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Frederick (1851) Brown Sold at Auction Prices

Painter, b. 1851 - d. 1941

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    • Frederick Brown (1851-1941) British. "Head of a Young Woman", Watercolour, with an 'ESK' Stamp, 9.25" x 8.25". Exhibited: National Competition Exhibition at South Kensington Museum, from the Collection of H.J.L Wright, Director of Colnaghi's.
      Nov. 28, 2018

      Frederick Brown (1851-1941) British. "Head of a Young Woman", Watercolour, with an 'ESK' Stamp, 9.25" x 8.25". Exhibited: National Competition Exhibition at South Kensington Museum, from the Collection of H.J.L Wright, Director of Colnaghi's.

      Est: £400 - £600

      Frederick Brown (1851-1941) British. "Head of a Young Woman", Watercolour, with an 'ESK' Stamp, 9.25" x 8.25". Exhibited: National Competition Exhibition at South Kensington Museum, from the Collection of H.J.L Wright, Director of Colnaghi's.

      John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
    • Frederick Brown (1851-1941)
      Dec. 13, 2012

      Frederick Brown (1851-1941)

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      Frederick Brown (1851-1941) Grandma's Comfort signed and dated 'FRED BROWN/1883' (lower right) and signed and dated again 'FRED BROWN 73 EDITH GROVE LONDON/SW/Aug 1883' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 26 x 19 in. (66 x 48 cm.)

      Christie's
    • FREDERICK BROWN (1945 - ) John Coltrane.
      Oct. 07, 2010

      FREDERICK BROWN (1945 - ) John Coltrane.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      FREDERICK BROWN (1945 - ) John Coltrane. Color screenprint on Arches paper, 2005. 968x765 mm; 38 1/8x30 1/8 inches, full margins. Signed, dated and numbered 14/175 in pencil, lower left. A very good impression, with strong, vivid colors.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • 19th century school, Figures on a Road, signed
      Jun. 24, 2010

      19th century school, Figures on a Road, signed

      Est: £30 - £50

      19th century school, Figures on a Road, signed Julia S.S.H. and dated 1849, watercolour; together with Frederick H. Brown, Village Scene, watercolour. (2)

      Addisons Auctioneers
    • FREDERICK BROWN, NEAC (1851-1941, BRITISH) Signed
      Mar. 12, 2010

      FREDERICK BROWN, NEAC (1851-1941, BRITISH) Signed

      Est: £300 - £400

      FREDERICK BROWN, NEAC (1851-1941, BRITISH) Signed and dated 1919 Watercolour Barges Repairing, Malden, Essex (see handwritten label verso) 9" x 12"

      Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
    • Frederick Brown , 1851 - 1941 grandma's comfort oil on canvas
      Jul. 15, 2009

      Frederick Brown , 1851 - 1941 grandma's comfort oil on canvas

      Est: £20,000 - £30,000

      signed and dated l.r.: FRED BROWN/ 1883 ; signed, inscribed and dated on the reverse: FRED BROWN/ 73 EDITH GROVE/ LONDON/ SW/ Aug 1883 oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • Frederick Brown , 1851 - 1941 peasant fare oil on canvas
      Jul. 15, 2009

      Frederick Brown , 1851 - 1941 peasant fare oil on canvas

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      signed and dated l.r.: FRED BROWN/ 1883 ; further signed, inscribed and dated on the reverse: FRED BROWN/ 73 EDITH GROVE/ LONDON/ SW/ Sept 1883 oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • Frederick Brown , 1851-1941 little miss prim oil on canvas
      Jul. 15, 2009

      Frederick Brown , 1851-1941 little miss prim oil on canvas

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      signed and dated l.l.: F. BROWN/ JUNE 86 ; inscribed and signed on the reverse: NO1. LITTLE MISS PRIM/ F. BROWN/ PARK LODGE/ CHELSEA/ SW oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • Frederick Brown, 1851-1941 , teatime
      May. 17, 2007

      Frederick Brown, 1851-1941 , teatime

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      signed and dated 1882 oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • FREDERICK BROWN 1851-1941
      Nov. 25, 2004

      FREDERICK BROWN 1851-1941

      Est: £15,000 - £20,000

      signed and dated l.r.: FRED BROWN/ 1880 oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • A RED-, YELLOW- AND GREEN-PAINTED PINE HANGING CUPBOARD, ATTRIBUTED TO JOHANNES BRAUN OR SAMUEL SWINEHART, MAHANTONGO VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1825
      May. 23, 2002

      A RED-, YELLOW- AND GREEN-PAINTED PINE HANGING CUPBOARD, ATTRIBUTED TO JOHANNES BRAUN OR SAMUEL SWINEHART, MAHANTONGO VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1825

      Est: $15,000 - $25,000

      upper two inches of right drawer and hinges of a laterdate. Few Mahantongo Valley hanging cupboards are known. Thisone is unique for its painted decoration, which combinescharacteristics associated with the two distinct groupsof Mahantongo Valley furniture identified by Henry Reedin Decorated Furniture of the Mahantongo Valley,1987, p. 9. The grain painting on the sides of thecupboard is similar to that featured on chests in "Group1," while vibrant colors and hand stamped rosettes aremore common to the second group of furniture identifiedas "Group 2." Painted decoration comprised of similarcolors and motifs is found on a corner cupboardillustrated in Reed, p. 33 as the only known cornercupboard from the Mahantongo Valley.The hanging cupboard is signed on the right side ofthe left drawer by Samuel Swinehard, a possible maker orearly owner. Samuel (1823-1875) was born in 1823 to Johnand Margaret Swinehard, pioneer settlers of LittleMahanoy Township, just north of the Mahanoy Gap in LineMountain. He later served in the Civil War and diedunmarried in 1875. Two other member of the Swinehardfamily, Andrew and John, have been identified as possiblefurniture makers from the Schwaben Creek Valley (Reed, p.18).Johannes Braun is another possible canidate for themaker of the hanging cupboard. Born in 1808 to Michael(1772-1851) and his wife Catharina, Johannes went on tojoin his father in the cabinet making and carpentrybusiness. The Northumberland County BiographicalAnnals records: "John Brown, son of Michael...livedon the place now occupied by his son John F. Brown. hewas not only a farmer, but a carpenter and weaver aswell, doing house and shop carpentry, making considerablefurniture and in his earlier years many coffins, and hewove all sorts of woolen wear and carpets" (Reed, p.40). Several pieces of furniture are attributed to theBraun workshop, including Rebecca Braun's cupboard (seeReed, fig. 19, p. 35), Peter Braun's chest (see Re

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