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December 2021 Premier Fine Art

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  • "St. Dominique" Lithograph by Henri

    "St. Dominique" Lithograph by Henri

  • Etching by Yves Tanguy, "Composition #3"

    Etching by Yves Tanguy, "Composition #3"

  • "In Questa Tomba" by Julius Heinrich

    "In Questa Tomba" by Julius Heinrich

  • "Interaction of Color" Josef Albers

    "Interaction of Color" Josef Albers

Lot: 1 - "St. Dominique" Lithograph by Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954). A lithograph on paper, titled "Etudes pour St. Dominique", executed 1950/51, signed in graphite in margin and numbered 189/200. 8.75" x 6.5" (plate size), 22" x 19.5" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 2 - Etching by Yves Tangoy, "Composition #3"

Yves Tangoy (French, 1900-1955). Etching in colors on laid paper, titled "Composition #3", but also referred to as an untitled work in other instances. With early Closson's Gallery label to verso. 3.75" x 2.75" (plate size), 12" x 10" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 3 - "In Questa Tomba" by Julius Heinrich Bissier

Julius Heinrich Bissier (German, 1893-1965). Watercolor and tempera on a fine and thin canvas, inscribed and dated "30 Sept., 63", l.r. and titled. With an early Flair House Gallery label and Bissier catalog attached on verso. 9.25" x 11.5" (sight), 20" x 23.5" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 4 - "Interaction of Color" Josef Albers Portfolio

1963. A complete portfolio edition, by Yale University Press, New Haven and London. A complete set of 80 screenprints and offset lithographs, with present booklet, all in canvas matching cover board and box. All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 5 - "Tarantelle" by Stanley William Hayter

Stanley William Hayter (English, 1901-1988). Engraving on paper, a rich, deep impression, titled, signed, dated 43 and numbered 39/50 in margin. 21.5" x 13" (plate size), 25.25" x 15.25" (sheet size). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 6 - "Trois Personnages" by Stanley William Hayter

Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988). Etching on paper, signed, titled, dated 51 and numbered 9/50 in margin. 19.25" x 14.5" (plate size). 24" x 18.5" (sheet size). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 7 - Stanley W. Hayter, New Years Cards

Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988). A pair of matted serigraphs, one in the form of a card, which reads "Happy New Years" to the interior. Each signed l.r., one dated 62, the other 67. Including rare exhibition catalog. Each 4.5" x 5.25" (plate size). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 8 - "Cing Personnages" by Stanley William Hayter

Stanley William Hayter (English, 1901-1988). Etching in colors, signed, dated 46, titled, and noted as edition 3/5 in margin. Collected by Walter Sorge, a colleague who worked at Atelier 17 during the 1960s. 14.75" x 23.75" (plate size), 24.5" x 32.5" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 9 - Untitled Line Abstract Work by Stanley William Hayter

Stanley William Hayter (English, 1901-1988). An untitled abstract study, in graphite and ink wash, signed and dated 63 l.r. Collected by friend of the artist Walter Sorge, likely while working in Atelier 17 in Paris. 12" x 9" (sight), 20.5" x 17.5" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 10 - An Atelier 17 Time Capsule, Prints from Walter Sorge Collection

A vast collection of works on paper, largely stemming from Walter Sorge's (American, 1931-2021) time spent in Paris, at Stanley William Hayter's famous collaborative printmaking studio Atelier 17. Sorge was clearly influenced by this time with his own work, but also gathered an impressive array of other artist's work, most of whom were associated with the studio. Encompassing more than 50 works. From small works to larger (36" x 24"). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 11 - "Presentation" Etching by John Paul Jones

John Paul Jones (American, 1924-1999). Etching on paper. Signed, titled and numbered 11/20 in margin. Collected by Walter Sorge, colleague and fellow printmaker. 17.5" x 24" (sight), 29" x 35" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 12 - Lithograph titled "Night Rain" by D.W. Brothers

Limited edition print, numbered 16/25, dated 1961. Signed to the lower right and titled to the lower left, housed in a hand-painted frame under plexiglass. Sight size: 18" ht. x 23.5" wd., framed size: 28" ht. x 33.5" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 13 - Joan Marie Ropke (Louisville), Lithograph

Titled "Flowers and Forms" and numbered 12/18, signed lower right. An abstract floral lithograph. Plate size: 15.5" x 17.5", frame 22" x 24" From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 14 - "Han" by Sergio Gonzalez-Tornero

Sergio Gonzalez-Tornero (Chile, b. 1927). A heavily impressed aquatint on paper, signed, dated 1965, and noted as an artist proof in margin. 16" x 16" (sight), 26" x 26" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 15 - Eugenio Tellez Aquatint

Eugenio Tellez (Spanish, b. 1939). Etching and aquatint, signed, dated 62, and dedicated to Walter Sorge, fellow artist. 12" x 12.5" (sight), 20" x 25.5" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 16 - Carlos Merida Serigraph, 1963

Carlos Merida (Mexico, 1891-1984). Silkscreen on paper, titled "a la porte de gand", signed, dated 63, and numbered 3/4. A very limited impression, collected by colleague Walter Sorge. 12" x 11" (sight), 20" x 17" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 17 - Alexander Calder (1898-1976), Lithograph

A lithograph depicting three nude men in conversation, signed by Calder in pencil to the lower right and numbered in pencil to the lower left 10/CHXXO. Plate size: 13.25" ht. x 18.5" wd., framed size: 24.75" ht. x 29.75" wd.

Lot: 18 - Alexander Calder (1898-1976), Lithograph

Signed to the lower right and numbered 10/175, 175 is written in roman numerals. Lithographs depicting a number of men, housed in a simple black frame under plexiglass. Plate size: 13.5" ht. x 18.5" wd., framed size: 24.5" ht. x 29.5" wd.

Lot: 19 - Salvador Dali Signed Color Etching

Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989). A colored etching on paper, signed within plate, and also signed and numbered 263/300 in graphite to margin. Sheet size 17.75" x 12.5", framed 28" x 22".

Lot: 20 - Darrell W. Brothers Etching, "Quarry Landscape"

Darrell W. Brothers (American/Cincinnati, 20th century). An etching on paper, signed, dated 1958, noted "Ed. 10" and titled in margin. Brothers was a Cincinnati painter and printmaker in the mid-20th century. 12" x 17.5" (plate size), 20" x 26.5" (framed).

Lot: 21 - Girl in Tree by Ikki Matsumoto

Ikki Matsumoto (Japanese, b. 1935). A lithograph on paper, signed in plate, dated 1972 in plate, and also numbered and signed in graphite, lower margin. 24" x 23.5" (sight), 32" x 32" (framed).

Lot: 22 - Takesada Matsutani, Two Impressions

Takesada Matsutani (Japanese, b. 1937). A pair of colored etchings and aquatints. Titles are "La Propogation- 6" numbered 3/40 and "La Propogation- Noire et Rouge" numbered 5/50. Each also signed in margin. Largest sheet size 17.5" x 23.25". From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 23 - Pair of Woodblock Prints by Terada Akitoyo

Terada Akitoyo (Japanese, 20th century). A pair of woodblock prints depicting performers. Each 19" x 14" (framed). Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 24 - Modernist Woodblocks by Shiro Kasamatsu

Shiro Kasamatsu (Japanese, 1898-1991). A pair of woodblocks in colors, with seal mark and "Shiro" inscribed l.r. to the peacock subject, each inscribed to lower margin and again sealed. Each 15" x 9.5" (sight), 21" x 16" (framed). Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 25 - Pair of Woodblock Prints by Kiyoshi Saito

Kiyoshi Saito (Japanese, 1907-1997). Including a boy and girl carrying baby, each signed and with seal mark l.r. 14" x 9" (sight), 19" x 14" (framed). Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 26 - Still Life by Mario Fallani, 1969

Mario Fallani (Italian, 1934-2014). Titled "Pianta" on verso, and depicting leaves. Signed and dated 69 l.r., as well as to verso. 36" x 36" (sight), 37" x 37" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 27 - Abstract by William Collins

William C. Collins (American, 1925-2007). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 63 l.r., housed in a Kulicke style frame. Collins taught and worked alongside a number of important Cincinnati modernists at the Art Academy of Cincinnati from 1954-1967, including Stanczak, Anuskiewicz, Dine, and several others. 39" x 39" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 28 - Large Still Life by Donald Hamilton Fraser, 1958

Donald Hamilton Fraser (American, 1929-2009). Oil on canvas, an abstract still life of flowers, unsigned. Label on verso stretcher crossbar from the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, with title, date, and exhibition (acquired at the time by the CAC). 39" x 29" (sight), 46" x 36" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 29 - "Blue Lady" by Moshe Rosentalis

Moshe Rosentalis (Israeli, 1922-2008). Oil on canvas, signed u.r., and with title and again signed on verso. 16" x 20" (sight), 22" x 28" (framed).

Lot: 30 - James Brown, Untitled Mixed Media

Oil, watercolor, and mixed media on paper, signed and dated 1984 lower right. Sight size: 37" ht. x 24" wd., framed size: 49" ht. x 36" wd. Brown was a Los Angeles born artist who resided most of his career in Paris, but exhibited in New York, Europe and Mexico throughout his career.  He rejected much of the notions he learned at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts, and instead focused on painterly abstraction, with a considerable African and primitive influence.  Many such faces were produced during this period of the early 1980s, when the work was purchased by the consignor.  

Lot: 31 - Robert Petersen (American, b. 1945), "Mexico #1"

Acrylic and graphite on board, dated 1995 lower left, titled "Mexico #1" lower center and initialed lower right. Mounted to a heavily constructed plywood backing, unframed. 60" ht. x 42" wd. Robert Petersen  (American, b. 1945) spent some of his early career years (1969-1970) at the famed Gemini G.E.L., a veritable hub of innovative printmaking in Los Angeles which hosted the likes of Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, David Hockney, James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenberg, Ellsworth Kelly, and numerous others.  He was particularly drawn to and collaborative with Robert Rauschenberg, for whom he was the assistant printmaker for Rauschenberg's "Stoned Moon".  In 1970, Petersen moved with Rauschenberg to Captiva to continue to work until 1980.  Much of his work focused on minimalist constructions, much of which was monochromatic.  This example, "Mexico #1", is a monumental example.

Lot: 32 - Ricardo Martinez de Hoyos, "The Lime Porters"

Ricardo Martínez De Hoyos (1918-2009) Cargadores de Cal, 1953 Oil on canvas 148 x 90 cm (58.3 x 35.4 in.)   This work has been registered with Fundación Ricardo Martínez (FRM000769). We wish to thank the foundation for their gracious assistance in the provenance research process.   Provenance Galería de Arte Mexicano Private collection,

Lot: 33 - Greg Hannan, "Murder Cape"

From the "Home Fries Series". Acrylic and silkscreen on wood, 1993. With lightbox component to back. As once displayed on the streets of Washington, D.C. From Hannan's website:Every criminal subculture has its symbology, a system of epaulets designed to inform, entice, enrage adversaries or friends, and often used to mark a criminal rite of passage. Examples include a tear shaped tattoo, placed in the corner of the eye, to signify that the individual so marked had murdered someone. In the D.C. ghetto such a moniker involved a slightly turbaned stocking worn on the head, the length of which draped down the back of the wearers neck, barely touching his shoulders -- a murder cape. 5+0 is the symbol for the gang that hangs at 5th and 0 Streets, N.W.; three blocks from my home. In the course of three years the entire gang was decimated through the common attrition of the ghetto. Many have died of gunshot wounds; others are serving long, murder-related prison sentences, still others represent a new class of adult men, ensconced once again on their corners, their “turf”, but now in wheelchairs; the victims of paralyzing gunshot wounds. Size: 89.5" ht. x 75.5" wd.

Lot: 34 - Rimma Gerlovina and Valeriy Gerlovin

Russian, B. 1951. C-Print photoglyph in an artist's custom brown steel frame. Ostensibly titled "seed". Image size: 37" ht. x 38" wd., framed size: 44" ht. x 47" wd.

Lot: 35 - Mark Fox (Am. b. 1963) Boxed Row of Houses

A wood constructed row of homes, painted in acrylic, all housed in a painted and linen wrapped shadow box. 23" ht. x 47" wd. x 12" dp. Mark Fox (American, b. 1963) currently resides and works in New York, and has a substantial record of important exhibitions, work history and education.  He was born in Cincinnati, OH where he spent the early component of his career.  While there, he was the creative director of the Saw Theatre, a collaborative contemporary puppet theatre which produced shows in conjunction with other artists and writers.  These examples offered are from this period.  Fox worked a considerable amount with fellow contemporary Anthony Luensman for these projects.  He went on to engage in numerous solo shows in a variety of other mediums.  

Lot: 36 - Mark Fox (Am. b. 1963) Tornado Sculpture

Foam and plaster with acrylic paint. Height: 31" Mark Fox (American, b. 1963) currently resides and works in New York, and has a substantial record of important exhibitions, work history and education.  He was born in Cincinnati, OH where he spent the early component of his career.  While there, he was the creative director of the Saw Theatre, a collaborative contemporary puppet theatre which produced shows in conjunction with other artists and writers.  These examples offered are from this period.  Fox worked a considerable amount with fellow contemporary Anthony Luensman for these projects.  He went on to engage in numerous solo shows in a variety of other mediums.

Lot: 37 - Mark Fox Puppet Construction

Marionette puppet with gear interior on wood base. Gear interior turns to move gears inside stomach. Puppet head constructed of plaster and old gear. 46" ht. Mark Fox (American, b. 1963) currently resides and works in New York, and has a substantial record of important exhibitions, work history and education.  He was born in Cincinnati, OH where he spent the early component of his career.  While there, he was the creative director of the Saw Theatre, a collaborative contemporary puppet theatre which produced shows in conjunction with other artists and writers.  These examples offered are from this period.  Fox worked a considerable amount with fellow contemporary Anthony Luensman for these projects.  He went on to engage in numerous solo shows in a variety of other mediums.

Lot: 38 - Puppet Construction by Mark Fox

Mark Fox (American, 20th/21st Century).  A shadowboxed construction with pair of puppets, including one standing on crushed egg, another floating, all standing atop mixed wood floor.  Shadowbox is painted and with scratches, ht. 21", lg. 24". Mark Fox (American, b. 1963) currently resides and works in New York, and has a substantial record of important exhibitions, work history and education.  He was born in Cincinnati, OH where he spent the early component of his career.  While there, he was the creative director of the Saw Theatre, a collaborative contemporary puppet theatre which produced shows in conjunction with other artists and writers.  These examples offered are from this period.  Fox worked a considerable amount with fellow contemporary Anthony Luensman for these projects.  He went on to engage in numerous solo shows in a variety of other mediums.

Lot: 39 - Puppets by Mark Fox

A group of four puppets by Mark Fox (American, b. 1963).  Produced while in Cincinnati, Fox produced a number of puppet theatre exhibitions.  Largest is 27" ht. Mark Fox (American, b. 1963) currently resides and works in New York, and has a substantial record of important exhibitions, work history and education.  He was born in Cincinnati, OH where he spent the early component of his career.  While there, he was the creative director of the Saw Theatre, a collaborative contemporary puppet theatre which produced shows in conjunction with other artists and writers.  These examples offered are from this period.  Fox worked a considerable amount with fellow contemporary Anthony Luensman for these projects.  He went on to engage in numerous solo shows in a variety of other mediums.

Lot: 40 - Modernist Abstract Photograph

Floating center in the frame. Image size: 24" ht. x 20" wd., framed size: 29" ht. x 24" wd.

Lot: 41 - Silkscreen of a Figure

Numbered 7/10 and signed and dated lower right. Sight size: 25" ht. x 22" wd., framed size: 40" ht. x 36" wd.

Lot: 42 - Alexander Calder, Circus Portfolio

1964, 16 offset lithographs in total. Each with printed signature and date to lower right 'Calder 1932'. This work is from the edition of 100 published by Art in America and Perls Galleries, New York.

Lot: 43 - Cesar Buenaventura (Mexican, 1919-1983), Street Scene

Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1966 l.r. 16" x 12" (sight), 24" x 20" (framed).

Lot: 44 - "Volcanena" Oil by Noe Canjura (Salvador, 1922-1970)

Noe Canjura (Salvador, 1922-1970). Oil on canvas, signed l.l. and with plaque to frame, Wally Findlay Galleries, Chicago label to verso. 18" x 15" (sight), 26" x 23" (framed).

Lot: 45 - Bengal Abstract Work by Coletta Martin

Coletta Martin (American, 20th century). An abstract work with square central and bengal stripes to exterior. Oil on canvas. 40" x 40"

Lot: 46 - "Cool Compression" by Walter Stomps, Jr.

Walter Stomps, Jr. (Kentucky/Ohio, 1929-2020). Acrylic on canvas, depicting an Op Art geometric subject, signed l.r. and with a pair of labels to verso. 48" x 48" unframed

Lot: 47 - "The Mouse's Tail" by Walter Stomps, Jr., 1978

Walter Stomps, Jr. (Kentucky/Ohio, 1929-2020). Oil on canvas, in shades of pink, with pair of labels to verso, including artist's label, and exhibition label from 1978. ht. 43.5" x wd. 49" (framed).

Lot: 48 - Abstract Expressionist Work by Walter Stomps, Jr.

Walter Stomps, Jr. (American/Kentucky, 1929-2020). Oil on canvas, with heavy impasto and scattered drops, from Stomp's early period. Signed and dated 1962 l.l. ht. 41.5" x wd. 32.5" (framed).

Lot: 49 - Pair of Abstract Works by Walter Stomps, Jr.

Walter Stomps, Jr. (American/Kentucky, 1929-2020). Each oil on canvas, with mountain forms and green ground. Each with estate stamp to verso. Each 37" x 37" (framed).

Lot: 50 - "Blue Arc" by Walter Stomps, Jr.

Walter Stomps Jr. (American/Kentucky, 1929-2020). Oil on canvas, depicting a blue central shape and ground, 1970s. With artist's label to verso, and signed l.r. ht. 49" x wd. 54" (framed).

Lot: 51 - Three Abstract Works by Walter Stomps, Jr.

Walter Stomps, Jr. (American/Kentucky, 1929-2020). Oil on canvas, including three works, unsigned but with estate stamp. Each unframed. Each 30" x 40"

Lot: 52 - Collection of 20th Century Works, Students/Contemporaries of Walter Stomps, Jr.

An impressive array of some identified, and other unidentified works on paper, all of which appear to be students or contemporaries of Walter Stomps, Jr. (American/Kentucky, 1929-2020). Over 100 works on paper, including mixed media, prints, oils and watercolors.

Lot: 53 - Pair of Paintings by Alberto Heredia

Alberto Heredia (Argentina, 1924-2000). A pair of ink and wash works on paper, each matted to a single frame, and depicting a male and female figure, respectively. Both are dated 1961, Paris and dedicated to Walter Sorge, the American painter who would have associated with the artists while in Paris. Each work ht. 11.5" x  wd. 7.5" (sight). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 54 - Carla Smith, Framed Watercolor of a Woman

Framed under plexiglass in a simple wooden frame depicting a sultry woman in pink dress. Signed lower right. Framed size: 16.5" ht. x 13.5" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 55 - "Iron Mistress" Signed Pencil Drawing

A small signed pencil drawing titled "Iron Mistress" and signed to the bottom right, possibly by "Uhlen or Uhler". The signature is indistinct. Sight size: 4.5" ht. x 2.5" wd., framed size: 14" ht. x 12" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 56 - Pair of Colored Lithographs by Arthur Richards

One titled "The Blue Barn" and the other depicting a still life of fruit, both signed to the lower right margin in pencil. Each: 4.5" x 5.5" (sight), 14" x 15" (frame). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 57 - Carl Saum, Abstract Expressionist Watercolor

A large expressionistic watercolor depicting multiple figures, housed in a frame under plexiglass and signed lower right. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 58 - A French Watercolor Abstract Interior Still Life with Birds

Signed "Golouu, Paris" in red to the bottom right. Additional numbering signed in red is indistinct. On paper, under glass in a simple frame. Sight size: 10" ht. x 8" wd., framed size: 21" ht. x 16" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 59 - Richard Crabbe 1975 Geometric Study

On large graph paper, in a painted frame. Frame size: 24" ht. x 19" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 60 - Robert Indiana "The Mother of us All" Poster

A vibrant and nicely framed poster for the American Pop Opera at the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre. Poster size: 35.5" ht. x 22.5" wd., framed size: 40" ht. x 27" wd.

Lot: 61 - "Parmenide Orange" Screenprint by Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely (Hungarian, 1906-1997). Titled "Parmenide, Orange", a screenprint in colors, signed in graphite l.r., and numbered 14/200 l.l. 25" x 21" (sight), 32.5" x 29" (framed)

Lot: 62 - "Legs" Oil on Canvas by Vicki Hartings

Vicki Hartings (Kentucky, 20th century). Oil on canvas, depicting legs at a seat, signed on canvas verso. 48" x 36" (framed).

Lot: 63 - Large Abstract Oil by Stuart Goldman

Stuart Goldman (American/Cincinnati, 20th/21st Century). Oil on canvas, inscribed on verso. 38" x 38" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 64 - Peter Max Signed Lithograph

Signed in color to the lower right, edition of 84/99, housed in a new gilted frame. Also signed on back with portrait of a woman "Jennifer, Love Max" Sight size: 21.75" ht. x 19" wd., framed size: 27" ht. x 24" wd.

Lot: 65 - Three Works by Norman Kohlhepp

Three watercolors by Norman Kohlhepp (Louisville, 20th century). Each collected by artist Walter Sorge. Largest 31" x 26.5" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 66 - Phosphorescent Abstract by Tom Bacher

Tom Bacher (American/Cincinnati, 20th century). Phosphorescent paint, strips and mixed media on canvas, signed l.r. Bacher specializes in hues which react and glow to darkness and certain UV lights. A substantial example of his work. ht. 37" x wd. 54" (unframed).

Lot: 67 - "Open Window" Color Woodcut by Davira Fisher

Davira Fisher (Cincinnati, 20th century). Woodcut on paper, titled, numbered and signed in lower margin. With labels to verso. 14.5" x 11.5" (plate size), 25" x 21" (framed). Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 68 - Portrait of Daniel Brown by Constance McClure

Constance McClure (Cincinnati, 20th/21st Century). Oil on canvas, depicting Mr. Brown in full tuxedo, seated on a peacock backed chair. Signed and dated 1986 l.r. 42.5" x 32.5" (framed). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 69 - "Mountain" by Bukang Yu Kim

Bukang Yu Kim (Korean/American, b. 1943). Acrylic on paper, signed l.r. and inscribed with titled, artist, and dimensions to verso. 42" x 42" (sight). Kim is a celebrated Cincinnati based artist from South Korea, who was the subject of a recent show at the Dayton Art Institute (2021) and another at the Cincinnati Art Museum (2014). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 70 - Charcoal Study by Emil Robinson

sight size: 19" ht. x 25" wd., framed size: 26" ht. x 31" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 71 - Pr. Constance McClure (Cinci., 20th Cent.) Illustrations

A pair of framed graphite illustrations by Constance McClure (Cincinnati), depicting century everyday life. Both signed, dated to the lower portion.  Man with children measures: 19.5" x 15" (sight); 27" x 22" (frame) Sunday school measures: 14" x 22.5" (sight); 21.5" x 29.5" (frame). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 72 - Etching by Pat Gilligan

Titled "In Appreciation of Court Painters", dated 1981 and numbered 3/8. Sight size: 8.5" ht. x 5.5" wd., framed size: 17.5" ht. x 14" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 73 - Valerie Shesko (American, 21st Century)

Gouache and watercolor mixed media abstract work on paper.  Matted but unframed. Signed to the verso. ht. 16" x wd. 16.75" From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 74 - Lithograph by Susan Nuxall

Titled "What the Big Boys Eat", numbered 1/3 and signed to the lower right in pencil. Overall size: 32" ht. x 24.5" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 75 - Mixed Media Work by Trevor Edmands

Trevor Edmands (English, b. 1936). A mixed media on board subject signed and dated 87 l.r.c. Accompanied by a solo exhibition catalog which traveled to four cities. 24" x 27" (framed). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 76 - T.P. Edmands, Nude Male

A signed nude male by Edmands, framed under glass in a semi-shadowbox frame. Acrylic, charcoal, pastel. Sight size: 13" ht. x 10" wd., framed size: 18" ht. x 16" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 77 - "Noel" by Edgar Yaeger

Watercolor over woodcut, signed and dated 1979 u.r., likely a Christmas card or greeting. 3" x 7" (sight), 7" x 10.25" (framed).

Lot: 78 - Katja Zhestkova Original Drawing on Laid Paper

In the manner of Erte, depicting a woman in bright colored outfit, signed to the upper right. Sight size: 16" ht. x 9.5" wd., framed: 22.5" ht. x 16" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 79 - "Sleigh Ride" print by Alistair Allum

Numbered 68/250 and signed to the lower right, titled lower left in pencil. Sight size: 11" ht. x 19" wd., framed size: 20" ht. x 28" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 80 - Unsigned Color Lithograph, Probably Paul Wardski

A nice lithograph on rag paper, housed in a frame under glass depicting the rising sun. Sight size: 22.5" ht. x 29.5" wd., framed size: 30" ht. x 37" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 81 - Cedric Michael Cox, "Face Dancers"

Acrylic on canvas, titled and signed on back. 6" ht. X 12" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 82 - Lynn Rose Acryllic of Nude

Lynn Rose (Cincinnati, 20th century). A vibrant acrylic on canvas, signed to verso stretcher and titled "Come Take a Magic Carpet Ride". ht. 11.5" x wd. 13" (framed). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 83 - Suite of 6 Photographs by Alistair McCallum

Alistair McCallum (American, 20th century). A group of six framed silver gelatin landscapes, each mounted and framed, each signed in the margin. Largest 16" x 20" (framed). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 84 - Pair of Works by Hadu Maki

A pair of prints in colors, including "Poem", a mixed media work, signed, numbered and titled to margin, and another "Poem", an embossed subject. Largest: 14" x 12" (frame) From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 85 - Three Works by Susan Nuxoll

Susan Nuxoll (Kentucky, 20th century). Including one linocut, and another pair of monotypes. Largest 16" x 12.5" (framed). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 86 - Pair of Naive Works by Jim Chirbas

A pair of acryllic on paper works in a naive manner, each signed l.r. Largest 18" x 15" (framed) From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 87 - "Whistling in the Woods" by Bukang Yu Kim

Bukang Yu Kim (Korean/American, b. 1943). Oil on canvas, signed l.r. and inscribed with title, artist, and dimensions to verso. 46" x 46" (unframed). Kim is a celebrated Cincinnati based artist from South Korea, who was the subject of a recent show at the Dayton Art Institute (2021) and another at the Cincinnati Art Museum (2014). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 88 - Large Abstract Work by Valerie Shesko

Oil on paper, housed under glass and framed. A scenic abstract landscape at sunset with oranges and reds. Size of paper: 23" ht. x 29" wd., framed size: 33" ht. x 39" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 89 - A Pair of Framed Photographs, one by Krugh

Two ethereal photographs, nicely framed, one titled and signed on verso by Kent Krugh. The second image is possibly by Krugh as well, but unsigned. Framed size of largest is: 22" ht. x 28" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 90 - David Bumbeck (VT. 1940-), Pair of Lithographs

One larger lithograph titled "The Ace of Hearts" and numbered 62/80, signed lower right and dated 1994. The second is titled "Danny" and was for Mr. Brown, numbered 1/55 and dated 1985 in pencil to the lower right. Framed size on the larger work: 25" ht. x 30" wd., size of smaller work: 19.5" ht. x 19.5" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 91 - A Collection of Five Nudes

One etching signed indistinctly to the lower left, possible "Favvell", the other is a photographic nude print of a woman. A third depicts a nude study, and the remaining two are an etching and a photograph depicting a nude male. Framed size of largest is: 17" ht. x 21" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 92 - Eric Standley "Either/Or Tetragon" Papercut

A complex papercut, using CNC lasers and vector-based software. Signed lower middle and signed on back, dated 2013. Likely purchased from the Marta Hewitt Gallery in Cincinnati, OH. Size of the cut inside frame: 2.5" ht. x 2.5" wd. Framed size: 11" ht. x 9" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 93 - A Collection of 8 Framed Works

Including one lithograph by Henry Alexander, one print titled "Wild Pills" signed indistinctly, one John Wayne lithograph by Garrison, one acrylic abstract on paper, one small study of a tree, one glitter collage signed indistinctly, one interior scene signed Mann and one lithograph of a man. Largest framed piece is the John Wayne sized at: 23" ht. x 16" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 94 - Collection of Five Framed Works

One Tibetan rubbing reproduction, one color photograph, one study of a nude signed indistinctly, one etching numbered 2/4 signed indistinctly, and one large framed charcoal abstraction. Size of largest framed: 28.5" ht. x 27" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 95 - Substantial Sketchbooks/Watercolors by David DeVaul

David DeVaul (American/Ohio, b. 1947). A group of 5 sketchbooks, dating from 1987-1991, containing a substantial amount of figural sketches, full watercolors subjects, and other examples. Many are signed, dated, and sketchbooks contain several dates, notations, quotes, and other explanatory material. Collected by the late curator Daniel Brown. Each sketchbook 14" x 11". From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 96 - Works on Paper by David Bumbeck

A group of works on paper by David Bumbeck (American, b. 1940).  Including a pair of self portrait etchings, signed, as well as three exhibition posters.  Largest 25" x 15" (unframed). From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 97 - Collection of Illustrations by David Michael Beck

David Michael Beck (American/Cincinnati, b. 1950). A group of 22 highly detailed mixed media illustrations on illustration board. Subjects include numerous Star Wars examples, fantastical illustrations executed en grisaille, as well as other Sci-fi or fantasy subjects. Each board measures 11" x 8.5". Most subjects with slight margins and titled.

Lot: 98 - George Rodrigue (1944-2013) Jazz Poster

2000 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Poster, featuring Al Hirt and a Blue Dog, by George Rodrigue (American, b. 1944), signed lower left and numbered lower right "927/3000". Housed under glass in a contemporary gilt frame. Framed size is 40" ht. x 26" wd. Excellent condition. Purchased from and framed by Bergen Galleries, New Orleans. 

Lot: 99 - James Michalopoulos (b. 1951) Jazz Poster

2001 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Poster, featuring Louis Armstrong by James Michalopoulos (American, b. 1951), signed lower left and numbered lower right "1798/3000". Housed under glass in a contemporary gilt frame. Framed size is 40" ht. x 28". Excellent condition. Purchased and farmed by Bergen Galleries, New Orleans.

Lot: 100 - Barry Leighton Jones (UK) Offset Lithograph, "Helping Hand"

Offset color lithograph of a male clown consoling a female clown. Depicting Emmett Kelly and young clown, of which the artist is known for. Artist Proof. Signed in the margin. 38" ht. x 32" wd. (frame). Jones (1932-2011) was a British post-war and contemporary painter who began his career at age 5 after winning a major art competition. 

Lot: 101 - George Dureau, New Orleans Jazz Signed Lithograph

30th Anniversary Commemorative lithograph of jazz musician Professor Longhair. Signed to the lower right on top of printed surface. 36" ht. x 21" wd. (framed).

Lot: 102 - "Brooklyn Bridge" by LeRoy Nieman

Lithograph on paper, hand signed by Nieman to the lower right and nicely framed. Accompanied by label from the Art Showcase Auction on verso, 1969. Published by Knoedler publishing. Sight size: 16.5" ht. x 32" wd., framed size: 23" ht. x 34" wd. Purchased from Art Showcase in California. 

Lot: 103 - Itzchak Tarkay, "Blissful Moments", Seriolithograph

Purchased from Park West and accompanied by certificate of authenticty from Park West. A seriolithograph, signed in the plate on the lower right, and housed in a gilt frame. Depicting an interior dining scene, a common subject for the artist. Print size: 18.5" ht. x 23.5" wd., framed size: 28" ht. x 34" wd.

Lot: 104 - Kathy Dench, "High Hopes II"

Framed limited edition lithograph by the artist, accompanied by a COA from Princess Cruises. Numbered 151/400 in pencil and signed lower left in pencil. Sight size: 28" ht. x 22" wd., framed size: 29.5" ht,. x 33.5" wd.

Lot: 105 - Ander Kase, "Waterlilies V", Lithograph

A limited edition lithograph by Kase, accompanied by COA from Princess Cruises. Numbered 276/400 and signed to the lower right in pencil. Sight size: 20" ht. x 20" wd., framed size: 32" ht. x 32" wd.

Lot: 106 - "Child in Berlin, 1977" Serigraph by David Bowie

David Bowie (English, 1947-2016). A limited edition (86/450) serigraph by David Bowie, signed and numbered in graphite to lower margin. 27" x 25" (sight), 34" x 32" (framed).

Lot: 107 - Abstract Oil on Board Painting

Unsigned, an oil on board abstract work. 43" x 37" (framed).

Lot: 108 - Monumental Abstract Oil on Canvas

A large-scale abstract oil on canvas, titled to verso, unsigned, but from a mid-century Cincinnati artist.  ht. 46" x wd. 60"

Lot: 109 - Graciela Boulanger "Ballerina Series"

Graciela Boulanger (Bolivia, b. 1935). A group of 7 works on paper, each color lithographs, each signed and numbered 42/100 in Roman numerals, and well framed. From the artist's series of 7 dance and ballerina subjects. Each work individually framed. Each sheet size 30.75" x 21.75". Frame sizes vary, as some are floated and others matted.

Lot: 110 - Dancer Scenes by Robert Heindel (American (1938-2005)

Each giclee on paper, executed by R. Heindel. Each signed and from editions of 250. Each sheet size ht. 36" x wd. 30".

Lot: 111 - Framed Giclee by Vladimir Kush, "Love Confession"

Giclee by Vladimir Kush; 52/250, 16" ht. x 12.5" wd. (sight), 22" ht. x 18" wd. (frame), signed on back with inscription. Purchased at the Longworth Gallery, Santa Fe, NM.

Lot: 112 - Collection of Five Merle Rosen Pastel Drawings

All unframed. Each 10" x 7"

Lot: 113 - Charley Harper Signed Lithograph "Birdie"

Titled "Birdie" and signed by Harper in pencil lowered right. Framed nicely with matching colored golf tee on bottom. Print size: 8.75" ht. x 8.25" wd., framed size: 17" ht. x 16" wd.

Lot: 114 - Attributed Sally Bowring Abstract Watercolor and Acrylic Floral

Framed and matted, unsigned. Framed size: 34" ht. x 26" wd.

Lot: 115 - "Lakota Vision" Lithograph by Frank Howell

Frank Howell (American, 1937-1997). Lithograph in colors, titled in plate, and signed in graphite, numbered 29/75. 24" x 12" (sight), 36.5" x 24.5" (framed).

Lot: 116 - American Indian Hunt Scene by Nono

A contemporary oil on canvas depiction of an American Indian hunt scene in the plains. Bright blue sky in the background and three subjects dominate the center. Set into a wood and painted carved frame. Sight size: 24". ht. x 26" wd., framed size: 32" ht. x 44" wd.

Lot: 117 - R.C. Gorman Oil on Canvas Landscape

R.C. Gorman (Native American, 1931-2005). Oil on canvas, depicting a mountainous Southwestern landscape, signed on verso and titled "The Spirit of the Mountain". Purchased directly from the estate of Gorman, following his death.  7.5" x 9.5" (sight), 10" x 12" (framed). From the collection of Dr. Gerald and Barbara Theisen, Georgetown, KY and New Mexico. 

Lot: 118 - Pastel Mother and Child by R.C Gorman

R.C. Gorman (Native American, 1931-2005). Pastel on paper, depicting a half length mother with child, signed and dated 71 l.l. 19.5" x 20.5" (sight), 26.5" x 27.5" (framed). From the collection of Dr. Gerald and Barbara Theisen, Georgetown, KY and New Mexico. 

Lot: 119 - Bev Doolittle Signed Triptych Lithograph

Numbered 6764/48000 and signed in pencil to the lower right. A triptych depicting American Indians stealing cavalry mounts, titled "Two More Indian Horses". Size of each print panel: 12" ht. x 12" wd., total framed size: 19.25" ht. x 46.75" wd.

Lot: 120 - Bev Doolittle Signed Numbered Lithograph

Numbered 20167/69996 and signed in pencil to the lower right hand portion. Depicting an American Indian hunter on horseback in wintertime wooded landscape. Print size: 11.5" ht. x 38.5" wd., framed size: 20" ht. x 47" wd.

Lot: 121 - "Pueblo de Adobe" by Bernaldez

Oil on canvas, housed in a giltwood frame, depicting a Pueblo subject, signed l.r. and inscribed on verso. 25" x 35" (sight), 35" x 46" (framed)

Lot: 122 - Woody Big Bow (Kiowa, 1915-1988)

With biographical information on back affixed to the painting. A Tempera and graphite profile depiction of a Native American on woven paper. Signed in graphite to the lower right. Sight size: 15" ht. x 11" wd., framed size: 23" ht. x 19" wd. This piece was acquired from a Kiowa Indian Reservation, Oklahoma. Big Bow's father was Chief of Kiowa Nation. 

Lot: 123 - "Song of Creation" Etching by Gene Kloss

Gene Kloss (American, 1903-1996). Etching and drypoint on paper, and "Artist's Proof" of one of Kloss' most enduring subjects. Signed and titled in margin. 12" x 14.75" (plate size), 19" x 22" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 124 - "Far Across the Rio Grande" by Gene Kloss

Gene Kloss (American, 1903-1996). Etching and drypoint on paper. Signed and titled in margin, and noted as "Artist's Proof". Matted, but unframed, and accompanied by a period biography of the artist. From the Estate of Walter Sorge, fellow artist and friend of Kloss. 10" x 14" (plate size). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 125 - Pair of Wooden Inlaid Trays by Couroc of Monterey

One depicting cat figure with crown and the other with three ducks. Both measuring at 12" ht. x 18" wd. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 126 - Stetson Hat in Original Box from Amarillo, Texas

Housed in original box. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 127 - Skeeter Vail Navajo Pottery Vase

A decorated vase by Skeeter Vail, signed to the underside. Ht. 5".

Lot: 128 - Collection of Southwestern Weavings

Including 7 Southwestern weavings in various styles and sizes.  

Lot: 129 - Paha Ska Hide Painting

Paha Ska (Native American, 20th century). Paint on hide, with several vignettes, signed l.c. 41" x 40".

Lot: 130 - Southwestern and Nemadji Pottery

10 examples of Southwestern pottery, including a wedding jar, 3 signed jars, a storyteller, 2 pieces of Nemadji pottery, and a large glazed jar. Largest ht. 10".

Lot: 131 - Pair of John Begay Sand Paintings

John Begay (20th century), a pair of sand paintings under glass, each signed and titled on verso. Each ht. 17" x wd. 9" (framed).

Lot: 132 - Pair of Eskimo Soapstone Carvings

Including a dog sleigh, and a walrus. Walrus is signed to the underside. Ht. of tallest 4.5".

Lot: 133 - Pair of Blackware Vessels, Cherokee and Santa Domingo

Pair of blackware vessels, including one incised example by Marie Pacheco, Santa Domingo, and another Cherokee example by Louise Bigmeat Maney. Tallest ht. 3.5"

Lot: 134 - Two Harper's Weekly Cincinnati Themed Prints

One depicting the Democratic convention in Cincinnati, and the other discussing the Cincinnati Exposition, both framed and size at 21.5 ht. x 16" wd.

Lot: 135 - Josef Warkany Cincinnati Etching

Titled "Backyard Cincinnati" and signed Warkany lower right in pencil. A nice Cincinnati, Ohio downtown depiction. Plate size: 10" ht. x 7.75" wd., framed size: 17" ht. x 14.5" wd.

Lot: 136 - Lewis Henry Meakin Large Venetian Etching

Depicting Santa Maria Della Soluto, Venice. Signed to the lower left in pencil. Dated and titled in plate, 1886. Housed in a simple mahogany frame under glass. Sight size: 11" ht. x 17" wd., framed size: 21" ht. x 25" wd.

Lot: 137 - Pair of Ohio River Impressions

A pair of prints, one etching and one lithograph, depicting the Ohio River, one from Cincinnati and another from Louisville. Largest 18" x 15" (framed).

Lot: 138 - Venetian Etching by Milan Petrovic

Milan Petrovic (American/Cincinnati, 1893-1978). Etching on paper, depicting Venetian canal with bridge, blindstamped , signed and numbered in margin. Unframed, 7" x 10" (plate size).

Lot: 139 - Lewis Henry Meakin Pencil Drawing of Two Children

An 1884 study drawing by Meakin depicting two young girls in dresses, signed to the lower right and dated. Size of drawing: 8.5" ht. x 10" wd.

Lot: 140 - Lewis Henry Meakin (1850-1917), Five Etchings

A collection of five Meakin etchings depicting various European scenes, many depicting scenes from Munich, Germany. All pencil signed to the lower right and signed in plate with title/city. Largest etching size: 3" ht. x 10.5" wd.

Lot: 141 - Collection of Four Cincinnati/Regional Etchings

Two by Charles Svendsen, one signed AGM in plate depicting a riverboat and one Robert Blum "etched by himself for the studio". Largest size is the Robert Blum sized at: 8" ht. x 5.5" wd.

Lot: 142 - Collection of Cincinnati / Ohio Related Etchings

Most pulled from books depicting Cincinnati proper, the Ohio River and Duveneck's studio.

Lot: 143 - John Henry Twachtmann Pair of Etchings

One fine etching depicting a harbor scene, and another pulled from Harper's Weekly. Both signed in plate to the lower right. The original etching by Twachtmann is signed "J.H.T." in the lower right, and is sized at: 4.75" ht. x 6.75" wd.

Lot: 144 - Lewis Henry Meakin Framed London Etching

A nice quaint etching by the Thames and London, 1886, by Meakin during his travels abroad. With Closson's gallery label on verse. Framed under glass. Etching size: 2" ht. x 4.5" wd., framed size: 8.5" ht. x 11.5" wd.

Lot: 145 - Kenneth Ozier (Cincinnati, 1905-1978), Pencil Drawing

A profile pencil drawing by Ozier depicting a woman with diamond headband, signed "K.O." to the lower right and matted. Sight size: 4.5" ht. x 3" wd.

Lot: 146 - A Collection of Four Etchings with Varying Subjects

One by R. Stanley-Brown, one by Stose and one by Glen Tracy. The Fourth etching is unsigned and untitled. The other three are all signed. Largest size is the etching by Glen Tracy: 13" ht. x 18" wd.

Lot: 147 - Dixie Selden (1871-1936) Aquatint with Maysville, KY provenance

Depicting Mrs. Harbeson of Maysville, Kentucky. An Early 20th century aquatint by Dixie Selden, signed in the lower left in pencil, and housed in a simple frame matted. Plate size: 6.5" ht. x 4.5" wd., framed size: 13.5" ht. x 10.5" wd.

Lot: 148 - Albert Valentien California Watercolor

Watercolor on paper, unsigned but part of a collection which sold at Cincinnati Art Galleries.  ht. 20" x wd. 12" 

Lot: 149 - E.T. Hurley Cincinnati Etching

A nighttime etching by Hurley, depicting a bridge at dusk, with riverboats. Signed in plate lower left and signed in pencil lower right, dated 1933, housed in a simple frame. Plate size: 11.75" ht. x 8.75" wd., framed size: 19" ht. x 15.25" wd.

Lot: 150 - Cincinnati Ohio River Landscape

A finely done oil depicting the Ohio River and the Cincinnati cityscape, likely late 19th century. Signed indistinctly to bottom right, housed in a simple wooden frame. Sight size: 20" ht. x 28" wd., framed size: 23" ht. x 31" wd.

Lot: 151 - John Rettig (1855-1932)

Watercolor, pastel and oil on paper depiction of a Cincinnati riverboat, signed lower right and dated 1915. A substantial work by Rettig, in fantastic condition, framed under glass. Sight size: 19" ht. x 24" wd., framed size: 31" ht. x 34.5" wd.

Lot: 152 - Large Oil Landscape by Lewis Henry Meakin

Lewis Henry Meakin (American/Cincinnati, 1850-1917). Oil on canvas, depicting a large landscape at dusk, executed in Meakin's impressionist manner. Signed l.r. 32" x 36" (sight), 38" x 44" (framed).

Lot: 152A - Lewis Henry Meakin Large River Scene

Oil on board, rural river scene with two figures in foreground and farm buildings in landscape. Sight 20.75" ht. x 32.75" wd.; frame 28" ht. x 40" wd.

Lot: 153 - Civil War Union Encampment by Ira C. Denise

Ira C. Denise (American, 1840-?), signed l.l., Most notable as a Cincinnati landscape painter, Ira C. Denise enlisted with the New York National Guard Zouaves during the Civil War. A member of the 10th Infantry Regiment, Denise served for two years, from 1861-1863. During that time, Denise made sketches of his surroundings - this painting could have been made after a preliminary drawing. Depicted here is the Zouave encampment with possibly Middletown or Boonsboro, MD in the background. This is a probable site because the 10th Regiment was stationed there in September 1862. sight size: 8.75" ht. x 13.75" wd., framed size: 12" ht. x 16.5" wd.

Lot: 154 - Dixie Selden (1871-1936), Oil on Board

A finely done oil on board by iconic Cincinnati painter, Dixie Selden, depicting a Middle Eastern man and woman on the steps of a stately piece of architecture. A nice work, with great color. Signed on verso, and dated 1933 in pencil. Sight size: 18" ht. x 14.75" wd., framed size: 20.5" ht. x 17.5" wd.

Lot: 155 - Monumental Robert J. Smith Landscape in Newcomb/Macklin Frame

Monumental Robert J. Smith Landscape in Newcomb/Macklin frame. Accompanied by file of correspondence between artist and the church that commissioned the work.  36" x 72" (sight), 45" x 81" (frame)

Lot: 156 - Thomas Jefferson Willison Tonalist Landscape

Oil on board, signed to the lower left by Willison. Depicting a farm with two large trees in middle-ground. Sight size: 11.5" ht. x 19.5" wd., framed size: 18.5" ht. x 26.5" wd.

Lot: 157 - Herbert Bolivar Tschudy Yellow Springs Landscape

Oil on board. With label affixed to verso, signed by the artist and titled in pen, "Yellow Springs, Ohio". Sight size: 9.5" ht. x 13" wd., framed size: 11.5" ht. x 15" wd.

Lot: 158 - Landscape by Martin Rettig from Cincy Art Club

Martin Rettig (American/Cincinnati, 1869-1956). Oil on canvas, depicting a forested landscape, signed l.r. With a Cincinnati Art Club label to verso. 9.75" x 6.5" (sight), 13" x 10.75" (framed).

Lot: 159 - Large Seascape by Gertrude Grigorov

Gertrude Grigorov (Russian/American, 20th century). Oil on canvas, signed l.r. 24" x 30" (sight), 32" x 38" (framed).

Lot: 160 - Large Scale Landscape by Gertrude Grigorov

Gertrude Grigorov (Russian/American, 20th Century). Oil on canvas, depicting a mountain range and lake, signed l.r. 24" x 30" (sight), 32" x 39" (framed).

Lot: 161 - Pair of Oil Landscape by Gertrude Grigorov

Gertrude Grigorov (Russian/American, 20th Century). A pair of oil on canvas subjects, including a landscape with brook and a coastal scene, each signed in lower portion. Largest 19.5" x 17" (framed).

Lot: 162 - Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953), Landscape

A vibrant landscape by Sharp, likely southwestern, with meandering brook and mountains in the background. Signed lower right "J.H. Sharp". Sight size: 11" ht. x 14" wd., framed size: 13" ht. x 16.5" wd.

Lot: 163 - Charles Meurer (1865-1955), Civil War Trompe L'oeil

Oil on canvas with placard reading "C. Meurer". A dark, civil war themed still life with rifle and uniform in background, housed in a walnut frame. Sight size: 18.5" ht. x 30" wd., framed size: 30" ht. x 41" wd.

Lot: 164 - Charles S. Kaelin, "Autumn Landscape"

Signed lower left "C.S. Kaelin", oil on canvas, with gallery label on verso from the Spanierman Gallery, New York City. Housed in a gilt and wood frame. Sight size: 16" ht. x 18" wd., framed size: 19.5" ht. x 21.5" wd.

Lot: 165 - Cincinnati Landscape by T.J. Willison

Thomas Jefferson Willison (American/Cincinnati, 1864-1940). Oil on canvasboard, signed l.r. 12" x 14" (sight), 15" x 17" (framed).

Lot: 166 - Landscape by "Long John" Reilly

John Good Reilly (American/Cincinnati, 1858-1937). Also known as "Long John" Reilly, due to his exceptional career as a member of the Cincinnati Reds, very early in their history during the 1880s. Simultaneously Reilly also worked as a lithographer for the Strobridge Lithography Company, and moved from catcher to infield in order to protect his hands. Gouache and watercolor on paper, signed in graphite l.r. 9.75" x 7.5" (sight), 17.5" x 14.5" (framed).

Lot: 167 - Emma Mendenhall Watercolor of a Street Scene

Emma Mendenhall (American/Cincinnati, 1873-1964).  Watercolor on paper, signed l.l., and likely depicting Mexico, where the artist traveled often with fellow painter Dixie Selden (American/Cincinnati, 1868-1935).  13.5" x 17.5" (sight), 21" x 24" (framed).

Lot: 168 - Kentucky/Virginia Landscape by Sam Witt

Sam Witt (Kentucky/Virginia, 1941-1972). Oil on canvas, depicting a lone figure approaching a stone bridge, with river and large structure across the river on a hillside. With newpaper article attached to verso, citing the artist's death in a car crash. Signed l.r. 23" x 27" (sight), 28" x 33" (framed). All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 169 - Kentucky Landscape by Frederick Wetterer

Frederick Wetterer (American/Kentucky, 20th century). An oil on canvas by the Maysville, KY artist, depicting a landscape through the opening of a building or barn, signed and dated 1968 l.r. 24" x 19.5" (sight), 29" x 25" (framed). From the estate of the late Charles Cotterill, Mayor of Maysville, KY and avid collector. 

Lot: 170 - Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953) Watercolor

A horizontal watercolor study by well-known western painter, Joseph Henry Sharp, during his time in Germany. Label on verso details the work as a study of a stream while Sharp resided in Germany. Label was placed on verso by one of Sharp's students. Dated 1889 and signed in pencil lower left, with Closson's label affixed to back. Sight size: 7" ht. x 15" wd., framed size: 15" ht. x 23" wd.

Lot: 171 - John Rettig, (Cincinnati, 1858-1932)

Oil on board Dutch windmill landscape scene with figures, housed in a gilt frame. Signed lower right, and dated 1906. Sight size: 15" ht. x 11.5" wd., framed size: 21" ht. x 17.5" wd.

Lot: 172 - John Rettig, (Cincinnati, 1858-1932)

A fine example of Rettig's Dutch work, oil on canvas harbor scene housed in a gilt frame. Signed lower left and dated 1929. Sight size: 19.5" ht. x 23.5" wd., framed size: 25" ht. 29" wd.

Lot: 173 - Carl Zimmerman (American, 1900-1985), Oil Landscape

An oil on canvas landscape by Zimmerman, depicting a barn and rural scene, signed lower right. Sight size: 11.5" ht. x 15.5" wd., framed size: 16.25" ht. x 20" wd.

Lot: 174 - William McKendree Snyder (Indiana, 1848-1930)

A fine autumn landscape depicting a trail through the forest by Snyder, signed in the lower right in red ink, framed, late 19th century. Sight size: 9.75" ht. x 13.5" wd., framed size: 17" ht. x 21" wd.

Lot: 175 - William McKendree Snyder (Indiana, 1848-1930)

Oil on canvas. A classic Snyder scene, densely wooded with fall palette. A babbling brook cascades through rock and felled trees. Clear two-toned signature to the l.r. 11.5" ht. x 19.5" wd. (sight), 17.5" ht. x 25.5" wd. (frame). William McKendree Snyder (1848-1930) was an American painter active in Indiana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is best known for his highly detailed fall landscapes of Indiana, primarily Brown County and Brown County foliage. His work has remained collectible over the past three decades, and many of his paintings are housed in institutions throughout Indiana and the Midwest.

Lot: 176 - William McKendree Snyder (Indiana, 1848-1930)

"Fall Landscape with Bridge." Oil on canvas landscape of a wooded scene with a road and bridge opening into a clearing. Gallery label to the verso. Signed to the l.r. 9.5" ht. x 19.5" wd. (sight), 13.75" ht. x 23.75" wd. (frame). William McKendree Snyder (1848-1930) was an American painter active in Indiana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is best known for his highly detailed fall landscapes of Indiana, primarily Brown County and Brown County foliage. His work has remained collectible over the past three decades, and many of his paintings are housed in institutions throughout Indiana and the Midwest.

Lot: 177 - Winter Landscape by George Herbert Baker

George Herbert Baker (American/Indiana, 1878-1943). Oil on canvas, signed l.r., and depicting a snowy landscape with rolling hills. 13.5" x 19.5" (sight), 17" x 23" (framed).

Lot: 178 - Francis F. Brown Indiana Scene "Brookville Meadow"

Francis Focer Brown (American/Indiana, 1891-1971). Oil on board, a vibrant and impressionist landscape of a "Brookville Meadow", Indiana, signed l.l. 15" x 22" (sight), 22" x 27" (framed).

Lot: 179 - Indiana Landscape by Harry Townsend

Harry R. Townsend (American/Indiana, 1885-1968). Oil on academy board, depicting a winter landscape, signed l.r. 15" ht. x 19.5" wd. (sight), 20" ht x 24" wd. (frame)

Lot: 180 - Pearl Snyder Wade Indiana Landscape

Pearl Snyder Wade (American/Indiana, 20th century). Watercolor on paper, executed in a similar manner to her father, well known Indiana landscapist William McKendree Snyder (1848-1930). Signed l.r. 7" x 10.5" (sight), 14" x 17.5" (framed).

Lot: 181 - Indiana Landscape by Ray Myers

Titled "November Blanket", oil on board, Indiana winter landscape, housed in a gilt frame and inscribed on verso with title and artists name. Sight size: 15" ht. x 19.5" wd., framed size: 20.5" ht. x 24" wd.

Lot: 182 - Frank Girardin (1856-1945), Indiana Landscape

A nice, vertical Indiana forest landscape, oil on board in gilt frame depicting fall foliage and colors. Sight size: 11" ht. x 6" wd., framed size: 15" ht. x 10" wd., under glass. Signed L.L.

Lot: 183 - Lawrence McConaha (1894-1962), Richmond Landscape

Titled "Road in the Woods" and signed by the artist on verso with artist's address, oil on board. Signed lower right. Sight size: 7.5" ht. x 9.5" wd., framed size: 10.5" ht. x 12.5" wd.

Lot: 184 - Lawrence McConaha (1894-1962)

Pair of pastels landscapes, one depicting a farmstead and the other a wooded area. Both framed, and both framed size: 9" ht. x 11" wd.

Lot: 185 - William McKendree Snyder (Indiana, 1848-1930)

A vast landscape by Snyder, depicting a flock of birds flying through the scenic mountainous landscape. A body of water stretches into the horizon, with McKendree's traditional autumn foliage and trees to the left side of the work. A highly detailed, large and exceptional example of the artist's work. In the manner of the Hudson River School of artists. Signed in center with curved signature to rock. Housed in a wood and gilt frame. Sight size: 16.25" ht. x 28" wd., framed size: 21" ht. x 33" wd. William McKendree Snyder (1848-1930) was an American painter active in Indiana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is best known for his highly detailed fall landscapes of Indiana, primarily Brown County and Brown County foliage. His work has remained collectible over the past three decades, and many of his paintings are housed in institutions throughout Indiana and the Midwest.

Lot: 186 - William McKendree Snyder (Indiana, 1848-1930)

"Autumn Beeches" by Indiana's McKendree Snyder, titled in the placard to the lower middle and signed to the lower right "W. McK Snyder". A winding country road weaves itself through Fall beeches dropping their leaves. Housed in a nice, period gilt painted frame. Gallery label affixed to back noting that the piece was sold in Cincinnati, Ohio on Fourth Street. The label is partially gone, so the dealers first name is illegible. Sight size: 11.5" ht. x 17.5" wd., framed size: 15.75" ht. x 21.75" wd. William McKendree Snyder (1848-1930) was an American painter active in Indiana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is best known for his highly detailed fall landscapes of Indiana, primarily Brown County and Brown County foliage. His work has remained collectible over the past three decades, and many of his paintings are housed in institutions throughout Indiana and the Midwest.  

Lot: 187 - William McKendree Snyder (Indiana, 1848-1930)

Oil on canvas, untitled. A beaten path shoots through towering beech trees, spilling into a meadow with farm-related buildings. Signed clearly to l.r. 11.5" ht. x 17.5" wd. (sight), 14.5" ht. x 20.5" wd. (framed). William McKendree Snyder (1848-1930) was an American painter active in Indiana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is best known for his highly detailed fall landscapes of Indiana, primarily Brown County and Brown County foliage. His work has remained collectible over the past three decades, and many of his paintings are housed in institutions throughout Indiana and the Midwest.

Lot: 188 - Frank Girardin (1856-1945), Autumn Landscape

Oil on board, with impasto technique throughout, autumn landscape, signed lower right, in simple gilt frame. Sight size: 9.5" ht. x 13.5" wd., framed size: 11.5" ht. x 15.5" wd.

Lot: 189 - Francis H. McKay Landscape

Francis H. McKay (American, b. 1880). Oil on canvasboard, signed l.l. 8.5" x 11.25" (sight), 16" x 19" (framed). From the estate of the late Charles Cotterill, Mayor of Maysville, KY and avid collector. 

Lot: 190 - Fine Group of Kentucky Kent Hagerman Etchings

A group of 8 total etchings, each framed, and all of Kentucky subjects, particularly Louisville. Each signed and titled in margin, and with descriptive text to verso. The following titles are included: "Kentucky Tobacco Auction", ""Kentucky Tobacco Patch", "Administration Building, U. of L.", "State Capital- Frankfort, KY", "Evening Shower, Courthouse, Louisville", "The Valley View Ferry and the Ferry Boat 'Julia'", "Bluegrass Idol", and finally a duplicate of tobacco patch. Each 14.5" ht. x 18" wd. (framed).

Lot: 191 - Michael Noakes, Oil on Board

An oil on board dusk scene depicting a winding road with buildings, signed lower left and dated 1967/71. Sight size: 13.75" ht x 17.75" wd., framed size: 17.5" ht. x 21" wd.

Lot: 192 - American Scene Oil on Board by Fern

Depicting a lone truck amidst commercial properties, signed lower right "Fern" and dated 1950. Sight size: 19.25" ht. x 23.25" wd., framed size: 24" ht. x 28" wd.

Lot: 193 - Six Piece Ceramic Tile Landscape

A folk painted farm scene landscape executed on six smaller pieces of ceramic, housed in a faux craquelure, green painted frame. Sight size: 7" ht. x 10.5" wd., framed size: 13.5" ht. x 17.5" wd.

Lot: 194 - Three Fine Sporting Illustrations

A group of three watercolor and gouache illustrations of pointers, one with hunter, and almost certainly intended for illustration. One with copious inscriptions on verso, as well as illustration information. Each 11" x 7" (unframed).

Lot: 195 - "Detroit River" by Percy Mixon Morris

Percy Mixon Morris (American, 19th century). Watercolor on paper, an atmospheric view of the "Detroit River" as inscribed l.l., with single freighter in close view and a harbor behind. 9.5" x 13.5" (sight), 19" x 22" (framed).

Lot: 196 - Howard Cook (Am., 1901-1980), Wood Engraving

Signed in pencil to the lower right portion of the margin. Size of engraving: 2.75" ht. x 3.5" wd., framed size: 21" ht. x 16" wd.

Lot: 197 - Svend Svendsen (Norway, 1864-1944)

A dark winter scene by Svendsen depicting a winding country road. Sight size: 13.25" ht. x 7" wd., framed size: 17" ht. x 11" wd.

Lot: 198 - Modernist Beach Scene by H. Weisser

H. Weisser (20th Century). Oil on canvas, depicting boats moored on the beach. signed l.l. 15.5" x 17.5" wd. (sight), 22" x 25.5" (framed).

Lot: 199 - Oil Still Life of Fruit by Ingwersen

Oil on board, a loosely rendered still life of a table with fruit, cup and flowers, signed l.l. 15.5" x 20" (sight), 22" ht. x 26.5" wd. (framed) Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 200 - Harbor Scene by Fred Lawrence Messersmith, AWS

Fred Lawrence Messersmith (American, 1924-2009). Watercolor on paper, signed l.r. and dated 62, depicting a harbor. 20.5" x 29.5" (sight), 30" x 38" (framed). Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 201 - Sanford Brooks, "Harbor at Rhodes Greece" Watercolor

A large watercolor by the late Brooks depicting Rhodes Harbor in Greece, with original label and Closson's tag on verso. Nicely framed in a simple maple frame under plexiglass. Sight size: 22" ht. x 29" wd., framed size: 31" ht. x 38" wd.

Lot: 203 - Sanford Brooks (1915-1994), Framed Watercolor

A watercolor harbor scene by the late American Watercolor Society artist, Sanford Brooks. Nicely framed. framed size: 29" ht. x 37" wd.

Lot: 204 - Sanford Brooks (1915-1994), Framed Watercolor

A Carribean watercolor scene by the late American Watercolor Society artist, Sanford Brooks, signed.  Framed size: 33" ht. x 40" wd.

Lot: 205 - Collection of 35 Sanford Brooks Watercolors

All unframed, directly from the estate of Sanford and Virginia Brooks. Standard size for majority of the works: 22" ht. x 30" wd.

Lot: 206 - Sanford Brooks (1915-1994), Framed Watercolor

A watercolor harbor scene by the late American Watercolor Society artist, Sanford Brooks. Nicely framed. framed size: 24" ht. x 30" wd.

Lot: 207 - V. Childe, "Quarry" Watercolor

Signed V. Childe to the lower right and nicely framed. Framed size: 23.5" ht. x 29.5" wd.

Lot: 208 - Virginia Brooks Watercolor, "After School"

Signed V. Brooks to the lower right. Depicting kids playing in the snow. Framed size: 21" ht. x 28" wd.

Lot: 209 - Sanford Brooks (1915-1994), Framed Watercolor

Signed lower right, depicting the Lincoln statue. Framed size: 28" ht. x 35" wd.

Lot: 210 - George Hopkins (1855-1924) Watercolor on Paper

A watercolor harbor scene with large chuch in background, signed to the lower right in pencil. 11.5" ht. x 19" wd.

Lot: 211 - Don Dennis, AWS Boat Scene Watercolor

A framed watercolor, signed to the lower right by Dennis, depicting a large two-masted ship. Sight size: 21" ht. x 28.5" wd., framed size: 29" ht. x 36" wd.

Lot: 212 - WPA Era Oil on Board Landscape

A nicely done WPA era work by an unknown artist. Oil on board, depicting a winding road on a bluff. Size: 13.5" ht. x 17" wd.

Lot: 213 - Riverboat Landscape by G.W. Shober

G.W. Shober (20th Century). Oil on canvas, depicting a boat along a river, likely the Ohio, signed l.r. 24" x 29" (sight), 29" x 35" (framed).

Lot: 214 - John Whorf Ink and Wash, Ducks in Flight

John Whorf (American, 1903-1959). An ink and wash on paper, depicting ducks in flight over a wave, signed l.r. 8" x 11" (sight), 14.5" x 17.5" (framed).

Lot: 215 - Louise S. Muir, Pair of Landscapes

Both signed, labeled and titled on back. Both oil on board. One titled "Redstone Lake" and the other "Birch Point Lake". Both scenes from Ontario, Canada, where the artist spent time. Sight size of both: 15.5" ht. x 11.75" wd., framed size of both: 20.5" ht. x 16" wd.

Lot: 216 - Hazel T. Re Oil on Canvas Seascape

An impasto painted oil on canvas seascape with diving seagulls, housed in a simple wooden frame. Signed to the lower right. Sight size: 16" ht. x 19.5" wd., framed size: 24" ht. x 28" wd.

Lot: 217 - Alexander Helwig Bryant (1836-1892) Tonalist Landscape

Oil on canvas landscape in tonalist manner, with nice gilt wood carved frame, signed lower right A.H. Wyant. Boos Gallery, July 18, 1991 marked to verso. Purchased from Dumouchelle's. Sight size: 14" ht. x 20" wd., framed size: 21" ht. x 29" wd.

Lot: 218 - Adam Lehr (1853-1924). "Autumn Landscape"

Oil on canvas framed landscape work by Lehr, likely late 19th century, signed lower right. With Mary Leonhard Ran label attached to verso detailing artist title and medium. Sight size: 17.5" ht. x 23.75" wd., framed size: 24" ht. x 30" wd.

Lot: 219 - Pair of Eastern European Winter Landscapes

Signed indistinctly in the lower right, and both housed in nice wood carved frames. Depicting winter scenes with people. Oil on board. Both with Wally Findlay gallery tag on backing. Both framed size: 11" ht. x 13" wd.

Lot: 220 - Pair of Autumn Landscapes by P. Wesley

One depicting a hunter amidst the fall foliage, and another a body of water in autumn. Both are oil on board, and both housed in the same carved frame. Both signed lower right. Both sight size: 7.5" ht. x 9.5" wd., both framed size: 12" ht. x 14" wd.

Lot: 221 - James McDougal Hart, Delaware River Scene

Oil on canvas by Hart depicting the Delaware River, with farmland and church in the background, figures in the foreground. Housed in a gilt wooden frame. 13.5" ht. x 21.5" wd., framed size: 18.5" ht. x 26" wd.

Lot: 222 - Evelynne Mess Daily Etching, "In the Bay"

Signed in pencil to the lower right and titled in the lower left hand margin. Etching size: 6" ht. x 6.75" wd., framed size: 12" ht. x 14" wd.

Lot: 223 - Landscape by Chicago Artist WIlliam Kaufmann

William Kaufmann (Chicago, 19th/20th century). Oil on canvas, depicting a swan in the forest, signed l.r. 18" x 13.5" (sight), 23" x 19" (framed).

Lot: 224 - Guy Coheleach and Other Limited Editions

Including a pair of well framed Guy Coheleach offset lithographs on paper, as well as a C. Don Enser print. Largest 40" (framed).

Lot: 225 - Three Framed Lithographs by John Ruthven

One "Snowy Owl" numbered 565/1000, one Eastern Wild Turkey numbered 21/1000, and one Union Terminal numbered 304/1000. All signed by Ruthven in pencil. Largest framed size is the Wild Turkey: 26" ht. x 32" wd.

Lot: 226 - Collection of William Zimmerman Framed Lithographs

A group of 5 offset lithographs, each by William Zimmerman (American, 20th century). Each offset numbered lithographs on paper, signed in graphite, and well framed. Largest 33" x 39" (framed).

Lot: 227 - William Zimmerman, Waterfowl of North America

A large bound Waterfowl of North America book by Zimmerman, numbered 373/1000 and signed by Zimmerman on the inside of the first page. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Louisville, KY. Size: 22" ht. x 28" wd.

Lot: 228 - Charlie Morgan, Tenn. Carved Bird

Charlie Morgan (Tennessee, 20th century). A folk art carved and painted bird, peering downward. Ht. 10".

Lot: 229 - Collection of Three Framed Wildlife/Historical Prints

One print by Guy Coheleach numbered 247/950 and signed in pencil, one print by Roger Peterson numbered 468/950 depicting bluebirds and signed lower right and one Don Griffiths Custer Battlefield Poster dedicated to the Hoskins Family and signed by Griffiths. Framed size of Coheleach: 25" ht. x 39" wd., framed size of Peterson: 29" ht. x 35" wd., framed size of Custer poster: 26.5" ht. x 40" wd.

Lot: 230 - Harper's Weekly Planter's Hotel Print

Framed size: 22" ht. x 29" wd.

Lot: 231 - Cal Kowal Cincinnati "Over the Rhine" Photograph

A nice image by Kowal, depicting a young man in downtown Cincinnati on Vine st., dedicated on verso by Kowal and dated to 1975. Image size: 7" ht. x 7" wd.

Lot: 232 - Collection of Decorative Paintings and Prints

A large group of small decorative paintings, prints, and frames porcelain paintings. Varying sizes, all small. 

Lot: 233 - Four Oil Paintings, Various Artists

Including a landscape, signed C. Watson l.r., an oil on canvas of a Southwestern mission, signed l.r. and titled to verso, a still life by Virginia Hayes, signed and dated 1975 l.r., and finally an abstract portrait of a musician by Iberck, signed and dated 61 l.l. Largest is first landscape, 28" x 40" (framed).

Lot: 234 - Pair of Lithographs by Harry Meeks, San Francisco

Each signed and titled in lower margin, depicting the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco, respectively. Both 13" ht. x 11" wd. (framed)

Lot: 235 - The Great Sailing Ships of the World, Sterling Silver

Produced by the Franklin Mint in solid sterling silver, these four sterling silver silhouettes depict four different sailing vessels of the world. The Clipper Ship Cutty Sark, the Schooner Yacht America, the Frigate la Belle Poule and finally the Nao Santa Maria. All accompanied with certificates of authenticty from the Franklin Mint. All under protective glass and covered in non-tarnish material. Housed in dark wood walnut frames. All framed size: 21.5" ht. x 25.5" wd.

Lot: 236 - "Portrait of a Lion" by Leroy Neiman

Leroy Neiman (American, 1921-2012). Lithograph on paper, signed in hand l.r., and in plate l.r., with information to verso. 26" x 20" (sight), 39" x 32" (framed). Purchased from Art Showcase in California.

Lot: 237 - "Portrait of a TIger" by Leroy Neiman

Leroy Neiman (American, 1921-2012). Lithograph on paper, signed in hand l.r., and in plate l.r., with information to verso. 21" x 20" (sight), 33" x 31" (framed). Purchased from Art Showcase in California. 

Lot: 238 - "Bengal Tiger" by John Ruthven

John Ruthven (American/Cincinnati, 1924-2020). Offset lithograph on paper, signed in graphite and numbered in margin. 20.5" x 19" (framed).

Lot: 239 - 19th Century Landscape with Nudes Signed F. Miller

On an old stretcher, housed in a heavy gilted frame and nicely done. Depicting a nude man choking another man with female nude in background. Sight size: 18" ht. x 13.25" wd., framed size: 25" ht. x 20" wd.

Lot: 240 - Franz T. Simon (1877-1942)

Pair of Parisian aquatints, both signed in the lower right in pencil and editioned in the lower left. Both framed. Largest framed size: 19.75" ht. x 15.75" wd., smaller framed size: 15" ht. x 17" wd.

Lot: 241 - Robert McGown Coventry Harbor Scene

Robert McGown Coventry (Scottish, 1855-1914). Watercolor on paper, depicting a harbor. Signed l.r., and housed in period gilt and gesso frame. 9.5" x 13.5" (sight), 19" x 22" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 242 - Thames Riverscape by Wm. Th. Martin Hawksworth

William Th. Martin Hawksworth (English, 1853-1935). Watercolor on paper, signed l.l. 8.5" x 12.5" (sight), 14.5" x 19" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 243 - "A Perthsire Lochan" by Wycliffe Egginton

Wycliffe Egginton (Scottish, 1875-1951). Watercolor on paper, signed l.r., and with label to verso. 14" x 21" (sight), 23" x 29" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 244 - Wilhelm Jakob Hertling, Oil on Canvas

A nice impasto farm scene landscape, stamped with the artist's stamp on background and signed lower right. Sight size: 9.75" ht. x 13.5" wd., framed size: 16.5" ht. x 20.5" wd.

Lot: 245 - Pair of Portraits by Joseph Wallace King Vinciata

Joseph Wallace King Vinciata (Italian, 1911-1996). A pair of oils on panel, each in giltwood frames with painted arches, meant to resemble gesso. Each depicting a boy with classical architecture in the distance, each titled on verso and signed l.l. Previous owner's labels affixed to verso. Each 17.5" x 12.5" (framed).

Lot: 246 - Nicholas Briganti Oil of Venetian Canal

Nicholas Briganti (Italian, 1861-1944). Oil on canvas, depicting a broad, sweeping view of the Grand Canal in Venice, with a gondola in the foreground, signed l.r. Label to verso from J.J. Gillespie, Pittsburgh Gallery. 24" x 39" (sight), 31" x 46" (framed).

Lot: 247 - Continental Colored Etching

An etching in colors, probably Northern European, nicely framed and under glass. 29" x 34" (framed).

Lot: 248 - 18th Century English Folk Art Portrait of Child

English, 18th century. An oil on canvas portrait, depicting a child in dress, with toy in hand and pet by his side, with landscape to left side. All housed in a period ebonized frame, and with inscriptions to the verso of frame, and one old label, indistinct writing. 35.5" x 27.5" (sight), 42" x 33" (framed).

Lot: 249 - Large Color Lithograph Genre Scene in Gilt Frame

Late 19th century, a color lithograph in gilt and gesso frame. 39" X 33"

Lot: 250 - Venetian Scene, Oil on Canvas, Unsigned

A large venetian scene depicting the winding canal and St. Mark's Basilica in the background. Using the impasto technique with thick, layered brush strokes and housed in a contemporary gilt frame. Sight size: 23.5" ht. x 35.5" wd., framed size: 31.5" ht. x 43" wd.

Lot: 251 - "The Money Changer" Dutch Genre Oil

An interior scene depicting a money counter in the manner of the Dutch genre painters. Early 19th century. Oil on canvas, housed in a carved wood frame. Sight size: 29" ht. x 24.5" wd., framed size: 38" ht. x 33" wd.

Lot: 252 - Pastel Landscape by Otto Stark

Otto Stark (American/Indiana, 1859-1926). Pastel on paper, signed l.r. 13.5" x 10" (sight), 22" x 18" (framed). Painting has been recently conserved and framed. 

Lot: 253 - Anatole Krasnyansky (Russian, b. 1930)

A pair of serigraphs by Krasnyanski. The first titled “Rothenburg Sieber Tower Baveri”, 1998, L.E. 145/150. The second titled “Restov Kremlin Russia” 1998, L.E  13/19. Hand signed and hand embellished by artist. Both include certificates from Park West Gallery, and both framed in contemporary black frames. Both signed lower left. Sight size of both: 10.5" ht. x 9" wd., framed size of both: 19" ht. x 18" wd.

Lot: 254 - French Impressionist Street Scene by Vuotto

Oil on board, signed in red to the lower left. In the manner of Cortes and other 20th century French impressionist artists. A street scene, likely Paris, early 20th century. Sight size: 13.5" ht. x 9.5" wd., framed size: 16.5" ht. x 12.5" wd. 

Lot: 255 - European cityscape, signed Baudet

Oil on board. A 20th century French impressionist streetscape with horse drawn carriages and multiple figures, housed in a contemporary wood and gilt frame. With Guenthers label affixed to back from Cleveland, OH. Sight size: 15.75" ht. x 11.25" wd., framed size: 20" ht. x 16" wd. 

Lot: 256 - 19th Century Oil Portrait of a Woman

A fine European portrait of a woman sitting in half profile. Executed by a well-trained artist, likely late 19th century. Purchased in South Carolina from a private collection. Sight size: 31.5" ht. x 25" wd., framed size: 36" ht. x 28.5" wd. 

Lot: 257 - Handsome Cavalier by Alex de Andreis

Alex de Andreis (English, 1880-1929). A well executed oil on canvas, depicting a half-length uniformed cavalier, signed u.r. Housed in a substantive gilt and gesso frame. 28.5" x 23.5" (sight), 37" x 32" (framed).

Lot: 258 - Italian Shepherds by Filipo Indoni

Filipo Indoni (Italian, 1840-1903). Watercolor on paper, depicting a pair of figures flirting by the water, signed l.r. 14" x 22" (sight), 22" x 29" (framed).

Lot: 259 - George Milton Hammell Watercolor

A small framed watercolor depicting a country scene. Sight size: 6.75" ht. x 8.5" wd., framed size: 10" ht. x 12.5" wd.

Lot: 260 - Charles Klein (English), "Lelac de Gerardmer"

Charles Klein (English, 1854-1931), "Lelac de Gerardmer." Oil on canvas, signed l.r., with corresponding label, as well as label on verso stretcher with extensive inscription to include the title. A fine and busy subject with figures along the lake engaged in recreational activity; 15" x 24" (sight), 22" x 32" (framed).

Lot: 261 - Carle Vernet Portfolio of Equestrian Lithographs

A blue cover boarded portfolio of lithographs by Carle Vernet, published 20th century, also including a R.H. Palenske Lithograph. 16" x 12.5" (portfolio size).

Lot: 262 - Pheasant and Lizard Bronze by Jules Moigniez

Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894). A finely cast bronze in multiple castings to preserve a fine level of detail, signed near rocky outcropping at base. Lifetime 19th century casting. Depicting a pheasant rearing back at a lizard. Ht. 10.75", lg. 20.25".

Lot: 263 - Charles George Ferville-Suan (French) "Le Secret"

"Le Secret" bronze by Ferville-Suan (1847-1925), signed at the foot of the bronze by the artist and titled on the side of the base. Atop a fine walnut base. Height of bronze: 31" ht., height of bronze with base: 73.5" ht.

Lot: 264 - Bronze Bull by Stanley Kearl

Bronze figure of a bull by Stanley Kearl (American, 1913-1998). Included is an exhibition card with the work on cover, titled "Spain Revisited". Bronze lg. 11", ht. 3.25". All proceeds to benefit the Friedlander Family Fund

Lot: 265 - "Factories" Woodcut by Gregory Orloff

Gregory Orloff (Russian/American, 1890-1981). Woodcut on paper, signed and titled in margin. 5.25" x 5.5" (plate size), 13" x 12" (framed).

Lot: 266 - Frankart Lamp with Brain Globe

A plaster molded lamp withg figure, original intact brain globe present. Ht. 13".

Lot: 267 - Dutch Silver Miniature Carriage with Glass Cab

19th century, a Dutch silver horse and carriage, with globular cab in blue glass. Ht. 4.5".

Lot: 268 - Four Continental Bird Plates with Gilt Exterior

Gilt leaf mark to underside, a group of four 19th century plates with blue and gilt rims, each with bird decoration to reserves. Each diameter 9".

Lot: 269 - Matching Designed Prov Saxe Tea and Crumpets Vessels

A pair of porcelain serving vessels with central reserves, each marked to the underside. Ht. of pot 9".

Lot: 270 - Gorham Sterling Weighted Candelabras

A pair of sterling candelabra, each in Chantilly pattern, marked to underside. Ht. of each 13".

Lot: 271 - French Sterling Swan Centerpieces

A fine pair of 18th century swans, each marked 930 sterling for export. Ht. of each 7.75. Total weight 40.59 ozt.

Lot: 272 - Three Pieces of Murano Glass

One small dish with Murano tag on bottom, and two miniature vases. One in green blown glass with floral design and the other with blue and gilt striped design. The green blown glass vase is delicately thin in the round. Largest vessel height: 2.5", diameter: 4"

Lot: 272A - Lady's 18kt Yellow Gold Necklace with 7.85 ct. Emerald

A stunning lady's 18kt yellow gold necklace accompanied by appraisal from Robin James Jeweler's for $82,500. 18 inches in length, with one square shape step cut emerald = 12.82 x 12.64mm, (7.85 ct. approximate weight), deep fine green color, excellent saturation, slightly included, fine brightness and luster, set in a 18kt yellow gold sunburst style setting containing 32 full cut diamonds = 1.40 ct. approximate weight by measurement and 110 tapered baguette diamonds = 5.50 ct. approximate weight by measurement and an 18kt yellow gold chain attachment containing 24 straight cut baguette diamonds = 2.16 ct. approximate weight by measurement, 108 full cut diamonds = 7.50 ct. approximate weight by measurement and 28 full cut diamonds = .50 ct. approximate weight by measurement channeled set in the 18kt yellow gold catch, diamonds are averaging G-H Color SI1-SI2 Clarity.

Lot: 273 - Pair of Dante Form Bookends

A pair of gilt and plaster bookends with a Dante in thought. Ht. of each 6.5".

Lot: 274 - Royal Dux Bohemia Centerpiece

A Royal Dux Bohemia centerpiece with figural front, pair of handles, and colorful ground. With seal to underside, blind mark and other blue mark. Ht. 8.25".

Lot: 275 - Unusual Chinese Export Champleve Lamp

Early 20th century, a champleve lamp with enamel decorated subjects, which appear to be Southeast Asian or islandic subjects with exotic birds, soldiers and other designs. Overall ht. 25".

Lot: 276 - Venetian Stemware Glass

Mid-20th century, a Venetian glass stemware glass with swan central figure. Ht. 9.5"

Lot: 277 - Greek Sterling Dual Candelabra

A Greek Art Nouveau Candelabra, two stems, and with assay and other maker mark to base, weighted. Ht. 9.5"

Lot: 278 - French Porcelain Gilt and Green Porcelain Urns

20th century, a pair of classical porcelain urns with both gilt and green decoration, each marked to underside with feathered arrows and "France". Each ht. 14.5".

Lot: 279 - Pair of Lladro Porcelain Figural Groups

Including a pair of children astride a horse, as well as a girl pushing cart full of flowers and kittens, each marked to the underside. Tallest ht. 10.5".

Lot: 280 - Group of Wedgewood and Jasperware

A selection of 7 pieces of jasperware, with one Wedgewood caddy. Tallest ht. 8.5".

Lot: 281 - Russian Woodcut of a Walkway

A woodcut in two tones, signed and numbered to margin, also with Cyrillic label to verso. 8.5" x 6" (sight), 14.5" x 11" (framed).

Lot: 282 - Collection of VIntage Beaded Purses

A group of five purses, including a finely beaded, in the form of a Middle Eastern carpet, Parisian made purse, bejeweled. Largest 15" x 11".

Lot: 283 - French Ormolu Mantle Clock

A French brass ormolu mantle clock, cast to reveal floral and vegetation, enamel dial. Ht. 17"

Lot: 284 - Michael Nourot Art Glass Vase

A blue and lavender toned art glass vase, signed and dated to underside by Michael Nourot, co-worker and collaborator with Dale Chihuly. Ht. 11".

Lot: 285 - Thorens Music Box and Venetian Paperweight

A small Thorens music box and a millefiori paperweight. Box ht. 3" ht. x 5.5" wd. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 286 - Parade Flag and Miniature

A 48 star flag and a miniautre print, framed.

Lot: 287 - Three Pieces of American Furniture

Including a child's windsor, a small upholstered and brass legged stool, and a primitive toolbox. Tallest ht. 26". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 288 - Pair of English Tea Caddies

Each 19th century, one pear shaped example and another shell inlaid box. Tallest ht. 6.5". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 289 - Rookwood Tile Carew Tower Commemmorative Tile

Modern. In a red glaze, depicting the Carew Tower, Cincinnati, OH. 6" x 6" Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 290 - Collection of Three Decorative Arts Items

One ceramic abstract cow, one crystal swan and one tile depicting a hooded man. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 291 - Large Blue Glazed Ceramic Serving Bowl

Marked to underside with the words "Cape Cod". Diameter: 14" Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 292 - Three Porcelain Brush Pots Depicting Nude Women

All signed and dated to underside "B.C. 1958". Ht: 7" ea. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 293 - Pair of American Flags with Wooden Poles

The most patriotic lot in this fine sale, here you'll find two fine American flags upon wooden poles. 14" length Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 294 - Meixcan Pottery Family Trio

A piece of Mexican pottery depicting a family of three holding hands and circling one another. Ht. of vessel: 14" Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 295 - Sterling Silver Wm. Wiser and Son Vessel

9" length. 8.56 ozt. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 296 - Three Comical Wood Carved Ducks

All with wired feet and long bill. Three altogether. Tallest 7" ht. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 297 - Antique Ceramic Apple and Watermelon Jars

Apple has a lid that opens up to a vessel. Ht. of apple: 8" Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 298 - Pair of Italian Blue Glazed Ceramic Birds

Both marked to underside "Italy". Tallest ht: 12" Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 299 - Coca Cola Bottle Carrier

Painted wood carrier, with Coca Cola etched sides. Lg. 18". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 300 - Vintage Coca Cola Cooler

Ca. 1950s-60s, a red rectangular Coca Cola cooler. Ht. 12", wd. 18", dp. 8". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 301 - Polarois 95, B&H Magazine, and Rollei 35

Three cameras, including a Polaroid 95, a Bell and Howell Magazine camera in case, and a cased Rollei 35. Largest is case for B&H, lg. 10.5". Also includes a Baia Reviewer. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 302 - Modernist and Large Brass Mobile

Mid-century, a large and elaborate hanging mobile in brass, with oxidized surface. Artist unidentified. Ht. 46"

Lot: 303 - Curtis Jere Bronze Boy with Bell

Bronze, a figural group of boy with bell, all atop pair of wood stands. Ht. 21.5".

Lot: 304 - Persian Illustrated Manuscript

An inscribed and gouache Persian manuscript page, 19th century. 9.5" x 5.5" (sight), 15.5" x 13.5" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 305 - A Fine Chinese Portrait of Nude by Zhang Fa-Gen

Zhang Fa-Gen (Chinese, 20th century). Oil on masonite, depicting a nude standing against patterned wall, signed l.r., and with exhibition label to verso. 15.5" x 11.5" (sight), housed in a painted frame, 20" x 16" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 306 - Portrait by Ling Xiag Ye

Ling Xiag Ye (Chinese, 20th century). A bust portrait of a woman, oil on canvas, and signed on verso. Collected by Walter Sorge during a 1980s trip to China. 15.5" x 14.5" (sight), 17" x 16" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 307 - Fine Portrait by Zhang Fa-Gen, 1962

Titled "Wench" on verso, from an exhibition label, an oil on board, depicting a half-length girl fabulously rendered. Signed and dated l.r. Collected by artist Walter Sorge, likely while in China in the 1980s. 15" x 11" (sight), 22.5" x 19.5". From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 308 - Chinese Watercolor by 光新, 1986

A Chinese watercolor and wash, signed u.l. Housed in an impressive giltwood and painted frame. 33" x 50" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 309 - Chinese Watercolors and Woodblock

A group of three unidentified works, including a Western subject, signed and with seal mark l.r., depicting a church, another harbor scene, signed l.l., and a small woodblock by Liao. Largest 31" x 25" (framed). From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 310 - "Winter Tibet" by Liu Jungang (Chinese, b. 1956), Collected by Dr. Walter Sorge

Liu Jungang (Chinese, b. 1956). A vertical watercolor and gouache on laid paper, mounted to backing, with seal to l.l. and further inscription to l.l.c. Accompanied by several catalogs of the artist's work. Liu Jungang visited Eastern Illinois, where Dr. Sorge was teaching/working during the 1970s. One catalog was part of a special exhibit held for his work, and the painting offered is illustrated on Pg. 8. The work is unframed, and measures 55.5" x 21.25". From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 311 - Chinese Paintings Collection Acquired by Dr. Walter Sorge, 1986

A portfolio of paintings, watercolors and calligraphic works, all acquired by Dr. Walter Sorge (Canadian, 1931-2021), during a special exhibition trip to China in 1986. They range from student or aspiring artist works that Sorge would have collaborated with, and also 19th and early 20th century works, all of which contain a tag with wax seal (probably for exporting antique objects to the West). Lastly, a photo album with Walter Sorge and fellow colleagues at an exhibit in China. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 312 - Four Chinese Ink and Wash Paintings, Framed

Four paintings in ink and wash, one with gouache, depicting various landscape subjects, either 19th or 20th century. Largest framed 52.5" x 20.5" Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 313 - Chinese, 20th Century Embroidered Peacock

A finely embroidered 20th century Chinese peacock standings on a tree with smaller peacock below. Highly detailed embroidering on silk. Chinese characters to the upper left. Housed in a faux bamboo frame. Sight size: 11" ht. x 16" wd., framed size: 17" ht. x 20.5" wd. The text reads "The hall is full of fortune in warm spring". Purchased from an antique shop in California. 

Lot: 314 - Chinese Pair of Famille Rose, Relief and Pierced Vases

A pair of Chinese cabinet vases, each in famille rose decoration, with figures in relief in the round, also with pierced areas throughout. Each unmarked. Ht. of each 5".

Lot: 315 - Chinese Famille Verte Bowl

A famille verte bowl, decorated with landscape and pheasants to the surround, interior rim with geometric and floral. Unmarked. Ht. 3". Diameter 8.5".

Lot: 316 - Chinese Famille Rose Handled Vase

20th century, a dragon-decorated famille rose vase, with copper red handles, and apocryphal Guangxu mark to underside. Ht. 7.25".

Lot: 317 - Chinese Enameled Brass Covered Box

Chinese, 20th century. A brass and heavily enameled lidded box, marked to the enamel to the underside "China". Ht. 4.75".

Lot: 318 - Chinese Blue and Gilt Covered Ginger Jar

A covered ginger jar, decorated in blue ground and gilt in surround, all with double ring mark to underside. Ht. 8.5".

Lot: 319 - Tongzhi Period Footed Dish with Crane Decoration

Tongzhi period footed dish with crane decoration to the bowl reserve, rim containing floral enamels over a yellow ground.  Exterior rim with gilt.  The exterior body in an orange peel surface, with peach and bat decoration, underside with a well worn foot and a red six character mark, also older stickers/notations.   9" diameter, 3" ht.  From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector    

Lot: 320 - Thai Bronze Bust on Stand

Thai, 19th century, a bronze bust, affixed to later, 20th century stand. Ht. 12.5". From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 321 - Archaic Style Chinese Bronze Censer

A large tripod censer, with body having scrollwork, interior with vertigree patination, teakwood pierced cover. Label to underside describes as Ming Period after archaic forms, although censer is likely 20th century. Ht. 13.5".

Lot: 322 - A Pair of Chinese Nephrite Jade Reticulated Plaques

A pair of Chinese carved jade plaques, each with wax export seal, including one disc, and another thicker example. Disc diameter 2.25".

Lot: 323 - Tibetan Bronze Buddha

A bronze Tibetan bronze sculpture of a Buddha, early 20th century, with mandala to underside. Ht. 6.5".

Lot: 324 - Pair of Chinese Carved Jadeite Beasts

20th century, a pair of jadeite beasts on custom stands. Ht. of each 5.5".

Lot: 325 - Chinese Giltwood Warrior

Chinese, early 20th or 19th century, a seated warrior with sword, all carved atop rocky stand. Ht. 12.75".

Lot: 326 - Chinese 19th Century Embroidered Court Robe

Chinese, late 19th century. A copper ground silk robe with dragon embroidery to central reserve. 51" at sleeves, ht. 41".

Lot: 327 - Pair of Jadeite Carved Guanyin Figures

Chinese, 20th century. A pair of jadeite carvings in mottled and fissured stones, often the variety used in export lamps. Each on custom wood stands. Tallest ht. 11.25".

Lot: 328 - Chinese Embroidered Silk, Framed

Ca. 1900, an elaborately embroidered Chinese silk panel, housed in gilt and gesso frame. 41" x 37" (framed).

Lot: 329 - Pair of Silk "Tree of Life" Rugs

A "Tree of Life" style silk rug, 20th century, and another miniature example. Largest 58" x 39".

Lot: 330 - Chinese Kesi Panel, Framed

A woven panel, with golden pheasant for rank, housed in an early 20th century frame. 28" ht. x 15.5" wd. (frame)

Lot: 331 - Chinese Carvings, TIger's Eye and Rose Quartz

A pair of Chinese carvings, including a happy Buddha in tiger's eye, and a guanyin in rose quartz. Tallest 7".

Lot: 332 - Collection of Chinese Boxes

A group of 7 boxes, including a Canton enamel paste box, a pair of silver plated valuables boxes, a butterfly box, and a cloisonne box. Largest ht. 2".

Lot: 333 - Collection of Chinese Porcelains

A group of seven porcelains, including a pair of figures, a famille jaune decorated octagonal bowl, a lamp, an ironstone vase, a Republic brush holder, and lastly, an interesting export ware dish with Westerners decorated to the reserve. Largest is lamp, ht. 11.5".

Lot: 334 - Chinese Carved Stand with Marble

Early 20th century, a floral carved stand with marble insert at top. Ht. 18".

Lot: 335 - Pair of Chinese Enamel or Stone Decorated Planters

A pair of small planters, one decorated in enamel with figures, the other with inset stones. Largest wd. 12", ht. 3.75".

Lot: 336 - Pair of Large Chinese Chargers

A pair of enamel decorated chargers, each with bird decoration, and each signed to underside. Each diameter 15.5".

Lot: 337 - Pair of Chinese Republic Period Porcelain Figures

Second quarter 20th century, lady signed to underside. Ht. of each 14.5".

Lot: 338 - Cased Set of Wai Kee Silver and Jade Demitasse Spoons

A cased set of nine sterling spoons, each with jadeite insert at handle, and each marked. Each spoon lg. 4".

Lot: 339 - 19th Century or Earlier Thai Bronze Bust

Thai, a diminutive bust of Buddha in bronze, all on wood stand, with indistinct label on reverse. Ht. with base: 3.5"

Lot: 340 - Chinese Jade Reticulated Dragon Pendant on Stand

Likely a furniture fitting, but affixed to a stand, 20th century. A pierced carved rectangular jade carving, with central dragon. Jade measures 2.75" x 3.25"

Lot: 341 - Pair of Chinese Carved Wood Ruyi Sceptors

A pair of near identically carved ruyi sceptors, each with relief carving to reveal characters, bats, and auspicious symbols. Lg. of each 13.75".

Lot: 342 - Chinese Yixing Teapot

Chinese, 20th century. A teapot with inscription to one reserve, four character mark to underside. Ht. 4.5".

Lot: 343 - Chinese Jade Bangles and Pendants

A group of 5 carvings, including pair of jadeite bangles, and three jade pendants in varying sizes. Largest diameter 3.25".

Lot: 344 - Chinese Carved Jade Figures

A group of four jade carvings, including one mountain group in celadon tone, another figure, a celadon toned Guanyin figure, and finally a toggle with pair of figures. Longest 5" lg.

Lot: 345 - 20th Century Chinese Bronze Censer

A bronze censer with handles, tripod feet, and a four character mark to the underside. Lid is an ebonized wood with jade carved finial. Ht. 5.5".

Lot: 346 - Group of Chinese Jade Articles

5 Carvings, including a pair of jade belt hooks, a snuff bottle, a pendant with russet skin, and an archer's ring. Tallest ht. 5".

Lot: 347 - Group of Chinese Jade Beast Carvings

Including a pair of toggles with chilong figures in celadon jade, another pair of rams intertwined, and finally a beast carving on stand. Largest ht. 1.75".

Lot: 349 - Pair of Wooden Chinese Child's Shoes in Mahogany Shadowbox

With fabric backdrop and fabric shoe sash, a wooden pair of Chinese slippers housed in a mahogany shadowbox frame. Size: 15.5" ht. x 13.5" wd. Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 350 - Four Chinese Valuables Boxes

Four Chinese wood and brass boxes, three of which contain boanite outfittings, one with hinged lid. Ht. of tallest 11".

Lot: 351 - Chinese Imari Bowl

A Chinese bowl with lotus-form lobed rim, decorated fully in Imari palette, with gilt throughout, unmarked but with double rim toward the foot. Ht. 4.5", diameter of rim 9.75".

Lot: 352 - Chinese and Agate Carvings

A carved agate figural group, as well as a pair of soapstone vases on carved stands. Ht. of tallest 6".

Lot: 353 - Three Imari Bowls & Vessels

A group of three Imari style vessels, including a dragon decorated and copper back exterior, unmarked. Also an unusual figure decorated lobed bowl, and finally a covered jar in copper and blue palette. Ht. of tallest 6.25".

Lot: 354 - Pair of Travelling Chinese Tea Sets in Baskets

20th century, a pair of baskets, with tea sets in famille rose pattern contained within. Largest ht. 6.5".

Lot: 355 - Group of Chinese Republic Period Porcelain Articles

A group of five porcelain articles, including a vase, covered dish, box, and a pair of teacups, each with decoration and inscriptions. Ht. of tallest 8.75".

Lot: 356 - Pair of Chinese Carved Figural Groups

A pair of 20th century Chinese carvings, one large fisherman, and another happy Buddha. Tallest ht. 19.5".

Lot: 357 - Chinese/Japanese Porcelain Articles

A group of 6 20th century Chinese and Japanese porcelain articles. Tallest ht. 8"

Lot: 358 - Group of Chinese Articles

A group of 9 objects, including a pair of soapstone bookends, a pair of snuff bottles, a pair of pottery figures, and finally three 18th century blue and white bowls. Tallest ht. are bookends, 7".

Lot: 359 - Chinese Peking Glass Bird Vase

A Peking glass cameo vase in blue and white. Ht. 10".

Lot: 360 - Asian Blue and White Porcelains

A group of 5 pieces, several examples 19th century, including two tazzas, a ginger jar, a small cabinet vase, and a small planter. Ht. of tallest 6.5".

Lot: 361 - Carved Indonesian Buddha Figure

20th century, a stone encrusted, gilt and carved kneeling figure. Ht. 19.5".

Lot: 362 - Menagerie of Chinese Carved Stands

Menagerie of Chinese carved stands. Various sizes. 

Lot: 363 - Pair of Chinese Screens

Including a six-panel 20th century landscape screen, and a two-panel cock fight. Largest 36" x 90"

Lot: 364 - Continental Lamps and a Candelabra

A pair of continental porcelain and ormolu lamps with floral decoration, as well as a brass candelabra. Tallest ht. 26".

Lot: 365 - Pair of Chinese Planters

A pair of 20th century planters, each with scenic decoration to the center. Ht. of each 12.5".

Lot: 366 - Chinese Wedding Basket

A large Chinese woven wedding basket with geometric design, carved handle and brass mounts. Ht. 24.5".

Lot: 367 - Han Style Chinese Jar

A brown glazed jar, 20th century. Ht. 8.5", diameter 11".

Lot: 368 - Soapstone Guanyin

20th century, a soapstone carved Guanyin figure, atop a brown toned carved soapstone rocky stand. Ht. 15".

Lot: 369 - Japanese Meiji Bronze Elephant, Signed

Meiji Period, a bronze cast elephant, two character signature to the underside. Ht. 4.5".

Lot: 370 - Japanese Dishes

A group of 7 bowls or trays, including Blue and white export ware, a celadon dish, and finally a lacquer bowl. Largest diameter 11".

Lot: 371 - Japanese Imari Bowls

A group of Japanese Imari Bowls, 6 in total. Including three of the same robust pattern, another large 20th century example, and finally a pair of 19th century bowls, one with lobed rim. Largest diameter 9".

Lot: 372 - Pair of Chinese Peking Glass Dishes

Including one small bowl dish in green, and another inkwell in blue. Ht. of tallest 2.5".

Lot: 373 - Fine Japanese Cloisoone Cabinet Vase

A cabinet vase with blue ground, early 20th century, having single dragon in reserve with enamel and foil. Marked to underside. Ht. 3.75".

Lot: 374 - Royal Satsuma Tea Set and Cloisonne Cabinet Pcs.

Including a Royal Satsuma group of 6 plates, three tea serving vessels, as well as a pair of cabinet vases in cloisonne, and finally a small Chinese cloisonne valuables box. All 20th century. From the Estate of Daniel Brown, Former President of Aeqai, Art Curator and Noted Collector  

Lot: 375 - Chinese Scroll Painting of Horseman and Beggar

A boxed Chinese scroll, early 20th century box and mounts, and possibly a 19th century scroll in watercolor. Box lg. 29.5". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 376 - Three Japanese Woodblocks After Utamaro

A group of three Japanese woodblocks, each 20th century, after well known Utamaro subjects. Each 23" x 17.5" (framed). Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 377 - Japanese Sword in Leather Scabbard

Leather handle with rope ties, leather scabbard, and mixed metal guard. Owned by Dr. Henry Heimlich, inventor of Heimlich Maneuver, and probably acquired during WWII, where he served. Lg. 40". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 378 - Wilkinson Presentation Sword and Scabbard

A Wilkinson sword and scabbard, etched blade with manufacturer and central part with crown and "ER". Length: 38.25".

Lot: 379 - 1852 Model Naval Officer's Sword

Sword and scabbard, replete with tassle, blade with etched design. Lg. 37".

Lot: 380 - Officer's Sword and Scabbard

A sword and scabbard, the handle having US flag detail, with metal scabbard, 19th century. Lg. 37". Formerly of the Collection of the late Dr. Henry Heimlich (1920-2016), inventor of the "Heimlich Maneuver"

Lot: 381 - Delft Blue and White Vase

20th century, a blue and white decorated Delft vase, lobed reserves. Ht. 10.5".

Lot: 382 - Elizabeth Van Court (20th century)

A nice, impressionist landscape depicting two young girls frolicking in a meadow beneath a tree by a body of water. A large, well-executed work by the artist, with gallery label affixed to the back reading " W" J. Burder, Co". Burger stamp on back of canvas for reproduction rights. Sight size: 25" ht. x 35" wd., framed size: 33" ht. x 42" wd.

Lot: 383 - Salvador Dali "Melting Clock" Offset Lithograph

Label on back notes that this piece is a reproduction (facsimile) and is signed in the plate. The original image was created in 1977. Image size: 22" ht. x 16.5" wd., framed size: 35.5" ht. x 28.5" wd.

Lot: 384 - George Essig (Philadelphia, 1838-1926), Seascape

A watercolor seascape with sailing vessel at sunset, signed to the lower right and accompanied by artist biography on back. A lone seagull flies off in the distance. Sight size: 11.5" ht. x 19" wd., framed size: 20" ht. x 27.5" wd.  

Lot: 385 - Cardinal Scene by Albert Joseph Penot

Albert Joseph Penot (French, 1862-1930). A French school watercolor on paper, depicting a cardinal at play with his terrier, dangling a sugar cube, signed l.r. 19" x 12" (sight), 24" x 15" (framed).

Lot: 386 - Courtyard Landscape by E.J. Cygne

E.J. Cygne (French, b. 1929). Oil on canvas, depicting a pair of figures in a lawn, with building to background, signed l.r. and with biographical label to verso. 24" x 36" (sight), 34" x 45" (framed).

Lot: 387 - Guillaume Corneille Lithograph, Artist Proof

Signed lower right and an artists proof, titled "La Papier Peint", housed in a gilt frame under glass. Depicting two nudes. Sight size: 19.5" ht. x 25.5" wd., sight size: 31" ht. x 36" wd.

Lot: 388 - Henri Matisse, "La Negresse" Signed Lithograph

Signed in pencil lower right and numbered 29/50 and titled in lower middle in pencil.  A posthumous edition, not signed by the artist. Sight size: 31.5" ht. x 23.5" wd. (unframed)

Lot: 389 - Louis Icart Signed Color Lithograph

An original work by Icart, signed in the lower right margin and titled "Ed. d'artiste" to the lower left. Depicting a partially clad female wearing a colorful dress, walking along a pathway and carrying a basket of apples. Sight size: 16.75" ht. x 12" wd., framed size: 26" ht. x 19.5" wd.

Lot: 390 - African Bronze Bust of a Figure

20th century, signed to verso. Ht. with base: 14"

Lot: 391 - Group of Four Framed Watercolors

All by the same artist and all signed indistinctly to the lower left in red, possibly "Phyikos". Three landscapes and one seascape with town in background. Largest sight size: 10" ht. x 8" wd., largest framed size: 15.5" ht. x 13" wd.

Lot: 392 - "Mountain Melody" Lithograph by Kemp

Numbered 105/150, signed in pencil lower right and titled in center. Framed size: 15" ht. x 17.5" wd.

Lot: 393 - Pair of Landscapes by Franz Holstein

Oil on board. Both landscapes housed in the same frames, with heavy impasto technique. Both signed, and both framed sized at: 10.75" ht. x 14.5" wd.

Lot: 394 - Jean Veber (1868-1928), Mythical Pencil Drawing

A fine pencil drawing depicting a group of men holding a horned devil by the tail, "AAEPENBA". Sight size: 8.75" ht. x 13.25" wd., framed size: 15.25" ht. x 20.25" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 395 - Proverbes et Maximum French Engraving

Pulled from a newspaper/magazine, with printed text on verso. Framed size: 23" ht. x 18" wd. From the Estate of Dr. Walter Sorge (1930-2021), noted artist and professor.

Lot: 396 - A Lucchese Leather Office Chair

 A burgandy/port leather office chair, produced by Old Hickory Tannery, as part of the "Lucchese Home Collection", with brass plaque to chair's front, and a leather label to the underside.  Studded throughout, and produced in a Western/Texas style, indicative of Lucchese boot styles. On casters, and chair reclines backwards in a stable manner.  Ht. 48", wd. 32", dp. 28". Previously in the office of a former Ohio State University men's football coach, then to the office of an Antique's Roadshow appraiser.

Lot: 397 - Large Collection of Watches and Accoutrements

A large and enjoyable collection of wristwatches and pocket watches, several of which are early 20th century in gold filled cases.  23 watches in total, also including a Bulova traveling clock, and a nice leather case which holds three wristwatches.

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