Watercolor of the schooner John Barry, 1847. Overall 22” by 28”. $1195.
A large 17th century Continental marketplace scene in a later burl maple frame. Overall 29 ½” by 39”.
Hudson River Valley oil on canvas by Franklin Dullin Briscoe, American, 1844-1903.
“Foggy Morning on the Hudson”. dated 1887. overall 33″ by 44″. $6800.
Race horse and dog, oil on canvas, by James Freeman, British, 19th century. 23 1/4′ by 30″ overall. $2375.
Italian 17th or 18th century port scene. This scene has plentiful details of people, architecture, birds, boats and more. The blue sky carries puffy white clouds above this most interesting view. Please email us for better and larger images of this beautiful oil on canvas. Overall h.16″ by 25″, sight 9 1/2″ by 18 3/”. $1850.
American oil on canvas of a hunter who has just shot a distant deer. 19th century in a later gilt frame. Overall 19” by 23 ½”. $895.
Pair of English silhouettes in their original rosewood frames. Finely done with painted details. Artist’s embossed mark in upper left of one. 14” by 10 ¼”. $1200 the pair.
17th century portrait of a gentleman. English or Continental. 43 1/2″ x 35 1/2″. $985.
2 oil-on-canvas, mid 19th century French, possibly overdoors. 62″ x 50″. $3500/ pair.
A lively English genre with a gentleman on horseback against the background of a setting sun on water. Signed C. W. Gibson, 1896. Original frame. Oil on canvas. 17” x 20” overall with frame.
Sailors in an open boat, by John Brett, Sr, 1831-1902, overall 22” by 29” with fine gilt frame.
Straw hat with peaches, by Hugo Possner, 1854-1933, Connecticut and California, overall with bronzed strapwork frame, 27” by 33”. $1250.
18th or 19th century Continental Madonna with Christ child. 32″ x 28″. Oil on canvas. Restored. $595.
Scene of American woodland path with bridge over stream. 19th c. 11″ x 17″. $340.
Signed English watercolor by H. Measham, R.C.A. River and Farmhouse watercolor. $295.
19th c. Welsh painting. Titled “On the Llugwy, N.W.” by Albert Gyngell. 40” x 35”. $2400.
The Magi before the ruins of Rome. 17th or 18th century, oil on canvas with later frame. Finely painted figures in symbolic portrayal.
Overall 38” x 32”. $2500.
Pair of large and colorful steeplechase scenes. These are full of action and details of the event. The size for each is 31” x 45” overall. English, late 19th century. Attractive later walnut stained cove frames. $2450 the pair.
American late 19th century still life in its original walnut frame with gilt liner. 22” X 27”. $565.
This fairly large canvas, “Italian Moonlight Scene” Young offers a quiet evening view of a shepherd in hat and vest with his flock following a road, roaming the grounds, and wandering alongside the villa where, inside, the glow of light offers a glimpse of the warmth within. The soft light of the moon filters through the pines and whitens the stuccoed arched veranda and walls beneath the red tiled roof. Sight is 23 1/2″ X 29 1/2″, overall 32″ X 39″. This is a well preserved canvas with no apparent repair and not yet cleaned. The reeded, molded, and bronzed period frame is in very nice condition. Signed and dated in the lower right “C. L. V. Young, Italy, 1900″. Titled on frame verso, “Sheep in Moonlight”. Own this painting to keep the peace of the Italian countryside close at hand. $975.
Still life of grapes, oil on board by Barton Stone Hays, 1816-1914. Listed in Falk’s. Signed lower right. Image 6 ½” x 8”. $795.
Portrait of a lovely young girl in a white dress against a blue sky. Artist’s board with later frame. Mid 19th century. Image 9” X 12’. $875.
American scene on board, 11 ½” X 15 ½” overall. A couple at shore views a sunbeam highlighting a distant town. $650.
“Old Baldy, Winter Day” by F. M. Moore, Carmel, CA, 1877-1967, oil on canvas, signed lower right. 23 1/2″ X 33 1/2″ $950
The scene depicts eight revelers beside Bacchus, each engaged in the conversation as well as the wine. The work is of the school or possibly the studio of Diego Velazquez, 1599-1660.
Strong use of colors and dramatic shadows give this piece great appeal. At center, the wine bowl is our favorite blue on white Delft. The frame is later and of very high quality as well as correct in style for the period. Overall size is 29” X 36”.