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Sculptor, b. 1874 - d. 1949

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      • Henry Hering Beaux Arts Antefix-Form Bronzes
        Dec. 17, 2023

        Henry Hering Beaux Arts Antefix-Form Bronzes

        Est: $200 - $400

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1947) pair of Beaux-Arts bronze antefix-form sculptures, likely intended as bookends, each signed "Copyrighy by / Henry Hering" and "Antefix / D J". Each: 8" H x 7.75" W x 2.25" D. Note: Henry Hering was a student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens at Cooper Union and of Philip Martiny at the Art Students League of New York. He then went to Paris where he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts.after his return, Hering worked as an assistant to Augustus Saint-Gaudens until Saint-Gaudens' death in 1907.

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      • HENRY HERING (New York, 1874-1949), Pair of bas-relief panels “Industry” and “Commerce” depicting Columbia standing atop a globe supported by a spread-wing eagle with a shield at its breast., Plaster, 25” x 10”. Framed 2
        Apr. 07, 2022

        HENRY HERING (New York, 1874-1949), Pair of bas-relief panels “Industry” and “Commerce” depicting Columbia standing atop a globe supported by a spread-wing eagle with a shield at its breast., Plaster, 25” x 10”. Framed 2

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        HENRY HERING New York, 1874-1949 Pair of bas-relief panels "Industry" and "Commerce" depicting Columbia standing atop a globe supported by a spread-wing eagle with a shield at its breast. Mock-ups created for the entrance to the original Kansas City Federal Reserve Building located at 928 Grand Street, designed by Graham, Anderson, Proust and White and built in 1914. Hering was an assistant to his mentor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Signed "H.H." lower right.

        Eldred's
      • HENRY HERING (1874-1949): THE GOLFER
        Jun. 24, 2017

        HENRY HERING (1874-1949): THE GOLFER

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        HENRY HERING (1874-1949): THE GOLFER Bronze, inscribed ''Copyright by Henry Herring Sc. 1936''. 24 x 12 x 8 3/4 in.

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      • HENRY HERING (American, 1874-1949) Augustus Saint-Gaude
        May. 02, 2015

        HENRY HERING (American, 1874-1949) Augustus Saint-Gaude

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        HENRY HERING (American, 1874-1949) Augustus Saint-Gaudens Bronze with brown patina 23 inches (58.4 cm) high Inscribed and stamped with artist's monogram: Copyright by / Henry Hering FROM THE JEAN AND GRAHAM DEVOE WILLIFORD CHARITABLE TRUST EXHIBITED: Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, Texas, "The Cornish Art Colony: Giants of America's Gilded Age," January 16-April 17, 2011, no. 45. Historically, Cornish, New Hampshire has always been associated first and foremost with the artist who purportedly "discovered" it--the leading American sculptor of the late nineteenth century, Augustus Saint-Gaudens. In 1885, Saint-Gaudens was coaxed by Charles Cotesworth Beaman, Jr., a successful New York lawyer and patron who bought land in the relatively impoverished farm communities of Plainfield and Cornish in the 1880s--to rent a house on his property. The sculptor and his family returned every summer thereafter, finally purchasing the house in 1891. Saint-Gaudens' and Beman's partnership, with their respective celebrity and generosity, nurtured Cornish as a colony for artists, including Thomas Wilmer Dewing whose work was a lifelong passion of Graham Williford's.

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      • Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Immigrants Theodore Spicer-Simpson (American, 1871 - 1959), Baboushka, 1919, 7 7/8"x8"
        May. 12, 2012

        Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Immigrants Theodore Spicer-Simpson (American, 1871 - 1959), Baboushka, 1919, 7 7/8"x8"

        Est: $600 - $800

        Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Immigrants; Theodore Spicer-Simpson (American, 1871 - 1959), Baboushka, 1919, 7 7/8"x8"; Henry Hering (American, 1874 - 1949), Frano Hudak, 1933, initialed, 7 7/8"x6 1/2"; Ringel D"Illzach (French, 1849 - 1916), Two Slavic plaques, 1895 - 1896, each 8" diameter; Provenance: The Eileen and Marvin Reingold Collection

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      • Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Scholars and Academics Ralph Goddard (American, 1861 - 1936), Henry Drisler, signed and stamped cast by The Henry Bonnard Bronze Co., NY, 7 3/4" x 6 1/2"
        May. 12, 2012

        Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Scholars and Academics Ralph Goddard (American, 1861 - 1936), Henry Drisler, signed and stamped cast by The Henry Bonnard Bronze Co., NY, 7 3/4" x 6 1/2"

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Scholars and Academics; Ralph Goddard (American, 1861 - 1936), Henry Drisler, signed and stamped cast by The Henry Bonnard Bronze Co., NY, 7 3/4" x 6 1/2"; Henry Hering (American, 1874 - 1949), Evarts Tracy, 1913, 5 1/4" x 6 1/4"; Victor David Brenner (Lithuanian, 1871 - 1924), George Bailey Hopson, D.D., 1913, signed and stamped logo for Klaber Foundry, 3" x 2 1/4"; Albert Weinert (German/American, 1863 - 1947), Stevenson Taylor, 1926, signed and stamped JNO.Williams, Inc., 3 1/2" diameter; Thomas Hudson Jones (American, 1892 - 1969), Nicholas Murray Butler, 1941, initialed, 4" diameter; Mahonri Young (American, 1877 - 1957), Royal Cortissoz, 1940, signed and dated, 4 1/2" diameter; Walter Russell (American, 1871 - 1963), Cass Gilbert, initialed, 8 3/4" x 6"; Edward Everett Bartlett (British,19th/20th C.), Rudolph Marschall, 1926, signed, 5 3/8" x 3 1/8"; Jonathan Scott Hartley (American, 1845 - 1912), Julian Tappan-Davies, signed, dated and stamped Gorham MFO Co. Founders, 13" x 9 3/4"; Archimedes A. Giacomantonio (American, 1905 - 1988), Robert J. Rendell,c. 1935, signed and stamped Cellini Bronze Works, N.Y., 16 1/4" x 16"; D.B. Sheahan (American, d. 1900); Robert Emmet (Irish Nationalist), 1884, copper shell relief, 9 1/2" x 9"; Provenance: The Eileen and Marvin Reingold Collection

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      • Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Inventors and Avard Tennyson Fairbanks (American, 1897 - 1987), Henry Ford, signed, Medallic-Art-Co., NY, 16 1/4" diameter
        May. 12, 2012

        Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Inventors and Avard Tennyson Fairbanks (American, 1897 - 1987), Henry Ford, signed, Medallic-Art-Co., NY, 16 1/4" diameter

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Bronze Plaques & Medallions of Inventors and; Avard Tennyson Fairbanks (American, 1897 - 1987), Henry Ford, signed, Medallic-Art-Co., NY, 16 1/4" diameter; Henry Hering (American, 1874 - 1949), Charles Albert Coffin, signed, 7 3/4" x 5 1/2"; M.M. Iverson, Herman Doehler, signed, 9 1/2" x 8"; Jonathan M. Swanson (American, 1888 - 1963), Wright-Curtis Merger, 1929, dated, 4" x 2 1/2"; R.P. Golde (American, 19th/20th C.), Henry Heide, signed, 5 3/4" diameter; Artist unknown, Thomas Alva Edison, signed JCR, Medallic Art Co.,NY, 3" x 2 3/8"; Anton Schaaf (American, 1869 - 1943), John Ericsson-Monitor, 1924, signed and dated, 3" x 4"; Antonio Salemme (Italian/American, 1892 - 1995), Leonor Fresnel Lorree, 1931, signed and dated, 6 1/2" diameter; Launt Thompson (Irish/American, 1833 - 1894), Isaac Newton, 1868, signed, titled and dated, 14 5/8" x 11"; Artist unknown (PK), V.G. Gochneaur, initialed, 11 1/2" diameter; Julio Kilenyi (American, 1885 - 1959), Richard Wiley, Grand River Insurance Company Centennial, bronze, stamped Whitehead, 4" diameter; Provenance: The Eileen and Marvin Reingold Collection

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      • Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Study of a
        Nov. 13, 2010

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Study of a

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Study of a Golfer, 1936; Bronze; Inscribed ''Copyright by Henry Hering. SC. 1936''; 24'' high; Provenance: Private Collection, New York

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      • Two Roman Bronze Works Eagle Bookends by Hering,
        Mar. 21, 2009

        Two Roman Bronze Works Eagle Bookends by Hering,

        Est: $400 - $600

        Two Roman Bronze Works Eagle Bookends by Hering, both signed by foundry on back and artist-signed on left side of base, the first reading, "Copyright by Henry Hering / 1915"; the second with "HH / 1923." Henry Hering (1874 - 1949) was a junior colleague of the renowned sculptor Augustus St. Gaudens. 11.5" x 9"

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      • Henry Hering (1874-1949)
        Sep. 25, 2008

        Henry Hering (1874-1949)

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Henry Hering (1874-1949) 'L'Allegro' inscribed with monogram 'HH' and 'MCM**' (on the base)--inscribed 'Copyright Henry Hering MCMXI' and stamped 'Roman Bronze Works N.Y.' (along the base) bronze with brown patina 21 in. (53.3 cm.) high

        Christie's
      • Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Victory, 1912; Bronze; Signed and dated "COPYRIGHT BY / HENRY HERING / MCM XII" with foundry mark "ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N-Y-"; 13 1/8" high; Foundry: Roman Bronze Works, New York
        May. 20, 2007

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Victory, 1912; Bronze; Signed and dated "COPYRIGHT BY / HENRY HERING / MCM XII" with foundry mark "ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N-Y-"; 13 1/8" high; Foundry: Roman Bronze Works, New York

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Victory, 1912; Bronze; Signed and dated "COPYRIGHT BY / HENRY HERING / MCM XII" with foundry mark "ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N-Y-"; 13 1/8" high; Foundry: Roman Bronze Works, New York

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      • Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Pro Patria (Indiana World War Memorial); Bronze; Signed "(c) HENRY HERING SC" and "COPYRIGHT BY / HENRY HERING" and titled "Pro Patria" with foundry mark "ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y."; 33 1/2" high; Foundry: Roman
        May. 20, 2007

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Pro Patria (Indiana World War Memorial); Bronze; Signed "(c) HENRY HERING SC" and "COPYRIGHT BY / HENRY HERING" and titled "Pro Patria" with foundry mark "ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y."; 33 1/2" high; Foundry: Roman

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Henry Hering (American, 1874-1949) Pro Patria (Indiana World War Memorial); Bronze; Signed "(c) HENRY HERING SC" and "COPYRIGHT BY / HENRY HERING" and titled "Pro Patria" with foundry mark "ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y."; 33 1/2" high; Foundry: Roman Bronze Works, New York; Exhibition: "Contemporary American Sculpture," National Sculpture Society, San Francisco, April - October, 1929 (another example); Provenance: Post Road Gallery, Larchmont, NY

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