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Wood cutter, Illustrator, Painter, b. 1847 - d. 1938

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Pasture of Four Brooks Property Study P
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Pasture of Four Brooks Property Study P

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Pasture of Four Brooks Property Study Pencil on paper 7-1/8 x 6-5/8 inches (18.1 x 16.8 cm) (sheet) Signed on the reverse: Mary Hallock Foote HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Children on the Beach, The Century Maga
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Children on the Beach, The Century Maga

        Est: $500 - $700

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Children on the Beach, The Century Magazine Interior Illustration, January 1889 Pencil and wash on paper 5-1/8 x 8-7/8 inches (13.0 x 22.5 cm) (image) Signed lower left: MF HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Cabins, August 10, 1877 Wash on paper 7
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Cabins, August 10, 1877 Wash on paper 7

        Est: $300 - $500

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Cabins, August 10, 1877 Wash on paper 7-1/8 x 9-1/2 inches (18.1 x 24.1 cm) (sheet) Signed, dated, and titled indistinctly along lower edge: [...] Cabins near Day [...] / [...] August 10th '77 / M.H. Foote Signed, dated, and inscribed on the reverse: M.H. Foote / By Mary Hallock Foote / see [...] dated New Almaden / 12th August 1877 HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Four Works (one double-sided)
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Four Works (one double-sided)

        Est: $600 - $800

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Four Works (one double-sided) Pencil on paper, each 10-1/8 x 7-1/4 inches (25.7 x 18.4 cm) (sheet), largest) One signed lower right: M.A.H. Two signed on the reverse: M.H.F. HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Repose, circa 1873 Pencil on paper laid
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Repose, circa 1873 Pencil on paper laid

        Est: $600 - $800

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Repose, circa 1873 Pencil on paper laid on paper 9-7/8 x 6-1/4 inches (25.1 x 15.9 cm) (sheet) HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) and Helena de Kay Gilder (American, 184
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) and Helena de Kay Gilder (American, 184

        Est: $600 - $800

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) and Helena de Kay Gilder (American, 1846-1916) Group of Four Works (one double-sided) Pencil and charcoal on paper, each 8-3/4 x 11-5/8 inches (22.2 x 29.5 cm) (sheet, largest) One signed lower right: HdK  Two signed on the reverse: M.H.F.  One signed lower left: M.A. Hallock HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Four Works (one double-sided)
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Four Works (one double-sided)

        Est: $600 - $800

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Four Works (one double-sided) Pencil on paper, each 7-3/8 x 10-1/8 inches (18.7 x 25.7 cm) (sheet, largest) One signed lower left: M.A.H. One signed along upper edge: [...] Mary Hallock (Foote)  One bears signature on torn backing paper: By Molly Hallock (Foote) HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Helena and Mary Pencil and wash on pape
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Helena and Mary Pencil and wash on pape

        Est: $600 - $800

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Helena and Mary Pencil and wash on paper laid on board 7-3/8 x 5-1/2 inches (18.7 x 14.0 cm) (sheet) "Molly [Mary Hallock Foote] met Helena at Cooper Union during the winter of 1866-67 and this was the beginning of their lifelong friendship. They came from different backgrounds, but their attraction to one another was instantaneous. Molly's memory of this encounter, expressed in lyrical prose years later, suggests its importance to the young artist: 'And then Helena dawned on my nineteenth year like a rose-pink winter sunrise, in the bare halls of Cooper, sweet and cold after her walk up from the ferry. Staten Island was her home; a subsidiary aunt had taken me in that winter who lived on Long Island and I crossed by an uptown ferry and walked down. Across the city we came together and across the world in some respects.' "In the exhilarating atmosphere of the New York art world, Molly and Helena soon developed an intense relationship. Both then and years later, Molly called Helena the first great passion of her life...They wrote of their happiness when together and of their pain and loneliness when apart. And they openly avowed their love for one another, as when Molly wrote to Richard Gilder, Helena's fiancé: 'Do you know sir, until you came, I believe [Helena] loved me almost as girls love their lovers. I know I loved her so.' "The three years that Molly studied a Cooper Union were perhaps the happiest and most carefree of her life. The year she met Helena, however, was the most memorable of all. Helena was in the painting class and Molly was in drawing, but they attended anatomy lectures and Friday composition classes together...Molly still had in her possession years later a page on which Helena had copied a line from Shakespeare: 'Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments.' "They spent afternoons at the School of Design, sometimes working on their sketches and paintings, oftentimes talking in vacant alcoves comparing our past lives and dreams for the future' Helena introduced Molly to the writings of new authors and thinkers and to new ways of viewing life. The very first book that she gave to Molly (in a lifetime of sharing books) was a volume of Emerson's poems. She also introduced Molly to the works of Matthew Arnold and John Stuart Mill, and together they pondered women's role in art and society. "They shared one another's friends and came to know one another's homes and families. Milton [Molly's hometown] charmed the New York City girl who had seen Europe, while the young Quaker never forgot the shared intimacy of Staten Island ferry rides...Molly wrote to Helena [years later] 'We have had our May day--darling! I believe very few girls knew better the joy of youth.' And much later, writing in her mid-sixties, Molly acknowledged her intellectual debt to Helena: 'Your mind has led mine for a good many years,' and she referred to Helena as 'the strongest influence my life has known outside of its daily companions-- of flesh and blood." (D.A. Miller, Mary Hallock Foote, Author-Illustrator of the American West, as quoted at www.helenadekaygilder.org) HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Three Works Pencil on paper, e
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Three Works Pencil on paper, e

        Est: $600 - $800

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Group of Three Works Pencil on paper, each 10 x 7 inches (25.4 x 17.8 cm) (sheet, largest) HID01801242017

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      • Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Revery Pencil and wash on paper laid on
        Feb. 10, 2023

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Revery Pencil and wash on paper laid on

        Est: $300 - $500

        Mary Hallock Foote (American, 1847-1938) Revery Pencil and wash on paper laid on board 7-1/2 x 5-3/8 inches (19.1 x 13.7 cm) (sheet) HID01801242017

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      • ***INDIANS CONVEYING SILVER TRAIN BY MARY ANNE FOOTE (AMERICAN,1847-1938).
        Mar. 15, 2014

        ***INDIANS CONVEYING SILVER TRAIN BY MARY ANNE FOOTE (AMERICAN,1847-1938).

        Est: $250 - $500

        ***INDIANS CONVEYING SILVER TRAIN BY MARY ANNE FOOTE (AMERICAN,1847-1938). Oil on canvas, titled and signed on verso. Group of Indians with loaded pack mules. Framed, 28"h. 39"w.

        Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Mary Foote (1847-1938)
        Sep. 06, 2006

        Mary Foote (1847-1938)

        Est: $400 - $600

        Old Lady signed 'Mary Foote' (lower left) oil on canvas 36 1/2 x 25 1/4 in. (92.7 x 64.1 cm.)

        Christie's
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