 of the 11 Western States (Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington), California being the exception. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, we hold approximately 16 regularly scheduled auctions each year. We focus on traditional fine art and photography. Fine Art auctions generally consist of Old Master to Contemporary work, from the 15th to the 21st centuries, with an emphasis on 19th and 20th century material. We sell paintings, drawings, sculpture, fine prints, vintage and fine art posters, and many other types of fine art. Photographic items range from the earliest created images through the very recent. An important category in the Fine Art sales is Latin American material, with a sub-category in Mexican Folk Ar

Fine Art - Day 2 Starting Bid @ $550 or Less

by Stanford Auctioneers


811 lots with images

December 9, 2012

Live Auction

530 E. McDowell Rd.

Phoenix, AZ, 85004 USA

Phone: 602-266-8482

Fax: 602-266-8459

Email: info@stanfordauctioneers.com

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MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

Lot 1523: MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

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Description: Mexican Maskmaker [20th Century]. "Mexican Mask [Traditional - 0148]. Ciervo Mask, from the Carpinteros Dance (Carnival), State of Hidalgo [Mexico]". Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture. 1970s. A "danced" mask. Not made for the tourist trade or for sale, but created by the indigenous person to be used only in a ceremonial dance. Overall condition good. Approx. 25in high, 19 1/4in wide, 7in deep (635mm x 489mm x 178mm). MO Inv #MA0103. [26938] |500| {K90} <+>

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MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

Lot 1524: MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

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Description: Mexican Maskmaker [20th Century]. "Mexican Mask [Traditional - 0149]. Pajaro Mask, from the Carpinteros Dance (Carnival), State of Hidalgo [Mexico]". Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture. 1970s. A "danced" mask. Not made for the tourist trade or for sale, but created by the indigenous person to be used only in a ceremonial dance. Overall condition good. Approx. 16in high, 7in wide, 7in deep (456mm x 178mm x 178mm). MO Inv #MA0104. [26939] |400| {K90} <+>

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MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

Lot 1525: MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

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Description: Mexican Maskmaker [20th Century]. "Mexican Mask [Traditional - 0150]. Coyote Mask, from the Carpinteros Dance (Carnival), State of Hidalgo [Mexico]". Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture. Late 1970s. A "danced" mask. Not made for the tourist trade or for sale, but created by the indigenous person to be used only in a ceremonial dance. Overall condition good. Approx. 20in high, 9in wide, 12in deep (508mm x 229mm x 305mm). MO Inv #MA0105. [26940] |400| {K90} <+>

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MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

Lot 1526: MEXICAN MASKMAKER [20TH CENTURY] - Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture

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Description: Mexican Maskmaker [20th Century]. "Mexican Mask [Traditional - 0151]. Guacamayo Mask, from the Carpinteros Dance (Carnival), State of Hidalgo [Mexico]". Hand-carved, hand-painted polychromed natural hardwood sculpture. 1970s. A "danced" mask. Not made for the tourist trade or for sale, but created by the indigenous person to be used only in a ceremonial dance. Overall condition good. Approx. 16in high, 7in wide, 7in deep (456mm x 178mm x 178mm). MO Inv #MA0106. [26941] |500| {K90} <+>

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AMERICAN SCHOOL [19TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Bed

Lot 1527: AMERICAN SCHOOL [19TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Bed

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Description: American School [19th Century]. "19th Century American Rope Bed". Furniture - Bed. 1890s. Overall very good condition. Headboard and footboard set with side rails. Matching pineapple finials. 39" height x 76" width x 42 1/2" depth. [20575] |100| {R100}

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AMERICAN SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Chair

Lot 1528: AMERICAN SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Chair

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Description: American School [20th Century]. "Mission Oak Chair with Arms and Padded Seat". Furniture - Chair. 1920s. Overall very good condition. Measurements: 37" height x 22" width x 18" depth. [21945] |125| {R100}

Condition Report: Overall very good condition.

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CONTINENTAL SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Table

Lot 1529: CONTINENTAL SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Table

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Description: Continental School [20th Century]. "Magnificent Lion's Head Center Table". Furniture - Table. 20th century. Overall very good condition. Scalloped, curved and tier rimmed top over four bearded lion carved legs. Cross stretcher. Dimensions: 30" height x 58" width x 45" depth. [21651] |400| {R100}

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CONTINENTAL SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Screen

Lot 1530: CONTINENTAL SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Screen

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Description: Continental School [20th Century]. "Red Paneled Fabric Screen". Furniture - Screen. c1930s. Overall very good condition. Measurements: 80" (height) x 72" (width overall) x 1" (depth.). [20532] |300| {R100}

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ENGLISH SCHOOL [19TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Easel

Lot 1531: ENGLISH SCHOOL [19TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Easel

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Description: English School [19th Century]. "Victorian Parlor Bamboo Easel". Furniture - Easel. Late 19th century. Measurements: 68 in. (height) x 22 1/2 in. (width). [20552] |150| {R100}

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MEXICAN SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Desk

Lot 1532: MEXICAN SCHOOL [20TH CENTURY] - Furniture - Desk

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Description: Mexican School [20th Century]. "Mexican Hand Carved Pine Desk". Furniture - Desk. 1950s. Overall very good condition. Measurements: 30" height x 58" width x 32" depth. [22606] |300| {R100}

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GEORGE M. NIEDECKEN - Furniture - Print Cabinet

Lot 1533: GEORGE M. NIEDECKEN - Furniture - Print Cabinet

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Description: George M. Niedecken (American, 1878 - 1927). "Upright Wooden Print Cabinet with Base". Furniture - Print Cabinet. c1910s. Measurements of cabinet: 31" height x 44 5/8" width x 17 1/2" depth. Provenance: Sotheby's, Chicago. Overall very good condition. Original finish to the cabinet. Base is new. Niedecken was a contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright and extremely influential in his day. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on August 16, 1878. He showed early talent, studying art as a child, and later was enrolled in the decorative design program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago under Louis Millet, a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and founder of the Department of Decorative Design at the Art Institute of Chicago. As a young man Niedecken spent time in Europe, studying under Alphonse Mucha, consulting with Otto Wagner and other Vienna Secessionists. The influence of the Secessionists is visible in much of his early work. Niedecken's philosophy was a comprehensive one encompassing the collaboration of architect, designer, and client, determining the "fitness" of the design and materials to the project. Though brilliant in his own right, Niedecken is probably best known for the result of his collaboration with Frank Lloyd Wright on the Robie, Dana, Mayer-May, and Bogk houses. Much of the custom furniture that went into Wright's Prairie houses was made by the company formed by Niedecken and his brother-in-law, John Walbridge. The Niedecken-Walbridge Company worked with both architect and client on concepts and products, produced working drawings and renderings for client presentations, and supervised the manufacture and installation of furnishings. In addition to the collaboration with Wright, Niedecken worked with other Prairie School architects such as William Purcell, George Elmslie, Percy D. Bentley, Spencer and Powers, Tallmadge and Watson, and William Drummond. Courtesy: Michael Fitzsimmons Decorative Arts. [21661] |400| {R100}

Condition Report: Measurements of cabinet: 31" height x 44 5/8" width x 17 1/2" depth.

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