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  • TheInternationalSaleOld MasterPaintings,Drawings&Prints

    Lyon & Turnbull Edinburgh

    3rd October, 2012

    Freemans Philadelphia

    11th October, 2012a u c t i o n e e r s & a p p r a i s e r s s i n c e 1 8 0 5

  • TheInternationalSaleOld MasterPaintings,Drawings& Prints Thursday, October 11th, 201211am

    Sale Number 1442

    1808 Chestnut Street

    Philadelphia PA 19103

    Tel. +1 215.563.9275

    Fax. +1 215.563.8236

    www.freemansauction.com

    Catalogue: 15 / $35

    See page 2 for viewing and

    enquiry details

    Inside Front Cover: Lot 217 (detail)Inside Back Cover: Lot 171

    Printing by Brilliant Studio,

    Exton, Pennsylvania

    Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

    11am

    Sale Number LT360

    33 Broughton Place

    Edinburgh EH1 3RR

    Tel. +44(0) 131 557 8844

    Fax. +44(0) 131 557 8668

    www.lyonandturnbull.com

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  • Viewing and Enquiries

    Auction

    Thursday, October 11th, at 11am

    Exhibition

    Friday October 5th

    10am - 4:30pm

    Saturday, October 6th

    12 noon - 5pm

    Monday, October 8th

    10am - 4:30pm

    Tuesday, October 9th

    10am - 4:30pm

    Wednesday, October 10th

    10am - 4:30pm

    Limited viewing on morning of the sale

    Specialists

    David Weiss

    direct tel: 267.414.1214

    dweiss@freemansauction.com

    Maya ODonnell-Shah

    direct tel: 267.414.1210

    mshah@freemansauction.com

    Commission Bids

    Bridgette Bonner

    tel: 267.414.1208

    fax: 215.599.2240

    bbonner@freemansauction.com

    1808 Chestnut Street

    Philadelphia PA 19103

    Tel. +1 215.563.9275

    Fax. +1 215.563.8236

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    Auction

    Wednesday, October 3rd, at 11am

    Exhibition

    Saturday, September 29th

    12 noon - 4pm

    Sunday, September 30th

    12 noon - 4pm

    Monday, October 1st

    10am - 5pm

    Tuesday, October 2nd

    10am - 5pm

    Morning of sale strictly by

    appointment only

    Specialists

    Nick Curnow

    nick.curnow@lyonandturnbull.com

    Charlotte Riordan

    charlotte.riordan@lyonandturnbull.com

    Enquiries and Commission Bids

    Lyon and Turnbull Ltd.

    33 Broughton Place

    Edinburgh EH1 3RR

    Tel. +44 (0)131 557 8844

    Fax. +44 (0)131 557 8668

    email: info@lyonandturnbull.com

    www.lyonandturnbull.com

    Please note that the the Conditions of Sale and Buyers Information vary

    between Lyon & Turnbull and Freemans - information for both can be

    found in this catalogue.

    Bidding will be in GB for Lyon & Turnbull and $ for Freemans - the

    equivalent rate is given for each lot at 1 = $1.60 but should be treated as a

    guide only.

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  • TheInternationalSaleOld MasterPaintings,Drawings&Prints

    Session One

    Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

    at 11am

    Lyon and Turnbull

    33 Broughton Place Edinburgh

    EH1 3RR

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  • Important Information for Buyers at Lyon & Turnbull

    bids but we offer this service

    entirely at the bidders risk.

    By telephone

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    must be confirmed in writing.

    Telephone bidding

    If you are unable to attend the

    sale we can normally arrange for

    you to bid on the telephone. This

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    All telephone bids must be

    confirmed in writing, listing the

    relevant lots and appropriate

    number to be called. We

    recommend that a covering bid is

    also left in the event that we are

    unable to make the call. We

    cannot guarantee that lines will

    be available, or that we will be

    able to call you on the day, but

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    This royalty will be charged to the

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    of exchange at the European

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    sale.

    More information on Droit de

    Suite is available at

    www.dacs.org.uk

    Damage and Restoration

    Occasionally when a lot has

    suffered extensive damage and/or

    restoration it is indicated in the

    catalogue. This is mentioned

    entirely at our discretion for the

    benefit of buyers. Where there is

    no mention of damage and/or

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    taken to mean that there is none.

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    ensure that the condition of lots

    is to their satisfaction (see our

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    If potential buyers are unable to

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    prepare detailed Condition

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    quickly as possible. These are for

    Buying at Auction

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    standard Terms and Conditions of

    Sale. If you have not bought at

    auction before we will be

    delighted to advise you.

    Estimates

    Estimates are printed below each

    lot and do not include the buyers

    premium. The sale will be

    conducted in pounds sterling.

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    Dimensions are for guidance only;

    it is the buyers responsibility to

    ensure that they are correct.

    Buyers Premium

    The buyer shall pay the hammer

    price together with a premium

    thereon.

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    Pictures (Not Fine Sales)

    20%

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    (Fine/Special/Collections/

    Contemporary)

    25% up to 25,000 / 20%

    thereafter.

    VAT will be charged on the

    premium at the rate imposed by

    law. (see our Terms and

    Conditions of Sale).

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    The symbol by a lot number

    indicates that VAT is payable by

    the purchaser at the standard rate

    on the hammer price.

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    indicates that the lot has been

    temporarily imported from

    outside the EU and that VAT is

    payable by the purchaser at the

    rate of 5% on the hammer price

    and the buyers premium.

    No VAT is payable on the

    hammer price or premium for

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    which may be subject to the Droit

    de Suite or Artists Resale Right,

    which took effect in the United

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    1 FD378/1

    ALBRECHT DRER(GERMAN 1471-1528)THE SMALL PASSION,WOODCUTSWoodcuts completed c. 1510,

    impressions taken from the

    original plates in Venice 1612 in

    small quarto format, Meder

    125-161 edition d, Latin verses by

    Mauritio Moro facing each plate,

    not laid down but with left edge

    cut, 23 of the 36 prints

    represented here, condition

    generally good except for bad

    staining to title page

    10cm x 12.5cm (plate size) (4in x 5in)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    2 FB464/3

    REMBRANDT VAN RIJN(DUTCH 1606-1669)CHRIST DISPUTING WITH THEDOCTORSEtching, 65, Bartsch

    13cm x 21.5cm (5in x 8.5in)

    1,000-1,500 $1,600-2,400

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    3 FD46/4

    JEAN BAPTISTE HUET(FRENCH 1745-1811)AN ALLEGORY OF FIDELITYSigned and dated 1772, pen and

    ink

    21.5cm x 18cm (8.5in x 7in)

    and a companion a pair An

    Allegory of Love (2)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    4 FC185/6

    PIERRE LOUIS DE LA RIVE(SWISS 1753-1817)FIGURES AND ANIMALS IN AWOODED RIVER LANDSCAPESigned and dated 1803, pen and

    ink and sepia wash

    55cm x 76cm (21.75in x 30in)

    and a companion, a pair A Rest

    By The Way (2)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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  • LYON & TURNBULLold master paintings, drawings & prints

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    5 FD33/13

    16TH CENTURY ITALIANSCHOOLA FIGURE GROUP, SALMON,BOOZ AND OBETHPen and ink, laid down, arched

    top, unframed

    26cm x 21cm (10.25in x 8.25in)

    Note:This is a copy of a spandrel from theceiling of the Sistine Chapel

    300-500 $480-800

    6 FD46/7

    EDOUARD DAEGE(GERMAN 1805-1883)LIFE STUDYPencil heightened with chalk

    26cm x 19cm (10.25in x 7.5in)

    Note:Inscribed on a label verso Studie nachdem leben zu dem bilde, Die tchter desCid

    500-800 $800-1,280

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    7 FC778/19FOLLOWER OF CORNELISDUSART (DUTCH 1660-1704)PEASANTWOMAN AND CHILDPen and ink and wash, unframed

    12cm x 9cm (4.75in x 3.5in)

    300-500 $480-800

    8 FC778/16

    MANNER OFCHRISTIAN-WILHELM-ERNSTDIETRICH (GERMAN 1712-1774)ORIENTAL HEAD STUDIESPen and ink and coloured wash,

    unframed

    10cm x 15cm (4in x 6in)

    400-600 $640-960

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  • LYON & TURNBULLold master paintings, drawings & prints

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    Exceedingly rare to market,

    images of early whaling

    expeditions are very highly

    sought after both for their

    immense charm and as social

    historical documents. As with the

    practise of scrimshaw, these

    works provide eye-witness

    accounts of the adventures of

    early whalers. Facing Arctic

    conditions with rudimentary

    equipment, the cold was a huge

    threat, as were polar bears and

    indeed the whales themselves

    which could easily destroy a

    rowing boat with a well-aimed

    flick of its tail, or tow a small boat

    out of range of the main vessel on

    its harpoon line. The sailors were

    also under immense pressure to

    catch a huge number of whales in

    order to make their missions

    worthwhile. Lot 11 bears the

    inscription: This picture to be

    given as a Premium to a

    Harpoonsman or other officer of

    this ship Dexterity who shall with

    his own hands kill the greatest

    number of whales, showing the

    chief mate encourage a

    competitive element among the

    crew. As well as maximising their

    productivity, such competitions

    would have served to entertain

    the men during long periods at

    sea.

    Whaling was an important, even

    vital industry in Europe between

    the 17th and 19th century. The oil

    extracted from the whales

    blubber was an invaluable

    resource, used predominantly for

    candle wax and lantern oil. The

    common target of such

    expeditions was the relatively

    docile Right whale, allegedly so-

    called for being the right whale

    for whalers to aim their harpoons

    towards. Perceived to be of a

    docile nature, they are slower

    swimmers than the Razorback

    whales which were also

    occasionally hunted and therefore

    a less dangerous prospect to

    catch. The Right whale also has a

    higher oil content and were

    therefore of greater value.

    Originally, the whaling territories

    off Greenland were charted as a

    result of attempts to find the

    Northwest Passage. Though we

    now know the Vikings had

    reached and traded with the

    indigenous peoples of North

    America long before, the earliest

    officially recognised expeditions

    were made by Columbus in the

    1400s. English explorers of the

    1500s continued to charter these

    territories though it was not to be

    fully navigated until the early

    1900s. Of particular importance

    to the British whaling industry

    was the discovery of the Davis

    Strait by John Davis in the late

    1500s, the setting of several of

    the works featured in this section

    of the sale.

    The practise of whaling captured

    the publics imagination and

    became an increasingly common

    subject in late 18th and 19th

    century art and literature,

    culminating with Herman

    Melvilles Moby Dick in 1851.

    Also of significance was the

    publication in 1820 of The Arctic

    Regions and an Account of the

    Northern Whale Fisheries by

    William Scoresby, a Reverend and

    former highly successful whaling

    captain. Beyond the colourful

    anecdotes it was the scientific

    explorations - of the salinity of

    the arctic waters, the organisms

    which dwelt in it, the regions

    zoology that were to prove

    lastingly influential. This text is

    now considered to have laid the

    foundation of our modern

    scientific engagement with the

    Arctic, his efforts to record the

    conditions for early whalers

    proving invaluable to our modern

    understanding of the region.

    The Arctic Regions was

    illustrated with 24 engravings,

    notable among which was a

    scene by John Waddell of

    Edinburgh, entitled The Dangers

    of the Whale Fishery, depicting

    the flipping of a harpooners boat

    by a wounded whale (illustrated).

    Little is known of Waddell other

    than that he frequently sailed out

    on whaling ships from the port of

    Leith, Scotland, presumably in

    order to record aspects of their

    missions for a growingly

    interested public. The works

    featured in this sale are

    subsequently of great scarcity

    and can be viewed as important

    artefacts within both the museum

    community and collectors with a

    love of history and a sense of

    adventure.

    From hell's heart I stab at thee; for hate's sake I spit my last breath at thee. Ye damned whale.Captain Ahab, Moby Dick

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    9 FC969/2

    J** WADDELL(SCOTTISH 18TH/19THCENTURY)ROYAL BOUNTY OF LEITHPROSECUTING THE FISHING INDAVIS STRAITSSigned and dated 1797, inscribed,

    watercolour

    35.5cm x 47cm (14in x 18.5in)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    10 FC969/5

    ATTRIBUTED TO J** WADDELL(SCOTTISH 18TH/19THCENTURY)RAITH OF LEITH, J.DAVISONCOMMANDER PROSECUTINGTHE FISHING IN DAVIS STRAITSInscribed on a label on mount,

    watercolour

    33.5cm x 44.5cm (13.25in x 17.5in)

    and a companion Raith of Leith

    anchoring in Leith Roads (2)

    4,000-6,000 $6,400-9,600

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    11 FC969/3

    ATTRIBUTED TO J** WADDELL(SCOTTISH 18TH/19THCENTURY)WHALING IN THE DAVISSTRAITSInscribed on a label on the mount

    This picture to be given as a

    Premium to a Harpoonsman or

    other officer of this ship Dexterity

    who shall with his own hands kill

    the greatest number of whales -

    Mr Peter Baillie, chief mate of the

    Dexterity 1812, watercolour

    41cm x 34cm (16in x 13.5in)

    1,500-2,000 $2,400-3,200

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    12 FC340/1

    WILLIAM HENRYWILLIAMSON(BRITISH 1820-1883)FISHING BOATS OFF PORTDURING A STORMSigned and dated 1860, oil on

    canvas

    101cm x 166cm (40in x 65.25in)

    2,500-3,500 $4,000-5,600

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    13 FC778/8

    ATTRIBUTED TO CORNELISHUYSMANS(DUTCH 1648-1727)A WOODED LANDSCAPE WITHWOMEN BY A STREAMOil on canvas

    43cm x 44.5cm (17in x 17.5in)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    14 FC950/2

    FOLLOWER OF ANDREALOCATELLI(ITALIAN 1693-c. 1741)AN ITALIANATE LANDSCAPEWITH FIGURES RETURNINGFROM THE RIVEROil on canvas

    62cm x 76cm (24.5in x 30in)

    2,500-4,000 $4,000-6,400

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    16 FC778/10

    FOLLOWER OF ADRIAAN VANDERWERFF(DUTCH 1659-1722)VERTUMNUS AND POMONAOil on canvas

    38cm x 50cm (15in x 19.5in)

    600-800 $960-1,280

    15 FA230/2

    MANNER OF JAN VAN DEMEER (DUTCH 1665-1722)TENDING THE FLOCKIndistinctly signed and dated, oil

    on canvas laid down

    13cm x 17cm (5in x 17.5in)

    and a companion, a pair (2)

    400-600 $640-960

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    17 FC788/20

    FOLLOWER OF PHILIPSWOUWERMAN(DUTCH 1619-1668)A RIDING PARTY DISMOUNTEDOil on panel

    30cm x 40cm (11.75in x 15.75in)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    18 FD449/117TH CENTURY VENETIANSCHOOLBATTLE OF THE TITANSOil on canvas, unframed

    175cm x 165cm (60in x 65in)

    4,000-6,000 $6,400-9,600

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    19 FD449/5FOLLOWER OF ANNIBALECARRACCI (ITALIAN 1560-1609)DAVID AND GOLIATHOil on canvas

    90cm x 70cm (35.5in x 27.5in)

    3,500-4,500 $5,400-7,200

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    20 FB830/1

    FOLLOWER OF FLORIS VANDIJCK (DUTCH 1575-1651)A STILL LIFE OF A MAN ANDWOMAN SEATED AT A FOODLADEN TABLEOil on panel

    91cm x 132cm (36in x 52cm

    Note:This is possibly an allegory of temptation(lust or gluttony)

    4,000-6,000 $6,400-9,600

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    21 FD235/2

    FOLLOWER OF HANS VONAACHEN (GERMAN 1552-1615)THE LAST SUPPEROil on panel

    40cm x 30cm (15.75in x 11.75in)

    1,500-2,000 $2,400-3,200

    22 FD253/1

    AFTER RAPHAELMADONNA AND CHILDOil on panel

    76cm x 51cm (30in x 20in)

    Note:The present painting is after The TempiMadonna by Raphael in the AltePinakothek, Munich.

    800-1,200 $1,280-1,920

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    23 FC857/5

    ATTRIBUTED TO SIR JOHNWATSON GORDONTHREE QUARTER LENGTHPORTRAIT OF ALEXANDERGRAHAM OF CAPPELLIE INRIDING DRESSOil on canvas

    127cm x 101.5cm (50in x 40in)

    Provenance:Carbeth Guthrie Estate.

    Note:Alexander Graham of Capellie was anenthusiast of hare coursing and, amongstother awards, won the Waterloo Cup,which was the most prestigious coursingtrophy in the UK. For many years he wasthe chairman of the annual Waterloodinner. It was through his love ofcoursing that he became friends with the13th Earl of Eglinton, which is how lot 25,a portrait of the Earl with his greyhoundsby Richard Ansdell, came into hispossession, possibly as a prize in agaming bet.

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    ROBERT SCOTT LAUDER R.S.A.(SCOTTISH 1803-1869)RUTHOil on canvas laid down

    127cm x 101.5cm (50in x 40in)

    1,500-2,000 $2,400-3,200

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    ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARDANSDELLARCHIBALD MONTGOMERIE,13TH EARL OF EGLINTON ONHORSEBACK BEFORE EGLINTONCASTLEOil on canvas

    63cm x 76cm (25in x 30in)

    Provenance:Carbeth Guthrie Estate

    6,000-8,000 $9,600-12,800

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    Archibald William Montgomerie,

    the 13th Earl of Eglinton and Lord

    Montgomerie from 1814-1819,

    was heir to the colourful history

    of Eglinton Castle and was famed

    above all his ancestors for his

    outlandish lifestyle. He was

    famously inept in his handling of

    money in early life and had an

    alleged propensity to drink

    nothing other than champagne.

    These eccentricities were counter

    balanced by an immense

    generosity of spirit and an active

    political career as a Conservative

    politician in the House of Lords,

    meaning that by the time of his

    early death at the age of forty

    nine, Montgomerie was said to be

    the most popular nobleman in

    Scotland, with Disraeli naming

    him the most honest man, and

    the most straight-forward I ever

    dealt with1. Further roles of note

    included the position of Glasgow

    University Rector (1852-1854)

    and Dean of Faculties (1847-

    1849). He was also colonel of the

    Ayrshire militia between 1836-

    1852 and Lord Lieutenant of

    Ireland in 1852 and 1858-9.

    In 1839, Montgomerie famously

    hosted the Eglinton Tournament,

    recreating jousting matches, a

    banquet and a ball for a crowd of

    100,000 spectators which

    included Prince Louis Napoleon III

    and, as the story goes, a young

    journalist named Charles

    Dickens.2 He was very much a

    man of his time and, as well as

    embracing the Victorian passion

    for all things Medieval and

    chivalrous, he also

    enthusiastically patronised the

    fast-growing national interest in

    horse racing. His passion for

    sport encompassed many

    activities and, beyond his political

    career, it is for these interests that

    he was best known. Almost every

    artistic depiction of Montgomerie

    sees him represented either

    participating in or attending a

    sporting event of some sort.

    Perhaps most famously, Charles

    Lees R.S.A. featured him in his

    The Golfers: A Grand Match

    Played on St Andrews Links,

    1841, now housed in the National

    Gallery of Scotland, and Grand

    Match, North versus South, of the

    Royal Caledonian Curling Club, at

    Linlithgow. George Henry

    Laporte also created a likeness of

    Montgomerie out hunting on his

    estate in the 1840s, which now

    hangs in the National Trust

    Collection at Upton House.

    The work represented here is very

    likely to be connected to Richard

    Ansdells artists larger work, The

    Waterloo Cup Coursing Meeting

    of 1840, which is part of the

    Walker Art Gallerys collection in

    Liverpool, the city of Ansdells

    birth. Held annually in Lancashire,

    the Waterloo Cup was the chief

    coursing event in the UK. It was

    inaugurated by William Lynn in

    1836 who, a year later, organised

    the first Great Liverpool

    Steeplechase which became

    known as the Grand National in

    1839. The work presented in this

    sale shows Montgomerie

    coursing with identical

    greyhounds on the Eglinton

    Estate. Interestingly, Yale

    University holds a preparatory

    sketch for The Waterloo Cup

    Coursing Meeting, consisting of

    three studies of members of the

    gentry present; Lords Douglas,

    Stradbroke and Montgomerie.

    Here, as in the completed work

    and its preliminary sketch, we see

    Montgomerie wearing a top hat

    and sporting his trademark side-

    whiskers. He is also posed with

    face and body at an uncannily

    similar angle. It seems likely the

    work was created by Ansdell

    around the same time, perhaps as

    a memento of the larger work.

    Given what we know of

    Montgomeries character, the way

    by which this painting came into

    the family of the current vendor

    seems exceedingly fitting.

    Tradition has it that their ancestor

    Alexander Graham of Cappellie -

    featured in lot 23 of this sale in a

    portrait by Watson Gordon - won

    the picture from the 13th Earl in a

    gaming bet. Graham was the

    chairman of the annual Waterloo

    dinner for many years3 and was

    well acquainted with

    Montgomerie through their

    shared love of coursing.

    1 Oxford National Dictionary of Biography

    2 p.82, Montgomeries of Eglinton, byElizabeth Cousins, StrathclydeDepartment of Education

    3 Field and Fern, by H. H. Dixon,Rogerson and Tuxford, London 1865

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    27 FC857/3

    RICHARD ANSDELL R.A.(BRITISH 1815-1885)THE GAMEKEEPEROil on board

    20cm x 31cm (8in x 12in)

    Provenance:Carbeth Guthrie Estate

    1,500-2,000 $2,400-3,200

    26 FC857/1

    RICHARD ANSDELL R.A.(BRITISH 1815-1885)A STILL LIFE OF DEAD GAMEON A HILLSIDESigned and dated 1863, oil on

    canvas

    51cm x 61cm (20in x 24in)

    Provenance:Carbeth Guthrie Estate

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    28 FB347/9

    17TH CENTURY ROMANSCHOOLAN ITALIANATE LANDSCAPEWITH FIGURES AND ANIMALSBY RUINSOil on canvas

    50.5cm x 65cm (20in x 25.5in)

    Provenance:Royal Scottish AcademyThe Veitch Bequest 1875

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    30 FE17/50

    FOLLOWER OF ABRAHAMCOOPER (BRITISH 1787-1868)IN FULL FLIGHTOil on canvas

    63cm x 76cm (25in x 30in)

    1,000-1,500 $1,600-2,400

    29 FE9/3

    CIRCLE OF DIEGO VELASQUEZ(SPANISH 1599-1660)HEAD AND SHOULDERPORTRAIT OF DON GASPAR DEGUZMN (1587-1645),COUNT-DUKE OF OLIVARERSOval, on copper

    8.5cm x 6.5cm (3.25in x 2.5in)

    1,500-2,000 $2,400-3,200

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    31 FD664/2

    17TH CENTURY ANTWERPSCHOOLHEAD AND SHOULDERPORTRAIT OF A LADY WITHELABORATE RUFFOil on canvas

    41cm x 33cm (16in x 12in)

    1,500-2,500 $2,400-4,000

    32 FE17/86

    MANNER OF SIR JOSHUAREYNOLDS(BRITISH 1723-1792)THREE QUARTER LENGTHPORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRLIN BLUE DRESSOil on canvas

    75cm x 62cm |(29.75in x 24.25in)

    1,000-1,500 $1,600-2,400

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    33 FC340/2

    17TH CENTURY NORTHERNITALIAN SCHOOLTHE LAST SUPPERInscribed and dated 1620, oil on

    canvas, unframed

    116cm x 203cm (45.75in x 80in)

    1,000-1,500 $1,600-2,400

    34 FE35/1

    MANNER OF FRANCESCOALBANI (ITALIAN 1578-1660)MADONNA AND CHILDOil on panel

    22cm x 28cm (8.75in x 9.75in)

    500-700 $800-1,120

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    35 FC857/6

    18TH CENTURY ITALIANSCHOOLAN ITALIANATE LANDSCAPEWITH FIGURES BY A RAVINEOil on canvas

    114cm x 169cm (45.5in x 66.5in)

    Provenance:Carbeth Guthrie Estate.

    1,500-2,000 $2,400-3,200

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    37 FC969/4

    JOHANN EBERHARD IHLE(GERMAN 1727-1814)HALF LENGTH PORTRAIT OF AGENTLEMANSigned, inscribed and dated 1810

    verso, oil on canvas

    49cm x 41cm (19.5in x 16in)

    700-900 $1,120-1,440

    36 FC969/6

    FOLLOWER OF JEAN BAPTISTEGREUZE (FRENCH 1725-1805)STUDY OF A MILKMAIDFeigned oval , oil on canvas

    49cm x 38cm (19.25in x 15in)

    600-900 $960-1,440

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    38 FD495/1

    STUDIO OF THE LE NAINGRACE BEFORE MEATOil on canvas

    44.5cm x 51.5cm (17.5in x 21.25in)

    Note:This is one of a number of versions orcopies of which the best known is in theNational Gallery, London, no.3879, all ofwhich apparently derive from a lost orunknown original from the studio of theLe Nain brothers.

    Provenance:Acquired by Sir Francis Cook, 1st Bt.18-1901) in the second half of the 19thcentury. Thence by descent to Sir FrancisCook 4th Bt. (1907-78) and to his eldersister, mother of the present owner.

    Exhibited:London, Burlington Fine Arts Club,French Exhibition, 1910, Ill. Pl. 2

    Literature:Abridged Catalogue of the Pictures atDoughty House, Richmond (Belonging toSir Frederick Cook, Bt.) 1907 & 1914,page 7, no. 21 and hanging in theDining-Room (as by Le Nain)M.W.Brockwell (ed.Herbert Cook) ACatalogue of the Paintings at DoughtyHouse, Richmond and elsewhere in theCollection of Sir Frederick Cook Bt. Vol.111, 1915, p.54, No & Plate 435 andhanging in the First Gallery as MathieuLe Nain and entitled Grace before Meat.M.W. Brockwell, Abridged Catalogue ofthe Pictures at Doughty House,Richmond, in the Collection of SirHerbert Cook Bt. 1932, page 9, no.435and hanging in the First Gallery as by orafter Louis Le Nain.

    6,000-10,000$9,600-16,000

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    41 FD449/717TH CENTURY DUTCHSCHOOLFIGURE IN A KITCHENINTERIOROil on panel

    32cm x 41cm (12.5in x 16in)

    800-1,200 $1,260-1,920

    39 FD449/417TH CENTURY BOLOGNESESCHOOLOLD WOMAN WITH HEAD INHANDSOil on canvas

    44cm x 34cm (17.25in x 13.25in)

    1,500-2,500 $2,400-4,000

    40 FD449/6AFTER TITIANCHRIST BEFORE PILATEOil on copper

    12cm x 16cm (4.75in x 6.25in)

    700-900 $1,120-1,440

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    42 FD449/9HENRY ANDREWS(BRITISH 1794-1868)FTE CHAMPTRESigned and dated 1859, oil on

    canvas

    76cm x 127cm (30in x 50in)

    4,000-6,000 $6,400-9,600

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    43 FC778/12

    FRENCH SCHOOL C. 1700ARACHNE AND HERASSISTANTS CHALLENGINGTHE GODDESS ATHENA(MINERVA) DISGUISED AS ANOLD WOMAN TO A WEAVINGCOMPETITIONGouache and gold on paper

    19cm x 43cm (7.5in x 17in)

    and a companion by the same

    hand, a pair, Achilles amongst

    the daughters of Lycomedes. (2)

    2,000-3,000 $3,200-4,800

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    44 FC778/9

    FOLLOWER OF GIOVANNIAGOSTINO CASSANA(ITALIAN 1611-1670)RABBITS, DOVE AND A GUINEAPIG IN AN INTERIOROil on canvas

    48cm x 61cm (18.75in x 24in)

    3,000-5,000 $4,800-8,000

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  • 45 FC932/1ALLAN RAMSAY(SCOTTISH 1713-1784)PORTRAIT OF THOMASSHAIRP, 5TH LAIRD OFHOUSTON (D. 1772)Signed and dated 1750 bottom

    right, oil on canvas

    76.25cm x 63.5cm (30in x 25in)

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    Provenance:By family descent to John Shairp (d.1940); Doig, Wilson and Wheatley,Edinburgh; bt. Captain Pringle ofHouston; Ian G. Lindsay and thence bydescent

    15,000-20,000$24,000-32,000

    46-50No lots

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    A friend of Ramsays, Thomas

    Shairp, the Fifth Laird of Houston

    commissioned the artist to paint

    five portraits of himself and his

    family in 1750. Shairp, who had

    married his cousin Janet

    sometime before 1723, their son

    Thomas, daughter Janet and

    Thomas wife Anne were sent the

    portraits upon completion by

    Ramsay in his London studio later

    that year. His daughter Janets

    portrait now hangs in the

    collection of Aberdeen Art

    Gallery and his son Thomass in

    the Edinburgh City Art Centre.

    The two further portraits have

    found a home in private

    collections.

    Ramsay was arguably at the peak

    of his career by this period.

    Success followed swiftly upon

    setting up his London studio in

    1737 and by the 1750s he was

    well established as Britains

    foremost portrait painter. This

    portrait of Shairp effectively

    demonstrates the stylistic

    elements which set Ramsays

    work above that of his peers.

    Following French trends, Ramsay

    favoured more naturalistic and

    less artificial compositions. We

    know from his 1755 essay A

    Dialogue on Taste that the

    depiction of truth was crucial to

    his methodology. In Ramsays

    mind, beauty, grace and style

    were not attained via a formula or

    by following a list of conventions.

    Instead he viewed the artists role

    as the means by which beauty is

    conveyed naturalistically to the

    viewer through truth to the

    subject.1 This is the reason

    Ramsays portraits are always

    such fascinating and lively

    character studies, the sitter

    engaging with the viewer with a

    directness that was rare in British

    portraiture up to this point.

    Consequent to this, Ramsays

    most successful works were

    arguably portraits of people close

    to him; those of his second wife

    and his friend David Hume, for

    example. For that reason, that

    Shairp and Ramsay were known

    to one another makes this portrait

    all the more interesting to

    interpret as it is likely Ramsey

    would have achieved a close level

    of truthfulness to his subject.

    Indeed Alastair Smart, one of

    Ramsays chief scholars,

    described the Shairp family

    portrait series as being among

    Ramsays most sensitive things.2

    Here we see the artist represent a

    man of quiet authority. What

    immediately strikes the viewer is

    the elegant but markedly

    unostentatious choice of dress.

    Beyond his serious expression, he

    has a kindly, un-lined face that

    gives him a youthful appearance,

    despite the slight paunch and

    double chin which indicate a man

    who clearly lives well. Indeed, one

    can easily envisage how he would

    have looked as a younger man, a

    fact Ramsay interestingly seems

    to play on in his portrait of

    Shairps son, the 6th Laird of

    Houston, whose resemblance the

    artist accentuates with a pose

    that exactly mirrors his fathers

    (see illustration below).

    1 p. 102, Scottish Art: 1460-1990, byDuncan MacMillan, MainstreamPublishing, 19902 p. 57, The Life and Art of Allan Ramsay,by Alistair Smart, 1952

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    representations or statements by us as toauthorship, genuineness, origin, date, age,provenance, condition or estimated sellingprice involve matters of opinion. Weundertake that any such opinion shall behonestly and reasonably held and acceptliability for opinions given negligently orfraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neitherwe the auctioneer or our employees oragents or the seller accept liability for thecorrectness of such opinions and allconditions and warranties, whether relatingto description, condition or quality of lots,express, implied or statutory, are herebyexcluded. This Condition is subject to thenext following Condition concerningdeliberate forgeries and applies save asprovided for in paragraph 6 information tobuyers.

    (2) Private treaty sales made under theseConditions are deemed to be sales byauction for purposes of consumerlegislation.

    16. FORGERIES

    Notwithstanding the preceding Condition,any Lot which proves to be a deliberateforgery (as defined) may be returned to usby you within 21 days of the auctionprovided it is in the same condition as whenbought, and is accompanied by particularsidentifying it from the relevant cataloguedescription and a written statement ofdefects. If we are satisfied from theevidence presented that the lot is adeliberate forgery we shall refund themoney paid by you for the lot including anybuyers premium provided that (1) if thecatalogue description reflected the acceptedview of scholars and experts as at the dateof sale or (2) you personally are not able totransfer a good and marketable title to us,you shall have no rights under thiscondition.

    The right of return provided by thisCondition is additional to any right orremedy provided by law or by theseConditions of Sale.

    GENERAL

    17. We shall have the right at our discretion,to refuse admission to our premises orattendance at our auctions by any person.

    18 (1) Any right to compensation for lossesliabilities and expenses incurred in respectof and as a result of any breach of theseConditions and any exclusions provided bythem shall be available to the seller and/orthe auctioneer as appropriate.

    (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extendto and be deemed to be for the benefit ofemployees and agents of the seller and/orthe auctioneer who may themselves enforcethem.

    19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder orviewer may be given by first class mail inwhich case it shall be deemed to have beenreceived by the addressee 48 hours afterposting.

    20. Special terms may be used in cataloguedescriptions of particular classes of items(Books, Jewellery, paintings, guns, firearmsetc) in which case the descriptions must beinterpreted in accordance with any glossaryor guidance notes appearing in thecatalogue. These notices and terms will alsoform part of our terms and conditions ofsales.

    21. Any indulgence extended to biddersbuyers or sellers by us notwithstanding thestrict terms of these Conditions or of theTerms of Consignment shall affect theposition at the relevant time only and inrespect of that particular concession only;in all other respects these Conditions shallbe construed as having full force and effect.

    22. Scottish law applies to theinterpretation of these Conditions.

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  • Fine PaintingsThursday, 29th November, 201233 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

    www.lyonandturnbull .com

    WILLEM KOEKKOEK(DUTCH 1839-1895)VIEW OF AMSTERDAMIN WINTERSigned, oil on canvas

    86.5cm x 123cm (34in x 48.5in)

    Viewing timesSunday, 25th November, 2pm - 5pmMonday, 26th November, 10am - 5pmTuesday, 27th November, 10am - 5pmWednesday, 28th November, 10am - 5pmMorning of Sale by appointment only

    EnquiriesNick CurnowTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844nick.curnow@lyonandturnbull.com

    Charlotte RiordanTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844charlotte.riordan@lyonandturnbull.com

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  • Upcoming atFreemans

    Fine American & English Paintings& Sculpture 12/02/12

    FREEMANS

    1808 Chestnut Street

    Philadelphia, PA 19103

    Telephone: 215.563.9275

    Fax: 215.563.8236

    www.freemansauction.com

    RAIMUNDO DE MADRAZO Y GARRETA(spanish 1841-1920)SANTA MARIA DELLA PACE, ROMASigned 'R. Madrazo, oil on canvas23 1/4 x 39 3/8 in. (59.1 x 100cm)

    $30,000-50,000 (18,750-31,250)

    Inquiries:alasdair nicholdirect tel: 267.414.1211anichol@freemansauction.com

    david weissdirect tel: 267.414.1214dweiss@freemansauction.com

    maya odonnell-shahdirect tel: 267.414.1210mshah@freemansauction.com

    Catalogue $35

    AuctionSunday, December 2nd at 2pm

    ExhibitionsWednesday, November 28thThursday, November 29thFriday, November 30thSaturday, December 1st

    Please contact the departmentor www.freemansauction.comfor further details

    www.freemansauction.comto preview, bid or consign visit us at

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  • TheInternationalSaleOld MasterPaintings,Drawings&Prints

    Session Two

    Thursday, October 11th, 2012

    at 11am

    Freemans

    1808 Chestnut Street

    Philadelphia PA 19103

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  • Important Information for Buyers at Freemans

    Registration

    Buyers Premium

    Sales Tax

    Catalogue Descriptions

    Bidding

    Payment

    Removal of Purchases

    Shipping and Packing

    All potential buyers must register for the sale prior to placing a bid.Registration information may be submitted in person at our receptiondesk, by fax or through our website at www.freemansauction.com.We will require proof of identification and residence and may requirea credit card and/or a bank reference. By registering for the sale, thebuyer acknowledges that he or she has read, understood andaccepted Freemans Terms and Conditions of Sale.

    A Buyers Premium will be added to the successful bid price and ispayable by the buyer as part of the total purchase price. The BuyersPremium shall be: 25% on the first $50,000 of the hammer price ofeach lot, 20% on the portion from $50,001 through $1,000,000, and12% thereafter.

    All items in the catalogue are subject to the 8% Pennsylvania andPhiladelphia sales tax. Dealers purchasing for resale must registertheir tax numbers on current PA forms. Forms should be submitted toour Client Services office on the second floor.

    All item descriptions, dimensions and estimates are provided forguidance only. It is the buyers responsibility to inspect all lots prior tobidding to ensure that the condition is to their satisfaction. If potentialbuyers are unable to inspect lots in person, our specialists will behappy to prepare detailed Condition Reports on individual lots asquickly as possible. These are for guidance only, and all lots will besold as is as per our Terms and Conditions of Sale.

    At the sale Registered bidders will be assigned a bidder number andgiven a paddle for use at the sale. Once the first bid has been placed,the auctioneer asks for higher bids in increments determined by theauctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until theauctioneer acknowledges you. The auctioneer will not mistake arandom gesture for a bid.By phone A limited number of telephone lines are available forbidding by phone through a Freemans representative. Phone linesmust be reserved in advance. Requests must be submitted no laterthan 24 hours prior to the scheduled start of the sale.In writing Bid forms are available in the sale room and at the back ofthe catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by mail or by faxno later than one hour prior to the scheduled start of the sale. Theauctioneer will bid on your behalf up to the limit indicated, but is notresponsible for errors or failure to execute bids.On the internet A fully-illustrated catalogue is available on-line atwww.freemansauction.com. Registered bidders may leave absenteebids through the web site and will receive email confirmation of theirbid. Freemans is not responsible for errors or failure to execute bids.

    Lots purchased will not be released until we have received fullpayment. Payment may be made in cash, by check, money order, ordebit card. Payments by check must clear the bank before goods willbe released.

    Deliveries will not be made during the time of the sale unlessotherwise indicated by the auctioneer. All items must be paid for andremoved within ten (10) working days of the sale. Purchases not soremoved may be turned over to a licensed warehouse at the expenseand risk of the purchaser.

    Responsibility for packing, shipping and insurance shall be exclusivelythat of the purchaser. Upon request, Freemans will provide thepurchaser with names of professional packers and shippers known tous.

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  • 52ALBRECHT DRER(GERMAN 1471-1528)

    PHILIP MELANCHTHON1526, engraving

    6 15/16 x 5 1/8 in. (17.6 x 13cm)

    [Bartsch 105]

    Provenance:An Estate, New Jersey.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

    53ALBRECHT DRER(GERMAN 1471-1528)

    SAINT SIMON1523, engraving

    4 9/16 x 2 15/16 in. (11.6 x 7.5cm)

    [Bartsch 49]

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

    51ALBRECHT DRER(GERMAN 1471-1528)

    FOUR NAKEDWOMEN1497, engraving

    7 1/2 x 5 3/16 in. (19.4 x 13.2cm)

    [Bartsch 75]

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    Old Master Printslots 51-61

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  • 54ALBRECHT DRER(GERMAN 1471-1528)

    THE VIRGIN AND CHILDSEATED BY THE WALL1514, engraving

    5 7/8 x 4 in. (14.9 x 10.1cm)

    [Bartsch 40]

    Provenance:According to hand written notationsverso, ex-collections:P. Benham, 1602.J. Maberly.M. J. Perry.St. John Dent.An Estate, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

    $10,000-15,000 6,250-9,375

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  • 56REMBRANDT VAN RIJN(DUTCH 1606-1669)

    DIANA AT THE BATHCirca 1631, etching

    7 1/8 x 6 7/16 in. (18.1 x 16.4cm)

    [Bartsch 201; Hollstein (White

    and Boon) 201]

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $4,000-6,000 2,500-3,750

    55REMBRANDT VAN RIJN(DUTCH 16061669)

    SAINT JEROME IN A DARKCHAMBER1642, etching and drypoint,

    unframed

    5 15/16 x 6 7/8 in. (15.1 x 17.5cm)

    [Bartsch 105; Hollstein (White

    and Boon) 105]

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 57REMBRANDT VAN RIJN(DUTCH 1606-1669)

    THE PRESENTATION IN THETABLE: OBLONG PRINT1640, etching

    8 1/2 x 11 1/2 in. (21.5 x 29.2cm)

    [Bartsch 49; Hollstein (White

    and Boon) 49]

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

    58JEAN FRANOIS MILLET(FRENCH 1814-1875)

    LES GLANEUSES1855-1856, etching on Japan

    paper

    7 1/2 x 10 in. (19.4 x 25.4cm)

    [Delteil 12; Melot 12]

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $2,500-3,500 1,560-2,200

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    59JEAN FRANOIS MILLET(FRENCH 1814-1875)

    LE DEPART POUR LE TRAVAIL1863, etching laid to card

    15 1/4 x 12 3/16 in. (38.7 x 31cm)

    [Delteil 19; Melot 19]

    Provenance:Private Collection, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania.

    $1,500-2,500 940-1,560

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  • 60FIVE PRINTS

    FRANCISCO DE GOYA(SPANISH 1746-1828)

    SUBIR Y BAJARPLATE 56 FROM LOS CAPRICHOS

    1799, etching and aquatint

    8 3/8 x 5 3/4 in. (21.3 x 14.6cm)

    [Delteil 93; Harris 91]

    and

    QUIEN LO CREYERA!PLATE 62 FROM LOS CAPRICHOS

    Circa 1978, etching and aquatint

    7 15/16 x 4 15/16 in. (20.2 x 12.5cm)

    [Delteil 99; Harris 97]

    and

    BUEN VIAGEPLATE 64 FROM LOS CAPRICHOS

    1797-1798, etching and aquatint

    8 1/2 x 5 15/16 in. (21.6 x 15.1cm)

    [Delteil 101; Harris 99]

    and

    LO MERECIAPLATE 29 FROM DESASTRES

    Circa 1862-1863, etching and

    aquatint

    6 7/8 x 8 1/2 in. (17.5 x 21.6cm)

    [Delteil 148; Harris 149]

    and

    TAN BRBARA LA SEGURIDADCOMO EL DELITO (THE LITTLEPRISONER)Circa 1820, etching and

    engraving, published by Gazette

    des Beaux Arts

    4 15/16 x 3 3/8 in. (12.5 x 8.6cm)

    [Delteil 31; Harris 26]

    (5)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania.

    $1,200-1,800 750-1,125

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  • 61RICHARD EARLOM(BRITISH 1743-1822)

    12 MEZZOTINTS PRINTED IN SEPIAFROM LIBER VERITATIS

    AFTER CLAUDE LORRAIN(FRENCH 1777-1819)

    Published by John Boydell, London, 1777-1819, numbers 4, 132, (?), 33, 134, (?), 41, 197, 16, and 38

    8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. (21.6 x 26.7cm) (each approx.)

    (12)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $1,000-2,000 625-1,250

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  • 63JEAN BAPTISTE HENRIDESHAYS(FRENCH 1729-1765)

    HEAD OF A MANSigned J.B.D. lower left, black

    and white chalk on blue-gray

    paper

    16 1/2 x 12 1/2 in. (41.9 x 31.8cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    62FRENCH SCHOOL(LATE 17TH CENTURY)

    VIEW OF A WALLED TOWNInscribed Colis Inferni, sepia

    chalk on paper

    6 7/8 x 9 5/8 in. (17.5 x 24.4cm)

    Provenance:Christies New York, sale of January 10,1996, lot 211.Private Collection, New Jersey.

    Note:Colis Inferni, or Hill of Hell refers to ahill close to the city walls of Assisi.

    $500-700 310-440

    Old Master Drawingslots 62-113

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  • 65FRENCH SCHOOL(18TH CENTURY)

    STUDY OF AWOMAN SEENFROM BEHINDwith

    STUDY OF LEFT HANDverso, charcoal and white chalk

    on blue-gray paper

    10 3/4 x 7 in. (27.3 x 17.8cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Donald Brenwasser,New Jersey..

    $600-800 375-500

    66FRENCH SCHOOL(18TH CENTURY)

    PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN,THREE-QUARTER LENGTHCharcoal heightened with white

    chalk on brown paper

    10 1/8 x 7 1/2 in. (25.7 x 19.1cm)

    (image)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $500-700 310-440

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    64ATTRIBUTED TO EDMEBOUCHARDON(FRENCH 1698-1762)

    STUDY OF HANDSCharcoal heightened with white

    chalk on tan paper

    14 1/4 x 10 in. (36.2 x 25.4cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Donald Brenwasser,New Jersey.

    $500-700 310-440

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  • 67FRENCH SCHOOL(CIRCA 1800)

    STUDY OF FIVE STATESMENCharcoal and white chalk on

    blue-gray paper

    11 1/8 x 16 1/2 in. (28.3 x 42cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    69CHARLES ESCHARD(FRENCH 1748-1810)

    DRAPED FIGURESigned Eckard del lower left,

    brown and white chalks on tan

    paper

    18 3/16 x 10 3/4 in. (46.2 x 27.3cm)

    Provenance:Richard Brassner, New York, New York.Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $500-700 310-440

    68CIRCLE OF JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE(FRENCH 1725-1805)

    STUDY OF A HEAD OF A YOUNGWOMANred chalk on paper, unframed

    14 5/8 x 11 3/8 in. (37.1 x 28.9cm)

    together with

    FRENCH SCHOOL(18TH CENTURY)

    YOUNG WOMAN SMELLING FLOWERRed and white chalk on paper, unframed

    13 7/8 x 11 1/8 in. (35.2 x 28.2cm)

    (2)

    Provenance:Private Collection, California.Acquired from the above by the present owner.Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 71NORTHERN ITALIAN SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    LOT AND HIS DAUGHTERSPen and brown ink heightened

    with red pastel on paper

    3 15/16 x 5 13/16 in. (10 x 14.8cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Donald Brenwasser,New Jersey.

    $600-800 375-500

    72ATTRIBUTED TO DANIELE CRESPI(ITALIAN 1598-1630)

    STUDY OF A MAN SEEN FROMBEHINDInscribed verso, charcoal and white

    chalk on blue-green paper

    11 3/8 x 7 1/2 in. (28.9 x 19.4cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Donald Brenwasser,New Jersey.

    $600-800 375-500

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    70FRENCH SCHOOL(18TH CENTURY)

    TWO YOUNGWOMENSanguine chalk on paper

    13 1/2 x 10 1/8 in. (34.3 x 25.7cm)

    Provenance:Property of an English Gentleman.

    $700-900 440-563

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  • 74ATTRIBUTED TO ANTONIOCRESPI(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1704-1781)

    THE ANNUNCIATIONInscribed Disegno fatto dal

    Antonio Crespi / per M. R. verso,

    pen and brown ink and gray wash

    on paper

    10 7/8 x 8 1/16 in. (27.6 x 20.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $700-1,000 440-625

    75CIRCLE OF GIOVANNIBATTISTA GAULLI(ITALIAN 1639-1709)

    FIGURES IN THE TEMPLEPen and brown ink with blue

    wash on paper

    9 1/8 x 5 1/4 in. (23.2 x 13.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    73NORTHERN ITALIAN SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    SAINT IN ECSTASYSepia ink and washes heightened

    with white on paper

    10 1/2 x 7 7/16 in. (26.7 x 18.9cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $600-800 375-500

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  • 78ATTRIBUTED TO CORRADOGIAQUINTO(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1703-1765)

    KNEELING MALE WITH BOUNDHANDSInscribed in pencil, 6 lower left

    and lower right, charcoal and

    white chalk on blue-gray paper

    15 5/8 x 10 3/4 in. (39.7 x 27.3cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Donald Brenwasser,New Jersey.

    $600-800 375-500

    76SIENNESE SCHOOL(16TH CENTURY)

    ASSUMPTION OF THE VIRGINPen and brown ink and washes on

    paper

    11 7/16 x 7 7/8 in. (29.1 x 20cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

    77ATTRIBUTED TOMATTEOROSSELLI(ITALIAN 1578-1650)

    STRIDING MANRed chalk on paper

    12 1/2 x 11 in. (31.8 x 27.9cm)

    Provenance:Ex-collection, Sir Robert Mond, London.Private Collection, New Jersey.

    Literature:Tancred Borenius and Rudolf Wittkower,Catalogue of the Collection of Old MasterDrawings Formed by Sir Robert Mond,London, 1937.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 79ATTRIBUTED TO GIOVANNIDOMENICO TIEPOLO(ITALIAN 1727-1804)

    CHERUBS, ANGEL AND MALEALLEGORICAL FIGURESBrown ink and gray washes on

    paper, oval

    10 3/8 x 13 7/8 in. (26.4 x 35.2cm)

    Provenance:Richard Brassner, New York, New York.Private Collection, New Jersey.

    Note:The present lot is a possible study for aceiling fresco.

    $800-1,200 500-750

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    80BOLOGNESE SCHOOL(16TH-17TH CENTURY)

    INFANT SLEEPINGRed chalk on paper

    8 x 5 7/16 in. (20.3 x 13.8cm)

    Provenance:According to inscription on overmat, ex-collection, Beaxxxmore, United Kingdom,as by Domenichine (sic).Private Collection, New York.

    $700-1,000 440-625

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  • 82DUTCH SCHOOL(CIRCA 1800)

    PEASANT WOMAN WITHBUNDLE VIEWED FROMBEHIND, CHURCH IN DISTANCECharcoal and white chalk on tan

    paper

    15 15/16 x 12 15/16 in. (40.5 x 32.9cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $500-700 310-440

    83GERMAN SCHOOL(EARLY 19TH CENTURY)

    FAMILY IN INTERIORInscribed verso, Erzerzog Franz

    Karl und Erzherzogin Sophie mit

    Kaiser Franz Joseph Lschenkohl,

    watercolor on paper

    15 3/8 x 12 1/2 in. (39.1 x 31.8cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $400-600 250-375

    81JOHANN BAPTISTENZESBERGER(GERMAN 1733-1773)

    PERSONIFICATION OF THELIBERAL ARTSSigned Jo. Pab. Enzensberger

    (sic) lower right, pen and black

    ink with watercolor on blue-gray

    paper

    4 3/8 x 3 1/4 in. (11.1 x 8.3cm)

    Provenance:Private American Collection.

    $300-500 188-310

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  • 84ATTRIBUTED TO JAN FRANS VAN BLOEMEN, LORIZZONTE(FLEMISH 1662-1749)

    ITALIANATE LANDSCAPE WITH STONE BRIDGEIndistinctly inscribed, stamped in red, lower right and inscribed Jan van

    Blomen (sic) on the mount, gray ink and washes on paper

    10 3/8 x 15 7/8 in. (26.4 x 40.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $500-700 310-440

    85PIETER AERTSEN(DUTCH 1507-1575)

    MARY MAGDALENEPen and black ink and gray washes on paper

    9 x 3 9/16 (22.9 x 9cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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    86NORTHERN EUROPEAN SCHOOL(16TH-17TH CENTURY)

    PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMANInscribed Rij lower left and lower

    right, colored chalks on tan paper,

    unframed

    7 x 4 3/8 in. (17.8 x 11.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Maryland.

    $800-1,200 500-750

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  • 89ATTRIBUTED TO LIEVIN CRUYL(FLEMISH BORN CIRCA 1640-DIED

    CIRCA 1720)

    HORSE AND CARRIAGE WITHMOUNTED HORSEMEN IN THEPLATZPen and brown ink with gray

    washes on paper

    11 3/4 x 17 5/8 in. (29.8 x 44.8cm)

    Provenance:The Collection of Bernard Madoff.Private Collection, New York.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    87CIRCLE OFWILLEM VAN DEVELDE THE YOUNGER(DUTCH 1633-1707)

    MERCHANTMEN AT SEAPen and gray ink, wash and

    watercolor on paper

    10 3/8 x 7 3/16 in. (26.4 x 18.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $600-800 375-500

    88JACQUES DE GHEYN II(DUTCH 1565-1629)

    MARY MAGDALENE IN THEWILDERNESSPen and brown ink on paper

    7 5/8 x 9 13/16 in. ( 19.4 x 24.9cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 90JOHN DOWNMAN(BRITISH 1750-1824)

    CAPTAIN THE HONOURABLE W. WALDERGRAVESigned with initials and dated J D / 1780 center right; also

    inscribed extensively on (partial) paper backing verso,

    charcoal, colored chalk and watercolor on paper, oval

    8 1/4 x 6 3/4 in. (21 x 17.1cm) (image)

    Provenance:Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $600-800 375-500

    91ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARDEARLOM(BRITISH 1743-1822)

    STUDY OF LEFT ARMInscribed verso, charcoal and

    white chalk on paper, unframed

    16 7/8 x 19 5/8 in. (42.9 x 49.8cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Donald Brenwasser,New Jersey.

    $400-600 250-375

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    92JOHAN BARTHOLD JONGKIND(DUTCH 1819-1891)

    STREET SCENEPencil signed and dated Jongkind

    1883 along bottom, pencil on

    paper

    5 13/16 x 4 7/8 in. (14.8 x 12.4cm)

    Provenance:Rex Evans Gallery, Los Angeles,California.Private Collection, New Jersey.Ex-Canfield Collection at the F.A.R.Gallery, New York, New York.Todd Brassner, New York, New York.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 94JOHN CONSTABLE(BRITISH 1776-1837)

    CARTING TIMBERIndistinctly inscribed in pencil verso, pencil

    and wash on paper

    4 1/2 x 7 1/8 in. (11.4x 18.1cm)

    Provenance:James Urrock.Lord Leverhulme.Anderson Gallery, New York, February 17, 1926, lot 40.The Collection of Mr. H. A. C. Gregory.Sothebys London, sale of July 20, 1949, lot 100.W and A. Ames (L. 2602a).Christies London, sale of November 28, 2000, lot 122.Private Collection, New Jersey.

    Exhibited:An Exhibition of Sketches & Drawings by JohnConstable, from the Collection of Dr. H. A. C. Gregory,M.C., The Arts Council of Great Britain, 1949, cat. no.51(iii).

    Literature:G. Reynolds, The Early Paintings and Drawings of JohnConstable, New Haven and London, 1996, p. 252, no.32.38A, pl. 1436 (illus.)

    Note:For a related example by Constable please see MenLoading Cart in The British Museum, London.

    $8,000-12,000 5,000-7,500

    93JACQUES VILLON(FRENCH 1875-1963)

    STUDY FOR A SEATED WOMANWITH CHAPEAUSigned and dated Jacques Villon

    / 04 in ink, center right, pencil

    on paper

    16 1/8 x 9 7/8 in. (41 x 25.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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    95FOLLOWER OF DANTEGABRIEL ROSSETTI(BRITISH 1828-1882)

    SAINT CECILIAWatercolor en brunaille on paper

    laid to canvas

    9 5/8 x 12 7/8 in. (24.4 x 32.7cm)

    Provenance:Property from the Jessie Ball DupontTrust.

    $500-700 310-440

    96THREE EUROPEAN DRAWINGS

    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    LAMB GRAZINGCharcoal and white chalk on tan paper

    6 7/8 x 8 3/4 in. (17.5 x 22.2cm)

    and

    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    SEATED COW

    Signed with indecipherable monogram

    upper left and lower left, charcoal on tan

    paper

    5 3/16 x 8 5/8 in. (13.2 x 21.9cm)

    and

    THOMAS ROWLANDSON(BRITISH 1756-1827)

    PULLING ON HIS BOOTSPencil on paper

    7 3/8 x 4 7/8 in. (18.7 x 12.4cm)

    (3)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $600-800 375-500

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  • 97FOUR GERMAN DRAWINGS

    GERMAN SCHOOL(18TH/19TH CENTURY)

    TWO SHEEPPencil on paper

    2 15/16 x 5 1/16 in. (7.5 x 12.9cm)

    and

    GERMAN SCHOOL(18TH/19TH CENTURY)

    TWO SHEEPPen and black ink with charcoal and red chalk on tan paper

    3 7/8 x 4 13/16 in. (9.8 x 12.2cm)

    and

    ATTRIBUTED TO PHILIPP PETER ROOS(GERMAN 1657-1706)

    SHEEPInscribed M (?) Roos. fecit on backing sheet, charcoal on paper

    2 5/16 x 3 1/16 in. (5.9 x 7.8cm)

    three framed together

    Provenance:The latter, according to hand-written notation, ex-collection Wagenbaur.Private Collection, Virginia.

    together withSEBASTIAN HABENSCHADEN(GERMAN 1813-1868)

    DONKEYS AT PLAYSigned with initials S.H. lower right, pencil on tan paper

    4 11/16 x 5 1/4 in. (11.9 x 13.3cm)

    (4)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $700-900 440-563

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    98THREE DRAWINGS

    ROSA BONHEUR(FRENCH 1822-1899)

    STUDY OF CHICKENSPencil on paper

    5 15/16 x 9 1/8 in. (15.1 x 23.2cm)

    and

    STUDY OF LAMBPencil on paper, with handwritten

    receipt, signed by Rosa Bonheur

    and dated 1866 from Mssrs. E.

    Gambart & Co.

    5 7/8 x 9 1/8 in. (14.9 x 23.2cm)

    two framed together

    Provenance:E. Gambart & Co., London.Private Collection, Virginia.

    together with

    HARBOR STUDYPencil on paper, with Rosa

    Bonheur stamp, now detached,

    on separate sheet below drawing

    4 1/16 x 8 9/16 in. (10.3 x 21.7cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    (3)

    $700-900 440-563

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    (one of three illustrated)

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  • 100ROSA BONHEUR(FRENCH 1822-1899)

    DOG STUDIESWith stamped signature lower

    right, charcoal on paper

    8 3/4 x 11 1/2 in. ( 22.2 x 29.2cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

    101ROSA BONHEUR(FRENCH 1822-1899)

    TWO HORSESWith stamped signature lower

    right and ROSA BONHEUR

    VENTE 1900 red wax seal on

    backing verso, pencil heightened

    with white chalk on blue-gray

    paper

    9 1/8 x 12 in. (23.2 x 30.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

    99FOUR PENCIL STUDIES

    ROSA BONHEUR(FRENCH 1822-1899)

    ARCHITECTURAL LIONORNAMENTS; MANTLEPIECEFLANKED BY FIGURES; GROUPOF HORSES FACING RIGHTWITH RIDER; and HORSES ANDRIDERS FACING LEFTThree on paper, one on card,

    framed together with stamped

    signature (detached)

    4 3/4 x 7 in. (12.1 x 17.8cm) (largest)

    (4)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

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  • 102ROSA BONHEUR(FRENCH 1822-1899)

    SHEEP AT RESTSigned Rosa Bonheur lower right,

    charcoal on tan paper

    13 3/4 x 18 1/4 in. ( 34.9 x 46.4cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    103ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINECHARLES HORACE VERNET(FRENCH 1758-1836)

    STUDY OF A HORSECharcoal with traces of pastel on

    paper

    16 3/8 x 9 3/4 in. (41.6 x 24.8cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $300-500 188-310

    104THREE DRAWINGS

    ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINECHARLES HORACE VERNET(FRENCH 1758-1836)

    GALLOPING HORSEPencil on paper

    6 x 9 1/4 in. (15.2 x 23.5cm)

    and

    STUDY OF A HORSES HEADCharcoal on paper

    10 1/4 x 7 1/4 in. (26 x 18.4cm)

    and

    MATERNAL CARESPencil on paper

    7 1/4 x 5 3/8 in. (18.4 x 13.7cm)

    (3)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $800-1,200 500-750

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  • 106ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINECHARLES HORACE VERNET(FRENCH 1758-1836)

    STUDY OF A HUNTSMANWITH HORNPencil on cream paper

    12 7/8 x 8 7/8 in. (32.7 x 22.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

    107ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINECHARLES HORACE VERNET(FRENCH 1758-1836)

    FRIGHTENED STALLIONSSepia ink and wash over pencil on

    paper

    13 x 20 in. (33 x 50.8cm) (sheet)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $700-1,000 440-625

    105ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINECHARLES HORACE VERNET(FRENCH 1758-1836)

    HORSE AND GROOMA double-sided drawing, charcoal

    and red chalk on paper with

    STUDY OF MOUNTEDHORSEMANverso, charcoal on paper

    8 1/4 x 10 7/8 in. (21 x 27.6cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

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  • 108THREE DRAWINGS

    CHARLES EMILE JACQUE(FRENCH 1813-1894)

    STUDY OF HORSE WITH MULE PACKWith artists stamp lower left, pencil on

    paper

    5 5/16 x 5 5/8 in. (13.5 x 14.3cm)

    and

    TWO HORSES WATERING AT TROUGHSigned ch jacques lower left, pencil on paper

    3 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. (8.3 x 10.7cm)

    and

    STUDY OF TWO HORSESWith artists stamp lower left, charcoal on

    paper

    5 1/2 x 6 5/16 in. (14 x 41.4cm)

    Framed together

    (3)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

    109ALFRED DE DREUX(FRENCH 1810-1860)

    WOMAN ON HORSEBACKSigned Alfred D. D. lower right,

    pencil on paper

    10 1/2 x 7 7/8 in. (26.7 x 20cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $500-700 310-440

    110ALFRED DE DREUX(FRENCH 1810-1860)

    AT FULL GALLOPSigned A D dreux lower right, pencil

    and watercolor on tan paper

    6 9/16 x 9 1/8 in. (16.7 x 23.2cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $600-800 375-500

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  • 111CIRCLE OF THODOREGRICAULT(FRENCH 1791-1824)

    REARING HORSE AND RIDERPencil inscribed N213 lower

    right, pen and brown ink on paper

    7 11/16 x 8 1/4 in. (19.5 x 21cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $700-1,000 440-625

    112EUGNE DELACROIX(FRENCH 1798-1863)

    STUDIES OF HORSES,ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTSAND RAM HEADSWith stamped signature, lower

    center right, pencil on paper

    7 1/2 x 10 1/8 in. (19.1 x 25.7cm)

    (sheet)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    113FRITZ VON UHDE(GERMAN 1848-1911)

    BILDNISSTUDIESigned F. v. Uhde upper right, charcoal

    and white chalk on pale red paper

    12 3/4 x 9 7/16 in. (32.4 x 24cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    Literature:Hans Rosenhagen, Uhde: Des Meisters Gemlde,Stuttgart and Leipzig, 1908, p. XXXV (illus.)

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 114MANNER OF QUENTIN METSYS(MASSYS) THE ELDER(FLEMISH 1466-1530)

    LAMENTATION OF CHRISTOil on cradled panel

    35 3/8 x 31 1/8 in. (89.9 x 79.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Maryland.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    115FOLLOWER OF SIR PETER PAULRUBENS(FLEMISH 1577-1640)

    THE FALL OF MAN WITH ASURROUND OF SEVEN GREEKGODSOil on canvas

    32 x 25 in. (81.3 x 63.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $6,000-8,000 3,750-5,000

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  • 117ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESCODI SIMONE DA SANTACROCE(ITALIAN 1440-1508)

    THE MADONNA AND CHILDWITH THE INFANT SAINTJOHN THE BAPTISTOil on cradled panel

    14 1/4 x 12 in. (36.2 x 30.5cm)

    Provenance:Hattie Klapp Brunner, Reinholds,Pennsylvania.The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    Note:For a related example, please seeMadonna and Child with Saint John,Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge,Massachusetts, which was originallyattributed to Francesco Rizzo daSantocroce, but later assigned toFrancesco di Simone da Santocroce.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    116CIRCLE OF GIAOCCHINO LA PIRA(ITALIAN 1839-1870)

    BAY OF NAPLES WITH VESUVIUS ERUPTING BEYONDThree gouaches on paper

    14 1/4 x 21 5/8 in. (36.2 x 54.9cm) (largest)

    (3)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    $1,200-1,800 750-1,125

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  • 118MANNER OF GIOVANNI DI PAOLO(ITALIAN ACTIVE CIRCA 1420-1482)

    A TRIPTYCH: THE CENTRAL PANEL, VIRGIN AND CHILD WITHGOD THE FATHER ABOVE, CENTERED BY THE VIRGINANNUNCIATE; THE LEFT PANEL, SAINT PETER; THE RIGHT PANEL,SAINT PAULTempera on panel with gold ground

    25 1/4 x 14 in. (64.1 x 35.6cm) (center panel)

    27 7/8 x 8 1/8 in. (70.8 x 20.6cm) (left panel)

    27 7/8 x 7 5/8 in. (70.8 x 19.4cm) (right panel)

    27 7/8 x 32 13/16 in. (70.8 x 83.3cm) (overall, including space created betweenpanels with later hardware)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

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  • 119MANNER OF MATTEO DI GIOVANNI DI BARTOLO, CALLEDMATTEO DA SIENA(ITALIAN 1430-1495)

    A TRIPTYCH: THE CENTRAL PANEL, VIRGIN AND CHILD WITHSAINTS; THE LEFT PANEL, POSSIBLY THE ARCHANGEL MICHAEL;THE RIGHT PANEL, AN APOSTLETempera on panel with gold ground

    19 3/4 x 13 7/8 in. (50.2 x 35.2cm) (center panel)

    20 x 6 7/8 in. (50.8 x 17.5cm) (left panel)

    19 3/4 x 6 3/4 in. (50.2 x 17.1cm) (right panel)

    20 x 27 5/8 in. (50.8 x 70.2cm) (overall)

    Provenance:Collection of Irving Francis Impink, one of the original founders of the ReadingMuseum.Thence by descent in the family.Private Collection, Lancaster, PA.

    Note:A variation by Di Giovanni is in the Pinacoteca Nazionale, Sienna.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 120AFTER FRA ANGELICO(ITALIAN 1395-1455)

    ANGEL MUSICIANTempera on panel with gold

    ground in a shaped architectural

    frame

    27 1/8 x 11 7/8 in. (68.9 x 30.2cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    121FOLLOWER OF ANDREASCHIAVONE(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1500-1563)

    DIANA AND ACTEONOil on cradled panel

    7 x 16 1/8 in. (17.8 x 41cm)

    Provenance:Christies New York, Sale of November 3,1999, lot 125.Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $500-700 310-440

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  • 123FOLLOWER OF HANSBROSAMER(GERMAN 1500-1554)

    PORTRAIT OF WOLFFFUERLEGER, THREE-QUARTERLENGTHInscribed WOLFF FVERLEGER

    CVNTERFET ANNO 1527 / AD.

    15. LIVIO SEINES ALTERS. IM. 32.

    IAR. top edge, oil on panel

    18 x 13 1/8 in. (45.7 x 33.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    Related Literature:I. Kunze, Der Meister HB mit demGreikenkopf - ein Beitrag zur BrosamerForschung, in Zeitschrift des DeutschenVereins fr Kunstwissenschaft, vol. 8,Berlin, 1941, p. 233 for an autographversion of the present lot.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    122MANNER OF CORNEILLE DELYON(FLEMISH BORN CIRCA 1505-1574)

    PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMANWEARING A BLACK CAPOil on cradled panel

    17 3/8 x 13 in. (44.1 x 33cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Francois Bucher.

    Note:This lot will be sold to benefit the CollinsCenter for Public Policy, Florida.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 124HISPANO FLEMISH SCHOOL(16TH CENTURY)

    CRUCIFIXIONOil on panel

    13 1/8 x 10 1/8 in. (33.3 x 25.7cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Francois Bucher.

    Note:This lot will be sold to benefit the CollinsCenter for Public Policy, Florida.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    125NETHERLANDISH SCHOOL(16TH CENTURY)

    SAINT JEROME and ALLEGORYOF THE HARVESTPair oils on panel

    21 3/4 x 10 1/2 in. (55.2 x 26.7cm)

    22 x 10 in. (55.9 x 25.4cm)

    (2)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $2,500-3,500 1,560-2,200

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  • 127CIRCLE OF THOMAS HUDSON(BRITISH 1701-1779)

    PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN,THREE-QUARTER LENGTH IN ABROWN VELVET COAT ANDGOLD TRIMWAISTCOATOil on canvas

    38 3/4 in. x 28 1/4 in. (98.4 x 71.8cm)

    (sight)

    Provenance:Samuel T. Freeman & Co., sale of April18, 1950, lot 285.An Estate, Washington, D.C.

    $2,000-3,000 940-1,560

    126CIRCLE OF GEORGE KNAPTON(BRITISH 1698-1778)

    THREE ELEGANT CHILDRENOil on canvas, with (partial)

    unidentifiable London stretcher

    label

    44 1/2 x 33 1/2 in. (113 x 85.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 128FOLLOWER OF SIR WILLIAMBEECHEY(BRITISH 1753-1893)

    CHILDREN IN A LANDSCAPEOil on canvas

    39 1/2 x 32 1/4 in. (100.3 x 81.9cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of John M. Seabrook, NewJersey.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    129FOLLOWER OF SIR JOSHUAREYNOLDS(BRITISH 1723-1792)

    PORTRAIT OF A LADYWEARING SATIN GOWN,THREE-QUARTER LENGTH IN ALANDSCAPEOil on canvas

    50 1/8 x 40 in. (127.3 x 101.6cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 131FOLLOWER OF JEAN-BAPTISTEMONNOYER(FRENCH 1634-1699)

    STILL LIFE OF PARROT TULIP,ROSES, CHRYSANTHEMUMSAND OTHER FLOWERS IN AGILT BRONZE URN, UPON ALEDGE WITH DRAPED CLOTHOil on canvas, unframed

    34 1/4 x 38 5/8 in. (87 x 98.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New York.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    130CIRCLE OF GEORGE HENRYHARLOW(BRITISH 1787-1819)

    THREE-QUARTER LENGTHPORTRAIT, OF A YOUNGWOMAN AND A BOYWITHLANDSCAPE IN THE DISTANCEOil on canvas

    29 x 24 in. (73.7 x 61cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    $4,000-6,000 2,500-3,750

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  • 132MANNER OF RACHEL RUYSCH(DUTCH 1664-1750)

    STILL LIFE OF FLOWERSOil on canvas

    19 1/4 x 15 in. (48.9 x 38.1cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Marvin Lundy.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    133JEAN-BAPTISTE OUDRY(FRENCH 1686-1755)

    MIXED FRUITS IN A BASKETSigned and dated J. B. Oudry

    1724 lower center left, oil on

    canvas, unframed

    24 1/2 x 26 in. (62.2 x 66cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New York.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 134FOLLOWER OF SIR PETER LELY(DUTCH 1618-1680)

    LUCIE COUNTESS OF CARLISLEAT A FOUNTAINInscribed LUCY, COUNTESS OF

    CARLISLE upper center, oil on

    canvas

    47 5/8 x 37 in. (121 x 94cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, North Carolina.

    $4,000-6,000 2,500-3,750

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  • 135FOLLOWER OF ANTON GRAFF(SWISS 1736-1813)

    PORTRAIT OF AN ELEGANTLADYWITH ROSEOil on canvas

    22 3/8 x 17 1/2 in. (56.8 x 44.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New York, New York.

    $500-700 310-440

    136FOLLOWER OF FRANS FLORISTHE ELDER(FLEMISH CIRCA 1519-1570)

    ROMAN CHARITYOil on panel

    13 2/4 x 8 7/8 in. (34.3 x 22.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania.

    $700-1,000 440-625

    137ATTRIBUTED TO PATRICKNASMYTH(SCOTTISH 1787-1831)

    TRAVELER IN AWOODLANDLANDSCAPEWith assorted, unidentifiable,

    detached and inscribed labels

    verso, oil on canvas

    12 x 9 in. (30.5 x 22.9cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 139ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARDWILSON(BRITISH 1714-1782)

    ARCADIAN LANDSCAPE WITHSHEPHERD AND CATTLE,CASTLE BEYONDOil on canvas

    40 1/2 x 50 in. (102.9 x 127cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Alabama.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    138ELIAS MARTIN(SWEDISH 1739-1818)

    SHEEP AND COWS UNDER AGREAT TREE AT THE EDGE OF ASTREAMSigned E * Martin lower right;

    also with unidentified printed

    stretcher label, oil on canvas

    32 x 42 in. (81.3 x 106.7cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Seattle, Washington.

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  • 140MANNER OF JAN BRUEGHELTHE ELDER(FLEMISH 1568-1625)

    EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPES WITHFIGURESPair oils on panel, unframed

    4 x 5 in. (10.2 x 12.7cm) (each)

    (2)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    141FOLLOWER OF PIETER JANSZQUAST(DUTCH 1605/6-1647)

    PEASANTS MERRYMAKINGOil on panel

    13 7/8 x 11 1/8 in. (35.2 x 28.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 142FOLLOWER OF SIR PETER PAULRUBENS(FLEMISH 1577-1640)

    BACCHANALEOil on canvas

    31 1/8 x 32 7/8 in. (79.1 x 83.5cm)

    Provenance:Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, sale ofImportant Old Master Paintings, June 7,1978, lot 98.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    Note:After the original by Rubens in theMuse Pouchkine, Moscow.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    143CIRCLE OF JUSTUSSUSTERMANS(FLEMISH 1597-1681)

    DUCHESS OF TUSCANYOil on canvas

    25 3/4 x 19 1/4 in. (65.4 x 48.9cm)

    Provenance:According to label, inscribed in Italianand typed label verso:Grand Duchess of Tuscany.Presented to the above on July 15, 1661by the Marquis Colui.The family of the Count of C***oi.

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  • 144NETHERLANDISH SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    BOOR AT RESTWith detached printed label

    verso, VLAAMSE SCHOOL (XVII

    de eeuw) (Number) 440.

    Rustende boer, oil on panel

    7 7/8 x 12 7/8 in. (20 x 32.7cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Washington, D.C.

    $800-1,200 500-750

    145SPANISH SCHOOL(CIRCA 1800)

    GENTLEMAN AT HIS DESK WITH DOCUMENTOil on canvas

    32 3/8 x 25 1/4 in. (82.2 x 64.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $800-1,200 500-750

    146CIRCLE OFWILLEM VANMIERIS(DUTCH 1662-1747)

    THE SEWING LESSONOil on panel

    12 15/16 x 10 11/16 in. (32.9 x 27.1cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • 148FOLLOWER OF GHERARDOPOLI(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1680-1739)

    A BUSY MEDITERRANEANHARBOROil on canvas

    22 x 25 7/8 in. ( 55.9 x 65.7cm)

    Provenance:According to stretcher label, PrivateCollection, Washington D.C.The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    149FOLLOWER OF JAN FRANS VANBLOEMEN, LORIZZONTE(FLEMISH 1662-1749)

    TRAVELLERS IN A LANDSCAPEOil on canvas

    20 1/8 x 31 3/4 in. (51.1 x 80.6cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Texas.

    $1,500-2,500 940-1,560

    147CIRCLE OF DAVID TENIERS THEYOUNGER(FLEMISH 1610-1690)

    PEASANT TYING HIS SHOE IN ALANDSCAPEOil on canvas

    13 1/2 x 12 5/8 in. (34.3 x 32cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • 150PIETER MEULENER(FLEMISH 1602-1654)

    CAVALRY SKIRMISHPair oils on panel, each signed

    and dated P. Meulener / 1648

    lower right

    11 5/8 x 16 5/8 in. (29.5 x 42.2cm)

    (each approx.)

    (2)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    151CIRCLE OF JACOB VANTOORENVLIET(DUTCH 1640-1719)

    GENTLEMANWITH MAID INKITCHEN INTERIOROil on canvas

    11 1/16 x 9 1/8 in. (28.1 x 23.2cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • 153FOLLOWER OF DAVID TENIERSTHE YOUNGER(FLEMISH 1610-1690)

    VILLAGE KERMESSEOil on panel

    22 1/4 x 28 3/8 in. (56.5 x 72.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection.

    Note:Proceeds to benefit the Brandywine RiverMuseum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    152FOLLOWER OF PIETERJACOBSZ VAN LAER(DUTCH 1599-DIED CIRCA 1642)

    HORSEMANWITH MAIDEN ONA TRACKOil on panel

    11 3/4 x 9 1/2 in. (29.8 x 24.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

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  • 156AUSTRIAN SCHOOL(18TH CENTURY)

    PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN PINK DRESS HOLDING BIRD ANDFLOWEROil on canvas

    22 x 18 1/4 in. (55.8 x 46.4cm)

    Provenance:According to typed label verso, ex-collection Millicent Rogers.The Estate of John M. Seabrook, New Jersey.

    $400-600 250-375

    154CONTINENTAL SCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    ARCADIAN VIEWSPair oils on canvas

    32 1/4 x 26 in. (81.9 x 66cm)

    32 1/8 x 25 3/4 in. (81.6 x 65.4cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    155ATTRIBUTED TO JAN BAPTIST LAMBRECHTS(FLEMISH 1680-DIED CIRCA 1731)

    VEGETABLE SELLEROil on panel

    8 7/8 x 7 3/8 in. (22.5 x 18.7cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    $1,500-2,500 940-1,560

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  • 157ZEELAND SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    PORTRAIT OF A LADYHOLDING CARNATION, THREE-QUARTER LENGTHDated 1670 upper right, oil on

    copper

    31 x 22 3/8 in. (78.7 x 56.8cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $2,500-3,500 1,560-2,200

    158NORTHERN EUROPEANSCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    PERSONIFICATION OF FAITHOil on tin

    45 x 23 1/2 in. (114.3 x 59.7cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Florida.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

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  • 159FLEMISH SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    ALLEGORY OF LEARNINGOil on canvas, painted in the oval

    32 1/4 x 42 3/8 in. (81.9 x 107.6cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.Christies New York, Sale of November 3,1999, lot 13.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

    160CIRCLE OF JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE(FRENCH 1725-1805)

    PORTRAIT OF A LADYOil on canvas

    15 1/4 x 19 in. ( 38.7 x 48.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New York.Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, sale of Valuable Paintings,December 2, 1940, lot 59.Sotheby Parke Burnet, New York, sale of Old Master Paintings,March 11, 1977, lot 26.

    $800-1,200 500-750

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  • 162AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN(DUTCH 1606-1669)

    PORTRAIT OF KING UZZIAHOil on canvas

    24 1/4 x 19 in. (61.6 x 48.3cm)

    Provenance:Sothebys Madison Avenue Galleries,New York, Sale of Important Old MasterPaintings, January 8, 1981, lot 113.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    Note:The present work repeats, on a reducedscale, the original painting by Rembrandtin the collection of the Duke ofDevonshire, Chatsworth.Govaert Flinck, an apprentice ofRembrandt, is also known to havepainted this subject.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    161CIRCLE OF JACOB FERDINANDVOET(FLEMISH 1639-CIRCA 1700)

    PORTRAIT OF A LADY, HALF-LENGTH IN A GOLD DRESSOil on canvas

    29 x 23 3/4 in. (73.7 x 60.3cm)

    Provenance:Collection of Frederick Spitzer, New York,1929.Collection of Frederick Bucher, New York,1932.Mrs. Alexander Orloff, Greenwich,Connecticut.Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, sale ofDecember 13-15, 1945, lot 170, asFollower of Pierre Mignard.Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    $3,000-4,000 1,875-2,500

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  • 163ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTIANWILHELM ERNST DIETRICH(GERMAN 1712-1774)

    PORTRAIT OF AN ELDERLYGENTLEMANWITH CAPOil on canvas

    22 1/2 x 17 3/4 in. (57.2 x 45.1cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    164FOLLOWER OF JEAN TIENNELIOTARD(SWISS 1702-1789)

    COUNTESS OF COVENTRYOil on canvas

    30 x 24 in. (76.2 x 61cm)

    Provenance:Ms. Sara Coventry.A gift from the above to Mr. T. HertzbolEmmanuel.Private Collection, Connecticut.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 165ATTRIBUTED TOWOUTER KNIJFF(DUTCH CIRCA 1607-AFTER 1693)

    FISHERMEN AT A RIVER ESTUARYNEAR A FORTIFIED TOWNOil on panel

    20 3/4 x 30 5/8 in. (52.7 x 77.8cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 166ATTRIBUTED TO ALEXISGRIMOU(SWISS 1678-1733)

    PORTRAIT OF A RABBIOil on canvas

    29 x 23 in. (73.7 x 58.4cm)

    Provenance:Ex-collection, Edwin A. Ulrich Museumof Art, Wichita State University.Private Collection, Massachusetts.

    Related Literature:The present work closely follows aportrait formerly attributed toRembrandt. Please see Cornelis Hofstedede Groot, Die HandzeichungenRembrandts, HdG 425, as Rabbi Seen inFull Face, 1642; and Horst Gerson,Rembrandt Paintings, 1968, number 220,A Rabbi.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

    167AFTER ALEXIS GRIMOU(SWISS 1678-1733)

    PORTRAIT OF A GIRL, THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, DRESSEDAS A PILGRIMOil on canvas

    32 1/2 x 25 1/4 in. (82.6 x 64.1cm)

    Provenance:Christies New York, sale of TuesdayApril 5, 2011, lot 125.Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    Note:The present work repeats thecomposition by Grimou in the Uffizi,Florence.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 168ATTRIBUTED TO PEETER VAN AVONT(FLEMISH 1600-1652)

    and

    JAN VAN KESSEL(DUTCH 1641-1680)

    ADORATION OF THE HOLY FAMILYOil on cradled panel

    20 1/8 x 29 7/8 in. (51.1 x 75.9cm)

    Provenance:Property from the Jessie Ball Dupont Trust.

    $7,000-9,000 4,375-5,625

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  • Note:Haussmann was a German court painterand the official Leipzig portraitist after1720. While lesser known today - hispaintings rarely appear on the secondarymarket - he is best known for his half-length portrait(s) of Johann SebastianBach wearing an open jacket and holdingthe Triplex Canon.

    There are various opinions as to howmany Haussmann portraits of the famedGerman composer were executed. Thereare believed to have been as many as 12such Haussmann portraits. It is worthnoting that some of these portraits maybe given to Haussmann, while some mayonly be attributed to Haussmann. Thebest known such portrait, traditionallythought to be the prototype version is inthe Altes Rathaus, Leipzig, painted in1746. The latter is signed and dated EGHauBmann pinxit 1746 on the verso(prior to the canvas being lined).The 12 Haussmann Bach portraits VanTuyll cites are (Ibid., pp. 85-6): We donot know if all these are painted by orattributed to Haussmann.

    1. The Leipzig portrait, noted above.2. Portrait owned by William Scheide,Princeton, New Jersey.3. Portrait lost or destroyed during WorldWar II.4. The present portrait owned by Dr.Hendrik Van Tuyll.5. Portrait from Frankfurt, Germanycollection in 1914; then owned by PaulHirsch, Cambridge, England, 1956.6. Portrait in The Musikbibliothek Peters,Leipzig, Germany.7. Portrait in The City Museum, Erfurt,Germany.8. Portrait owned by Mrs. E.M.Reisenberg, New York.9. Portrait in The Bachhauses, Eisenach,Germany.10. Portrait owned by Paul Bach,Eisenach, Germany.11. Portrait lost or destroyed duringWorld War II.12. Portrait owned by Dr. Walter R.Volbach, Fort Worth Texas.

    The Haussman Bach portrait in the AltesRathaus, Leipzig (Van Tuyll number 1)has an unclear history, apparently oncein the possession of (Wilhelm)Friedemann Bach - the oldest son ofJohann Sebastian Bach - from whose

    family it passed to the cantor AugustEberhard Muller. He in turn, donated theportrait to the museum in Leipzig (J.G.Stallbaum, Osterprogramm derThomasschule, 1852).

    The portrait underwent a series ofrestorations from 1852 to 1913,undertaken by several different restorers.The painting was initially freshened up(by an undocumented restorer). It wasnext restored about 1879 by FriedrichPreller the Younger, a Dresden landscapepainter who heavily restored andoverpainted it. In the 1890s, a Berlinrestorer, *Schonfelder cleaned thepainting removing Prellers work. Themost notable restoration was completedin 1913 by the Leipzig painter WalterKuhn, which coincided with the year inwhich the painting is documented ashaving been presented for permanentloan to the museum in Leipzig. Kuhnscleaning of the portrait revealedHaussmanns once hidden signature anddate, along with the additional discoverythat Bachs hand and manuscript wereoriginally in another position - all ofwhich had been obscured by the priorrestoration campaigns. The chiefproponent supporting the view that theLeipzig Bach is the original Haussmannmasterpiece upon which other suchportraits were based was AlbrechtKurzwelly, then director of the LeipzigMuseum (Bach - Dokumente Supplementzu Johann Sebastian Bach Neue AusgabeSamtlicher Werke Herausgegen vom Bach-Archiv, Leipzig, 1963)However, in 1960, the Dresden Institutfur Denkmalpflege dismissed theportraits authenticity, a conclusion thathas helped to fuel speculation aboutwhether or not the original HaussmannBach is the Leipzig version. The Institutsconclusion - counter to Kurzwellys -relegated the Leipzig portrait to being asecondary version of a missing originalprototype.

    The Dresden Instituts conclusion issupported by the followingconsiderations:

    1. The Van Tuyll Bach has several visualfeatures present in the Leipzig Bach priorto its first being restored;2. Walter Kuhn had familiarity with theVan Tuyll Bach and is believed to haverelied upon the latter as the template for

    his restoration of the Leipzig portrait;3. Van Tuylls Bach was mistakenlyreproduced - instead of the Leipzig Bach- in the fourth and fifth editions of AlbertSchweitzers J.S. Bach, London, 1922.This same mix-up of the Van Tuyll andLeipzig portraits occurred in the Bachbiographies of Rudolf Steglich (Potsdma,1935) and A-E Cherbuliez (Olten, 1946);4. After 1956, the art expert andhistorian Dr. M.J. Friedlander stated thatVan Tuylls portrait was a valuable workof about 1750 by an accomplishedGerman painter, further suggesting thatthis portrait was either an authentic copyfrom Haussmanns studio or anautograph portrait by Haussmannhimself (Urnold Schering, Bach Jahrbuch,Leipzig, 1914).

    Additional references concerningHaussmann and the Bach portraitsinclude: Ernst Eigismund, The Painter ofPortraits E. Bach G. Haussmann, aGedenkblatt, Illustrated Magazine forCulture, Science and Transportation,Leipzig, 1929; and The Portrait PainterElias Gottlob Haussmann and His Time:the Bach - portraits, Magazine for art4(2), 1950, pp. 126-135.

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    169ATTRIBUTED TO ELIASGOTTLOB HAUSSMANN(GERMAN 1695-1774)

    JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACHOil on canvas

    31 7/8 x 25 1/4 in. (81 x 64.1cm)

    Provenance:Frau Wilhelmine Burkhardt, Leipzig.Baron Hendrik Van Tuyll VanSerooskerken (Dr. Van Tuyll), Utrecht,Holland.Birmingham, Alabama, 1955/1956.(Possibly) Sotheby Parke Bernet, NewYork, sale of November 28, 1972, lot 114.

    Exhibited:Toronto University, 1962-1966.

    Literature:Dr. H.O.R Baron van Tuyll vanSerooskerken, Probleme Des Bachportrats,Utrecht, 1956, pp. 85.Urnold Schering, Bach Jahrbuch Leipzig,1914, numbers 1, 4 and 5, illustrated.

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  • 170PETER VAN LINT(FLEMISH 1609-1690)

    VIRGIN AND CHILDOil on copper

    18 1/2 x 14 1/4 in. (47 x 36.8cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Philadelphia.

    Note:As typified by the present work, Van Lintpainted in a classicizing manner, painting notonly religious subject matter, but alsomythological scenes and portraits. In 1633 hebecame a master in the Guild of Saint Luke andthen travelled to Rome where he wascommissioned to decorate the cathedral inOstia and to fresco the Cibo family chapel inSanta Maria del Popolo. He was also highlyregarded as a draftsman, working mainly inchalk.

    We wish to thank Jan Kosten and Fred G.Meijerof the Rijksbureau Voor KunthistorischeDocumentatie for authenticating this paintingon the basis of photographs.

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    171JEAN-BAPTISTE GREUZE(FRENCH 1725-1805)

    PORTRAIT OF A LADYOil on canvas, painted in the oval

    24 1/2 X 19 1/2 in. (62.2 x 49.5cm)

    Painted circa 1765-1770

    Provenance:Property of an English Gentleman.

    Literature:J. Martin, C. Masson, Catalogue Raisonn de luvre peint et dessin de Jean-Baptiste Greuze,in C. Mauclair, Jean-Baptiste Greuze, Paris, 1906, no. 1104, as Portrait of Madame du Barry.E. Munhall, Jean-Baptiste Greuze/1725-1805, exh. cat., Hartford, CT, 1976, no. 74 as Portrait ofMadame du Barry.

    Note:A letter from Edgar Munhall dated August 15, 2012, discussing this painting will accompany this lot.According to Munhall, the present lot is typical of a genre of portraiture favored by Greuze, in whichwomen are presented in the intimacy of their toilette informally dressed and caught off-guard. For arelated Greuze portrait, please see Portrait of Marie-Jeanne Becu, Comtesse du Barry, painted circa1770 (Wildenstein & Co., New York).

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  • 173FOLLOWER OF GASPARD DUGHETCALLED GASPARD POUSSIN(FRENCH 1615-1675)

    TRAVELLERS IN AN ITALIANATELANDSCAPEInscribed Gaspd. Poussin verso, oil on

    canvas

    14 3/8 x 18 3/4 in. (36.5 x 47.6cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $700-1,000 440-625

    174MANNER OF CHARLESFRANOIS LACROIX(FRENCH BORN CIRCA 1700-1782)

    FISHERMEN ALONG THE SHOREand UNLOADING CARGOPair oils on canvas

    19.5 x 24 in. (49.5 x 61cm) (each)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Alabama.

    (2)

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    172FOLLOWER OF JACQUESCOURTOIS(FRENCH 1621-1676)

    CAVALRY SKIRMISHOil on canvas

    8 5/8 x 16 in. (14.3 x 40.6cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $500-700 310-440

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  • 175FOLLOWER OF NOL NICOLASCOYPEL(FRENCH 1690-1734)

    THE BIRTH OF VENUSOil on canvas, painted in the oval

    32 3/8 x 25 5/8 in. (82.2 x 65.1cm)

    Provenance:Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, sale ofJune 18, 1974, lot 31 as Noel Coypel.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    Exhibited:Loch Haven Art Center, Orlando, Florida,April 1973.Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg,Florida, June 1973.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    176CIRCLE OF JOSEPH MARIE VIEN(FRENCH 1716-1809)

    ALLEGORY OF THE HARVESTOil on canvas

    32 1/4 x 26 1/4 in. (81.9 x 66.7cm)

    Provenance:Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, sale ofImportant Old Master Paintings, June 4,1980, lot 108 as School of Jean-MarcNattier.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    Note:According to frame plaque, this paintingis a portrait of a lady, said to be theDuchess de Berry.

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  • 177MANNER OF FRANOISBOUCHER(FRENCH 1703-1770)

    YOUNG LOVERSOil on panel

    38 1/2 x 49 in. (97.8 x 124.5cm)

    Provenance:Property from the Jessie Ball DupontTrust.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    178MANNER OF FRANOISBOUCHER(FRENCH 1703-1770)

    THE FLOWER GARLANDOil on canvas

    38 1/2 x 49 1/2 in. (97.8 x 125.7cm)

    Provenance:Property from the Jessie Ball DupontTrust.

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  • 179FOLLOWER OF FRANOISBOUCHER(FRENCH 1703-1770)

    LES AMUSEMENTS DHIVEROil on canvas

    29 3/8 x 39 1/2 in. (74.6 x 100.3cm)

    Provenance:Christies, New York, sale of Old MasterPaintings, November 14, 1979, lot 149.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    Note:This subject was engraved by JeanDaulle (1703-1763) in 1756 after an oilon canvas, Madame De Pompadour asWinter from the Four Seasons suite byBoucher painted for the Marquis dePompadour in 1755, presently in the FrickCollection, New York.

    $2,000-4,000 1,250-2,500

    180ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLESBEAUBRUN(FRENCH 1604-1692)

    DUCHESSE DE LA VALLIREInscribed verso in French, oil on

    canvas

    32 1/4 x 25 3/4 in. (81.9 x 65.4cm)

    Provenance:Christies, New York, Sale of Old MasterPaintings, March 15, 1979, lot 19.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $2,500-3,500 1,560-2,200

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  • 181HUBERT ROBERT(FRENCH 1733-1808)

    LAVANDIRES AT A STREAM, IN ACLASSICAL LANDSCAPE WITH RUINSOil on canvas

    29 7/8 x 32 3/4 in. (75.6 x 83.2cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    Note:This painting is to be included in the cataloguecritique of the oil paintings of Hubert Robertbeing prepared at The Wildenstein Institute,Paris. An Avis dInclusion (Statement of Inclusion)from The Wildenstein Institute will accompanythis lot.

    $15,000-25,000 9,375-15,625

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  • 182CIRCLE OF NICOLAS-RENJOLLAIN THE YOUNGER(FRENCH 1732-1804)

    BACCHUS AND ARIADNEOil on canvas

    45 1/4 x 63 3/4 in. (114.9 x 161.9cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, New Jersey.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 183CIRCLE OF FRANCESCOFIERAVINO CALLED ILMALTESE(ITALIAN CIRCA 1610-1670 )

    STILL LIFE WITH SPANIEL ON ACUSHION, FRUIT IN A TAZZA,MIZED FLOWERS IN A VASEAND BIRD ON A LEDGEand

    STILL LIFE WITH RABBIT, GILTBRONZE URN, MIXED FRUITS INA BASKET AND CUPWITH ASAUCER ON A LEDGEPair oils on canvas

    34 1/2 x 45 1/4 in. (87.6 x 114.9cm)

    (each)

    (2)

    Provenance:The Estate of John M. Seabrook, NewJersey.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 184MANNER OF TOBIASSTRANOVIUS(GERMAN 1684-DIED AFTER 1724)

    MONKEYWITH OVERTURNEDBASKET OF FRUIT, ANDGARDENS WITH FOUNTAIN INTHE DISTANCEOil on canvas

    42 x 39 1/2 in. (106.7 x 100.3cm)

    Provenance:George Subkoff Antiques, Ltd., Westport,Connecticut.Private Collection, Rhode Island.

    $4,000-6,000 1,875-3,125

    185MANNER OF JAN VANHUYSUM(DUTCH 1682-1749)

    MIXED FLOWERS WITH FRUITSIN A VASE UPON A LEDGEOil on canvas

    31 x 24 in. (78.7 x 61cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Texas.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 186AMALIE KAERCHER(GERMAN ACT. 1860-1926)

    STILL LIFE OF MIXED FLOWERSAND INSECTS ON A MOSSYBANKSigned Amelie Kaercher bottom

    center left, oil on canvas

    15 3/4 x 12 7/8 in. (40 x 33cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    187ATTRIBUTED TO GASPARPIETER VERBRUGGEN THEYOUNGER(FLEMISH 1664-1730)

    FLORAL GARLANDS ADORNINGAN URN UPON A LEDGEOil on canvas

    52 1/2 x 39 1/2 in. (133.4 x 102cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Florida.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    188MANNER OF MARIO NUZZI,CALLED MARIO DEI FIORI(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1603-1673)

    LILIES, CARNATIONS, TULIPS,ANEMONIES, MORNING GLORY,PEONIES AND OTHER FLOWERSIN A SCULPTED URN ON ASTONE LEDGEOil on canvas

    37 1/2 x 19 in. (95.3 x 48.3cm)

    Provenance:Christies New York, sale of October 7,1993, lot 74.Acquired by the present owner from theabove sale.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $4,000-6,000 2,500-3,750

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  • 189JEANNE MARIE JOSPHINEHELLEMANS(FLEMISH 1796-1837)

    PARROT TULIPS, ROSES ANDOTHER FLOWERS IN A BASKETUPON A STONE LEDGESigned and dated J. le Hellemans

    1828 lower center, oil on panel

    22 3/8 x 16 3/4 in. (56.8 x 42.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    Note:Hellemans uvre was comprisedmainly of ornate still lifes of mixedflowers, often paired with fruit, all on avariegated stone or marble ledge.Paintings by Hellemans on the secondarymarket are relatively rare and arethematically grounded in thecompositions of 17th century Dutch andFlemish still lifes of the so-called GoldenAge, in which themes such as vanitas(the transient nature of life) andpronkstilleven (an ostentatious still life)are expressed pictorially in compositionsthat emphasize optical fidelity, technicalskill and texture.

    $15,000-20,000 9,375-12,500

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  • 191FOLLOWER OF GUIDO RENI(ITALIAN 1575-1642)

    FORTUNEOil on canvas, oval

    63 5/8 x 48 in. (161.6 x 121.9cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    190ITALIAN SCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    ALLEGORIES OF MUSICEach inscribed verso, Cherub by

    Domenico / Bologna / copied by

    P. Tossi, pair oils on board

    8 5/8 x 6 3/4 in. (21.9 x 17.1cm) (each)

    (2)

    $600-800 375-500

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  • 194AFTER GIOVANNI FRANCESCO ROMANELLI(ITALIAN 1610-1662)

    THE CUMAEAN SYBILoil on canvas

    37 x 27 in. (94 x 68.6cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    Note:The present painting repeats Romanellis composition in theGalleria Borghese, Rome.

    $700-1,000 625-940

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    192NORTHERN ITALIAN SCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    THE PENITENT MAGDALENEOil on canvas, framed in the oval

    21 3/4 x 17 in. (55.2 x 43.2cm)

    Provenance:University of Pennsylvania Art Collection,gift of Dr. Thomas W. Evans.

    Note:The University of Pennsylvaniasdental school is named afterDr. Thomas Evans.

    $600-800 375-500

    193AFTER GUIDO RENI(ITALIAN 1575-1642)

    AURORAOil on canvas laid on masonite

    26 1/4 x 57 1/4 in. (66.7 x 145.4cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    Note:The present painting repeats Reniscomposition in the Casino Rospigliosi,Rome.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 195FOLLOWER OF SALVATORROSA(ITALIAN 1615-1673)

    BANDITTI AT REST BEFORE ACASTLEOil on canvas

    37 3/4 x 32 7/8 in. (95.9 x 83.5cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

    196MANNER OF SALVATOR ROSA(ITALIAN 1615-1673)

    BELISARIUSOil on canvas

    18 1/8 x 13 1/2 in. (46 x 34.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylania.

    Note:The present painting repeats Rosasoriginal composition, which wasengraved in 1757 by Sir Robert Strange.

    $600-800 375-500

    197FOLLOWER OF POMPEOGIROLAMO BATONI(ITALIAN 1708-1787)

    MINERVAOil on canvas

    30 x 1/8 x 24 7/8 in. (76.5 x 63.2cm)

    Provenance:University of Pennsylvania Art Collection,gift of Dr. Thomas W. Evans.

    Note:The University of Pennsylvanias dentalschool is named after Dr. Thomas Evans.

    $1,200-1,800 750-1,125

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  • 198ITALIAN SCHOOL(17TH-18TH CENTURY)

    THE SOLDIERS WARNINGOil on canvas

    7 1/16 x 15 3/4 (17.9 x 40cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $600-800 375-500

    199FOLLOWER OF ALESSANDROMAGNASCO(ITALIAN 1667-1745)

    THE SACRIFICE OF ISAAC; ANDFIGURES IN A LANDSCAPEWITH FOOTBRIDGEPair oils on canvas

    18 5/8 x 15 1/2 in. (47.3 x 39.4cm)

    (each)

    (2)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    200FLEMISH SCHOOL(18TH CENTURY)

    FIGURAL PROCESSION IN ANEXTENSIVE LANDSCAPEOil on canvas

    29 5/8 x 39 1/2 in. (75.2 x 100.3cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 202ITALIAN SCHOOL(19TH CENTURY)

    ROMAN CAMPAGNAWITHCATTLE AND SHEPHERDESSOil on canvas

    15 1/2 x 29 1/4 in. (39.4 x 74.3cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New Jersey.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    203AFTER TITIAN (TIZIANOVECELLI)(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1485-1576)

    A WOMANWITH A MIRROROil on canvas

    32 1/4 x 25 1/2 in. (81.9 x 64.8cm)

    Provenance:University of Pennsylvania Art Collection,gift of Dr. Thomas W. Evans.

    Note:The University of Pennsylvanias dentalschool is named after Dr. Thomas Evans.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

    201FOLLOWER OF ANTONIOFRANCESCO PERUZZINI(ITALIAN 1668-1724)

    TRAVELLERS ON A TRACK INAN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPEOil on canvas, unframed

    19 3/8 x 25 in. (49.2 x 63.5cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $1,000-1,500 625-940

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  • 204EMILIAN SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    SYBILOil on canvas

    23 1/4 X 19 7/8 in. (59 x 50.5cm)

    Provenance:Dorotheum German Collection Auction Vienna, sale of January 12, 2012, Lot 7901.Private Collection, Boston, Massachusetts.

    $2,500-3,500 1,560-2,200

    205AFTER TITIAN (TIZIANOVECELLI)(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1485-1576)

    VIOLANTE (LA BELLA GATTA)Oil on canvas

    26 5/8 x 20 in. (67.6 x 50.8cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Maryland.

    Note:After the original in the KunsthistorichesMuseum, Vienna.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    206AFTER TITIAN (TIZIANO VECELLI)(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1485-1576)

    THE BACCHANAL OF THE ANDRIANSOil on canvas

    12 x 14 3/4 in. (30.5 x 37.5cm)

    Provenance:

    Note:The present work is a sketch after the original painting by Titian circa 1523-1524,in the Museo del Prado, Madrid.

    $800-1,200 500-750

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  • 207ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCESCO ALBANI(ITALIAN 1578-1660)

    SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST IN THE WILDERNESSOil on copper

    13 1/2 x 11 in. (34.3 x 27.9cm)

    Provenance:Sothebys New York, sale of June 28, 2001, lot 118.Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $2,500-3,500 1,560-2,200

    208NORTHERN ITALIAN SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    THE ANNUNCIATIONOil on canvas

    10 1/8 x 13 1/8 in. (25.7 x 33.3cm)

    Provenance:The Estate of Palmer Brown.

    $1,000-2,000 625-1,250

    209CIRCLE OF CARLO MARATTA(ITALIAN 1625-1713)

    ANTIOPE AND CUPIDOil on canvas

    25 1/2 x 19 1/4 in. (64.8 x 48.9cm)

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

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  • 210ROMAN SCHOOL(17TH CENTURY)

    BACCHUS AND ARIADNEOil on canvas

    26 x 34 in. (66 x 86.4cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Virginia.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    211FOLLOWER OF AURELIANOMILANI(ITALIAN 1675-1749)

    SEEKING ALMSoil on canvas

    37 x 40 in. (94 x 101.6cm)

    Provenance:An Estate, Pennsylvania.

    $2,000-3,000 1,250-1,875

    212MANNER OF GIACOMOFRANCESCO CIPPER(ITALIAN 1670-1738)

    TWO PEASANT BOYSOil on canvas

    43 7/8 X 34 in. (111.4 x 86.4cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

    $1,500-2,000 940-1,250

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  • 214ATTRIBUTED TO GIORGIOPULLICINO(MALTESE 1779-1851)

    THE PORT OF NAPLES ATDAWNInscribed Bay of Naples / ****

    verso, oil on canvas

    16 x 24 in. (40.6 x 61cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $3,000-5,000 1,875-3,125

    213ANDREA LANZANI(ITALIAN BORN CIRCA 1650-1712)

    CHRIST CROWNEDWITHTHORNSOil on canvas

    26 x 20 3/4 in. (66 x 52.7cm)

    Provenance:Private Collection, New York.

    Note:Dr. Silvia Colombo has kindly confirmedthe authenticity of this work on the basisof photographs.

    Christ Crowned with Thorns is arecurring theme in Milanese painting andthis particular painting was no doubtinspired by Correggios Ecce Homo in theNational Gallery, London.

    The present painting compares to anEcce Homo by Lanzani in the Collegiatadi San Giovanni Battista, Morbegno,datable to around 1680. Recorded in thecontents of the artists studio upon hisdeath was a half length Ecce Homo andthis may well be the painting described:L. 192 (Colombo - DallOmo, AndreaLanzani 1641-1712. Protagonista delBarocchetto Lombardo,Milano 2007, p.143, 199 e 200). Thanks to Silvia A.Colombo for her help compiling thepresent entry.

    Works by Andrea Lanzani rarely appearat auction. A Milanese painter anddraftsman, he studied with CarloMaratta and has important works at theSchloss Galerie, Pommersfelden.

    $6,000-8,000 3,750-5,000

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  • 215ATTRIBUTED TO ALBERTOCARLIERI(ITALIAN 1672-DIED CIRCA 1720)

    A CAPRICCIO OF CLASSICALRUINS WITH FIGURE BEFORE ASTATUE OF HERCULESOil on canvas

    19 x 25 5/8 in. (48.2 x 65.1cm)

    Provenance:Christies New York, sale of May 19,1993, lot 95.Private Collection, The Bronx, New York.

    $5,000-7,000 3,125-4,375

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  • 216ATTRIBUTED TO GASPARE LANDI(ITALIAN 1756-1830)

    HECTOR SCOLDING PARISOil on canvas

    58 x 80 1/2 in. (147.3 x 204.5cm)

    Provenance:Freemans, Philadelphia, sale of December 10, 2000, lot 2.Private Collection, Philadelphia.

    Note:A relatively obscure Neoclassical painter active in Piacenza andRome, Landi served as president of the Accademia di San Lucain 1817. He is best known for painting Marriage of Abrahamand Sarah and Diomedes and Ulysses bearing off thePaladium, which originally hung in the Parmese Pinacoteca.Influenced by a renewed interest in classical antiquity andGreco Roman art that began in the mid-17th century,Neoclassical artists such as Pompeo Batoni under whomLandi worked in Rome painted historical/biblical figuralcompositions realistically rendered in a manner that eschewedearlier Baroque and Rococo principles.

    $20,000-30,000 12,500-18,750

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  • 217ATTRIBUTED TO DOMENICOFETI(ITALIAN 1589-1624)

    DAVID WITH THE HEAD OFGOLIATHOil on canvas

    62 x 42 3/4 in.(157.5 x 108.6cm)

    Provenance:Justin Pardi, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.By descent in the family.Private Collection, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania.

    Note:This heretofore unknown paintingattributed to Feti is nearly identical to hisDavid with the Head of Goliath in TheRoyal Collection, Windsor, with otherversions by Feti in the Akademie derBildenden, Nuremberg, the PushkinNational Museum, Moscow, the Galleriedell Accademia, Venice and in theGemaldegalerie, Dresden.

    $40,000-60,00025,000-37,500

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    names

    attributed to

    studio of

    circle of

    follower of

    manner of

    school of

    after an artist

    signatures & dates

    measurements

    any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age,provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to betaken as a statement or representation of fact. lyon & turnbull andfreemans reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult andrely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable.

    Forename(s) and surname of painter is in our opinion a work by that artist;e.g. Charles Willson Peale. When an artists forename(s) is not known, aseries of asterisks followed by the surname of the artist, wether precededby an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artistnamed.

    Refers to probably a work by the artist; e.g. Attributed to Charles WillsonPeale.

    Refers to a work from the studio of the artist which may or may not havebeen executed under his direction; e.g. Studio of Charles Willson Peale.

    Circle of..... refers to a work of the period of the artist executed under hisimmediate influence; e.g. Circle of Charles Willson Peale.

    Follower of..... refers to a work by a painter working in the artists style,contemporary or nearly contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil; e.g.Follower of Charles Willson Peale.

    Manner of..... refers to a work in a style related to that of the artist, but of alater date; e.g. Manner of Charles Willson Peale.

    School accompanied by the name of a place or country and a date meansthat we believe the picture was executed at that time and in that location;e.g. Italian School, 18th Century.

    After an artist is in our opinion a copy of any date after a work by thatartist; e.g. After Charles Willson Peale.

    Signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that we believe the signatureand/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist.

    Bears a signature and/or a date and/or an inscription means that webelieve the artists name and/or date and/or inscription have been addedby another hand.

    All references to signature, inscriptions and dates refer to the presentstate of the work.

    Dimensions are given height before width.

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    Lambrechts, J.B., 155

    Landi, G., 216

    Lanzani, A., 213

    Lauder, R.S., 24

    Lely, Sir P., 134

    Liotard, J.E., 164

    Locatelli, A., 14

    Magnasco, A., 199

    Maratta, C., 209

    Martin, E., 138

    Metsys (Massys) the Elder, Q.,

    114

    Meulener, P., 150

    Milani, A., 211

    Millet, J.F., 58, 59

    Monnoyer, J-B., 131

    Nain, Le., 38

    Nasymth, P., 137

    Netherlandish School, 125, 144

    Northern European School, 86,

    158

    Northern Italian School, 133, 71,

    73, 192, 208

    Nuzzi, M. (called 'Mario dei

    Fiori'), 188

    Oudry, J-B., 133

    Peruzzini, A.F., 201

    Poli, G., 148

    Pullicino, G., 214

    Quast, P.J., 141

    Ramsay, A., 45

    Raphael, 22

    Reni, G., 191, 193

    Reynolds, Sir J., 32, 129

    Robert, H., 181

    Roman School, 28, 210

    Romanelli, G.F., 194

    Roos, P.P., 97

    Rosa, S., 195, 196

    Rosselli, M., 77

    Rossetti, D.G., 95

    Earlom, R., 61, 91

    Emilian School, 204

    Enzenberger, J.B., 81

    Eschard, C., 69

    Feti, D., 217

    Fieravino, F. (called 'Il Matese'),

    183

    Flemish School, 159, 200

    Florentine School, 44

    Floris the Elder, F., 136

    Francesco, G. (Il Todeschini), 212

    French School, 43, 62, 65, 66, 67,

    68, 70

    Gaulli, G.B., 75

    German School, 83, 97

    Giaquinto, C., 78

    Gordon, Sir J.W., 23

    Graff, A., 135

    Greuze, J.B., 36, 68, 160, 171

    Grimou, A., 166, 167

    Gricault, T., 111

    Habenschaden, S., 97

    Harlow, G.H., 130

    Haussmann, E.G., 169

    Hellemans, J.M.J., 189

    Hispano Flemish School, 124

    Hudson, T., 127

    Huet, J.B., 3

    Huysmans, C., 13

    Ihle, J.E., 37

    Italian School, 5, 35, 190, 198,

    202

    Jacque, C.E., 108

    Jollain the Younger, N-R., 182

    Jongkind, J.B., 92

    Kaercher, A., 186

    Knapton, G., 126

    Knuff, W., 165

    la Pira, G., 116

    Lacroix, C.F., 174

    Aertsen,P., 85

    Albani, F., 34, 207

    Andrews, H., 42

    Angelico, F., 120

    Ansdell, R., 25, 26, 27

    Antwerp School, 31

    Austrian School, 156

    Batoni, P.G., 197

    Beechey, Sir W., 128

    Beaubrun, C., 180

    Bolognese School, 39, 80

    Bonheur, R., 98-102

    Bouchardon, E., 64

    Boucher, F., 177, 178, 179

    Brosamer, H., 123

    Brueghel the Elder, J., 140

    Carlieri, A., 19, 215

    Carracci, A., 19

    Constable, J., 94

    Continental School, 154

    Cooper, A., 30

    Courtois, J., 172

    Coypel, N.N., 175

    Crespi, A., 74

    Crespi, D., 72

    Cruyl, L., 89

    Daege, E., 6

    de Dreux, A., 109, 110

    de Gheyn II, J., 88

    de Goya, F., 60

    de la Rive, P.L., 4

    de Lyon, C., 122

    Delacroix, E., 112

    Deshays, J.B.H., 63

    di Giovanni di Bartolo, M., 119

    di Paolo, G., 118,

    di Simone da Santacroce, F. 117

    Dietrich, C-W-E., 8, 10, 11, 163

    Downman, J., 90

    Dughet, G. (called Gaspard

    Poussin), 173

    Dusart, C., 7

    Dutch School, 41, 82

    Drer, A., 1, 51-54

    Index to Artists

    Artists are listed by surname and initials; for actual attribution and authorship please refer to the individual lots and the glossary of terms

    opposite.

    Rowlandson, T., 96

    Rubens, Sir P.P., 115, 142

    Ruysch, R., 132

    Schiavone, A., 121

    Siennese School, 76

    Spanish School, 145

    Stranovius, T., 184

    Sustermans, J., 143

    Teniers the Younger, D., 147, 153

    Tiepolo, G.D., 79

    Titian (Tiziano Vecelli), 40, 203,

    205, 206

    van Avont, P., 168

    van Bloemen, (L'Orizzonte), J.F.,

    84, 149

    van de Meer, J., 15

    van de Velde the Younger, W., 87

    van der Werff, A., 16

    van Dijck, F., 20

    van Huysum, J., 185

    van Laer, P.J., 152

    van Lint, P., 170

    van Mieris, W., 146

    van Rijn, R., 2, 55, 56, 57, 162

    van Toorenvliet, J., 151

    Velasquez, 29

    Venetian School, 18

    Verbruggen the Younger, G.P., 187

    Vernet, A.C.H., 103-107

    Vien, J.M., 176

    Villon, J., 93

    Voet, J.F., 161

    von Acchen, H., 21

    von Uhde, F., 113

    Williamson, W.H., 12

    Wilson, R., 139

    Woouwerman, P., 17

    Zeeland School, 157

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  • 1Unless otherwise indicated, allProperty will be offered byFreemans as agent for theConsignor.

    2Freemans reserves the right to varythe terms of sale and any suchvariance shall become part of theseConditions of Sale.

    3Buyer acknowledges that it had theright to make a full inspection of allProperty prior to sale to determinethe condition, size, repair orrestoration of any Property.Therefore, all property is sold AS-IS. Freemans is acting solely as anauction broker, and unlessotherwise stated, does not own theProperty offered for sale and hasmade no independent investigationof the Property. Freemans makesno warranty of title, merchantabilityor fitness for a particular purpose,or any other warranty orrepresentation regarding thedescription, genuineness,attribution, provenance or conditionto the Property of any kind ornature with respect to the Property.

    4Freemans in its sole and exclusivediscretion, reserves the right towithdraw any property, at any time,before the fall of the hammer.

    5Unless otherwise announced by theauctioneer at the time of sale, allbids are per lot as numbered in theprinted catalogue. Freemansreserves the right to determine anyand all matters regarding the order,precedence or appropriateincrement of bids or theconstitution of lots.

    6The highest bidder acknowledgedby the auctioneer shall be thebuyer. The auctioneer has the rightto reject any bid, to advance thebidding at his absolute discretionand in the event of any disputebetween bidders, the auctioneershall have the sole and finaldiscretion either to determine thesuccessful bidder or to re- offer andresell the article in dispute. If anydispute arises after sale, theFreemans sale record shall beconclusive in all respects.

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    8Upon the fall of the hammer, title toany offered lot or article willimmediately pass to the highestbidder as determined in theexclusive discretion of theauctioneer, subject to complianceby the buyer with these Conditionsof Sale. Buyer thereupon assumesfull risk and responsibility of theproperty sold, agrees to sign anyrequested confirmation ofpurchase, and agrees to pay the fullprice, plus Buyers Premium,therefore or such part, upon suchterms as Freemans may require.

    9No lot may be removed fromFreemans premises until the buyerhas paid in full the purchase pricetherefor including Buyers Premiumor has satisfied such terms thatFreemans, in its sole discretion,shall require. Subject to theforegoing, all Property shall be paidfor and removed by the buyer athis/her expense within ten (10)days of sale and, if not so removed,may be sold by Freemans, or sentby Freemans to a publicwarehouse, at the sole risk andcharge of the buyer(s), andFreemans may prohibit the buyerfrom participating, directly orindirectly, as a bidder or buyer inany future sale or sales. In additionto other remedies available toFreemans by law, Freemansreserves the right to impose a latecharge of 1.5% per month of thetotal purchase price on any balanceremaining ten (10) days after theday of sale. If Property is notremoved by the buyer within ten(10) days, a handling charge of 1%of the total purchase price permonth from the tenth day after thesale until removal by the buyer shallbe payable to Freemans by thebuyer; Freemans shall charge 1.5%of the total purchase price permonth for any property not soremoved within 60 days after thesale. Freemans will not beresponsible for any loss, damage,theft, or otherwise responsible forany goods left in Freemanspossession after ten (10) days. Ifthe foregoing conditions or anyapplicable provisions of law are notcomplied with, in addition to otherremedies available to Freemansand the Consignor (includingwithout limitation the right to holdthe buyer(s) liable for the bid price)Freemans, at its option, may eithercancel the sale, retaining asliquidated damages all paymentsmade by the buyer(s), or resell theproperty. In such event, thebuyer(s) shall remain liable for anydeficiency in the original purchase

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    10Unless the sale is advertised andannounced as without reserve,each lot is offered subject to areserve and Freemans mayimplement such reserves bybidding through its representativeson behalf of the Consignors. Incertain instances, the Consignormay pay less than the standardcommission rate where Freemansor its representative is a successfulbidder on behalf of the Consignor.Where the Consignor is indebted toFreemans, Freemans may have aninterest in the offered lots and theproceeds therefrom, other than thebrokers Commissions, and all salesare subject to any such interest.

    11No buy bids shall be accepted atany time for any purpose.

    12Any pre-sale bids must besubmitted in writing to Freemansprior to commencement of the offerof the first lot of any sale. Freemanscopy of any such bid shallconclusively be deemed to be thesole evidence of same, and whileFreemans accepts these bids forthe convenience of bidders notpresent at the auction, Freemansshall not be responsible for thefailure to execute, or, to executeproperly, any pre-sale bid.

    13A Buyers Premium will be added tothe successful bid price and ispayable by the buyer as part of thetotal purchase price. The Buyers

    Premium shall be: 25% on the first$50,000 of the hammer price ofeach lot, 20% on the portion from$50,001 through $1,000,000, and12% on the portion of the hammerprice exceeding $1,000,000.

    14Unless exempted by law from thepayment thereof, the buyer will berequired to pay any and all federalexcise tax and any state and/orlocal sales taxes, including wheredeliveries are to be made outsidethe state where a sale is conducted,which may be subject to acorresponding or compensating taxin another state.

    15Freemans may, as a service tobuyer arrange to have purchasedproperty posted and shipped at thebuyers expense. Freemans is notresponsible for any acts oromissions in packing or shipping ofpurchased lots whether or not suchcarrier recommended by Freemans.Packing and handling of purchasedlots is at the responsibility of thebuyer and is at the entire risk of thebuyer.

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    18These Conditions of Sale and thebuyers, the Consignors andFreemans rights under theseConditions of Sale shall begoverned by, construed andenforced in accordance with thelaws of the Commonwealth ofPennsylvania and Consignor andBuyer agree to the exclusivejurisdiction of the Philadelphia,Pennsylvania Court of CommonPleas and the United States DistrictCourt for the Eastern District ofPennsylvania.

    Freemans Terms & Conditionsall property offered and sold (property) through samuel t. freeman & co, (freemans) shall beoffered and sold on the terms and conditions set forth below which constitutes the completestatement of the terms and conditions on which all property is offered for sale. by bidding at theauction, whether present in person or by agent, by written bid, telephone, internet or other means, thebuyer agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.

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  • EDINBURGHInquiries:Lee Younglee.young@lyonandturnbull.com

    Douglas Girtondouglas.girton@lyonandturnbull.com

    +44 (0)131 557 8844

    PHILADELPHIA

    Inquiries:David Walker+1 267-414-1216dwalker@freemansauction.com

    Benjamin Fisher+1 267-414-1215bfisher@freemansauction.com

    For exhibition/viewing times or to view the catalogue please visitwww.freemansauction.com or www.lyonandturnbull.com

    The International Sale:Fine Antiques & Decorative ArtsEdinburgh: 3rd October, 2012Philadelphia: 11th October, 2012

    A Fine Dutch secretaire organamsterdam, circa 1780provenance:Purchased at auction in Amsterdam,circa 1936literature:The Tracker, Journal of the OrganHistorical Society, vol. 48, no. 4,pp. 32-35.Ars Organi, vol. 51, no. 4, December2003, pp. 257-258.

    $30,000-50,000 (18,750-31,250)

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  • Auction:

    Tuesday, November 13th at 10am

    Upcoming atFreemans

    Inquiries:lynda cain267.414.1237lain@freemansauction.com

    whitney bounty267.414.1254wbounty@freemansauction.com

    Catalogue $30

    ExhibitionsThursday, November 8th toMonday, November 12th

    Please contact the departmentor www.freemansauction.comfor further details

    American Furniture, Folk &Decorative Arts 11/13/12

    FREEMANS

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    Classical inlaid mahogany sofa tablecirca 1820Figured mahogany and mahogany veneer, inlaid withbrass and exotic banding, gilt brass mountings.H: 30 in. W: 42 1/2 in. D: 24 in.(leaves 12 in.)

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  • Fine Asian ArtsTuesday, 5th December, 201233 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

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    AFINE PAIR OF CHINESE FILIGREEFANSwith European silvered and giltbronze stands, composed of fifty fanfiligree panels of scroll and foliatewith various panels of country scenesand buildings.

    fans 35cm wide,

    stands (excluding fans) 48cm high

    Viewing timesSunday, 2nd December, 12 noon - 4pmMonday, 3rd December, 10am - 5pmTuesday, 4th December, 10am - 5pmMorning of sale from 9am

    EnquiriesLee YoungTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844lee.young@lyonandturnbull.com

    Douglas GirtonTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844douglas.girton@lyonandturnbull.com

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  • International Staff Directory

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    FINE AMERICAN & EUROPEAN

    PAINTINGS & SCULPTUREAlasdair Nichol +1 267.414.1211anichol@freemansauction.com

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    ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETSRichard Cervantes +1 267.414.1219rcervantes@freemansauction.com

    David Weiss +1 267.414.1214dweiss@freemansauction.com

    RARE BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS& EPHEMERADavid J Bloom +1 267.414.1246dbloom@freemansauction.com

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    BIDS DEPARTMENTBridgette Bonner +1 267.414.1208fax: +1 215.599.2240bbonner@freemansauction.com

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  • SEPTEMBER

    07 The Taffner CollectionLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    09 Asian ArtFreemans, Philadelphia

    19 Photographs & PhotobooksFreemans, Philadelphia

    20 Books, Manuscripts, Maps & PrintsFreemans, Philadelphia

    20 Coins & MedalsFreemans, Philadelphia

    OCTOBER

    03 Old Master Paintings, Drawings & PrintsLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    03 The International Sale: Fine Antiques &Decorative ArtsLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    04 Fine AntiquesLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    09 English & Continental Furniture &Decorative ArtsFreemans, Philadelphia

    10 Oriental Rugs & CarpetsFreemans, Philadelphia

    11 Old Master Paintings, Drawings & PrintsFreemans, Philadelphia

    11 The International Sale: Antiques &Decorative ArtsFreemans, Philadelphia

    27 Paintings, Prints & WatercoloursAntiquesLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    NOVEMBER

    04 Modern & Contemporary ArtFreemans, Philadelphia

    05 Fine Jewelry & WatchesFreemans, Philadelphia

    07 Decorative Arts & DesignLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    13 American Furniture, Folk &Decorative ArtFreemans, Philadelphia

    14 The Pennsylvania SaleFreemans, Philadelphia

    19 Silver & Objects of VertuFreemans, Philadelphia

    28 Fine Jewellery & SilverLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    29 Fine PaintingsLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    DECEMBER

    02 Fine American & European Paintings &SculptureFreemans, Philadelphia

    05 Fine AsianWorks of ArtLyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

    International Auction Calendar

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  • Auction:

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    Upcoming atFreemans

    Inquiries:lynda cain267.414.1237lain@freemansauction.com

    American Revolutionary War Battleflagandrew huber267.414.1259ahuber@freemansauction.com

    Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Printsdavid bloom267.414.1246dbloom@freemansauction.com

    Exhibition:Thursday, November 8th toMonday, November 12th

    Please contact the departmentor www.freemansauction.comfor further details

    The Pennsylvania Sale 11/14/12

    RARE GRAND DIVISION COLOR OF THEEIGHTH VIRGINIA REGIMENT, 1776-1779.This American Revolutionary War battleflagis from a descendant of Colonel PeterMuhlenberg (1746-1807). Including fringe44 1/4 inches (hoist) x 45 inches (fly).$400,000-600,000 (250,000-375,000)

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  • 1808 Chestnut StreetPHILADELPHIA PA 19103Tel: +1 215.563.9275

    126 Garrett StreetCHARLOTTESVILLE VA 22902Tel: +1 434.296.4096

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