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Updated April 3, 2017

Paintings & Sculptures:

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WILLIAM BOOGAR (Amer. 1859-1939)

“THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE” (Bookends), bronze,  c. 1930’s, 5” high. Signed. $1750. Inspired by Aesop’s Fables.  With rich, deep green patina. Great Art Deco design.


[TREES, HILLSIDE AT SUNSET], watercolor, c. 1910-15, 6 x 3.” Unsigned. $295. Framed in original dark oak frame. Reminscent of Arthur Wesley Dow’s pilar color woodblock prints. Most likely painted by a student of Dow's possibly at his summer Ipswich School of Art.


ARTHUR J. DRYSDALE (Amer. 1870-1934)

[BAYOU SCENE], oil wsh, 6 x 19 1/2.” Signed. $1250. Framed in original frame.



ARRAH LEE GAUL (Amer. 1883-1980)

“CROSSING THE LEBANON HILLS,” oil on canvasboard, c. 1917-20, 9 x 12.” Signed. $750. Titled on the reverse. Gaul was one of the group of women artists known as the Philadelphia Ten. This was probably painted c. 1950-57 when she traveled to the Far East.

PERCY GRAY (Amer. 1869-1952)

[CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE], watercolor, 1916*,3 7/8 x 4 3/4.”Signed. $2950. *According to the inscription (by the artist??) on the original backboard this was given as a wedding present in 1916.

MYRTLE M. YOUNG HOBART (Amer. 1873-1946)

[2 FIGURES READING BY A LAKE], monotypein colors, 1919, 6 3/8 x 6 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $750.Signed in pencil in the image (and dated) “Myrtle M. Young.” With a label from Oakland Museum verso. She shared a studio in San Francisco and exhibited with her artist husband Clark Hobart, who was himself known for his monotypes. Nicely framed.


EMMA KAAN (Amer. 1860-1949)

[POND IN AUTUMN], watercolor, c. 1900-10, 20 x 14.” Signed. $500. Framed in original frame.


GEORGE KOCH (Germ./Amer. 1878-1947)

[BARN AND ROADWAY], gouache, c. 1910-20,7 1/8 x 10 1/4.” Signed. $695. The artist was born in Germany and emigrated to the New York City in 1892. This scene bears a striking resemblance to Dow’s work. Both artists wrote books for Prang and Co. of Boston. It seems highly likely that Koch knew Dow either in the Boston or in NYC where Dow taught at the Pratt Institute and Columbia Teacher’s College. See illustrations in Dow's Composition which are very similar to this.

JEANETTE MCMULLIN (Amer. 19th/early 20th c.)

"MT. WHITTIER," watercolor & gouache/board, c. 1920, 13 3/8 x 13 3/8.” Signed and dated. $950.With original label from the Marblehead Arts Association giving the title and the artist’s Marblehead address (also a label with her--old??--Boston address). Mt. Whittier is in Tamworth, New Hampshire.

VICTOR MINDELEEF (Amer. 1860-1948)

[FLORAL STUDY], watercolor, c. 1920,19 x 8 1/4.” Signedl. $650. The artist was an architect and painter who also studied and recorded architectural remains of pueblos and cliff dwellings in Arizona and New Mexico. He was based in Washington DC and his specialty was floral still lifes in watercolor. Original frame.



STEELE SAVAGE (Amer. 1898-1970)

“DON JUAN,” pen & ink with white, 1932,9 5/8 x 6 3/8." Unsigned. $450. An Illustration for Kenneth How’s 1932 book The Other Don Juan. Savage was an American illustrator best known for his illustrations in Edith Hamilton’s Mythology and WWII recruiting posters. Unsigned; noted in pencil in margins: "Harbor Press" and "opp. p. 44" and "#2" and "DON JUAN" and "6508-5-3." A copy of article discussing this image and Rockwell Kent's drawing of the same subject in the December 1932 edition of The Bookman magazine accompanies the drawing. (This work was erroneously sold as a work of Rockwell Kent at Swann Galleries in 2004).


[FLOWERING APPLY ORCHARD WITH BARN], oil on canvas, 1922, 12 x 16.” Signedl. $475. She studied at the Hartford Art School, now part of the University of Hartford, under Albertus E. Jones, Leith-Ross, A. N. A., and in Europe with George Elmer Browne, N.S. Her work is collected by the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, the William Benton Museum of Art at the University of Connecticut in Storrs and the Saint Joseph College of Art in West Hartford.



[OCEAN SCENE WITH ROCKS AND TREES*], pastel, c. 1920, 15 1/4 x 11 1/4.”  Signed.  $995. *Most probably Nantucket where the artist had a home. Whitney studied painting at the Boston Museum Fine Arts School with Frank Benson, Edmund Tarbell, Fred Wagner and Philip Hale. This shows a strong similarity to works of Margaret Patterson--it seems quite possible they may have known each other.



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