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    • Attributed To Sturtevant J. Hamblen
      Sep. 17, 2022

      Attributed To Sturtevant J. Hamblen

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      (Maine/Massachusetts, active 1837-1856) Portrait of a Young Woman, unsigned, French customs stamp verso, oil on board, 13-1/2 x 10 in.; paint decorated carved wood frame, 17 x 13 in. Provenance: Sotheby's Important Americana, January 22, 2010, sold for $6,250; Collection of C.L. Prickett

      Brunk Auctions
    • Mary Caroline Haines, Prior-Hamblin School
      Jun. 19, 2021

      Mary Caroline Haines, Prior-Hamblin School

      Est: $10,000 - $15,000

      Attributed to Sturtevant Hamblin (Active 1825-1856). Portrait of Miss Mary Caroline Haines, oil on board within period grain painted frame. Waist length depiction, she is wearing a blue puffy sleeve dress with coral necklace, the ends tied in a bow, in her hand she holds an apple. Inscribed on reverse Mary Caroline Haines Jackson with later genealogical family record. Mary Caroline Haines was born to William Haines and Caroline Eaton on December 2nd, 1839 in Cabot, Vermont. William Haines was born December 26th, 1807 in Cabot, Vermont. He and his second wife Caroline Eaton (b. November 14th, 1816) were married September 19th, 1836. They had two children, Mary Caroline (b.1839) and son Ezra W. (b.1843). Williams occupation is listed as that of a farmer in the 1850 Caledonia County, Vermont census. In the census of 1860, added to the household was Almon Jackson, whom Mary Caroline would later marry on May 31st, 1861. Mary Caroline and Almon would later have six children. H: 14 in., W: 10 in. H: 19 in., W: 14.75 in., D: 0.75 in. (frame)

      Devin Moisan Auctioneers, Inc.
    • STURTEVANT HAMBLIN (ACTIVE, C. 1825-1856), ATTRIBUTED, PORTRAIT OF A MAN
      Nov. 14, 2020

      STURTEVANT HAMBLIN (ACTIVE, C. 1825-1856), ATTRIBUTED, PORTRAIT OF A MAN

      Est: $600 - $900

      STURTEVANT HAMBLIN (ACTIVE, C. 1825-1856), ATTRIBUTED, PORTRAIT OF A MAN, oil on board, bust-length depiction of a finely dressed figure sporting patterned vest fitted with gold watch fob and chain, no signature located. Housed under glass in a period veneered frame.

      Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
    • Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (1817-1884), Portrait of Samuel Franklin Parcher (1834-1913), York County, Maine
      Nov. 10, 2020

      Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (1817-1884), Portrait of Samuel Franklin Parcher (1834-1913), York County, Maine

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (1817-1884) Portrait of Samuel Franklin Parcher (1834-1913), York County, Maine Inscription on verso, "Samuel Franklin Parcher, Drawing of Himself in front of a mirror, Biddeford, Maine," oil on artist's board, framed. 12 1/2 in. x 9 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: A Private Family Collection.

      Freeman's
    • ATTR. STURTEVANT HAMBLEN, DOUBLE SIDED C. 1830/40S
      Aug. 11, 2020

      ATTR. STURTEVANT HAMBLEN, DOUBLE SIDED C. 1830/40S

      Est: $900 - $1,200

      Double sided board with portrait / biblical scene. In original grain painted frame. Prior - Hamblen School with attribution to Sturtevant Hamblen. Second frame added to back in order to display reverse painting. Dimensions : (Frame) H 19.25" x W 14.4" (Sight) H 13.5" x W 10" Condition: Some light scratches to frame.

      Westport Auction
    • STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (1817-1884) | Portraits of Phoebe Jewett and Hannah M. Jewett: a pair
      Jan. 21, 2017

      STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (1817-1884) | Portraits of Phoebe Jewett and Hannah M. Jewett: a pair

      Est: $25,000 - $30,000

      the first inscribed P.L.J., Aged 21, painted by S.J. Hamblin, Chamber Street, Boston, 1841; the second inscribed H.M.J., Aged 16 yrs. Painted by S.J. Hamblin, 1841.

      Sotheby's
    • STURTEVANT J. HAMBLEN (1807 - 1886) | YOUNG BOY IN GREY WITH FLOWERS
      Jan. 24, 2016

      STURTEVANT J. HAMBLEN (1807 - 1886) | YOUNG BOY IN GREY WITH FLOWERS

      Est: $60,000 - $80,000

      Executed circa 1850, appears to retain its original stretchers.

      Sotheby's
    • Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (American, 1817-1884) PORTRAIT OF THREE BROWN FAMILY CHILDREN WITH BOAT, HOOP AND CAT
      May. 02, 2010

      Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (American, 1817-1884) PORTRAIT OF THREE BROWN FAMILY CHILDREN WITH BOAT, HOOP AND CAT

      Est: $40,000 - $80,000

      Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (American, 1817-1884) PORTRAIT OF THREE BROWN FAMILY CHILDREN WITH BOAT, HOOP AND CAT four labels on verso: the first, American Primitive Painting Exhibition in Europe, loaned by Mrs. Edith Halpert, New York, the second, American Folk Art Gallery, the third, Old Hope Antiques, the fourth, Gary C. Cole oil on canvas 40 by 36 in. Provenance: Mrs. Edith Gregor Halpert, American Folk Art Gallery, New York; Gary C. Cole, New York; Betty Sterling; Olde Hope Antiques, New Hope, PA; Private Collector; Sotheby's, New York, January 1998, lot 1550; Private Collection

      Keno Auctions
    • Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (American, 1817-1884) Boston, circa 1840 PAIR OF DOUBLE PORTRAITS
      May. 02, 2010

      Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (American, 1817-1884) Boston, circa 1840 PAIR OF DOUBLE PORTRAITS

      Est: $40,000 - $80,000

      Attributed to Sturtevant J. Hamblin (American, 1817-1884) Boston, circa 1840 PAIR OF DOUBLE PORTRAITS Inscribed on verso "LAURA ANN, AGED 9 YEARS, MARY ELLEN, 7 YRS, GEORGE ALBERT AGED 4 1/2 YEARS AND WILLIAM WOOD 2 1/4" oil on canvas 29 by 36 in. (each) Provenance: Descended in a New Hampshire family until 1990; Sold at Sotheby's, Fine American Furniture, Folk Art, Folk Paintings and Silver, October 20, 1990, lot 100; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Egan Collection, New Jersey; David Schorsch, New York; Private Collection Exhibitions: The Gallery at Bristol-Meyers Squibb, A Loving Likeness American Folk Portraits of the Nineteenth Century, From the Raymond and Susan Egan Collection, 1992 Literature: Discussed and illustrated A Loving Likeness American Folk Portraits of the Nineteenth Century (Princeton, New Jersey: 1992), pg. 22-23

      Keno Auctions
    • STURTEVANT J. HAMBLEN (FL. CA. 1837-1856)
      Jan. 22, 2010

      STURTEVANT J. HAMBLEN (FL. CA. 1837-1856)

      Est: $7,000 - $10,000

      PORTRAIT OF A DARK-HAIRED YOUNG WOMAN WITH BOW-KNOTTED PEARLS AND BROOCH in what appears to be the original frame and the original wood backing.

      Sotheby's
    • STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (ACT. 1837-1856). PORTRAIT
      Feb. 23, 2008

      STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (ACT. 1837-1856). PORTRAIT

      Est: -

      STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (ACT. 1837-1856). PORTRAIT OF A CURLY HAIRED CHILD HOLDING A RIDING WHIP.

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • STURTEVANT HAMBLEN, (FL. CA. 1837-1856)
      Jan. 21, 2007

      STURTEVANT HAMBLEN, (FL. CA. 1837-1856)

      Est: $25,000 - $35,000

      PORTRAIT OF A PRETTY YOUNG GIRL IN A BLUE DRESS, HOLDING BOUQUET OF FLOWERS measurements 14 by 10in. alternate measurements 35.6 by 25.4cm painted circa 1830. In what appears to be the original grain-painted frame. oil on paper board PROVENANCE David Wheatcroft, Westboro, Massachusetts

      Sotheby's
    • STURTEVANT HAMBLEN, (FL. CA. 1837-1856)
      Jan. 20, 2007

      STURTEVANT HAMBLEN, (FL. CA. 1837-1856)

      Est: $100,000 - $300,000

      ROSY-CHEEKED YOUNG GIRL WEARING A LACE-TRIMMED WHITE DRESS AND PANTALOONS WITH A BASKET OF FLOWERS SEATED ON A STOOL ON A FLOWERED CARPET: 'A PORTRAIT OF ELLEN' measurements 27.5 by 22.3 in. alternate measurements 69.9 by 56.6 cm signed on the child's left shoe S.J. Hamblen. Painted on what appears to be the original stretchers and in the original ogee-molded frame. A paper label affixed to the verso is inscribed The picture of Ellen hanging opposite the same B. Higgins given at same date by Emily M. Sherrick. Nina Fletcher Little's typed jelly label provides the following information. Portrait of Ellen. by Hamblen, Boston, 1840 oil on canvas PROVENANCE Sotheby's, New York, The Bertram K. Little and Nina Fletcher Little Collection, January 29, 1994, lot 258 EXHIBITED Williamsburg, Virginia, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, Land and Seascape as Observed by the Folk Artist, January 13-May 11, 1969, p. 42, illustrated LITERATURE Nina Fletcher Little, Little by Little, 1984, p. 115, fig. 149 Nina Fletcher Little, 'William Matthew Prior and Some of His Contemporaries,' The Maine Antiques Digest, April 1976, p. 19A, fig. 1

      Sotheby's
    • STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (active 1837-1856). SIX PORTRAITS OF THE GRAY FAMILY, CIRCA 1843.
      Aug. 05, 2006

      STURTEVANT J. HAMBLIN (active 1837-1856). SIX PORTRAITS OF THE GRAY FAMILY, CIRCA 1843.

      Est: -

      Including Elias Gray and his wife Hannah, each with drapery swag and tassel, holding a book. Oil on Academy Board, 17 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches. The four children each beneath double drapery swag: Sarah, with floral spray; Emily with book; Ann with black cat; a

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • * STURTEVANT HAMBLIN (FL. CIRCA 1837-1856)
      Jan. 22, 2005

      * STURTEVANT HAMBLIN (FL. CIRCA 1837-1856)

      Est: $30,000 - $50,000

      painted circa 1840; in the original painted frame; with the original glass. oil on academy board

      Sotheby's
    • * STURTEVANT HAMBLIN
      Jan. 16, 2004

      * STURTEVANT HAMBLIN

      Est: $60,000 - $80,000

      painted circa 1840; in the original silver-gilt frame. PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG BOY WITH FLOWERS

      Sotheby's
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