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        • ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Feb. 11, 2024

          ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,300 - $1,600

          ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) TITLE: Sunset Seascape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. Few small scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 24 x 33 inches / 60 x 83 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 39 inches / 73 x 99 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123604 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end.He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others.His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum.In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf.Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone, Pencil Drawing of Woman
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Don Stone, Pencil Drawing of Woman

          Est: $200 - $300

          Don Stone (American, 1929-2015), pencil drawing of a woman, signed L/L, 6 3/4" x 5", framed 13 1/2" x 13". Provenance: Swampscott, Massachusetts collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929- 2015), “Cradled”, depicting a beached boat., Watercolor on paper, 16” x 27” sight. Framed 27.5” x 38.5”.
          Jan. 26, 2024

          DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929- 2015), “Cradled”, depicting a beached boat., Watercolor on paper, 16” x 27” sight. Framed 27.5” x 38.5”.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          DON STONE Maine/New Hampshire, 1929- 2015 "Cradled", depicting a beached boat. Signed lower right "Don Stone". Titled on gallery stamp verso.

          Eldred's
        • Donald Stone (1929-2015), "Fresh Paint," 2004, Oil on canvas laid to board, 10" H x 12" W
          Jan. 23, 2024

          Donald Stone (1929-2015), "Fresh Paint," 2004, Oil on canvas laid to board, 10" H x 12" W

          Est: $500 - $700

          Donald Stone (1929-2015) "Fresh Paint," 2004 Oil on canvas laid to board Signed lower left: Donald Stone, NA; titled and dated on a gallery label affixed to the frame, verso

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Don Stone (1929 - 2015) American
          Jan. 11, 2024

          Don Stone (1929 - 2015) American

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Don Stone (1929 - 2015) Waterolor on paper, Signed Lower Left, measures ( x inches) w/frame ( x inches) He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.

          Cutler Bay Auctions
        • Don Stone (1928-2015) watercolor marine scene with fishing boats, 20.5 by 2
          Jan. 06, 2024

          Don Stone (1928-2015) watercolor marine scene with fishing boats, 20.5 by 2

          Est: $300 - $500

          Don Stone (1928-2015) watercolor marine scene with fishing boats, 20.5 by 28 inches, signed lower left, "Don Stone," framed. Condition: Very good

          Blackwood March Auctioneers
        • ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Nov. 12, 2023

          ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,350 - $1,700

          ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) TITLE: Sunset Seascape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. Few small scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 24 x 33 inches / 60 x 83 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 39 inches / 73 x 99 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123604 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end.He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others.His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum.In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf.Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)
          Nov. 12, 2023

          DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)

          Est: $200 - $400

          Miniature View of Portland, ME from South Portland; watercolor/gouache on paper, signed lower left, in gold molded frame with linen mat under glass, OS: 11" x 13", SS: 4" x 5".

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • Carved American Eagle Moose Antler Sculpture by Don Stone
          Oct. 27, 2023

          Carved American Eagle Moose Antler Sculpture by Don Stone

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          American, 20th century. An American Eagle carved moose antler sculpture by Don Stone, 4 carved antlers in the shape of American Eagles flying in spiral form, rising on a Lazy Susan base; ht. 64, wd. 24, dp. 24 inches. Overall very good condition. Signed on lowest antler and date 1992.

          Lewis & Grant Auctions
        • ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Aug. 20, 2023

          ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,350 - $1,700

          ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) TITLE: Sunset Seascape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. Few small scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 24 x 33 inches / 60 x 83 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 39 inches / 73 x 99 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123604 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end.He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others.His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum.In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf.Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone (1929 - 2015) American
          Aug. 08, 2023

          Don Stone (1929 - 2015) American

          Est: $700 - $1,200

          Don Stone (1929 - 2015) , Watercolor on paper , Signed , measures 7 x 10 inches ( with frame 12 .5 x 15.5 ) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.

          Cutler Bay Auctions
        • DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929- 2015), “Cradled”, depicting a beached boat., Watercolor on paper, 16” x 27” sight. Framed 27.5” x 38.5”.
          Jul. 28, 2023

          DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929- 2015), “Cradled”, depicting a beached boat., Watercolor on paper, 16” x 27” sight. Framed 27.5” x 38.5”.

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          DON STONE Maine/New Hampshire, 1929- 2015 "Cradled", depicting a beached boat. Signed lower right "Don Stone". Titled on gallery stamp verso.

          Eldred's
        • DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)
          Jul. 07, 2023

          DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)

          Est: $600 - $800

          Miniature View of Portland, Maine from South Portland; watercolor/gouache on paper, signed lower left, in gold molded frame with linen mat under glass, OS: 11" x 13", SS: 4" x 5".

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), Portrait of a woman in profile., Tempera, 7.5” x 9.25” sight. Framed 14” x 16”.
          Jul. 06, 2023

          DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), Portrait of a woman in profile., Tempera, 7.5” x 9.25” sight. Framed 14” x 16”.

          Est: $700 - $900

          DON STONE Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015 Portrait of a woman in profile. Signed lower right "Don Stone". Label verso for Whistler's Daughter Art Gallery.

          Eldred's
        • DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), "Lobsterman - Monhegan Island"., Gouache on paper, 16.25” x 13.5” sight. Framed 23.5" x 20.15".
          Jun. 14, 2023

          DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), "Lobsterman - Monhegan Island"., Gouache on paper, 16.25” x 13.5” sight. Framed 23.5" x 20.15".

          Est: $300 - $500

          DON STONE Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015 "Lobsterman - Monhegan Island". Signed lower right "Don Stone".

          Eldred's
        • Don Stone ( 1929-2015)oil on board marine scene, 1
          May. 20, 2023

          Don Stone ( 1929-2015)oil on board marine scene, 1

          Est: $400 - $600

          Don Stone ( 1929-2015)oil on board marine scene, 12 by 16 inches, signed lower left, "Don Stone," framed. Condition: Very good

          Blackwood March Auctioneers
        • Don Stone's "Nana's Boy" Limited Edition Print
          May. 20, 2023

          Don Stone's "Nana's Boy" Limited Edition Print

          Est: $40 - $50

          Don Stone's "Nana's Boy" circa 1974, limited edition print on paper, signed lower right, and dated lower left, from the Franklin Mint. This piece is of a boy holding the rope of a sleigh, in the middle of winter. This piece is in mint condition, has been professionally matted, and comes in its original folder.

          Oakwood Auctions
        • ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          May. 14, 2023

          ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,400 - $1,800

          ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) TITLE: Sunset Seascape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. Few small scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 24 x 33 inches / 60 x 83 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 39 inches / 73 x 99 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123604 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end.He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others.His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum.In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf.Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone, Monhegan Island 1988, Oil on Canvas
          Apr. 30, 2023

          Don Stone, Monhegan Island 1988, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $300 - $500

          Don Stone (American, 1929-2015), Monhegan Island 1988, oil on canvas, signed L/L, titled and dated verso, 11" x 14", framed 18" x 21". Provenance: Letter of provenance verso, signed by artist; Peabody, Massachusetts collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), “Off Whitehead.”, Watercolor on paper, 3.75” x 5” sight. Framed 12” x 14”.
          Apr. 20, 2023

          DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), “Off Whitehead.”, Watercolor on paper, 3.75” x 5” sight. Framed 12” x 14”.

          Est: $300 - $500

          DON STONE Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015 "Off Whitehead." Signed lower left "Don Stone". Titled verso.

          Eldred's
        • DON STONE PRINT OF CHILD WITH SLED SIGNED DATED
          Mar. 03, 2023

          DON STONE PRINT OF CHILD WITH SLED SIGNED DATED

          Est: $40 - $80

          DON STONE PRINT OF CHILD WITH SLED SIGNED DATED 25 1/4" X 32" Shipping: Shipping and handling in the continental US will cost $64.56 - $119.74, depending on your location. Local pickup is always free! Please schedule on our website! Image Text Image 1: Image 2: Image 3: Image 4: Image 5: "Nana's Boy" by Don Stone "Nana's Boy" by Don Stone Photographs are considered part of the description and condition and supersede all written descriptions. Converse does not authenticate or guarantee authenticity. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email or by telephone. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Converse Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Online bidding for this auction is on Bidsquare, Invaluable, LiveAuctioneers, HiBid and ConverseAuctions. Please note that Converse Auctions is using multiple online bidding platforms for this auction, as well as offering phone, in-house absentee, and live bidding. When watching the auction online live, please understand that 'floor' or 'competitive' bid simply means a bid taken from outside of the platform the bidder is currently on. Please also note that notifications of 'high bid' only pertain to the platform you are on and do not take into account live, absentee, phone, or other online bids. In the event of a tie in bids submitted, the bids will be accepted in the order they were placed. If a customer has placed a maximum higher than your bid, they will be the winning bidder. In this instance you will be told you are losing the lot while the auction is in progress and have the opportunity to place a higher bid. Other customers’ maximum bids will never be disclosed to you.

          Converse Auctions
        • Don Stone, Pencil Drawing of Woman
          Mar. 03, 2023

          Don Stone, Pencil Drawing of Woman

          Est: $300 - $500

          Don Stone (American, 1929-2015), pencil drawing of a woman, signed L/L, 6 3/4" x 5", framed 13 1/2" x 13". Provenance: Swampscott, Massachusetts collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Feb. 12, 2023

          ATTRIB Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,400 - $1,800

          ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) TITLE: Sunset Seascape MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. Few small scattered inpaitings. ART SIZE: 24 x 33 inches / 60 x 83 cm FRAME SIZE: 29 x 39 inches / 73 x 99 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 123604 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end.He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun.In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others.His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum.In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf.Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Feb. 12, 2023

          Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,500 - $1,900

          ARTIST: Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) NAME: Rockport Harbor Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Paul Strisik NA AWS, Emile Albert Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Franklin Pierce, Bruce Robert Bruce Crane, George McConnell, John Enser, George Henry Hirst Bogert, George Howell Gay, William Louis Sonntag Sr, Vernon Broe, Francis Augustus Silva, Edward Henry Potthast, Walter Lofthouse Dean, George M Hathaway CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116464 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun. In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others. His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum. In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf. Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone, Pencil Drawing of Woman
          Jan. 07, 2023

          Don Stone, Pencil Drawing of Woman

          Est: $300 - $500

          Don Stone (American, 1929-2015), pencil drawing of a woman, signed L/L, 6 3/4" x 5", framed 13 1/2" x 13". Provenance: Swampscott, Massachusetts collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor, "Milkweed,"4 by…
          Dec. 03, 2022

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor, "Milkweed,"4 by…

          Est: $200 - $400

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor, "Milkweed,"4 by 5 inches, signed lower left "Don Stone," framed. Condition: Very good.

          Blackwood March Auctioneers
        • Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marsh scene, 4 b…
          Dec. 03, 2022

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marsh scene, 4 b…

          Est: $200 - $300

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marsh scene, 4 by 5 inches, signed lower left, "Don Stone," framed. Condition: Very good, stained mat.

          Blackwood March Auctioneers
        • Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marine scene wit…
          Dec. 03, 2022

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marine scene wit…

          Est: $300 - $600

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marine scene with fishing boat, 20 by 29 inches, signed lower left, "Don Stone," framed. Condition: Very good.

          Blackwood March Auctioneers
        • Don Stone's "Nana's Boy" Limited Edition Print
          Nov. 25, 2022

          Don Stone's "Nana's Boy" Limited Edition Print

          Est: $125 - $150

          Don Stone's "Nana's Boy" circa 1974, limited edition print on paper, signed lower right, and dated lower left, from the Franklin Mint. This piece is of a boy holding the rope of a sleigh, in the middle of winter. This piece is in mint condition, has been professionally matted, and comes in its original folder.

          Oakwood Auctions
        • DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), Boats and nets., Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 33" x 44".
          Nov. 18, 2022

          DON STONE (Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015), Boats and nets., Oil on canvas, 24" x 36". Framed 33" x 44".

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          DON STONE Maine/New Hampshire, 1929-2015 Boats and nets. Signed lower left "Don Stone NA".

          Eldred's
        • Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Nov. 13, 2022

          Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,600 - $2,000

          ARTIST: Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) NAME: Rockport Harbor Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Paul Strisik NA AWS, Emile Albert Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Franklin Pierce, Bruce Robert Bruce Crane, George McConnell, John Enser, George Henry Hirst Bogert, George Howell Gay, William Louis Sonntag Sr, Vernon Broe, Francis Augustus Silva, Edward Henry Potthast, Walter Lofthouse Dean, George M Hathaway CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116464 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun. In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others. His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum. In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf. Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone, (American, 1929-2015, ME/NH Artist), "Turbulent Surf", oil on canvas, signed Don Stone, mounted in custom Arts and Crafts...
          Oct. 10, 2022

          Don Stone, (American, 1929-2015, ME/NH Artist), "Turbulent Surf", oil on canvas, signed Don Stone, mounted in custom Arts and Crafts...

          Est: $300 - $600

          Don Stone, (American, 1929-2015, ME/NH Artist), "Turbulent Surf", oil on canvas, signed Don Stone, mounted in custom Arts and Crafts style carved gilt frame, 16" x 20", framed 22-3/4", very good condition

          William Bunch Auctions & Appraisals
        • Don Quixote Stone Bookends
          Oct. 07, 2022

          Don Quixote Stone Bookends

          Est: $5 - $150

          Good condition overall

          Plain City Auction
        • Donald Stone (1929 - 2015) Boy with Sled in the Snow.
          Oct. 01, 2022

          Donald Stone (1929 - 2015) Boy with Sled in the Snow.

          Est: $60 - $80

          Pencil signed Giclee print. 16 x 23 inches sight. Framed, 25 x 31 inches.

          Casco Bay Auctions
        • DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)
          Aug. 28, 2022

          DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          "Dungaree Jacket", watercolor on paper, signed lower left, titled on label verso, in mahogany molded frame with black liner, linen mat, glazed, OS: 33 1/2" x 26 1/2", SS: 20 3/4" x 13 3/4", good condition.

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Aug. 21, 2022

          Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,600 - $2,100

          ARTIST: Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) NAME: Rockport Harbor Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Paul Strisik NA AWS, Emile Albert Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Franklin Pierce, Bruce Robert Bruce Crane, George McConnell, John Enser, George Henry Hirst Bogert, George Howell Gay, William Louis Sonntag Sr, Vernon Broe, Francis Augustus Silva, Edward Henry Potthast, Walter Lofthouse Dean, George M Hathaway CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116464 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun. In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others. His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum. In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf. Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marine scene with…
          Jul. 19, 2022

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marine scene with…

          Est: $600 - $1,000

          Don Stone (1929-2015) watercolor marine scene with fishing boat, 20 by 29 inches, signed lower left, "Don Stone," framed. Condition: Very good.

          Blackwood March Auctioneers
        • Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          May. 08, 2022

          Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,700 - $2,200

          ARTIST: Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) NAME: Rockport Harbor Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Paul Strisik NA AWS, Emile Albert Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Franklin Pierce, Bruce Robert Bruce Crane, George McConnell, John Enser, George Henry Hirst Bogert, George Howell Gay, William Louis Sonntag Sr, Vernon Broe, Francis Augustus Silva, Edward Henry Potthast, Walter Lofthouse Dean, George M Hathaway CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116464 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun. In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others. His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum. In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf. Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929=2015)
          Feb. 27, 2022

          DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929=2015)

          Est: $750 - $1,000

          A Busy Fishing Pier, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, in wormy chestnut panel frame, raised white liner, under non-glare glass, OS: 16" x 27 1/2", SS: 9 1/2" x 21", good condition.

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Feb. 06, 2022

          Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,800 - $2,300

          ARTIST: Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) NAME: Rockport Harbor Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Paul Strisik NA AWS, Emile Albert Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Franklin Pierce, Bruce Robert Bruce Crane, George McConnell, John Enser, George Henry Hirst Bogert, George Howell Gay, William Louis Sonntag Sr, Vernon Broe, Francis Augustus Silva, Edward Henry Potthast, Walter Lofthouse Dean, George M Hathaway CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116464 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun. In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others. His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum. In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf. Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone (1929 - 2015) American
          Feb. 02, 2022

          Don Stone (1929 - 2015) American

          Est: - $1,500

          Don Stone (1929 - 2015) Watercolor / Paper Signed ,measures 21" x 14"

          Cutler Bay Auctions
        • DON STONE, American (1929-2015), Crashing Waves, oil on canvas, 10 x 14 inches
          Jan. 20, 2022

          DON STONE, American (1929-2015), Crashing Waves, oil on canvas, 10 x 14 inches

          Est: $500 - $700

          DON STONE American, (1929-2015) Crashing Waves oil on canvas signed lower left "Don Stone"

          Shannon's
        • DON STONE, American (1929-2015), "Incoming Wave", oil on canvas, 10 x 14 inches
          Jan. 20, 2022

          DON STONE, American (1929-2015), "Incoming Wave", oil on canvas, 10 x 14 inches

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          DON STONE American, (1929-2015) "Incoming Wave" oil on canvas signed lower left "Don Stone A.N.A."

          Shannon's
        • DON STONE TEMPERA ON BOARD, FOX RUN ORCHARD.
          Nov. 20, 2021

          DON STONE TEMPERA ON BOARD, FOX RUN ORCHARD.

          Est: $600 - $900

          A large painting on board depicting a late fall/early winter mud rutted hillside and an early melting snow. Image 30” x 36” Overall 36” x 42”.

          William Smith Auctions
        • Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting
          Nov. 14, 2021

          Don Stone (ME,NH,1929-2015) oil painting

          Est: $1,900 - $2,500

          ARTIST: Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) NAME: Rockport Harbor Scene MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 20 x 24 inches / 50 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Paul Strisik NA AWS, Emile Albert Gruppe, Paul Strisik, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Franklin Pierce, Bruce Robert Bruce Crane, George McConnell, John Enser, George Henry Hirst Bogert, George Howell Gay, William Louis Sonntag Sr, Vernon Broe, Francis Augustus Silva, Edward Henry Potthast, Walter Lofthouse Dean, George M Hathaway CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116464 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Don Stone (Maine, New Hampshire, 1929 - 2015) Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone died peacefully at Exeter Hospital on Thursday, March 12, 2015, after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his family, and maintained his humor and wit to the very end. He was born March 27, 1929, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Hester Bell and Arthur Dimick Stone. After graduating from Gloucester High School and Vesper George School Of Art, he was drafted into the Navy, where he served as a Gunnery Yeoman on a destroyer. While there, he painted portraits of the ship's officers. His painting of the ship in battle hung in the officer's quarters. After the Navy, he returned to teach at Vesper George and the New England School of Art, and he was a commercial artist and cartoonist at the Boston Post and the Lowell Sun. In the early 1950s, he realized that he wanted to be a fine artist. In 1954, he was invited by fellow artist Paul Strisik to go on a painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine. He fell in love with the island and spent the rest of his life painting this beautiful place and the people who lived there. For 40 years he conducted painting workshops on Monhegan, which were enormously popular because of his remarkable knowledge of painting and his unique sense of humor. He considered Monhegan his true home. Don was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In addition, he was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, Hudson Valley Art Association, Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), North Shore Art Association and others. His work was exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Portland (Maine) Museum of Art and Cape Ann Museum. In addition to his love of art, Don had a lifelong love of music. He was a well-known banjo player and performed with the Gloucester group Loblolly Five. He also played fiddle and especially mandolin. He was an avid sports fan who played hockey and golf in his earlier years and later in life enjoyed watching the Bruins and professional golf. Don is survived by his beloved wife Sarah; children Sandra Akers, Pamela Stone and her husband Steve Congdon, Phil Stone and wife Annie, and Caleb Stone and his partner Lis Costa; step-daughters Elizabeth Guffey and Katherine Guffey and her husband Jim Sauve; grandchildren Michael & Marabah Akers, Trevor, Natalie and Carter Stone, Nicholas and Devin Congdon, Jacob and Isaac Stone, and Bethany Sauve; and his cat, Norton. Memorial gatherings will be held later this year at locations and on dates to be determined.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Don Stone, NA (American, 1929–2015) "Fisherman at Fish Beach, Mohhegan"
          Nov. 05, 2021

          Don Stone, NA (American, 1929–2015) "Fisherman at Fish Beach, Mohhegan"

          Est: $500 - $800

          Oil on artist board. Signed 'Don Stone NA' (lower right).

          Cottone Auctions
        • Don Stone (American/Maine, 1929-2015)
          Oct. 06, 2021

          Don Stone (American/Maine, 1929-2015)

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          Don Stone (American/Maine, 1929-2015) , "Cape Hedge Study", 1969, watercolor on paper, signed lower right, 2 partial sketches en verso, "Adelson Galleries, Inc., Boston" label with artist, title and date on backing paper, 15 in. x 20 1/4 in., framed Provenance: Property of the Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL, sold to benefit their Collections, Care and Acquisitions Fund. Condition: Overall good condition. Ext. Frame: 26 in. x 33 in. x 2 in

          Neal Auction Company
        • DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)
          Aug. 29, 2021

          DON STONE (ME/NH, 1929-2015)

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          "Eiders", egg tempera on hardboard, signed lower right, depicting a bundled up woman standing in deep beach snow at crashing surf, looking out over a rough sea, housed in a silver leaf molded panel frame with linen liner, OS: 31" x 43", SS: 23 1/4" x 35 1/4".

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
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