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b. 1857 - d. 1897

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      • After George W. Chambers, Oil on Canvas
        Apr. 30, 2023

        After George W. Chambers, Oil on Canvas

        Est: $12,000 - $15,000

        George W. Chambers (American 1857-1897) Oil on canvas 46 3/4" x 63.5" Frame: 55" x 72.5" Shepherdess Relined

        1stBid
      • George W Chambers (TN,MO,1857-1897) oil painting antique
        Jul. 04, 2021

        George W Chambers (TN,MO,1857-1897) oil painting antique

        Est: $1,000 - $1,300

        ARTIST: George W Chambers (Tennessee, Missouri, 1857 - 1897) NAME: An Angora Shepherd YEAR: 1893 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Some scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 20 inches / 35 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117300 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: George W. Chambers was active/lived in Tennessee, Missouri. George Chambers is known for History, landscape, figure and portrait painting.Born in St. Louis, Missouri, George W Chambers settled in Nashville, Tennessee where in 1885, he began teaching at the Watkins Institute, a prestigious art school and exhibition venue. In the 1890s, he joined the faculty of the Nashville School of Art. Later in his career, he focused on decorative art and stained glass.Chambers studied at the St. Louis School of Fine Art under Carl Gutherz, and in 1880 went to Paris as a student of Jean Leon Gerome.Exhibition venues included the Paris Salon, Pennsylvania Academy and the Art Institute of Chicago.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • George W. Chambers (American, 1857-1897)
        May. 29, 2021

        George W. Chambers (American, 1857-1897)

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        George W. Chambers (American, 1857-1897) "Shepherdess" oil on canvas signed lower left 46 x 63 inches (sight) 55 1/4 x 72 1/4 inches (frame)

        Fontaine's Auction Gallery
      • George W Chambers (TN,MO,1857-1897) oil painting antique
        Apr. 04, 2021

        George W Chambers (TN,MO,1857-1897) oil painting antique

        Est: $950 - $1,050

        ARTIST: George W Chambers (Tennessee, Missouri, 1857 - 1897) NAME: An Angora Shepherd YEAR: 1893 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Some scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 20 inches / 35 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117300 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: George W. Chambers was active/lived in Tennessee, Missouri. George Chambers is known for History, landscape, figure and portrait painting.Born in St. Louis, Missouri, George W Chambers settled in Nashville, Tennessee where in 1885, he began teaching at the Watkins Institute, a prestigious art school and exhibition venue. In the 1890s, he joined the faculty of the Nashville School of Art. Later in his career, he focused on decorative art and stained glass.Chambers studied at the St. Louis School of Fine Art under Carl Gutherz, and in 1880 went to Paris as a student of Jean Leon Gerome.Exhibition venues included the Paris Salon, Pennsylvania Academy and the Art Institute of Chicago.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • George W Chambers (TN,MO,1857-1897) oil painting antique
        Jan. 03, 2021

        George W Chambers (TN,MO,1857-1897) oil painting antique

        Est: $950 - $1,050

        ARTIST: George W Chambers (Tennessee, Missouri, 1857 - 1897) NAME: An Angora Shepherd YEAR: 1893 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Some scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 14 x 20 inches / 35 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117300 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: George W. Chambers was active/lived in Tennessee, Missouri. George Chambers is known for History, landscape, figure and portrait painting.Born in St. Louis, Missouri, George W Chambers settled in Nashville, Tennessee where in 1885, he began teaching at the Watkins Institute, a prestigious art school and exhibition venue. In the 1890s, he joined the faculty of the Nashville School of Art. Later in his career, he focused on decorative art and stained glass.Chambers studied at the St. Louis School of Fine Art under Carl Gutherz, and in 1880 went to Paris as a student of Jean Leon Gerome.Exhibition venues included the Paris Salon, Pennsylvania Academy and the Art Institute of Chicago.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • GEORGE W CHAMBERS COASTAL WATERCOLOR
        Mar. 29, 2020

        GEORGE W CHAMBERS COASTAL WATERCOLOR

        Est: $300 - $400

        George W. Chambers. Watercolor on paper, coastal scene with boats and seagulls, signed lower right "G.W. Chambers". Born in St. Louis, Missouri, George W Chambers settled in Nashville, Tennessee where in 1885, he began teaching at the Watkins Institute, a prestigious art school and exhibition venue. In the 1890s, he joined the faculty of the Nashville School of Art. Later in his career, he focused on decorative art and stained glass. Professionally Framed and Matted, Measures in frame 20 1/2"x26 1/4"x1 1/2". Weight 6 pds 5 oz. PROVENANCE: Gippy Plantation, Berkeley County.

        Charleston Estate Auctions
      • GEORGE W. CHAMBERS, Tennessee/Missouri, 1857-1897, A young woman resting in the dunes., Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 26" x 31".
        Aug. 02, 2019

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS, Tennessee/Missouri, 1857-1897, A young woman resting in the dunes., Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 26" x 31".

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS Tennessee/Missouri, 1857-1897 A young woman resting in the dunes. Signed lower right "G.W. Chambers Paris 3/8/83". Although closely associated with Nashville, Tennessee, George W. Chambers spent the early 1880s working in Paris under Jean Léon Gérôme and Julien Dupré. Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed 26" x 31".

        Eldred's
      • GEORGE W. CHAMBERS (1857-1897): SEASCAPE
        Mar. 03, 2018

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS (1857-1897): SEASCAPE

        Est: $100 - $300

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS (1857-1897): SEASCAPE Oil on canvas, signed 'G.W. Chambers' and indistinctly dated lower left, with label from Tennessee Fine Art Center, TN. 32 x 27 in., unframed. Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art, TN

        STAIR
      • GEORGE W. CHAMBERS (AMERICAN, 1857-1897) PROFILE OF HIS WIFE Oil on canvas laid on board: 9 x 10 1/2 in.
        Sep. 23, 2017

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS (AMERICAN, 1857-1897) PROFILE OF HIS WIFE Oil on canvas laid on board: 9 x 10 1/2 in.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS (AMERICAN, 1857-1897) PROFILE OF HIS WIFE Oil on canvas laid on board: 9 x 10 1/2 in. Framed; lower right signed: G. W. Chambers

        Potomack Company
      • George W. Chambers (TN/MO, 1857-1897), Young Woman in Profile
        Sep. 16, 2017

        George W. Chambers (TN/MO, 1857-1897), Young Woman in Profile

        Est: $1,000 - $3,000

        oil on canvas, signed at lower right, presented in the likely original gilt composition frame in the Aesthetic style. SS 8 3/8 x 6 in.; DOA 16.5 x 14.25 in. Private Collection, Highland Park, Chicago, IL Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

        Leland Little Auctions
      • Attributed to George William Crawford Chambers (fl.1860-1900) FOUR MARINE WATERCOLOURS, 1899
        Dec. 06, 2014

        Attributed to George William Crawford Chambers (fl.1860-1900) FOUR MARINE WATERCOLOURS, 1899

        Est: €300 - €500

        Attributed to George William Crawford Chambers (fl.1860-1900) FOUR MARINE WATERCOLOURS, 1899 watercolour; (4) inscribed and dated on reverse h:4.50  w:7 in. In attractive gilt frames.

        Whyte's
      • George W. Chambers, American (1857-1897), Still life with jugs, oil on artist's board,
        Jul. 12, 2014

        George W. Chambers, American (1857-1897), Still life with jugs, oil on artist's board,

        Est: $300 - $500

        George W. Chambers American (1857-1897) Still life with jugs, oil on artist's board, signed, gilt-framed.

        Link Auction Galleries
      • GEORGE W. CHAMBERS, American, 1857-1897, Girl on the dunes., Oil on canvas, 39½" x 23¾". Framed.
        Aug. 01, 2013

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS, American, 1857-1897, Girl on the dunes., Oil on canvas, 39½" x 23¾". Framed.

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS American, 1857-1897 Girl on the dunes. Signed lower "G.W. Chambers". Oil on canvas, 39 1/2" x 23 3/4". Framed.

        Eldred's
      • George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American GIRL WITH FLOWER: BILO KEIR, THE ARTIST'S WIFE; Oil on canvas; signed lower right, dated indistinctly 1893 at Kirkwood, MI lower left44" x 28" - 111.8 x 71.1 cm.Provenance: Collection of the sitter, Bilo
        Jun. 18, 2013

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American GIRL WITH FLOWER: BILO KEIR, THE ARTIST'S WIFE; Oil on canvas; signed lower right, dated indistinctly 1893 at Kirkwood, MI lower left44" x 28" - 111.8 x 71.1 cm.Provenance: Collection of the sitter, Bilo

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American GIRL WITH FLOWER: BILO KEIR, THE ARTIST'S WIFE; Oil on canvas; signed lower right, dated indistinctly 1893 at Kirkwood, MI lower left44" x 28" - 111.8 x 71.1 cm.Provenance: Collection of the sitter, Bilo Keir;Dr. James Keir, Malpeque, Prince Edward Island, said to have been the husband of Bilo Keir, formerly married to the artist, George W. Chambers;By descent to their granddaughter, Mary Margaret Elizabeth Auld, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's mother's brother, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's parents who recovered the two paintings from the house where they had been held in Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present, Private Collection, OrilliaNote: Bilo Keir, from Louisiana, was born in 1873. George Chambers married Bilo, his second wife, in 1893, the year this work was painted. Bilo was 20 years old at the time. Chambers died in 1895, two years later. Bilo later married Dr. James Keir, a medical doctor who practiced from the family home in Malpeque from 1904-1944. The doctor was the present owner's mother's grandfather. Bilo Keir was a maternal relative of the present owner, and it is believed she was a great aunt of their mother. In her elderly years, Bilo lived at the family's large country house established by Dr. John Keir, then Dr. James Keir, in Malpeque, Prince Edward Island where this portrait and Chambers portrait, "Mistress Cornelia" (the previous lot, lot 6), hung for many years. The present owner remembers his mother and her sister often talking about "Aunt Anne" and Bilo in PEI. The two women remember how Aunt Anne and Bilo never got along and their was always tension between them.For a discussion of the historic Keir House where this work and lot 6 hung since their execution see: http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=18765

        Waddington's
      • George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American MISTRESS CORNELIA (THE ARTIST'S FIRST WIFE); Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1885 at Kirkwood (Missouri) lower right, signed and titled to artist's label from "St. L. School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri"
        Jun. 18, 2013

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American MISTRESS CORNELIA (THE ARTIST'S FIRST WIFE); Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1885 at Kirkwood (Missouri) lower right, signed and titled to artist's label from "St. L. School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri"

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American MISTRESS CORNELIA (THE ARTIST'S FIRST WIFE); Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1885 at Kirkwood (Missouri) lower right, signed and titled to artist's label from "St. L. School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri" accompanying this lot39.5" x 23.5" - 100.3 x 59.7 cm.Provenance: Collection of the artist and his wife, Cornelia, Malpeque, Prince Edward Island;Dr. James Keir, Malpeque, Prince Edward Island;By descent to their granddaughter, Mary Margaret Elizabeth Auld, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's mother's brother, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's parents who recovered the two paintings from the house of Dr. Keir where they had been held in the family residence in Malpeque, PEI since their execution;By descent to the present, Private Collection, OrilliaThis painting and the next lot (lot 7) were acquired by the parents of the present Private Collection when the Malpeque residence was soldLiterature: The Spectator, St. Louis, Vol. 6, Oct. 3, 1885, p.72, there is mention of a painting by Chambers with the title of "Mistress Cornelia";H. Barbara Weinberg, The American Pupils of Jean-Leon Gerome, p.104, Chambers listed;The following literature references to Chambers was provided by The Missouri History Museum, St. Louis, MO:"Missouri Historical Society Bulletin", Vol. XXIV and Vol. XXVII (by M. Patricia Holmes);"Gateway Heritage", Vol. 8, Number 1, Summer 1987, "Chambers Watercolour Presented to Art Collections"; "Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Saint Louis" Phoenix Publishing Company, Chicago, p.127;"St. Louis Up to Date", 1895, p.228;Walter B. Stevens Scrapbook 46, p. 65Note: The painter and teacher George W. Chambers was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1857. Little is known of his life until 1880 when he entered the Paris studio of Jean Léon Gerome, the French classicist. He remained in Paris until 1884, studying with Gerome and also with Julien Dupré, whose Barbizon style influenced his early work. At this time, he was made a professor in the St. Louis Art School and later organized the Art School in Nashville, Tenn., where he was appointed Director in the 1890's. He painted American subjects upon his return to the US, particularly landscapes "full of warm color, light and beauty"."Mistress Cornelia" was painted the year after Chambers returned to Missouri from Paris. She is believed to be Chambers' first wife and either a grandmother or great grandmother of the consignor's mother. Cornelia died prior to 1893 when he married Bilo Keir, the woman depicted in the following lot (lot 7).In the October 1885 issue of The Spectator, the writer describes the artist's studio in Kirkwood and the work Chambers executed during the summer of 1885: Mr. Geo W. Chambers has completed an admirable studio at Kirkwood... He has completed a most satisfactory picture, which will doubtless be exhibited at the Pettes galleries. It is called 'Mistress Cornelia' and illustrates the following lines from Chaucer: 'For in her living, maidens mighten rede, as in a book, Every goode word and dede which longeth to a maiden vertuous, She was so prudent and so bounteous'.The type is not of Chaucer's time or our own, but every age wherein dwells maiden sweetness and goodness and truth. The landscape is true and good, and thoroughly of our own country. The distance is most charming and clear, but not too distinct to interfere with the interest in 'Mistress Cornelia. It seems to me to be one of the best of Mr. Chamber's productions'. (W.R.H.) The present owner remembers his mother and her sister often talking about "Aunt Anne" and Bilo (the subject of the next lot by the artist, lot 7) in PEI. The two women remember how Aunt Anne and Bilo never got along and their was always tension between them.The Keir House is a large, two storey, Georgian house, established circa 1810 with neo-classical design elements situated on the edge of Malpeque Bay, Prince Edward Island. The house is valued for its age, its association with the Presbyterian minister, Rev. Dr. John Keir (1780-1858) and his family, and the prominent role that the family played in community education for Malpeque and surrounding areas. The house also has a connection to Lucy Maud Montgomery, who was a friend of John Keir's daughter Anne. For more about the Keir house see http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=18765

        Waddington's
      • George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American GIRL WITH FLOWER: BILO KEIR, THE ARTIST'S WIFE; Oil on canvas; signed lower right, dated indistinctly 1893 at Kirkwood, MI lower left44" x 28" - 111.8 x 71.1 cm.Est. $10,000/15,000Provenance: Collection of the
        Dec. 11, 2012

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American GIRL WITH FLOWER: BILO KEIR, THE ARTIST'S WIFE; Oil on canvas; signed lower right, dated indistinctly 1893 at Kirkwood, MI lower left44" x 28" - 111.8 x 71.1 cm.Est. $10,000/15,000Provenance: Collection of the

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American GIRL WITH FLOWER: BILO KEIR, THE ARTIST'S WIFE; Oil on canvas; signed lower right, dated indistinctly 1893 at Kirkwood, MI lower left44" x 28" - 111.8 x 71.1 cm.Est. $10,000/15,000Provenance: Collection of the sitter, Bilo Keir;Dr. James Keir, Malpeque, Prince Edward Island, said to have been the husband of Bilo Keir, formerly married to the artist, George W. Chambers;By descent to their granddaughter, Mary Margaret Elizabeth Auld, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's mother's brother, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's parents who recovered the two paintings from the house where they had been held in Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present, Private Collection, OrilliaNote: Bilo Keir, from Louisiana, was born in 1873. George Chambers married Bilo, his second wife, in 1893, the year this work was painted. Bilo was 20 years old at the time. Chambers died in 1895, two years later. Bilo later married Dr. James Keir, a medical doctor who practiced from the family home in Malpeque from 1904-1944. The doctor was the present owner's mother's grandfather. Bilo Keir was a maternal relative of the present owner, and it is believed she was a great aunt of their mother. In her elderly years, Bilo lived at the family's large country house established by Dr. John Keir, then Dr. James Keir, in Malpeque, Prince Edward Island where this portrait and Chambers portrait, "Mistress Cornelia" (the previous lot, lot 10), hung for many years. The present owner remembers his mother and her sister often talking about "Aunt Anne" and Bilo in PEI. The two women remember how Aunt Anne and Bilo never got along and their was always tension between them.For a discussion of the historic Keir House where this work and lot 10 hung since their execution see: http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=18765

        Waddington's
      • George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American MISTRESS CORNELIA (THE ARTIST'S FIRST WIFE); Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1885 at Kirkwood (Missouri) lower right, signed and titled to artist's label from "St. L. School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri"
        Dec. 11, 2012

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American MISTRESS CORNELIA (THE ARTIST'S FIRST WIFE); Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1885 at Kirkwood (Missouri) lower right, signed and titled to artist's label from "St. L. School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri"

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        George W. Chambers (1857-1897), American MISTRESS CORNELIA (THE ARTIST'S FIRST WIFE); Oil on canvas; signed and dated 1885 at Kirkwood (Missouri) lower right, signed and titled to artist's label from "St. L. School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri" accompanying this lot39.5" x 23.5" - 100.3 x 59.7 cm.Provenance: Collection of the artist and his wife, Cornelia, Malpeque, Prince Edward Island;Dr. James Keir, Malpeque, Prince Edward Island;By descent to their granddaughter, Mary Margaret Elizabeth Auld, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's mother's brother, Malpeque, PEI;By descent to the present owner's parents (Cornelia is thought to be a grandmother or great grandmother of the present owner's mother) who recovered the two paintings from the house of Dr. Keir where they had been held in the family residence in Malpeque, PEI since their execution;By descent to the present, Private Collection, OrilliaThis painting and the next lot (lot 11) were acquired by the parents of the present Private Collection when the Malpeque residence was sold;By descent to the present, Private Collection, OrilliaLiterature: The Spectator, St. Louis, Vol. 6, Oct. 3, 1885, p.72, there is mention of a painting by Chambers with the title of "Mistress Cornelia";H. Barbara Weinberg, The American Pupils of Jean-Leon Gerome, p.104, Chambers listed;The following literature references to Chambers was provided by The Missouri History Museum, St. Louis, MO:"Missouri Historical Society Bulletin", Vol. XXIV a nd Vol. XXVII (by M. Patricia Holmes);"Gateway Heritage", Vol. 8, Number 1, Summer 1987, "Chambers Watercolour Presented to Art Collections"; "Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Saint Louis" Phoenix Publishing Company, Chicago, p.127;"St. Louis Up to Date", 1895, p.228;Walter B. Stevens Scrapbook 46, p. 65Note: The painter and teacher George W. Chambers was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1857. Little is known of his life until 1880 when he entered the Paris studio of Jean Léon Gérôme, the French classicist. He remained in Paris until 1884, studying with Gérôme and also with Julien Dupré, whose Barbizon style influenced his early work. At this time, he was made a professor in the St. Louis Art School and later organized the Art School in Nashville, Tenn., where he was appointed Director in the 1890's. He painted American subjects upon his return to the US, particularly landscapes "full of warm color, light and beauty".In an unidentified clipping (Walter B. Stevens Scrapbook 46, p. 165) Chambers is regarded as an "artist and stained glass designer"... "perhaps as talented a man as the St. Louis school ever turned out". In light of rapid growth of wealth and culture, and an ever increasing demand for the artistic and beautiful furniture, decorations and surroundings, Chambers became well known for his work in stained glass, in particular for his windows, a relatively new artistic craft in St. Louis, that he designed for the St. Louis Union Station while with the firm, Messrs. W.W. Davis & Geo. W. Chambers, located at 1626 Lucas Place (he became a partner of in 1891). His best work as a designer, was the stained glass windows designed for the St. Louis Union Station, a contract headed by The Terminal Railroad Association, and have been referred to as "the most outstanding interior feature of the Grand Hall" and "the most important example of art glass being the pictorial window" at the center of the north wall over the staircase landing of the terminal depicting three classical female maidens representing the cities. His watercolour sketch in preparation for a mosaic mural to be installed in the station and his sketches for his stained glass panels were used in Art and Music, an 1880's cultural magazine published in St. Louis. The watercolour sketch for the mosaic to be installed in the station was gifted to the Missouri Historical Society by a relative of the artist. "Mistress Cornelia" was painted the year after Chambers returned to Missouri from Paris. She is believed to be Chambers' first wife and either a grandmother or great grandmother of the consignor's mother. Cornelia died prior to 1893 when he married Bilo Keir, the woman depicted in the following lot (lot 11).In the October 1885 issue of The Spectator, the writer describes the artist's studio in Kirkwood and the work Chambers executed during the summer of 1885: "Mr. Geo W. Chambers has completed an admirable studio at Kirkwood... He has completed a most satisfactory picture, which will doubtless be exhibited at the Pettes galleries. It is called 'Mistress Cornelia' and illustrates the following lines from Chaucer: For in her living, maidens mighten rede, as in a book, Every goode word and dede which longeth to a maiden vertuous, She was so prudent and so bounteous'.The type is not of Chaucer's time or our own, but every age wherein dwells maiden sweetness and goodness and truth. The landscape is true and good, and thoroughly of our own country. The distance is most charming and clear, but not too distinct to interfere with the interest in 'Mistress Cornelia. It seems to me to be one of the best of Mr. Chamber's productions". (W.R.H.) The present owner remembers his mother and her sister often talking about "Aunt Anne" and Bilo (the subject of the next by the artist, lot 11) in PEI. The two women remember how Aunt Anne and Bilo never got along and their was always tension between them.The Keir House is a large, two storey, Georgian house, established circa 1810 with neo-classical design elements situated on the edge of Malpeque Bay, Prince Edward Island. The house is valued for its age, its association with the Presbyterian minister, Rev. Dr. John Keir (1780-1858) and his family, and the prominent role that the family played in community education for Malpeque and surrounding areas. The house also has a connection to Lucy Maud Montgomery, who was a friend of John Keir's daughter Anne. For more about the Keir house see http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=18765

        Waddington's
      • George W. Chambers, b.1857- , Tennessee The Black Butterfly Oil on panel.
        Mar. 11, 2011

        George W. Chambers, b.1857- , Tennessee The Black Butterfly Oil on panel.

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        George W. Chambers, b.1857- , Tennessee The Black Butterfly Oil on panel. Young girl in a flower garden picking flowers with black butterfly. Tennessee Centennial Exposition label and 61st annual exhibition of the PA Academy of Fine Arts. SLL, Geo. W. Chambers. h:26 w:15 in.

        Alderfer Auction
      • GEORGE W. CHAMBERS American (b. 1857)
        Apr. 26, 2007

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS American (b. 1857)

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        GEORGE W. CHAMBERS American (b. 1857) The Dunes oil on canvas

        Shannon's
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