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Painter, Landscape painter, Water color painter, Etcher, b. 1880 - d. 1958

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Fifteen (15) Editions of a Pennsylvania Impressionist Lithograph
            Feb. 07, 2024

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Fifteen (15) Editions of a Pennsylvania Impressionist Lithograph

            Est: $100 - $200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Fifteen (15) Editions of a Pennsylvania Impressionist Lithograph, Published by S.T. Shaw, 1917. Unframed. Provenance: Newman Galleries, Philadelphia, PA. Size: 14.5" x 14.5", 37 x 37 cm. (image) 21.5" x 21.5", 55 x 55 cm. (sheet).

            Material Culture
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - Sand Warf
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - Sand Warf

            Est: $600 - $1,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - Sand Warf 1926, edition of 32, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom left center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 3 ⅜ x 6 ¼ in. (8.6x15.8cm) [Humphries, E16] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - French Horses
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - French Horses

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - French Horses December 1924, edition of 23, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 5 x 7 in. (12.7x17.8cm) Sheet Size: 7 ½ x 9 in. (19.1x22.9cm) [Humphries, E13] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Stover’s Mill
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Stover’s Mill

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Stover’s Mill 1927, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom left center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 4 ⅞ x 7 in. (12.4x17.8cm) Sheet Size: 6 ½ x 8 in. (16.5x20.3cm) [Humphries, E18]   Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.  

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Farm Yard
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Farm Yard

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Farm Yard 1939, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom left center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 5 ¾ x 9 1⁄16 in. (14.6x23cm) Sheet Size: 7 ½ x 11 in. (19.1x27.9cm) [Humphries, E37] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Straw Barracks
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Straw Barracks

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Straw Barracks 1931, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom left center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 7 ? x 9 11/16 in. (20x24.6cm) Sheet Size: 9 ¾ x 11 ¼ in (24.7x28.6cm) [Humphries, E25]       Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Cottage by Harrow
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Cottage by Harrow

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Cottage by Harrow 1930, edition of 50, pencil signed lower right, signed lower right in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 5 15/16 x 6 15/16 in. (15.1x17.6cm) Sheet Size: 7 ¾ x 9 in. (19.7x22.9cm) [Humphries, E23] Provenance By descent to the present private collection through Tanis Garber, the Artist’s daughter.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Spring Valley Willows
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Spring Valley Willows

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - Spring Valley Willows 1942, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom left in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper Image size: 8 13/16 x 11 ? in. (22.4x30.2cm) Sheet Size: 12 x 14 ¼ in. (30.5x36.2cm) [Humphries, E43] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.  

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - Gardens
            Dec. 05, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - Gardens

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) - Gardens 1940, edition of 16, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom left in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 6 x 7 in. (15.2x17.8cm) Sheet Size: 6 ¾ x 8 in. (17.1x20.3cm) [Humphries, E38] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - September Morning
            Dec. 03, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - September Morning

            Est: $50,000 - $80,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) - September Morning Signed 'Daniel Garber' bottom center right; also titled and signed verso, oil on board 18 x 22 (45.7 x 55.9cm) Executed circa 1938. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist. Acquired directly from the above in 1968. Collection of J. Marshall Cole, New Hope, Pennsylvania. By descent in the family. Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Collection of Heidi Bingham Stott, Florida. Freeman's, sale of June 14, 2020, lot 45. Acquired directly from the above sale. Private Collection, Pennsylvania.  Literature Artist's Record Book I, line 21, p. 79 (entry added posthumously by John Franklin Garber). Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006. vol. II, cat. P 659, p. 237. Lot Essay September Morning uses the typical pastel-like and more colorful tones of Garber's compositions from the late 1930s. As usual, the work features isolated houses and farm buildings in the distance, all slightly off-center. The scene takes place amidst overlapping hills, with not much space for the sky to peer through. Instead, Garber focuses his attention on the foreground, a stage-like arena populated by peaceful cows that act as the main characters of an idyllic play, which the viewer can embrace in a single glance. The work is devoid of any human presence; automobiles and telephone and electric poles have been removed so that the viewer is confronted solely with the solitary buildings and grazing animals. Indeed, cows and barns appear to dot the landscape in an organic way, as if their presence in the scene is both logical and irreplaceable. By doing so, September Morning speaks to Garber's ongoing fascination with a simple, secluded way of life that does not involve too many human souls, and to his conscious rejection of city life, especially in Philadelphia, which he left in the early years of the century and visited only when necessary.

            Freeman's
          • DANIEL GARBER AMERICAN 1880-1958
            Nov. 11, 2023

            DANIEL GARBER AMERICAN 1880-1958

            Est: $15,000 - $25,000

            Winter Landscape, oil on canvas, 13 x 18 in (33 x 45.7 cm), framed 18 x 23 in (45.7 x 58.4 cm), PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kiburz, St. Louis Orchestra and Professor of Southern Illinois University, passed down to current family member 1979 to a private collection in St. Louis, MO

            Trinity International Auctions & Appraisals, LLC
          • Daniel Garber, Wilderdongs
            Nov. 10, 2023

            Daniel Garber, Wilderdongs

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber Wilderdongs 1932 etching, drypoint and plate tone 8.875 h x 13.625 w in (23 x 35 cm) Signed, titled and inscribed to lower edge '7th state Wilderdongs Daniel Garber'. This work is from the seventh and final state of the edition of 30. Provenance: McClees Galleries, Haverford, PA | Private Pennsylvania Collection This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

            Rago Arts and Auction Center
          • DANIEL GARBER (1880-1957)
            Nov. 03, 2023

            DANIEL GARBER (1880-1957)

            Est: $150,000 - $250,000

            “The Mary Maxwell House” oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches. signed c1910-early 1920s and presented in a period carved and gilt Frederick Harer frame. Provenance: Vance Jordan Fine Art, Inc

            John McInnis Auctioneers
          • DANIEL GARBER (1880-1957)
            Nov. 03, 2023

            DANIEL GARBER (1880-1957)

            Est: $300,000 - $500,000

            “Ferry Road” oil on canvas 28 x 30 inches. signed. 1927 Pennsylvannia Academy of the Fine Arts exhibition label verso. Presented in it's original period carved and gilt Frederick Harer frame. Provenance: Mrs. J.F. Tatem and by family descent to the present owner. The painting is also accompanied by its original bill of sale and receipt from the Pennsyvania Academy of the Fine Arts dated March 16, 1927. Also included is a hand written note on card stock from the artist discussing a forthcoming exhibition of his works.

            John McInnis Auctioneers
          • Daniel Garber, Farm Yard
            Oct. 10, 2023

            Daniel Garber, Farm Yard

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber Farm Yard 1939 etching image: 5.625 h x 8.875 w in (14 x 23 cm) sight: 6.75 h x 9.875 w in (17 x 25 cm) Signed and titled to lower edge 'D.G. Imp. Farm Yard Daniel Garber'. This work is from the edition of 50. Provenance: Family of the artist Literature: Daniel Garber: 1880-1958, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts exhibition catalog, pg. 76 This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Daniel Garber, Wilderdongs
            Oct. 10, 2023

            Daniel Garber, Wilderdongs

            Est: $1,200 - $1,800

            Daniel Garber Wilderdongs 1932 etching image: 8.75 h x 13.75 w in (22 x 35 cm) sight: 9.75 h x 14.625 w in (25 x 37 cm) Signed, titled and inscribed to lower edge 'D.G. Imp. Wilderdongs' Daniel Garber'. This work is from the edition of 30. Provenance: Family of the artist This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Daniel Garber, Forest Entrance
            Oct. 10, 2023

            Daniel Garber, Forest Entrance

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Daniel Garber Forest Entrance 1932-33 etching image: 5.875 h x 6.625 w in (15 x 17 cm) sight: 6.375 h x 7 w in (16 x 18 cm) Signed, titled and inscribed to lower edge 'D.G. Imp. Forest Entrance Daniel Garber'. This work is from the edition of 50. Provenance: Family of the artist Literature: Daniel Garber: 1880-1958, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts exhibition catalog, pg. 75 This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • Daniel Garber, Back Yards, New Hope
            Oct. 10, 2023

            Daniel Garber, Back Yards, New Hope

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber Back Yards, New Hope 1947 etching image: 6.875 h x 5.875 w in (17 x 15 cm) sight: 8 h x 7 w in (20 x 18 cm) Signed, dated, inscribed to lower edge 'D.G. Imp. Back Yards - New Hope Daniel Garber'. This work is from the edition of 50. Provenance: Family of the artist This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

            Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
          • DANIEL GARBER (Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958), “Improvidence (Old Barn)”, circa 1926., Etching, 7.75” x 11.75”. Framed 17.5” x 21.5”.
            Jun. 14, 2023

            DANIEL GARBER (Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958), “Improvidence (Old Barn)”, circa 1926., Etching, 7.75” x 11.75”. Framed 17.5” x 21.5”.

            Est: $600 - $900

            DANIEL GARBER Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958 "Improvidence (Old Barn)", circa 1926. Signed, titled, numbered "# 22/50" and inscribed "DG Imp" in pencil lower margin. Tack holes for drying at the sheet's edges. A nice, evenly toned impression of this scarce print.

            Eldred's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Lumberville Cottage
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Lumberville Cottage

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            1943, edition of 50, pencil signed lower right, stamped signed lower right center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper Image size: 4 15⁄16 x 5 15⁄16 in. (12.4x15.1cm) Sheet Size: 6 ¾ x 7 ¾ in. [Humphries, E44] Unframed. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Siesta
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Siesta

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            1945, edition of 50, pencil signed lower right, signed lower left in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 5 ⅞ x 8 15⁄16 in. (14.9 x 22.7cm) Sheet size: 7 ⅝ x 10 ½ in. (19.4x26.7cm) [Humphries, E48] Unframed. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Stockton Church
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Stockton Church

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            1941, edition of 50, pencil signed lower right, stamped signed lower center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 8 15⁄16 x 7 15⁄16 in. (22.7x20.2cm) Sheet Size: 11 ½ x 9 ⅜ in. (29.2x23.8cm) [Humphries, E42] Unframed. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Young Man
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Young Man

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            1940, edition of 30, pencil signed lower right, signed lower right in plate, faintly signed again lower right of center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 9 x 8 in. (22.9x20.3cm) Sheet Size: 10 ½ x 9 in. (26.7x22.9cm) Unframed. [Humphries, E41] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Portrait of Robin Page
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Portrait of Robin Page

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Charcoal on paper Sight size: 22 ⅞ x 17 ⅜ in. (58.1.x44.1cm) Executed circa 1945. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Two Months
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Two Months

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Titled and initialed 'Two Months, D.G' upper left and center, charcoal on paper Sight size: 9 1⁄2 x 7 1⁄4 in. (24.1x18.4cm) Executed mid-February 1907. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) 6 Weeks
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) 6 Weeks

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Titled and initialed 'Six Weeks D.G.' lower right, charcoal on paper Sight size: 9 ⅜ x 7 ½ in. (23.8x19.1cm) Executed in late January 1907. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, by 1978. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia, since 1989.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Little Girl
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Little Girl

            Est: $1,200 - $1,800

            1924, edition of 25, pencil signed lower right, signed lower left center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 7 x 5 15⁄16 in. (17.8x15.1cm) Sheet Size: 7 ¾ x 6 in. (19.7x15.2cm) [Humphries, E4] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Self-Portrait
            Jun. 06, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Self-Portrait

            Est: $1,200 - $1,800

            ca. 1917-22, edition of 25, pencil signed lower right, stamped signed lower left center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream colored paper Image size: 6 ½ x 5 ¼ in. (16.5x13.3cm) Sight Size: 7 ½ x 6 ¼ in. (19.1x17.9cm) [Humphries, E4] Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent to the present private collection of a descendant of the Artist, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Roof Tops, Florence
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Roof Tops, Florence

            Est: $8,000 - $12,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Roof Tops, Florence Signed 'DANIEL GARBER' bottom right, oil on canvas 11 x 13 1/2 in. (27.9 x 34.3cm) Executed in November 1905. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. Collection of Mary Franklin Garber, the Artist's wife, by 1968. The Estate of Mary Franklin Garber, the Artist's wife, 1968. Collection of Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, December 1976. By descent to the present Private Collection of a descendant of the artist, Atlanta, Georgia (since 1980). Exhibited "Twentieth Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture by American Artists," The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, October 22-December 1, 1907, no. 130. "The Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings, Water Colors [sic] & Sculpture by American & Foreign Artists," Nebraska Art Association, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, December 25, 1907-January 16, 1908; also Fine Arts Institute, Kansas City, Missouri, January 26-February 20, 1908; and Kansas Art Association, Lawrence, Kansas, March 7-April 1, 1908, no. 40. Literature Artist's Record Book I, p. 5, lines 7-8. Artist's Record Book II, p. 43, lines 141. Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006, Vol. I, pp. 35-36 (discussed) and Vol. II, p. 68, P 199 (illustrated). Note After being awarded the prestigious Cresson Travelling Fellowship by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in the spring of 1905, Daniel Garber set sail to Europe with his wife, Mary Franklin Garber. The couple first arrived in England, and travelled throughout the Old Continent until April 1907, when they returned to the United States. After some time in London, Garber travelled to Paris, but unlike most of the artists of his generation, the City of Lights left him uninspired, and the artist went on to Italy instead. The present work was executed during the artist’s five-month stay in Florence, one of the most productive periods of the artist’s European tour. Like most of the oils he executed abroad, it is of relatively small scale, thus indicative of his plein-air execution, on the spot. It is in Italy that the artist developed a liking for fall and winter landscapes, as the bareness of the season meant the few remaining surrounding colors would be all the more richer and brighter. As he confessed to Emily Sartain in a letter, in Florence there was “plenty of color everywhere (…) the notes of appealing grays strike me very strongly.” Roof Tops is one of the earliest compositions Garber sketched in Florence. It revolves around a complementary palette of light blues and browns. As Lance Humphries notes: “the horizontality of the composition is emphasized by both the shape of the canvas and the strong row of buildings that defines the bottom of the composition.” Such frontality, stillness almost, conveys a sense of tranquility which reflects the artist’s own appeased mental state at the time. It offers a condensed vision of Florence’s centuries-old cityscape, where elegant palazzi harmoniously mix with crenellated medieval towers (Porta San Rocco?) and picturesque dovecotes. Garber focuses on the diffused winter light, which adds to the beauty of this old, quaint neighborhood. He veers away from the city’s most traditional, and expected, monuments, although one can spot the outline of the Duomo in the distance. Sheltered from the city’s opulent architectural gems, the viewer can at leisure soak in the winter sun, and meditate on what the Italian Capital of the Arts has to offer.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Wind Blown Willows
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Wind Blown Willows

            Est: $150,000 - $250,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Wind Blown Willows Pencil titled, signed and marked with later title 'Mountain Pool/Daniel Garber' on the middle stretcher bar verso; also inscribed 'TANIS PAGE' on upper stretcher verso; and with French preparer's stencil verso (twice), oil on canvas 36 1/4 x 40 in. (92.1 x 101.6cm) Executed circa 1950s. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. Collection of Mary Franklin Garber, the Artist's wife, by 1968. The Estate of Mary Franklin Garber, the Artist's wife, 1968. Collection of Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, December 1976. By descent to the present Private Collection of a descendant of the artist, Atlanta, Georgia (since 1980). Exhibited "Paintings and Etchings by Daniel Garber 1880-1958," Richard Stuart Gallery, Pipersville, Pennsylvania, November 22-December 20, 1981, no. 25. "Literature Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006. Vol. II, p. 288, P 844 (illustrated). Note The present work was assigned its present title by the artist’s son, who marked it on the back stretchers of the canvas, below the artist’s original signature. Considered one of Garber’s last paintings, it still features the hallmarks of his style, and is in fact reminiscent of the artist's earlier, decorative oils, in which the picture's foreground was occupied by heavily massed vertical groupings of trees, and often included draping vines to create a lacy effect. True to Garber’s run-down “method," the work is divided into three planes: the foreground, which runs parallel to the bushes, serves as a stage from which the viewer is invited to contemplate nature’s spectacle. The middleground is the main subject of the composition, a beautiful lattice of varied trees, bushes, vines, and branches, which Garber captures in vigorous, yet painstakingly detailed, colorful brushwork and which, in turn, gives the forest its overall tapestry-like texture and luminosity. Finally, the composition is crowned by a light-blue sky, dotted by large, stylized rolling clouds, which add to the layering of the oil, but also convey a soothing contrast to the earthy tones of the lower planes. Usually reduced to a thin sliver along the top edge of the canvas, the sky here has ample space to diffuse its light, and perfectly balances the composition by adding to its overall harmony.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) In a Wood
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) In a Wood

            Est: $200,000 - $300,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) In a Wood Signed 'Daniel Garber' bottom right; also titled on the middle stretcher bar verso, oil on canvas 30 1/8 x 28 1/8 in. (76.5 x 71.4cm) Executed in November 1932. In a Bernard Badura frame. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. Collection of Mary Franklin Garber, the Artist's wife, by 1968. The Estate of Mary Franklin Garber, the Artist's wife, 1968. Collection of Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter, December 1976. By descent to the present Private Collection of a descendant of the artist, Atlanta, Georgia (since 1980). Exhibited "One-Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Annual Exhibition," Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 29-March 19, 1933, no. 244. (Possibly) "Artist of the Month: Daniel Garber, N.A.," New Hope Art Associates, New Hope, Pennsylvania, May 1940. "American Impressionism in Georgia Collections," Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, September 11-November 14, 1993; and Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida, December 5, 1993-March 6, 1994; and Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina, April 16-June 19, 1994. Literature Artist's Record Book I, p. 48, lines 19-23. Letter from Wilbur D. Peat to Daniel Garber, Indianapolis, October 8, 1956. Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006, Vol. I, pp. 162-163 (discussed) and Vol. II, p. 229, P 619 (illustrated). Note Although in the 1930s, Daniel Garber turned his back to the very large decorative oils he would produce during the 1910s, he remained interested in the formal arrangement of his landscape paintings, more so than the narrative. The present work, a complex network of trees and branches which obstruct the viewer’s view, is representative of the artist’s reverence for highly structured compositions. Similar to earlier works such as Glen Cuttalossa (Freeman’s, sale of March 3, 2014, lot 61) as it features a series of slender, bare trees across the picture plane, In a Wood goes further as the trees are not placed on the same place, but rather populate the entirety of the composition. Here, not only do they spread across the foreground of the canvas, they also recede into the faraway picture plane, hereby creating “the liveliest rhythm of tree forms in this series” according to Lance Humphries. Contrary to earlier works, In a Wood refuses the viewer a vanishing point and in fact negates a visible horizon. Rather, it encloses the viewer in a closed-off forest. The sky is cropped, and our eyes wander rest-free in this cage-like pattern of strong vertical lines created by the tree trunks. No strong horizontals are here to break the omnipresent verticality: even the stream in the center of the composition, stretches into the horizon rather than across the canvas. This feeling is enhanced by the shadows the same trees cast, but also (and especially) by the overall color integrity, a very homogeneous palette of deep reds, oranges and browns which give the painting its unity. Subtle touches of turquoise and lavender help counter the oppression, and alievate our anxiety as they contribute to make of the forest a warm place of retreat, soothing in its apparent simplicity yet infinitely complex in its tree arrangements: a feeling which echoes Garber’s own strong feelings towards nature. This type of composition is, of course, emblematic of Garber’s mature work, and very much responsible for the famous “tapestry” effect that Garber used to make his landscapes more intimate, but also more painterly formal, abstract almost. In a way, one can view such landscapes as Garber’s response to Modern Art, which he experiences through his draughtsmanship, in the purest respect of the academic tradition.

            Freeman's
          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Study after Lone Sycamore
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Study after Lone Sycamore

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Study after Lone Sycamore Charcoal on drawing board 12 3/4 x 11 3/8 in. (32.4 x 28.9cm) Executed circa 1940s. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. Collection of Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's Daughter. By descent to Robin Page, the Artist's Grandson. Private dealer. Acquired directly from the above in 2001. Private Collection of Jim’s of Lambertville, Lambertville, New Jersey. Acquired directly from the above. The Papageorge Family Collection, Carversville, Pennsylvania. Literature Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006. Vol. II, p. 374, D 325 (illustrated). Note The present work is a study after Garber's impressive oil of the same subject. It was likely made in preparation for an etching, which was ultimately never produced.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Bridge at Lambertville
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Bridge at Lambertville

            Est: $5,000 - $8,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Bridge at Lambertville Signed and dated ‘Daniel Garber/-1948-’ bottom left, charcoal on paper Sheet size: 13 1/2 x 10 7/8 in. (34.3 x 27.6cm) Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. To Tanis Garber Page, the Artist's daughter. By descent in the family of the Artist, before 1994. Bianco Gallery, Buckingham, Pennsylvania, January 2000. Acquired directly from the above in February 2000. Jim's of Lambertville, Lambertville, New Jersey. Acquired directly from the above. The Papageorge Family Collection, Carversville, Pennsylvania. Literature Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006. Vol. II, p. 381, D 356 (illustrated). Note The present work is a study for Garber's version in oil, executed the same year, The Bridge at New Hope.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Lower Black Eddy (Byram Road or Road to Byram)
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Lower Black Eddy (Byram Road or Road to Byram)

            Est: $200,000 - $300,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Lower Black Eddy (Byram Road or Road to Byram) Signed 'Daniel Garber' bottom center right; also titled and signed on upper stretcher verso, oil on canvas 30 x 28 1/4 in. (76.2 x 71.8cm) Executed in February 1925. In a Frederick Harer frame. Provenance The Artist. The Estate of the Artist, 1958. Private Collection of a Descendant of the Artist, Georgia. Jim's of Lambertville, Lambertville, New Jersey. Acquired directly from the above. The Papageorge Family Collection, Carversville, Pennsylvania. Exhibited Macbeth Gallery, New York, New York, October 1925-January 1926. Milch Galleries, New York, New York, January-June, 1926. "Exhibition of Contemporary Art," Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey, May 12-27, 1928, unnumbered. "Recent Paintings of Daniel Garber," Macbeth Gallery, New York, New York, March 9-28, 1931, no. 10. "Exhibition of Paintings by Daniel Garber, N.A. and Edward W. Redfield, also Paintings by New Hope Artists," October 10-27, 1935, no. 12. "American Landscape Art," Mount Holyoke Friends of Art, Dwight Art Memorial, South Hadley, Massachusetts (exhibition organized by Macbeth Gallery), April 1934, no. 18. "One Hundred and Fortieth Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture," Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 19-February 25, 1945, no. 105. "Daniel Garber: Paintings, Drawings and Etchings and Charles Grafly: Sculpture," Newman Galleries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 29-February 28, 1965, no. 30. Literature Artist's Record Book I, p. 32, lines 25-30. Letter from Robert W. Macbeth to Daniel Garber, October 10, 1925. "Artist Turned Down Europe to paint Delaware Valley: Beauty too Abundant to Paint Shabbiness, says Daniel Garber," in Sunday Times-Advertiser, Trenton, New Jersey, November 28, 1948. James M. Alterman, New Hope for American Art, Jim's of Lambertville, Lambertville, 2005, p. 176 (illustrated). Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006. Vol. II, p. 185, P 501 (illustrated). Note During the 1920s, following the academic and critical success of his early decorative compositions, Garber turned to smaller works; which he increasingly started to link to locales near his cottage of Cuttalossa, next to Lumberville. The present work, which includes the specific location in its title, was executed in Lower Black Eddy, a village in Plumstead Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, now part of Point Pleasant. While this loyalty to Bucks County mattered for Garber and certainly counted among his peers, such names were vastly unknown to the New York crowd and foreign collectors, for whom only one thing mattered: each canvas presented a bucolic view of a secluded region, where decrepit buildings, rolling hills and the local inhabitants called for an apparent rustic and simpler way of life. Lower Black Eddy presents a view of the titular village’s end. On each side of the road are buildings, a farm on the left judging from the covered haystack, and a series of houses on the right, marked by their turquoise shutters and lattice balconies. Apart from a subtle plume of smoke emerging from the chimney at right, and the anonymous figure walking on the path in the distance ahead of us, the village seems dormant, in complete accordance with the greater winter landscape, which Garber captures in two distinct tonalities, brown and orange in the foreground, and grey and purple in the background. While he is mostly revered for his spring and summer landscapes, Garber also had an affinity for winter, as the cold season made the rare touches of color even more intense, confessing: "the earth forms are very handsome in late autumn and winter, when the anatomy of the ground is so defined in beautifully toned planes of dead grass, exposed stone, and handsome lines and curves of the turf." Here, Garber positions the viewer in the middle of a sinuous dirt road, which meanders through the composition all the way through Byram, another preferred location of the artist. On the lefthand side, we notice tall pickets with a white base, which serve as visual aides to go deeper into the picture plane and to become a part of it. A work such as Lower Black Eddy finds Garber at his best, and proves his talent at offering “intimate interpretations of homespun episodes in American landscape.” It also demonstrates his ability not only to depict the common places of his beloved Bucks County, but also to convey their charm, their inviting nature and homey atmosphere as if, though them, Garber was trying to convince his viewer to abandon city life and to move to the countryside.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880- 1958) Brandywine Meadows
            Jun. 04, 2023

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880- 1958) Brandywine Meadows

            Est: $200,000 - $300,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880- 1958) Brandywine Meadows Signed and dated ‘Daniel Garber 1933’ bottom center right; also inscribed and signed 'Back Yard' on upper stretcher verso, oil on canvas 30 1/8 x 30 1/4 in. (76.5 x 76.8cm) Provenance The Artist. Commissioned and acquired directly from the above in 1933. Joseph Strode, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Private Collection. Private Collection, Pennsylvania, by 1998. Private Collection, Rhode Island. Acquired direcly from the above. Paul Gratz Gallery, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Acquired directly from the above in 2010. Collection of Sydney F. and Sharon Martin, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The Estate of Sydney F. Martin. Literature Artist's Record Book I, P. 75, line 28. Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006, Vol. II, p. 225, P. 624 (not illustrated). Note In his mature years, Daniel Garber rarely painted outside of the Bucks County area. This present work, however, takes place in Chester County, along the Brandywine River. This unusual depiction, along with at least two other works, was commissioned by Joseph Strode, of West Chester, Pennsylvania. Although it is set some forty miles away from Garber’s hometown, the present landscape presents some strong similarities with the artist’s usual renditions. It similarly presents an idyllic view of a pastoral, lush riverbed, which beautifully combines Garber’s two famous tonalities, orange and blue. As typical with Garber, the picture plane is compartmentalized in layered sequences, stretching from the bottom of the canvas to the top edge in very distinct tiers: while the foreground is entirely occupied by the river, its beautiful dappled surface dotted by specks of light, a series of full blown thin trees stretch across the middle ground of the canvas, each carefully rendered with a meticulous brushwork. The smaller tier of the canvas is devoted to the sky, a magnificent, abstract surface washed out by soft hues of pink, lavender, blues and white which echo the bottom body of water and beautifully frame the middle vegetation. On the left side, peacefully dispersed on the river bend, are several cows shown watering – traditional animals in Garber’s oeuvre which further enhance the bucolic and enchanting atmosphere of his landscapes. Quickly sketched, their color corresponds to the large golden foliage on the other bend, and gives the painting its tonal coherence i.e. a full circle in which the top mirrors the bottom and the left echoes the right. Despite their size and almost colloquial presence, they add to the romanticism of the scene, which offers a vision of an untouched, sacred Eden.

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          • DANIEL GARBER Harmonville.
            May. 11, 2023

            DANIEL GARBER Harmonville.

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            DANIEL GARBER Harmonville. Etching printed in dark brownish black, 1925. 200x298 mm; 7 7/8x11 3/4 inches, full margins. Signed, titled and inscribed "DG imp" in pencil, lower margin. A very good impression of this scarce etching with all the delicate lines distinct. Garber (1880-1958) was born in Indiana and studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy during the late 1890s where he was inspired by the work of Kentucky-born Frank Duveneck (though Duveneck was not an official member of the faculty until 1900). In 1899, he enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, leaving there in 1905 to commence a two year tour through Europe to study painting in England, France and Italy. On his return to the United States, he and his wife settled in Lumberville, Pennsylvania, a small enclave on the Delaware River north of Philadelphia and Trenton, where Garber became a central figure in the blossoming New Hope artists colony, considered among the foremost schools of American impressionism.

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          • Limited Ed. River House Etching by Daniel Garber (1880-1958)
            Mar. 30, 2023

            Limited Ed. River House Etching by Daniel Garber (1880-1958)

            Est: $100 - $200

            A limited ed. etching by Pennsylvania artist and New Hope art colony member Daniel Garber (1880-1958), titled River House. Piece is signed at the bottom, marked in bottom left corner. Measures 18 1/4" x 15", 10" x 7" site.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Winter Evening
            Dec. 06, 2022

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Winter Evening

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Winter Evening 1930, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamp signed bottom right in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 7 3/4 x 9 3/4 in. (19.7 x 24.8cm) Sheet size: 11 x 13 in. (27.9 x 33cm) [Humphries, E22] Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Literature America The Beautiful: A Bicentennial Exhibition of American Art from the Dalton Collection, Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, North Carolina, 1976, pg. 26. Kathleen A. Foster, Daniel Garber: 1880-1958, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1980, pg. 74. In overall very good condition. The sheet with slight toning and mat burn around the edges. Pinpoint holes are present around the extreme edges from previous mounting. The sheet is inscribed '#6/ 1st State' in pencil bottom left. Please note that the sheet is mounted to the matboard such that the full height of the sheet could not be measured exactly. The above sheet height is estimated. Frame: 15 1/2 x 17 1/4 x 1/2 in.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) The Limeport Quarry
            Dec. 06, 2022

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) The Limeport Quarry

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) The Limeport Quarry 1947, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamp signed bottom left in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 8 7/8 x 11 3/4 in. (22.5 x 29.8cm) Sheet size: 10 7/8 x 14 1/4 in. (27.6 x 36.2cm) [Humphries, E52] Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. In overall good condition. The sheet is gently toned with time and has light mat burning around the edges. Pinprick holes along extreme edges presumably from previous mounting. Inscribed '#42/50' bottom left margin. The sheet is very slightly unevenly trimmed. See Specialist's photos for details. Frame: 16 x 19 x 1 1/8 in.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) The Heron
            Dec. 06, 2022

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) The Heron

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) The Heron 1923, edition of 61, pencil signed bottom right, stamp signed bottom right in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Etching and aquatint on cream paper. Image size: 5 7/8 x 6 3/4 in. (14.9 x 17.1cm) Sheet size: 7 1/8 x 7 7/8 in. (18.1 x 20cm) [Humphries, E8] Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Overall fair condition. Pinprick loss at bottom center. The sheet is gently toned with time, some light discoloration verso. Inscribed '#7' in pencil in bottom left margin, also titled 'The Heron' in bottom center. See specialist photos for details. Frame: 17 3/4 x 17 x 3/4 in.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Illyria
            Dec. 06, 2022

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Illyria

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Illyria 1944, edition of 50, pencil signed bottom right, stamp signed bottom center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Soft-ground etching and drypoint on cream paper. Image size: 8 3/4 x 11 3/4 in. (22.2 x 29.8cm) Sheet size: 10 7/8 x 13 7/8 in. (27.6 x 35.2cm) [Humphries, E46] Provenance Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, New York. Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Overall fair condition. The sheet is gently toned with time. Some light surface soiling and pinprick holes at extreme edges, presumably from previous mounting. Inscribed '#35/50' in pencil in bottom left margin. See Specialist's photos for details. Frame: 15 3/8 x 18 x 3/4 in.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Old Barney
            Dec. 06, 2022

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Old Barney

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880-1958) Old Barney 1949-1950, edition of 32, pencil signed bottom right, stamped signed bottom center in plate, inscribed 'DG Imp' bottom left, with wide margins. Drypoint and etching on cream paper. Image size: 5 3/4 x 9 3/4 in. (14.6 x 24.8cm) Sheet size: 7 1/4 x 11 3/4 in. (18.4 x 29.8cm) [Humphries, E55] Provenance Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Overall good condition. Small tear on extreme top left edge. Surface soiling spot present in the left margin. Inscribed '#27' in left margin. See Specialist's photos for details. Frame Size: 12 3/8 x 16 1/4 x 1/2 in.

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          • Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Early May
            Dec. 04, 2022

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Early May

            Est: $80,000 - $120,000

            Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Early May Signed 'Daniel Garber' bottom right; also titled, signed and dated '36' verso, oil on board 16 x 18 in. (40.6 x 45.7cm) Housed in a Frederick Harer frame. Provenance The Artist. A gift from the above. Collection of R.B. von Maur, Davenport, Iowa. By descent in the family. Private Collection, Iowa. Literature Artist's Record Book I, p. 52, lines 31-33. Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, 2006. Vol. II, p. 243, P 676 (illustrated). Note Pennsylvania Impressionists such as Daniel Garber were celebrated for their freedom from European influence, and praised by the noted painter and critic Guy Pène du Bois as "our first truly national expression." Painting steadily outside of Philadelphia and avoiding New York City as he had for several decades, Garber's career in the 1930s followed the rise of Regionalist artists, also known as American Scene painters, who considered that the real America was anywhere but in the city, away from the turmoil of urbanization. Consequently, Garber became the symbol of a new movement, which stressed man, nature and simple things as the true heart and soul of American expression. This can be easily understood when looking at a landscape such as Early May, a fresh and close-up vision of a solid stone barn nestled in the woods, and visited only by a herd of sheep shown grazing peacefully in the foreground. Contrary to his 1940s landscapes, open views of off-centered houses shown completely isolated in the middle of an expansive landscape of overlapping and distanced hills, the present work offers a more familiar, heartwarming vision of rural America. The composition is tighter, focused on the building, the sheep and the surrounding nature in full bloom and effervescence. The picture seems to present an idealized vision of civilization, rather than a negation of it: although no human form is in sight, the barn appears well-kept, so as the lawn in the foreground. The presence of the sheep suggests a farming activity, but can also imply a religious meaning, the evidence of a newfound, idyllic Eden, which Garber may have found reassuring at the time. Early May indeed speaks to Garber's ongoing fascination for a simple, secluded way of life that does not involve industrialization, and by the same token to his conscious rejection of big city life - which he visited only when his career made it necessary. In overall very good condition, without any sign of restoration as seen under under UV light. With very small flakes at bottom center, framing the sheep, as well as at center left (on the barn) and upper left (on the foliage). To request additional information, please email Raphaël Chatroux at [email protected]

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          • French Horses By Daniel Garber, Etching, Signed
            Dec. 03, 2022

            French Horses By Daniel Garber, Etching, Signed

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            French Horses by Daniel Garber (1880 - 1958) framed dry point etching 1924. Pencil signed and titled. Measures: 5 1/2" x 7" (sight) 15 1/2" High x 18 3/4" Wide (overall)

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          • DANIEL GARBER (Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958), “Sheepyard”., Etching, 7.75” x 12” sight. Framed 17.25” x 21.25”.
            Nov. 04, 2022

            DANIEL GARBER (Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958), “Sheepyard”., Etching, 7.75” x 12” sight. Framed 17.25” x 21.25”.

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            DANIEL GARBER Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958 "Sheepyard". Signed, titled and inscribed "D.G. imp" in pencil lower margin. Tack holes for drying at the sheet's edges.

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          • DANIEL GARBER (Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958), “Improvidence (Old Barn)”, circa 1926., Etching, 7.75” x 11.75”. Framed 17.5” x 21.5”.
            Nov. 04, 2022

            DANIEL GARBER (Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958), “Improvidence (Old Barn)”, circa 1926., Etching, 7.75” x 11.75”. Framed 17.5” x 21.5”.

            Est: $1,800 - $2,200

            DANIEL GARBER Pennsylvania/Ohio/Indiana/Europe, 1880-1958 "Improvidence (Old Barn)", circa 1926. Signed, titled, numbered "# 22/50" and inscribed "DG Imp" in pencil lower margin. Tack holes for drying at the sheet's edges. A nice, evenly toned impression of this scarce print.

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          • Daniel Garber (1880 - 1958) American
            Oct. 30, 2022

            Daniel Garber (1880 - 1958) American

            Est: $1,500 - $2,000

            Daniel Garber (1880 - 1958) Charcoal on paper , Signed , measures 7.5 " x 11"

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          • DANIEL GARBER, American (1880-1958), "Elm Bough", August 1940, oil on canvas, 28 x 30 inches
            Oct. 27, 2022

            DANIEL GARBER, American (1880-1958), "Elm Bough", August 1940, oil on canvas, 28 x 30 inches

            Est: $200,000 - $300,000

            DANIEL GARBER American, (1880-1958) "Elm Bough", August 1940 oil on canvas signed lower right "Daniel Garber"

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