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Landscape painter, b. 1831 - d. 1870

(born 1831 Charleston, South Carolina; died 1870) American painter. Sole southerner of the Hudson River School, Louis Remy Mignot traveled to the Netherlands at 17 years old to study art. A portfolio mainly consisting of Dutch winter landscapes, he moved to New York in the 1850s and became an established landscape artist by 1855. Mignot became friends with Frederick Church and in 1857 was invited to join Church on an expedition to South America. While in South America they traveled to Columbia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, and it was on this trip that Mignot developed his own style. Unlike Church, who painted grandiose landscapes with sharp clarity, Mignot was inspired by the more intimate but equally transcendent scenery of the rivers and jungles. The work he created during this trip proved quite successful, capturing the imaginations of Americans by depicting South America as a tropical paradise. When the American Civil War broke out in the 1860s Mignot moved to Europe; not feeling welcome in New York as a secessionist. While abroad he became friends with fellow American painter James McNeill Whistler. He continued painting in his expressive style. He died at 39 years old of smallpox; fleeing Paris for London during the Franco-Prussian War. A memorial show was held for Mignot in 1876; the next retrospective of his work not being until well over a hundred years later at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

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    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Feb. 25, 2024

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition (3 available)

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Feb. 04, 2024

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition (3 available)

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Jan. 21, 2024

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition (3 available)

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Rémy Mignot - Guayaquil River
      Jan. 20, 2024

      Louis Rémy Mignot - Guayaquil River

      Est: $60,000 - $80,000

      The Hudson River School in Focus: Property from the Friedman Collection Louis Rémy Mignot 1831 - 1870 Guayaquil River signed Mignot. and dated 59. (lower right) oil on canvas 9 by 15 in. 22.9 by 38.1 cm. Executed in 1859.

      Sotheby's
    • LOUIS RÉMY MIGNOT (1831-1870) - Lagoon of the Guayaquil, South America
      Jan. 18, 2024

      LOUIS RÉMY MIGNOT (1831-1870) - Lagoon of the Guayaquil, South America

      Est: $100,000 - $150,000

      LOUIS RÉMY MIGNOT (1831-1870) Lagoon of the Guayaquil, South America oil on board 12 ¼ x 16 ½ in. (31.1 x 41.9 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Jan. 07, 2024

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition (3 available)

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition (3 available)

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Nov. 26, 2023

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition (3 available)

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Nov. 12, 2023

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Oct. 29, 2023

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Oct. 15, 2023

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"
      Sep. 23, 2023

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara"

      Est: $40 - $50

      Louis Remy Mignot - "Niagara", 1999, 39.5 x 24, good condition

      Bruce Teleky Inc.
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (NY/SC, 1831-1870)
      Nov. 12, 2022

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (NY/SC, 1831-1870)

      Est: $30,000 - $40,000

      Sunset Glow, oil on canvas, unsigned, old Vose Galleries label verso, housed in the original deep cove gilt gesso frame, OS: 37" x 42", SS: 24 1/2" x 29 1/2", cleaned, relined and retouched.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • Louis Remy Mignot
      Sep. 17, 2022

      Louis Remy Mignot

      Est: $150,000 - $250,000

      (American, 1831-1870) Mount Chimborazo, Ecuador, 1862, signed with initial lower right "M 62", oil on canvas, 15-1/2 x 24 in.; silver finished wood frame, 19-1/2 x 28 in. Note: This recently discovered South American work by Mignot from 1862 was done after he had spent four months in Central and South America with his compatriot Frederic Edwin Church in the middle of 1857. Church had already visited Ecuador and painted the first round of his South American masterworks, and Church's influence can be clearly seen here, but Mignot's first trip informed and transformed his art: "South America offered Mignot a spiritual haven. From the time he set foot on the soil of Ecuador, he painted its contours more than any other single theme. It took hold of him and he of it, as he configured and refigured its rivers and mountains on canvases created between 1857 and his death. To follow the transformations that occurred in his conceptions of the subject is to understand the trajectory of his art...". Katherine Manthorne with John W Coffey, The Landscapes of Louis Remy Mignot : A Southern Painter Abroad (exhibition catalogue). Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press for the North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996, page 69. Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut

      Brunk Auctions
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (NY/SC, 1831-1870)
      Aug. 27, 2022

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (NY/SC, 1831-1870)

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      Sunset Glow, oil on canvas, unsigned, old Vose Galleries label verso, housed in the original deep cove gilt gesso frame, OS: 37" x 42", SS: 24 1/2" x 29 1/2", cleaned, relined and retouched.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • Attributed to Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870): Swiss Landscape
      Jan. 27, 2022

      Attributed to Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870): Swiss Landscape

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Oil on board, signed with initial 'M' lower left, indistinctly titled on a paper label and with an indistinct gallery label on the reverse. 4 3/4 x 8 1/2 in., 13 3/4 x 17 1/4 in. (frame). 

      Stair
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (UK/NY/SC, 1831-1870)
      Aug. 29, 2020

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (UK/NY/SC, 1831-1870)

      Est: $12,000 - $18,000

      Sunset Over a Carolina Landscape, oil on canvas, housed in what may be the original gold painted gesso frame, OS: 16 1/4" x 19 1/4", SS: 8 1/2" x 11 1/2". Cleaned and relined. Mignot was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, was sent by his family to study in the Netherlands. After moving to New York on his return, he went to Ecuador for four months with Frederic Edwin Church. From that point on, his landscapes drew more on his imagination. He moved to England when the Civil War began, died there in 1870 after contracting smallpox in Paris during the Franco-Prussian war, aged 39.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (AMERICAN, 1831-1870) SUNSET Oil on canvas: 9 x 13 in.
      Feb. 08, 2020

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (AMERICAN, 1831-1870) SUNSET Oil on canvas: 9 x 13 in.

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Framed

      Potomack Company
    • Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870), , Incense Breathing Morn. - Gray's Elegy (On the Guayaquil River)
      Dec. 08, 2019

      Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870), , Incense Breathing Morn. - Gray's Elegy (On the Guayaquil River)

      Est: $40,000 - $60,000

      Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870) Incense Breathing Morn. - Gray's Elegy (On the Guayaquil River) Signed with artist's initial and dated 'M.|68' bottom right; also with London preparer's stencil verso and titled on label verso, oil on canvas 16 x 22 in. (40.6 x 55.9cm) provenance: Private Collection, United Kingdom. By descent in the family. Private Collection, Rome, Italy. LITERATURE: Katherine E. Manthorne and John W. Coffey, The Landscapes of Louis Rémy Mignot: A Southern Painter Abroad, Washington, D.C., 1996, Appendix, "Catalogue of 1868 Sale," no. 43, p. 220 and (possibly) "Catalogue of the 1876 Memorial Exhibition," no. 46, p. 220 (not illustrated). NOTE: Long overshadowed by his fellow contemporaries of the Hudson River School, Louis Rémy Mignot now stands as one of the most skilled landscapists of his generation, a young talent who gained fame by infusing serenity and sensitivity into his beautifully rendered tropical views. The son of French Catholics who fled to the United States in order to escape the 1830 French Revolution, Mignot was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. At seventeen, after the passing of his father who had never approved of his career choice, he departed for the Netherlands, and trained under famed landscapist Andreas Schelfout. He later returned to the United States and settled in New York, where he joined the competitive circle of the Hudson River School painters. There, Mignot was quickly recognized as a promising figure and became close friends with Eastman Johnson and Frederic Edwin Church, who deeply encouraged him and with whom he shared a taste for travels and expeditions. Mignot's career took a decisive turn in 1857, when he embarked on a five-month journey to Central and South America with Church. From May to September, the artists explored exotic landscapes, recorded the local flora, met with the inhabitants, and captured tropical subjects with astonishing detail. While Church had already been to the Andes, Mignot was discovering the region for the first time and became so obsessed with certain motifs and images that he continued painting similar scenes until his death in the United Kingdom in 1870. As Katharine Munford explains: "South America offered Mignot a spiritual haven. From the time he set foot on the soil of Ecuador, he painted its contours more than any other single theme." After crossing Panama, Mignot arrived in Ecuador and started his journey in Guayaquil, the second largest city in the country, two hundred miles south of Quito. Instead of staying in town, the artist chose to explore the interior of the continent by boat-then the most dependable means of transportation. Among all the landscapes that he discovered in Ecuador, the Guayas River became Mignot's most important source of inspiration. Unlike the rest of the continent, which was said to be dry and inhospitable, the region was famous for its lush vegetation, steamy weather and rich fauna, which may have reminded Mignot of his native South Carolina. With its painterly touch, blurred edges and softened hues, Incense Morn. Gray's Elegy is typical of the late South American pictures which Mignot completed in Britain, about ten years after his first trip to Ecuador. In comparison to Frederic Church's sharply delineated compositions, Mignot's painting tends to be less detailed and more evocative of the artist's melancholic feeling, thus resembling a study of tone and mood. Here, the artist depicts a quiet morning scene along the tropical river. Each bank is marked by an abundant, tangled, vegetation which conveys a sense of wildness to the entire scene. The willowy palm trees, surrounding flowers and verdant bushes seem to grow to infinity, expanding beyond the limits of the composition. The only human presence is a figure on the right, who calmly navigates his balsa on the calm waters while an exotic bird, probably a parrot, is shown nose diving. As opposed to Mignot's earlier compositions, in which a glorious sunset sky was the main focus, here the river occupies the main portion of the canvas, stretching from the foreground to the horizon where it blends with the soft glow of the awakening dawn. At a time when his contemporaries saw national conquests, industrialism, and capitalist commerce as signs of modernity, Mignot seems to transport us back in time, to a glorified moment before settlement, where man and nature seem to be in symbiosis. Although he did sometimes refer to human activities such as the gathering of the plantains, his compositions always suggest a sense of calm, tranquility and peacefulness that echoes the artist's romantic views of the South. Here, the human figure is minuscule compared to the lush vegetation surrounding him, as if Mignot was implying that Nature would always triumph over civilization.

      Freeman's
    • Louis RÌ©my Mignot (NY/SC, 1831-1870), Woods in Winter
      Sep. 21, 2019

      Louis RÌ©my Mignot (NY/SC, 1831-1870), Woods in Winter

      Est: $20,000 - $40,000

      Louis RÌ©my Mignot (NY/SC, 1831-1870), Woods in Winter oil on panel, inscribed on the verso "L. R. Mignot 1861," presented in a later gilt composition frame with gallery plaque appropriate to the painting. SS 10.75 x 16 in.; DOA 21.5 x 26.5 in. (Possibly Mignot Sale, Henry H. Leeds & Co., New York, 2 June 1862, no 3, as Woods in Winter) Christie's, New York, 20 March 1987, no. 9 as Among Woodlands. Richard & Joan M. Whalen, New York, New York Joan Whalen Fine Art, New York, New York Published: The Landscapes of Louis RÌ©my Mignot: A Southern Painter Abroad. By Katherine E. Manthorne with John W. Coffey. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press (for The North Carolina Museum of Art). 1996. Plate 61. Being sold to benefit a Southeastern Institution Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

      Leland Little Auctions
    • Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870) - Tropical Landscape
      Nov. 20, 2018

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870) - Tropical Landscape

      Est: $150,000 - $250,000

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870) Tropical Landscape oil on canvas 10 x 18 in. (25.4 x 45.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Louis Mignot (American, 1831-1870) Oil on Canvas
      Jan. 07, 2018

      Louis Mignot (American, 1831-1870) Oil on Canvas

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Louis Mignot (American, 1831-1870) Oil on Canvas Early winter day at a lake. Signed / initialed lower right. Condition: has been relined and repaired as seen under black light. 13”H x 15-1/4"W framed; 5-5/8"H x 8”W unframed.

      Peachtree & Bennett
    • Louis Mignot "Winter at the Lake" O/C
      Nov. 02, 2017

      Louis Mignot "Winter at the Lake" O/C

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Louis Mignot, U.S., 1831-1870. Oil on canvas of an early winter day at a lake. Signed/initialed lower right. 15.25" X 13" framed; 8" X 5 5/8" unframed. Has been relined and repaired as seen under black light. See photos. Shipping options: UPS Store 4875,954.358.2800, [email protected] Pak Mail, 954-522-4550, [email protected] Pak Mail,954.942.3101,[email protected] The absence of a Condition Report does not imply the lot is in perfect condition. Examine all photos closely. Contact AAG for more detailed information if needed. AAG is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is.

      Abington Auction Gallery
    • Attr. to Louis R. Mignot. Tropical Landscape, oil
      Aug. 27, 2016

      Attr. to Louis R. Mignot. Tropical Landscape, oil

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Attributed to Louis Remy Mignon (French, 1831-1870). Oil on canvas, signed "F.E. Church" ll, 8 x 12 in., framed

      Alex Cooper
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT, American (1831-1870), Tropical Scene, oil on canvas, signed and dated '64 lower right., 24 x 39 inches
      Apr. 28, 2016

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT, American (1831-1870), Tropical Scene, oil on canvas, signed and dated '64 lower right., 24 x 39 inches

      Est: $100,000 - $150,000

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT American (1831-1870) Tropical Scene oil on canvas, signed and dated '64 lower right. 24 x 39 inches Provenance: Private Collection, Switzerland.

      Shannon's
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (AMERICAN 1831-1870)Autumn in
      Oct. 25, 2014

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (AMERICAN 1831-1870)Autumn in

      Est: $15,000 - $20,000

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (AMERICAN 1831-1870) Autumn in Holland, oil on canvas 51 x 61 cm (20 x 24 in.) signed lower left Louis R Mignot PROVENANCE Collection of Bernard Winters, Armonk, New York Bernard J. Winters was a philanthropist and art collector who was captivated by Russian icons. Over a fifty-year period, he worked closely with Sotheby`s, Christie`s, and private collectors to cultivate his collection. His monumental icons, as well as those purchased from Natalie Hays Hammond, daughter of John Hays Hammond, diplomat, were some of his favored items.

      Shapiro Auctions LLC
    • Two Views of Mount Vernon Fine American and European Furniture, Silver, Folk and Decorative Arts and Clocks
      Sep. 23, 2014

      Two Views of Mount Vernon Fine American and European Furniture, Silver, Folk and Decorative Arts and Clocks

      Est: -

      The first: Thomas Oldham Barlow (1824-1889) after Thomas Pritchard Rossiter (1818-1871) and Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870) The Home of Washington, 1863 Colored engraving Published by Henry T. Williams, New York 18 1/2 x 29 3/4in (47.0 x 75.5cm) The second: Nathaniel Currier & James Ives The Home of Washington, 1857-72 Colored lithograph 11 1/4 x 15 7/8in (28.6 x 40.3cm)

      Bonhams
    • Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870)
      May. 22, 2014

      Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870)

      Est: $100,000 - $150,000

      Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870) >View near Otsego, New York <br>signed '.L.R.M' (lower center) >oil on canvas <br>26 x 36 in. (66 x 91.4 cm.) >Painted <i>circa<i> 1856-57.

      Christie's
    • Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870)
      May. 22, 2014

      Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870)

      Est: $30,000 - $50,000

      Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870) >Mountain Landscape with Ruins <br>signed and dated 'LR Mignot 53' (lower right) >oil on canvas <br>29½ x 42 in. (75 x 106.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870), Rainbow over a Lake in the Hudson River Valley, Possibly Close of a Showery Day, Lake George,
      May. 17, 2013

      Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870), Rainbow over a Lake in the Hudson River Valley, Possibly Close of a Showery Day, Lake George,

      Est: $30,000 - $50,000

      Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870) Rainbow over a Lake in the Hudson River Valley, Possibly Close of a Showery Day, Lake George Monogrammed and dated "M 62" l.c. Oil on canvas, 16 x 24 in. (40.6 x 61.0 cm), framed. Condition: Lined, craquelure, mounting bubbles l.l., minor retouch, subtle varnish inconsistencies. Exhibitions: Probably New York, Snedicor's Gallery, May 27-June 2, 1862, no. 15 (as Close of a Showery day. Lake George, 16 x 24 in.). Provenance: Probably at sale, New York, Henry H. Leeds & Co., June 2, 1862, no. 15 (as Close of a Showery day. Lake George, 16 x 24 in.); The estate of Elizabeth A. Straus, New York and Maine. N.B. Hudson River School painter Louis Rémy Mignot was born in Charleston, South Carolina. He began his art studies in the Netherlands, where he met fellow student Eastman Johnson in 1851. By 1855 Mignot had returned to the United States became active in the art world, exhibiting at the National Academy of Design and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. In 1858 he accompanied Frederick Church to South America, a trip that would be pivotal for his career. Later that year, he moved into the Tenth Street Studio alongside Church, Sanford Gifford, and other Hudson River School painters, and he was elected to the Century Association and to Associate membership in the National Academy of Design. Mignot also joined the "Artists Excursion" sponsored by the B & O Railroad to paint areas newly opened via the railroad. Mignot's early landscape paintings were criticized for showing too much European influence. He then refined his technique to be more in keeping with his Hudson River School colleagues, working towards a purely American style. (1) The work at hand shows the quiet repose typical of Mignot's mature style. There is a somber quality of the autumn landscape that may reflect the opening hostilities of the Civil War and the artist's subsequent departure for Europe, where he would remain for the rest of his life. (2) We would like to thank John W. Coffey for his help with this attribution and cataloguing of this lot. 1. Manthorne, Katherine E, with John W. Coffey, The Landscapes of Louis Remy Mignot, A Southern Painter Abroad (Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press for The North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996), p. 49. 2. Ibid, p. 134.

      Skinner
    • Louis Remy Mignot, Mount Cayambe, Ecuador, oil on canvas
      Feb. 17, 2013

      Louis Remy Mignot, Mount Cayambe, Ecuador, oil on canvas

      Est: $20,000 - $40,000

      Louis Rémy Mignot (American, 1831-1870), "Mount Cayambe, Ecuador," oil on canvas, canvas: 24"h x 36"w, overall (with frame): 32.5"h x 44.25"w. Reference: Butterfields & Butterfields, San Francisco, CA (June 16, 1993/Lot 3134)

      Clars Auctions
    • Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870)
      Nov. 30, 2011

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870)

      Est: $50,000 - $70,000

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870) A Pastoral Landscape signed and dated 'Louis R. Mignot/53' (lower right) oil on canvas 33¼ x 49 in. (84.5 x 124.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870)
      Nov. 30, 2011

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870)

      Est: $50,000 - $70,000

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870) A Pastoral Landscape signed and dated 'Louis R. Mignot/53' (lower right) oil on canvas 33¼ x 49 in. (84.5 x 124.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT, American (1831-1870), Travelers in a Tropical Landscape, oil on can vas, initialed and dated "M/61" lower left.,...
      Apr. 28, 2011

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT, American (1831-1870), Travelers in a Tropical Landscape, oil on can vas, initialed and dated "M/61" lower left.,...

      Est: $300,000 - $500,000

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT American (1831-1870) Travelers in a Tropical Landscape oil on can vas, initialed and dated "M/61" lower left 22 x 36 Provenance: By descent since c. 1960 to the present private collection, New Jersey.

      Shannon's
    • School of Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870), a skating scene, Unsigned, oil on canvas, framed.
      Nov. 20, 2010

      School of Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870), a skating scene, Unsigned, oil on canvas, framed.

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      School of Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870) a skating scene Unsigned, oil on canvas, framed. 17 3/4 x 21 in. (sight)

      Freeman's
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT, American (1831-1870), Winter Scene, oil on canvas, unsigned., 15 1/4 x 12 3/4
      Oct. 28, 2010

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT, American (1831-1870), Winter Scene, oil on canvas, unsigned., 15 1/4 x 12 3/4

      Est: $12,000 - $18,000

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT American (1831-1870) Winter Scene oil on canvas, unsigned. 15 1/4 x 12 3/4 Provenance: Questroyal Fine Art, New York, New York.

      Shannon's
    • Colored Engraving of Mount Vernon & Currier Ives
      May. 22, 2010

      Colored Engraving of Mount Vernon & Currier Ives

      Est: $300 - $350

      Framed hand colored engraving titled, "The Home of Washington", engraved by Thomas Oldham Barlow after the painting by TP Rossiter (Thomas Prichard Rossiter, 1818-1871, New York) and LR Mignot (Louis Remy Mignot, 1831-1870). Scene depicts General Washington and his family entertaining Lafayette on the porch at Mount Vernon. The original painting is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Condition - Scattered foxing with water stain to lower left margin. Sight - 21 1/4" H x 31 1/2" W. Framed - 30" H x 41 1/8" W. 19 century. 2nd item - Currier & Ives hand colored lithograph titled, " Sunny Side, The Residence of the Late Washington Irving, near Tarrytown, NY". Unframed. Condition - Overall toning, slight scattered browning with some tears to border. Also some water staining to left border with tape on margins. 18" H x 24" W.

      Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
    • Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870)
      May. 20, 2010

      Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870)

      Est: $50,000 - $70,000

      Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870) River Scene, Ecuador signed with initial and dated 'M. 66' (lower left)--signed with initial and dated again 'M./66.' (lower right) oil on canvas 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm.)

      Christie's
    • School of Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870), a skating scene, Unsigned, oil on canvas, framed.
      Nov. 14, 2009

      School of Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870), a skating scene, Unsigned, oil on canvas, framed.

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      School of Louis Remy Mignot (1831-1870) a skating scene Unsigned, oil on canvas, framed. 17 3/4 x 21 in. (sight)

      Freeman's
    • Louis Remy Mignot 1831-1870 , Autumn Landscape
      May. 23, 2007

      Louis Remy Mignot 1831-1870 , Autumn Landscape

      Est: $40,000 - $60,000

      signed Mignot and dated 1857, l.l. oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
    • Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870)
      Nov. 30, 2006

      Louis Rémy Mignot (1831-1870)

      Est: $25,000 - $35,000

      A View of a Colonial City, Ecuador signed with initial and dated 'M. 61.' (lower center) oil on canvas 10 x 18 in. (25.4 x 45.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Louis Remy Mignot (American 1831-1870). Southern Bayou scene with figures in a boat.
      Apr. 02, 2005

      Louis Remy Mignot (American 1831-1870). Southern Bayou scene with figures in a boat.

      Est: -

      Oil on canvas, 14 x 22 inches. Signed l.r. and inscribed on back of original canvas "Mignot." In period gilt and composition frame.

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • Louis Remy Mignot (American 1831-1870). The Old bog Hole.
      Apr. 02, 2005

      Louis Remy Mignot (American 1831-1870). The Old bog Hole.

      Est: -

      Oil on academy board, 9 3/4 x 13 3/4. Identified, signed and dated 1856, l.r. Label on reverse for exhibition at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • LOUIS REMY MIGNOT(Footnote 1) (1831-1870) Hunters Near Poughkeepsie
      May. 26, 1993

      LOUIS REMY MIGNOT(Footnote 1) (1831-1870) Hunters Near Poughkeepsie

      Est: $40,000 - $60,000

      signed "Mignot," l.r.- -oil on canvas 27 x 34 in. (68.5 x 86 cm.) See footnote 1 for this sale.

      Christie's
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