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  • Heinrich Hoffmann Czech Art Deco frosted

    Heinrich Hoffmann Czech Art Deco frosted

  • Three art glass objects: Lalique France

    Three art glass objects: Lalique France

  • Two art glass objects: Lalique France

    Two art glass objects: Lalique France

  • Cut crystal and bronze jewelry casket

    Cut crystal and bronze jewelry casket

Lot: 1 - Heinrich Hoffmann Czech Art Deco frosted art glass crystal dancing nudes vase. 5 1/4"H x 2 3/4”Diam.

Heinrich Hoffmann Czech Art Deco frosted art glass crystal dancing nudes vase. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 2 - Three art glass objects: Lalique France frosted glass nude figurine, Lalique Leda and the Swan figurine, 4 3/4"H x 2 1/2"Diam. (Leda)

Three art glass objects: Lalique France frosted glass nude figurine, Lalique Leda and the Swan figurine, Czech intaglio cut glass trinket box, Heinrich Hoffmann? Curt Schlevogt?

Lot: 3 - Two art glass objects: Lalique France satin-finished crystal lion's head paperweight, 1996, and Art Deco frosted dog head ashtray 3"H x 5 1/4"Diam. (ashtray)

Two art glass objects: Lalique France satin-finished crystal lion's head paperweight, 1996, and Art Deco frosted dog head ashtray Lion's head comes with original box.

Lot: 4 - Cut crystal and bronze jewelry casket box 6"H x 7 1/4"W x 5 1/4”D

Cut crystal and bronze jewelry casket box Includes key. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 5 - LARGE FBS French Art Deco ormolu mounted blue spatter art glass vase with gilt bronze winged nude figural handles. 11 1/2"H x 8"W x 6"D

LARGE FBS French Art Deco ormolu mounted blue spatter art glass vase with gilt bronze winged nude figural handles. Stamped FBS France.

Lot: 6 - Collection of 5 decorative objects: French ormolu mounted glass cylinder vase, 15"H x 6"Diam. (largest vase)

Collection of 5 decorative objects: French ormolu mounted glass cylinder vase, egg shaped frosted glass trinket box with brass details, opaline vase with gilt rim, Limoges porcelain vessel with applied figural gilt metal decoration, French porcelain bud vase with applied gilt decoration. Several brass pieces are loose. Tall vase has a small chip on the top lip. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 7 - Edme Jeaurat, French (1688 - 1738), L' Eau (Water), 1716, etching on papier verge, 7"H x 8 1/4"W (sheet), 11"H x 14"W (mat)

Edme Jeaurat French, (1688 - 1738) L' Eau (Water), 1716 etching on papier verge Signed and dated in the plate lower right. After Nicolas Vleughels (French, 1668 - 1737). Portrait of Greek sea goddess, Amphitrite.

Lot: 8 - Marco Pitteri, Italian (1702-1786), Sanctus Philippus, 1742, engraving, 17"H x 15 1/4"W (sheet), 22 1/4"H x 17 3/8"W (mat)

Marco Pitteri Italian, (1702-1786) Sanctus Philippus, 1742 engraving Signed and titled in the plate. After Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (Italian, 1682-1754).

Lot: 9 - Giovanni Volpato, Italian (1733 - 1803), L ' Arrotino (The Grinder), c. 1764, etching and engraving on laid paper, 14"H x 10 3/4"W, 18 1/2"H x 14 3/4"W (mat)

Giovanni Volpato Italian, (1733 - 1803) L ' Arrotino (The Grinder), c. 1764 etching and engraving on laid paper After a painting by Francesco Maggiotto (Italian, 1750 - 1805). Some discolorations.

Lot: 10 - Pair of frosted glass dishes: Val St. Lambert "Gloucester" plate, and divided serving tray with bird motif. 1 1/2"H x 12”Diam. (plate)

Pair of frosted glass dishes: Val St. Lambert "Gloucester" plate, and divided serving tray with bird motif. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 11 - Antique continental set of 4 silver repousse urn form vessels with lion head ring handles on tripod paw feet. 7"H x 3 1/2"Diam. each

Antique continental set of 4 silver repousse urn form vessels with lion head ring handles on tripod paw feet. One broken leg.

Lot: 12 - Collection of tableware: 10 Royal Stafford Old English Oak bone china gilt rim dinner plates, 2 Bernardaud Limoges porcelain cups and saucers, 3 1/2"H x 7"W x 6"D (gold tone bowl)

Collection of tableware: 10 Royal Stafford Old English Oak bone china gilt rim dinner plates, 2 Bernardaud Limoges porcelain cups and saucers, and gold footed lobed bowl. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 13 - Three Lalique France frosted art glass figural ring dishes: turtle dove, kissing doves, and Roxane nudes 3"H x 4"Diam. (Roxane)

Three Lalique France frosted art glass figural ring dishes: turtle dove, kissing doves, and Roxane nudes

Lot: 14 - Baccarat Crystal polar bear figurine 4 1/4"H x 6 1/2"W x 2 1/4"D

Baccarat Crystal polar bear figurine Marked on paw.

Lot: 15 - Formations (American) 'Soleil' mirror, having a bronze frame with distressed finish, and convex mirror framed by rectangular plates with antiqued finish. 46 1/4”Diam. x 2 1/2”D

Formations (American) 'Soleil' mirror, having a bronze frame with distressed finish, and convex mirror framed by rectangular plates with antiqued finish. Apparently unmarked. Attributed to Christian Liaigre for Holly Hunt. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 16 - Abalone mother of pearl shell dish with bronze figural frogs 2 1/4"H x 7 1/2"W x 5"D

Abalone mother of pearl shell dish with bronze figural frogs Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 17 - French antique Louis XVI panel caned barrel armchair, 19th Century, carved detail, fluted legs, white wash finish. 32 1/2"H x 21 1/2"W x 18 3/4"D, 17 3/4"H (seat to floor)

French antique Louis XVI panel caned barrel armchair, 19th Century, carved detail, fluted legs, white wash finish. Caning is broken in several spots. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 18 - Pair of concrete classical baroque garden urns 25"H x 15" Diam.

Pair of concrete classical baroque garden urns heavy, some weathering. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 19 - Pair of Maison Bagues style frosted crystal and glass dove / parrot / bird 2 light wall sconces, ca.1960s, silvered metal. 21”H x 10 1/2”W x 3 1/2"D

Pair of Maison Bagues style frosted crystal and glass dove / parrot / bird 2 light wall sconces, ca.1960s, silvered metal. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 20 - Set of 9 Lalique France "Jaffa" pattern crescent crystal salad plates. 5 3/4"H x 8"W

Set of 9 Lalique France "Jaffa" pattern crescent crystal salad plates. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 21 - Chippendale style in the Rococo taste 19th Century carved giltwood rocaille niche mirror entry stand with bird of paradise mounted at base of foliate branch pedestal support. 78"H x 28"W x 17"D

Chippendale style in the Rococo taste 19th Century carved giltwood rocaille niche mirror entry stand with bird of paradise mounted at base of foliate branch pedestal support. 19th century, carved wood, gesso and gilt, foliate rocallie niche frame and conforming mirror on stand with profuse ornamental twisting branch and lattice motif with architectural dome finial, c-scroll and foliate apron. gilded wood, gesso, plaster, metal, mirrors, connectors and screws. piece is very delicate, some broken pieces, some chips and cracking.

Lot: 22 - Rembrandt van Rijn, Dutch (1609-1669), Self Portrait Drawing at a Window, etching, 7 1/8"H x 6"W (plate), 15 1/2"H x 14 1/4"W (frame)

Rembrandt van Rijn Dutch, (1609-1669) Self Portrait Drawing at a Window etching Signed and dated in the plate upper left. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 23 - After Rembrandt van Rijn by Pierre-Francois Basan, French (1723-1797), Lieven Willemsz Van Coppenol, etching, 11 1/4"H x 13 1/2"W

After Rembrandt van Rijn by Pierre-Francois Basan French, (1723-1797) Lieven Willemsz Van Coppenol etching After Rembrandt's own etched portrait of Lieven Willemsz Van Coppenol (c. 1658). Missing small pieces along edges and corners.

Lot: 24 - Rembrandt van Rijn, Dutch (1609-1669), studies of the head of Saskia and others, etching, 6 3/4"H x 5 3/8"W (sight), 15 1/4"H x 14"W (frame)

Rembrandt van Rijn Dutch, (1609-1669) studies of the head of Saskia and others etching Signed and dated in the plate lower left. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 25 - Rembrandt van Rijn, Netherlands (1606-1669), The Raising of Lazarus, etching on thin laid paper, 6 3/4"H x 5 1/4"W (sheet), 14"H x 11"W (mat)

Rembrandt van Rijn Netherlands, (1606-1669) The Raising of Lazarus etching on thin laid paper Signed and dated in the plate lower left. Some toning.

Lot: 26 - Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French (1841-1919), Dancer With Tambourine 1, 1918, bronze with brown patina from original plaster cast, 24"H x 16 1/2"W (sight), 40"H x 34 1/2"W (frame)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir French, (1841-1919) Dancer With Tambourine 1, 1918 bronze with brown patina from original plaster cast Incised signature lower right. Museum edition 1/99. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Provenance: This bronze sculpture was created from the documented original plaster cast by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The Original plaster cast was held by Renoir in his home in Cagnes, France, now the Renoir Museum. The plaster cast remained in the possession of members of the Renoir family until its acquisition by Westbank Enterprises to publish this posthumous edition, which is struck with the cooperation of Madame Louise Renoir. Upon completion of the edition, all molds from the original will be destroyed and no further bronzes will be cast.

Lot: 27 - Minton-Spidell HUGE oversized Louis XV style ornate carved gilt panel mirror. 68" x 55"

Minton-Spidell HUGE oversized Louis XV style ornate carved gilt panel mirror. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 28 - Pair of Greek Ionic base and capital concrete garden column pedestals. 20 3/4"H x 17 1/2"W x 17 1/2"D

Pair of Greek Ionic base and capital concrete garden column pedestals. Extremely heavy. Each column is 2 pieces. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 29 - Peter Saari, New York (b. 1951), White Column Fresco, 1981, casein, guaches, plaster on wood and canvas on panel, 64"H x 44"W x 2"D

Peter Saari New York, (b. 1951) White Column Fresco, 1981 casein, guaches, plaster on wood and canvas on panel Signed and dated verso. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Exhibited: O.K. Harris Works of Art, NY Biography from Butler Institute of American Art Peter Saari was born in New York City in 1951 and graduated from the graduate school of Yale University School of Art in 1976. He has also studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and at the Tyler School of Art in Rome. Peter Saari's goal is to re-invent antiquity. He analyzes the conception of classical wall painting and decoration, and then reconstructs the ancient art in his own way. Saari uses Canvas, Plywood, Acrylic and Plaster to create something that resembles the old, the decayed and mysterious. Saari sees a relationship between modern art and these objects of antiquity; he has said that, " The art of the past changes our attitude towards it. Every period sees the art through a differently conditioned set of eyes. " Saari's own fascination with ancient art did not come about from an interest in the mythological subjects of the figures depicted, but rather from what he calls the "abstract".

Lot: 30 - Turkish brass brazier with figural finial and paw feet. 37 3/4"H x 17 1/2"W

Turkish brass brazier with figural finial and paw feet.

Lot: 31 - Collection of 4 planters: Ron Dier "Theta" hand carved gilt cache pot, Vista Alegre porcelain cache pot with gilt trim and embossed sun faces, 9"H x 13"W x 10 1/2"W (largest)

Collection of 4 planters: Ron Dier "Theta" hand carved gilt cache pot, Vista Alegre porcelain cache pot with gilt trim and embossed sun faces, porcelain jardiniere with embossed Japanese inspired trees and flowers, porcelain cache pot with gilt trim and lion heads. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 32 - French Art Deco style gilt metal round beveled glass top table with three scrolled legs. 29 1/2"H X 38"Diam.

French Art Deco style gilt metal round beveled glass top table with three scrolled legs. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 33 - Modernist architectural steel and concrete pedestal console table or podium. 35 7/8"H x 32"W x 12"D

Modernist architectural steel and concrete pedestal console table or podium. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 34 - Carlo Nason blown glass on stainless steel mount vase, model S 510 17 3/4"H x 5"W x 4"D (vase)

Carlo Nason blown glass on stainless steel mount vase, model S 510 Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 35 - Brutalist freeform crystal glass iceberg sculpture, 1968, 12 1/2”H x 5"W x 5"D

Brutalist freeform crystal glass iceberg sculpture, 1968, on a black metal round base. Signature and date inscribed near bottom of sculpture. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 36 - Unknown , (late 19th / early 20th Century), The Lost Pleiad so named by the poet my friend Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Boston, coated plaster nude sculpture, 10 1/2"H x 4 1/4"W x 5"D

Unknown (late 19th / early 20th Century) The Lost Pleiad so named by the poet my friend Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Boston coated plaster nude sculpture Signed, titled, and inscribed verso.

Lot: 37 - Jacques Callot, French (1592 - 1635), three beggars / January bookplate / gentleman, etchings, 4"H x 9 1/2"W (largest)

Jacques Callot French, (1592 - 1635) three beggars / January bookplate / gentleman etchings 2 signed in the plate. Gentleman etching has top corners removed and the bottom corners are torn.

Lot: 38 - After Picasso, Spain, France (1881 - 1973), nature morte, decorative framed cubist print, 26 1/2"H x 20"W (sight), 32 3/4"H x 26 3/4"W (frame)

After Picasso Spain, France, (1881 - 1973) nature morte decorative framed cubist print

Lot: 39 - Walter DuBois Richards, Connecticut, Ohio (1907-2006), nude model painting session, 1951, lithograph on bone board, 9"H x 12"W

Walter DuBois Richards Connecticut, Ohio, (1907-2006) nude model painting session, 1951 lithograph on bone board Signed and dated in the print. Walter DuBois Richards graduated from the Cleveland School of Art and moved to New York in 1936, where he created illustrations for Madison Avenue advertising accounts and national publications. A gifted draftsman, watercolorist, and lithographer, he has traveled the world on assignment for Life magazine, the U.S. Air Force, and many American corporations. His paintings have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and are included in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Britain Museum, and the Pentagon. His 37 U.S. stamps include a series honoring 16 national architectural treasures.

Lot: 40 - Nicolai S. (Nicola) Cikovsky, New York / Russian Federation (1894 - 1984), Chess, 1936, lithograph, 13"H x 18 1/2"W (sheet)

Nicolai S. (Nicola) Cikovsky New York / Russian Federation, (1894 - 1984) Chess, 1936 lithograph Unsigned. Biography from Charleston Renaissance Gallery: Nicolai Cikovsky arrived in New York in 1923 with impressive academic credentials, having studied in his native Russia at the Vilna Art School, Penza Royal Art School, and Moscow Higher Technical Art Institute. He quickly gained representation with the Charles Daniels Gallery, which exhibited only the most promising modern artists. Best known for his landscapes—especially of Long Island—and figurative works, Cikovsky was lauded for his ability to infuse his canvases with mood, capturing a spirit of place. Cikovsky's works were featured—and often won prizes—in some of the most important exhibitions of the day, including the 1926 International Exhibition of Modern Art at the Brooklyn Museum, National Academy of Design and Art Institute of Chicago annuals, and the New York World's Fair. Other exhibition venues include New York's Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and Carnegie Institute, among many others. He was a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and the Society of Painter, Sculptors, and Engravers. In addition to his painting, Cikovsky served as an instructor at the Cincinnati Art Academy, Art Institute of Chicago, Art Students League, and Corcoran School of Art. This essay is copyrighted by the Charleston Renaissance Gallery and may not be reproduced or transmitted without written permission from the Hicklin Galleries, LLC.

Lot: 41 - Muriel Kallis Steinberg Newman, Illinois (1914-2008), abstract, watercolor on paper, 15 5/8"H x 10 7/8"W

Muriel Kallis Steinberg Newman Illinois, (1914-2008) abstract watercolor on paper Signed lower left, inscribed to Richard Florsheim verso. Biography from NYTimes.com: Muriel Kallis was born on Feb. 25, 1914, the only child of Maurice and Ada Nudelman Kallis. Her father was an engineer. As a child she studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; she later took art courses at the University of Chicago. Mrs. Newman did not turn her back on her hometown; according to The Chicago Tribune, she donated more than 170 works to the School of the Art Institute. Speaking of her kinship with the great Abstract Expressionists, she told The Times in 1980, "I knew them well and loved their work." She added: "At first I began to hang my own things next to them, but I soon realized I wasn't making much of a statement. I really am not at heart a collector. I'm a failed artist; there's no other way to describe it."

Lot: 42 - Set of 4 vintage Gigognes black acrylic nesting tables by Alessandro Albrizzi, 1970s. 18"H x 18"W x 18"D (largest)

Set of 4 vintage Gigognes black acrylic nesting tables by Alessandro Albrizzi, 1970s. One table chipped on edge. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 43 - Victor Vasarely, France / Hungary (1906-1997), DI. AM, silver metallic op art print, 19 1/8"H x 19 1/8"W, 32"H x 26 3/8"W (frame)

Victor Vasarely France / Hungary, (1906-1997) DI. AM silver metallic op art print Pencil signed lower right, titled and numbered 160/200 lower left. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Biography from Auctionata: Victor Vasarely was born in Hungary in 1906, as Gyözö Vásárhelyi. He moved to Paris in 1930, where he worked successfully as a commercial graphic artist. All the while, he was researching the optical and emotional opportunities of several different graphical methods. He came to the result that geometrical means can create sensual perceptions that convey new ideas about space, matter and energy. He created an independent geometric abstraction whose variations lead to image patterns with kinetic effects. The artist arranged a wattle of geometric forms in bright colors so that the eye perceives it as a fluctuating movement. Vasarely had a huge influence on the Op art, and is sometimes even named as one of its founders. He participated regularly in the documenta between 1955 and 1968, and designed the official logo for the XX. Olympics in Munich. The Vasarely Museum, established in 1976, can be found in his city of birth, Pécs. A second one, opened in 1987, is located in the castle Zichy in Budapest. Victor Vasarely died in 1997, in Paris.

Lot: 44 - Jurgen Peters, German (1936-1997), Contraction, 1981, op art lithograph, 27"H x 27"W, 30 1/4"H x 30 1/4"W (frame)

Jurgen Peters German, (1936-1997) Contraction, 1981 op art lithograph Pencil signed, dated and titled lower. Artist's proof. Biography from RoGallery.com: Jurgen Peters was born in 1936 in Hamburg Germany. He was a very well known optical artist in the 1970s, he was a known contemporary of Victor Vasarely, Yaacov Agam and Briget Riley. His works were regularly advertised in the pages of "Art In America" from the 1970s.

Lot: 45 - Jean-Pierre Yvaral (Jean-Pierre Vasarely), French (1934 - 2002), op art, screenprint, 28" x 28" (sight), 36" x 36" (frame)

Jean-Pierre Yvaral (Jean-Pierre Vasarely) French, (1934 - 2002) op art screenprint Pencil signed lower right and numbered 158/200 lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following information, submitted December 2011, is from Mike Bruns. Jean Pierre Yvaral (1932-2002) Combining the poetry of geometry with figurative art, Yvaral has created a wholly original body of

Lot: 46 - Alfred Van Loen, New York / Germany (1924 - 1994), Sheeba, 1967, plaster with lacquer finish on ebonized plinth, 27 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W x 9 1/2"D

Alfred Van Loen New York / Germany, (1924 - 1994) Sheeba, 1967 plaster with lacquer finish on ebonized plinth Embossed monogram signature. This item is local pickup or third party shipping only. Please contact us for a list of preferred shippers. Referenced in "Beyond Time; The Art of Alfred Van Loen" SunStorm c.1993, p. 38. Van Loen was a highly influential modern artist and teacher of German descent. He relocated to Amsterdam during WWII and was eventually formally trained there. He came to teach and be active in New York. His work is held in numerous important collections including MOMA. He succumbed to diabetes in the early 1990s. This item is local pickup or third party shipping only. Please contact us for a list of preferred shippers.

Lot: 47 - Josef Hoffmann, Moser, Karlovy Vary, c. 1920 topaz faceted glass vase 6"H x 6"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann, Moser, Karlovy Vary, c. 1920 topaz faceted glass vase Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, deep brown topaz glass, octagonal peel cut. Acid stamp under base. Minor flea bite on top edge.

Lot: 48 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser amber glass covered jar 2 1/2"H x 2 3/4"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser amber glass covered jar Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, round box with inverted facet cut lid, deep orange red glass, 12 peel cut.

Lot: 49 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser amber faceted glass tapered vase. 6"H x 4 1/4"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser amber faceted glass tapered vase. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, footed faceted strata vase, pale amber glass, peel cut.

Lot: 50 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser faceted glass golden amber glass lidded jar. 4 1/2"H x 3"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser faceted glass golden amber glass lidded jar. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, covered pot, golden yellow, peel cut facets.

Lot: 51 - Otto Prutscher (Austrian, 1880–1949), Wiener Werkstatte Art Deco glass vessel. 3 3/4"H x 4 1/2"W

Otto Prutscher (Austrian, 1880–1949), Wiener Werkstatte Art Deco glass vessel. Otto Prutscher, Carl Schappel, Haida, light-colored glass with pale green overlay and peel cut.

Lot: 52 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass faceted pale green glass console bowl. 4"H x 10"W x 5 3/4"D

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass faceted pale green glass console bowl. Bohemia, Josef Hoffmann design, 1910s - 1920s, center console bowl of oval shape cut into 10 facets.

Lot: 53 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass sap green faceted footed bowl. 2"H x 5"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass sap green faceted footed bowl. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, footed circular bowl, deep green glass, octagonal peel cut.

Lot: 54 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass faceted planet vase in teal green. 3 1/2"H x 4 1/2"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass faceted planet vase in teal green. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, vase of globular shape, teal green, geodesic cut facets.

Lot: 55 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte aqua blue Moser glass faceted footed candy jar with lid. 13"H x 5 1/2"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte aqua blue Moser glass faceted footed candy jar with lid. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, covered jar, pale aqua, cut facets. Sliver chips on interior of lid and flea bites on interior rim along outside body.

Lot: 56 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass faceted pale green glass console bowl. 7 1/2"H x 6"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser glass faceted pale green glass console bowl. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, wide flare vase, aqua glass, faceted peel cut. Acid stamp under base.

Lot: 57 - Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser cobalt blue glass wine goblet. 5 3/4"H x 3 1/2"Diam.

Josef Hoffmann Wiener Werkstatte Moser cobalt blue glass wine goblet. Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, Josef Hoffmann design, Germany, Austria, Hungary (1870-1956), 1910s - 1920s, faceted wine goblet, cobalt blue glass, peel cut.

Lot: 58 - Marc Chagall, New York / France, Russian Federation (1887-1985), The Child and The Professor, etching, 11 1/4"H x 9 1/4"W (plate), 20 1/2"H x 17"W (frame)

Marc Chagall New York / France, Russian Federation, (1887-1985) The Child and The Professor etching Pencil signed lower right. Hors d'Commerce. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Biography from the Archives of askART: Marc Chagall was a man of keen intelligence, a shrewd observer of the contemporary scene, with a great sympathy for human suffering. He was born on July 7,

Lot: 59 - Marc Chagall, New York / France, Russian Federation (1887-1985), LES LOUPS ET LES BREBIS, from Fables La Fontaine, etching, 15"H x 11 1/2"W (sight), 20 5/8"H x 17 1/8"W (frame)

Marc Chagall New York / France, Russian Federation, (1887-1985) LES LOUPS ET LES BREBIS, from Fables La Fontaine etching Pencil signed lower right. Hors d'Commerce. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Biography from the Archives of askART: Marc Chagall was a man of keen intelligence, a shrewd observer of the contemporary scene, with a great sympathy for human suffering. He

Lot: 60 - Marc Chagall, New York / France, Russian Federation (1887-1985), The Wolf, The Fox and The Monkey, 1952, etching, 11 1/2"H x 9 1/4"W (sheet), 20 1/2"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)

Marc Chagall New York / France, Russian Federation, (1887-1985) The Wolf, The Fox and The Monkey, 1952 etching Pencil signed lower right. Hors d'Commerce. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Biography from the Archives of askART: Marc Chagall was a man of keen intelligence, a shrewd observer of the contemporary scene, with a great sympathy for human suffering. He was born

Lot: 61 - Walter Richard Sickert, United Kingdom, England, Germany (1860 - 1942), Mornington Crescent, female reclining nude, charcoal and chalk on paper, 10 1/2"H x 14 3/4"W (sight), 18 1/4"H x 22 1/2"W (frame)

Walter Richard Sickert United Kingdom, England, Germany, (1860 - 1942) Mornington Crescent, female reclining nude charcoal and chalk on paper Signed lower left. Provenance: Originally owned by Carl Lyman, Lyman Bros Gallery / Framers, Indianapolis, IN. Biography from the Archives of askART: Walter Richard Sickert was a painter, actor, etcher, teacher and lecturer who was known as the "dandy and the raffish scourge of genteel bohemianism of the Bloomsbury Group, the deliberate vulgarian and the enemy of every sort of academicism." It was written that "his life was a trail of dumped pictures and abandoned marriages". Sickert was active throughout Great Britain, primarily in London, and for many years struggled to make a living. Wendy Baron, former director of the British Government Art Collection, is the "doyenne" of researching and authenticating his work, which is difficult because he frequently signed works that were not his simply because he liked them. He often copied images that he saw in newspapers or 19th century engravings. Some of his subject matter came from his favorite haunts, which where "raucous music halls with the dodgiest clients and floozies on call." He also loved the theatre, and drew actors and actresses as they performed, and another favored subject were bedroom scenes with men getting dressed and women lolling on unmade beds. During a long creative career of painting and printmaking, he completed about 2,800 works. Wendy Baron has included them in a 2007 book of 544 pages, Sickert: Paintings & Drawings, published by Yale University Press. Source: William Feaver, "A Postmodern Dandy", ARTnews, May 2007. p. 112

Lot: 62 - Japanese 2-panel paper screen with figural scene. 63 1/4"H x 62"W

Japanese 2-panel paper screen with figural scene. Cracked on the top left corner. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 63 - Collection of 4 Asian blue and white vessels: blue and white porcelain panel vase with gilt monkey, 7 1/4"H x 5 3/4"W x 3 1/2"D (monkey vase)

Collection of 4 Asian blue and white vessels: blue and white porcelain panel vase with gilt monkey, 2 Chinese porcelain bud vases, porcelain cup with gilt pedestal and rim. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 64 - Antique lacquer and gilt large Chinoiserie box with floral motif and stepped footed base. 7 3/4”H x 22”W x 12”D

Antique lacquer and gilt large Chinoiserie box with floral motif and stepped footed base. Cracks and broken piece on lid. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 65 - Set of 11 French Gien " Once Upon a Time" (Etait Une Fois) painted faience 12inch plates. 12"Diam. (one)

Set of 11 French Gien " Once Upon a Time" (Etait Une Fois) painted faience 12inch plates. Includes original box for each plate. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 66 - Collection of 3 botanical study watercolor paintings from the Victorian period 14 3/4"H x 11 3/4"W (sight, tulip tree), 20"H x 16"W (mat)

Collection of 3 botanical study watercolor paintings from the Victorian period Tulip tree, star fruit, and Chinese perfume tree. "Watman 1805" and "J Whatman Turkey Mill 1850" watermarks on cream thick paper. Provenance: Northwick Park Collection, Captain Spencer-Churchill

Lot: 67 - Modern cast aluminum gueridon decorator accent table with 3 cast Ibex / Kudu horn legs 26 1/4"H x 20"Diam.

Modern cast aluminum gueridon decorator accent table with 3 cast Ibex / Kudu horn legs Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 68 - Pair of Classical carved marble columnar pricket candlesticks. 20”H x 5”W

Pair of Classical carved marble columnar pricket candlesticks. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 69 - Pair of galvanized steel faux drape skirted side console tables in the style of John Dickinson. 23 1/2"H x 31 1/2"W x 23 1/2"D (one)

Pair of galvanized steel faux drape skirted side console tables in the style of John Dickinson. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 70 - Pair of Ched Berenguer-Topacio gilt wrought iron Klismos chairs with woven cane seats. 33"H x 20"W x 22"D (one)

Pair of Ched Berenguer-Topacio gilt wrought iron Klismos chairs with woven cane seats. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 71 - Collection of 7 desk accessories: mother of pearl shell caviar dish, inlaid paper mache snuff box, 10 1/8"H x 4"W x 1 3/8"D (magnifying glass)

Collection of 7 desk accessories: mother of pearl shell caviar dish, inlaid paper mache snuff box, German brass handled scissors and decorative case, brass and mother of pearl magnifying glass, shagreen leather covered jewelry box, 2 gilt metal tole trays. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 72 - Large bronze archaistic figural converted candlestick table lamp with a crude skirted figure carrying a basket on head, possibly Indian or Middle Eastern in origin. 39"H x 15 1/2"D

Large bronze archaistic figural converted candlestick table lamp with a crude skirted figure carrying a basket on head, possibly Indian or Middle Eastern in origin.

Lot: 73 - Pair Chinese carved and polychromed wood Buddhist Monk statues 16"H x 6 1/2"W (one)

Pair Chinese carved and polychromed wood Buddhist Monk statues

Lot: 74 - Black lacquer Chinoiserie tea table / stand with scenic figural fisherman scene and painted gilt details on carved bamboo form pedestal. 28"H x 18"W x 13 1/8"D

Black lacquer Chinoiserie tea table / stand with scenic figural fisherman scene and painted gilt details on carved bamboo form pedestal. The tilt top is no longer functional. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 75 - Chinese carved soapstone Guanyin figural table lamp with Buddhist brass figure finial 27”H x 7 1/2”W

Chinese carved soapstone Guanyin figural table lamp with Buddhist brass figure finial Needs to be rewired. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 76 - Art Deco frosted Bohemian glass car mascot bust of a girl on marble jar base. 5 1/2"H x 5 1/4"W x 2 1/2"D

Art Deco frosted Bohemian glass car mascot bust of a girl on marble jar base.

Lot: 77 - Rock crystal boulder carved bowl quartz mineral specimen. 3"H x 9 1/4"W x 6"D

Rock crystal boulder carved bowl quartz mineral specimen. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 78 - Ampelopsis Maculata ammonite fossil specimen. 9 1/4"H x 7 1/2"W

Ampelopsis Maculata ammonite fossil specimen.

Lot: 79 - Pair of antique Japanese landscape carved lacquered wood panels. 23 1/4"H x 19 1/4"W (each)

Pair of antique Japanese landscape carved lacquered wood panels. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 80 - Art Deco inspired Hollywood Regency overstuffed roll back upholstered slipper chair with black and white upholstery. 32”H x 25”W x 33”D

Art Deco inspired Hollywood Regency overstuffed roll back upholstered slipper chair with black and white upholstery. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 81 - Tane Orfebres Mexican sterling silver large handwoven chiquihuite basket 4 3/4”H x 7 1/2”W

Tane Orfebres Mexican sterling silver large handwoven chiquihuite basket Marked "Tane, Mexico, Sterling" under base. 14.148 Troy Oz. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 82 - Maciel Mexican sterling silver footed bowl with embossed floral motif and mythical beast tripod supports. 3 3/8"H x 4 1/4"Diam.

Maciel Mexican sterling silver footed bowl with embossed floral motif and mythical beast tripod supports. One leg is compromised. 7.878 Troy Oz

Lot: 83 - Two Gorham sterling silver reticulated holloware dishes: small basket / nut bowl and serving plate 8"Diam. (plate)

Two Gorham sterling silver reticulated holloware dishes: small basket / nut bowl and serving plate 7.235 Troy Oz.

Lot: 84 - Group of 2 vintage silverplate serving coasters: Gerson octagonal dish with agate bottom and handle, 2"H x 7 1/4"Diam. (Sheffield)

Group of 2 vintage silverplate serving coasters: Gerson octagonal dish with agate bottom and handle, Sheffield dish with grapevine motif and cut glass bottom. Glass has a crack in it.

Lot: 85 - Fina sterling silver Paul Revere bowl 5 3/8"H x 10"Diam.

Fina sterling silver Paul Revere bowl dented base. 35.048 Troy Oz

Lot: 86 - Reed & Barton sterling silver "Trajan" sandwich plate 11 1/8"H x 8 1/2"W

Reed & Barton sterling silver "Trajan" sandwich plate 13.666 Troy Oz

Lot: 87 - Collection of 25 sterling silver napkin holders: including a set of 8 demi-lune rings with engraved tropical scene, 2"Diam. (largest)

Collection of 25 sterling silver napkin holders: including a set of 8 demi-lune rings with engraved tropical scene, set of 6 leaf form rings with bumble bee, set of 4 monogramed oval rings, 5 monogrammed elongated rings, monogrammed repousse floral ring, and engraved ring with scrolling border.1 9.293 Troy Oz

Lot: 88 - Collection of stemware, 42pcs: including 16 Dartington Sharon crystal champagne flutes, 7 1/2" (claret wine), 8 3/4" (water goblet), 7 3/4" (champagne flutes)

Collection of stemware, 42pcs: including 16 Dartington Sharon crystal champagne flutes, 5 claret wine glasses, 10 water goblets. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 89 - Arthur Court Designs aluminum fish serving platter / tray with green cabochon eye, 1975 2 1/2"H x 25 1/2"W x 12 3/4"D

Arthur Court Designs aluminum fish serving platter / tray with green cabochon eye, 1975

Lot: 90 - Jan Jones, American (20th century), LARGE 13.5 inch studio pottery bowl, 1956, stoneware, 6 1/4"H x 13 1/2"Diam.

Jan Jones American, (20th century) LARGE 13.5 inch studio pottery bowl, 1956 stoneware Signed and dated under base.

Lot: 91 - Robert Lohman, Indiana (1919-2001), Jester, 1949, glazed studio ceramic bust, 20 1/2"H x 13"W x 15 1/4"D

Robert Lohman Indiana, (1919-2001) Jester, 1949 glazed studio ceramic bust Signed to base. This item requires local pickup or third party shipping. Lohman studied at John Herron Art Institute, and Cranbrook and Yale for graduate work. Assisted Carl Milles at Cranbrook Academy before becoming Director of Fine Arts there from 1947-49. Also taught at Washington U. in St. Louis, and the Indianapolis Art League for 10 years. Teachers include: Maija Grotell and Gaetano Cecere. Among his many accomplishments as an artist, he designed the medal for the Indy 500 Pacemaker Club, 1965, and the medal to represent the US at the Exposition Internationale de la Medaille in Athens, 1966.

Lot: 92 - Maurice Verrier, French (1917-2004), abstract, 1940s, oil on board, 29 1/2"H x 14 1/2"W (sight), 38"H x 23"W, (frame)

Maurice Verrier French, (1917-2004) abstract, 1940s oil on board Signed lower right. After Klee and Miro. Biography from the Archives of askART: Maurice Verrier was born in St. Malo, Brittany, France in 1917. He studied with Andre Lhote, also with Rouault during the German occupation on the Eglise de Normandie. He graduated from the National Academy of Paris Beaux Art. He won many prizes and honorable mentions in London, Paris Berlin and Rome. Information from Martin Lowitz Gallery submitted by Ralph Blunt

Lot: 93 - Reuven Rubin, Romania / Israel (1893-1974), Mother and Child, 1968, watercolor and india ink on paper, 22"H x 17 1/2"W (sight), 34 1/2"H x 28 1/2"W (frame)

Reuven Rubin Romania / Israel, (1893-1974) Mother and Child, 1968 watercolor and india ink on paper Signed lower center. Gallery label verso. Exhibited: Irving Galleries, Palm Beach, FL. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Biography from the Archives of askART: Rubin Zelicovici (later Reuven Rubin) was born in Galati to a poor Romanian Jewish Hasidic family. He was the

Lot: 94 - Jean Jansem, France, Armenia (1920 - 2013), untitled from Les Soliloques du Pauvres (The Poor Man's Soliloquies), 1960, lithograph, 15"H x 11"W

Jean Jansem France, Armenia, (1920 - 2013) untitled from Les Soliloques du Pauvres (The Poor Man's Soliloquies), 1960 lithograph Pencil signed lower right, artist's proof lower left. Titled and dated verso. Edition of 20. Biography from the Archives of askART: Jean Jansen is a figure, landscape, marine and genre painter of European subjects: fishermen and children of Greece, bullfighting in Spain, Italian landscapes and markets, scenes of Venice and French France village marketplaces and landscapes. He was born in 1920 in Seuleuze, Asia Minor (Armenia) and spent his childhood in Salonika, Greece. He arrived in France at the age of 11 where he started painting. He took evening courses in the Montparnasse Quarter in Paris, and graduated from the School of Arts Dératifs in 1938. He often visited the atelier of "La Grande Chaumière", and exhibited his first oil painting at the "Salon des Indépendants" in 1939. Since 1951, Jansem has held exhibitions of his work in France (Paris, Amiens, Nantes, Avignon, Marseille, Nancy, Toulouse, Cannes, Mulhouse, Bayonville, Clermont-Ferrand...) and in other countries (Rome, Palermo, Lausanne, New-York, Chicago, Palm-Beach, London, Brussels, Montréal, Tokyo, Osaka, Beirut, Sao Paolo, Johannesburg, Germany, Art Expo New York and Los Angeles. Source: http://www.stephaniesartgallery.com/FINE_ART/Jean_Jansem/jean_jansem.html

Lot: 95 - Jean Paul Darriau, Indiana (1929-2006), female nude, bronze, 40"H x 15"W x 11"D

Jean Paul Darriau Indiana, (1929-2006) female nude bronze This item requires local pickup or third party shipping. Please contact us for a list of preferred shippers. Signed to base. Reported to be one of only two. Biography from Blogs.Libraries.Indiana.edu: Although you many not know Jean-Paul Darriau's name, if you live in Bloomington, you have likely seen his work. Darriau, Associate Professor of Sculpture at IU from 1961-1996, earned his Master of Fine Arts at the University of Minnesota in 1954. He received two Fulbright grants, which allowed him to spend two years working in bronze casting techniques at the Istituto d'Arte in Florence and the Guastini Foundry in Pistoria. During his career, his work was presented nationally and internationally at museums such as the Guggenheim Museum and the Joseph Hirschorn Collection in Washington, D.C. Several of those repositories, including the Indiana University Art Museum, retain examples of his sculpture as part of their permanent collections. Today, Darriau's art remains on display in Bloomington. Cast in bronze in 1965, "The Space Between: Adam and Eve" (seen below) is situated at the edge of Dunn Woods just behind Kirkwood Hall on the IU campus. In May 2011, a storm with severe winds damaged both figures. Their pedestals shifted, and a fallen tree limb caused a dent in Adam's head. The figures were restored in 2012. Photograph of the nude sculpture of Eve, part of "The Space Between: Adam and Eve." Titled "The Space Between: Adam and Eve," the sculptures are located on IU's Bloomington campus. Photograph of the nude sculpture of Adam, part of "The Space Between: Adam and Eve." Clay model of "Adam" and "Eve" before being cast into bronze. A second piece "Red, Blond, Black, and Olive," consisting of two 11-ton slabs of limestone carved with faces depicting the racial diversity in Bloomington, resides on the city's Northside in Miller-Showers Park. According to the City of Bloomington, the sculpture was chosen through a competition judged by a committee of artists, businessmen, Bloomington citizens and Mayor Francis X. McCloskey. It is considered the initial achievement of Bloomington's Community Arts Commission. After being situated in the center of Miller-Showers Park for 22 years, "Red, Blonde, Black and Olive" was relocated to its current plaza in 2002.

Lot: 96 - Lazarus, (20th century), Art Deco seated female nude portrait, young beaty with short bob haircut, 1918, gouache and crayon on paper, 13"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 21 1/2"H x 14 1/2"W (frame)

Lazarus (20th century) Art Deco seated female nude portrait, young beaty with short bob haircut, 1918 gouache and crayon on paper Signed and dated lower left. Marked with insignia lower right.

Lot: 97 - Richard Hall, England (b. 1952), Republic Tegulate D-J, monotype, 25"H x 36 1/4"W (sight), 36 1/4"H x 48 1/4"W (frame)

Richard Hall England, (b. 1952) Republic Tegulate D-J monotype Numbered 1/1 lower left, titled lower center, signed lower right. Biography from Trailside Galleries: Richard Hall, b. 1952, Bradford, Yorkshire (England) Richard was born in the industrial heart of northern England. After earning his post-graduate teaching degree he left England for warmer climates. Richard has been painting all of his life, creating works of art in a wide variety of styles. He worked many years in the Fine Art Publishing business, creating large bodies of works for clients. The styles would range from classical to geometric to romantic depending on the client's needs. Richard was well known for his ability to anticipate trends in the world of design and jump out ahead of them. He enjoyed the satisfaction of applying his talents to this demanding challenge and leading others in the processes. In 2006 Richard made the decision that now was the time for him to pursue his life-long love of traditional painting and to create a body of work that was truly his own. Over many decades as a painter Richard has developed his signature look. Whether a large scale landscape or an intimate still life, his paintings are instantly recognizable. Characterized by a lack of visible brush strokes, thoughtful (sometimes whimsical) compositions, and realistic textures, his paintings glow with a brilliant luminescent quality.

Lot: 98 - Venice, Italian architectural etching vista of San Giorgio & San Marco Column & Lion. 4 7/8"H x 2 7/8"W (plate), 14 3/4"H x 10 3/4"W (frame)

Venice, Italian architectural etching vista of San Giorgio & San Marco Column & Lion. signed initials MP in the plate.

Lot: 99 - Ernest David Roth, New York / Germany (1879 - 1964), canal scene, etching, 11"H x 9"W (sheet)

Ernest David Roth New York / Germany, (1879 - 1964) canal scene etching Pencil signed lower right. Biography from Williams American Art Galleries: Ernest David Roth was born on 17 January 1879 in Stuttgart, Germany. A few years later, he and his family moved to America. Because it was necessary for him to work during the day, Roth enrolled in night classes at the National Academy of Design. He began studying etching under the renowned James D. Smillie who produced etchings and illustrations for many publications. Roth first exhibited in New York and Philadelphia. However, he was financially unsuccessful and did not receive the recognition he desired. As a result, he left for Europe where he concentrated exclusively on etching. While in Florence, he created a series of etchings that immortalized the spirit of Florence. The director of the Uffizi Gallery was so impressed by Roth's work that he purchased the etchings for the Uffizi print department. Upon Roth's return to the United States, he exhibited frequently throughout the country and won numerous awards, including First prize for Architectural Subject from the Chicago Society of Etchers and the J. Sanford Saltus Prize from the Salmagundi Club. Clearly, as one critic noted, "Mr. Roth's work has been welcomed in America as promising well for the future of the art." His work remains in countless collections across the country. Besides housing examples of Roth's work, Silvermine College of Art has his printing press from which he produced countless etchings. Ernest David Roth died in 1964.

Lot: 100 - Ernest David Roth, New York / Germany (1879 - 1964), Old Houses in Verona, Italy, etching, 11 1/2"H x 13 3/4"W (sheet)

Ernest David Roth New York / Germany, (1879 - 1964) Old Houses in Verona, Italy etching Pencil signed and dated lower right. Signed and dated in the plate. Biography from Williams American Art Galleries: Ernest David Roth was born on 17 January 1879 in Stuttgart, Germany. A few years later, he and his family moved to America. Because it was necessary for him to work during the day, Roth enrolled in night classes at the National Academy of Design. He began studying etching under the renowned James D. Smillie who produced etchings and illustrations for many publications. Roth first exhibited in New York and Philadelphia. However, he was financially unsuccessful and did not receive the recognition he desired. As a result, he left for Europe where he concentrated exclusively on etching. While in Florence, he created a series of etchings that immortalized the spirit of Florence. The director of the Uffizi Gallery was so impressed by Roth's work that he purchased the etchings for the Uffizi print department. Upon Roth's return to the United States, he exhibited frequently throughout the country and won numerous awards, including First prize for Architectural Subject from the Chicago Society of Etchers and the J. Sanford Saltus Prize from the Salmagundi Club. Clearly, as one critic noted, "Mr. Roth's work has been welcomed in America as promising well for the future of the art." His work remains in countless collections across the country. Besides housing examples of Roth's work, Silvermine College of Art has his printing press from which he produced countless etchings. Ernest David Roth died in 1964.

Lot: 101 - Unknown , (20th/21st century), abstract landscape, oil on canvas, 11 3/4"H x 15 5/8"W, 19 3/8"H x 23 1/2"W (frame)

Unknown (20th/21st century) abstract landscape oil on canvas Unsigned.

Lot: 102 - Pair of Japanese mid century porcelain hand decorated art 12inch charger plates with domestic mother father child familial scenes 12 1/4”Diam.

Pair of Japanese mid century porcelain hand decorated art 12inch charger plates with domestic mother father child familial scenes

Lot: 103 - Pair of three-light French gilt bronze and porcelain Blanc-de-Chine mounted branch candelabra with Chinese figures on Foo Lions. 13 1/2”H x 11 1/2”W (one figural base)

Pair of three-light French gilt bronze and porcelain Blanc-de-Chine mounted branch candelabra with Chinese figures on Foo Lions. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 104 - French Louis XV style provincial painted wood console table with carved seashell motif, drawer and cloven hoof feet. 28 1/2"H x 43 1/4"W x 27 1/2"D

French Louis XV style provincial painted wood console table with carved seashell motif, drawer and cloven hoof feet. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 105 - Silver metal clad Curule bench with Burmese kalaga tapestry upholstered seat and brass mixed metal trim. 22"H x 30"W x 16"D

Silver metal clad Curule bench with Burmese kalaga tapestry upholstered seat and brass mixed metal trim. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 106 - Asian Tibetan seated patinated bronze Green Tara Buddha / Bodhisattva statue, 36 inch. 36”H x 17”W x 14”D

Asian Tibetan seated patinated bronze Green Tara Buddha / Bodhisattva statue, 36 inch. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 107 - French Provincial Louis XV style commode 2 drawer bombe dresser, white washed distressed finish. 32"H x 34"W x 21"D

French Provincial Louis XV style commode 2 drawer bombe dresser, white washed distressed finish. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 108 - Ornate Rococo Revival carved wood full length pier mirror with rustic finish. 69 1/4"H x 27"W (frame)

Ornate Rococo Revival carved wood full length pier mirror with rustic finish. has a blemish on the mirror glass middle left. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 109 - Silver metal clad Curule bench with cheetah animal print chenille upholstery, brass trim and silvered paw feet. 21 1/2"H x 31"W x 15 3/4"D

Silver metal clad Curule bench with cheetah animal print chenille upholstery, brass trim and silvered paw feet. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 110 - Pair of French Baccarat style crystal and gilt bronze branch form 4 light girandole candelabra. 21”H x 18”W (one)

Pair of French Baccarat style crystal and gilt bronze branch form 4 light girandole candelabra. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 111 - Pair of large Chinese polychrome carved wood Bodhisattva Guanyin standing figures. 21”H x 5”W x 5 1/2”D (larger)

Pair of large Chinese polychrome carved wood Bodhisattva Guanyin standing figures. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 112 - Rose Tarlow Melrose House Doe Foot library table; black lacquer chinoiserie desk with gilt landscape scenic and 2 drawers. 28"H x 51"W x 27"D

Rose Tarlow Melrose House Doe Foot library table; black lacquer chinoiserie desk with gilt landscape scenic and 2 drawers. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 113 - GIANT Japanese Meiji white glazed porcelain covered koro censer with shishi foo dog figure on lid and mythical beast masks on tripod feet. 23”H x 15 1/2”W

GIANT Japanese Meiji white glazed porcelain covered koro censer with shishi foo dog figure on lid and mythical beast masks on tripod feet. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 114 - Two antique Chinoiserie lacquer and gilt objects: fan box and footed charger bowl. 2 1/2”H x 14”Diam. (charger)

Two antique Chinoiserie lacquer and gilt objects: fan box and footed charger bowl. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 115 - Small Chinese carved wood scholar cabinet profusely decorated with reticulated bone inlay panels on three sides depicting multiple dragon and auspicious symbol motif. 23"H x 22 1/2"W x 10"D

Small Chinese carved wood scholar cabinet profusely decorated with reticulated bone inlay panels on three sides depicting multiple dragon and auspicious symbol motif. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 116 - Pair of very tall vintage decorator white marble column table lamps with black inlay, ball finials, and bisected black shades 46 1/2”H x 6 3/4”W (base)

Pair of very tall vintage decorator white marble column table lamps with black inlay, ball finials, and bisected black shades both lamps function properly. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 117 - Ludvig Lofgren for Kosta Boda hand-painted glass Tattoo bowl 5"h x 9"Diam.

Ludvig Lofgren for Kosta Boda hand-painted glass Tattoo bowl Numbered and signed underneath.

Lot: 118 - John Atherton, American (1900 - 1952), abstract, oil on canvas, 29 1/2"W x 35 1/4"W (sight), 35 3/4"H x 41 1/2"W (frame)

John Atherton American, (1900 - 1952) abstract oil on canvas Signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: For John Atherton there was no line drawn between "fine" and "commercial" art. He painted pictures for advertisers, magazine covers, and galleries alike. All were characterized by his strong sense of design and color. Atherton was born in Brainerd, Minnesota, studied at the College of the Pacific, and the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco. He first worked in a number of West-Coast art studios learning the basics of his craft. When he won a $500 first prize award in the annual exhibit of the Bohemian Club in 1929, it financed his move to New York. There, he began to do illustrations for advertisers, including General Motors, Container Corporation of America, and Shell Oil, and covers for Fortune, Holiday, and The Saturday Evening Post. His first one-man show was held in Manhattan in 1936. In the "Artists for Victory" show in 1943, his painting, The Black Horse, won the $3,000 fourth prize from among 14,000 entries. It now hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His work is also represented at the Whitney Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Chicago Art Institute, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, The Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo, and the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford. Atherton's great avocation was fishing. He tied flies of original design expertly, was a member of the Anglers' Club, and author of a book, The Fly and the Fish. His death occurred while he was on a salmon-fishing trip in New Brunswick, Canada. He was survived by his wife, Maxine Breeze. Source: Walt and Roger Reed , The Illustrator in America, 1880-1980; A Century of Illustration

Lot: 119 - Harriet Shorr, New York (1939-2016), Glass, Gladioli, Grapes, 1985, pastel on paper, 22"H x 30"W (sight), 28 1/4"H x 36"W (frame)

Harriet Shorr New York, (1939-2016) Glass, Gladioli, Grapes, 1985 pastel on paper signed lower right. Biography from askART: Education : 1960 BA from Swarthmore College; 1962 BFA from Yale School of Art and Architecture Exhibits (solo) 1994 Gallery Camino Road in Boca Raton; 1993 Gallery of Contemporary Art at University of Colorado; 1993 Editions Limited Gallery at Indiana Evelyn Siegel Gallery; 1992 Recent Paintings and Monotypes at Neuberger Museum; 1992 Cumberland Gallery in Nashville, TN; 1991 Recent Paintings and Monotypes at Rahr West Museum in Manitowoc, WI; 1991 Monotypes at Theodore B. Donson Gallery; 1991 Paintings and Monotypes at M.A. Doran Gallery in Tulsa, OK; 1990 Gloria Luria Gallery at Bay Harobr Islands Exhibits (group) 1995 170th Annual at National Academy; 1994 10 Choose 10 at New York Studio School; 1994 Relatively Speaking at Newhouse Gallery of Art; 1994 American Realism and Figurative Painting at Cline Fine Arts Gallery in Santa Fe,NM; 1994 Flowers!!! at Babcock Galleries; 1993 Celebration at G. W. Einstein Gallery; 1993 Still Life 1963-1993 at Gerald Peters Gallery; 1993 Contemporary Realist Watercolor at Sewall Art Gallery; 1993 Works by Women Artists at Bryn Mawr College; 1993 Contemporary Realist Painting at Levinson Gallery in Boston; 1992 The Home Show at Levinson Kane Gallery; 1992 Realist Painting at Broden Gallery in Madison, WI; 1992 Women's Print Show at Callen McJunkin in Charleston, WV; Three from New York at Gloria Luria Gallery Holdings : Art Institute of Chicago; Brooklyn Museum; Utah Museum of Fine Art; Chemical Bank; Citicorpo N.A.; Hyatt Regency Hotel Corporation; Estee Lauder Corporation; Champion International

Lot: 120 - Judy Pfaff, New York (b.1946), Untitled, 1993, encaustic and fabric dye on botanical print on paper, 10 3/4"H x 14 1/4"W (sight), 13 1/4"H x 16 3/4"W (frame)

Judy Pfaff New York, (b.1946) Untitled, 1993 encaustic and fabric dye on botanical print on paper signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Judy Pfaff was born in 1946 in London, England. She attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois; and in 1971 got her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Washington University in St.Louis, Missouri. In 1973, she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Pfaff began her career as a painter, studying with Al Held. She has also been a sculptor and has done installation work for twenty-five years. She is married to photographer Rob van Erve. She has been Art Professor and co-chairman of the Art Department at Bard College, Annadale-on-Hudson, New York. The time came when Pfaff proved that she is as comfortable working in two dimensions as she was in three. She focuses now on the tensions between nature and culture. She is making art that seems designed to frustrate any attempts to characterize it. Her swirling, scribbled forms and flashy, set-your-teeth-on-edge colors give ample reason for causing people to pay attention. Sources include: From the Internet, AskART.com Review by Diedre Stein in ARTnews, November 1994 John Ashbery in Newsweek, February 23, 1981 Written and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher form Laguna Woods, California.

Lot: 121 - Robert Breer, American (1926 - 2011), abstract, 1965, pencil, pastel, crayon, 16 1/4"H x 20"W(frame), 12"H x 15 3/4"W(paper)

Robert Breer American, (1926 - 2011) abstract, 1965 pencil, pastel, crayon Signed verso. Biography from Butler Institute of American Art: Robert Breer's career as artist and animator spans 50 years and his creative explorations have made him an international figure. He began his artistic pursuits as a painter while living in Paris from 1949-59. Using an old Bolex 16mm camera, his first

Lot: 122 - Hans Hofmann, German (1880 - 1966), abstract landscape, 1943, crayon / ink wash on paper, 23 1/2"H x 20 1/2"W(frame), 17"H x 14"W(paper)

Hans Hofmann German, (1880 - 1966) abstract landscape, 1943 crayon / ink wash on paper Signed and dated lower right. Exhibited: Andre Emmerich Gallery, NY; The Gallery at Rosenblum Farm, CO Provenance: Estate of Hans Hofmann Biography from the Archives of askART: The only artist of the New York school to participate directly in European modernism, Hans Hofmann became known as the

Lot: 123 - Ulfert Wilke, German (1907 - 1987), untitled #2971,1967, tint and gouache, 35 1/2"H x 26 1/2"W(frame), 27 1/4"H x 19"W(sight)

Ulfert Wilke German, (1907 - 1987) untitled #2971,1967 tint and gouache Signed with initials and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of AskArt: Ulfert Wilke is known for his calligraphic creations in abstract, non-lettered configuration which form rhythmic cluster and shape open spaces. His creations are in watercolor, ink and acrylic. The artist was also a teacher, art collector, curator, and museum director. Ulfert was born in Bavaria, Germany in 1907 immigrated to the United States in 1938 and because a citizen in 1943. He had a number of one-man exhibitions worldwide. Germany in 1930s and 1950s, Denver Art Museum in 1943, Georgia Museum in Athens 1956, De Young Museum in San Francisco 1959, Des Moines Art Center in 1970, a traveling exhibition to Omaha and San Francisco in 1970, Charles H. McNider Museum in Iowa 1974 and the Arts Club of Chicago 1977. During his career he was awarded Guggenheim fellowships to Germany and Italy. First prized in 1943 from the Delgado Museum in New Orleans. In 1956 a Georgia Museum purchase award. His work is in permanent collections of the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Art, . Des Moines Art Center, Dayton Art Institute, New, York University Art Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum and the Museum of Tel Aviv in Israel. He has participated in numerous group shows, including the Tokyo Biennial. Numerous collectors hold in private collections. The work of Ulfert Wilke was described by Alfred Frankenstein of the 'San Francisco Chronicle': "These works are exquisitely done, evoking the baffling beauties of distant languages one cannot decipher in the drawing of these dancing, lashing, interacting strokes, and their placement in the white, two-dimensional field of the paper, Ulfert Wilke is a past master, gentler than Klee or Miro among the other great modern calligraphers, but of their class and quality."

Lot: 124 - Venini red and black Battuto Murano art glass vase with cut back circle design. 11"H x 4 1/2"W

Venini red and black Battuto Murano art glass vase with cut back circle design.

Lot: 125 - Petite Barcalounger black leather recliner chair with pop up footrest 32"H x 29"W x 35"D

Petite Barcalounger black leather recliner chair with pop up footrest Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 126 - Silvered modern decorator branch form naturalistic twig coat rack. 71"H x 24"W x 21"D

Silvered modern decorator branch form naturalistic twig coat rack. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 127 - Vintage Hollywood regency mirrored chrome dresser / chest of drawers / sideboard with rounded sides and glass top overlay. 25 1/2"H x 44"W x 18"D

Vintage Hollywood regency mirrored chrome dresser / chest of drawers / sideboard with rounded sides and glass top overlay. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 128 - Empire style caned, ebonized, and gilt curule form armchair and ottoman bench., 32"H x 23"W x 25"D (chair)

Empire style caned, ebonized, and gilt curule form armchair and ottoman bench. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 129 - Pair of wood decorator stools in the Senufo style. 18 1/2"H x 22"W x 14"D (one)

Pair of wood decorator stools in the Senufo style. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 130 - GIANT African Baule Goli dance mask with female figural crest. 53"H x 25"W x 10"D

GIANT African Baule Goli dance mask with female figural crest. This item requires local pickup or third party shipping. Please contact us for a list of preferred shippers.

Lot: 131 - African Burkina Faso Bwa Bobo carved and polychrome zoomorphic crocodile crest / plank mask 9 1/4"H x 54"W x 9"D

African Burkina Faso Bwa Bobo carved and polychrome zoomorphic crocodile crest / plank mask This item requires local pickup or third party shipping. Please contact us for a list of preferred shippers.

Lot: 132 - African shadow figure totem carved mahogany wood figural sculpture, Sierra Leone, 6 feet 9 inches. 83"H x 24"W x 15"D

African shadow figure totem carved mahogany wood figural sculpture, Sierra Leone, 6 feet 9 inches.

Lot: 133 - African Baga people tall carved and polychromed wood figural drum totem, Guinea. 58"H x 15"W x 15"D

African Baga people tall carved and polychromed wood figural drum totem, Guinea.

Lot: 134 - African tribal carved wood disc rack stand. 87" x 12" x 12"

African tribal carved wood disc rack stand. wood, fiber, fabric

Lot: 135 - Norbert Lenz, Ohio (1900 - 1992), abstract still life, oil on masonite, 48"H x 36"W (sight), 56"H x 44"W (frame)

Norbert Lenz Ohio, (1900 - 1992) abstract still life oil on masonite Signed upper right. Biography from Butler Institute of American Art Born Norwalk,OH March 2, 1900. Education : Cleveland School of Art; Huntington Polytechnic Institute. Member : Cleveland School of Art. Exhibits : Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art 1930 - 1939; Art Institute of Chicago 1936; Butler Art Institute 1943 and 1944 Cleveland Museum of Art 1930 - 1944; Ohio Water Color Exhibition 1945.

Lot: 136 - James Spencer Russell, Indiana, New York (1915-2000), abstract, mixed media oil on board, 7 1/2"H x 9 1/2"W (sight), 9"H x 11 1/4"W (frame)

James Spencer Russell Indiana, New York, (1915-2000) abstract mixed media oil on board Signed verso. Biography from Indiana State Museum: James Spencer Russell (1915-2000) was born in Monticello, Indiana, but spent much of his life in New York City. He studied with Raymond Johnson at the University of New Mexico where he received his BFA, and with Donald Oenlenger at Yale University where he received his MFA. Russell exhibited his work in New York City with the Ruth White Gallery at 42 East 57th Street. His first one-man exhibition with the gallery, "Constructions", ran from April 21 through May 16, 1964. The exhibition was reviewed in The New York Times by Brian O'Doherty, the preeminent New York art critic of the era. Russell continued to exhibit all across the U.S. from 1961 to the 1990s, and was considered a pioneer of set design for conversion to color television, working at NBC Television in the 1950's. His one-man shows of watercolors and drawings resulted in the inclusion of pieces in the movies Midnight Cowboy and John and Mary. An avid jazz fan, his work was on the cover of Chico Freeman's album titled Chico., and exhibited at the American Federation of the Arts, the Rhode Island School of Design and at Southern Illinois University before he retired to his hometown of Kewanna, Indiana.

Lot: 137 - James Spencer Russell, Indiana, New York (1915-2000), Sticks and Stones #1, mixed media oil on canvas, 8"H x 9 3/4"W (sight), 11"H x 9"W (frame)

James Spencer Russell Indiana, New York, (1915-2000) Sticks and Stones #1 mixed media oil on canvas Signed verso. Biography from Indiana State Museum: James Spencer Russell (1915-2000) was born in Monticello, Indiana, but spent much of his life in New York City. He studied with Raymond Johnson at the University of New Mexico where he received his BFA, and with Donald Oenlenger at Yale University where he received his MFA. Russell exhibited his work in New York City with the Ruth White Gallery at 42 East 57th Street. His first one-man exhibition with the gallery, "Constructions", ran from April 21 through May 16, 1964. The exhibition was reviewed in The New York Times by Brian O'Doherty, the preeminent New York art critic of the era. Russell continued to exhibit all across the U.S. from 1961 to the 1990s, and was considered a pioneer of set design for conversion to color television, working at NBC Television in the 1950's. His one-man shows of watercolors and drawings resulted in the inclusion of pieces in the movies Midnight Cowboy and John and Mary. An avid jazz fan, his work was on the cover of Chico Freeman's album titled Chico., and exhibited at the American Federation of the Arts, the Rhode Island School of Design and at Southern Illinois University before he retired to his hometown of Kewanna, Indiana.

Lot: 138 - James Spencer Russell, Indiana, New York (1915-2000), untitled, mixed media oil on board, 9 1/2"H x 10 1/4"W (sight), 10 1/2"H x 11 1/4"W (frame)

James Spencer Russell Indiana, New York, (1915-2000) untitled mixed media oil on board Signed verso. Biography from Indiana State Museum: James Spencer Russell (1915-2000) was born in Monticello, Indiana, but spent much of his life in New York City. He studied with Raymond Johnson at the University of New Mexico where he received his BFA, and with Donald Oenlenger at Yale University where he received his MFA. Russell exhibited his work in New York City with the Ruth White Gallery at 42 East 57th Street. His first one-man exhibition with the gallery, "Constructions", ran from April 21 through May 16, 1964. The exhibition was reviewed in The New York Times by Brian O'Doherty, the preeminent New York art critic of the era. Russell continued to exhibit all across the U.S. from 1961 to the 1990s, and was considered a pioneer of set design for conversion to color television, working at NBC Television in the 1950's. His one-man shows of watercolors and drawings resulted in the inclusion of pieces in the movies Midnight Cowboy and John and Mary. An avid jazz fan, his work was on the cover of Chico Freeman's album titled Chico., and exhibited at the American Federation of the Arts, the Rhode Island School of Design and at Southern Illinois University before he retired to his hometown of Kewanna, Indiana.

Lot: 139 - Harry Allen Davis Jr., Indiana (1914-2006), landscape with trees, acrylic on paper, 17 1/4"H x 26"W (sight), 28 3/4"H x 37"W (frame)

Harry Allen Davis Jr. Indiana, (1914-2006) landscape with trees acrylic on paper Signed lower right. Biography from Wickliff & Associates Auctioneers, Inc.: Born in Hillsboro Indiana in 1914, he moved to Brownsburg in 1920. He entered Herron School of Art in 1933 and earned his BFA in 1938, the same year he won Prix de Rome in Painting. He spent the third year with the academy in New York City. In 1941 he was named Artist-in-residence at Beloit College, Wisconsin. After enlisting in the Army in 1942, he designed camouflage in North Africa and in 1944 became a combat artist with the Fifth Army Historical unit in Italy. The drawings and paintings completed during this time are property of the War Department at the Pentagon. His studio was located in Brownsburg until 1960. At that time, he began an ongoing series of paintings of landmarks that interested him and has since completed over 500 of these paintings. For 37 years he taught drawing and painting at the Herron School of Art and was proclaimed Professor Emeritus. In 1971, the school recognized his 25th year of teaching with a stipend from the Milliken Fund for research in England. For the Indiana Sesquicentennial in 1972 he presented an exhibition entitled "My City" at the Herron gallery. A sabbatical in 1975 enabled him to paint in Southern Indiana for his "A Segment of the Historic Ohio River Valley" as part of the U.S. Bicentennial celebration in 1976. For a traveling show in 1983, "Here and There; The Italian Influence", he compared buildings of Indiana to those of Italy. Because of his fascination with Hoosier architecture, he received the Sandi Servaas Memorial Award from Historic Landmarks of Indiana. He died in Indianapolis, Thursday, February 9, 2006. Submitted by Darin Lawson, CAI, Auctioneer, Wickliff & Associates Auctioneer, Inc.

Lot: 140 - Georges Feher, Hungarian (1929-2015), village cityscape, oil on paper, 10 3/4"H x 14 3/8"W (image)

Georges Feher Hungarian, (1929-2015) village cityscape oil on paper Signed lower right.

Lot: 141 - Unknown American, (20th century), floral still life, oil on masonite in gilt gesso frame, unsigned. 7 7/8"H x 4"W (sight), 12 1/4"H x 8 1/4"W (frame)

Unknown American, (20th century), floral still life, oil on masonite in gilt gesso frame, unsigned. Provenance: from a New York 20th Century art collection.

Lot: 142 - Collection of decorative items: antique gilt painted oval mirror with carved floral swag, lot of 4 turned wood candlesticks candleholders 19"H x 12 1/4"W (mirror)

Collection of decorative items: antique gilt painted oval mirror with carved floral swag, lot of 4 turned wood candlesticks candleholders

Lot: 143 - Collection of 6 Asian blue and white porcelain dishes: 2 teacups and 4 rectangular serving dishes 1 1/2"H x 8"W x 4 1/2"D (one dish)

Collection of 6 Asian blue and white porcelain dishes: 2 teacups and 4 rectangular serving dishes Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 144 - Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vase and teapot / soy pot set. 12"H x 8"Diam. (largest)

Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vase and teapot / soy pot set. Vase has repair.

Lot: 145 - Japanese floral scroll 65"H x 27"W

Japanese floral scroll

Lot: 146 - Banqiao Zheng?, Chinese (1693 - 1765), bamboo, ink on paper, 29"H x 13"W, 29 5/8"H x 13 1/4"W (frame)

Banqiao Zheng? Chinese, (1693 - 1765) bamboo ink on paper Zheng Xie Zheng Banqiao

Lot: 147 - Hiroshige II (Japanese, 1797 - 1858), Night Rain at the Pillow Bridges, color woodblock print, and LIttle Poems from Japanese Anthologies poetry book 10 1/4" x 8"

Hiroshige II (Japanese, 1797 - 1858), Night Rain at the Pillow Bridges, color woodblock print, and LIttle Poems from Japanese Anthologies poetry book Illustrated by Japanese artists, published by T. Hasegawa, Tokyo.

Lot: 148 - Gyokuha Tamanami, Japanese (Active Circa 1900-1920), sumo wrestler, color woodblock print, 21 1/4" x 16" x 1"

Gyokuha Tamanami Japanese, (Active Circa 1900-1920) sumo wrestler color woodblock print

Lot: 149 - Ohara Koson, Japanese (1877 - 1945), Rooster and Hen, color woodblock print, 13 1/4"H x 8 5/8"W (sight), 19 3/4"H x 12 3/4"W (mat)

Ohara Koson Japanese, (1877 - 1945) Rooster and Hen color woodblock print Pencil signed lower right, titled lower left. Signature and red chop seal in the print. Staining on the mat edges and tear top left.

Lot: 150 - Persian illuminated manuscript leaf page with equestrians hand painted scene. 11 1/2"H x 7 3/4"W (sight), 14 3/4"H x 11"W (frame)

Persian illuminated manuscript leaf page with equestrians hand painted scene.

Lot: 151 - Collection of 4 Japanese carved okimono figure, merchant figure groups, and small Buddha. 7 1/2"H x 2 1/4"W (largest)

Collection of 4 Japanese carved okimono figure, merchant figure groups, and small Buddha. Three with wood stands. The largest one is signed underneath.

Lot: 152 - Shanxi red lacquer chest on stand trunk with gilt butterfly paintings and decoration, ca. 1880-1900 22"H x 35"W x 16"D(with stand)

Shanxi red lacquer chest on stand trunk with gilt butterfly paintings and decoration, ca. 1880-1900 Made of Elm and Chinese Oak. Includes Certificate of Antiquity. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 153 - Chinese cinnabar round lacquer box with carved scene of figures in a landscape. 3"H x 5"Diam.

Chinese cinnabar round lacquer box with carved scene of figures in a landscape.

Lot: 154 - Pair of Chinese carved red lacquer panels with gilt details with carved and painted figures in battle and celebration. 36 1/2"H X 19 5/8"W x 1 1/2"D (each)

Pair of Chinese carved red lacquer panels with gilt details with carved and painted figures in battle and celebration.

Lot: 155 - Chinese Export porcelain Famille Rose brush pot and shaped demilune bowl 2 1/2”H x 8 1/2”W x 5”D (dish)

Chinese Export porcelain Famille Rose brush pot and shaped demilune bowl Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 156 - Chinese Famille Rose porcelain Kamcheng food storage jar with wire metal handles and fruit lid pull. 7"H x 5 1/2"Diam.

Chinese Famille Rose porcelain Kamcheng food storage jar with wire metal handles and fruit lid pull.

Lot: 157 - Chinese cinnabar Hu vase with dragon motif 14 1/4"H x 6 3/4"W x 5 1/2"D

Chinese cinnabar Hu vase with dragon motif Major cracks, chips throughout. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 158 - Jane Atkinson, British (b. 1927), Stormy Weather, etching, 3 ½" H x 10 ½" W (plate), 9 1/2"H x 16 W (frame)

Jane Atkinson British, (b. 1927) Stormy Weather etching Signed and titled in pencil; numbered: 1/12. Framed. Gallery labels on the back.

Lot: 159 - Sidney Goodman, Pennsylvania, New York (1936 - 2013), My Arrival, 1959, ink and oil on paper, 8"H x 10 1/2"W (image), 12"H x 14 1/2"W (backing)

Sidney Goodman Pennsylvania, New York, (1936 - 2013) My Arrival, 1959 ink and oil on paper Signed, dated, and titled lower right. Exhibited: Terry Dintenfass Gallery, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Sidney Goodman was born in 1936 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He achieved national recognition shortly after earning a degree in illustration at the Philadelphia College of Art in 1958. Since 1960 he has supported himself by teaching, first at the Philadelphia College of Art and beginning in 1979, at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Goodman played an important role for artists seeking humanist and/or realist alternatives to the ideals and imperatives of 20th century abstraction. The history of his art can be divided into three periods: 1) an expressionistic painter of humanist angst, 2) then a turn-back toward realism and 3) finally, a shift toward allegory and expressionism. Written and submitted September 2004 by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher from Laguna Woods, California. Sources include: 'Portraits and Portents' by Ken Johnson in "Art in America", September 1996 From the internet, artchive.com

Lot: 160 - Jean Liberte, New York / Italy (1896 - 1965), seascape, casein on board, 19"H x 15 1/2"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 26 1/4"W (frame)

Jean Liberte New York / Italy, (1896 - 1965) seascape casein on board Signed lower right. Signed Biography from Butler's Fine Art: Jean Louis Liberte graduated from The Cooper Union in New York City in 1916 and then studied with Kenneth Hayes Miller at The Art Students League, where he later taught from 1945 until 1965. He also studied at The National Academy of Design and The Beaux-Arts Institute. In 1960 the National Academly elected him full Academician. He was a recognized authority on the technical aspects of casein painting. During his lifetime, Liberte exhibited widely and won many prizes, including the W.A. Clark Prize at The Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. in 1945. His paintings are in the collections of The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Tel Aviv Museum, among others. In the year of his death a complete retrospective was held at The Art Students League and a short time later another retrospective was held at The Butler Institute of American Art. Although his first love was for the earthy works of Jean Francois Millet - he added the name "Jean" to his given name of Louis at his confirmation in memory of Millet - Liberte was also influenced by the early dark works of his teacher, Kenneth Hayes Miller, and by the great Romanticist, Albert Pinkham Ryder. In 1945, Liberte was termed a "Night Blooming Artist" by Harry Salpeter in one of his profiles of American artists for "Esquire Magazine". This was due to the fact that, unlike most artists, Liberte loved to paint at night. One of our earliest Romantic Expressionists, the best known paintings of Jean Louis Liberte are coastal night scenes, but even his figural works appear to have been painted by moonlight.

Lot: 161 - Mary Ray Gehr, Illinois (1910 - 1997), Antibes, 1971, acrylic on canvas, 52 1/4"H x 64 1/4"W (frame)

Mary Ray Gehr Illinois, (1910 - 1997) Antibes, 1971 acrylic on canvas Signed lower left and verso. Exhibited: The Arts Club of Chicago, Annual Exhibition 1971 Biography from Fine Art San Diego: Chicago artist and illustrator Mary Gehr was locally and nationally renowned for her positive influence on her community, on the art world, and in the sphere of children's illustrating.

Lot: 162 - Darrell L. Anderson, American (20th/21st century), LARGE wall size abstract diptych, oil on canvas, 48"H x 72"W

Darrell L. Anderson American, (20th/21st century) LARGE wall size abstract diptych oil on canvas Signed lower left.

Lot: 163 - Yale Burge, NY, NY; French Regency style ebonized bronze mounted double credenza / dresser / chest with 6 drawers. 30 1/2”H x 95”W x 21 1/4”D

Yale Burge, NY, NY; French Regency style ebonized bronze mounted double credenza / dresser / chest with 6 drawers. Rounded sides, gilt trim. Cracked edge and chips on feet. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 164 - Attributed Karl Springer, Jean-Michel Frank (JMF) set of four lacquered dining chairs with leopard print upholstery. 35 1/4”H x 17 3/4”W x 17 3/4”D (one)

Attributed Karl Springer, Jean-Michel Frank (JMF) set of four lacquered dining chairs with leopard print upholstery. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 165 - Two serving trays and stemware: large Italian silverplate serving tray with handles, 29 1/2" x 18 1/2" x 4" (largest tray)

Two serving trays and stemware: large Italian silverplate serving tray with handles, Italian caned serving tray with silverplate rim, set of 8 Calvin Klein wine glasses. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 166 - Lot of 2 decorative mirrors: silver-tone full length mirror and oval wall mirror with frosted sandblasted glass rim 53"H x 17 1/4"W x 1"D (largest)

Lot of 2 decorative mirrors: silver-tone full length mirror and oval wall mirror with frosted sandblasted glass rim Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 167 - George W. Drew, New York (1875-1968), Lady Apples, 1966, oil on board, 10 1/4"H x 14"W

George W. Drew New York, (1875-1968) Lady Apples, 1966 oil on board Signed and dated lower right. From the Archives of askArt: Biography from Rehs Galleries, Inc. George W. Drew was born 21 December 1875 in Massachusetts. He was a member of the Independent Artists Association. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design and they have him recorded as living at 745 Columbus Ave., N.Y. in the year 1898. He also exhibited at the Allied Artists of America, which was established in 1914, Salons of America, N.Y. State Fair, Newark State Fair, Newark Museum and New York Museum of Science & Industry. Although there is little known about the personal life of George W. Drew, his paintings appear on the art market quite often. It is obvious that his work has always been well received because of the numerous exhibitions he has participated in. He is known for his rustic luminous depictions of the Nineteenth Century American Landscape. Like many of the Hudson River Painters, Drew captures the effects of light from within the canvas. He is a master of perspective; his landscapes are classically and harmoniously balanced, leaving the viewer to gently rest their eyes on the rustic countryside.

Lot: 168 - George W. Drew, New York (1875-1968), Still Life With Bananas, 1896, oil on board, 14"H x 18"W

George W. Drew New York, (1875-1968) Still Life With Bananas, 1896 oil on board Signed and dated upper left. "Painted in John Califano studio, 1896" written verso. In need of surface restoration. From the Archives of askArt: Biography from Rehs Galleries, Inc. George W. Drew was born 21 December 1875 in Massachusetts. He was a member of the Independent Artists Association. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design and they have him recorded as living at 745 Columbus Ave., N.Y. in the year 1898. He also exhibited at the Allied Artists of America, which was established in 1914, Salons of America, N.Y. State Fair, Newark State Fair, Newark Museum and New York Museum of Science & Industry. Although there is little known about the personal life of George W. Drew, his paintings appear on the art market quite often. It is obvious that his work has always been well received because of the numerous exhibitions he has participated in. He is known for his rustic luminous depictions of the Nineteenth Century American Landscape. Like many of the Hudson River Painters, Drew captures the effects of light from within the canvas. He is a master of perspective; his landscapes are classically and harmoniously balanced, leaving the viewer to gently rest their eyes on the rustic countryside.

Lot: 169 - George W. Drew, New York (1875-1968), fruit still life, 1961, oil on board, 10"H x 14"W

George W. Drew New York, (1875-1968) fruit still life, 1961 oil on board Signed and dated lower left. From the Archives of askArt: Biography from Rehs Galleries, Inc. George W. Drew was born 21 December 1875 in Massachusetts. He was a member of the Independent Artists Association. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design and they have him recorded as living at 745 Columbus Ave., N.Y. in the year 1898. He also exhibited at the Allied Artists of America, which was established in 1914, Salons of America, N.Y. State Fair, Newark State Fair, Newark Museum and New York Museum of Science & Industry. Although there is little known about the personal life of George W. Drew, his paintings appear on the art market quite often. It is obvious that his work has always been well received because of the numerous exhibitions he has participated in. He is known for his rustic luminous depictions of the Nineteenth Century American Landscape. Like many of the Hudson River Painters, Drew captures the effects of light from within the canvas. He is a master of perspective; his landscapes are classically and harmoniously balanced, leaving the viewer to gently rest their eyes on the rustic countryside.

Lot: 170 - Eugene Higgins, American (1874-1958), boat on the canal with view of city, oil on canvas, 3 1/2"H x 5 1/2"W (sight), 5 3/4"H x 8"W (frame)

Eugene Higgins American, (1874-1958) boat on the canal with view of city oil on canvas Includes letter of authentication. Provenance: Estate of Anita Higgins Cole, widow of Eugene Higgins Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Higgins, a painter and etcher, represented with sentimentality the impact of the homeless, depressed and less fortunate people of society. His

Lot: 171 - Eugene Higgins, American (1874-1958), city street scene, oil on canvas, 5 1/2"H x 3 1/2"W (sight), 8 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (frame)

Eugene Higgins American, (1874-1958) city street scene oil on canvas Includes letter of authentication. Provenance: Estate of Anita Higgins Cole, widow of Eugene Higgins Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Higgins, a painter and etcher, represented with sentimentality the impact of the homeless, depressed and less fortunate people of society. His passionate sympathy for

Lot: 172 - Eugene Higgins, American (1874-1958), figure with dogs, oil on canvas, 3 1/2"H x 5 1/2"W (sight), 6 1/2"H x 8 1/2"W (frame)

Eugene Higgins American, (1874-1958) figure with dogs oil on canvas Includes letter of authentication. Provenance: Estate of Anita Higgins Cole, widow of Eugene Higgins Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Higgins, a painter and etcher, represented with sentimentality the impact of the homeless, depressed and less fortunate people of society. His passionate sympathy for the

Lot: 173 - Eugene Higgins, American (1874-1958), landscape, oil on canvas, 3 1/2"H x 5 1/2"W (sight), 6 1/2"H x 8 1/2"W (frame)

Eugene Higgins American, (1874-1958) landscape oil on canvas Includes letter of authentication. Provenance: Estate of Anita Higgins Cole, widow of Eugene Higgins Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Higgins, a painter and etcher, represented with sentimentality the impact of the homeless, depressed and less fortunate people of society. His passionate sympathy for the poor

Lot: 174 - Eugene Higgins, American (1874-1958), figure on a porch in lush landscape, oil on canvas, 3 1/2"H x 5 1/2"W (sight), 5 1/2"H x 7 1/2"W (frame)

Eugene Higgins American, (1874-1958) figure on a porch in lush landscape oil on canvas Includes letter of authentication. Provenance: Estate of Anita Higgins Cole, widow of Eugene Higgins Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Higgins, a painter and etcher, represented with sentimentality the impact of the homeless, depressed and less fortunate people of society. His

Lot: 175 - Fisher sterling silver cruet decanter bottle 10 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W

Fisher sterling silver cruet decanter bottle

Lot: 176 - Lot of 3 silver tone serving trays: large Rizzato Cibici aluminum square serving tray, large Nambé rectangular alloy serving tray, 1 3/4"H x 18"W x 18"D (largest)

Lot of 3 silver tone serving trays: large Rizzato Cibici aluminum square serving tray, large Nambé rectangular alloy serving tray, small Nambé rectangular alloy serving tray. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 177 - Christofle France silverplate Albi pattern flatware service for 12 + 4 serving; 122 pieces.

Christofle France silverplate Albi pattern flatware service for 12 + 4 serving; 122 pieces. 9 3/4" steak knife, 9 3/4" regular knife, 8" dinner fork, 6 3/4" salad fork, 7 1/2" soup spoon, 6 1/2" luncheon fork, 6 3/4" seafood fork, 6 1/2" butter knife, 5 3/4" dessert spoon, 5 3/4" tea spoon, 10 3/4" cake server, 9 1/2" meat server, 4" tongs, 5" child's spoon Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 178 - Pair of crystal decanters with stoppers 15 3/4"H x 5"W(larger)

Pair of crystal decanters with stoppers

Lot: 179 - Pair of brass girandoles candelabra table lamps with crystal prisms and obelisk finial 21”H x 14”W

Pair of brass girandoles candelabra table lamps with crystal prisms and obelisk finial Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 180 - Attributed Karl Springer, Jean-Michel Frank (JMF) pair lacquered goatskin dining chairs 35 1/2”H X 18”W x 18”D

Attributed Karl Springer, Jean-Michel Frank (JMF) pair lacquered goatskin dining chairs Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 181 - Chinoiserie lacquer and gilt sewing box with scenic panels and paw feet. 5 1/4"H x 15"W x 12”D

Chinoiserie lacquer and gilt sewing box with scenic panels and paw feet. Chips around edge of lid. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 182 - Chinese carved and painted wood figural foo dog / lion statue table lamp on footed base with gilt lotus ornament. 27 1/4”H x 9”W x 6”D

Chinese carved and painted wood figural foo dog / lion statue table lamp on footed base with gilt lotus ornament. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 183 - Chinese archaistic bronze tripod ding censer with incised calligraphy inner, and carved jade? stone finial on wooden cover. 12 3/4"H x 7 1/4"W x 7"D

Chinese archaistic bronze tripod ding censer with incised calligraphy inner, and carved jade? stone finial on wooden cover. Cracks to body.

Lot: 184 - Large Chinese Chippendale chinoiserie ornately carved gilt mirror with dimensional Pagoda cap 63" x 32" x 5"

Large Chinese Chippendale chinoiserie ornately carved gilt mirror with dimensional Pagoda cap This item requires local pickup or third party shipping.

Lot: 185 - Handmade Imported Egyptian Sultanabad Oriental Estate 10'x13' Carpet / Rug, Circa 2000 - 2010, Wool Pile on Cotton Warp. 10' 4" x 13' 9"

Handmade Imported Egyptian Sultanabad Oriental Estate 10'x13' Carpet / Rug, Circa 2000 - 2010Wool Pile on Cotton Warp. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 186 - Estate rug / carpet mat. 32 1/2"H x 19"W

Estate rug / carpet mat.

Lot: 187 - Persian Hamadan navy blue ground estate rug / carpet, ca.1920. 80"H x 45"W

Persian Hamadan navy blue ground estate rug / carpet, ca.1920.

Lot: 188 - Bernhardt Moderne / Hollywood Regency style upholstered modern sofa with even arm curved back dark stain wood frame, single seat cushion, and down filled back pillows. 31"H x 34"D x 78"W

Bernhardt Moderne / Hollywood Regency style upholstered modern sofa with even arm curved back dark stain wood frame, single seat cushion, and down filled back pillows. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 189 - Diego Giacometti (Swiss, 1902-1985), "Lampe Tête de Femme" pair of bronze figural lamps 31”H x 5 1/2”Diam. (lamp base), 17”Diam. (shade)

Diego Giacometti (Swiss, 1902-1985), "Lampe Tête de Femme" pair of bronze figural lamps Possibly from the edition of 200 ca 1970, designed circa 1937. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 190 - Pair modern heavy wrought iron and glass top side tables or dinettes. 26 1/4"H x 26"Diam. (one)

Pair modern heavy wrought iron and glass top side tables or dinettes. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 191 - Pair of wrought iron scroll garden arm chairs with laced canvas seat and back. 34"H x 19"W x 24"D

Pair of wrought iron scroll garden arm chairs with laced canvas seat and back. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 192 - Joseph Jicha, Austria / Hungary / Ohio (1901 - 1960), New Orleans, watercolor on paper, 20 1/4"H x 29"W (sight), 29 3/4"H x 38 1/2W x 1"D (frame)

Joseph Jicha Austria / Hungary / Ohio, (1901 - 1960) New Orleans watercolor on paper Signed and titled lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Joseph Jicha, "commercial artist and watercolorist, was born in Austria-Hungary to Rudolph and Helen (Remesch) Jicha, and came to Cleveland with his family as an infant. His father was a skilled coppersmith who worked decorations for the Cleveland Institute of Art. He apprenticed 13-year-old Joseph to sculptor Walter Sinz at the Institute. As a student, Jicha was a member of the Kokoon Arts Club. The Cleveland Community Fund commissioned him to design a poster for its campaign in 1928. In 1929, Jicha won the international Frank Logan Medal at the Chicago Art Institute for painting. He believed his commercial work helped him as a painter, because of the careful planning of design work. Jicha worked for Fawn Art and Creative Artists on advertisements for the Hotel Statler, Sherwin Williams Company., and Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. His work appeared in the Saturday Evening Post and Life magazine; he won the Art Director's Show in New York City in 1936; and he exhibited paintings at Korner & Wood (1938) and Hotel Alcazar (1941). His paintings were described by critics as having great line strength and composition, with blazing colors. Jicha also exhibited in 1941 by invitation at the National Watercolor Show in San Diego. His work is in the San Diego Museum and the Mexico Natl. Museum. He taught summer school at the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1950. Two years later, Jicha and his wife, the former Cora Smith Ingalis, whom he married in September 1904, traveled across America to paint for a year. The couple had no children. Jicha died in Cleveland and was buried in Olmsted Falls." Source: The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, http://ech.cwru.edu/ech-cgi/article.pl?id=JJW

Lot: 193 - Reynolds Selfridge, Indiana (1898 - 1974), seascape, oil on board, 11 3/8"H x 15 1/2"W, 14 1/2"H x 18 1/2"W (frame)

Reynolds Selfridge Indiana, (1898 - 1974) seascape oil on board Signed lower right. Biography from IndyEncyclopedia.org: (Sept. 30, 1898-Oct. 16, 1974). Landscape and portrait painter Reynolds Selfridge was born in Jasonville, Indiana. After graduating from high school, he attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, and later studied at the JOHN HERRON ART INSTITUTE with HOOSIER GROUP artist WILLIAM FORSYTH. His art education also took him to Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he was a student of Charles Hawthorne, a genre and portrait painter who was a student of WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE and who founded the Cape Cod School of Art in 1899. In February 1926, Selfridge joined the art teaching faculty of ARSENAL TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL. In 1928, he became an art instructor at Herron. Primarily an oil painter, Selfridge's work was well balanced and possessed a keen sense of color. He exhibited in a number of juried shows throughout his career, including the HOOSIER SALON, Indiana State Fair, and Indiana Artists Club art competitions. He produced his most successful work during the 1920s and 1930s. At the annual exhibitions of Indiana artists at Herron, he won the $200 Landon Prize for his painting Old Mill in 1926, and, in 1929, he received the Holcomb Prize for his work Dinty's Home. Selfridge's work is located in both private and public art collections. Five of his works are in the INDIANAPOLIS MUSEUM OF ART : Street Scene (n.d.), In the Park (1924), Assisi Capelli Dei Pellegrini (ca. 1926), Man in Overcoat (1927), and East Coast U.S.A (1933). FRANK N. OWINGS JR. (1994) Revised February 2021

Lot: 194 - Ivan Ellis McDougal, Texas (1927-2005), Vallarta, watercolor on paper, 14"H x 19 3/4"W (sight), 22 1/2"H x 28 1/2"W (frame)

Ivan Ellis McDougal Texas, (1927-2005) Vallarta watercolor on paper Signed lower left, titled verso. Provenance: Keilman & Son Auctioneers Biography from Vogt Auction Texas: A longtime Texas painter, he was born in Lometa and studied at the Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, at Trinity University, and in Chicago at the Academy of Art. He has taught many workshops and a painting class at the Jewish Community Center in San Antonio. He has been a member of the San Antonio Art League of which in 1978, he was voted Artist of the Year, and his work is in the permanent collection of that city's McNay Art Museum.

Lot: 195 - Ivan Ellis McDougal, Texas (1927-2005), Sand Dunes, watercolor on paper, 21 1/4"H x 29"W (sight), 28 3/8"H x 36 1/8"W (frame)

Ivan Ellis McDougal Texas, (1927-2005) Sand Dunes watercolor on paper Signed lower left. Biography from Vogt Auction Texas: A longtime Texas painter, he was born in Lometa and studied at the Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, at Trinity University, and in Chicago at the Academy of Art. He has taught many workshops and a painting class at the Jewish Community Center in San Antonio. He has been a member of the San Antonio Art League of which in 1978, he was voted Artist of the Year, and his work is in the permanent collection of that city's McNay Art Museum.

Lot: 196 - Eugene Francis Savage, American (1883 - 1978), The Sweeper, oil on canvas, 57"H x 35"W(frame), 42"H x 25 1/4"W(sight)

Eugene Francis Savage American, (1883 - 1978) The Sweeper oil on canvas Signed lower right. Exhibited: The Century Association, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Francis Savage, widely known as an American regionalist muralist and a painter of both native Hawaiian and Seminole Indian cultural groups was born in Covington, Indiana on March 29, 1883. He studied at the

Lot: 197 - Eugene Francis Savage, American (1883 - 1978), rocky landscape with harvest dancers, charcoal and chalk on paper, 35 1/4"H x 28 3/4"W(frame), 22 1/2"H x 19 3/4"W(sight)

Eugene Francis Savage American, (1883 - 1978) rocky landscape with harvest dancers charcoal and chalk on paper Signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Eugene Francis Savage, widely known as an American regionalist muralist and a painter of both native Hawaiian and Seminole Indian cultural groups was born in Covington, Indiana on March 29, 1883. He studied at the

Lot: 198 - Frank Hohenberger, Indiana (1876-1963), Blossom Time, photograph, 7 1/4"H x 9"W (sight), 14"H x 15 3/4"W (frame)

Frank Hohenberger Indiana, (1876-1963) Blossom Time photograph Signed lower right, titled lower left. Biography from Indiana University: Photographer and newspaperman Frank Hohenberger spent forty-seven years recording the life, customs, and scenes of the hills of Brown County, Indiana, with side trips and hired assignments in other areas of Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Mexico. Thousands of images taken from 1904-1948 of landscapes, buildings, and people testify to Hohenberger's belief, recorded in his diary, that "pictures speak the only language all mankind can understand."

Lot: 199 - Frank Hohenberger, Indiana (1876-1963), Summer Afternoon, photograph, 9 1/4"H x 7 1/4"W (sight), 15 1/4"H x 12 1/4"W (frame)

Frank Hohenberger Indiana, (1876-1963) Summer Afternoon photograph Signed lower right, titled lower left. Photographer and newspaperman Frank Hohenberger spent forty-seven years recording the life, customs, and scenes of the hills of Brown County, Indiana, with side trips and hired assignments in other areas of Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Mexico. Thousands of images taken from 1904-1948 of landscapes, buildings, and people testify to Hohenberger's belief, recorded in his diary, that "pictures speak the only language all mankind can understand."

Lot: 200 - Charles Edward Burdick, American (1924-2016), City Scene with bridge and rail, ink and watercolor on paper, 14 1/4"H x 21 1/4"W

Charles Edward Burdick American, (1924-2016) City Scene with bridge and rail ink and watercolor on paper Signed lower right. Biography from Leonard Davenport Fine Arts / LSDArt: Born in Providence, RI, Charles Burdick first won a scholarship at the age of 9 to attend a class at the Rhode Island School of Design. Following service in WWII, he returned to RISD, but transferred after a year to Art Students League in New York. His instructors included Reginald Marsh, Will Barnett and Edwin Dickinson. In the 1960s, he began to summer in Provincetown, MA. In 1966, he moved to Wellfleet on Cape Cod, and established his studio there. He supported his family of five by selling his artwork from his studio and in juried, largely outdoor shows around the country. Since 1976, he has wintered on the east coast of Florida and shown at shows there. He has won numerous awards over the years, but he eschewed working with a gallery and did little publicity, preferring to sell his painting directly to the collector. Recently, his daughter established a gallery to display his art in a more formal setting. Animals have always been a favorite subject since the 1950s, particularly horses and bulls. In the 1980s he produced a series of Peaceable Kingdoms and Noah's Ark paintings as well as circus paintings. Late in the 1980s, he did a medieval series based on the Unicorn. Most recently, he has been painting playful, imaginary paintings of famous artists working in their studios, often using the palette and stylistic references of the subject.

Lot: 201 - Two heavy vintage 1970s clear Lucite waterfall end tables or benches 15 1/4"H x 26 1/2"W x 15"D (one)

Two heavy vintage 1970s clear Lucite waterfall end tables or benches Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 202 - Vintage 1970s modern heavy clear bent lucite chair. 32”H x 16 1/4”w x 17 3/4”D (1" thick lucite)

Vintage 1970s modern heavy clear bent lucite chair. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 203 - Vintage 1970s clear lucite rods vanity stool with upholstered seat. 19 1/2”H x 16 1/4”Diam.

Vintage 1970s clear lucite rods vanity stool with upholstered seat. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 204 - Lucite folding luggage rack and waterfall pedestal stand. 22"H x 26"W x 15 1/2"D (luggage rack unfolded)

Lucite folding luggage rack and waterfall pedestal stand. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 205 - Pair of Lucite and chrome folding tray tables with stand. 25 1/2"H x 18 3/4"W x 15"D (one tray unfolded)

Pair of Lucite and chrome folding tray tables with stand. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 206 - Collection of Lucite / acrylic items: vintage 1970s swivel top cube with internal orb ice bucket, Umbra branch form jewelry stand, 7 3/8"H x 7"W x 7"D (ice bucket)

Collection of Lucite / acrylic items: vintage 1970s swivel top cube with internal orb ice bucket, Umbra branch form jewelry stand, 2 bathroom accessory organizers, and round base stand. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 207 - American School (20th century), untitled, abstract fiber art, thick wool tufted pile textile mounted on black acrylic panel, 25"H x 12 1/4"W (textile), 33"H x 21"W (black)

American School, (20th century) untitled, abstract fiber art thick wool tufted pile textile mounted on black acrylic panel Unsigned.

Lot: 208 - Mark Pack, American (21st century), Rock & Bird, mixed media carved enamel paint layers on canvas, 21"H x 21 1/4"W (sight), 23"H x 23 1/2"W (frame)

Mark Pack American, (21st century) Rock & Bird mixed media carved enamel paint layers on canvas Signed verso. Biography from HouskaGallery.com: Mark Pack defines his artistic process as one of cultivation rather than manufacture. He seeks to explore the ways we relate to nature. This alliance manifests itself through painting, sculpture, and installation. In this materialization, he is discussing the duality between chaos and control and the way we examine nature and take part in it. Pack received his BFA in Painting from Northern Illinois University in 2001, and his MFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design in 2004, graduating with honors. Since then, he has been in numerous juried, solo, and group exhibitions. His work is also in numerous private and public collections.

Lot: 209 - Donald Aquilino, American (20th Century), landscape, 1981, oil on canvas, 15 1/2"H x 13 1/2"W (sight), 16 1/2"H x 14 1/2"W (frame)

Donald Aquilino American, (20th Century) landscape, 1981 oil on canvas Signed and dated upper left. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 210 - Donald Aquilino, American (20th Century), landscape, 1981, oil on canvas, 14 1/4"H x 15 1/2"W (sight), 15 1/4"H x 16 1/2"W (frame)

Donald Aquilino American, (20th Century) landscape, 1981 oil on canvas Signed and dated upper right. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 211 - Donald Aquilino, American (20th Century), haystacks, 1980, oil on canvas, 21 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (sight), 23 1/4"H x 19 1/4"W (frame)

Donald Aquilino American, (20th Century) haystacks, 1980 oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 212 - Robert Lapoujade, French (1921 - 1993), Nature Morte, 1957, oil on canvas, 21"H x 28 3/4"W

Robert Lapoujade French, (1921 - 1993) Nature Morte, 1957 oil on canvas Signed and dated lower left, titled verso. Biography from the Archives of askART: Robert Lapoujade was born in 1921 in Montauban, France, and was best known for "his portraits of French literary figures including Jean Paul Sartre, and Andre Breton." (New York Times obituary). He also had a career in "films including 15 short subjects - - in 1975 he won a Cesar, the French equivalent of an Oscar, for his animated short, "Un Comedien Sans Paradoxe." "In 1978 he shocked the Cannes International Film Festival with 'Le Sourire Vertical,' a full-length feature later banned by the French censors because of its sexually explicit and violent scenes." (New York Times obituary). He directed "Socrate, Le" (1968), aka "Socrates," "Ombre de la pomme," (1967), "Trois portraits d'un oiseau n'existe pas" (1964), and "Prison" (1962), writer. He also was a film actor, directed animation ("Annonciation, L'), and accomplished paintings and watercolors. Robert Lapoudade died on May 17, 1993 , Saincy-sur Bellot, Seine-et-Marne, France. Sources include: Obituary. New York Times, May 25, 1993 internet Compiled and submitted by Joseph Cooper.

Lot: 213 - Unknown , modernist (20th Century), MCM, abstract shapes, 1957, gouache on paper, 17"H x 22 1/2"W (sight)

Unknown modernist, (20th Century), MCM abstract shapes, 1957 gouache on paper Signed with initials MDS in pencil lower right. Signed, titled, dated and inscribed verso.

Lot: 214 - Junji Yamashita, France (b. 1940), Still Life with Fish, 1950s, watercolor on paper, 13"H x 21"W (sight)

Junji Yamashita France, (b. 1940) Still Life with Fish, 1950s watercolor on paper Signed lower right.

Lot: 215 - Daniel Hudson, American (20th century), abstract locomotive, 1966, mixed media modernist collage on paper, 19"H x 25"W (sight)

Daniel Hudson American, (20th century) abstract locomotive, 1966 mixed media modernist collage on paper Signed lower right.

Lot: 216 - Pair of Casella polished chrome steel "Pylon" uplighters skyscraper floor lamps, 1980s 72 3/4”H x 11"W x 7 1/2"D

Pair of Casella polished chrome steel "Pylon" uplighters skyscraper floor lamps, 1980s Casella Lighting Company model C1711 "Pylon" torchiere floor lamps in polished stainless steel with dimmable halogen lamps emitting light from the tops. Heavy-weighted rectangular brass base. Both lamps function properly. Each uses a single 300 watt halogen bulb, 5 inches. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 217 - Pair of Casella polished brass "Pylon" uplighters skyscraper floor lamps, 1980s 72 3/4”H x 11”W x 7 1/2”D

Pair of Casella polished brass "Pylon" uplighters skyscraper floor lamps, 1980s Casella Lighting Company model C1711 "Pylon" torchiere floor lamps in polished brass with dimmable halogen lamps emitting light from the tops. Heavy-weighted rectangular brass base. Both lamps function properly. Each uses a single 300 watt halogen bulb, 5 inches. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 218 - Casella polished brass "Pylon" uplighter skyscraper floor lamp, 1980s, 72 3/4”H x 7”W x 3 1/2”D

Casella polished brass "Pylon" uplighter skyscraper floor lamp, 1980s, as is, small dent at top, plug has been clipped, some discoloration/blemish on surface. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 219 - Collection of accent furniture: bentwood chair with spiral shaped back, small antique wooden side table / plant stand with drawer, 34" x 20" x 17" (chair)

Collection of accent furniture: bentwood chair with spiral shaped back, small antique wooden side table / plant stand with drawer, pair of triangular nested tables, pair of lacquered collapsible tray tables. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 220 - Chrome luggage rack and round accent table with spiraling base and glass top 18 1/4"H x 13 1/2"Diam. (table)

Chrome luggage rack and round accent table with spiraling base and glass top Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 221 - Modern round glass and chrome stainless steel 4 leg coffee table. Pace design? 16"H x 51"D

Modern round glass and chrome stainless steel 4 leg coffee table. Pace design? Glass table, stainless steel legs in T formation clamp to edges of 2cm thick glass.

Lot: 222 - Pair of Leslie Diamond for Conant Ball End Tables 23 1/4"H x 18 3/4"W x 29"D (one)

Pair of Leslie Diamond for Conant Ball End Tables pair of maple end tables designed by Leslie Diamond for U.S. manufacturer Conant Ball, 1950s, 2 nice examples of Diamond's restrained and elegant furnishings for Conant Ball. Some discoloration in spots indicative of age and use,

Lot: 223 - Saporiti Italia upholstered two cushion 20th Century Modern design sofa 25 1/2”H x 87 1/2”W x 41”D

Saporiti Italia upholstered two cushion 20th Century Modern design sofa some light staining on right back and bottom cushions. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 224 - Freight, Richard Aberle Florsheim and John Frederick Nims, 1951, limited edition 6/14, illustrations by Florsheim 23 3/4"H x 32 3/4"W

Freight, Richard Aberle Florsheim and John Frederick Nims, 1951, limited edition 6/14, illustrations by Florsheim Portfolio of 9 lithographs by Florsheim each accompanied by a poem by Nims. All pencil signed by artist and poet and dated 1950.

Lot: 225 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916-1979), Moonlight, lithograph, 15 3/4"H x 13"W

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916-1979) Moonlight lithograph Pencil signed and titled lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 226 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916-1979), Moon Light, lithograph, 18"H x 13"W

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916-1979) Moon Light lithograph Pencil signed and titled lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 227 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916 - 1979), Dunes, lithograph, 18"H x 13"W (sheet)

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916 - 1979) Dunes lithograph Pencil signed lower right, titled lower middle, artist's proof lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture

Lot: 228 - Richard Florsheim, Ilinois (1916 - 1979), Airborne / abstract, 2 lithographs, 25 3/4"H x 019 3/4"W (largest)

Richard Florsheim Ilinois, (1916 - 1979) Airborne / abstract 2 lithographs Arial vew nighttime cityscape: 5/25 numbered lower left, signed lower right. Abstract: 5/12 numbered lower left, signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 229 - Richard Florsheim, Ilinois (1916 - 1979), Bridge / Breakwater, 2 lithographs, 23"W x 16"H

Richard Florsheim Ilinois, (1916 - 1979) Bridge / Breakwater 2 lithographs Bridge: 20/50 numbered lower left, titled lower middle, signed lower left. Breakwater: 5/20 numbered lower left, titled lower middle, signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 230 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916 - 1979), Industrial Night, lithograph, 13 1/4"H x 17 7/8"W (sheet)

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916 - 1979) Industrial Night lithograph Pencil signed lower right, titled lower middle, artist's proof lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture

Lot: 231 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916 - 1979), Megalopolis, lithograph, 17 7/8"H x 13"W (sheet)

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916 - 1979) Megalopolis lithograph Pencil signed lower right, titled lower middle, artist's proof lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture

Lot: 232 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916 - 1979), Masts and Spars, lithograph, 16 5/8"H x 12 1/4"W (sheet)

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916 - 1979) Masts and Spars lithograph Pencil signed lower right, numbered 10/250 lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture

Lot: 233 - Aaron Bohrod, Wisconsin, Illinois (1907-1992), Reflections in a Shop Window , lithograph, 10 1/8"H x 14 1/8"W (sight), 16"H x 20"W (mat)

Aaron Bohrod Wisconsin, Illinois, (1907-1992) Reflections in a Shop Window lithograph Pencil signed lower right and in the print. Biography from the Archives of askART: Known for a range of work in watercolor and gouache that included realist figures in cityscapes, landscapes, surrealism, and trompe l'oeil painting, Aaron Bohrod spent his early career in Chicago where he was born on the West Side. In 1948, he moved to Madison, Wisconsin, where he became a long-time a member of the art faculty and satisfied the inclinations of many artists who leaned towards European-influenced modernism. In this university position, he replaced John Steuart Curry, Regionalist painter from Kansas, who had died. Many artists led by Surrealist Marshall Glasier thought Curry had been provincial and limited in subject matter and style. In the late 1920's, Bohrod studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and then went to New York City to attend the Art Students League. He returned to his hometown in 1930 and resided there until the move to Wisconsin. Influenced strongly by the Social Realism of John Sloan, whom he knew from New York, Bohrod painted city people, utilizing a wide array of styles ranging from a tight, detailed manner to one that was more abstract and sketch like. One of his subjects explored in a series of paintings was the neighborhood where he grew up on the North Side of Chicago. Many of them convey the loneliness and poverty of the Depression years. He spent some time in the South Pacific during World War II as a war artist and in Europe on assignments from "Life" magazine and from the U.S. Engineers to record the events of World War II in Normandy, Cherbourg, England, Germany and the South Pacific. His completed paintings are in the Pentagon Collection. Following this assignment, he served for one year, 1942 to 1943, as Artist-in-Residence at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. In the late 1940's Bohrod began working with ceramics, which he said influenced him towards surrealism with odd juxtapositions that embraced the style of trompe l'oeil (fool-the-eye). Unlike many surrealists, his work did not have nightmarish undertones. During this period, his painting became increasingly realistic. Source: Matthew Baigell, Dictionary of American Artists Louise Dunn Yochim, Role and Impact: The Chicago Society of Artists Elizabeth Kennedy, Chicago Modern, 1893-1945

Lot: 234 - Michael Porten, American (b. 1982), Vice, 2013, acrylic and oil on wood., 37”H x 37”W x 2 ½”D

Michael Porten American, (b. 1982) Vice, 2013 acrylic and oil on wood. Signed, titled, and dated verso. Biography from SpaldingNixFineArt.com: Michael Porten is an interdisciplinary artist based in Savannah, Georgia, where he received a BFA in illustration & an MFA in painting from The Savannah College of Art & Design. His inspiration is often drawn from contemporary pop culture and iconography, focusing on "the synchronicity of seemingly disparate content and contexts," and his points of reference range from Vonnegut to Voltaire. Michael's work is about exhausting the possible. His process consists of taking an idea and exploring its variations & combinations in sketches & on his computer, then pushing it through as many physical, painted, printed or sculpted variations as necessary until it reaches a state of maximum aesthetic density. His work has been exhibited in galleries in the U.S. & abroad & has been discussed in publications such as New American Paintings, Oxford American Magazine & the Metropolis Magazine online edition.

Lot: 235 - Lot of 3 mixed media works on paper: Margaret Rhein (American, 20th/21st century), Life Isn't That Simple, handmade paper painting, 26"H x 20"W (sight), 36 1/4"H x 28"W (frame) (largest)

Lot of 3 mixed media works on paper: Margaret Rhein (American, 20th/21st century), Life Isn't That Simple, handmade paper painting, and two mixed media collages by EJ Lavave? Signed.

Lot: 236 - Ann Cochran, American (b. 1968), Central Park Bridge , screen print, 18 1/4"H x 25 1/2"W

Ann Cochran American, (b. 1968) Central Park Bridge screen print Titled lower left, signed lower right. Ann Cochran was active in southern California in 1940, Originals where she designed and painted pottery. Her diverse painting subjects include clowns, circus scenes, and floral still lifes. She died in NYC in 1968. Edan Hughes, author of the book "Artists in California, 1786-1940"

Lot: 237 - Enamel over copper triangular trinket dish with floral motif signed Ruth Gleach 6" x 5 1/2"

Enamel over copper triangular trinket dish with floral motif signed Ruth Gleach

Lot: 238 - Lot of 3 decorative objects: Cauman fabric covered waste basket with cut out Chinese traditional blue and white silk floral needlework, 2 Asian giltwood auspiciouse candlesticks, 11 1/4"H x 10 3/4"W x 7 1/2"D (waste bask

Lot of 3 decorative objects: Cauman fabric covered waste basket with cut out Chinese traditional blue and white silk floral needlework, 2 Asian giltwood auspiciouse candlesticks, Asian carved wooden box with scenic relief panels and hinged lid. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 239 - Lot of 4 Asian / Chinese carved wood ornamental bases / stands. 5 3/4"H x 10"Diam. (largest)

Lot of 4 Asian / Chinese carved wood ornamental bases / stands. One has a partial crack and one is missing a foot. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 240 - Collection of decorative items: pair of giltwood table lamps, Roman urn swag lamp, pair of gilt candlesticks, 30"H x 18"Diam. (swag lamp with shade/finial)

Collection of decorative items: pair of giltwood table lamps, Roman urn swag lamp, pair of gilt candlesticks, gilt woven waste basket with hoof feet. Waste basket has a crack on the rim. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 241 - Pair of floor lamps: tall wooden lamp, brass lamp 63 1/4"H x 16 1/2"Diam. (wooden lamp with shade)

Pair of floor lamps: tall wooden lamp, brass lamp Both lamps are in operational order. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 242 - Very tall lifesize modernist abstract mother and child figural sculpture ca.1970s, 5.6 feet. 68"H x 16"W x 12"D

Very tall lifesize modernist abstract mother and child figural sculpture ca.1970s, 5.6 feet. Narrow profile stylized concave female figure enveloping a small child. Attached on marble base. Some through cracks, possible repair, and a chip. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 243 - Clare Romano & John Ross, (20th century), The Morning Stars abstract, 1972, color wood cut print, 13”H x 10”W

Clare Romano & John Ross (20th century) The Morning Stars abstract, 1972 color wood cut print Signed and dated lower right. The morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy, Job 38:7.

Lot: 244 - Robert Edward Weaver, Indiana, North Carolina, New York (1913-1991), Circus Graffiti, abstract, mixed media / watercolor, 35 1/2"H x 35" (frame), 29" x 29" (sight)

Robert Edward Weaver Indiana, North Carolina, New York, (1913-1991) Circus Graffiti, abstract mixed media / watercolor Signed lower right. The following information was submitted by the artist's son: Born - November 15, 1913 - Peru, Indiana Died - July 18, 1991 - New Bern, North Carolina Education: Peru, Indiana Grade School and High School BFA - Herron School of Art, Art

Lot: 245 - Ellen Laferty, (20th century), figural abstract, 1959, screen print, 23 1/2"H x 18 1/2"W (sight), 26 3/4"H x 21 3/4"W (frame)

Ellen Laferty (20th century) figural abstract, 1959 screen print Numbered lower left, signed and dated lower right.

Lot: 246 - Elliott Green, New York, Michigan (b.1960), Untitled cartoon with three figures, 1992, oil on canvas, 24"H x 36"W

Elliott Green New York, Michigan, (b.1960) Untitled cartoon with three figures, 1992 oil on canvas Signed and dated lower right. Biography from Heritage Auctions: Elliott Green was born in Detroit and lives and works in New York City. He is the recipient of the 2011 Rome Prize. Although both the date of this work and the year Ted Pillsbury for the Kimbell Museum acquired it are unrecorded, it seems likely that both can be placed around 2000, the year Ken Johnson wrote the following reaction to the artist's Spring show at Postmasters Gallery for The New York Times (May 26, 2000): "Elliott Green's paintings look like Saturday morning cartoons filtered through a child's feverish delirium. Rubbery arms and legs with bizarrely swollen fingers and toes, big scary shoes and sad, misshapen faces are packed into weirdly abstracted, emotionally charged scenarios. Even as they tap into elemental desires and anxieties, Mr. Green's easel-size canvases remain works of great formal elegance, combining carefully penciled serpentine lines, tightly interlocking de Kooningesque compositions, muted primary colors and satiny surfaces. A change from the larger, more open compositions of his last show, these have a taut, Cubist punch." The process by which Mr. Green arrives at his imagery begins with allover scribbles in pencil, which are gradually refined to finished representations. Most writers on his paintings detect something of Arshile Gorky's bio-morphism in them, particularly in his marvelous line that is so emotionally charged.

Lot: 247 - Sylvia Carewe, New York (1914-1981), abstract, oil on canvas, 20"H x 12"W

Sylvia Carewe New York, (1914-1981) abstract oil on canvas Signed lower right.

Lot: 248 - Doug Young, Hawaii (b. 1951), Anianiku-14, 2010, hand-colored print, 18 1/2"H x 8"W (sight), 24"H x 13"W (mat)

Doug Young Hawaii, (b. 1951) Anianiku-14, 2010 hand-colored print Signed and dated lower right, titled lower left. Signed, dated, and titled verso. Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in Honolulu, and noted as a photo-realist artist in Hawaii, Doug Young works in watercolor, acrylic and photography. He attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. He also studied at New York University, and at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu. Part of the art program at Coe College included sending students to New York on a work study basis, and Young worked in galleries, installing shows, stretching canvases, and sweeping floors, in order to understand the many aspects of the art world. Some of the names Young mentions as influences on him are his art teacher, Robert Kocher, Duane Hanson, for whom he worked as an assistant for two years in New York and also in Germany for two years. Other influences were Luis Jimenez, the sculptor, and the painter Eleanore Mikus. He also worked for Ivan Karp at O.K.Harris in Soho, a period of time which Young credits for helping him to settle into a steady life as a full-time artist. When he lived in New York in the 1970s, photo-realism was receiving recognition. His experience with photo-realism Young brought back to the islands, where he wanted to return to be close to his family and the Hawaiian lifestyle that he loved. Blending photo-realism and local imagery, he created various series of works, including: Chinatown, koi images, Hawaii Theatre, Civic Auditorium, and a fish auction series. Young regards the camera as his sketchbook. He does not see himself as a pure photo-realist, where the artist is separate from the image and uninvolved, but rather sees his photo-realism as capturing an instant. His paintings inspired by such records become a conglomeration of a whole day or several days, precise records capturing precise moments. Young says he likes to create this sectioning of images because he feels life is in itself a conglomeration of all the different, uneven, experiences that come at a person. He works to balance the duality in life, the yin and yang, our perception of what is perfect versus what really happens. Examples of such sectioning of images is evident in East End Molokai (1986, watercolor on paper), and Bromeliad 2 (watercolor on paper 1993). Some of his fish studies include Taape, Fish Study 1 (watercolor on paper, 1989). and Koi Series 19 (acrylic on canvas). As an artist he sees himself as a mirror, whose role is to paint the images of his time. His work has been shown in many venues, including: San Diego (Fine Arts Gallery, 1976, best in show award); Honolulu (Hawaii Artists League, 1981 award; Individual Artist Fellowship Meriat Award, Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, 1995); Missouri (Springfield Art Museum (Samuel O. King Award, 1990), and is also held in numerous private collections.

Lot: 249 - Doug Young, Hawaii (b. 1951), Anianiku-2, 2010, hand-colored print, 14 1/2"H x 11"W (sight), 20"H x 16"W (mat)

Doug Young Hawaii, (b. 1951) Anianiku-2, 2010 hand-colored print Signed and dated lower right, titled lower left. Signed, dated, and titled verso. Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in Honolulu, and noted as a photo-realist artist in Hawaii, Doug Young works in watercolor, acrylic and photography. He attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. He also studied at New York University, and at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu. Part of the art program at Coe College included sending students to New York on a work study basis, and Young worked in galleries, installing shows, stretching canvases, and sweeping floors, in order to understand the many aspects of the art world. Some of the names Young mentions as influences on him are his art teacher, Robert Kocher, Duane Hanson, for whom he worked as an assistant for two years in New York and also in Germany for two years. Other influences were Luis Jimenez, the sculptor, and the painter Eleanore Mikus. He also worked for Ivan Karp at O.K.Harris in Soho, a period of time which Young credits for helping him to settle into a steady life as a full-time artist. When he lived in New York in the 1970s, photo-realism was receiving recognition. His experience with photo-realism Young brought back to the islands, where he wanted to return to be close to his family and the Hawaiian lifestyle that he loved. Blending photo-realism and local imagery, he created various series of works, including: Chinatown, koi images, Hawaii Theatre, Civic Auditorium, and a fish auction series. Young regards the camera as his sketchbook. He does not see himself as a pure photo-realist, where the artist is separate from the image and uninvolved, but rather sees his photo-realism as capturing an instant. His paintings inspired by such records become a conglomeration of a whole day or several days, precise records capturing precise moments. Young says he likes to create this sectioning of images because he feels life is in itself a conglomeration of all the different, uneven, experiences that come at a person. He works to balance the duality in life, the yin and yang, our perception of what is perfect versus what really happens. Examples of such sectioning of images is evident in East End Molokai (1986, watercolor on paper), and Bromeliad 2 (watercolor on paper 1993). Some of his fish studies include Taape, Fish Study 1 (watercolor on paper, 1989). and Koi Series 19 (acrylic on canvas). As an artist he sees himself as a mirror, whose role is to paint the images of his time. His work has been shown in many venues, including: San Diego (Fine Arts Gallery, 1976, best in show award); Honolulu (Hawaii Artists League, 1981 award; Individual Artist Fellowship Meriat Award, Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, 1995); Missouri (Springfield Art Museum (Samuel O. King Award, 1990), and is also held in numerous private collections.

Lot: 250 - Richard McLean, California (1934-2014), Rodeo Girls, 1973, color photograph, 12 1/2"H x 13"W, 12 3/4"H x 13 1/4"W (frame)

Richard McLean California, (1934-2014) Rodeo Girls, 1973 color photograph Signed and inscribed lower right, dated lower left.

Lot: 251 - Robert Alan Bechtle, California (1932-2020), Parked Cars With Palm Trees, vintage photographic offset print, 20 3/4"H x 28 1/2"W

Robert Alan Bechtle California, (1932-2020) Parked Cars With Palm Trees vintage photographic offset print Pencil signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Robert Bechtle, who lives and works in Berkeley, California, was part of the photo-realist movement on the West Coast along with other well-known 'new realists' such as Paul Wonner, Richard McLean and Ralph Goings. Differing from East Coast photo realists who did studio still lives and figures, these artists painted outdoor landscapes such as cars parked on streets, home exteriors, and streetscapes. Often Bechtle's paintings have no direct human presence but ever the suggestion that people are nearby. Photo-realists, a term coined by Louis Meisel, an East Coast dealer, depict everyday scenes in perfect detail emulating a photograph. The process involves using a photographed image and projecting it onto a canvas, then tracing the lines and objects. Once the paint is applied, the result is a highly realistic interpretation of the actual scene. Unlike some photo-realists, Bechtle used paint as texture in his paintings, and one can barely detect brushwork in his photo-like renditions. He took inspiration from his local San Francisco surroundings, painting neighborhoods, friends, family, and street scenes, paying special attention to automobiles. His paintings reveal his perspective on how things look to him, the color and the light of a commonplace scene. Bechtle was born in San Francisco, California in 1932. He started drawing at a young age and with encouragement from his teachers and family, pursued a future as an artist. After high school, Bechtle enrolled in the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, California where he studied Graphic Design for four years. He received a Bachelor's degree in Art and a Master's degree in Fine Art after his graduate work in painting. For thirty years, Bechtle taught at San Francisco State University. In May to October 2000, the Oakland Museum held a retrospective of Bechtle's paintings, "California Classic: Realist Paintings by Robert Bechtle". Sources include: Southwest Art, 5/2000, 'A California Realist' by Marina Freeman http://www.museumca.org/exhibit/exhib_bechtle.html

Lot: 252 - Lawrence Edwin Blazey, Ohio (1902-1999), Palm Tree at Palos Verdes, CA, watercolor on paper, 12"H x 15"W (sight)

Lawrence Edwin Blazey Ohio, (1902-1999) Palm Tree at Palos Verdes, CA watercolor on paper Signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: Lawrence Edwin Blazey studied under the painter Frank Wilcox at the Cleveland School of Art*, and also studied at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan and the Slade School of Art in London. He is best known as a draughtsman and illustrator, with a particular affinity for city and urban views, and also worked as an advertising artist, architectural and industrial designer, ceramicist and product development engineer. He exhibited at the Cleveland Museum of Art between 1929 and 1957, winning several prizes, and also showed his work at the Corcoran Gallery* in Washington, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art, and elsewhere, as well as in the National Ceramic Travelling Exhibition of 1954. In later years Blazey taught at the Cleveland School of Art, and also gave lectures on industrial design. Works by Blazey are in the Cleveland Museum of Art and elsewhere. Source: Website of Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, London

Lot: 253 - Nell Blair Walden Blaine, New York, Massachusetts (1922-1996), Fishing Boats, Lithograph Trial Print (T.P.), 13 1/2"H x 17"W (sight), 25 1/2"H x 31 3/4"W (frame)

Nell Blair Walden Blaine New York, Massachusetts, (1922-1996) Fishing Boats Lithograph Trial Print (T.P.) Pencil signed lower right, titled lower center. Biography from the Archives of askART: Nell Blaine, painter of still lifes and landscapes in brilliant colors, created abstract work that gives the appearance of being done in a carefree, totally lighthearted manner but in fact is the

Lot: 254 - Nell Blair Walden Blaine, New York, Massachusetts (1922 - 1996), table setting still life, 1961, lithograph, 10"H x 14"W

Nell Blair Walden Blaine New York, Massachusetts, (1922 - 1996) table setting still life, 1961 lithograph Pencil signed and numbered 73/80 lower right. Signed and dated in the print. Biography from the Archives of askART: Nell Blaine, painter of still lifes and landscapes in brilliant colors, created abstract work that gives the appearance of being done in a carefree, totally

Lot: 255 - Ida Kotyuk, Chicago (20th century), Black Forest, 1993, oil on paper, 13"H x 17"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 23 1/4"W (frame)

Ida Kotyuk Chicago, (20th century) Black Forest, 1993 oil on paper Signed lower left.

Lot: 256 - Pair of cut crystal decanters with sterling silver port label tag. 14 1/4"H x 6"W(larger)

Pair of cut crystal decanters with sterling silver port label tag.

Lot: 257 - Three cut crystal liquor decanters. 10 1/2"H x 4 1/2"W(tallest)

Three cut crystal liquor decanters.

Lot: 258 - Two cut crystal liquor decanters and ice / champagne bucket 10"H x 3 3/4"W(one decanter)

Two cut crystal liquor decanters and ice / champagne bucket Chips on both decanters, gold rim shows lose on ice bucket.

Lot: 259 - Collection of 6 glass and cut crystal stoppers and a paper weight 2 3/4"H x 3"Diam.(paper weight)

Collection of 6 glass and cut crystal stoppers and a paper weight

Lot: 260 - Collection of ruby / cranberry cut to clear Bohemian glassware with grape and vine motif. 5 3/4"H x 3"Diam. (one largest cup)

Collection of ruby / cranberry cut to clear Bohemian glassware with grape and vine motif. 12 rocks glasses / tumblers, 12 cordial stems, 6 water goblets, and 12 wine goblets.

Lot: 261 - Cut glass covered punch bowl on silver plated stand with eagle finial on lid. 18 1/2"H x 12 1/4"Diam.

Cut glass covered punch bowl on silver plated stand with eagle finial on lid. Top rim is chipped.

Lot: 262 - Four American Brilliant cut glass bowls 4"H x 9"Diam. (largest)

Four American Brilliant cut glass bowls

Lot: 263 - American Brilliant cut glass 12pc collection 6"H x 7 3/4"W(largest)

American Brilliant cut glass 12pc collection

Lot: 264 - Pair Judaica sterling silver candlestick holders. 7 1/4"H x 3"Diam.

Pair Judaica sterling silver candlestick holders. No marks are visible but appears sterling. 7.074 Troy Oz.

Lot: 265 - Silver repousse trinket / dresser box with Lion Rampant on hinged lid 2 1/4"H x 3 1/2"L x 2 1/2"W

Silver repousse trinket / dresser box with Lion Rampant on hinged lid 3.537 Troy Oz.

Lot: 266 - Siam sterling silver Thai Buddha tea caddy / humidor 3 1/2"H x 3"Diam.

Siam sterling silver Thai Buddha tea caddy / humidor Marked "H. Sena Sterling 925" under base. 6.592 Troy Oz

Lot: 267 - Two sterling silver floral repousse objects: roses snuff / pill box and Chinese export silver scroll form ornament with lotus flowers. 5 1/2"L x 2"W (largest)

Two sterling silver floral repousse objects: roses snuff / pill box and Chinese export silver scroll form ornament with lotus flowers. Snuff box lid is detached from base. Round case marked "sterling 2495" on rim. 3.698 Troy Oz.

Lot: 268 - Chinese 3 tier rattan wedding / picnic basket 24"H x 13"W x 19"D

Chinese 3 tier rattan wedding / picnic basket Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 269 - Chinese Large Shanghai wicker rattan basket woven bamboo goose / waterfowl / figural bird box. 17 3/4"H x 7"W

Chinese Large Shanghai wicker rattan basket woven bamboo goose / waterfowl / figural bird box.

Lot: 270 - Chinese Shanghai wicker rattan bamboo basket woven bamboo rhinoceros figrual animal box. 8 1/4"H x 4"W x 16"D

Chinese Shanghai wicker rattan bamboo basket woven bamboo rhinoceros figrual animal box.

Lot: 271 - Collection of 3 of Shanghai figural wicker box baskets: Kangaroo with joey, lobster, frog 7"H x 5"W x 8"D (box)

Collection of 3 of Shanghai figural wicker box baskets: Kangaroo with joey, lobster, frog Kangaroo is missing an ear, eye and has wicker wear.

Lot: 272 - Collection of 4 of Shanghai figural wicker box baskets: chicken, lion, hawk, duck 8"H x 6"W x 8 1/2"D (lion box)

Collection of 4 of Shanghai figural wicker box baskets: chicken, lion, hawk, duck

Lot: 273 - Pair of Shanghai figural wicker box baskets: seal with button eyes and fish 9 1/4"H x 8"W x 5 3/4"D (box)

Pair of Shanghai figural wicker box baskets: seal with button eyes and fish

Lot: 274 - Chinese Export eglomise reverse painting on glass of woman courtesan. 19 1/4"H x 13 1/2"W (sight), 23 3/4"H x 17 3/4"W (frame)

Chinese Export eglomise reverse painting on glass of woman courtesan. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 275 - Chinese Export eglomise reverse painting on glass of woman courtesan. 19 1/4"H x 13 1/2"W (sight), 23 3/4"H x 17 3/4"W (frame)

Chinese Export eglomise reverse painting on glass of woman courtesan. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 276 - Copper seated Manjushri Buddha statue atop a lion with removable sword. 7 1/2"H X 4 3/4"W X 2 3/4"D

Copper seated Manjushri Buddha statue atop a lion with removable sword.

Lot: 277 - Set of 4 Christian Liaigre Holly Hunt marquis cane back dining chairs with upholstered seat. 34"H x 23"W x 20"D (one)

Set of 4 Christian Liaigre Holly Hunt marquis cane back dining chairs with upholstered seat. One chair with damage to caning.

Lot: 278 - Richard Pettibone, New York, California (b. 1938), Andy Warhol Cow Wallpaper, lithograph, 26 1/2"H x 20 3/4"W

Richard Pettibone New York, California, (b. 1938) Andy Warhol Cow Wallpaper lithograph Biography from the Archives of askART: Creating small 'pocket size' paintings from Pop-Art images already made famous, Richard Pettibone does artwork that is described as "cloning", which has resulted in "art that he can call his own." (Smith) His copies include work by Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns as well as Marcel Duchamp and Roy Lichtenstein. It is done under the umbrella of 'Dada' and "he has seemed completely unperturbed by this apparent lack of originality." (Smith) In July, 2005, an exhibition of work by Pettibone was held at the Philadelphia Institute of Art, and included were 215 works representing four decades of his career. In her review of this exhibition for the New York Times, Roberta Smith wrote: "The walls are dotted (literally) with tiny versions of Warhol's soup cans, Marilyns, cows and flowers, the latter sometimes multiplied into miniature wallpaperlike patches. There are shaped paintings locked together like puzzle pieces made from dovetailed versions of Lichtensteins, Warhols and, of course, Frank Stella's early shaped paintings. A triple stack of diminishing Warhol soup cans mimics Jasper Johns's Three Flags. More recent works include tiny copies of Mr. Stella's vaunted black paintings, Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase and baby Mondrians whose slightly blurred scaffoldings are intended to recreate the Dutch master's famed optical buzz. Underlying Richard Pettibone's creations are his commitment to asking difficult questions such as 'Who owns artistic ideas? What is originality? Why does art have to be large in size? What happens when paintings originally done in large size are reduced to small size? Born in Los Angeles, Pettibone studied at Pasadena City College and the Otis Art Institute, where he earned an MFA in 1962. In 1964, when he was still in Los Angeles, he did his first copies of work by Andy Warhol, Campbell Soup Cans. The next year, he copied work by Ed Ruscha, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns and Frank Stella. His mediums are oil on canvas, wood, and silkscreen on canvas. In 1988, he received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Sources include: Roberta Smith, "Imitations That Transcend Flattery", The New York Times, July 15, 2005 Who's Who in American Art, 20th Edition, 1993-1994 Edward Leffingwell, Art in America, November 2003

Lot: 279 - John Fawcett, American (20th century), Mickey Mouse Disney comic exhibition poster, 1972, lithograph, 20 3/4"H x 28"W

John Fawcett American, (20th century) Mickey Mouse Disney comic exhibition poster, 1972 lithograph Pencil signed lower right. John Fawcett has been collecting antique toys and original comic art for decades. The extensive collection is lovingly crammed into seven colorful rooms at the Waldoboro Antique Toy & Art Museum. A professor of art at the University of Connecticut for thirty-two years, Fawcett sees the museum collection as source material for his artwork. "I'm not interested in nostalgia," he explains. "I'm interested in aesthetics." His drawings and paintings transform the pop-culture imagery of his collection with anamorphic and laser distortions. "My work is about color interaction and artistic process; it's not about a mouse that is the symbol of a theme park in Florida." The collection originated in the 1960s when Fawcett picked up some bubble-gum cards and a comic book at a five-and-dime. Inspired by the imagery, he called his mother and asked for his childhood drawings of comic characters. The memorabilia of his childhood years fascinated him, and is still the basis of the museum collection. "I am always looking for stuff from before the time I was born and from when I was a child in the 1940s. It's my visual reference." Fawcett scours flea markets and eBay regularly for new acquisitions. Original artwork and folk art, such as these one-of-a-kind wooden marionettes, are his principal focus. "Originals are much more interesting than the manufactured toys," he says. The museum is a cacophonous celebration of characters from American popular culture. A Jabba the Hutt macquette from the George Lucas archives crouches next to a bomb that was adorned with Superman imagery by a World War II bombardment squadron. Fawcett knows the history behind every piece in the collection. This Italian rug, adorned with Pluto and Mickey Mouse, dates from the 1930s. "Early Mickeys have a white face and little pie shapes cut out of the eyes. If the face is pink, it's from 1940 on," Fawcett explains. Images of cartoon characters making art, as in this Popeye piece from the 1930s, are also of particular interest to Fawcett. "Those coloring books are the artists that taught me to draw," he explains. Fawcett gives tours of his museum often, and his paintings can be seen in the adjacent gallery space. "I always say that it's a toy museum best enjoyed by adults. Bring your grandparents because they grew up with the Lone Ranger." Maine Antique Toy & Art Museum

Lot: 280 - Robert Cottingham, American (b. 1935), "Art" neon sign, color offset lithograph print, 22 1/4" x 22 14"

Robert Cottingham American, (b. 1935) "Art" neon sign color offset lithograph print Pencil signed lower right. Likely from an edition of 1000. Biography from the Archives of askART: Robert Cottingham lives and works on an eighteenth century New England farm, but the subject matter he paints is strictly urban. Tattoo parlors, seamy bar fronts, five-and-dime stores, trashy movie

Lot: 281 - Carl Pope, Indiana, New York (b. 1961), cat with glowing eyes, 1999 / dog on a leash with yellow tint, 2001, 2 color photographs, 20"H x 24"W(one)

Carl Pope Indiana, New York, (b. 1961) cat with glowing eyes, 1999 / dog on a leash with yellow tint, 2001 2 color photographs Signed and dated lower right.

Lot: 282 - Carl Pope, Indiana, New York (b. 1961), Is it too Much 4 U 2 Manage Missy?, 2005 / It's Worth it Let me Work it!, 2005, 2 York Show Print posters, 19"H x 14"W (one)

Carl Pope Indiana, New York, (b. 1961) Is it too Much 4 U 2 Manage Missy?, 2005 / It's Worth it Let me Work it!, 2005 2 York Show Print posters Signed and dated lower right.

Lot: 283 - Carl Pope, Indiana, New York (b. 1961), Who Were U Really & What Were You B 4? / The Syntax is Pro Choice, 2005, 2 letterpress posters, 19"H x 14"W(one)

Carl Pope Indiana, New York, (b. 1961) Who Were U Really & What Were You B 4? / The Syntax is Pro Choice, 2005 2 letterpress posters The Syntax is Pro Choice: York Show Print poster, signed and dated lower right.

Lot: 284 - Salvador Dali, France / Spain (1904 - 1989), The Blood of Yin and Yang from Conquest of Cosmos, 1974, Etching with Color Lithograph and Embossing, 36 3/4"H x 24"W (sight), 44 3/4"H x 31 1/2"W (frame)

Salvador Dali France / Spain, (1904 - 1989) The Blood of Yin and Yang from Conquest of Cosmos, 1974 Etching with Color Lithograph and Embossing Pencil signed lower right, numbered 188/195 lower left. Provenance: Salvador Dali's abstract paintings have been considered proof of both the Surrealist artist's genius and madness by critics since the flamboyant provocateur first began producing his dreamscape paintings in 1929. His depiction of common items in contorted forms placed in serene landscapes, coupled with his outrageous persona, led to his rapid rise as a popular cultural figure. Born in 1904, the Spaniard studied art from an early age, beginning his career with works influenced by Impressionism and Cubism. Abstract Salvador Dali oil paintings were introduced after the writings of Sigmund Freud piqued his interest in the subconscious.The first solo exhibition of Salvador Dali abstract paintings was 1931's The Persistence of Memory in Paris. Surrealism would heave him to fame. Salvador Dali's painting prices continue to rise, with Portrait of Paul Eluard, 1929, selling at $22.4 million. Discover a variety of abstract prints for sale online and at auction and learn a little about this art genre.

Lot: 285 - Aurelie Nemours, French (1910 - 2005), geometric composition, color silkscreen, 8 7/8"H x 8 7/8"W, 11 7/8"H x 11 7/8"W (frame)

Aurelie Nemours French, (1910 - 2005) geometric composition color silkscreen Pencil signed lower right, numbered 15/100. Biography from Galerie Kornfeld and Cie: Aurélie Nemours became known for her abstract geometric works. She made a name for herself especially for the radical use of the contrasting colours black and white.

Lot: 286 - Nicholas Krushenick, New York (1929 - 1999), 1964, color lithograph, 46"H x 32 1/2"W (sight), 49"H x 37 3/4"W (frame)

Nicholas Krushenick New York, (1929 - 1999) 1964 color lithograph Pencil signed and dated lower right, numbered 28/100 lower left. Poleskie imp. Biography from the Archives of askART: Nicholas Krushenick was born in 1929 in New York City. Following World War II army service, he studied at the Art Students League from 1948-1950 and the Hofmann Art School in 1950-1951. Krushenick went from Cubism to Abstract-Expressionism, dropping the use of oil paints around 1960 for acrylics, and arriving at a style emphasizing fluorescent colors and black outlines of hard-edged, geometric shapes. While Krushenick was a contemporary of the Pop artists, and his work has the look of their simplistic, mass-media forms, no recognizable objects are depicted. Nicholas Krushenick's work is in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Hirshhorn Museum at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Source: Michael David Zellman, "300 Years of American Art"

Lot: 287 - Barbara Schwartz, New York, Michigan (b. 1947), Red Eye, 1981, casein on hand cast paper collage, 23"H x 36"W

Barbara Schwartz New York, Michigan, (b. 1947) Red Eye, 1981 casein on hand cast paper collage Signed, titled, dated verso.

Lot: 288 - Myron Kozman, Illinois (1916-2002), Untitled, 1944, gouache on paper, 9 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W (sight), 20 1/4"H x 17 1/4"W (frame)

Myron Kozman Illinois, (1916-2002) Untitled, 1944 gouache on paper signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: Myron Kozman was a painter of abstraction, a sculptor and screenprinter and is remembered as a pioneer in developing techniques for screenprinting. He studied at Grand Rapids Junior College and then in Chicago where he was one of the first five

Lot: 289 - Ben Wilson, (1913-2001), Haiku 50, Oil on wood, 9" x 13 3/4"

Ben Wilson New York, New Jersey, (1913-2001) Haiku 50, 1985 oil on wood panel Signed, dated and titled verso. Biography from the Archives of askART: Ben Wilson (June 23, 1913-November 9, 2001) was an American artist known for his early, expressionistic and figurative paintings from the mid 1930s to the mid 1950s and his subsequent non-objective paintings, a personal synthesis of

Lot: 290 - Charles Green Shaw, American (1892-1974), abstract figure, ca. 1940s, oil on board, 17 1/2"H x 15"W (frame), 14 1/4"H x 11 3/4"W (sight)

Charles Green Shaw American, (1892-1974) abstract figure, ca. 1940s oil on board Signed lower right. Biography from Hollis Taggart Galleries: During his successful painting career, which spanned four decades of modernism, Charles Green Shaw skillfully explored several abstract idioms. A native New Yorker, Shaw's early work was in writing; in the 1920s he contributed to publications including the New Yorker and Vanity Fair. During travels to Europe from 1929 to 1932, he gained first-hand experience with new developments in modern art, and began to devote himself to painting at this time. Shaw had studied at the Art Students League and with George Luks in the mid-1920s, but he was essentially self-taught. The style Shaw developed by the early 1930s was a hard-edged, crisply defined interpretation of Cubism, which depicted the geometry of urban architecture. In 1935, Shaw met Albert Eugene Gallatin, collector, painter, and founder of the prominent Gallery of Living Art, which was housed at New York University from 1927 until 1942. Gallatin and Shaw, along with George L. K. Morris, were dubbed the "Park Avenue Cubists," reflecting the group's wealth and social milieu. It was through this association that Shaw first gained prominence in the art world; he had a solo exhibition at the Gallery of Living Art in 1935 (the museum's first solo show devoted to any artist) and served on the Museum of Modern Art's Advisory Committee. By 1940, Shaw had developed the idea of the "plastic polygon," a pictorial structure based on simplified architectonic and organic shapes combined with a Cubist grid. Shaw worked with variants of this concept in painting and in wood relief constructions. With the exception of a few depictions of simplified, angular figures in the late 1940s, Shaw's work remained essentially non-representational for the rest of his career. In the early 1950s, he broke away from the hard edges and smooth surfaces that characterized his earlier work, and began exploring effects of surface texture and broader brushstrokes in his compositions. By the middle of the decade and into the 1960s, Shaw employed very bold, slashing brushstrokes that linked his work with Abstract Expressionism. Shaw exhibited with Bertha Schaeffer Gallery nearly every year during the 1960s. He also showed regularly during this period at the Passadoit Gallery, had solo exhibitions at the University of Louisville and the Century Club, and was included in exhibitions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Shaw's work is part of most major collections of American Art, including the Whitney Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others.

Lot: 291 - Japanese 1950s MCM mid century modern ceramic art pottery ikebana vessel with high gloss black glaze. 6 1/2"H x 12"W

Japanese 1950s MCM mid century modern ceramic art pottery ikebana vessel with high gloss black glaze. Stamped on bottom.

Lot: 292 - Brazilian Yanomami woven gathering basket 3 3/4"H x 13 1/4"Diam.

Brazilian Yanomami woven gathering basket

Lot: 293 - Central / South American? folk art group, woven textile and carved and painted tree of life wooden plaque / panel. 19" H x 15 1/4" W x 1" D (wood panel)

Central / South American? folk art group, woven textile and carved and painted tree of life wooden plaque / panel.

Lot: 294 - Hand painted primitive wooden folk art pedestal / stool / stand, Indian culture ritual chowki. 6 1/2"H x 9 3/4"W x 9 3/4"D

Hand painted primitive wooden folk art pedestal / stool / stand, Indian culture ritual chowki.

Lot: 295 - Mabel Mikel WIlliams, Indiana (20th century), floral still life; Dogwoods in Satsuma Vase, 1934, oil, 27 1/4"H x 20 1/4"W, 32 1/2"H x 25 1/4"W (frame)

Mabel Mikel WIlliams Indiana, (20th century) floral still life; Dogwoods in Satsuma Vase, 1934 oil In period carved gilded frame. signed upper left.

Lot: 296 - Laura Wilder, American (20th/21st century), Vermont Mist, Roycroft Renaissance block print, 9 1/2"H x 12 3/4"W (sight), 18 1/2"H x 21 1/4"W (frame)

Laura Wilder American, (20th/21st century) Vermont Mist Roycroft Renaissance block print In branded mission oak frame. Pencil signed, titled, and numbered 25/75 lower. Roycroft Renaissance handmade frame.

Lot: 297 - United States Encaustic Tile Company, Indianapolis, IN mosaic pottery tile in mission oak frame. 6"H x 6"W (tile), 10 1/2"H x 10 1/2"W (frame)

United States Encaustic Tile Company, Indianapolis, IN mosaic pottery tile in mission oak frame.

Lot: 298 - Ephraim Arts & Crafts faience pottery tree in moonlit landscape tile in oak frame. 6"H x 6"W (tile), 10 1/4"H x 10 1/4"W (frame)

Ephraim Arts & Crafts faience pottery tree in moonlit landscape tile in oak frame.

Lot: 299 - Contemporary Arts & Crafts style Mission oak tabouret table with exposed tenon cross stretcher base and arched apron. 28"H x 15 3/4"W x 15 3/4"D

Contemporary Arts & Crafts style Mission oak tabouret table with exposed tenon cross stretcher base and arched apron. Minor nick on corner edge.

Lot: 300 - Lot of 3 fine art works: Jane Mauldin, Ray George, Linda Lake 3" H x 3" W (sight), 15 3/4" H x 13 3/4" W (frame); large

Lot of 3 fine art works: Jane Mauldin, Ray George, Linda Lake Jane McCarty Mauldin (Oklahoma, 1936 - 1997), abstract landscape with face, watercolor on paper. Signed lower right. Biography from Wyld.Gallery: Jane McMarty Mauldin (1936-1997) was a Choctaw artist who exhibited her work from 1963-1997. She won more than 100 awards for her work and was designated a Master Artist by the Five

Lot: 301 - Linda Lake, American (20th century), Julie As Me, 1971, lithograph, 8 3/4"H x 12 1/4"W (sight), 23 1/2"H x 29 1/2"W (frame)

Linda Lake American, (20th century) Julie As Me, 1971 lithograph Pencil signed and dated lower right, titled lower left, artist's proof lower center.

Lot: 302 - Lot of 6 fine art works: (2) Peggy Howe (South Carolina, 20th Century), "Ruin to Renovation" an Etching Cycle exhibition posters, Charleston County Public Library, 1990. 13 1/2" H x 7 3/4" W (sight), 19 1/2" H x 13 3/4"

Lot of 6 fine art works: (2) Peggy Howe (South Carolina, 20th Century), "Ruin to Renovation" an Etching Cycle exhibition posters, Charleston County Public Library, 1990. Signed and numbered 1/20. Water damage to both posters. Gene Harbour (20th century), The Unknown, oil on board. Signed lower left. Unknown (20th century), abstract, watercolor on paper. Unsigned. Unknown (20th century), collage of female nude sketches, ink and watercolor on paper. Unsigned.

Lot: 303 - Julio Suarez, (20th century), Homme et Femme, 1993, lithograph, 13 1/2"H x 13"W (sight), 22 1/2"H x 18 1/2"W (frame)

Julio Suarez (20th century) Homme et Femme, 1993 lithograph Pencil signed and dated lower right, artist's proof lower center, title lower left.

Lot: 304 - Harry Sternberg, New York, California (1904 - 2001), Palm Springs #4, 1956, oil on masonite, 9 1/2"H x 7 1/2"W (sight), 17"H x 15"W (frame)

Harry Sternberg New York, California, (1904 - 2001) Palm Springs #4, 1956 oil on masonite Signed lower center. Exhibited: ACA Galleries, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in New York City, Harry Sternberg was a painter, muralist, lithographer and educator. During the Depression he was a WPA artist, and his murals are in post offices in Chicago, Chester and Sellersville, Pennsylvania. From 1934 to 1968, he taught painting and graphics at the Art Students League in New York, from 1942 to 1945 graphics at the New School of Social Research, and from 1959 to 1969 was head of the Art Department in the Idylwild School of Music and Art at the University of Southern California. He studied at the Art Students League and graphics with Harry Wickey. He wrote several books on graphics including silk screening, etching, and wood cutting. Source: Who Was Who in American Art by Peter Falk

Lot: 305 - Harry Sternberg, New York, California (1904 - 2001), Like Father Like Son?, oil on masonite, 9 3/4"H x 8"W(sight), 16"H x 14"W(frame)

Harry Sternberg New York, California, (1904 - 2001) Like Father Like Son? oil on masonite Signed lower right, titled verso. Exhibited: ACA Galleries, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Born in New York City, Harry Sternberg was a painter, muralist, lithographer and educator. During the Depression he was a WPA artist, and his murals are in post offices in Chicago, Chester and Sellersville, Pennsylvania. From 1934 to 1968, he taught painting and graphics at the Art Students League in New York, from 1942 to 1945 graphics at the New School of Social Research, and from 1959 to 1969 was head of the Art Department in the Idylwild School of Music and Art at the University of Southern California. He studied at the Art Students League and graphics with Harry Wickey. He wrote several books on graphics including silk screening, etching, and wood cutting. Source: Who Was Who in American Art by Peter Falk

Lot: 306 - Joni T. Johnson, Indiana (1934-1988), red-haired girl with bouquet, 1969, watercolor on paper, 22"H x 15"W

Joni T. Johnson Indiana, (1934-1988) red-haired girl with bouquet, 1969 watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was submitted as a bulletin by Nelson Begley. Watercolor artist, Joni T. Johnson was a native of Swayzee, Indiana. She went to high school in Indianapolis and attended the Herron Art School. Two of her paintings are in the White House East Room. Her works have hung in 27 countries and owned by such notables as Katherine Hepburn, Harry Belafonte and Lana Turner. --------------------------------------------------------------------- The following, submitted January 2005, is from Gerald A. Notaro, University Librarian, University of South Florida St. Petersburg. His source is the artist, who was his close friend from 1983 until her death. Of her work, he wrote: "Her wispy watercolors of round-eyed children and sad faced Victorian girls, sometimes decorated with poems and splatters, brought untold pleasure to the large number of people who collected them, including Harry Belafonte, Joel Grey and Vincent Price who trooped through Indianapolis at one time or another with theatrical ventures." Born Joan T. Johnson in Swayzee, Indiana, she attended Tech High School and the old John Herron Art Institute. She was a founder of the Talbott Street Art Fair, which still attracts thousands annually. She was married for a short time to Merle Griggs. But nobody knew her by that name. She always signed her paintings J.T. Johnson. She had one son, Merle Griggs, Jr. In the 1950's she had a studio upstairs at the southwest corner of Alabama and 16th Streets that she called Belle Reve, after Blanche Dubois' lost plantation in Tennessee Williams' `A Streetcar Named Desire.' She also lived and worked in Chicago for a time and studied with Charles E. Burchfield. Joan was 54 years old at the time of her death in June of 1988. Much of this information was placed in the Congressional Record on Tuesday, March 21, 1989, by Congressman Andrew Jacobs, who was also a close friend of Joni's.

Lot: 307 - Joni T. Johnson, Indiana (1934-1988), The Way U. Sees Butterflies, 1963, watercolor on paper, 14"H x 17 3/4"W

Joni T. Johnson Indiana, (1934-1988) The Way U. Sees Butterflies, 1963 watercolor on paper Unsigned. Titled and dated lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was submitted as a bulletin by Nelson Begley. Watercolor artist, Joni T. Johnson was a native of Swayzee, Indiana. She went to high school in Indianapolis and attended the Herron Art School. Two of her paintings are in the White House East Room. Her works have hung in 27 countries and owned by such notables as Katherine Hepburn, Harry Belafonte and Lana Turner. --------------------------------------------------------------------- The following, submitted January 2005, is from Gerald A. Notaro, University Librarian, University of South Florida St. Petersburg. His source is the artist, who was his close friend from 1983 until her death. Of her work, he wrote: "Her wispy watercolors of round-eyed children and sad faced Victorian girls, sometimes decorated with poems and splatters, brought untold pleasure to the large number of people who collected them, including Harry Belafonte, Joel Grey and Vincent Price who trooped through Indianapolis at one time or another with theatrical ventures." Born Joan T. Johnson in Swayzee, Indiana, she attended Tech High School and the old John Herron Art Institute. She was a founder of the Talbott Street Art Fair, which still attracts thousands annually. She was married for a short time to Merle Griggs. But nobody knew her by that name. She always signed her paintings J.T. Johnson. She had one son, Merle Griggs, Jr. In the 1950's she had a studio upstairs at the southwest corner of Alabama and 16th Streets that she called Belle Reve, after Blanche Dubois' lost plantation in Tennessee Williams' `A Streetcar Named Desire.' She also lived and worked in Chicago for a time and studied with Charles E. Burchfield. Joan was 54 years old at the time of her death in June of 1988. Much of this information was placed in the Congressional Record on Tuesday, March 21, 1989, by Congressman Andrew Jacobs, who was also a close friend of Joni's.

Lot: 308 - Joni T. Johnson, Indiana (1934-1988), figure with blue mandolin, 1971, watercolor on paper, 24 1/2"H x 20"W

Joni T. Johnson Indiana, (1934-1988) figure with blue mandolin, 1971 watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was submitted as a bulletin by Nelson Begley. Watercolor artist, Joni T. Johnson was a native of Swayzee, Indiana. She went to high school in Indianapolis and attended the Herron Art School. Two of her paintings are in the White House East Room. Her works have hung in 27 countries and owned by such notables as Katherine Hepburn, Harry Belafonte and Lana Turner. --------------------------------------------------------------------- The following, submitted January 2005, is from Gerald A. Notaro, University Librarian, University of South Florida St. Petersburg. His source is the artist, who was his close friend from 1983 until her death. Of her work, he wrote: "Her wispy watercolors of round-eyed children and sad faced Victorian girls, sometimes decorated with poems and splatters, brought untold pleasure to the large number of people who collected them, including Harry Belafonte, Joel Grey and Vincent Price who trooped through Indianapolis at one time or another with theatrical ventures." Born Joan T. Johnson in Swayzee, Indiana, she attended Tech High School and the old John Herron Art Institute. She was a founder of the Talbott Street Art Fair, which still attracts thousands annually. She was married for a short time to Merle Griggs. But nobody knew her by that name. She always signed her paintings J.T. Johnson. She had one son, Merle Griggs, Jr. In the 1950's she had a studio upstairs at the southwest corner of Alabama and 16th Streets that she called Belle Reve, after Blanche Dubois' lost plantation in Tennessee Williams' `A Streetcar Named Desire.' She also lived and worked in Chicago for a time and studied with Charles E. Burchfield. Joan was 54 years old at the time of her death in June of 1988. Much of this information was placed in the Congressional Record on Tuesday, March 21, 1989, by Congressman Andrew Jacobs, who was also a close friend of Joni's.

Lot: 309 - Joni T. Johnson, Indiana (1934-1988), man and red-haired woman in a field, 1972 / Dancing Girl and studies, watercolor on paper / mixed media on paper, 18 1/2"H x 26 1/2"W (largest)

Joni T. Johnson Indiana, (1934-1988) man and red-haired woman in a field, 1972 / Dancing Girl and studies watercolor on paper / mixed media on paper man and red-haired woman in a field: Signed and dated lower right. Dancing Girl: titled lower left Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was submitted as a bulletin by Nelson Begley. Watercolor artist, Joni T. Johnson was a native of Swayzee, Indiana. She went to high school in Indianapolis and attended the Herron Art School. Two of her paintings are in the White House East Room. Her works have hung in 27 countries and owned by such notables as Katherine Hepburn, Harry Belafonte and Lana Turner. --------------------------------------------------------------------- The following, submitted January 2005, is from Gerald A. Notaro, University Librarian, University of South Florida St. Petersburg. His source is the artist, who was his close friend from 1983 until her death. Of her work, he wrote: "Her wispy watercolors of round-eyed children and sad faced Victorian girls, sometimes decorated with poems and splatters, brought untold pleasure to the large number of people who collected them, including Harry Belafonte, Joel Grey and Vincent Price who trooped through Indianapolis at one time or another with theatrical ventures." Born Joan T. Johnson in Swayzee, Indiana, she attended Tech High School and the old John Herron Art Institute. She was a founder of the Talbott Street Art Fair, which still attracts thousands annually. She was married for a short time to Merle Griggs. But nobody knew her by that name. She always signed her paintings J.T. Johnson. She had one son, Merle Griggs, Jr. In the 1950's she had a studio upstairs at the southwest corner of Alabama and 16th Streets that she called Belle Reve, after Blanche Dubois' lost plantation in Tennessee Williams' `A Streetcar Named Desire.' She also lived and worked in Chicago for a time and studied with Charles E. Burchfield. Joan was 54 years old at the time of her death in June of 1988. Much of this information was placed in the Congressional Record on Tuesday, March 21, 1989, by Congressman Andrew Jacobs, who was also a close friend of Joni's.

Lot: 310 - Martha Slaymaker, Indiana / New Mexico (1935-1999), Navajo Inheritance, 1976 / Inca Topography, 1973 / Wall of the Ancient Ones, 1975, etching with aquatint / intaglio print / etching with aquatint, 29 7/8"H x 22"W

Martha Slaymaker Indiana / New Mexico, (1935-1999) Navajo Inheritance, 1976 / Inca Topography, 1973 / Wall of the Ancient Ones, 1975 etching with aquatint / intaglio print / etching with aquatint Navajo Inheritance: Pencil signed and dated lower right, titled lower center, artist's proof Inca Topography: Pencil signed and dated lower right, titled lower center, numbered 5/15 Wall of the Ancient Ones: Pencil signed and dated lower right, titled lower center, proof 2

Lot: 311 - Unknown (20th century), modern portrait of two reclined figures in a park, oil on canvas, unsigned. 61 3/4 x 61 3/4 sight , 63 1/4 x 63 1/4 frame

Unknown (20th century), modern portrait of two reclined figures in a park, oil on canvas, unsigned.

Lot: 312 - Lionel Talbot, California (1921 - 1990), three seated nude females, oil on masonite, 11 1/4"H x 17 1/2"W (sight), 17 1/4"H x 23 1/2"W (frame)

Lionel Talbot California, (1921 - 1990) three seated nude females oil on masonite Signed lower right. Lionel Ralph Talbot was born in California on March 16, 1921. Talbot was painting in California by the 1940s. His works were handled by Maxwell Galleries in San Francisco . He later retired to Palm Springs where he remained until his death on September 1, 1990. Edan Hughes, author of the book "Artists in California, 1786-1940"

Lot: 313 - Chaim Gross, New York, Massachusetts / Austria, Poland (1904 - 1991), abstract figural sketch / abstract landscape sketch, graphite on paper / ink on paper, 8 1/4"H x 10 1/2"W (largest)

Chaim Gross New York, Massachusetts / Austria, Poland, (1904 - 1991) abstract figural sketch / abstract landscape sketch graphite on paper / ink on paper Signed lower right. Includes inscriptions. Biography from the Archives of askART: The Chaim Gross Studio Museum, located in Greenwich Village, was founded in 1989 with the mission to collect, preserve, display, and interpret in an historical context Chaim Gross's art and to foster an understanding of how artists live and work. The selection of works on view demonstrates the contiunity of Gross's personal vision over seven decades: the figure in repose, acrobats, mother and child groupings, and religious Jewish imagery predominate. Although his favorite subjects remained constant, their variations were boundless. The Chaim Gross Studio Museum, housed in the artist's former home and studio, is operated under the auspices of the Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation. During their lifetimes, the artist and his wife contributed art, their home and financial support. The Museum hopes to continue their efforts by acquiring additional works through donations. At the Chaim Gross Studio Museum the visitor can examine the artist's work in special gallery settings as well as see where the artist originally worked. On the first floor is an array of his wood and stone carvings ranging from the early 1920s to his final wood sculpture of 1988--89. Also on view is the artist's studio as it looked when Gross was alive. Beneath the skylight the visitor can see his tools, an unfinished carving still in a vise and on surrounding shelves examples of his portrait busts and preparatory maquettes. On the second floor are displayed his later bronzes, as well as changing installations devoted to his watercolors and drawings. Informal gallery talks for groups of all ages can now be accommodated. Future plans include lectures, films, videos and workshop demonstrations, as well as traveling exhibitions of the artist's work. The Museum promotes scholarly research and encourages graduate students to prepare theses and doctoral dissertations on the life and work of Chaim Gross, maintains a research library, as well as archives relating to the art of Chaim Gross and the collections that he and his wife, Renee, assembled during their fifty-nine year marriage. Catalogues raisonne of the works on paper, and the sculpture, currently are in progress. Text prepared by April J. Paul, Curator Source: The Chaim Gross Studio Museum, //americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/online/gross/gross-noframe.html?/exhibitions/online/gross/grossmuseum1.html

Lot: 314 - Richard Florsheim, Ilinois (1916 - 1979), Mother & Child, lithograph, 26"H x 20"W

Richard Florsheim Ilinois, (1916 - 1979) Mother & Child lithograph numbered 9/35 lower left, titled lower middle, signed lower right. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 315 - Carol M. Hershey, American (b. 1939), My Circle of Friends, 1989, woman with cats, etching, 15"H x 17 1/2"W (plate), 22"H x 24"W (mat)

Carol M. Hershey American, (b. 1939) My Circle of Friends, 1989, woman with cats etching Titled lower left, numbered 15/200 lower center, and signed lower right in pencil.

Lot: 316 - Lot of three modernist prints: including Pierre Monnerat, Georgi Giseken 13 ½ H x 10 ¼ W (largest)

Lot of three modernist prints: including Pierre Monnerat, Georgi Giseken Pierre Paul Girieud (1876-1948, French painter and etcher), Seated Woman or Emilie Charmy (1908), aquatint and etching on wove paper, signed in the print and signed in pencil (with a dedication to Georges Raimond); slight toning in the margins, outside the plate; plate size approx. 10 H x 7 W. Pierre Monnerat (1917-2006, French; best known for his posters), Parisian scene, lithograph. Image: Georgi Giseken (aka Paul Louis Antoine van Buren Lensink, 1907-1989, French), Head of a vampire, numbered 30/99 and signed in pencil; serigraphy on fine translucent paper; 5 ¼ W x 3 ¼ H

Lot: 317 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916-1979), figural and landscape, 1944-45 / Aftermath, 1945, 6 lithographs, 16"W x 12"H

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916-1979) figural and landscape, 1944-45 / Aftermath, 1945 6 lithographs Pencil signed, numbered, and dated. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 318 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916-1979), figural, landscape, and city scene, 1944 / 1946, 9 lithographs, 16"W x 12"H

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916-1979) figural, landscape, and city scene, 1944 / 1946 9 lithographs Pencil signed, numbered, and dated. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 319 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916-1979), figural, landscape, city scene, 1944 / 1946, 8 lithographs, 19"W x 12 1/2"H

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916-1979) figural, landscape, city scene, 1944 / 1946 8 lithographs Pencil signed, numbered, and dated. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 320 - Richard Aberle Florsheim, Illinois (1916-1979), figural and landscape, 1944 / 1945, 6 lithographs, 16"W x 12"H

Richard Aberle Florsheim Illinois, (1916-1979) figural and landscape, 1944 / 1945 6 lithographs Pencil signed, numbered, and dated. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was compiled and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher of Laguna Woods, California:Richard Florsheim was born on October 25, 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a painfully shy child, channelling all his energies into straight-A scholarship and crude, gloomy art. His father reluctantly helped him get an art education in Europe during the 1930s, but before World War II Florsheim managed to sell just one picture In the Navy during the war, Florsheim discovered in himself an unexpected streak of scientific acumen. He developed a radar plane-spotting technique that is still considered basic. But at the end of the war, he was still faced with many problems in his art. He buckled down to the backbreaking work schedule and exhibited only on occasion. Happily married and with an art teaching job to help make ends meet, he still felt and painted misery. But gradually the gloom lifted from his work and he began to sell until there came a time when everything he painted was snapped up. He died in 1979. Sources include: Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, 1986-7 Time Magazine, November 23, 1959.

Lot: 321 - Lot of 4 Karl Schrag, (German, 1912 - 1995), lithograph exhibition posters, 1982, '84 and '91. 30"H x 20"W (poster), 36"H x 24"W (mat) (largest)

Lot of 4 Karl Schrag, (German, 1912 - 1995), lithograph exhibition posters, 1982, '84 and '91. One hand signed poster. Includes hand written note signed by the artist.

Lot: 322 - R. Siegel, (20th century), Genesis, linocut print, 13 3/4"H x 10 1/4"W (sheet)

R. Siegel (20th century) Genesis linocut print Signed lower right, titled lower left, and numbered 11/15 lower middle.

Lot: 323 - Lot of 3 abstract modernist fine art works: Kobayashi (20th century), untitled, 1961, mixed media on paper, 22 1/4" H x 16" W (largest)

Lot of 3 abstract modernist fine art works: Kobayashi (20th century), untitled, 1961, mixed media on paper, signed and dated lower right. Rosalyn Stern, (New York, 20th century), Sphere of Light, color etching. Pencil signed lower right, numbered 34/75 lower center, titled lower left. P Abott? Pasott? (20th century), untitled, 1944?, acrylic on paper. Signed and dated lower right.

Lot: 324 - Dorothy Heller, American (1917-2003), Arches, gouache on paper, 10 1/2"H x 13 1/2"W (sight), 17 1/4"H x 20 1/4"W (frame)

Dorothy Heller American, (1917-2003) Arches gouache on paper Signed lower right. Purchased from the artist, 1991. Born in New York City, Heller was an Abstract Expressionist who studied at the Art Students League of New York and was a pupil of Hans Hoffman. She worked in acrylic, and exhibited widely during her career in solo and group shows throughout the United States. Three of her drawings, two nudes and a figure study, are owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and her work may also be found in the collections of the Wadsworth Athenaeum, the Allen Memorial Art Museum, and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. A collection of her papers and other miscellany is held by the Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution.

Lot: 325 - Lot of 4 fashion magazine cover art: framed Vogue Magazine cover from October 15, 1960, by Tom Palumbo 21 1/2"H x 15 1/2"W (sight), 24"H x 18"W (frame)

Lot of 4 fashion magazine cover art: framed Vogue Magazine cover from October 15, 1960, by Tom Palumbo 3 Couture Magazine covers on wood panels from February and March 1963, and August 1968. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 326 - Sally Clark, American (20th/21st century), Canoe at Sunset, watercolor on paper, 9 1/4"H x 12 1/4"W (sight), 15 1/2"H x 21"W (frame)

Sally Clark American, (20th/21st century) Canoe at Sunset watercolor on paper Signed lower left. Crack in glass and spots on mat.

Lot: 327 - Avery Tillmon, April in Paris, decorative print 35 1/2"H x 23 1/2"H (sight), 38"H x 26"W (frame)

Avery Tillmon, April in Paris, decorative print Signed in the print lower right. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber Biography from LauralHome.com: Avery Tillmon has made creating art a lifelong passion. After graduating from college with a degree in sculpture, he has followed a career in art that includes teaching and designing, as well as professional sculpting and painting. He likes to approach painting and drawing as he would for a very shallow sculpture, building and taking away until he has achieved what he originally envisioned.

Lot: 328 - Pair of decorative wall clocks: Mora style painted board clock, red metal oval clock 62"H x 13 1/2"W x 3/4"D (largest)

Pair of decorative wall clocks: Mora style painted board clock, red metal oval clock Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 329 - Lot of 2 decorative etchings: after Rembrandt Van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669), Christ Healing the Sick (The Hundred Guilder print). 14"H x 18"W (sight), 25 1/2"H x 29"W (frame), (largest)

Lot of 2 decorative etchings: after Rembrandt Van Rijn ((Dutch, 1606-1669), Christ Healing the Sick (The Hundred Guilder print). Jan Zachariasz Frey after a drawing by Zygmont Vogel (Poland 1764 - 1826), gothic cathedral.

Lot: 330 - Ansel Adams, American (1902-1984), Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1941 / Mount McKinley and Wonder Lake, Denali National Park, Alaska, 1947, 2 contemporary decorative photographs, Moonrise: 10 1/2"H x 13"W (sight), 19

Ansel Adams American, (1902-1984) Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico, 1941 / Mount McKinley and Wonder Lake,Denali National Park, Alaska, 1947 2 contemporary decorative photographs Biography from Altermann Galleries and Auctioneers: Ansel Adams, photographer and environmentalist, was born in San Francisco, California, the son of Charles Hitchcock Adams, a businessman, and Olive Bray. An only child, Adams was born when his mother was nearly forty. He was raised in an environment that was deeply Victorian, and Adams was a solitary child; at the age of twelve, he taught himself to play the piano and read music. Although he ultimately gave up music for photography, the piano brought substance, discipline, and structure to his frustrating and erratic youth. Moreover, the careful training and exacting craft required of a musician profoundly informed his visual artistry, as well as his influential writings and teachings on photography. Always a lover of nature, Adams life was, in his words, "colored and modulated by the great earth gesture" of the Yosemite Sierra; he spent substantial time there every year from 1916 until his death. There, he began using the Kodak No. 1 Box Brownie his parents had given him, joined the Sierra Club, and met his wife, Virginia Best; they were married in 1928. The couple had two children. The 1920's and 30's were busy years for Adams. He made his first fully visualized photograph, Monolith, the Face of Half Dome, and gained his first patron in the person of Albert M. Bender, explored the "pictorial" style, and settled on "straight photography." Although his work gained recognition, it did not alleviate Adams's financial pressures, compelling him to spend much of his time as a commercial photographer. Still, Adams's technical mastery was the stuff of legend. More than any creative photographer, before or since, he reveled in the theory and practice of the medium, even creating the famous and highly complex "zone system" of controlling and relating exposure and development. Adams felt an intense commitment to promoting photography as a fine art, as well as being an unremitting activist for the cause of wilderness and the environment. His images became the symbols, the veritable icons, of wild America. Seen in a more traditional art history context, Adams was the last and defining figure in the romantic tradition of nineteenth-century American landscape painting and photography. Adams's vast archive of papers, memorabilia, correspondence, negatives, and many "fine" photographic prints, as well as numerous "work" or proof prints, are in the John P. Schaefer Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, Tucson. A portion of his papers relating to the Sierra Club are in the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Adams died in Monterey, California in 1984. Reference: William A. Turnage, American National Biography, Oxford University Press

Lot: 331 - Pair of "Rotta" glass topped painted nightstands 22 3/4"H x 16"D x 22"W (each)

Pair of "Rotta" glass topped painted nightstands Made in Brazil. One glass top has a chipped edge. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 332 - Access Lighting 3-light flush mount brushed metal ceiling fixture 5”H x 10”Diam.

Access Lighting 3-light flush mount brushed metal ceiling fixture Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 333 - Charles H. Beckley custom upholstered twin platform / day bed. 34"H x 39"W x 75 1/2"D

Charles H. Beckley custom upholstered twin platform / day bed. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 334 - Pier 1 Imports Hayworth mirrored 7 drawer lingerie chest 48 1/2”H x 20”W x 14”D

Pier 1 Imports Hayworth mirrored 7 drawer lingerie chest Made in China, AKA Danielle mirrored 7 drawer lingerie chest - silver finish, 092010 Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 335 - Decorative wall hanging with butterflies 34"H x 26"W (sight), 38 1/2"H x 30 1/2"W (frame)

Decorative wall hanging with butterflies Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 336 - Collection of 9 studio pottery glazed stoneware spoon rests with botanical imprints 5 7/8"H x 3 1/8"W (largest)

Collection of 9 studio pottery glazed stoneware spoon rests with botanical imprints 8 signed with incised initials under base.

Lot: 337 - Collection of decorative items: 2 resin soap dishes, glass dish with lid, acrylic tissue box cover and wastebasket set, 7 1/2"H x 10 1/2"H x 3 1/2"D (coat hooks)

Collection of decorative items: 2 resin soap dishes, glass dish with lid, acrylic tissue box cover and wastebasket set, glass and metal oval vanity tray, and 2 metal coat hook racks with figural acrylic daisy flowers. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 338 - Collection of decorative objects: gilt bronze cartel wall clock, porcelain apothecary jar, 6 1/2"H x 4 1/2"Diam. (jar)

Collection of decorative objects: gilt bronze cartel wall clock, porcelain apothecary jar, gilt metal easel back picture frame with bird motif, pair of Chinese export porcelain doves. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 339 - Group of decorative glass objects: Cartier triangular vase, Baccarat crystal vase, Baccarat crystal ridged cylindrical vase, 10”H x 4”W (tallest)

Group of decorative glass objects: Cartier triangular vase, Baccarat crystal vase, Baccarat crystal ridged cylindrical vase, Baccarat crystal octagonal trinket dish, Tiffany & Co. flower form bowl, Lalique France crystal Honfleur geranium dish, pen holder paperweight, desk clock, frosted glass bud vase with floral motif. Baccarat crystal vase is chipped at base. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 340 - Collection of 6 decorative objects: carved and painted obelisk with flame finial, 24"H x 12 1/2"W (candelabra)

Collection of 6 decorative objects: carved and painted obelisk with flame finial, pair of Palecek gilt ceramic floral form dishes, patinated metal 5-arm floral candelabra, carved wood flower form drapery hardware. Provenance: from the estate of Andrea Farber

Lot: 341 - Collection of 9 decorative boxes: Tiffany & Co. gift box, Neiman Marcus gift box, Chanel metallic painted wooden box, 10"H x 16"W x 9 1/4"D (Tiffany)

Collection of 9 decorative boxes: Tiffany & Co. gift box, Neiman Marcus gift box, Chanel metallic painted wooden box, black box with script, book-shaped metal box with fleur de lis, book-shaped wooden box with an image of Thomas Gainsborough's painting "The Morning Walk", book-shaped box with Hamlet cover, book-shaped box with an image of a child, book-shaped box with black faux crocodile leather. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 342 - Collection of flatware and utensils: The Bombay Company silver plate pasta server and lasagna server, 3 glass swizzle sticks, 2 1/2”H x 8 1/4"W x 4"D (toothbrush/razor holder)

Collection of flatware and utensils: The Bombay Company silver plate pasta server and lasagna server, 3 glass swizzle sticks, 2 pewter bottle coasters, toothbrush / razor holder transferware dish, set of silver plate fork and spoon salad servers, Turtons silver plate serving spoon made in England, Christofle silver plate pie / cake server, silver plate grape shears, Ellington serrated paring knife, John Turton silver plate spreader, unmarked silver plate spreader, Supreme Cutlery Japan stainless knife, 2 dinner forks, 4 salad forks, and teaspoon, BodaNova Japan stainless knife, Air France Nathalie George Creation fork, spoon, and knife set, silver plate candle snuffer, 2 Bernard Rice's Sons Apollo EPNS pierced candleholders, Belvin EPNS and mother of pearl pie / cake server, silver plate and MOP pickle fork, MOP spreader, and 2 Chinese porcelain soup spoons. Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 343 - Lot of 6 Sotheby's auction catalogs: April 1996, April 2010, October 2010, January/February 2011, 11 1/4"H x 9"W x 1/2"D

Lot of 6 Sotheby's auction catalogs: April 1996, April 2010, October 2010, January/February 2011, March 2011 April/May 2011 Provenance: from the estate of Evelyn Farber

Lot: 344 - Lot of 14 Asian decorative objects: pair of brass cranes, Japanese geta sandals, 2 1/2"H x 14 1/4"W (brass tray)

Lot of 14 Asian decorative objects: pair of brass cranes, Japanese geta sandals, Art Nouveau brass figural tray, 2 floral ceramic trays, 2 Japanese tea cups with lids, 4 chopsticks, 6 linear conjoined bud vases

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