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    • Lloyd Mifflin, Along the Susquehanna
      Sep. 13, 2023

      Lloyd Mifflin, Along the Susquehanna

      Est: $400 - $600

      (American, 1846-1921) oil on panel, verso inscribed "Along the Susquehanna, Painted by Lloyd Mifflin...Norwood." Frame marked "Lloyd Mifflin, Columbia, PA." Panel: 10"h x 8"w Overall: 18-1/4"h x 16-1/2"w Provenance: Property from a Private Philadelphia and UK Family Collection

      Nye & Company
    • LLOYD MIFFLIN (1826-1921): SCHUYKILL
      Oct. 26, 2014

      LLOYD MIFFLIN (1826-1921): SCHUYKILL

      Est: $400 - $600

      LLOYD MIFFLIN (1826-1921): SCHUYKILL Oil on canvas, unsigned, lined, with label from James S. Earle & Sons and Earles' Galleries, Philadelphia. 8 1/2 x 12 1/2 in., 14 x 18 in. (frame). Note: The old paper label on the back of the frame is from Earles' Galleries, Chestnut Street in Philadelphia. Earles' Galleries was a prominent framer and art gallery in the second half of the 19th Century. It was here that Thomas Eakins had his only solo exhibition.

      STAIR
    • Two Lloyd Mifflin Watercolor on Paper Paintings of the Rhine Valley, Germany. Lloyd Mifflin, a poet and painter, was born in 1846 in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Mifflin received art instruction first from his father and then at the Pennsylvania Academy
      Sep. 13, 2014

      Two Lloyd Mifflin Watercolor on Paper Paintings of the Rhine Valley, Germany. Lloyd Mifflin, a poet and painter, was born in 1846 in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Mifflin received art instruction first from his father and then at the Pennsylvania Academy

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      Two Lloyd Mifflin Watercolor on Paper Paintings of the Rhine Valley, Germany. Lloyd Mifflin, a poet and painter, was born in 1846 in Columbia, Pennsylvania. Mifflin received art instruction first from his father and then at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He then studied in Germany and became a talented painter, and later in life he developed into a good photographer. Mifflin believed that paint fumes damaged his health, causing him to stop painting and concentrate on writing poetry, specifically sonnets. He eventually published over 500 sonnets. Mifflin died in 1921. Unframed, image size 5" x 8". Condition: Very good. (500-1000)

      Conestoga Auction Co.
    • LLOYD MIFFLIN, American, 1846-1921, "Moonlit Scene"., Oil on paper mounted on board, 5½" x 8". Framed.
      Nov. 18, 2011

      LLOYD MIFFLIN, American, 1846-1921, "Moonlit Scene"., Oil on paper mounted on board, 5½" x 8". Framed.

      Est: $700 - $1,000

      LLOYD MIFFLIN American, 1846-1921 "Moonlit Scene". Signed in ink on mount verso "Lloyd Mifflin". Provenance: The artist's brother Houston Mifflin. Schwarz Gallery, Philadelphia. Oil on paper mounted on board, 5 1/2" x 8". Framed.

      Eldred's
    • LLOYD MIFFLIN, American, 1846-1921, "Moonlit Scene"., Oil on paper mounted on board, 5½" x 8". Framed.
      Aug. 05, 2011

      LLOYD MIFFLIN, American, 1846-1921, "Moonlit Scene"., Oil on paper mounted on board, 5½" x 8". Framed.

      Est: $700 - $1,000

      LLOYD MIFFLIN American, 1846-1921 "Moonlit Scene". Signed in ink on mount verso "Lloyd Mifflin". Provenance: The artist's brother Houston Mifflin. Schwarz Gallery, Philadephia. Oil on paper mounted on board, 5 1/2" x 8". Framed.

      Eldred's
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