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    • CHARLES MALCOLM FRASER (New York/Canada/United Kingdom, 1868-1949), "Clearing Storm"., Oil on canvas, 12" x 16". Framed 16" x 20".
      Mar. 07, 2024

      CHARLES MALCOLM FRASER (New York/Canada/United Kingdom, 1868-1949), "Clearing Storm"., Oil on canvas, 12" x 16". Framed 16" x 20".

      Est: $150 - $250

      CHARLES MALCOLM FRASER New York/Canada/United Kingdom, 1868-1949 "Clearing Storm". Signed lower left "Malcolm Fraser". Titled on label verso.

      Eldred's
    • MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949)
      Jan. 27, 2024

      MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949)

      Est: $150 - $250

      MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949) Men Smoking by the Fireplace oil on canvas 42 x 35 cm (16 x 12 in.); framed dimensions: 69 x 56 cm (27 1/8 x 22 in.) signed lower left  CONDITION Observed in frame, the work is in good condition, with some rubbing along the perimeter, relined, overall craquelure, varnished. Not inspected under UV light, to request inspection, please email [email protected] Damage to the frame, loose. N.B. All lots are sold in as-is condition at the time of sale. Please note that any condition statement regarding works of art is given as a courtesy to our clients in order to assist them in assessing the condition. The report is a genuine opinion held by Shapiro Auctions and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report or a photograph does not preclude the absence of defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. Shapiro Auctions, LLC., including its consultants and agents, shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • CHARLES MALCOLM FRASER (New York/Canada/United Kingdom, 1868-1949), Landscape., Oil on canvas, 12" x 16". Framed 16" x 20".
      Oct. 04, 2023

      CHARLES MALCOLM FRASER (New York/Canada/United Kingdom, 1868-1949), Landscape., Oil on canvas, 12" x 16". Framed 16" x 20".

      Est: $300 - $500

      CHARLES MALCOLM FRASER New York/Canada/United Kingdom, 1868-1949 Landscape. Signed lower left "Malcolm Fraser". Titled verso.

      Eldred's
    • Gouache on Board of Colonial Soldier at Valley Forge
      Feb. 15, 2023

      Gouache on Board of Colonial Soldier at Valley Forge

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Gouache on Board by Malcolm Fraser (1868-1949). Depicting a Colonial Soldier. Entitled "For Home and Country Sentry at Valley Forge". Signed lower right. Framed under glass. Frame has chipping on border. Measures 31" tall x 22" wide. All invoices must be paid within 24 hours of the sale. This auction is Local Pick Up or Shipping with the Local UPS Store in Monmouth Junction, NJ. Local pickups are at our Monmouth Junction location on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday ONLY! All pickups are by appointment only. Any condition issues will be listed in the description. Please read the terms for full information.

      Bodnar's Auction Sales
    • Malcolm Fraser (NY,Canada,1868-1949) oil painting antique
      Dec. 18, 2022

      Malcolm Fraser (NY,Canada,1868-1949) oil painting antique

      Est: $750 - $950

      ARTIST: Charles Malcolm Fraser (New York, Canadadian, 1868 - 1949) NAME: Girl Writing Letter MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Two minor scratches. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 25 x 19 inches / 63 x 48 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 23 inches / 73 x 58 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122308 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Malcolm Fraser, artist and illustrator, was a native of Montreal, Canada, born April 19,1868 to William Lewis and Sarah H. (Adams) Fraser. Although a birth year of 1869 has been generally reported for Malcolm Fraser, Marie Fraser of the Clan Fraser Society of Canada writes "..."Malcolm Fraser was born 19th April 1868 and baptized 2nd September in the Montreal East Methodist Church.William Lewis Fraser (1841-1905), father of the artist, was a painter, sculptor, art dealer, and musician who began his career in England and settled in New York City. For forty years he was art manager of the "Century Magazine", was the editor of the "Century Dictionary" and was president of the Salmagundi Club in 1896. While still an English subject, he gave painting lessons to Queen Victoria's daughter, Princess Louise. He had returned for a time to his native country, and his young son, Malcolm Fraser, was with him. One day when the little boy was playing in the garden at Windsor with the Earl of Bathhurst's son, Queen Victoria came along in her pony carriage. After speaking to the Earl of Bathhurst's son, Her Majesty turned to Young Malcolm and said: "And whose little boy are you?" He replied: "I am Lord Rougemont's son." Queen: "Oh yes, the artist who is giving my daughter painting lessons. And what are you going to be when you grow up?" Malcolm: "I am going to be an artist." Queen: "That's right, never be a queen. It is a thankless task."In the United States, Malcolm Fraser settled in New York City with his family and attended public schools there and then entered the College of the City of New York which he attended for two years. Then he enrolled at the Art Students League. He studied under Carroll Beckwith and with Gotham Art Students under Walter Shirlaw. In 1888 he sailed for Paris to complete his education at the Sorbonne, and with study at the Academie Julien under Boulanger, Lefebvre and Benjamin Constant, and at the Beaux Arts with Jean Leon Gerome.Malcolm Fraser had first come to public attention as an artist when at the age of eighteen he exhibited with the Black and White Club at the Salmagundi Club galleries in New York. The following year he exhibited at the Society of American Artists' exhibition, and this exhibition record meant he began his career with substantial work when he set out for Paris to continue his art studies.Following are some of the highlights of his career:In 1892 he painted two six-foot windows for St. Luke's Episcopal Church in the Rue Notre Dame in Paris.In 1895 he graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris, and in the same year was awarded the title of Professor of Fine Arts by the City of Paris. Also in that year, he was sent by the London "Times" to Egypt to make drawings for an archeological expedition to that country. He also made drawings for the Boulak Museum in Cairo, and was associated with Sir Flinders Petri. Also in 1895, Mr. Fraser received a degree from the University of Heidelberg in Germany. Although just past his twenty-sixth birthday, he had the honor, on his return to England, of make drawings at the home of Alfred Lord Tennyson, with the poet and his place of residence as subjects.He was associated with many of the famous personages of his period: Whistler, Monet, Corot, Sargent, the Innesses (father and son), Charcot, Petri, Rodin; Sir Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, Sarah Bernhardt and G. B. Shaw; Helen Keller and Ignace Jan Paderewski. Portraits executed by Mr. Fraser at this time included two of Queen Wilhelmina of Holland and others of the Barons Rothschild, a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, and other prominent figures. He also executed murals for many private homes.In 1897, after returning to this country, Mr. Fraser became a member of the Salmagundi Club in New York, and began his career as an illustrator which during succeeding years made his name well known among readers of such magazines as the Ladies' Home Journal, Leslie's, St. Nicholas, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Century and other foremost periodicals of the time.He illustrated a number of fiction works in both the short-story and novel forms. Among these were "Black Beauty," F. Hopkinson Smith's "Caleb West," and Winston Churchill's "Richard Carvel," as well as the stories of Bret Harte.In 1908 he exhibited a series of seventeen symbolic paintings at Clausen's Galleries in New York; and between 1910 and 1914 made a complete series of biblical illustrations for Sunday schools for the Providence Lithograph Company of Providence, Rhode Island. In 1917 he exhibited sixteen symbolic paintings at the Boss Art Gallery in New York, and the same year donated three large paintings, with poster rights, to the National Red Cross in Washington, D.C.Mr. Fraser volunteered for service in World War I in 1917. He joined the French regiment known as the "Blue Devils." He later served as captain on the front lines, as zone commander with the American Red Cross, American Expeditionary Forces.In 1919 he resumed his career in America as painter, teacher and lecturer on art. From that time, he had an uninterrupted career. At various times he was identified with the advertising departments of the Vacuum Oil Company, the Standard Oil Company, and the staffs of the magazines noted above. He produced work for the Providence Lithograph Company.In his earlier career, he had also contracted with Bellevue Hospital to execute a series of surgical drawings. Malcolm Fraser was voted an honorary member of the International Mark Twain Society for his contribution to American Art; and he was also an honorary member of the Orlando Art Association. He has been included in "Who's Who in America" since 1901.Two major accomplishments later in his career were his donation of a large memorial altar piece to St. Luke's Episcopal Cathedral in Orlando in 1945; and his donation of fifty-six symbolic paintings to the City of Ormond Beach, Florida, in 1946. The Miami "News" of November 30, 1947 states that "This $200,000 Art Gallery is the first war memorial to be completed in Florida." This series of paintings, the central theme of which is: "Spirit is life's only significant reality," was presented by the artist as a war memorial to those who served in World Wars I and II. The citizens of Ormond erected a building to house this gift, and it was known as the Ormond War Memorial Art Gallery.Himself a veteran, Mr. Fraser had been wounded five times at the front from explosions, trench knife, shrapnel and gas. As evidence of his own extensive military record, he was awarded the following decorations: The Verdun Medal, Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre, Cross of Malta, Jerusalem Cross, Silver Star of Belgium, The Cross of Joan of Arc, and the ribbon of the French Hospital Service with three stars. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Alsace Lorraine Society. He had received the Congressional Medal of Honor for Life Saving by a special act of Congress in 1884.In his religious faith, Malcolm Fraser was an Episcopalian. He demonstrated great interest and skill in a variety of crafts and outdoor sports. He was an expert yachtsman and a lover of boats.Malcolm Fraser was twice married. He first married Katherine E. Church, at Orange, New Jersey, on June 10, 1897. She was the daughter of E. F. Church, president of the wholesale woolen firm of K F. Church and Company, New York. Katherine (Church) Fraser died January 6, 1930. Mr. Fraser then married sculptress Mary Austin Aldrich in New York, New York, on February 14, 1933.Malcolm Fraser was the father of one daughter, Phyllis, who married Frank A. Champlain at Brookhaven, Long Island, New York.The celebrated artist and illustrator died at his home in Brookhaven on June 12, 1949. He was buried with military honors.

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • MALCOLM FRASER (American/Canadian 1868-1949) Sheep in a snowy winter forest landscape at sunset Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 (61 x 91.5cm) Signed lower left, in a good swept frame
      Apr. 26, 2022

      MALCOLM FRASER (American/Canadian 1868-1949) Sheep in a snowy winter forest landscape at sunset Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 (61 x 91.5cm) Signed lower left, in a good swept frame

      Est: €1,000 - €1,500

      MALCOLM FRASER (American/Canadian 1868-1949) Sheep in a snowy winter forest landscape at sunset Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 (61 x 91.5cm) Signed lower left, in a good swept frame

      Adam's
    • MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949)
      Apr. 25, 2021

      MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949)

      Est: $250 - $300

      MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949) Men Smoking by the Fireplace , oil on canvas 42 x 35 cm (16 x 12 in.) signed lower left N.B. All lots are sold in as-is condition at the time of sale. Please note that any condition statement regarding works of art is given as a courtesy to our clients in order to assist them in assessing the condition. The report is a genuine opinion held by Shapiro Auctions and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report or a photograph does not preclude the absence of defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. Shapiro Auctions, LLC., including its consultants and agents, shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • Malcom Fraser (American, 1868-1949), oil on canvas, portrait of a blonde young person in white short-sleeved shirt with one button,...
      Feb. 22, 2021

      Malcom Fraser (American, 1868-1949), oil on canvas, portrait of a blonde young person in white short-sleeved shirt with one button,...

      Est: $200 - $400

      Malcom Fraser (American, 1868-1949), oil on canvas, portrait of a blonde young person in white short-sleeved shirt with one button, short hair and deep blue eyes, they stand against a textured background of greens, reds, and browns, signed upper right, not examined out of frame, wear consistent with age, ss: 34" h. x 18 1/4" w.

      Winter Associates, Inc.
    • MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949)
      Nov. 07, 2020

      MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949)

      Est: $500 - $700

      MALCOLM FRASER (AMERICAN 1868-1949) Men Smoking by the Fireplace , oil on canvas 42 x 35 cm (16 x 12 in.) signed lower left CONDITION N.B. All lots are sold in as-is condition at the time of sale. Please note that any condition statement regarding works of art is given as a courtesy to our clients in order to assist them in assessing the condition. The report is a genuine opinion held by Shapiro Auctions and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report or a photograph does not preclude the absence of defects or restoration, nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. Shapiro Auctions, LLC., including its consultants and agents, shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • MALCOLM FRASER (1868 - 1949)A winter landscape with sheep Oil on canvas, 61 x 107cm Signed lower right
      Sep. 09, 2018

      MALCOLM FRASER (1868 - 1949)A winter landscape with sheep Oil on canvas, 61 x 107cm Signed lower right

      Est: €2,000 - €3,000

      MALCOLM FRASER (1868 - 1949)A winter landscape with sheep Oil on canvas, 61 x 107cm Signed lower right

      Adam's
    • Malcolm Fraser (1868 - 1949) "The Explorer"
      Jan. 14, 2017

      Malcolm Fraser (1868 - 1949) "The Explorer"

      Est: $1,250 - $2,500

      Malcolm Fraser (1868 - 1949) "The Explorer" Gouache. Signed upper left. Sight Size: 11 x 6.25 in. Overall Size: 18.75 x 14 in. In 1892 he painted two six-foot windows for St. Luke's Episcopal Church in the Rue Notre Dame in Paris. In 1895 he graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris, and in the same year was awarded the title of Professor of Fine Arts by the City of Paris. Also in that year, he was sent by the London "Times" to Egypt to make drawings for an archeological expedition to that country. He also made drawings for the Boulak Museum in Cairo, and was associated with Sir Flinders Petri. Also in 1895, Mr. Fraser received a degree from the University of Heidelberg in Germany. Although just past his twenty-sixth birthday, he had the honor, on his return to England, of make drawings at the home of Alfred Lord Tennyson, with the poet and his place of residence as subjects. He was associated with many of the famous personages of his period: Whistler, Monet, Corot, Sargent, the Innesses (father and son), Charcot, Petri, Rodin; Sir Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, Sarah Bernhardt and G. B. Shaw; Helen Keller and Ignace Jan Paderewski. Portraits executed by Mr. Fraser at this time included two of Queen Wilhelmina of Holland and others of the Barons Rothschild, a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, and other prominent figures. He also executed murals for many private homes. In 1897, after returning to this country, Mr. Fraser became a member of the Salmagundi Club in New York, and began his career as an illustrator which during succeeding years made his name well known among readers of such magazines as the Ladies' Home Journal, Leslie's, St. Nicholas, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Century and other foremost periodicals of the time. He illustrated a number of fiction works in both the short-story and novel forms. Among these were "Black Beauty," F. Hopkinson Smith's "Caleb West," and Winston Churchill's "Richard Carvel," as well as the stories of Bret Harte. In 1908 he exhibited a series of seventeen symbolic paintings at Clausen's Galleries in New York; and between 1910 and 1914 made a complete series of biblical illustrations for Sunday schools for the Providence Lithograph Company of Providence, Rhode Island. In 1917 he exhibited sixteen symbolic paintings at the Boss Art Gallery in New York, and the same year donated three large paintings, with poster rights, to the National Red Cross in Washington, D.C. Mr. Fraser volunteered for service in World War I in 1917. He joined the French regiment known as the "Blue Devils." He later served as captain on the front lines, as zone commander with the American Red Cross, American Expeditionary Forces. In 1919 he resumed his career in America as painter, teacher and lecturer on art. From that time, he had an uninterrupted career. At various times he was identified with the advertising departments of the Vacuum Oil Company, the Standard Oil Company, and the staffs of the magazines noted above. He produced work for the Providence Lithograph Company. In his earlier career, he had also contracted with Bellevue Hospital to execute a series of surgical drawings. Malcolm Fraser was voted an honorary member of the International Mark Twain Society for his contribution to American Art; and he was also an honorary member of the Orlando Art Association. He has been included in "Who's Who in America" since 1901. Two major accomplishments later in his career were his donation of a large memorial altar piece to St. Luke's Episcopal Cathedral in Orlando in 1945; and his donation of fifty-six symbolic paintings to the City of Ormond Beach, Florida, in 1946. The Miami "News" of November 30, 1947 states that "This $200,000 Art Gallery is the first war memorial to be completed in Florida." This series of paintings, the central theme of which is: "Spirit is life's only significant reality," was presented by the artist as a war memorial to those who served in World Wars I and II. The citizens of Ormond erected a building to house this gift, and it was known as the Ormond War Memorial Art Gallery. Himself a veteran, Mr. Fraser had been wounded five times at the front from explosions, trench knife, shrapnel and gas. As evidence of his own extensive military record, he was awarded the following decorations: The Verdun Medal, Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre, Cross of Malta, Jerusalem Cross, Silver Star of Belgium, The Cross of Joan of Arc, and the ribbon of the French Hospital Service with three stars. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Alsace Lorraine Society. He had received the Congressional Medal of Honor for Life Saving by a special act of Congress in 1884. Provenance: Davis Galleries, New York City. This item is framed behind glass.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • Oil on Canvas Garden, Malcom Fraser
      Aug. 16, 2016

      Oil on Canvas Garden, Malcom Fraser

      Est: $300 - $500

      Signed l.r. Malcom Fraser (1868-1949). Together with a woodblock print depicting a horse by Nancy Nemec (1923-2003) signed l.r. and dated '58. 16"h x 12"w

      Nye & Company
    • MALCOLM FRASER (CANADIAN/AMERICAN 1868-1949)The Silent Snow' and 'The Close of a Winter's Day'Oil on canvas, a pair, each 51 x 76cmEach signedProvenance: 'The Close of a Winter's Day' sold in Bonham's, London 19/3/98.Fraser was born in Montrea
      Jun. 12, 2016

      MALCOLM FRASER (CANADIAN/AMERICAN 1868-1949)The Silent Snow' and 'The Close of a Winter's Day'Oil on canvas, a pair, each 51 x 76cmEach signedProvenance: 'The Close of a Winter's Day' sold in Bonham's, London 19/3/98.Fraser was born in Montrea

      Est: €2,500 - €4,000

      MALCOLM FRASER (CANADIAN/AMERICAN 1868-1949)The Silent Snow' and 'The Close of a Winter's Day'Oil on canvas, a pair, each 51 x 76cmEach signedProvenance: 'The Close of a Winter's Day' sold in Bonham's, London 19/3/98.Fraser was born in Montreal Canada but studied and worked in New York under Wyatt Eaton. He also spendt a period of time in Paris where he studied in the Julian Academy under Boulanger and Lefebvre.

      Adam's
    • Malcolm Fraser (1868 - 1949) "The Explorer"
      Apr. 30, 2016

      Malcolm Fraser (1868 - 1949) "The Explorer"

      Est: $3,500 - $5,500

      Malcolm Fraser (1868 - 1949) "The Explorer" Gouache. Signed upper left. Sight Size: 11 x 6.25 in. In 1892 he painted two six-foot windows for St. Luke's Episcopal Church in the Rue Notre Dame in Paris. In 1895 he graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris, and in the same year was awarded the title of Professor of Fine Arts by the City of Paris. Also in that year, he was sent by the London "Times" to Egypt to make drawings for an archeological expedition to that country. He also made drawings for the Boulak Museum in Cairo, and was associated with Sir Flinders Petri. Also in 1895, Mr. Fraser received a degree from the University of Heidelberg in Germany. Although just past his twenty-sixth birthday, he had the honor, on his return to England, of make drawings at the home of Alfred Lord Tennyson, with the poet and his place of residence as subjects. He was associated with many of the famous personages of his period: Whistler, Monet, Corot, Sargent, the Innesses (father and son), Charcot, Petri, Rodin; Sir Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, Sarah Bernhardt and G. B. Shaw; Helen Keller and Ignace Jan Paderewski. Portraits executed by Mr. Fraser at this time included two of Queen Wilhelmina of Holland and others of the Barons Rothschild, a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, and other prominent figures. He also executed murals for many private homes. In 1897, after returning to this country, Mr. Fraser became a member of the Salmagundi Club in New York, and began his career as an illustrator which during succeeding years made his name well known among readers of such magazines as the Ladies' Home Journal, Leslie's, St. Nicholas, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Century and other foremost periodicals of the time. He illustrated a number of fiction works in both the short-story and novel forms. Among these were "Black Beauty," F. Hopkinson Smith's "Caleb West," and Winston Churchill's "Richard Carvel," as well as the stories of Bret Harte. In 1908 he exhibited a series of seventeen symbolic paintings at Clausen's Galleries in New York; and between 1910 and 1914 made a complete series of biblical illustrations for Sunday schools for the Providence Lithograph Company of Providence, Rhode Island. In 1917 he exhibited sixteen symbolic paintings at the Boss Art Gallery in New York, and the same year donated three large paintings, with poster rights, to the National Red Cross in Washington, D.C. Mr. Fraser volunteered for service in World War I in 1917. He joined the French regiment known as the "Blue Devils." He later served as captain on the front lines, as zone commander with the American Red Cross, American Expeditionary Forces. In 1919 he resumed his career in America as painter, teacher and lecturer on art. From that time, he had an uninterrupted career. At various times he was identified with the advertising departments of the Vacuum Oil Company, the Standard Oil Company, and the staffs of the magazines noted above. He produced work for the Providence Lithograph Company. In his earlier career, he had also contracted with Bellevue Hospital to execute a series of surgical drawings. Malcolm Fraser was voted an honorary member of the International Mark Twain Society for his contribution to American Art; and he was also an honorary member of the Orlando Art Association. He has been included in "Who's Who in America" since 1901. Two major accomplishments later in his career were his donation of a large memorial altar piece to St. Luke's Episcopal Cathedral in Orlando in 1945; and his donation of fifty-six symbolic paintings to the City of Ormond Beach, Florida, in 1946. The Miami "News" of November 30, 1947 states that "This $200,000 Art Gallery is the first war memorial to be completed in Florida." This series of paintings, the central theme of which is: "Spirit is life's only significant reality," was presented by the artist as a war memorial to those who served in World Wars I and II. The citizens of Ormond erected a building to house this gift, and it was known as the Ormond War Memorial Art Gallery. Himself a veteran, Mr. Fraser had been wounded five times at the front from explosions, trench knife, shrapnel and gas. As evidence of his own extensive military record, he was awarded the following decorations: The Verdun Medal, Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre, Cross of Malta, Jerusalem Cross, Silver Star of Belgium, The Cross of Joan of Arc, and the ribbon of the French Hospital Service with three stars. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Alsace Lorraine Society. He had received the Congressional Medal of Honor for Life Saving by a special act of Congress in 1884. Provenance: Davis Galleries, New York City. This item is framed behind glass.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • MALCOLM FRASER (Canadian 1868-1949) A PAINTING, "Castle on the Cliff,"
      Nov. 08, 2015

      MALCOLM FRASER (Canadian 1868-1949) A PAINTING, "Castle on the Cliff,"

      Est: $600 - $800

      MALCOLM FRASER (Canadian 1868-1949) A PAINTING, "Castle on the Cliff," oil on canvas, signed L/R. 16" x 23"

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
    • Malcolm (Charles Malcolm) Fraser (1868 - 1949) oil on canvas, still life, 35" x 28"
      Apr. 01, 2014

      Malcolm (Charles Malcolm) Fraser (1868 - 1949) oil on canvas, still life, 35" x 28"

      Est: $900 - $1,200

      Malcolm (Charles Malcolm) Fraser (1868 - 1949) oil on canvas, still life, 35" x 28"

      Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
    • MALCOLM FRASER. "W. W. Rockhill on Murich'u (Panaka country), March 24, 1892."
      Jan. 23, 2014

      MALCOLM FRASER. "W. W. Rockhill on Murich'u (Panaka country), March 24, 1892."

      Est: $300 - $400

      MALCOLM FRASER. "W. W. Rockhill on Murich'u (Panaka country), March 24, 1892." Pen and ink on board. 371x219 mm; 14 5/8x8 5/8 inches, sheet. Signed in ink, lower right. Scattered light foxing and spotting, writing and publisher's stamp on verso from The Century Company Art Department with manuscript information explaining the image was drawn for the April 1894 article entitled "Driven Out of Tibet."

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • MALCOLM FRASER. Portrait of the Reverend J. W. Brier, Death Valley.
      Jan. 23, 2014

      MALCOLM FRASER. Portrait of the Reverend J. W. Brier, Death Valley.

      Est: $400 - $600

      LEADER OF THE DEATH VALLEY PASSAGE MALCOLM FRASER. Portrait of the Reverend J. W. Brier, Death Valley. Pen and ink on board illustration for page 39 of "Some Strange Corners of Our Country: The Wonderland of the Southwest" by Charles F. Lummis. New York: The Century Co., 1898. 413x298 mm; 16 1/4x11 3/4 inches, board. Signed and titled in ink, lower right, Century Co. Art Department stamp on verso. Some spotting and light soiling in margins, a few spots and artist's erasure marks in lower portion of image.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949), Sheep in a Clearing,
      Apr. 19, 2012

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949), Sheep in a Clearing,

      Est: £5 - £10

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949), Sheep in a Clearing, signed lower left, oil on canvas in a gilt-composition frame.

      Addisons Auctioneers
    • Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) A SNOW SCENE WITH
      Aug. 17, 2011

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) A SNOW SCENE WITH

      Est: £600 - £1,000

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) A SNOW SCENE WITH SHEEP, oil on canvas, sheep in a winter landscape at sunset with vibrant colours, signed lower left, within an ornate gilt frame under glass. 60cm(h) x 115cm(w)

      Penrith Farmers & Kidd's plc
    • MALCOLM FRASER (CANADIAN, 1868-1949) FIGURE
      Apr. 07, 2011

      MALCOLM FRASER (CANADIAN, 1868-1949) FIGURE

      Est: $150 - $250

      MALCOLM FRASER (CANADIAN, 1868-1949) FIGURE OUTSIDE COTTAGE BY LAKE; WATERCOLOUR; SIGNED AND DATED 1896 LOWER LEFT Sight 12.8" x 16.3" - 32.5 x 41.4 cm.

      Waddington's
    • Malcolm Fraser American-New York (1868-1949) Oil on Board Mounted Newcomb-Macklin Frame "Good Dog" Signed Malcolm Fraser Lower Right. Good to Very Good Condition. Measures 20-1/2 Inches by 14-1/2 Inches (sight) Frame Measures 24-1/4 Inches by 18-1/2
      Feb. 17, 2010

      Malcolm Fraser American-New York (1868-1949) Oil on Board Mounted Newcomb-Macklin Frame "Good Dog" Signed Malcolm Fraser Lower Right. Good to Very Good Condition. Measures 20-1/2 Inches by 14-1/2 Inches (sight) Frame Measures 24-1/4 Inches by 18-1/2

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      Malcolm Fraser American-New York (1868-1949) Oil on Board Mounted Newcomb-Macklin Frame "Good Dog" Signed Malcolm Fraser Lower Right. Good to Very Good Condition. Measures 20-1/2 Inches by 14-1/2 Inches (sight) Frame Measures 24-1/4 Inches by 18-1/2 Inches. Shipping $88.00

      Kodner Galleries
    • Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) - Oil painting - "Snow
      Jun. 23, 2009

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) - Oil painting - "Snow

      Est: £300 - £450

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) - Oil painting - "Snow scene with sheep" - Winter landscape at sunset with three sheep on track to foreground, canvas 20ins x 30ins, signed in full in black, in gilt moulded and swept frame and glazed

      Canterbury Auction Galleries
    • Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) - Oil painting - "Snow
      Mar. 24, 2009

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) - Oil painting - "Snow

      Est: £450 - £600

      Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) - Oil painting - "Snow scene with sheep" - Winter landscape at sunset with three sheep on track to foreground, canvas 20ins x 30ins, signed in full in black, in gilt moulded and swept frame and glazed Provenance: The British Galleries, 7 Haymarket, London SW1

      Canterbury Auction Galleries
    • Malcolm Fraser, oil on canvas
      Oct. 09, 2006

      Malcolm Fraser, oil on canvas

      Est: $700 - $1,200

      This MONDAY, October 9 Important Auction will be two sessions - Session One (Lots 1-316) to begin at 9:00am EDT, and Session Two (Lots 400-586) to begin at 2:00pm EDT. Our auctioneer sells an average of 60+ lots per hour, so please plan your live bidding accordingly. Malcolm Fraser (1869-1949) born in Montreal Canada, lived in Orlando Florida. Studied: Academie Julian, Paris, Boulanger, Lefebvre, Constant, Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris... Mr. Fraser donated his life's work to the "Ormond Beach Museum of Art" in Florida and thusly his work is seldom available in the marketplace, oil on canvas painting titled, "Datos in Philippine Islands", noted on verso and note of transmittal, 15 1/4" x 18", original frame.

      The Cobbs
    • Malcom Fraser (Canadian, 1868-1949)
      Oct. 12, 2004

      Malcom Fraser (Canadian, 1868-1949)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Sheep in a winter landscape, signed, oil on canvas, 23 5/8 x 35 3/8 in. (60 x 90 cm.)

      Bonhams
    • Malcolm Fraser (1868-1949)
      Mar. 06, 2003

      Malcolm Fraser (1868-1949)

      Est: $2,400 - $3,200

      Sheep in a winter forest signed 'Malcom(sic) Fraser.' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 36 in. (60.8 x 91.4 cm.).

      Christie's
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