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Kathryn Evelyn Cherry Sold at Auction Prices

Painter, Landscape painter, b. 1880 - d. 1931

After graduating from three American art schools, artist Kathyrn Evelyn Cherry started her art career in pottery before turning to canvas and board painting. The artist then focused on landscapes, still life, and seascapes. As a result, Kathryn Evelyn Cherry's paintings demonstrate a classic, Impressionist influence, using Mediterranean color palettes and effective lighting and shading. As a celebrated talent of the 20th century, artist Kathryn Evelyn Cherry won the gold medal at the 1904 World's Fair, and she went on to have her work regularly shown at the Saint Louis Art Museum and Artist's Guild.

Kathryn Evelyn Cherry's artwork has risen in value each year, with some of her original works fetching upwards of $10,000. Share in the pleasure of owning a beautiful piece of the world around you by perusing the remarkable collection of unique landscape paintings for sale.

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          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Floral Still Life, gouache on paper
            Jul. 13, 2024

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Floral Still Life, gouache on paper

            Est: $400 - $600

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri, (1880-1931) Floral Still Life gouache on paper signed lower left, framed.

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          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Landscape, 1908, watercolor
            Jul. 13, 2024

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Landscape, 1908, watercolor

            Est: $400 - $600

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri, (1880-1931) Landscape, 1908 watercolor signed and dated lower right, gilt-framed.

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          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Landscape, oil on canvas board
            Jul. 13, 2024

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Landscape, oil on canvas board

            Est: $750 - $1,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri, (1880-1931) Landscape oil on canvas board unsigned, unframed.

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          • Kathryn Cherry (American, 1860-1931) oil
            Jun. 01, 2024

            Kathryn Cherry (American, 1860-1931) oil

            Est: $400 - $700

            Floral and Fruit Still-Life oil on canvas, signed K. Cherry lower left.   23 3/8 x 19 1/8"  

            Rachel Davis Fine Arts
          • Kathryn E. Cherry, Gloucester Harbor
            Feb. 15, 2024

            Kathryn E. Cherry, Gloucester Harbor

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Kathryn E. Cherry Gloucester Harbor oil on board 11.125 h x 12.5 w in (28 x 32 cm) Signed to lower right 'K.E. Cherry'. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Kathryn E. Cherry, A Figure on Path
            Feb. 15, 2024

            Kathryn E. Cherry, A Figure on Path

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn E. Cherry A Figure on Path oil on Masonite 11 h x 13.75 w in (28 x 35 cm) Signed to lower right 'K. Cherry'. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Harbor Scene, Gloucester, oil on canvas board
            Feb. 10, 2024

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri (1880-1931), Harbor Scene, Gloucester, oil on canvas board

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri, (1880-1931) Harbor Scene, Gloucester oil on canvas board signed lower right, gilt-framed. Kathryn Evelyn Bard Cherry (1880-1931) studied painting at a variety of institutes: the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, the New York School of Fine Arts, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She won many awards as she exhibited across the country, ultimately landing a job as head of the Art Department at Principia College in Elsah, Illinois. Kathryn most enjoyed operating with a full-spectrum palette featuring bright and cheerful colors in her impressionistic paintings. This fine example of her work that features a colourful yet tranquil scene set in the small idyllic port city of Gloucester in northern Massachusetts--a town known for its scenic beauty that has attracted many artists, writers and film makers. In the foreground we see a couple of fishermen on their boats and the wharf itself followed by larger buildings related to the fishing and shipping industry set next to renditions of colourful and historic homes that line the bay.

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          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri/Illinois (1860-1931), Tulips from Window, oil on canvas
            Feb. 10, 2024

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri/Illinois (1860-1931), Tulips from Window, oil on canvas

            Est: $5,000 - $8,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri/Illinois, (1860-1931) Tulips from Window oil on canvas signed lower right, gilt-framed. Cherry studied painting at a variety of institutes (the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, the New York School of Fine Arts, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts) and won many awards as she exhibited across the country, ultimately landing a job as head of the Art Department at Principia College in Elsah, Illinois. Cherry enjoyed operating with a full-spectrum palette featuring bright and cheerful colors in her impressionistic paintings; and over the course of her life she focussed on one strong theme: a love of nature. Here Cherry created a still life scene that includes much for the viewer to enjoy: over a dozen colourful tulips in various states of bloom held in a rounded royal blue vase, a crisp white and blue decorative table cloth, a small yellow catchall, and through the large square panes of a window we see a calm lake with some sail boats floating at rest. Although several elements in this piece recall classic old-world Dutch painting, perhaps Cherry's optimistic and inviting scene was based on her own view of an inlet within the enormous Lake of the Ozarks, possibly created there while she taught painting at the Ozark Art Colony.

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          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American
            Dec. 14, 2023

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) Oil on Board, Signed Lower Right, Measures (20 x 16 inches) w/frame (25.5 x 21.5 inches) Born in Quincy, Illinois, Kathryn Cherry became one of the most prominent artists in Saint Louis in the early 20th century. She painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lifes in an impressionist style. She began her formal art education at the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts and then studied with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts and Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Cherry started her career as an artist working with porcelain and painted mostly floral subjects. At the 1904 World's Fair, she won the only gold medal awarded to a woman. Beginning 1908, she showed her work regularly at the Saint Louis Artist's Guild, and she was included in numerous exhibits at the Saint Louis Art Museum. In 1915, she became the head of the art department at Principia Junior College Academy, and at this point turned from painting on porcelain to florals on canvases

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931)
            Dec. 14, 2023

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931)

            Est: $1,000 - $3,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry American (Missouri), 1860-1931 Landscape Oil on canvas, signed lower right Haystacks on a hillside before a rolling, verdant landscape, gilt framed.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • Kathryn E. Cherry Watercolor Landscape (1919)
            Oct. 28, 2023

            Kathryn E. Cherry Watercolor Landscape (1919)

            Est: $400 - $600

            Kathryn E. Cherry (Missouri, 1880-1931) Landscape, 1919 Watercolor on paper 6 3/4" x 10 1/4"   Signed and dated to the bottom right corner. The glazed mahogany frame measures 14 3/4" x 18". American Impressionist Kathryn Cherry was one of the best known St. Louis painters of the early 20th century.

            Circle Auction
          • Kathryn E. Cherry Watercolor Landscape (1919)
            Oct. 28, 2023

            Kathryn E. Cherry Watercolor Landscape (1919)

            Est: $400 - $600

            Kathryn E. Cherry (Missouri, 1880-1931) Landscape, 1919 Watercolor on paper 6 3/4" x 10 1/4"   Signed and dated to the bottom right corner. The glazed mahogany frame measures 14 3/4" x 18". American Impressionist Kathryn Cherry was one of the best known St. Louis painters of the early 20th century.

            Circle Auction
          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American
            Oct. 10, 2023

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) Oil on Board, Signed Lower Right, Measures (20 x 16 inches) w/frame (25.5 x 21.5 inches) Born in Quincy, Illinois, Kathryn Cherry became one of the most prominent artists in Saint Louis in the early 20th century. She painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lifes in an impressionist style. She began her formal art education at the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts and then studied with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts and Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Cherry started her career as an artist working with porcelain and painted mostly floral subjects. At the 1904 World's Fair, she won the only gold medal awarded to a woman. Beginning 1908, she showed her work regularly at the Saint Louis Artist's Guild, and she was included in numerous exhibits at the Saint Louis Art Museum. In 1915, she became the head of the art department at Principia Junior College Academy, and at this point turned from painting on porcelain to florals on canvases

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • Kathryn Evelyn Bard Cherry, Missouri/Illinois (1860-1931), Honorable Mention, 1904, St. Louis World's Fair, oil on canvas on board
            Apr. 22, 2023

            Kathryn Evelyn Bard Cherry, Missouri/Illinois (1860-1931), Honorable Mention, 1904, St. Louis World's Fair, oil on canvas on board

            Est: $7,000 - $10,000

            Kathryn Evelyn Bard Cherry Missouri/Illinois, (1860-1931) Honorable Mention, 1904, St. Louis World's Fair oil on canvas on board signed and dated lower right, gilt-framed K. E. Cherry studied painting at a variety of institutes: the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, the New York School of Fine Arts, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She won many awards as she exhibited across the country, ultimately landing a job as head of the Art Department at Principia College in Elsah, Illinois. Cherry most enjoyed operating with a full-spectrum palette featuring bright and cheerful colors in her impressionistic paintings; and she focussed on one theme: her love for nature and landscapes. This idyllic example of her work features a tranquil scene set in early 20th c. Forest Park, home of the extraordinary 1904 World's Fair, commemorating the centennial celebration of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase (one hundred years plus one extra year dedicated to the finalization of projects including the construction of 1500 buildings across 1200 acres making this the largest world's fair in history). Instead of basing a painting on something related to the novelties of the fair (the grandiosity of the mass electric lighting of Festival Hall, huge boisterous crowds before the Temple of Mirth on the Pike, the gigantic size of the legendary Ferris Wheel, drinking in a jam-packed biergarten next to the man-made mountain at the Tyrolean Alps exhibit, the introduction of fairy floss and ice cream cones to appease hungry roaming masses or any other ‘amazing' detail from the 100+ exhibits), Cherry's painting focuses on the opposite: a quiet moment of peace and pure tranquility, an arcadian setting dominated by naturalistic shades of greens, greys, and whites. Far removed from the nearly twenty million spectators who attended the fair, here we see a mere handful of elegantly-clad citizens relaxing in a quiet corner of Forest Park, enjoying a warm summer afternoon near the famous sculpted balustrades of the Grand Basin. Classical amphorae atop columns frame part of the scene as do some fanciful trees and mature vegetation masterfully executed in Cherry's impressionistic style. We see her idea of a perfect afternoon in our extraordinary civic park, a powerful invitation to viewers to "meet me in St. Louis."

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          • KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (Missouri, 1860-1931)
            Nov. 06, 2022

            KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (Missouri, 1860-1931)

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            view of Gloucester harbor sgn. l.r. Kathryn E. Cherry o/b, 18 by 16 in.; framed 21.5 by 19.5in.

            CRN Auctions
          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American
            Oct. 11, 2022

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American

            Est: $800 - $1,500

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) , Oil on board , Signed , measures 8" x 10" , w/frame 10" x 12"

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American
            Aug. 16, 2022

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) , Oil on canvas laid down on board Signed ,measures 11 1/2 x 14 inches

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • STILL LIFE IN THE MANNER OF KATHRYN CHERRY
            Jul. 16, 2022

            STILL LIFE IN THE MANNER OF KATHRYN CHERRY

            Est: $400 - $700

            KATHRYN CHERRY American, 1860-1931 Oil on board Unsigned. Tulips and hydrangea in a clear vase. Gilt frame, notated Kathryn Cherry to verso. Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American 1860-1931) was born in Quincy, Illinois. She paved the way to become one of the most prominent artists in St. Louis in the early 20th century. She began her education at the St. Louis School of Fine Arts and subsequently with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts in addition to Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Throughout her time there, she painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lives in an impressionist manner. Cherry began her career as an artist working floral themes and porcelain. She attended the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, where she was the only female who was awarded a gold medal. She began to display her works at the St. Louis Artist's Guild in 1908 and was included in many exhibits at the St. Louis Art Museum. Cherry eventually became the head of the Principia Junior College Academy in 1915 and shifted to painting on canvas instead of porcelain pieces. Her works feature many scenes at Gloucester, Massachusetts where she spent summers at her Rocky Neck studio.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American
            Jun. 14, 2022

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) American

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860 - 1931) , Oil on canvas laid down on board Signed ,measures 11 1/2 x 14 inches

            Cutler Bay Auctions
          • Attrib Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860-1931) Amer, O/B
            May. 22, 2022

            Attrib Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860-1931) Amer, O/B

            Est: $100 - $200

            Attrib Kathryn E Bard Cherry (1860-1931) American, heavy impasto, oil on board. Born in Quincy, Illinois, Kathryn Cherry became one of the most prominent artists in Saint Louis in the early 20th century. She painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lifes in an impressionist style. She began her formal art education at the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts and then studied with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts and Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Overall size: 12 1/2 x 14 1/2 in. Sight size: 7 x 9 in. Location P

            Sarasota Estate Auction
          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri/Illinois (1860-1931), Gloucester Harbor, oil on canvas board
            Mar. 12, 2022

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri/Illinois (1860-1931), Gloucester Harbor, oil on canvas board

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri/Illinois, (1860-1931) Gloucester Harbor oil on canvas board unsigned, gilt-framed.

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          • Kathryn E. Cherry, (American, 1880-1931), Ipswich House, oil on canvas laid to board, 10 5/16" x 11 5/8"
            Mar. 02, 2022

            Kathryn E. Cherry, (American, 1880-1931), Ipswich House, oil on canvas laid to board, 10 5/16" x 11 5/8"

            Est: $400 - $600

            Kathryn E. Cherry (American, 1880-1931) Ipswich House oil on canvas laid to board signed lower right 10 5/16" x 11 5/8" Provenance: R.H. Love Galleries, Inc., Chicago, Illinois (label verso) The Marshall Collection, Peoria, Illinois Exhibitions: The Marshall Collection Exhibition, R.H. Love Galleries, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, 04 December 1999 through 31 January 2000

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri / Illinois (1860-1931), Wooded Stream, 1903, watercolor, 7 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches (sight)
            Oct. 23, 2021

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri / Illinois (1860-1931), Wooded Stream, 1903, watercolor, 7 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches (sight)

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri / Illinois, (1860-1931) Wooded Stream, 1903 watercolor signed and dated lower right, gilt-framed.

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          • KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931), Gloucester Harbor., Oil on board, 18" x 24". Framed 23" x 29".
            Jul. 29, 2021

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931), Gloucester Harbor., Oil on board, 18" x 24". Framed 23" x 29".

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931 Gloucester Harbor. Signed lower right. Signed verso "Painted by Kathryn E. Cherry".

            Eldred's
          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri / Illinois (1860-1931), Houses in Winter, oil on board, 18 x 15 1/2 inches
            Jun. 12, 2021

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry, Missouri / Illinois (1860-1931), Houses in Winter, oil on board, 18 x 15 1/2 inches

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry Missouri / Illinois, (1860-1931) Houses in Winter oil on board signed lower right, framed.

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          • Kathryn Cherry (1880-1931): Return from a Sail
            Mar. 25, 2021

            Kathryn Cherry (1880-1931): Return from a Sail

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Oil on canvasboard, c. 1920, signed 'Kathryn Cherry' lower right, titled on a label on the reverse. 14 x 16 in., 22 1/2 x 24 1/2 in. (frame). The Estate of Richard P. Mellon, Ligonier, Pennsylvania

            STAIR
          • KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD
            Feb. 09, 2021

            KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (AMERICAN / MISSOURI / ILLINOIS, 1860 - 1931) oil painting on board depicting a rural landscape scene with house on stilts. Initialed "K.E.C." to lower right. Mounted in a dark brown wooden frame. Canvas measures approx. 15 3/4" height x 17 1/2" width (40cm x 44.4cm) to sight. Measures approx. 26" height x 28" width (66cm x 71.1cm) overall including frame.

            Elite Auctioneers, LLC
          • KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY, Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931, Gloucester Harbor., Oil on board, 18" x 24". Framed 23" x 29".
            Jan. 28, 2021

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY, Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931, Gloucester Harbor., Oil on board, 18" x 24". Framed 23" x 29".

            Est: $5,000 - $7,000

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931 Gloucester Harbor. Signed lower right. Signed verso "Painted by Kathryn E. Cherry". Provenance:Link Auction Galleries, St. Louis, May 11, 2019, Lot #73.A Massachusetts Estate. Oil on board, 18" x 24". Framed 23" x 29".

            Eldred's
          • KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD
            Dec. 15, 2020

            KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (AMERICAN / MISSOURI / ILLINOIS, 1860 - 1931) oil painting on board depicting a hilly landscape scene with town near river. Signed "Katherine Cherry" to lower left. Mounted in a gold painted wooden frame. Canvas measures approx.19 3/4" height x 23 3/4" width (50.1cm x 60.3cm) to sight. Measures approx. 26 3/4" height x 31" width (68cm x 78.7cm) overall including frame.

            Elite Auctioneers, LLC
          • KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD
            Dec. 15, 2020

            KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (AMERICAN / MISSOURI / ILLINOIS, 1860 - 1931) oil painting on board depicting a rural landscape scene with house on stilts. Initialed "K.E.C." to lower right. Mounted in a dark brown wooden frame. Canvas measures approx. 15 3/4" height x 17 1/2" width (40cm x 44.4cm) to sight. Measures approx. 26" height x 28" width (66cm x 71.1cm) overall including frame.

            Elite Auctioneers, LLC
          • KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD
            Nov. 17, 2020

            KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (AMERICAN / MISSOURI / ILLINOIS, 1860 - 1931) oil painting on board depicting a hilly landscape scene with town near river. Signed "Katherine Cherry" to lower left. Mounted in a gold painted wooden frame. Canvas measures approx.19 3/4" height x 23 3/4" width (50.1cm x 60.3cm) to sight. Measures approx. 26 3/4" height x 31" width (68cm x 78.7cm) overall including frame.

            Elite Auctioneers, LLC
          • KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD
            Nov. 17, 2020

            KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (USA 1860-1931) OIL/BOARD

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry (AMERICAN / MISSOURI / ILLINOIS, 1860 - 1931) oil painting on board depicting a rural landscape scene with house on stilts. Initialed "K.E.C." to lower right. Mounted in a dark brown wooden frame. Canvas measures approx. 15 3/4" height x 17 1/2" width (40cm x 44.4cm) to sight. Measures approx. 26" height x 28" width (66cm x 71.1cm) overall including frame.

            Elite Auctioneers, LLC
          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry Oil Painting on Board Impressionist Landscape Woman in Canoe
            Sep. 27, 2020

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry Oil Painting on Board Impressionist Landscape Woman in Canoe

            Est: $300 - $2,000

            Frame measures 17.5" wide by 14.5" tall. Born in Quincy, Illinois, Kathryn Cherry became one of the most prominent artists in Saint Louis in the early 20th century. She painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lifes in an impressionist style. She began her formal art education at the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts and then studied with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts and Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

            St. Louis Estate Buyers
          • Kathryn E Bard Cherry Oil Painting on Board Impressionist Landscape with House
            Sep. 27, 2020

            Kathryn E Bard Cherry Oil Painting on Board Impressionist Landscape with House

            Est: $300 - $2,000

            Frame measures 17.5" wide by 14.5" tall. Born in Quincy, Illinois, Kathryn Cherry became one of the most prominent artists in Saint Louis in the early 20th century. She painted landscapes, marine scenes, and floral still lifes in an impressionist style. She began her formal art education at the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts and then studied with Richard Miller at the New York School of Arts and Hugh Breckenridge at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

            St. Louis Estate Buyers
          • Kathryn E. Cherry, View of Gloucester Harbor
            Sep. 23, 2020

            Kathryn E. Cherry, View of Gloucester Harbor

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Kathryn E. Cherry View of Gloucester Harbor c. 1920 oil on canvas board 11 h × 14 w in (28 × 36 cm) Signed to lower right 'K.E. Cherry'. Provenance: Treadway Galleries, 13 February 2000, Lot 437 Condition of the item is not included in this description. Condition reports are available from Rago upon request. Rago strongly recommends that you review a condition report for each item on which you plan to bid. Email [email protected] to request a condition report.

            Rago Arts and Auction Center
          • KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY, Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931, Harbor scene, likely Gloucester, Massachusetts., Oil on board, 18" x 16". Fram...
            May. 21, 2020

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY, Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931, Harbor scene, likely Gloucester, Massachusetts., Oil on board, 18" x 16". Fram...

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY Missouri/Illinois, 1860-1931 Harbor scene, likely Gloucester, Massachusetts. Signed lower right "Kathryn Cherry". Oil on board, 18" x 16". Framed 23" x 21".

            Eldred's
          • KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860 - 1931) BOATS AT PROVINCETOWN.
            Dec. 12, 2019

            KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860 - 1931) BOATS AT PROVINCETOWN.

            Est: $4,000 - $6,000

            Artist: KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (American, 1860 - 1931)Condition: Very good with untouched surface.Frame: Housed in a 20th century molded frame with matMedium: Oil on artist boardSignature: Signed lower-right "KATHRYN CHERRY"Title: BOATS AT PROVINCETOWN.Work Size: 20" x 24" Condition: Dimensions: Frame: 26" x 30 - 1/4".

            Morphy Auctions
          • Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Incised celadon porcelain vase mounted as a Lamp, Height: 11 inches
            Nov. 02, 2019

            Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Incised celadon porcelain vase mounted as a Lamp, Height: 11 inches

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn Bard Cherry American (1860-1931) Incised celadon porcelain vase mounted as a Lamp Height: 11 inches

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          • Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Hand painted porcelain vase, floral design, Height: 16 inches
            Nov. 02, 2019

            Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Hand painted porcelain vase, floral design, Height: 16 inches

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Kathryn Bard Cherry American (1860-1931) Hand painted porcelain vase, floral design Height: 16 inches

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          • Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Floral Still Life, watercolor and gouache, 13 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches
            Sep. 14, 2019

            Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Floral Still Life, watercolor and gouache, 13 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Kathryn Bard Cherry American (1860-1931) Floral Still Life watercolor and gouache, signed lower left, framed. 13 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches

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          • LANDSCAPE BY KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931)
            Jul. 20, 2019

            LANDSCAPE BY KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931)

            Est: $1,500 - $3,000

            LANDSCAPE BY KATHRYN E BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931) Oil on board, signed "K.E. Cherry" lower right. Summer scene with house and figures in the foreground. 12.5"h. 15.5"w. Frame 18"h. 20.75"w.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • LANDSCAPE BY KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931)
            Jul. 20, 2019

            LANDSCAPE BY KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931)

            Est: $1,500 - $3,000

            LANDSCAPE BY KATHRYN E. BARD CHERRY (AMERICAN, 1860-1931) Oil on board, signed "K. Cherry" lower left. Summer landscape showing a church among trees with figures out front. 18"h. 16"w. Frame 22.5"h. 20.5"w.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Gloucester Harbor, oil on canvas board, 18 x 24 inches
            May. 11, 2019

            Kathryn Bard Cherry, American (1860-1931), Gloucester Harbor, oil on canvas board, 18 x 24 inches

            Est: $3,000 - $6,000

            Kathryn Bard Cherry American (1860-1931) Gloucester Harbor, oil on canvas board signed lower right, gilt-framed. 18 x 24 inches

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          • Kathryn Cherry (American/Missouri, 1860-1931)
            Apr. 13, 2019

            Kathryn Cherry (American/Missouri, 1860-1931)

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Kathryn Cherry (American/Missouri, 1860-1931), "New England Coast (II)", 1931, oil on canvas, unsigned, inscribed with artist, title and date en verso, inscribed "New Eng II" on frame, 22 in. x 19 in., framed. Provenance: Natchez Art Association

            Neal Auction Company
          • Kathryn Cherry (American/Missouri, 1860-1931)
            Apr. 13, 2019

            Kathryn Cherry (American/Missouri, 1860-1931)

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Kathryn Cherry (American/Missouri, 1860-1931), "New England Coast I", oil on canvas laid on board, signed lower left, inscribed "Hull/Kathryn Cherry" en verso, title and artist inscribed on backing paper, 22 in. x 20 in., framed. Provenance: Natchez Art Association. Note: Born in Quincy, Illinois in 1860, Kathryn Cherry began her artistic career as a ceramic painter. Well respected in her field, she earned a gold medal at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World’s Fair) in St. Louis in the category of decorated china. She then started exhibiting her works regularly at the Saint Louis Artist’s Guild and the Saint Louis Art Museum. Cherry transitioned in 1915 from painting on china to canvas, a medium that would allow her to explore impressionism, as is evident in the works offered here. Ref.: Williams, Walter. The State of Missouri an Autobiography. Columbia: E.W. Stephens, 1904, p. 604.

            Neal Auction Company
          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American, 1860-1931), "Harvest", oil on canvas board, 16" x 20", framed 21" x 25"
            Dec. 09, 2018

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American, 1860-1931), "Harvest", oil on canvas board, 16" x 20", framed 21" x 25"

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American, 1860-1931) "Harvest" oil on canvas board signed lower right. Framed. 16" x 20", framed 21" x 25"

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American, 1860-1931), "Gloucester Harbor", oil on canvas board, 16" x 18-1/2", framed 21-1/2" x 23-1/2"
            Dec. 09, 2018

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American, 1860-1931), "Gloucester Harbor", oil on canvas board, 16" x 18-1/2", framed 21-1/2" x 23-1/2"

            Est: $2,500 - $4,000

            Kathryn E. Bard Cherry (American, 1860-1931) "Gloucester Harbor" oil on canvas board signed lower right. Presented in an Arts-and-Crafts-style giltwood frame. 16" x 18-1/2", framed 21-1/2" x 23-1/2"

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • KATHRYN CHERRY (1860-1931 AMERICAN) HARBOR SCENE
            Oct. 10, 2018

            KATHRYN CHERRY (1860-1931 AMERICAN) HARBOR SCENE

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Kathryn Cherry (1860-1931 American) Harbor Scene. Size: Framed: 21.5" H x 19.5" W x 1" D; Sight: 17.5" H x 15.5" W

            Ashcroft and Moore
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