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      • Shirley Smith Horse Hair Ceramic Bear & Wolf
        Jun. 24, 2023

        Shirley Smith Horse Hair Ceramic Bear & Wolf

        Est: -

        Chipping Present To Bears Back & Wolfs Nose/ Ear, Signed On Bottoms, Tallest Measuring Approximately 9.5 Inches Tall. Nr30002 Js

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Shirley Smith b.1929 Native Woman Bronze Sculpture
        Jul. 28, 2021

        Shirley Smith b.1929 Native Woman Bronze Sculpture

        Est: $100 - $1,000

        Shirley Smith (American, born 1929). Limited edition bronze figurine statue. Depicts seated Native American Indian woman. Artist signature, date 1986 and numbers 34/38 on lower back side, with additional foundry marks. Mounted to wood plinth. Nice verdigris green finish to bronze. SHIPPING Hill Auction Gallery will offer in-house continental USA shipping for $45 plus insurance. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request. Got something to sell? Contact us at HillAuctionGallery.com.

        Hill Auction Gallery
      • Shirley Smith Signed Horsehair Floor & Votive Vase
        May. 15, 2021

        Shirley Smith Signed Horsehair Floor & Votive Vase

        Est: -

        Both Signed. Larger Pot Has Some Scratches And Scuffs. Tallest Measures Approximately 17in Tall. Bh14538 Zh

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • § Richard Shirley Smith (British 1935-)
        Sep. 17, 2020

        § Richard Shirley Smith (British 1935-)

        Est: £100 - £150

        § Richard Shirley Smith (British 1935-) Six woodcuts each signed, dated and numbered in pencil the largest measuring 7 x 11.5cm; the smallest measuring 4 x 6cm

        Cheffins
      • 5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Trinket Box
        Feb. 17, 2020

        5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Trinket Box

        Est: -

        5pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery Trinket Boxes. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are 1.75 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 4pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        4pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        4pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 5 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 4pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        4pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        4pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 7.5 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 4pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        4pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        4pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 5 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        5pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 5 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        5pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 5 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        5pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 6 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • 5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery
        Feb. 17, 2020

        5pc Navajo Shirley Smith Horsehair Pottery

        Est: -

        5pc Navajo Native American Shirley Smith Hand Crafted Horsehair Pottery. Signed on the bottom of the pieces. Measurements are between 2.5 - 7 inches tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Keywords: Native American, Indian; Ref: BD1015

        Bradford's
      • Shirley Smith Navajo Art Pottery Vessel
        Oct. 07, 2017

        Shirley Smith Navajo Art Pottery Vessel

        Est: -

        " Rose Tapestry " . Artist's Name Written On Bottom. Measures Approximately 14" Tall. Sh12403

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • SHIRLEY SMITH, American, Contemporary, West Boylston, MA in winter., Oil on canvas, 16" x 36". Framed 21" x 39".
        Jan. 21, 2017

        SHIRLEY SMITH, American, Contemporary, West Boylston, MA in winter., Oil on canvas, 16" x 36". Framed 21" x 39".

        Est: $150 - $250

        SHIRLEY SMITH American, Contemporary West Boylston, MA in winter. Signed lower right "Sh Smith". Oil on canvas, 16" x 36". Framed 21" x 39".

        Eldred's
      • Portrait of Shirley Jane Smith, 1935, by Elena Krylenko
        Nov. 16, 2014

        Portrait of Shirley Jane Smith, 1935, by Elena Krylenko

        Est: $3,000 - $6,000

        Portrait of Shirley Jane Smith, 1935, by Elena Krylenko Artist: Elena Krylenko; Stretcher: 21 x 17 inches = 52.5 cm x 42.5 cm (original 1935); Frame: 26.5 x 22.5 inches = 66 x 56 cm (new); Biography: EASTMAN (Krylenko), Eliena Mss. The Eastman, E. Mss., 1923-1958, consist primarily of the correspondence and writings of Eliena Vassilyenva (Krylenko) Eastman, (Mrs. Max Eastman), 1895-1956, artist, and Max Eastman, 1883-1969, author. Miss Krylenko, born in Lublin, Poland, was the daughter of a Russian government official. Her brother Nikolai was a lawyer who joined the Bolshevik Party. In 1918 she graduated from the Leningrad University law school but did not join the Party. Employed as a private secretary to Maxim Litvinov in spite of her non-Party status, Miss Krylenko and Max Eastman met at the Genoa Conference in 1922 where Eastman was a special correspondent for the New York World. They renewed their acquaintance in Russia and were married in 1924. After a sojourn in Europe among other American expatriates they returned to the United States to live in 1927. Miss Krylenko was interested in teaching dancing to children on Martha's Vineyard Island, in painting- she held several shows in New York and others in Paris and Boston--and in writing poetry which was published in The Freeman and Novy Zhurnal. In addition she taught for two years at the Walden School in New York and did translating work. The correspondence was conducted during intervals in Russia--when Miss Krylenko commented on the death of Lenin, during Eastman's lecture tours in the United States, and during trips to Europe for Reader's Digest editorial projects--when Miss Krylenko heard Alcide de Gasperi give a campaign speech in 1951. In 1929 Eastman was in England to fulfill his obligations as guardian for the children of his sister Crystal (Eastman) Fuller. At this same time he furthered the gathering of pictures for his movie in preparation entitled Tzar to Lenin, which Miss Krylenko assisted in editing, by traveling to Paris and Berlin. Some of the letters are in Russian and a few telegrams are in French, German, and Spanish. Occasionally drawings are appended to Miss Krylenko's letters: a dog, 1926, Mar. 20; cats, 1920, Feb., and 1930; a woman and dog, 1942. The writings consist chiefly of sketches derived from her personal experiences in Russia and a few poems. In 1958 Max Eastman reread the letters, made notes about them and about Eliena, and compiled a chronology of their stay in Europe for 1924-1927.<br /> <strong>Condition</strong> Perfect condition.<br /> Low Estimate: 3000;<br /> High Estimate: 6000;<br /> Style: Impressionism;<br /> Orignal: Yes;<br /> Signed: Yes;<br /> Medium: Oil Paint;<br /> Year: 1935;

        Eternity Gallery
      • Portrait of Shirley Jane Smith, 1935, by Elena Krylenko
        Nov. 17, 2013

        Portrait of Shirley Jane Smith, 1935, by Elena Krylenko

        Est: $3,000 - $6,000

        Portrait of Shirley Jane Smith, 1935, by Elena Krylenko Artist: Elena Krylenko; Stretcher: 21 x 17 inches = 52.5 cm x 42.5 cm (original 1935); Frame: 26.5 x 22.5 inches = 66 x 56 cm (new); Biography: EASTMAN (Krylenko), Eliena Mss. The Eastman, E. Mss., 1923-1958, consist primarily of the correspondence and writings of Eliena Vassilyenva (Krylenko) Eastman, (Mrs. Max Eastman), 1895-1956, artist, and Max Eastman, 1883-1969, author. Miss Krylenko, born in Lublin, Poland, was the daughter of a Russian government official. Her brother Nikolai was a lawyer who joined the Bolshevik Party. In 1918 she graduated from the Leningrad University law school but did not join the Party. Employed as a private secretary to Maxim Litvinov in spite of her non-Party status, Miss Krylenko and Max Eastman met at the Genoa Conference in 1922 where Eastman was a special correspondent for the New York World. They renewed their acquaintance in Russia and were married in 1924. After a sojourn in Europe among other American expatriates they returned to the United States to live in 1927. Miss Krylenko was interested in teaching dancing to children on Martha's Vineyard Island, in painting- she held several shows in New York and others in Paris and Boston--and in writing poetry which was published in The Freeman and Novy Zhurnal. In addition she taught for two years at the Walden School in New York and did translating work. The correspondence was conducted during intervals in Russia--when Miss Krylenko commented on the death of Lenin, during Eastman's lecture tours in the United States, and during trips to Europe for Reader's Digest editorial projects--when Miss Krylenko heard Alcide de Gasperi give a campaign speech in 1951. In 1929 Eastman was in England to fulfill his obligations as guardian for the children of his sister Crystal (Eastman) Fuller. At this same time he furthered the gathering of pictures for his movie in preparation entitled Tzar to Lenin, which Miss Krylenko assisted in editing, by traveling to Paris and Berlin. Some of the letters are in Russian and a few telegrams are in French, German, and Spanish. Occasionally drawings are appended to Miss Krylenko's letters: a dog, 1926, Mar. 20; cats, 1920, Feb., and 1930; a woman and dog, 1942. The writings consist chiefly of sketches derived from her personal experiences in Russia and a few poems. In 1958 Max Eastman reread the letters, made notes about them and about Eliena, and compiled a chronology of their stay in Europe for 1924-1927.

        Eternity Gallery
      • Shirley Thompson-Smith, (American, b. 1929), Market Place, 1985
        Nov. 14, 2013

        Shirley Thompson-Smith, (American, b. 1929), Market Place, 1985

        Est: $200 - $400

        Shirley Thompson-Smith (American, b. 1929) Market Place, 1985 glazed ceramic, 45/50 signed S. T. Smith and dated Height 11 1/2 x width 11 x depth 12 inches.

        Hindman
      • RICHARD SHIRLEY SMITH (b.1935) Nine Vignettes from
        Mar. 08, 2013

        RICHARD SHIRLEY SMITH (b.1935) Nine Vignettes from

        Est: £60 - £100

        RICHARD SHIRLEY SMITH (b.1935) Nine Vignettes from The Gourmet's Garden, 1986, 127/500, signed, numbered and dated in pencil, 7" x 5"; Michael Blaker (1928-?), Rainy Evening in Piccadilly, 26/100, signed, numbered and titled in pencil, etching, 8 1/2" x 8 3/4", two Simon Brett lithographs, and a collection of 15 further prints to include work by J Elspeth Robertson, Mable Alleyne, Anne Jope, Rosamund Jones, Miriam Macgregor, June Berry, Lawrence Josset, Sarah Van Niekerk, all unframed (19).

        Mallams
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