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    • ALVIN FISHER PORTRAIT PAINTING
      Feb. 16, 2024

      ALVIN FISHER PORTRAIT PAINTING

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Important, signed Alvin Fisher portrait oil painting on canvas of a brother and sister holding a book. The book cover is signed and dated by Alvin Fisher. Alvan Fisher (1792 - 1863) was born and worked in Massachusetts and is known for Landscape, animal, genre and portrait paintings-this being one of his best portraits. Vose provenance with catalogue number (23580) on back. Dimensions: 35.5" x 27.5" Image ; 45" Height x 37.5" Width Overall

      New Hampshire Auctions and Appraisals LLC
    • Alvan T. Fisher - Huntsmen's Rest
      Jan. 20, 2024

      Alvan T. Fisher - Huntsmen's Rest

      Est: $10,000 - $15,000

      The Hudson River School in Focus: Property from the Friedman Collection Alvan T. Fisher 1792 - 1863 Huntsmen's Rest oil on canvas 18 by 24 in. 45.7 by 61 cm. Executed circa 1836.

      Sotheby's
    • Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique
      Jan. 07, 2024

      Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique

      Est: $4,500 - $5,500

      ARTIST: Alvan Fisher (Massachusetts, 1792 - 1863) TITLE: Chieftain's Son MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses. Some stable craquelure. Few small inpaintings in lower right corner. ART SIZE: 30 x 25 inches / 76 x 63 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: upper left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Date 1987-03-20, Lot 1 NAME VARIANTS: Alvin Fisher CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123523 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Alvan Fisher (August 9, 1792 - February 13, 1863) was one of the United States's pioneers in landscape painting and genre works. In 1815, at the age of twenty-two, he began his professional career, opening a studio on School Street in Boston. During his first ten years as a painter, he set the tone of his entire career. He traveled extensively painting landscapes, rural scenes, portraits of animals, and portraits of people. The growing popularity of landscape and genre painting coincided with the growing population of the United States and an economically improved middle class. This was the age of democracy and people wanted art that depicted their own contemporary life. In his book, Mirror to the American Past: A Survey of American Genre Painting, 1750-1900, Herman Warner Williams, Jr., wrote, "As our first native-born painter to specialize in genre subjects and to engage a wide audience for them, Alvan Fisher is entitled to more than the slight notice that has been given him ... Only the canny Alvan Fisher was successful in turning a profit from the new themes in his paintings."Fisher traveled throughout the northeastern United States searching out sites of landscape beauty such as the views of Springfield, Hartford, and Providence and the spectacular scenery of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He sketched outdoors and began to compose pastoral scenes in his studio before Thomas Cole, Thomas Doughty, Asher B. Durand, or others of the Hudson River School gave serious attention to nature. The Watering Place, 1816, now in the collection of Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Massachusetts, is his earliest extant pure landscape. His paintings of Niagara Falls, commissioned by Judge Daniel Appleton White of Salem, Massachusetts, were completed following his visit there in 1820. His interest in depicting topographical subjects was activated when he obtained a commission to paint views of Harvard College. These paintings were executed expressly for the purpose of issuing engravings for wide distribution to the public. The images of Harvard Yard were later reproduced on Stafforshire transfer-printed earthenware produced by several English companies for the American market. He was commissioned by Charles Henry Hall, owner of the Harlem Stud Farm in New York, to paint portraits of the famous American race horses of the period. He completed at least six portraits of the renowned American Eclipse between 1822 and 1823. Lithograph prints made from these paintings were used in The American Turf Register, the first magazine attempting to improve the breeding of thoroughbred horses in America.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Alvan Fisher (American, 1792–1863) - New York State Falls
      Dec. 05, 2023

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792–1863) - New York State Falls

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792–1863) - New York State Falls Graphite on paper 12 x 17 in. (30.5x43.2cm) Provenance Private Collection, New York. 

      Freeman's
    • Alvan Fisher. American. Large dog painting depicting 2 dogs by a fence, one seated upright, the other large dog reclined with head rested on a military cap. Oil on canvas. Framed. Signed on the curved stick lying on g...
      Nov. 12, 2023

      Alvan Fisher. American. Large dog painting depicting 2 dogs by a fence, one seated upright, the other large dog reclined with head rested on a military cap. Oil on canvas. Framed. Signed on the curved stick lying on g...

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Alvan Fisher. American. Large dog painting depicting 2 dogs by a fence, one seated upright, the other large dog reclined with head rested on a military cap. Oil on canvas. Framed. Signed on the curved stick lying on ground next to the drumstick. Relined. Probably original frame. Sight: 30.25 x 25.25in. Overall: 40 x 34.5in.

      Tremont Auctions
    • ALVAN FISHER (MA, 1792-1863)
      Nov. 11, 2023

      ALVAN FISHER (MA, 1792-1863)

      Est: $15,000 - $20,000

      Mountain Headwater, springing from a rocky cleft, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1859, in fine gilt gesso matched corner frame, OS: 41 1/2" x 36 1/2", SS: 29" x 24". Minor frame loss.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, N.A. (MA, 1792-1863)
      Nov. 11, 2023

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, N.A. (MA, 1792-1863)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Two Men Crossing a high fallen tree bridge above river falls with man and child on lower road, castles crowning a distant mountain; oil on academy board, unsigned, an imagined colloquial scene, ca. 1835, housed in what may be the original lemon gold molded cove frame, OS: 13" x 15", SS: 10" x 12". Portland, Maine, Barridoff Galleries, September 28, 1985, lot #5. Label verso.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • ALVAN FISHER 'SETTERS BY A STREAM' OIL ON CANVAS
      Nov. 10, 2023

      ALVAN FISHER 'SETTERS BY A STREAM' OIL ON CANVAS

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863), 'Setters by a Stream', oil on canvas, depicting two setters on the hunt near a stream, signed and dated (indecipherable) to lower right, in a gilt frame. Provenance: Skinner - Marlborough, May 11, 1990, Lot 35. Approximate dimensions: sight h. 29.75", w. 24.5"; frame h. 38.125", w. 32.75", d. 3.5" (to canvas)

      Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
    • Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique
      Oct. 08, 2023

      Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique

      Est: $4,500 - $6,000

      ARTIST: Alvan Fisher (Massachusetts, 1792 - 1863) TITLE: Chieftain's Son MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses. Some stable craquelure. Few small inpaintings in lower right corner. ART SIZE: 30 x 25 inches / 76 x 63 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: upper left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Date 1987-03-20, Lot 1 NAME VARIANTS: Alvin Fisher CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123523 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Alvan Fisher (August 9, 1792 - February 13, 1863) was one of the United States's pioneers in landscape painting and genre works. In 1815, at the age of twenty-two, he began his professional career, opening a studio on School Street in Boston. During his first ten years as a painter, he set the tone of his entire career. He traveled extensively painting landscapes, rural scenes, portraits of animals, and portraits of people. The growing popularity of landscape and genre painting coincided with the growing population of the United States and an economically improved middle class. This was the age of democracy and people wanted art that depicted their own contemporary life. In his book, Mirror to the American Past: A Survey of American Genre Painting, 1750-1900, Herman Warner Williams, Jr., wrote, "As our first native-born painter to specialize in genre subjects and to engage a wide audience for them, Alvan Fisher is entitled to more than the slight notice that has been given him ... Only the canny Alvan Fisher was successful in turning a profit from the new themes in his paintings."Fisher traveled throughout the northeastern United States searching out sites of landscape beauty such as the views of Springfield, Hartford, and Providence and the spectacular scenery of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He sketched outdoors and began to compose pastoral scenes in his studio before Thomas Cole, Thomas Doughty, Asher B. Durand, or others of the Hudson River School gave serious attention to nature. The Watering Place, 1816, now in the collection of Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Massachusetts, is his earliest extant pure landscape. His paintings of Niagara Falls, commissioned by Judge Daniel Appleton White of Salem, Massachusetts, were completed following his visit there in 1820. His interest in depicting topographical subjects was activated when he obtained a commission to paint views of Harvard College. These paintings were executed expressly for the purpose of issuing engravings for wide distribution to the public. The images of Harvard Yard were later reproduced on Stafforshire transfer-printed earthenware produced by several English companies for the American market. He was commissioned by Charles Henry Hall, owner of the Harlem Stud Farm in New York, to paint portraits of the famous American race horses of the period. He completed at least six portraits of the renowned American Eclipse between 1822 and 1823. Lithograph prints made from these paintings were used in The American Turf Register, the first magazine attempting to improve the breeding of thoroughbred horses in America.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), Portrait of a brother and sister., Oil on canvas, 36” x 28”. Framed 44.5” x 36.5”.
      Jul. 27, 2023

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), Portrait of a brother and sister., Oil on canvas, 36” x 28”. Framed 44.5” x 36.5”.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Portrait of a brother and sister. Unsigned.

      Eldred's
    • Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique
      Jul. 02, 2023

      Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique

      Est: $4,750 - $6,250

      ARTIST: Alvan Fisher (Massachusetts, 1792 - 1863) TITLE: Chieftain's Son MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses. Some stable craquelure. Few small inpaintings in lower right corner. ART SIZE: 30 x 25 inches / 76 x 63 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: upper left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Date 1987-03-20, Lot 1 NAME VARIANTS: Alvin Fisher CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123523 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Alvan Fisher (August 9, 1792 - February 13, 1863) was one of the United States's pioneers in landscape painting and genre works. In 1815, at the age of twenty-two, he began his professional career, opening a studio on School Street in Boston. During his first ten years as a painter, he set the tone of his entire career. He traveled extensively painting landscapes, rural scenes, portraits of animals, and portraits of people. The growing popularity of landscape and genre painting coincided with the growing population of the United States and an economically improved middle class. This was the age of democracy and people wanted art that depicted their own contemporary life. In his book, Mirror to the American Past: A Survey of American Genre Painting, 1750-1900, Herman Warner Williams, Jr., wrote, "As our first native-born painter to specialize in genre subjects and to engage a wide audience for them, Alvan Fisher is entitled to more than the slight notice that has been given him ... Only the canny Alvan Fisher was successful in turning a profit from the new themes in his paintings."Fisher traveled throughout the northeastern United States searching out sites of landscape beauty such as the views of Springfield, Hartford, and Providence and the spectacular scenery of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He sketched outdoors and began to compose pastoral scenes in his studio before Thomas Cole, Thomas Doughty, Asher B. Durand, or others of the Hudson River School gave serious attention to nature. The Watering Place, 1816, now in the collection of Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Massachusetts, is his earliest extant pure landscape. His paintings of Niagara Falls, commissioned by Judge Daniel Appleton White of Salem, Massachusetts, were completed following his visit there in 1820. His interest in depicting topographical subjects was activated when he obtained a commission to paint views of Harvard College. These paintings were executed expressly for the purpose of issuing engravings for wide distribution to the public. The images of Harvard Yard were later reproduced on Stafforshire transfer-printed earthenware produced by several English companies for the American market. He was commissioned by Charles Henry Hall, owner of the Harlem Stud Farm in New York, to paint portraits of the famous American race horses of the period. He completed at least six portraits of the renowned American Eclipse between 1822 and 1823. Lithograph prints made from these paintings were used in The American Turf Register, the first magazine attempting to improve the breeding of thoroughbred horses in America.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Niagara, 1823, oil on canvas, 31 x 46 inches
      Apr. 27, 2023

      ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Niagara, 1823, oil on canvas, 31 x 46 inches

      Est: $25,000 - $35,000

      ALVAN FISHER American, (1792-1863) Niagara, 1823 oil on canvas signed and dated on the reverse "Alvan Fisher / 1823"

      Shannon's
    • Alvan Fisher (1792-1863) The Leader of the Herd 25 x 30 in. framed 31 x 35 1/2 in.
      Apr. 26, 2023

      Alvan Fisher (1792-1863) The Leader of the Herd 25 x 30 in. framed 31 x 35 1/2 in.

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Alvan Fisher (1792-1863) The Leader of the Herd unsigned and titled on a gallery label (on the reverse) oil on canvas 25 x 30 in. framed 31 x 35 1/2 in.

      Bonhams
    • Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique
      Apr. 09, 2023

      Alvan Fisher (MA,1792-1863) oil painting antique

      Est: $4,750 - $6,250

      ARTIST: Alvan Fisher (Massachusetts, 1792 - 1863) TITLE: Chieftain's Son MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Relined. Few small paint losses. Some stable craquelure. Few small inpaintings in lower right corner. ART SIZE: 30 x 25 inches / 76 x 63 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: upper left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Date 1987-03-20, Lot 1 NAME VARIANTS: Alvin Fisher CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123523 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Alvan Fisher (August 9, 1792 - February 13, 1863) was one of the United States's pioneers in landscape painting and genre works. In 1815, at the age of twenty-two, he began his professional career, opening a studio on School Street in Boston. During his first ten years as a painter, he set the tone of his entire career. He traveled extensively painting landscapes, rural scenes, portraits of animals, and portraits of people. The growing popularity of landscape and genre painting coincided with the growing population of the United States and an economically improved middle class. This was the age of democracy and people wanted art that depicted their own contemporary life. In his book, Mirror to the American Past: A Survey of American Genre Painting, 1750-1900, Herman Warner Williams, Jr., wrote, "As our first native-born painter to specialize in genre subjects and to engage a wide audience for them, Alvan Fisher is entitled to more than the slight notice that has been given him ... Only the canny Alvan Fisher was successful in turning a profit from the new themes in his paintings."Fisher traveled throughout the northeastern United States searching out sites of landscape beauty such as the views of Springfield, Hartford, and Providence and the spectacular scenery of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He sketched outdoors and began to compose pastoral scenes in his studio before Thomas Cole, Thomas Doughty, Asher B. Durand, or others of the Hudson River School gave serious attention to nature. The Watering Place, 1816, now in the collection of Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Massachusetts, is his earliest extant pure landscape. His paintings of Niagara Falls, commissioned by Judge Daniel Appleton White of Salem, Massachusetts, were completed following his visit there in 1820. His interest in depicting topographical subjects was activated when he obtained a commission to paint views of Harvard College. These paintings were executed expressly for the purpose of issuing engravings for wide distribution to the public. The images of Harvard Yard were later reproduced on Stafforshire transfer-printed earthenware produced by several English companies for the American market. He was commissioned by Charles Henry Hall, owner of the Harlem Stud Farm in New York, to paint portraits of the famous American race horses of the period. He completed at least six portraits of the renowned American Eclipse between 1822 and 1823. Lithograph prints made from these paintings were used in The American Turf Register, the first magazine attempting to improve the breeding of thoroughbred horses in America.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Alvan Fisher, Portrait of a Child with Dog
      Oct. 19, 2022

      Alvan Fisher, Portrait of a Child with Dog

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Alvan Fisher Portrait of a Child with Dog 1834 oil on canvas 30 h × 25 w in (76 × 63 cm) Signed and dated to lower left 'A. Fisher P 1834'. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • Attributed to Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863)
      Sep. 23, 2022

      Attributed to Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Oil on canvas. Unsigned.

      Cottone Auctions
    • Attributed to Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863)
      Sep. 23, 2022

      Attributed to Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Oil on canvas. Unsigned.

      Cottone Auctions
    • Alvan Fisher (1792-1863) Portrait of Three Children and Their Dogs
      May. 03, 2022

      Alvan Fisher (1792-1863) Portrait of Three Children and Their Dogs

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Alvan Fisher (1792-1863) Portrait of Three Children and Their Dogs Signed and dated, "A. Fisher 1845 (?)," l.l., oil on canvas, framed. (46 in. x 36 in. (sight)) Provenance A West Coast collection. 55 1/2 in. x 46 in. (frame)

      Freeman's
    • ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), Waterfall tumbling down the mountain into a pool., Oil on canvas, 30" x 25". Framed 42" x 37".
      Apr. 08, 2022

      ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), Waterfall tumbling down the mountain into a pool., Oil on canvas, 30" x 25". Framed 42" x 37".

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Waterfall tumbling down the mountain into a pool. Signed and dated lower left "A. Fisher 1839".

      Eldred's
    • Alvan Fisher
      Mar. 26, 2022

      Alvan Fisher

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      (American, 1792-1863) Explorers, thought to be Lewis and Clark, apparently unsigned, oil on canvas, 27 x 34 in.; carved gilt wood frame, 38-1/2 x 45-1/2 in.

      Brunk Auctions
    • Alvan Fisher
      Mar. 26, 2022

      Alvan Fisher

      Est: $15,000 - $20,000

      (American, 1792-1863) McCollough's Leap, signed and dated indistinctly lower right "AFisher 184?", oil on canvas, 27 x 21-1/2 in.; fine reproduction gilt wood frame, 29 x 34 in. Note: On September 1, 1777, Major Samuel McColloch diverted the attacking Mingo, Wyandot and Shawnee attackers away from the small village of Wheeling, West Virginia, and allowed all the villagers to reach Fort Henry safely. McCollough alone remained outside the gates of the Fort once everyone else had reached safety. To avoid capture at all costs, pursued by bands of attackers from all sides, McCollough took a daring leap off the precipice confronting him--reins in one hand and rifle in the other- reached and crossed Wheeling Creek, and made it to safety. his now legendary leap is considered among the most daring feats of the Revolutionary War. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey: Alexander Acevedo, New York, NY circa 1970s

      Brunk Auctions
    • Barn Interior , 1839 by Alvan Fisher
      Feb. 23, 2022

      Barn Interior , 1839 by Alvan Fisher

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Alvan Fisher (AMerican/Massachusetts, 1792-1863) Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1839 l.r.  Several gallery labels are present to verso, including R.H. Love Galleries, Chicago, and a rudimentary Kennedy Galleries, NY sticker.   Alvan Fisher was an early pioneer of American landscape and genre painting, hailing from Dedham, MA.  He began with portrait commissions, but eventually became known for his romantic landscapes and animal subjects. Sight size: 30" ht. x 23" wd., framed size: 42" ht. x 36" wd.

      Caza Sikes
    • Alvan Fisher Young Girl with Dog Portrait Painting
      Feb. 21, 2022

      Alvan Fisher Young Girl with Dog Portrait Painting

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Massachusetts 1792-1863 Depicts a young girl with bright blue eyes and curly hair holding a dog. Fisher originally received artistic training under John Ritto Penniman before travelling through Europe and opening his own studio in Boston. This led to him becoming good friends with fellow artists Washington Allston, Chester Harding and Asher Durand. Fishers works were exhibited at the National Academy and the Pennsylvania Academy.

      Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
    • 19TH C. PORTRAIT SIGNED ALVAN FISHER.
      Nov. 20, 2021

      19TH C. PORTRAIT SIGNED ALVAN FISHER.

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      A exceptionally well executed single portrait of an attractive Gentleman in period clothing, dated 1823, signed lower left 'Fisher 1823', old Museum inventory tags on reverse. Image 17” x 13.5”, Overall 21” x 17.75”.

      William Smith Auctions
    • Alvan Fisher (AMERICAN, 1792–1863) oil on canvas, Sunset with Indian Scout on Horseback, "Lookout", 14 x 17-1/4 inches
      Sep. 14, 2021

      Alvan Fisher (AMERICAN, 1792–1863) oil on canvas, Sunset with Indian Scout on Horseback, "Lookout", 14 x 17-1/4 inches

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Alvan Fisher (AMERICAN, 1792–1863) oil on canvas, Sunset with Indian Scout on Horseback, "Lookout", 14 x 17-1/4 inches

      Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), Riders in a landscape., Oil on canvas, 14" x 17". Framed 24" x 27".
      Jul. 29, 2021

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), Riders in a landscape., Oil on canvas, 14" x 17". Framed 24" x 27".

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Riders in a landscape. Unsigned.

      Eldred's
    • ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), “View of the Connecticut River at Middletown”., Oil on canvas, 18” x 24”. Framed 21.75” x 27.75”.
      Jul. 29, 2021

      ALVAN FISHER (Massachusetts, 1792-1863), “View of the Connecticut River at Middletown”., Oil on canvas, 18” x 24”. Framed 21.75” x 27.75”.

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 "View of the Connecticut River at Middletown". Unsigned. Accompanied by a 1971 letter of authentication by Robert Vose. Edward Dechaux stamp verso.

      Eldred's
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.
      Apr. 15, 2019

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Eldred's
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.
      Feb. 16, 2019

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Eldred's
    • Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863), "By the River", watercolor on paper, 1860, depicts single fisherman with back to viewer seated b...
      Jan. 14, 2019

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863), "By the River", watercolor on paper, 1860, depicts single fisherman with back to viewer seated b...

      Est: $150 - $300

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863), "By the River", watercolor on paper, 1860, depicts single fisherman with back to viewer seated by river and flanked by green pastures and forest, signed and dated "A.. Fisher 1860" LL, framed and matted under glass, Gerald Peters Gallery label verso, wear consistent with age and use including toning and wear to edges, not examined out of frame, paper size: 6 1/2" h. x 9 3/4" w.; frame size: 16 15/16" h. x 19 15/16" w.

      Winter Associates, Inc.
    • Attributed to Alvan Fisher, oil on board, "Watering the Cattle", unsigned, label on verso: Vose Galleries, 29 1/4" x 41 3/4" ...
      Jan. 01, 2019

      Attributed to Alvan Fisher, oil on board, "Watering the Cattle", unsigned, label on verso: Vose Galleries, 29 1/4" x 41 3/4" ...

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Attributed to Alvan Fisher, oil on board, "Watering the Cattle", unsigned, label on verso: Vose Galleries, 29 1/4" x 41 3/4" Documentation: Vose Galleries letter on verso

      Nadeau's Auction Gallery
    • Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863)
      Sep. 15, 2018

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863)

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Alvan Fisher (American, 1792-1863), "Figures by a Rocky Inlet", 1855, oil on canvas, monogrammed and dated lower center, 21 in. x 17 in., framed. Provenance: Lee B. Anderson Collection; Doyle New York, Sept. 19, 2012, lot 1003

      Neal Auction Company
    • ALVAN FISHER (AMERICAN 1792-1863). LANDSCAPE WITH TREES OVERLOOKING A RIVER VALLEY.
      Aug. 19, 2018

      ALVAN FISHER (AMERICAN 1792-1863). LANDSCAPE WITH TREES OVERLOOKING A RIVER VALLEY.

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Oil on canvas, 16 1/4 x 20 1/4 inches. Unsigned. The reverse of the canvas stamped "Prepared/ by/ O. Stearns/ 91 Washington St./ Boston" and "From/ J.J. Adams/ 99 Washington S./ Boston, Ms," the stencils dating the canvas to 1846-1848.Provenance: Purchased from descendants of the artist's family in Dedham, circa 1960.

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, A young girl and her dog., Oil on canvas, 28.5" x 22.5". Unframed.
      Aug. 03, 2018

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, A young girl and her dog., Oil on canvas, 28.5" x 22.5". Unframed.

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 A young girl and her dog. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 28.5" x 22.5". Unframed.

      Eldred's
    • ALVAN FISHER (American, 1792-1863)
      Jul. 22, 2018

      ALVAN FISHER (American, 1792-1863)

      Est: $5,000 - $8,000

      Children with their pets, 1839 oil on canvas h. 30 w. 25 in. overall: 36-1/2 x 31-1/2 in. signed and dated lower center, framed Click here to see additional/ hi-resolution photographs

      Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.
      Jul. 17, 2018

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Eldred's
    • ALVAN FISHER, (American, 1792-1863), Pastoral Scene, oil on panel, 1817, 20 x 26 1/2 in., frame: 23 x 29 1/2 in.
      Jun. 03, 2018

      ALVAN FISHER, (American, 1792-1863), Pastoral Scene, oil on panel, 1817, 20 x 26 1/2 in., frame: 23 x 29 1/2 in.

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      ALVAN FISHER (American, 1792-1863) Pastoral Scene oil on panel, 1817 signed and dated Alvan Fisher 1817, l.r. 20 x 26 1/2 in., frame: 23 x 29 1/2 in.

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    • ALVAN FISHER (American, 1792-1863) HUNTER WITH DEER BESIDE A LAKE.
      Aug. 16, 2017

      ALVAN FISHER (American, 1792-1863) HUNTER WITH DEER BESIDE A LAKE.

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Oil on canvas. Housed in a period giltwood frame. Dated lower right "18(?)3" SIZE: 24" x 30". Overall: 35" x 41". PROVENANCE: De-accessioned from the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan. CONDITION: Restored tear center with scattered re-touch along bottom edge, lined, original monogram lost during restoration, only part of the date remains. Frame has loss to upper left and right corner molding. Scattered re-touch in foliage upper right and sky. 52275-7

      James D. Julia
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.
      Apr. 08, 2017

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment., Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Spaniels surrounded by sporting equipment. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 16" x 23". Framed.

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    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Man on a horse approaching a mountain brook., Oil on canvas, 19.5" x 23". Fram...
      Apr. 08, 2017

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER, Massachusetts, 1792-1863, Man on a horse approaching a mountain brook., Oil on canvas, 19.5" x 23". Fram...

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVAN FISHER Massachusetts, 1792-1863 Man on a horse approaching a mountain brook. No signature found. Oil on canvas, 19.5" x 23". Framed 26" x 19".

      Eldred's
    • Attributed to Alvin Fisher (American, 1792-1863), Travelers in a Pastoral Landscape, Unsigned, identified and dated "Painted by Fisher
      Jan. 22, 2016

      Attributed to Alvin Fisher (American, 1792-1863), Travelers in a Pastoral Landscape, Unsigned, identified and dated "Painted by Fisher

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Attributed to Alvin Fisher (American, 1792-1863) Travelers in a Pastoral Landscape Unsigned, identified and dated "Painted by Fisher 1815..." on a partial label affixed to the reverse. Oil on board, 20 5/8 x 27 in. (52.3 x 68.7 cm), framed. Condition: Minor retouch, fine craquelure, surface grime. Provenance: A Massachusetts estate.

      Skinner
    • ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Hunter with Dogs, oil on canvas, unsigned., 21 x 17
      Jan. 14, 2016

      ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Hunter with Dogs, oil on canvas, unsigned., 21 x 17

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      ALVAN FISHER American (1792-1863) Hunter with Dogs oil on canvas, unsigned. 21 x 17 Provenance: Alexander Gallery, New York; Acquired in 1990; Property of an American Collection.

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    • ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Stable Interior, oil on board, signed and inscribed "Boston" on reverse., 9 1/2 x 12 3/4
      Jan. 14, 2016

      ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Stable Interior, oil on board, signed and inscribed "Boston" on reverse., 9 1/2 x 12 3/4

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      ALVAN FISHER American (1792-1863) Stable Interior oil on board, signed and inscribed "Boston" on reverse. 9 1/2 x 12 3/4 Provenance: Alexander Gallery, New York; Acquired in 1990; Property of an American Collection.

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    • ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Hunter with Dogs, oil on canvas, unsigned., 21 x 17
      Oct. 29, 2015

      ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Hunter with Dogs, oil on canvas, unsigned., 21 x 17

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      ALVAN FISHER American (1792-1863) Hunter with Dogs oil on canvas, unsigned. 21 x 17 Provenance: Alexander Gallery, New York; Acquired in 1990; Property of an American Collection.

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    • ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Stable Interior, oil on board, signed and inscribed Boston on reverse., 9 1/2 x 12 3/4
      Oct. 29, 2015

      ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Stable Interior, oil on board, signed and inscribed Boston on reverse., 9 1/2 x 12 3/4

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      ALVAN FISHER American (1792-1863) Stable Interior oil on board, signed and inscribed Boston on reverse. 9 1/2 x 12 3/4 Provenance: Alexander Gallery, New York; Acquired in 1990; Property of an American Collection.

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    • ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Family Abandoning Their Home in a Flood, oil on canvas, signed lower center and dated 1849., 33...
      Oct. 29, 2015

      ALVAN FISHER, American (1792-1863), Family Abandoning Their Home in a Flood, oil on canvas, signed lower center and dated 1849., 33...

      Est: $7,000 - $10,000

      ALVAN FISHER American (1792-1863) Family Abandoning Their Home in a Flood oil on canvas, signed lower center and dated 1849. 33 1/2 x 41 Provenance: Alexander Gallery, New York; Property of an American Collection.

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    • MANNER OF ALVIN FISHER (American, 1792-1863) HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL VIEW OF NIAGARA FALLS
      Aug. 25, 2015

      MANNER OF ALVIN FISHER (American, 1792-1863) HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL VIEW OF NIAGARA FALLS

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Oil on canvas. Housed in a period carved gilt wood frame. Unsigned SIZE: 20-3/4" x 34". Overall: 29" x 42-1/2" CONDITION: Lined, craquelure, some restoration in sky and scattered retouch 49054-4

      James D. Julia
    • ATTRIBUTED TO ALVIN FISHER, (American, 1792-1863), BOY WITH DOG, ca. 1830; oil on canvas;, 36 x 29 in.
      Oct. 26, 2014

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVIN FISHER, (American, 1792-1863), BOY WITH DOG, ca. 1830; oil on canvas;, 36 x 29 in.

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      ATTRIBUTED TO ALVIN FISHER (American, 1792-1863) BOY WITH DOG ca. 1830; oil on canvas; 36 x 29 in.

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