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Virginia Fouche Bolton Sold at Auction Prices

b. 1929 - d. 2004

Artist Virginia Fouche Bolton's work captures the memorable characters and picturesque scenery of her adopted home, Charleston, South Carolina. Born in Hartsville in 1929, Bolton moved to Charleston at the age of 14 and fell in love with the city. After receiving her art degree, Bolton began teaching art at local high schools in addition to painting professionally. Art aficionados could find Virginia Fouche Bolton's prints in the gallery that she and her husband opened in 1976.

As an artist, Virginia Fouche Bolton rendered her subjects, like the iconic flower ladies of Charleston, with gentle brushstrokes and attention to facial expressions. Her arresting body of work is notable for its ability to capture the warmth of Charleston's sunlight and its people. Since her passing in 2004, the value of Virginia Fouche Bolton's prints has been on the rise. Find captivating portrait prints online or at auction to energize your collection with faces from the past or present.

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        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Jun. 27, 2024

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $600 - $800

          (American/South Carolina, 1929-2004) Spanish Moss, Lowcountry Swamp, South Carolina, signed lower right, "Fouche", watercolor on paper, sight 21 x 28-1/2 in., gilt wood frame, 28-1/2 x 36 in.

          Brunk Auctions
        • PAIR VIRGINIA FOUCHE :CHARLESTON STREET" & "ST MICHAELS BY MORNING CHARLESTON"
          Aug. 20, 2023

          PAIR VIRGINIA FOUCHE :CHARLESTON STREET" & "ST MICHAELS BY MORNING CHARLESTON"

          Est: $300 - $400

          Both are pencil signed and numbered limited edition Virginia Fouche Print, St. Michaels by Morning" and "Charleston Street". Charleston SC. Professionally framed and matted, each measures in the frame 31"x24"x1". Weight 16lbs. NO IN HOUSE SHIPPING... PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • 1988 JOGGLING BOARD VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON
          Jun. 25, 2023

          1988 JOGGLING BOARD VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON

          Est: $75 - $125

          1988 Virginia Fouché Bolton (1929-2004) Watercolor Print, "The Joggling Board". Professionally framed and matted. The print has been pencil signed by the artist. In frame 20x14x1. Weight 3 pds 3 oz.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) American
          May. 25, 2023

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) American

          Est: $800 - $1,500

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) Watercolor on Paper, Signed, Measures (17 x 13.5 inches) w/frame (22 x29 inches) An important member of South Carolina's art community for over forty years, Virginia Fouché Bolton is a graduate of Winthrop College. In 1951 she married and settled in Mt. Pleasant. Ten years, and five children later she began teaching at the St. John the Baptist parochial school. Teaching everything from English to science, Bolton soon went on to Moultrie and Wando High Schools where her teaching career expanded to art classes. For nearly 19 years she taught in the Charleston community, where her students chalked up numerous state and national awards, and many pursued art related careers. In 1976, Bolton opened her own gallery. Her colorful scenes of Charleston, its people, and environs have documented changes in the city for decades. While Bolton is known primarily for her watercolor scenes, this portrait exemplifies the depth of her skill and technique as an artist.

          Cutler Bay Auctions
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOULTON LTD ED LITHO
          Jun. 05, 2022

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOULTON LTD ED LITHO

          Est: $150 - $200

          Virginia Fouche Boulton Limited Edition Charleston Watercolor print. Signed and numbered in pencil by the Artist #563/3000. Professionally framed 23"x29"x1". Weight 7 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)
          Apr. 01, 2022

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)

          Est: $200 - $300

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) two works: A SUCCESSFUL DAY IN CHARLESTON, and LEAPFROGGIN' THE MAILBOXES IN CHARLESTON watercolor and ink, framed as pair, signed & titled sight H9 1/2" W7 1/4" (2pcs) Provenance: Private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON PAINTING
          Aug. 29, 2021

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON PAINTING

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          American South Carolina, (1929-2004) signed lower right. On canvas. Image 32 inches x 25 inches. Signed on verso Virginia Fouche Bolton. Gallery label and original price. Titled Taint No Betterup North. Medium Polymer. Original price $150. Metal frame. Barn find. Fresh to market. Dirty and needs cleaning.

          White's Auctions
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Apr. 02, 2021

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $300 - $500

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) PORTRAIT OF YOUNG BOY watercolor, framed, signed sight H25" W18" Provenance: Private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • LARGE VIRGINIA FOUCHE SNOWY EGRETS
          May. 03, 2020

          LARGE VIRGINIA FOUCHE SNOWY EGRETS

          Est: $200 - $300

          Large Limited Edition Virginia Fouche Snowy Egrets. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Professionally framed and double matted. In Frame 24 1/2"x25 1/4"x1". Weight 13 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • (2) VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOULTON (D.2004) ILLUSTRATIONS
          Jun. 21, 2019

          (2) VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOULTON (D.2004) ILLUSTRATIONS

          Est: $300 - $500

          (lot of 2) Framed watercolor and ink illustrations on paper, signed lower right Fouche (Virginia Fouche Bolton, South Carolina, 1929-2004), including: (1) Young Boy with Dogs, (1) Young Boys Fishing; sight: approx 9.75"h, 7.5"w, overall: approx 15.75"h, 13.25"w, 4.75lbs total Start Price: $200.00

          Austin Auction Gallery
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Apr. 04, 2019

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $300 - $500

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) PORTRAIT OF YOUNG WOMAN (possibly her daughter Donna) watercolor, framed, signed sight H19" W25 1/4" Provenance: Property of a Southern lady

          Charlton Hall
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON LTD ED LITHO
          Mar. 31, 2019

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON LTD ED LITHO

          Est: $125 - $200

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) Low Country Marsh and Egret Limited Edition Print. Signed and numbered in Pencil by the artist #44/2000. Professionally framed and matted. Measures 29 1/2"x22"x1". Weight 7 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • ORIGINAL VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON
          Mar. 31, 2019

          ORIGINAL VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON

          Est: $1,800 - $2,200

          Virginia Fouche Bolton South Carolina (1929-2004) Large Original Watercolor Spanish Moss Lowcountry Swamp, purchased directly from the artist. Professionally framed and matted. In frame 38 x 30.5 x 1.5"/ Image 28.5 x 21". Weight 15 pds. PROVENANCE: A Private Mt. Pleasant - Old Village SC Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • FOUCHE RAINBOW ROW CHARLESTON
          Jan. 27, 2019

          FOUCHE RAINBOW ROW CHARLESTON

          Est: $150 - $250

          Rainbow Row Charleston SC Limited Edition Print by Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929-2004). Pencil signed and numbered by the artist. Edition of only 500. Professionally framed and double matted. Measures 33"x17"x1". PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • Four Signed Framed Charleston Related Prints
          Oct. 27, 2018

          Four Signed Framed Charleston Related Prints

          Est: $100 - $150

          1. "Summer Dunes - Charleston, S.C." after the original watercolor by Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929-2004), personalized in pencil lower left "Especially for Steve and Judy" and signed in pencil lower right "Fouche", matted and under glass in gilt frame 15 3/4"W x 12 3/4"H---2. Three prints after original watercolors by Edward Emerson: "Along Rainbow Row" signed in pencil lower left; "The Dock Street Theatre" signed in pencil lower left; "Legare Street Doorway" signed and numbered lower left "999/1100"; all matted and framed en suite in gilt frames; two horizontal 21 1/4"W x 17 1/4"H, one vertical 17 1/4"W x 21 1/4"H---all in good condition

          Ivy Auctions
        • THE MARSHLANDS OF EDISTO ISLAND FOUCHE
          Oct. 21, 2018

          THE MARSHLANDS OF EDISTO ISLAND FOUCHE

          Est: $100 - $200

          The Marshlands of Edisto Island Limited Edition Virginia Fouche. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Professionally framed and matted. In Frame 27"x20"x1". Weight 6 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BROAD ST CHARLESTON
          Oct. 21, 2018

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BROAD ST CHARLESTON

          Est: $75 - $125

          Pencil signed Virginia Fouche Print, Broad Street, Charleston SC. Professionally framed and double matted, measures in the frame 12"x10"x1". Weight 1 pd 6 oz. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • 2 VIRGINIA FOUCHE FRAMED PRINTS
          Oct. 21, 2018

          2 VIRGINIA FOUCHE FRAMED PRINTS

          Est: $150 - $200

          2 Virginia Fouche Framed Prints. 1 is signed and numbered in pencil as well as in the Plate. Both professionally framed and matted. Egrets 17"x24 1/2"x1. Window Box 21"x28"x1". Weight 12 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • ORIGINAL VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON 1974 "BUNCH?"
          Oct. 21, 2018

          ORIGINAL VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON 1974 "BUNCH?"

          Est: $250 - $350

          Original Virginia Fouche Bolton South Carolina (1929-2004) "Bunch?" graphite, signed, dated 7/17/74 & titled by the artist. Framed and matted under glass. The drawing has a mat burn line from where the drawing had shifted and then stored away for 20 years. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design. The piece measures approx. 15 1/2 x 13 x 3/4" in frame and image measures approx. 9 x 7". Weight 1 pds 12 oz.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Oct. 18, 2018

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $600 - $900

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) LOWCOUNTRY COASTAL SCENE watercolor, framed, signed sight H8 1/2" W13" Provenance: South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Oct. 18, 2018

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $600 - $900

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) MARSH SCENE WITH EGRETS watercolor, framed, signed sight H18 1/2" W13" Provenance: South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Oct. 18, 2018

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $700 - $900

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) NEAR ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH, CHARLESTON watercolor, framed, signed sight H13" W8" Provenance: South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          May. 31, 2018

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $700 - $900

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) FISHING BOAT ON SHEM'S CREEK, CHARLESTON watercolor in original frame, signed sight H23" W16" Provenance: Texas collection

          Charlton Hall
        • 2 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON PRINTS
          Feb. 25, 2018

          2 VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON PRINTS

          Est: $125 - $175

          Two Virginia Fouche Bolton South Carolina (1929-2004) Charleston Prints. Broad Street, St. Michaels and St Michael's Alley. Both Professionally framed and double matted. Each measures in the frame 11.50"x13.50"x1". Weight combined 4 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOULTON ORIGINAL FLOWER WOMEN
          Dec. 10, 2017

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOULTON ORIGINAL FLOWER WOMEN

          Est: $600 - $900

          Virginia Fouche Bolton South Carolina (1929-2004) CHARLESTON FLOWER WOMEN watercolor and pen, framed signed & titled: lower center sight size: Professionally framed and double matted. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Virginia Fouche Bolton (1929 - 2004) was born in Hartsville, SC and moved to Charleston when she was 14. She received her art degree from Winthrop College and began her teaching career at St. John the Baptist Cathedral School, later teaching at Moultrie, Wando and Bishop England High Schools. She was loved by her students who continuously won art awards throughout South Carolina, many of them developing careers on their own as artists and teachers. During her teaching career, she began to paint professionally and in 1976 , she and her husband Don opened an art gallery to showcase her work on Meeting Street in Charleston. Her sensitive and colorful renditions of cityscapes and flower women have long been favorites of people who visited the city. In 1972, she was the recipient of the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Educational Fund Award, which allowed her to spend two months in Greece to paint. She continued to win numerous local and national awards and was accepted in to the Southern Watercolor Society. In 1981 she received a Masters in Art Teaching degree from Rhode Island School of Design. The piece measures approx. 15 1/2 x 13 x 3/4" in frame and image measures approx. 9 x 7"(HxWxD). Weight 2 pds 4 oz.

          Charleston Estate Auctions
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Nov. 01, 2017

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $400 - $700

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) FEMALE NUDE watercolor, framed, signed sight H29" W21 3/4" Provenance: Georgia collection

          Charlton Hall
        • 4 Signed Charleston & S. Carolina Related Artwork
          Sep. 09, 2017

          4 Signed Charleston & S. Carolina Related Artwork

          Est: $100 - $200

          One framed oil on canvas and three artist signed and framed lithographs, all related to Charleston and South Carolina: 1. Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004), print "Rainbow Row", signed in pencil lower right "Fouche", frame 29 1/4"W x 12 3/4"H---2. Elizabeth Pinckney (South Carolina, 20th/21st C.), oil on canvas "Marsh Cat" depicting a coastal Carolina marsh scene with lone cat sitting on a pier, signed lower right "Elizabeth Pinckney", gilt wood frame 21"W x 16"H---3. Erica Hoyt (South Carolina, 20th/21st C.), limited edition print "Charleston Court-Yard", signed and numbered in pencil lower left "Erica Hoyt 30/500", matted and under glass in wood frame 30 1/4"W x 26"H---4. Edward Emerson (South Carolina, 20th/21st C.), limited edition print "South of Broad Street", signed and numbered in pencil lower left "956/975 Emerson", matted and under glass in gilt wood frame 15 3/4"W x 12 3/4"H

          Ivy Auctions
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON, South Carolina, 1929-2004, "Carolina Rice Fields"., Pastel, 9.5" x 7". Framed 17" x 15".
          Aug. 04, 2017

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON, South Carolina, 1929-2004, "Carolina Rice Fields"., Pastel, 9.5" x 7". Framed 17" x 15".

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON South Carolina, 1929-2004 "Carolina Rice Fields". Signed lower right "Fouche". Titled lower center. Pastel, 9.5" x 7". Framed 17" x 15".

          Eldred's
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Jul. 20, 2017

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $200 - $300

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) FLOWER LADY WITH NARCISSUS, stone lithograph, unframed, signed & numbered lower right: 93/100, sheet H22" W15" Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family to present owner Other Notes: Stone lithograph hand inked and pulled by Ms. Bolton.

          Charlton Hall
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON, South Carolina, 1929-2004, "Carolina Rice Fields"., Pastel, 9.5" x 7". Framed 17" x 15".
          May. 18, 2017

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON, South Carolina, 1929-2004, "Carolina Rice Fields"., Pastel, 9.5" x 7". Framed 17" x 15".

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON South Carolina, 1929-2004 "Carolina Rice Fields". Signed lower right "Fouche". Titled lower center. Pastel, 9.5" x 7". Framed 17" x 15".

          Eldred's
        • VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (AMERICAN 1929-2004) ETCHING "ANNA, A BASKET LADY" PENCIL SIGNED LOWER RIGHT AND NUMBERED, OVERALL SIZE 22 1/...
          Dec. 09, 2016

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (AMERICAN 1929-2004) ETCHING "ANNA, A BASKET LADY" PENCIL SIGNED LOWER RIGHT AND NUMBERED, OVERALL SIZE 22 1/...

          Est: -

          VIRGINIA FOUCHE BOLTON (AMERICAN 1929-2004) ETCHING "ANNA, A BASKET LADY" PENCIL SIGNED LOWER RIGHT AND NUMBERED, OVERALL SIZE 22 1/2" X 18"

          Apple Tree Auction Center
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Apr. 10, 2015

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $300 - $500

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) RAINBOW ROW IN CHARLESTON watercolor, framed, signed & titled sight H9 1/2" W7" Provenance: South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Dec. 12, 2014

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $200 - $400

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) MARY AND HER CHILD lithograph, framed, signed, titled & numbered in pencil sight H9 1/2" W8" Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Dec. 12, 2014

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) THE OYSTER FACTORY watercolor, framed, signed lower right & dedicated on verso 1988 sight H14 1/2" W21" Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Sep. 20, 2014

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $400 - $600

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) ST. PHILLIPS PORTICO, LOOKING SOUTH mixed media, framed, signed sight size H17" W12 1/2" Provenance: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Sep. 20, 2014

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $400 - $600

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) SPANISH COURTYARD watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight size H20 1/2" W13 1/2" Provenance: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina private collection

          Charlton Hall
        • Pair works by Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)
          Jul. 19, 2014

          Pair works by Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)

          Est: $200 - $300

          Pair works by Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) TWO WORKS: PINEAPPLE GATES & ST. MICHAELS lithographs, framed as a pair, pencil signed & numbered framed H18 1/4" W21" (2pcs)

          Charlton Hall
        • Print Charleston Sc 1988 Archdale st.by Virginia Fouche Bolton 236/2000
          Jul. 07, 2014

          Print Charleston Sc 1988 Archdale st.by Virginia Fouche Bolton 236/2000

          Est: -

          Print Charleston Sc 1988 Archdale st.by Virginia Fouche Bolton 236/2000

          Carolina Heritage Auction
        • Print "Meeting Street Mansion" Charleston SC. 1991 by Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Jul. 07, 2014

          Print "Meeting Street Mansion" Charleston SC. 1991 by Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: -

          Print "Meeting Street Mansion" Charleston SC. 1991 by Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Carolina Heritage Auction
        • Print "April In Charleston" 1981 by Virginia Fouche Bolton 1468/2000
          Jul. 07, 2014

          Print "April In Charleston" 1981 by Virginia Fouche Bolton 1468/2000

          Est: -

          Print "April In Charleston" 1981 by Virginia Fouche Bolton 1468/2000

          Carolina Heritage Auction
        • Print "Autumn Warmth" Charleston SC. 1215/2000 copyright 1977 by Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Jul. 07, 2014

          Print "Autumn Warmth" Charleston SC. 1215/2000 copyright 1977 by Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: -

          Print "Autumn Warmth" Charleston SC. 1215/2000 copyright 1977 by Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Carolina Heritage Auction
        • Print "Pineapple Gates" copyright 1980 by Virginia Fouche Bolton 2078/3000
          Jul. 07, 2014

          Print "Pineapple Gates" copyright 1980 by Virginia Fouche Bolton 2078/3000

          Est: -

          Print "Pineapple Gates" copyright 1980 by Virginia Fouche Bolton 2078/3000

          Carolina Heritage Auction
        • Sketchbook recording an artist's travels and vision by Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Dec. 06, 2013

          Sketchbook recording an artist's travels and vision by Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $500 - $700

          Sketchbook recording an artist's travels and vision by Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004), circa late 1970s, close to 100 different vignettes in 45-page hardbound sketchbook, page size H11" W8 1/2", mostly graphite & ink with six watercolors of Monhegan, Maine and sketches in and around Shem Creek & Sullivan's Island, South Carolina; an excellent record of an artist's creative process. Provenance: Charlotte, North Carolina private collection Descended in the Fouche family

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Dec. 06, 2013

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) CHILD OF GOD, circa 1983 watercolor, framed, signed lower right sight: H27" W19" Provenance: Indianapolis, Indiana private collection Purchased from the artist in her studio at a private showing before the work was offered to the public, circa 1983. Other Notes: This image was used by Fouche on her personal Christmas cards.

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Sep. 06, 2013

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $300 - $500

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) FLOWER LADY lithograph, unframed, pencil signed & numbered 86/100 H21 3/4" W15 1/8" Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family.

          Charlton Hall
        • Virginia Fouche Bolton
          Sep. 06, 2013

          Virginia Fouche Bolton

          Est: $400 - $600

          Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004) CHARLESTON MARKET, FEBRUARY MORNING lithograph, unframed, pencil signed & numbered 31/57 H22 1/4" W18 1/4" Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family.

          Charlton Hall
        • Collection of sketchbooks by Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)
          Sep. 06, 2013

          Collection of sketchbooks by Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)

          Est: $600 - $900

          Collection of sketchbooks by Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004), early 1980s, close to 50 drawings in graphite & ink in hardbound sketchbook, page size H11" W8 1/2", created during Bolton's move to Edisto Island, she records rural life on the island including a particularly moving series on an African-American group of quilters; together with a smaller sketchbook, circa 1992, with approx. 30 drawings of downtown Charleston and portraits of her favorite models each identified by name, page size: H5 3/4" W8 3/4". (2pcs) Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family

          Charlton Hall
        • Collection of sketchbooks by Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)
          Sep. 06, 2013

          Collection of sketchbooks by Virginia Fouche Bolton (2pcs)

          Est: $600 - $900

          Collection of sketchbooks by Virginia Fouche Bolton (South Carolina, 1929-2004), circa 1970s, over 40 drawings in graphite, ink & watercolor in two spiralbound sketchbooks, page size H14" W11", one with extensive notes on painting and stream-of-conciousness thoughts showing her creative process. (2pcs) Provenance: Descended in the Fouche family

          Charlton Hall
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