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TEFAF New York 2017

October 28 – November 1, 2017

TEFAF New York 2017
TEFAF New York 2017
TEFAF New York 2017
AMERICAN or EUROPEAN SCHOOL (Second quarter 19th century)

AMERICAN or EUROPEAN SCHOOL (Second quarter 19th century)
Portrait of a Gentleman, with a Cotton Plantation in the Background, about 1840–55
Oil on canvas, 17 x 14 1/8 in.

LOUIS-MAURICE BOUTET DE MONVEL (1851–1913)

LOUIS-MAURICE BOUTET DE MONVEL (1851–1913)
La Dame Blanche (Lady in White), about 1903
Oil on canvas, 47 1/2 x 33 1/2 in.
Signed (at lower right): M. B. de Monvel

 

JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY (1738–1815)

JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY (1738–1815)
Portrait of Anne Boutineau Robinson, 1769
Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 in.
Signed with monogram and dated (in lower right spandrel): JC 1769

 

WILLIAM MICHAEL HARNETT (1848–1892)

WILLIAM MICHAEL HARNETT (1848–1892)
The Smoker’s Companions, 1878
Oil on canvas, 9 x 12 in.  
Signed and dated (at lower left): WMHARNETT / 1878 [initials in monogram]

 

CHILDE HASSAM (1859–1935)

CHILDE HASSAM (1859–1935)
Woman at the Door, about 1889
Watercolor on paper, 14 3/4 x 10 in.
Signed: (at lower right): Childe Hassam

 

GASTON LACHAISE (1882–1935)

GASTON LACHAISE (1882–1935)
Mask: Portrait of Marie Pierce, 1925
Nickel-plated bronze, 6 3/4 in. high (excluding original black Belgian marble base)
Signed, dated, and inscribed (with incised mark, on the back): G. Lachaise / © / 1925

 

Square Table in the Aesthetic Taste, about 1880

Square Table in the Aesthetic Taste, about 1880
A. & H. Lejambre, Philadelphia
Rosewood, with fruitwood, inlays of silver (?) and mixed metals, brass over wood baguette moldings, and brass straps and sabots
27 1/4 in. high, 20 1/8 in. square

WILLIAM JOSEPH MCCLOSKEY (1859–1941)

WILLIAM JOSEPH MCCLOSKEY (1859–1941)
Valencia Oranges, 1889
Oil on canvas, 11 x 24 in.
Signed and dated (at lower right): W. J. McCloskey / 1889 

 

JOHN FREDERICK PETO (1854–1907)

JOHN FREDERICK PETO (1854–1907)
Mugs, Bottle, and Pipe, 1890
Oil on canvas, 12 1/4 x 16 1/4 in.
Signed and dated (at lower right): J.F. Peto 4.90

 

MAURICE BRAZIL PRENDERGAST (1859–1924)

MAURICE BRAZIL PRENDERGAST (1859–1924)
Holiday, Headlands, about 1900–05
Watercolor on paper, 15 1/2 x 11 1/4 in.
Signed and inscribed (at lower right): Prendergast; (on the back): Sheltered Cove

Pier Table with Carved Tablet in the Neo-Classical Taste, about 1805–10

Pier Table with Carved Tablet in the Neo-Classical Taste, about 1805–10
Thomas Seymour (1771–1848); carving by Thomas Whitman (arrived in the United States, 1797; died 1827), Boston
Mahogany (secondary woods: cherry and mahogany), with gilt-brass gallery and marble top
35 1/4 in. high, 55 in. wide, 26 1/2 in. deep
Inscribed (on underside of marble top): Joel Koopman / 18 Beacon Street / Boston Mass.

CHARLES SHEELER (1883–1965)

CHARLES SHEELER (1883–1965)
Ephrata, 1934
Tempera on Masonite, 3 1/2 x 4 3/4 in.
Signed, dated, and inscribed (at lower right): Sheeler; (on the back): Ephrata—1934 / Charles Sheeler

RAFFAELLO SORBI (1844–1931)

RAFFAELLO SORBI (1844–1931)
The Bocce Court, 1893
Oil on canvas, 15 x 25 in.
Signed and dated (at lower left): Raf Sorbi / 1893

 

FRITS THAULOW (1847–1906)

FRITS THAULOW (1847–1906)
Under the Rialto Bridge of Venice, 1885
Oil on canvas, 25 x 34 in.
Signed, dated, and inscribed (at lower right): Frits Thaulow Venezia 85

 

Tall Case Clock in the Aesthetic Taste, about 1882

Tall Case Clock in the Aesthetic Taste, about 1882
Tiffany & Co. (1837–present), New York
Walnut (secondary woods: oak and walnut), with brass, nickeled metal, and glass
102 in. high, 24 ½ in. wide, 13 7/8 in. deep
Signed and dated (on dial): Tiffany & Co. Makers; (on back of works): Tiffany & Co. / Patented Nov 7th 1882.

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