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Painter, b. 1906 - d. 1965

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    • Valentine Vogel (American 1906-1965) Mardi Gras New Orleans, oil on canvas, signed lower right, image size 20 x 18 inches, overall frame 25 x 22 1/2 inches
      Feb. 20, 2024

      Valentine Vogel (American 1906-1965) Mardi Gras New Orleans, oil on canvas, signed lower right, image size 20 x 18 inches, overall frame 25 x 22 1/2 inches

      Est: $300 - $600

      Valentine Vogel (American 1906-1965) Mardi Gras New Orleans, oil on canvas, signed lower right, image size 20 x 18 inches, overall frame 25 x 22 1/2 inches

      Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
    • Valentine Vogel. Floral Still Life, oil
      Jan. 27, 2024

      Valentine Vogel. Floral Still Life, oil

      Est: $600 - $800

      (American, 1906-1965). Oil on canvas, signed "Valentine Vogel" lr, 36 x 28 in., framed size: 44 1/4 x 37 inches.

      Alex Cooper
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)
      Dec. 14, 2023

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)

      Est: $100 - $300

      Valentine Vogel American (Missouri), 1906-1965 Still Life with Anemone Oil on canvas, signed lower right White windflowers in a double-handled vase against sweeping curtains, framed.

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN (MISSOURI), 1906-1965)
      Jul. 28, 2023

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN (MISSOURI), 1906-1965)

      Est: $300 - $600

      Valentine Vogel American (Missouri), 1906-1965 Still Life with Anemone Oil on canvas, signed lower right Signed lower right. White windflowers in a double-handled vase against sweeping drapery, framed.

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN (MISSOURI), 1906-1965)
      May. 12, 2023

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN (MISSOURI), 1906-1965)

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Valentine Vogel American (Missouri), 1906-1965 Still Life with Anemone Oil on canvas, signed lower right Signed lower right. White windflowers in a double-handled vase against sweeping drapery, framed.

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN (MISSOURI), 1906-1965)
      May. 12, 2023

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN (MISSOURI), 1906-1965)

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Valentine Vogel American (Missouri), 1906-1965 Still Life with Vegetables Oil on canvas, signed lower right An autumnal still life with corn, gourds, and wheat in a vase aside a black jug, framed.

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)
      Dec. 11, 2021

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965) Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1941 lower right. Large format rendering of an old one-room school house scene in a rural farming landscape. The grand dame of St. louis impressionism, she expands herself into the realm of folk art with this important work housed in a gilt Newcomb-Macklin frame. About the Artist: A portrait, landscape, figure, mural and abstract painter, as well as a wood block printer, Valentine Vogel attended Miss West's Private School in Saint Louis, Missouri, at the age of 2 1/2 and graduated from Principia High School at the age of 15, when she went to Washington University. She studied at the Art Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota; the National Academy of Design in New York City; figure painting with Richard Miller and color with Hugh Breckenridge and Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown, Massachusetts. She also studied in Paris, France with Andre Lhote at the Petit Chaumiere and the Grande Chaumiere, and in Italy, at the American Academy in Rome. She was one of a few women ever admitted to the Academy. While in Rome, she lived at the palace of Prince and Princess Valm Wolkonsky near the Academy and held a solo show of thirty paintings at the American Club in Paris. Also a gifted musician, she made her debut in Paris with a Chopin concert. While in Paris, she studied music with Serge Wexler from the Imperial School of Petrograd. Valentine Vogel returned to St. Louis, painting, teaching art and playing leads, dancing and singing in productions in St. Louis and New York City. Selected Exhibitions: Kansas City Art Museum Springfield, Illinois Art Museum St. Louis Artists Guild Art Institute of Chicago Awards: Claude Monet Medal (St. Louis Artists Guild) Bronze Medal (Kansas City Art Museum) Black and White Prize (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis Little Theatre Prize First Prize for watercolor (Springfield, Illinois Art Museum) Stix Prize for modern painting (St. Louis Artists Guild) Noonan-Kocian Prize St. Louis Art Alliance Prize numerous Honorable Mentions Murals: Crunden Library, Bellevue School, both St. Louis, Missouri; Sikeston Public Library, Sikeston, Missouri; Maryland School, Clayton, Missouri President and Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower private collections in St. Louis and the U.S. Literature: Who's Who in American Art (since age 18) Information provided by the artist's nephew, Val Vogel, Sr. and his grandson, Gregory Vogel Stretcher: 40" height, 50" width; frame: 45.75" height, 55.75" width

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)
      Dec. 11, 2021

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)

      Est: $100 - $300

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965) White chalk on toned paper, signed lower right. Well-rendered, full bodied crouched female nude study. Matted behind glass, gilt frame. About the Artist: A portrait, landscape, figure, mural and abstract painter, as well as a wood block printer, Valentine Vogel attended Miss West's Private School in Saint Louis, Missouri, at the age of 2 1/2 and graduated from Principia High School at the age of 15, when she went to Washington University. She studied at the Art Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota; the National Academy of Design in New York City; figure painting with Richard Miller and color with Hugh Breckenridge and Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown, Massachusetts. She also studied in Paris, France with Andre Lhote at the Petit Chaumiere and the Grande Chaumiere, and in Italy, at the American Academy in Rome. She was one of a few women ever admitted to the Academy. While in Rome, she lived at the palace of Prince and Princess Valm Wolkonsky near the Academy and held a solo show of thirty paintings at the American Club in Paris. Also a gifted musician, she made her debut in Paris with a Chopin concert. While in Paris, she studied music with Serge Wexler from the Imperial School of Petrograd. Valentine Vogel returned to St. Louis, painting, teaching art and playing leads, dancing and singing in productions in St. Louis and New York City. Selected Exhibitions: Kansas City Art Museum Springfield, Illinois Art Museum St. Louis Artists Guild Art Institute of Chicago Awards: Claude Monet Medal (St. Louis Artists Guild) Bronze Medal (Kansas City Art Museum) Black and White Prize (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis Little Theatre Prize First Prize for watercolor (Springfield, Illinois Art Museum) Stix Prize for modern painting (St. Louis Artists Guild) Noonan-Kocian Prize St. Louis Art Alliance Prize numerous Honorable Mentions Murals: Crunden Library, Bellevue School, both St. Louis, Missouri; Sikeston Public Library, Sikeston, Missouri; Maryland School, Clayton, Missouri President and Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower private collections in St. Louis and the U.S. Literature: Who's Who in American Art (since age 18) Information provided by the artist's nephew, Val Vogel, Sr. and his grandson, Gregory Vogel Sight: 19.5" height, 15.75" width; frame: 29.25" height, 25" width

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)
      Dec. 11, 2021

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965)

      Est: $150 - $350

      VALENTINE VOGEL (AMERICAN, 1906-1965) Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Still life, a bouquet of lilies in a handled vase aside a brass bowl. Black frame. About the Artist: A portrait, landscape, figure, mural and abstract painter, as well as a wood block printer, Valentine Vogel attended Miss West's Private School in Saint Louis, Missouri, at the age of 2 1/2 and graduated from Principia High School at the age of 15, when she went to Washington University. She studied at the Art Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota; the National Academy of Design in New York City; figure painting with Richard Miller and color with Hugh Breckenridge and Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown, Massachusetts. She also studied in Paris, France with Andre Lhote at the Petit Chaumiere and the Grande Chaumiere, and in Italy, at the American Academy in Rome. She was one of a few women ever admitted to the Academy. While in Rome, she lived at the palace of Prince and Princess Valm Wolkonsky near the Academy and held a solo show of thirty paintings at the American Club in Paris. Also a gifted musician, she made her debut in Paris with a Chopin concert. While in Paris, she studied music with Serge Wexler from the Imperial School of Petrograd. Valentine Vogel returned to St. Louis, painting, teaching art and playing leads, dancing and singing in productions in St. Louis and New York City. Selected Exhibitions: Kansas City Art Museum Springfield, Illinois Art Museum St. Louis Artists Guild Art Institute of Chicago Awards: Claude Monet Medal (St. Louis Artists Guild) Bronze Medal (Kansas City Art Museum) Black and White Prize (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis Little Theatre Prize First Prize for watercolor (Springfield, Illinois Art Museum) Stix Prize for modern painting (St. Louis Artists Guild) Noonan-Kocian Prize St. Louis Art Alliance Prize numerous Honorable Mentions Murals: Crunden Library, Bellevue School, both St. Louis, Missouri; Sikeston Public Library, Sikeston, Missouri; Maryland School, Clayton, Missouri President and Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower private collections in St. Louis and the U.S. Literature: Who's Who in American Art (since age 18) Information provided by the artist's nephew, Val Vogel, Sr. and his grandson, Gregory Vogel Sight: 29.5" height, 25.5" width; frame: 33.75" height, 39.75" width

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Ozark Hillside, oil on canvas, 24 x 34 inches
      Dec. 07, 2019

      Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Ozark Hillside, oil on canvas, 24 x 34 inches

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      signed lower right, framed.

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    • Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Untitled, space abstract, oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches
      Nov. 12, 2016

      Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Untitled, space abstract, oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches

      Est: $75 - $100

      Valentine Vogel American (1906-1965) Untitled, space abstract, oil on canvas, signed lower right, unframed. 12 x 16 inches

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    • Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Winged Woman, oil on canvas, 25 x 30 inches
      Mar. 19, 2016

      Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Winged Woman, oil on canvas, 25 x 30 inches

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Valentine Vogel American (1906-1965) Winged Woman, oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed. 25 x 30 inches

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    • Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Winter landscape, watercolor,
      Dec. 06, 2014

      Valentine Vogel, American (1906-1965), Winter landscape, watercolor,

      Est: $100 - $200

      Valentine Vogel American (1906-1965) Winter landscape, watercolor, signed lower right, framed.

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    • WINTER LANDSCAPE BY VALENTINE VOGEL (MISSOURI, 1906-1965). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Charming Midwestern farm scene in wint...
      Feb. 04, 2011

      WINTER LANDSCAPE BY VALENTINE VOGEL (MISSOURI, 1906-1965). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Charming Midwestern farm scene in wint...

      Est: $200 - $350

      WINTER LANDSCAPE BY VALENTINE VOGEL (MISSOURI, 1906-1965). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Charming Midwestern farm scene in winter. 20"h. 24"w., in a period frame, 25 1/2"h. 29 1/2"w.

      Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • WINTER LANDSCAPE BY VALENTINE VOGEL (MISSOURI, 1906-1965).
      Oct. 30, 2010

      WINTER LANDSCAPE BY VALENTINE VOGEL (MISSOURI, 1906-1965).

      Est: $300 - $500

      WINTER LANDSCAPE BY VALENTINE VOGEL (MISSOURI, 1906-1965). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Charming Midwestern farm scene in winter. 20"h. 24"w., in a period frame, 25 1/2"h. 29 1/2"w.

      Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • VALENTINE VOGEL (American 1906-1965) FLORAL STILL LIFE signed, oil on canvas, unframed 30 x 25 in.
      Oct. 01, 2004

      VALENTINE VOGEL (American 1906-1965) FLORAL STILL LIFE signed, oil on canvas, unframed 30 x 25 in.

      Est: $200 - $300

      VALENTINE VOGEL (American 1906-1965) FLORAL STILL LIFE signed, oil on canvas, unframed 30 x 25 in.

      Freeman's
    • Valentine Vogel (American, 1906-1965), "Still Life", c. 1945; oil/canvas, 30" x 25", signed. St.
      Sep. 08, 2002

      Valentine Vogel (American, 1906-1965), "Still Life", c. 1945; oil/canvas, 30" x 25", signed. St.

      Est: $500 - $700

      Louis artist. Vogel was a student of Kathryn Cherry at Washington University, and also studied at the National Academy of Design. She exhibited at the St. Louis Artist Guild, Kansas City Art Institute, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
    • Valentine Vogel (American, 1906-1965), "Still Life", c. 1945; oil/canvas, 30" x 25", signed. St.
      Mar. 03, 2002

      Valentine Vogel (American, 1906-1965), "Still Life", c. 1945; oil/canvas, 30" x 25", signed. St.

      Est: $500 - $700

      Louis artist. Vogel was a student of Kathryn Cherry at Washington University, and also studied at the National Academy of Design. She exhibited at the St. Louis Artist Guild, Kansas City Art Institute, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

      Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
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