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Naval painter, b. 1857 - d. 1935

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    • STOCKFLETH, JULIUS. 1857 - WYK AUF FÖHR - 1935. THE OLD SPA HOUSE WYK AUF FÖHR. 1883. PEN-AND-INK,
      Apr. 01, 2023

      STOCKFLETH, JULIUS. 1857 - WYK AUF FÖHR - 1935. THE OLD SPA HOUSE WYK AUF FÖHR. 1883. PEN-AND-INK,

      Est: -

      Stockfleth, Julius. 1857 - Wyk auf Föhr - 1935. The old spa house Wyk auf Föhr. 1883. pen-and-ink, watercolor and gouache/paper, signed, inscribed a. dated J. Stockfleth in pen and ink lower right. Wyk. 1883, framed under passepartout behind glass 39 x 50 cm, passepartout Aussch. 26 x 38 cm, unopened. Stockfleth, Julius. 1857 - Wyk auf Föhr - 1935. Das alte Kurhaus Wyk auf Föhr. 1883. Feder, Aquarell und Gouache/Papier, u. re. mit Feder sign., bez. u. dat. J. Stockfleth. Wyk. 1883, unter Pp. hinter Glas ger. 39 x 50 cm, Pp.-Aussch. 26 x 38 cm, ungeöffn.

      Historia Auctionata
    • Stockfleth, Julius: Bauernkaten in Wyk auf Föhr
      Jun. 10, 2021

      Stockfleth, Julius: Bauernkaten in Wyk auf Föhr

      Est: €1,200 - €1,500

      Bauernkaten in Wyk auf Föhr. Öl auf Leinwand. 30,5 x 40,5 cm. Unten rechts signiert und datiert "J. Stockfleth. Wyk-Föhr 1921". - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

      Galerie Bassenge
    • Stockfleth - Stadthaus in Wyk/Föhr
      Nov. 21, 2020

      Stockfleth - Stadthaus in Wyk/Föhr

      Est: €640 - €800

      Stockfleth, Julius (Wyk/Föhr 1857 - 1935). Stadthaus in Wyk auf Föhr. 1829. Öl auf Leinwand. Signiert u. datiert. 21 x 29,5 cm. Gerahmt Stockfleth lebte mit seinen Eltern einige Zeit in Galveston in der USA. Dort erlebt er den Hurrikan des Jahres 1900, dem rund 8000 Menschen zum Opferfielen, auch zahlreiche Mitglieder der Familie des Künstlers. 1907 kehrte Stockfleth mit seiner Schwester Leonie Wilson nach Wyk zurück, wo er fortan Motive seiner Heimat malte.- Weißes, giebelständiges Stadthaus mit grauem Dach, davor zwei hohe, den Giebel etwas verdeckende Bäume. Zur Rechten des Hauses üppiges Grün hinter einem kurzen weißen Lattenzaun, das ein weiteres niedrigeres Gebäude verdeckt.- Beiligend: Alte Orig.-Fotopostkarte des dargestellten Hauses.- Etwas angestaubt, mittig am Baumstamm Farbabplatzer durch Druckstelle.- .

      Auktionshaus Schramm
    • Stockfleth, Julius
      Oct. 10, 2020

      Stockfleth, Julius

      Est: €400 - €600

      (1857 Wyk auf Föhr 1935). Dorfstraße in Niblum auf der Insel Föhr. Öl auf Holz. 1927. 21,5 x 31,5 cm. Unt. re. sign. u. dat. Gerahmt.

      Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
    • Stockfleth, Julius. 1857 - Wyk
      Sep. 26, 2020

      Stockfleth, Julius. 1857 - Wyk

      Est: -

      Stockfleth, Julius. 1857 - Wyk auf Föhr - 1935. Frau am Weg in Föhrer Tracht. Öl/Lwd., u. re. sign. u. dat. J. Stockfleth Wyk a. Föhr 1916, 29 x 21 cm, äußerst min. Farbabplatzer im Himmel, ger. 39,5 x 31,5 cm.- Typisch für die Föhrer Alltags-Tracht ist das Tuch, das über die Schultern gelegt, vor der Brust gekreuzt und am unteren Rücken zusammengebunden wird.

      Bolland-Marotz
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Das liebe Elternhaus.," WYK AUF FÖHR, 1924,
      Sep. 20, 2020

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Das liebe Elternhaus.," WYK AUF FÖHR, 1924,

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Das liebe Elternhaus.," WYK AUF FÖHR, 1924, oil on canvas, signed, placed and dated L/R, titled at center. 13" x 18 1/2" Note: The title translating to, "My loving Parents' Home.," is of typical Frisian style with a thatched roof and a small side building. The side of the building painted with the date 1796. Julius Stockfleth returned to Germany in 1907 after living in Galveston, Texas. He remained in Wyk Auf Föhr for the remainder of his life. Provenance: Property of a Texas Gentleman, Houston, Texas.

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
    • Julius STOCKFLETH (1857-1935) "Dorfteich mit Häusern auf Insel Föhr"
      Jul. 18, 2020

      Julius STOCKFLETH (1857-1935) "Dorfteich mit Häusern auf Insel Föhr"

      Est: -

      Julius STOCKFLETH (1857-1935) "Dorfteich mit Häusern auf Insel Föhr", Öl/Leinen, MG 25x20 cm, gerahmt, RG 33x28 cm

      Auktionshalle Cuxhaven
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "View of Galveston from Pelican Island," 1907,
      Feb. 16, 2020

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "View of Galveston from Pelican Island," 1907,

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "View of Galveston from Pelican Island," 1907, oil on canvas mounted to board, signed, placed and dated L/R, "J. Stockfleth, Galveston, 1907." 23 3/4" x 50" Note: A sweeping panorama view south from Pelican Island of steamboats, trawlers, tugboats moving through the Port of Galveston in a serene seascape; the skyline of the Strand sprouts in the background. The W. L. Moody Co. Building in view at left was constructed in 1884. Cumulus clouds blow in north of the Gulf Coast.Julius Stockfleth was born on January 29. 1857 in Wyk auf Föhr in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.  Stockfleth’s early artistic training began where he apprenticed to a local painter in Wyk. He emigrated to the United States in 1883, making a home in Galveston in 1885. No previous artist left as complete a picture of Galveston and western Gulf Coast shipping as did Stockfleth. Of particular historical interest was the series of paintings, some of which survive only in postcard reproductions that documented the hurricane of September 8, 1900, which devastated Galveston and took more than 6,000 lives. Stockfleth continued to paint scenes of Galveston at the turn of the century. His are the only known contemporary paintings of Galveston before, during, and after the hurricane and the subsequent rebuilding. Altogether, Stockfleth left some 200 paintings of Texas subjects painted in a naïve realist style.He returned to Germany in 1907, living in Wyk painting local scenes until his death. His paintings, drawings, and watercolors can be found in private collections and museums worldwide.This painting was painted during the last year that Stockfleth lived in Texas before returning to Germany. The size of the painting and attention to detail pronounce the importance of Galveston Harbor as a bustling shipping port. The tug boat in the middle foreground shown hauling barges of cotton almost as a tribute to the W.L. Moody and Co. whose name is displayed prominently on the building to the left side of the wharf.Moody's business activities centered on his cotton and banking interests in Galveston under the auspices of his firm, W. L. Moody and Company. The firm handled a substantial portion of the cotton business in Texas. In 1894 it built the first dockside cotton compress in Texas.By 1899 Galveston was the world's foremost cotton port and the fifth most important port in the United States. Innovative ideas like the high-density compression of cotton developed at Galveston kept the wharves competitive. In 1900 exports from Galveston were valued at more than $85 million. The present painting is newly discovered and one of the most comprehensive compositions of Galveston's importance as a seaport and will be included in the upcoming catalogue raisonné of works by Julius Stocklfleth, currently compiled by William Simpson, Sr. A related painting of similar subject and date is illustrated in the 1976 book "Julius Stockfleth; Gulf Coast Marine and Landscape Painter" by James Patrick McGuire on page 40, illustration #12 - noted as part of the collection of the  Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Texas.  Provenance: Property donated and sold to benefit the Makaha Community Center of Hawaii - dedicated to improving the lives of local homeless and underprivileged children.

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH, SELF PORTRAIT, OIL ON CANVAS, 30 X 23CM
      Aug. 17, 2017

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH, SELF PORTRAIT, OIL ON CANVAS, 30 X 23CM

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH, SELF PORTRAIT, OIL ON CANVAS, 30 X 23CM

      Leonard Joel
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "City Hall Galveston 1866,"
      Jun. 11, 2017

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "City Hall Galveston 1866,"

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "City Hall Galveston 1866," watercolor on paper, signed L/R. 5 1/4" x 7 3/4".

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Canal and Bridge 23rd and Q 1908,"
      Jun. 11, 2017

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Canal and Bridge 23rd and Q 1908,"

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Canal and Bridge 23rd and Q 1908," watercolor on paper, signed L/R. 6 1/2" x 10 1/4".

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
    • Julius Stockfleth. 1857 - Wyk auf Föhr - 1935.
      Jun. 26, 2016

      Julius Stockfleth. 1857 - Wyk auf Föhr - 1935.

      Est: -

      {Julius Stockfleth. 1857 - Wyk auf Föhr - 1935.} Sign. und 1919 dat. Rs. bet. "Hallig Langeneß Peterswerft" (Peterswarf). Öl/Lwd. 21 x 28 cm. R

      Auktionshaus Michael Zeller
    • Julius Stockfleth, 1857-1935, View from Wyk auf Foehr
      Nov. 28, 2015

      Julius Stockfleth, 1857-1935, View from Wyk auf Foehr

      Est: €300 - €600

      Julius Stockfleth, 1857-1935, View from Wyk auf Foehr, oil / canvas, signed lower right, about 26x21cm, frame,#painting/picture/image/old/art/fine/century . German Description: Julius Stockfleth, 1857-1935, Ansicht aus Wyk auf Föhr, Öl/Lwd, rechts unten signiert, ca. 26x21cm, Rahmen

      Henry's Auktionshaus
    • The Bookshop Kirsten Müller in Wyk on the Island Föhr
      Apr. 25, 2015

      The Bookshop Kirsten Müller in Wyk on the Island Föhr

      Est: €500 - €600

      Julius Stockfleth Wyk/Föhr 1857 - Wyk/Föhr 1935 Oil/canvas, 42 x 51 cm, lo. ri. sign. a. dat. J. Stockfleth 1911 as well as inscribed Wyk a. Föhr. - Landscape a. figure painter from Föhr.In 1898 he emigrated to the Galveston in Texas where he sold his paintings mainly to mariners. Back in Föhr since 1907 he painted subjects from his home island.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Woman in Dress of the Island Föhr
      Nov. 29, 2014

      Woman in Dress of the Island Föhr

      Est: €1,000 - €1,200

      Julius Stockfleth, Wyk/Föhr 1857 - Wyk/Föhr 1935 Woman in Dress of the Island Föhr, Oil/canvas, 39,5 x 31,5 cm, lo. ri. sign. a. dat. J. Stockfleth Wyk Föhr 1908. - Landscape a. figure painter from Föhr.In 1898 he emigrated to the Galveston in Texas where he sold his paintings mainly to mariners. Back in Föhr since 1907 he painted subjects from his home island.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • attributed to JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "House With Picket Fence,"
      Jul. 13, 2014

      attributed to JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "House With Picket Fence,"

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      attributed to JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "House With Picket Fence," oil on canvas. 16" x 24" Framed.

      Houston Auction Company
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A
      Sep. 28, 2013

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A

      Est: $1,250 - $1,500

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Waters House, 1116 Church St., Galveston,"JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A PAINTING, "Waters House, 1116 Church St., Galveston,"watercolor on paper, signed L/R. 10" x 14". Framed. This watercolor will be in the upcoming catalogue raisonné by William Ray Simpson.

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
    • Julius Stockfleth
      Sep. 16, 2012

      Julius Stockfleth

      Est: - €2,300

      Julius Stockfleth (1856 Wyk/Föhr - 1935 ebenda) Nordfriesische Insel mit Gehöften auf einer Hallig...

      Kunstauktionshaus Schloss Ahlden
    • Julius Stockfleth Wyk/Föhr 1857-1935. A portrait
      Sep. 13, 2008

      Julius Stockfleth Wyk/Föhr 1857-1935. A portrait

      Est: - €1,500

      Julius Stockfleth Wyk/Föhr 1857-1935. A portrait of the ship Jonge Anna Dorotea Oil/canvas, 60 x 75 cm, sign. lo. ri. and dat. Julius Stockfleth Wyk a. Föhr 1924, dam.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (1857-1935)
      Dec. 02, 2006

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (1857-1935)

      Est: $2,500 - $5,000

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (1857-1935) Wyk Fohr, 1922 Oil on canvas 8.25in. x 11.75in. Signed, dated, and titled lower right Julius Stockfleth immigrated with his parents to the United States in 1883 and settled in Galveston, Texas, two years later. For the two decades he was in Texas, Stockfleth produced a valuable record of early Galveston. His most important contribution were his portraits of ships passing through Texas and his record of the Galveston hurricane of 1900. His paintings are naive in style, but possess bright and clear detail. In 1907, he returned to Germany where he lived out his life. This painting, dated 1922, is of his hometown birthplace, Wyk Fohr, on the German coast of the North Sea.

      Heritage Auctions
    • Julius Stockfleth (German/Texas 1857-1935). A Painting, "SS Orizaba" oil on canvas. Signed, Inscribed: J. Stockfleth Galveston, 20in x 30in, framed. Stamp on reverse "Purdy's Book Store, Galveston." Will be included in the Catalogue Raisonne written
      Mar. 03, 2006

      Julius Stockfleth (German/Texas 1857-1935). A Painting, "SS Orizaba" oil on canvas. Signed, Inscribed: J. Stockfleth Galveston, 20in x 30in, framed. Stamp on reverse "Purdy's Book Store, Galveston." Will be included in the Catalogue Raisonne written

      Est: -

      Julius Stockfleth (German/Texas 1857-1935). A Painting, "SS Orizaba" oil on canvas. Signed, Inscribed: J. Stockfleth Galveston, 20in x 30in, framed. Stamp on reverse "Purdy's Book Store, Galveston." Will be included in the Catalogue Raisonne written by William Ray Simpson. SS ORIZABA: Wooden side-wheeled steamer, built by Jacob A. Westervelt and Company New York (January 14, 1854), for the New York-New Orleans- Vera Cruz line of Morgan and Harris. The ship often stopped in Galveston for supplies and mail. At this point the painting was commissioned around the turn of the century. The ship went down in 1905 off the Coast of Australia. Provenance: Purchased by William Simpson Sr. from a private estate in Galveston in 1978. Courtesy of Simpson Galleries, Houston. Consigned Lot

      Heritage Auctions
    • JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A painting, Hallig Scenery, oil on canvas, signed. 19in. x 27.5in. Framed.
      Sep. 11, 2005

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A painting, Hallig Scenery, oil on canvas, signed. 19in. x 27.5in. Framed.

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      JULIUS STOCKFLETH (American/Texas 1857-1935) A painting, Hallig Scenery, oil on canvas, signed. 19in. x 27.5in. Framed.

      Simpson Galleries, LLC
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