January 27, 2019 Auction
    
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Lot 49A :
OTTO HENRY BACHER (American, 1856-1909)
Ponte del Pistor Venice
sgn. l.l. in pencil in margin; also within print l.l. Otto Bacher, titled u.l.
etching, 13 by 6 in. (image), matted, framed under glass, 23.5 by 16 in.
Old label: J. EASTMAN CHASE....7 HAMILTON PLACE, BOSTON  
Estimate: $500 - $700

Realized: $425 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 50 :
(on 3) SEYMOUR HADEN (British, 1818-1910)
Newton Manor
sgn. l.r. Seymour Haden, etching, 6 by 9.5 in. (image), matted, framed under glass, 12.5 by 15.25 in., paper label: FROM MAX WILLIAMS, NEW YORK, with title and artist;
A Sunset in Ireland
sgn. l.r. and l.l. Seymour Haden, drypoint,…  MORE
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $800 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 51 :
VICTOR VASARELY (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997)
Tecture, 1983
sgn. in pencil l.r. Vasarely, numbered 63/250
serigraph in colors on paper watermarked VASARELY/CENTER/NY
Vasarely Center label on reverse, 30.5 by 26 in., matted, framed under plexiglas, 41 by 35 in.
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island
Scratch on plexiglass.  
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Realized: $425 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 52 :
VICTOR VASARELY (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997)
untitled, yellow and black cubes
sgn. in pencil l.r. Vasarely, numbered 185/350
serigraph in colors on paper, 8.5 by 7.75 in. (image), linen mat, framed under glass, 18.5 by 16.75 in.
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island  
Estimate: $500 - $800

Realized: $250 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 53 :
VICTOR VASARELY (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997)
untitled, spheres
sgn. in pencil l.r. Vasarely, numbered 62/400
serigraph in colors on paper, image 8.5 by 7.75 in., linen mat, framed under glass, 18.5 by 17.25 in.
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island  
Estimate: $500 - $800

Realized: $300 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 54 :
VICTOR VASARELY (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997)
untitled, red and blue circles and ovals
sgn. in pencil l.r. Vasarely, numbered 120/350
serigraph in colors on paper, 8.25 by 8.25 in. (image), linen mat, framed under glass, 18.5 by 17.25 in.
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island  
Estimate: $500 - $800

Realized: $275 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 55 :
IGOR MITORAJ BRONZE (Polish, 1944-2014)
Asclepius
sgn. MITORAJ, B 493/1000 HC
bronze with green patina, bronze measures 15"; mounted on 4" marble plinth
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island
Corner chipped on marble base.  
Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000

Realized: $4,250 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 56 :
MAUDE SHERWOOD JEWETT BRONZE (American, 1873-1953)
bacchante
sgn. and dated Maude Sherwood Jewett 1925
bronze, green patina, 15"h  
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Realized: $500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 57 :
RUBIN PEACOCK BRONZE (American, b. 1941)
tropical sunrise
sgn. and dated Rubin Peacock 1990; bronze
foundry mark CIRE PERDUE/AYLETT/ART FOUNDATION
11.5"h; 13.5"w; on 1" polished black marble base; 21 pounds
Virginia-based, Peacock's work is on display in Richmond in the sculpture garden at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; the…  MORE
Estimate: $700 - $900

Realized: $350 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 58 :
AMERICAN BRONZE, 20th c.
remembrance of those who died defending our nation
constructed bronze, 19"h; 16.5"w; on 2" rectangular white marble base
Note: "Inspired by a granite sculpture in Port Chester NY; 21 pounds  
Estimate: $500 - $700

Realized: $275 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 59 :
CLIFTON KARHU (American, 1927-2007)
Kurashiki Snow
sgn. and dated l.r. C. Karhu 79, numbered l.l. 41/100
woodblock, 16 by 16 in. (image), framed under glass, 26 by 25.25 in.
Born in Minnesota, Karhu lived in Kyoto for fifty years becoming one of the most respected…  MORE
Estimate: $500 - $700

Realized: $550 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 60 :
EMILE GAUGUIN (French, 1899-1980)
MAN WITH OPEN MOUTH
sgn. l.l. Gauguin, wooden sculpture, 21"h; 9.5"w; 7.5"d, titled on bottom
Emile Gauguin (Emile Marae a Tai) was the youngest son of artist Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) and Tehura, a Tahitian woman. In 1963, Emile was brought to…  MORE
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $150 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 61 :
ALFRED MCNAMARA (American, 1911-1994)
"TWO WOMEN AT TABLE"
sgn. l.r. A McNamara, o/b, 24 by 30 in., framed, 29.5 by 35.25 in.
also numbered, dated, titled and signed on reverse: 49/9-76/"TWO WOMAN AT TABLE"/ A McNamara  
Estimate: $500 - $800

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Lot 62 :
CONTINENTAL, 20th c.
interior with old woman sewing
sgn. l.r. Ezequiel, o/c, 28.75 by 24.75 in., black frame, 35 by 30 in.
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island  
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $100 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 63 :
GEORGES ROUALT (French, 1871-1958)
Christ in the garden, moonlight
initialed and dated l.l. within the print G R 1936, aquatint, 7 by 8 in. (image), framed under glass, 16 by 16.5 in.  
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $100 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 64 :
WITHDRAWN
  

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Lot 65 :
KARL REGER (Austrian, 20th c.)
champagne goddess
sgn. in pencil l.r. Karl Reger
paper label, Etching in Color/ORIGINAL ARTIST'S PROOF/by KARL REGER OF VIENNA....The plate destroyed at the end of the limited edition. colored etching, 14.25 by 7 in. (image), matted, framed under glass, 23 by 15.25…  MORE
Estimate: $200 - $400

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Lot 66 :
(on 20) SALVADOR DALI (Spanish, 1904-1989)
Paradise/Canto I/Dante from Dante's The Divine Comedy
Cantos I, II, III, IV, V, VI VII IX, XII, XIII, XVI, XVIII, XX, XXI, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXX, XXXII, XXXIII
artist sgn. in pencil l.l. beneath image Dali; red signature in the plate; in…  MORE
Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Realized: $1,500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 67 :
RUFINO TAMAYO (Mexico, 1899-1991)
monochrome hombre
sgn. l.r. R. Tamayo, numbered l.l. 29/180
carborundum etching on thick hand-woven paper, 35 by 28 in., floating mount, under plexiglas, 42 by 34.25 in.
From a Cambridge, MA home.
Cracks in acrylic frame.  
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Realized: $2,100 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 68 :
19TH C. FRAMED PRINT
The First Prayer in Congress/Mattison
reverse painted mat, 16 by 22 in. (sight), ogee frame, under glass, 28 by 33 in.  
Estimate: $200 - $300

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Lot 69 :
LARGE COLORED LITHOGRAPH, BOSTON
BOSTON
l.l. PAINTED BY J. W. HILL; l.r. ENGRAVED BY C MOTTRAM
24 by 38.5 in. (image), framed under glass, 33.5 by 47 in.  
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $200 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 70 :
AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th c.
Cambridge Bridge 1857 (Boston), with Charles St. jail in the distance
unsigned, watercolor, 11.5 by 19 in. (sight), matted, framed under glass, 18.5 by 25.75 in.
paper label on reverse from: MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS SPECIAL LOAN EXHIBITION of BOSTON,…  MORE
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $150 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 71 :
SIMON DE VOS (Belgian, 1603-1676)
presentation of Mary in the Temple
sgn. and dated m.r. (on the pillar) 1649 or 1640 ??
oil/copper, 23 by 31 in., period ornately carved gilt frame under glass, 39 by 47 in.
Descended through a family from Lexington, MA  
Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000

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Lot 72 :
DUTCH SCHOOL, 18th c.
portrait of a boy wearing a red velvet suit
unsigned, o/c, 29.5 by 21.5, carved gilt frame, 38.75 by 31 in.
From a Lexington, Massachusetts home.
Flakes of paint loss lower left and upper right in background. Frame has paint losses here and…  
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Realized: $1,700 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 73 :
(pair) CONTINENTAL, 19th c.
napping kitchen maid accosted by 'gentleman'
unsigned, o/tin, 10 by 8 in. (sight), framed, 16 by 15 in.
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island
One with paint flake on wall, above man's hat, faint roughage at edge. The other with small…  MORE
Estimate: $400 - $600

Realized: $200 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 74 :
AUGUSTE DELESSARD (American/French, 1827-1890)
The First Offer
sgn. and dated l.l. A. Delessard 1849, o/c, 31 by 25 in.,
original oval, carved gilt frame, 39.5 by 33 in.
From a Lexington, Massachusetts home.  
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Realized: $400 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 75 :
attrib. PIERRE PAUL PRUD'HON (French, 1758-1823)
Apotheosis of Marechal Gerard
unsigned, o/p, 10.75 by 8.75 in., gilt frame, under glass, 20.25 by 18.5 in.
From an Andover, MA home.
Etienne Marechal Gerard (1773-1852) was a French general, and briefly Prime Minister of France in 1834 under Louis Phillips I.…  MORE
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Realized: $1,200 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 76 :
CONTINENTAL, 18/19th c.
stone house with cows
unsigned, o/c, 20 by 24 in., framed, 22.5 by 26.5 in.
1976 typed label on reverse attrib. EUPHEMIA THERESE DAVID-DIDIEZ (1823-1883)...
Estate of Michael C. Moretti, Cranston, Rhode Island  
Estimate: $400 - $600

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Lot 77 :
CONTINENTAL, 18th c.
still-life with fruit, insects and lizard
unsigned, o/c (relined), 18 by 24 in., framed, 27 by 32.5 in.  
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Realized: $1,900 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 78 :
manner of SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE (British, 1769-1830)
Lady fitzgerald
written in ink on frame, Lady Fitzgerald /Sir T. Lawrence, F.R.A.
o/c, 30 by 25 in., original carved and gilded frame, 37.5 by 32.5 in.
1 inch tear in background to upper right of head.  
Estimate: $600 - $800

Realized: $1,400 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 79 :
School of FRANCESCO GUARDI (Italian, 1712-1793)
Venice, entrance to the Grand Canal, San Giorgio Maggiore church
unsigned, o/c (relined), 23.5 by 35 in., framed, 25.75 by 37.5 in.
Craquelure; scattered inpaint to edge.  
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Realized: $750 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 80 :
attrib. LEONARDO COCCORANTE (Italian/Naples, 1680-1750)
known as Il Mascacotta
shipwreck capriccio with figures among classical ruins
o/c, 35.5 by 58 in., framed 39.25 by 62.5
Edge roughage from frame rubbing. Some losses on frame.  
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

Realized: $4,250 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 81 :
BRONZE OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMAN
20th c., standing woman with papoose on her back, initialed WKW, 16"h  
Estimate: $600 - $800

Realized: $425 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 82 :
JEAN-BAPTISTE ROBIE (Belgian, 1821-1910)
still-life, roses and fruit
sgn. l.l. J. B. Robie, o/p, 15.75 by 20.25 in.
appears to be the original frame, 23.75 by 28.25 in.
paper label on reverse: From the O. Ames Estate
Scattered inpaint to the exterior under backlight.  
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

Realized: $5,500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 83 :
RICHARD HENRY RECCHIA BRONZE (American, 1885-1983)
reclining Pan
bronze, sgn. and dated R. H. Rechia 1910, also incised Golden Age, 17.5"h; 26"w; 9.5"d  
Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

Realized: $3,750 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 84 :
SPANISH COLONIAL CARVED GILTWOOD FRAME
18th c., pierced floral carving with mirrored backing, framing an oil on copper painting which is lost beyond finding, opening, 10.5 by 7.5 in., outside measures, 26 by 21.5 in.
Shows age appropriate signs of age, elements missing.  
Estimate: $500 - $800

Realized: $1,900 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 85 :
MARBLE STATUE, UGO ZANNONI (Italian 1836-1919)
young girl seated making lace and reading a book
sgn. UGO ZANNONI/MILANO 1882, 28"h
Broken pinky finger on right hand.  
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Realized: $7,500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 86 :
(on 2) SALLY MANN (American, b. 1951)
The Good Father
black and white photograph on Agfa paper; along with
The Perfect Tomato
black and white photograph stamped on reverse Non-Archival/For Reproduction Only/Sally Mann/All Rights Reserved (press release), both 8 by 10 in., both unframed
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Estimate: $400 - $600

Realized: $400 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 87 :
18TH C. WATERCOLOR, THE BLOODY MASSACRE, BOSTON
18th c. period rendition of Paul Revere's print "The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Rgt"; the poem and text below the image is written in ink script; sheet…  MORE
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Realized: $18,000 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 88 :
PAIR OF PHILADELPHIA CARVED MAHOGANY SIDECHAIRS
18th c., carved crest rail and ears, shell-carved seat rail, slip seats, ball and claw feet, 39"h; seat rail, 20.5"w
Original seat frame; tip of one ear is missing.  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Realized: $8,500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 89 :
NORTHWEST COAST HAIDA-TLINGIT CARVED GREASE BOWL
ceremonial bowl with seated bear handles, the bowl decorated with inset bone and trade beads, 7"h; 15.5"w; 7.5"d
Two abalone eyes missing; all but one teeth panels missing.  
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Realized: $4,500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 90 :
DIMINUTIVE NEW ENGLAND PILGRIM CHERRY BUTTERFLY TABLE
c. 1680-1710, appears all original, original hinges, oval drop leaves supported by shaped butterfly wings, splayed turned legs, stretcher base, 24.5"h; open, 34.5"w; 25"d
See Albert Sack, 'Fine Points of Furniture, Early American', Crown Pub., pg. 239  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Realized: $7,500 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 91 :
19TH C. CAST IRON GEORGE WASHINGTON STOVE FIGURE
possibly by J. L. Mott Iron Works, New York, N.Y., 1850–1900
46.5"h; base, 18"w; 16.25"d
Alonzo Blanchard (American, 1799-1864) patented his George Washington radiator parlor stove in 1843. The cast-iron figure of a toga-draped Washington radiated heat supplied by pipes…  MORE
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Realized: $5,000 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 92 :
OVERSIZED NANTUCKET HANDLED BASKET
19th c., original finish, marked in ink on base and handle Mann (American artist Parker Mann, 1852-1918), 12"h not incl. swing handle; 21"diam.
See lot 47 for additional Parker Mann items.
Age appropriate rim condition, break in outer rim at ear; 2"vertical…  MORE
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Realized: $900 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 93 :
(2) NANTUCKET HANDLED BASKETS
19/20th c., one oval, 5"h (not incl. swing handle), 9" x 7.5"; the other round, 6"h (not incl. swing handle), 8.5"diam.; both with wooden bottoms  
Estimate: $700 - $900

Realized: $600 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 94 :
LARGE FULL-BODIED GILT ROOSTER WEATHERVANE
19th c., original gilding, 36.5"h; 30"w; (stand not included)  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Realized: $8,000 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 95 :
NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE MAPLE CORNER CHAIR
18th c., possibly New Hampshire, rush seat, written in ink script on underside of arm Edmund Hall/Elizabeth Hall Perkins/Corda P. Gracey
bold turnings with "crook't" foot, 30.5"h 26.75"w; 25"d  
Estimate: $600 - $800

Realized: $350 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 96 :
MINIATURE NEW ENGLAND FEDERAL-STYLE PAINTED BLANKET CHEST
old paint, compass and fan decoration on salmon ground, 8.5"h; 13"w; 6"dUpon closer examination, it is our opinion that this miniature chest is bench made using old wood and nails. It is not of the period we initially stated.  
Estimate: $700 - $900

Realized: $3,750 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 97 :
RHODE ISLAND PAINTED WINDSOR CONTINUOUS ARMCHAIR
19th c. green paint, continuous arm with turned arm supports and 13 spindles, turned splayed legs, 35.5"h; 16.5"w  
Estimate: $600 - $800

Realized: $1,300 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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Lot 98 :
19TH C. CAMEO CARVED COWRY SHELL, C H WOOD
inscribed: Ship Lisbon/A G Curtis/Commander/Oct. 12th/1854
sgn. C. H. WOOD/SCULPTOR, three-masted ship with American eagle emblem below, 2"h; 3.75"w  
Estimate: $300 - $500

Realized: $150 - Excluding Buyer's Premium
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