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      • De Cost Smith (1864-1939), Little Big Horn River
        Feb. 17, 2024

        De Cost Smith (1864-1939), Little Big Horn River

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Title: Little Big Horn River Dimensions: 7 x 11 Framed Dimensions: 12 1/4 x 16 1/4 x 3 1/4 Signature: unsigned

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Sep. 11, 2022

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • "On Watch" Indian Print by De Cost Smith
        Aug. 20, 2022

        "On Watch" Indian Print by De Cost Smith

        Est: $100 - $200

        On Watch Indian Print by De Cost Smith. Copyright by De Cost Smith (1864-1939). Waterfall and Native American Indian Chief in original decorated wood frame, entitled "On Watch". Small chip on bottom left feather otherwise overall very good condition. 9 1/2 X 16 1/2 inches overall.

        Burley Auction Gallery
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Jun. 12, 2022

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Mar. 13, 2022

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Dec. 12, 2021

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $800 - $1,050

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Sep. 12, 2021

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Jun. 06, 2021

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $900 - $1,150

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Mar. 07, 2021

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $850 - $950

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting
        Dec. 06, 2020

        De Cost Smith (NY,1864-1939) watercolor painting

        Est: $850 - $950

        ARTIST: De Cost Smith (New York, 1864 - 1939) NAME: Goho's Stories of Penn - Brady's Hill MEDIUM: watercolor and gouache on board CONDITION: Minor age toning. Some damages to corners of board. SIGHT SIZE: 13 x 18 inches / 33 x 45 cm BOARD SIZE: 15 x 22 inches / 38 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: William Leigh, Harley Brown, Warren Eliphalet Rollins, Leon Gaspard, Maynard Dixon, Michael Coleman, Nick Eggenhofer, William "Bill" Gollings, R Brownell McGrew, Kenneth Pauling Riley, Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy, Carl Borg, Bert Geer Phillips, Fremont Ellis, Gunnar Widforss, Hermann Ottomar Herzog CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117112 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: De Cost Smith was born in Skaneateles in Western New York State in 1864. He seemed by temperament and the accident of his birth locale to have been directed toward a life associated with, and devoted to, the Indians of America, and to making art from their lives. They, in turn, sensed his sympathetic attitude and responded in kind to him. It is for this art, accurately recording the lives and customs of these peoples, that Smith is best known. He studied art in New York City and later at the Academie Julian in Paris, and while there, Smith's earliest Indian paintings were shown in the Salon. But it was his personal experience with the Indians and the paintings of Indians by George De Forest Brush that encouraged Smith to find his own place in the ranks of such artists. Having grown up as boy near their Reservation, Smith had been initiated into the Onondaga tribe. After his first trip in 1884 to the Dakota Territory to paint Indians, Smith traveled widely among many tribes, learning to speak several dialects. He created a number of distinguished articles for Outing Magazine with fellow painter of Indians, Edwin Willard Deming. Many articles on Western life in major magazines were illustrated by Smith. De Cost Smith died in 1939. He was a member of the American Ethnological Society and Salmagundi Club. His work is in the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the American Indian in New York City.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • DeCost Smith | To Advise
        Sep. 18, 2020

        DeCost Smith | To Advise

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Artist: DeCost Smith| 1864-1939 Title: To Advise Signed l/l: DeCost Smith Media: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 16 3/4 by 21 1/4 inches Additonal dimensions: 20 by 24 by 1.75 inches framed Condition: Good Condition notes: To the unaided eye, the piece appears to be in good condition. There is extensive craquelure throughout the piece. Closer inspection under ultraviolet light reveals normal fluorescence of artist's pigments, and no signs of restoration. The work appears to have received a light cleaning and fresh varnish. This work is framed in a carved gold frame. This frame is possibly the original frame for this work. The frame is in good condition with normal wear. Verso: previous Altermann Galleries label.

        Altermann Galleries
      • DE COST SMITH - BRADY'S HILL
        Aug. 26, 2020

        DE COST SMITH - BRADY'S HILL

        Est: $200 - $400

        Lot 152 De Cost Smith American (1864-1939) Brady's Hill watercolor and gouache on paper mounted to board signed lower left 15 x 22 inches Provenance: From a New York Collection

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • DeCost Smith | To Advise
        Jun. 19, 2020

        DeCost Smith | To Advise

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Artist: DeCost Smith | 1864-1939 Title: To Advise Signed l/l: DeCost Smith Media: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 16 3/4 by 21 1/4 inches Condition: Good Condition details: To the unaided eye, the piece appears to be in good condition. There is extensive craquelure throughout the piece. Closer inspection under ultraviolet light reveals normal fluorescence of artist's pigments, and no signs of restoration. The work appears to have received a light cleaning and fresh varnish. This work is framed in a carved gold frame. This frame is possibly the original frame for this work. The frame is in good condition with normal wear. Verso: previous Altermann Galleries label.

        Altermann Galleries
      • DeCost Smith | To Advise
        Feb. 21, 2020

        DeCost Smith | To Advise

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Artist: DeCost Smith | 1864-1939 Title: To Advise Signed l/l: DeCost Smith Media: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 16 3/4 by 21 1/4 inches Condition: Condition details: To the unaided eye, the piece appears to be in good condition. There is extensive craquelure throughout the piece. Closer inspection under ultraviolet light reveals normal fluorescence of artist's pigments, and no signs of restoration. The work appears to have received a light cleaning and fresh varnish. This work is framed in a carved gold frame. This frame is possibly the original frame for this work. The frame is in good condition with normal wear. Verso: previous Altermann Galleries label.

        Altermann Galleries
      • DE COST SMITH (1864-1939): PORTRAIT OF A MAN
        Apr. 28, 2018

        DE COST SMITH (1864-1939): PORTRAIT OF A MAN

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        DE COST SMITH (1864-1939): PORTRAIT OF A MAN Oil on canvas, 1886, signed 'De Cost Smith' and dated lower left. 10 1/4 x 9 3/4 in., 14 1/2 x 14 in. (frame). Note: Born in Skaneateles, NY, painter De Cost Smith traveled extensively in the West where he compiled large sketchbooks of drawings of the Sioux and Crow tribes. He studied in Paris and New York, eventually settling in Amenia, NY.

        Stair
      • De Cost Smith Indian Warrior
        Sep. 16, 2015

        De Cost Smith Indian Warrior

        Est: $60 - $120

        De Cost Smith (1864-1939) Indian warrior print titled On Watch in a frame decorated with tomahawks and a teepee

        Embassy Auctions International
      • 2 Indian Prints
        Nov. 02, 2014

        2 Indian Prints

        Est: $100 - $200

        Engraving by Capt. S. Eastman USA Print "Sioux Lover" by De Cost Smith 14" x 11 3/4" & 14 1/2" x 13 1/4" Frames

        Martin Auction Company
      • De Cost Smith (1864-1939)
        Jul. 26, 2014

        De Cost Smith (1864-1939)

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        A Shot at the Bunch (1898)

        Coeur d’Alene Art Auction
      • Gouache in black and white of "The Sundance"
        Oct. 25, 2012

        Gouache in black and white of "The Sundance"

        Est: $1,750 - $3,500

        Gouache in black and white of "The Sundance" signed lower left De Cost Smith. 15"x20" in fine condition recently framed, cleaned and matted. De Cost Smith was born in New York in 1864 and died 1939. He studied at AcademicJulian in Paris. He grew up near Skaneateles in Western New York where he became well acquainted and initialed into the Gnondaga Tribe. He traveled to Dakota Territory in 1884 where he created articles andillustrations for outdoor magazines. He worked with Edward Willard Deming and was well regarded for his works portraying authentic Native American Culture. Few white men were allowed to see the secret ceremonial rituals of the Sundance. Est.; $1,750-$3,500

        Little John's Auction Service
      • De Cost Smith (American, 1864-1939) Iroquois medicine masks and turtle shell rattle; Medicine dance at fire chief's (a pair) first 15 1/4 x 20 1/2in; second 15 x 20 1/2in
        Aug. 09, 2011

        De Cost Smith (American, 1864-1939) Iroquois medicine masks and turtle shell rattle; Medicine dance at fire chief's (a pair) first 15 1/4 x 20 1/2in; second 15 x 20 1/2in

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Iroquois medicine masks and turtle shell rattle; Medicine dance at fire chief's (a pair) first signed 'De Cost Smith' with artist's device (lower right); second signed 'De Cost Smith' (lower left) each watercolor and gouache on paper affixed to board first 15 1/4 x 20 1/2in; second 15 x 20 1/2in each unframed

        Bonhams
      • Winter Hunt (1889)
        Jul. 23, 2011

        Winter Hunt (1889)

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        260 --- Smith, De Cost --- Winter Hunt (1889) --- O/C --- 23¼x30¼

        Coeur d’Alene Art Auction
      • Watching the Plains (1890)
        Jul. 23, 2011

        Watching the Plains (1890)

        Est: $10,000 - $20,000

        19 --- Smith, De Cost --- Watching the Plains (1890) --- O/C --- 30x24

        Coeur d’Alene Art Auction
      • De Cost Smith (1864-1939 Amenia, NY)
        Feb. 20, 2007

        De Cost Smith (1864-1939 Amenia, NY)

        Est: $15,000 - $20,000

        American Indian on hilltop, signed and dated lower left: Copyright 1909 by De Cost Smith

        John Moran Auctioneers
      • De Cost Smith (1864-1939)
        Mar. 04, 2003

        De Cost Smith (1864-1939)

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Indian Warrior signed, dated and inscribed with artist's symbol '/c De Cost Smith/1903' (lower right) oil on canvas 241/4 x 18 in. (61.6 x 45.7 cm.) PROVENANCE All of Us Americans' Folk Art, Bethesda, Maryland.

        Christie's
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