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  • Important Americana, Paintings, Furniture,and Decorative Arts SaleTuesday, 17 January 2012 10:00 AM

    127 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 +1 212 734 2381 Kenoauctions.com

    1005Important Americana, Paintings, Furniture, and Decorative Arts Sale

    17 January, 2012

  • Front cover: Lots 24 (detail),

    26(detail), 79 and 80

    Back cover: Lot 8

    Inside front cover Lot 75 (detail)

    Inside back cover Lot 118

    Page 2 Lot 107

    Page 5 Lot 26

    President and Owner: Leigh Keno, leigh@kenoauctions.com

    Staff: Sarah DeSanctis, Sarah@kenoauctions.com

    Jack OBrien, Jack@kenoauctions.com

    Amy Sheldon, Amy@kenoauctions.com

    Catherine Skibitcky, Catherine@kenoauctions.com

    Consultant: Betty Krulik, Fine Arts

    Auction Inquiries &

    Bid Department:

    Sale Inquiries:

    phone: 212 734 2381

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    Auction Online:

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    live online bidding at Kenoauctions.com

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    Conditions of Sale:

    This auction is subject to

    Important Notices, Conditions of

    Sale and Reserves.

    IMPORTANT AMERICANA, PAINTINGS, FURNITURE,

    AND DECORATIVE ARTS SALE

    Sale:

    Tuesday, January 17, 2012 10:00 AM

    Viewing:

    Saturday, January 14, 2012 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    Sunday, January 15, 2012 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    Monday, January 16, 2012 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    Tuesday, January 17, 2012 8:00 a.m. to End of sale.(viewing available during sale)

    Location:

    Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, Wallace Hall

    980 Park Avenue at 84th Street

    New York, NY 10028

    Auction Code: 1005

    In sending absentee bids or making inquiries, this sale should be referred to as SALE 1005.

  • Handling and Collection

    Lots will not be released until all outstanding charges due to Keno Auctions are paid in full. Please contact Keno Auctions ClientAccounts department at +1 212 734 2381 or Clientaccounts@kenoauctions.com.

    Administration and Handling Charges

    Property not picked up the day of the sale or by 3:00 p.m. the following day will result in handling and administration charges plusany applicable sales taxes.

    Charges All Property

    Administration (per lot, due on Day 36) $150.00Handling (per lot/day, beginning Day 36) $12.00

    Keno Auctions Sale Site Welpak Corporation

    Church of St. Ignatius Loyola 58-60 Grand Avenue

    Wallace Hall Maspeth, NY 11378

    980 Park Avenue 718 391 0155

    New York, NY 10028 Info@welpakcorp.com

    Hours: 9:00 a.m. end of sale Hours: 9:00 5:00 p.m.

    January 17, 2012 Monday Friday, except public holidays

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

    January 18

    Directions to the Sale

    By Subway:

    Take 6 train to 77th Street OR take 4, 5, or 6train to 86th Street.

    Driving Directions

    From Westchester

    New York State Thruway (I-87) South

    Exit 3, towards East 138 Street Stay straight to go onto Exterior

    Street. Turn right onto Madison Avenue Bridge.

    Madison Avenue Bridge becomes Madison Avenue. Turn Left onto 135Street. Turn Right onto Park Avenue.

    Turn Left onto East 132 Street, take the FDR Drive South to 96 Street (exit 14)

    Either go right onto 96 Street, drive across town to Park Avenue and turn left OR

    Go straight onto York Avenue, turn right at 85 Street, turn left at Park Avenue.

    From Long Island

    Long Island Expressway (I-495) to exit 30W, towards Midtown Tunnel

    Take Grand Central Parkway (Exit 22A) towards 108 St. Keep right at the fork in the ramp.

    Grand Central Parkway goes into Triborough Bridge. Keep to the Right, take the exit for Manhattan. Keep to the center through the tolls,follow signs for FDR Drive South.

    Exit at 96 Street (exit 14). Either go right onto 96 Street, drive

    across town to Park Avenue and turn left OR

    Go straight onto York Avenue, turn right at 85 Street, turn left at Park Avenue.

    From Connecticut

    I-95 South Continue onto 1-278 W Take exit for FDR Drive Merge onto Robert F. Kennedy

    Bridge Keep right and follow signs for 125

    St./2nd Avenue Turn right onto E. 125th St Turn left on Lexington Avenue (3rd

    cross street) Turn right on E. 85th St. Take first left on to Park Avenue

    From the Lincoln Tunnel

    On exiting the tunnel, exit on the left towards 40 Street 7 North/WestSide Hwy

    Take West Side Highway to 79th Street

    Turn left onto Broadway Take Broadway to 86 Street, turn

    right onto 86 Street Take 86 Street through Central Park.

    You will exit the park on 84 Street. The church is on the corner of 84

    Street and Park Avenue.

    Parking:

    There are many parking garages in the neigh-borhood. The closest is Belmont, on 84between Park and Lexington.

    Additional parking garages include: Albert Parking LLC

    30 E. 85th Street (between 5th and Madison) 212-249-5290

    East 82nd Street Garage 111 E.82ndStreet (between Lex and Park) 212-288-9645

    Gold East Garage 55 E. 87th Street (between Madison and Park) 212-831-4818

  • 6 Additional Information, Photographs and Condition Reports at Kenoauctions.com

    Property of a New York Gentleman

    1

    Fernand Le Gout-Gerard (French, 1854-1924)

    BRETON WOMEN AT THE EMBANKMENT

    Signed and dated lower left

    Oil on canvas laid down on plywood

    24 x 28 1/2 in.

    $5,000-10,000

    Property of a Gentleman

    2

    Henriette Ronner (Dutch, 1821-1909)

    THE DOG CART

    Signed lower right Henriette Ronner

    Oil on canvas

    22 5/8 x 18 in.

    $1,500-2,500

    1

    2 3

    Henri Joseph Harpignies (French, 1819-1916)

    PAYSAGE AVEC UNE FEMME AU BORD DE LA RIVIERE

    Signed and dated lower left, H Harpignies 1900

    Oil on canvas

    12 x 17 in.

    $4,000-6,000

    Provenance: Arthur Tooth & Sons, New York

    Mrs. George E. Rand, Buffalo, New York

    Exhibitions: Buffalo, New York, the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Gallery

    4

    Charles Edouard Frere (French, 1837-1894)

    FEEDING BABY, 1871

    Signed and dated lower left Edouard Frere 71

    Oil on panel

    14 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.

    $3,000-5,000

    Provenance: Arthur Tooth & Sons, New York

    Mrs. George E. Rand, Buffalo, New York

    Exhibitions: Buffalo, New York, the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Gallery

    3

    4

  • Additional Information, Photographs and Condition Reports at Kenoauctions.com 7

    Property of a Massachusetts Gentleman

    5

    Attributed to Sir Godfrey Kneller (British, 1646-1723)

    Pair of Portraits

    PORTRAIT OF A MAN and PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN

    Oil on canvas in early carved and gilt wooden frames

    30 x 24 in. (oval) (2)

    $5,000-8,000

    6

    French School, Early 19th Century

    MADONNA AND CHILD WITH JOSEPH AND PUTTI

    Oil on canvas

    Unsigned

    17 x 22 1/2 in.

    $800-1,200

    Property of a Connecticut Lady

    7

    Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917)

    VICTOR HUGO

    Inscribed M.L. A.R.

    Dry point etching, state fi ve

    8 1/2 x 6 1/8 in.

    $1,000-1,500

    5 5

    6 7

  • 8 Additional Information, Photographs and Condition Reports at Kenoauctions.com

    8

    William Mason Brown (American, 1828-

    1898)

    STILL LIFE WITH WATERMELON, FRUIT AND

    CALLA LILLIES

    Signed with conjoined initials lower left W M Brown

    Oil on canvas

    Unframed

    19 3/4 x 16 in.

    A letter from Dr. William H. Gerdts authenticating this

    work accompanies the lot.

    $20,000-40,000

    Provenance: Purchased in New York in the 1950s by a

    prominent theater entertainment family

    Thence by descent

    We are grateful to Dr. William H. Gerdts, Professor

    Emeritus of Art History, Graduate School of the City

    University of New York for preparing the following:

    I have examined the vertical painting of watermelon,

    grapes, and an apple, situated in a landscape, and

    signed WMBrown. This is the artists typical signature,

    but more, the painting is very much in Browns manner.

    Comparisons with other works by him--the manner in

    which he highlights both green and purple grapes; the

    larger watermelon with the roughened interior, though

    not with the deep cuts sometimes found in his work; the

    beautifully rendered apple; and not only the use of dir[t]

    and stony ground plane, but that particular formation of

    ground plane, is very typical of Brown and can be found

    in numerous other works painted by him which situated

    his fruit subjects in the out-of-doors. In my opinion this is

    a work by William Mason Brown.

    W. H. G. December 2011

    8

    9

    9

    William Rickerby Miller (American, 1818-

    1893)

    PEACHES ON A MARBLE TABLE TOP

    Signed lower left, W.R. Miller 1862

    Inscribed verso A Study of Peaches W.M. R. Miller /

    Artist 709 Broadway NY

    Oil on panel

    5 1/2 x 7 1/2 in.

    $3,000-6,000

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    Property of a West Coast Gentleman

    12

    Jacob Eichholtz (American, 1776-1842)

    PORTRAIT OF MRS. LAWRENCE LEWIS

    Circa 1825

    Oil on canvas

    30 x 25 in.

    $3,000-5,000

    Anna Maria Stocker (b. July 6, 1796, Pottstown, d. April 11, 1879), was the daughter

    of John Clements Stocker (1760-1813), and his wife Mary Katherine Rutter (1762-

    1813). She was married Dec. 4, 1817, to Lawrence Lewis, a Philadelphia merchant.

    Prov