Sunday, October 10, 2004 Auction Results
1 John W. Gregory: (1903
- 1992) Provincetown's premier photographer. The Smithsonian considered
him one of America's finest pictorial photographers. Studied at Art
Student's League of New York and with distinguished artist John Sloan.
"Dragger", original photography, 6.5 x 4.5, SLR
1.1 John W. Gregory: Information previously listed (Lot #1).
"Thunderhead", original photography, 6.5 x 4.5, SLR
2 signed Perry: This painting was created for
the PAAM Silent Panel Auction. Unsure of who the artist is.
"Untitled Bay View", oil on board, 12 x 12, SLR
3 signed Baird: Extensive research did not
yield which Baird painted this painting as there are several listed. The
painting's provenance originally came from California.
"Untitled Portrait", oil on board, 24 x 18, SLL
3a Ruth Resnick: Not much found on this early
Provincetown painter. She painted with Ethel Baker Mayo for years.
"Provincetown Scape", watercolor, 20" x 15", unsigned (from estate of Ethel Baker Mayo)
4 John Berger: Extensive research on this
artist yielded an author that resided in Provincetown and taught at the
FAWC. Not sure whether he painted or not, but still a great minimalist
painting from the 1960's era.
"Runners", oil on board, 20 x 24, signed verso
"Untitled Landscape", oil on board, 20 x 16, unsigned
6 J. H. Hall: (1913-2002)
Works in Provincetown Art Assoc. & Museum's permanent collection and
the Cape Museum of Fine Art, Dennis, MA. Painted on Cape Cod and
"Abstract" d.1946, oil on canvas, 22 x 26, SLR
7 Walter Franklin Lansil: (1846-1925)
Studied in Bangor, ME with JP Hardy and at the Academie Julian, Paris,
1880. Member of: Bangor AA, 1876, Boston AC, 1877. Exhibits include
Boston AC, 1874-1909, NAD, 1878-92, PAFA Ann., 1880, 1882. Works at Boston
AC. Known for his New Hampshire landscape paintings, listed in Who's was
Who in Amer. Art, Askart.com and others.
"Untitled Landscape", oil on canvas, 24 x 18, SLR w/monogram
8 Lisa Anderson-Bisson: (b.1955) Studied
at Tufts Univ. and MFA, Boston (1986-1990). Exhibited: Brush with History
Gallery, (solo, 1986, Animal Rights Education), Art Alive Gallery, Lowell,
Ma. (1980, The Christmas) PAAM, MFA,
Bank of Boston. Awards from Kodak, Lowell Sun, Chaser Bar,
Provincetown and others. Cover of Provincetown Magazine (photo contest,
1998, May) and Kodak Intl. Newspaper Snapshot Awards (1988, Lowell Sun, 1rst
place "Untitled and 3rd place "King Richard). Recently relocated to Provincetown.
"Pamet" d.2003, oil on canvas, 12 x 24, SLR
9 Judith Fulmer: (b.1962)
Represented by the Wohlfarth Gallery, Provincetown and ongoing representation at Waverly Frame and Art, Woodstock,
Maryland and Sea-N-Stars Guest Suites, Rehoboth, Delaware. Has also shown at Icon Gallery, Julie Heller Gallery and others.
Studied at CCSA under Griffel, DiMestico and Boynton. Also studied
at Towson Univ. and Schuler Sch. Of Fine Arts. She has had countless group
and solo shows. Member of Pastel
Painters Society of Cape Cod, Howard Count Arts Council, Mid Atlantic
Plein Air Painters Assn and PAAM.
"Morning Garden", oil on board, 11 x 8.5, SLR
10 Peter Schnore: Accomplished artist, art
writer and consultant in Philadelphia area. Member of Philadelphia Sketch
club, NAD and others. Studied at Calif. Coll. of Arts (MFA) and Penn.
Acad. of FA (received Cresson European Travel Award). Taught at Baum Sch.
of Art, Northampton Comm. Coll., Kutztown St. Coll. Exhibitions are many
and include Reading Public Mus., Wash. & Jefferson Coll., Lehigh Valley Hos.,
PA. State Mus. Annual (best in show), NAD (B. Altmann Landscape prize), Phila.
Sketch Club (McKenzie Medal). Works in private and public collections and
also at Reading Pub. Mus., Wash. & Jef. Coll. and Lehigh Valley Hosp. to
name a few.
"Untitled Portrait", oil on linen, 32 x 22, signed verso
10a Jim Manning: Well known Provincetown
Artist/Sculptor/Assemblage Artist known for utilizing old pieces of wood to make
furniture, grandfather clocks and other items. Representations and
exhibitions include PAAM, TJ Walton Gallery and others. He moved to New
Hampshire 2 years back and it was Provincetown's loss.
"Untitled Clock", sculpture, 7.75 x 4.5 x 4.5, signed inside
11 Helen Rundell: Studied
at Univ. at Stony Brook, NY, Edna St. Vincent Millay Col. for the Arts,
Austerlitz, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs. Works grace 22 American
embassies on 4 continents.
The recipient of countless awards, prizes and exhibitions, her works can be
found at River City Gallery, Bangor, ME., Fahringers Gallery, Me., The Gallery
on Chase Hill, Me., The Bayview Gallery, also in Maine, Doug Meyer Fine Art in
Brooklyn, NY and others. Prominent collections include: Rockefeller,
Standard Oil, Xerox, IBM, Natl. Mus. of Am. Art, DC, Smithsonian, National
Military Acad., Southold Mus., Long Island, Vanderbilt Mus., Nassau County
Fine Arts Mus., Owensboro Mus. of FA, Mus. at State Univ., Stony Brook and
"Farm Scene", limited edition print #247 of 300, 18 x 25, SLR
12 Chaim Gross: (1904-1991)
Impossible to list all the showings, exhibits and awards credited to this
artist so here are the highlights: Studied; National Academy Fine
Arts, Budapest, ASL with Robert Laurent and BAID under Elie Nadelman.
Member of Sculptors Guild (board member), NIAL, AEA, Am. Artists Congress.
Exhibits include; Provincetown (The Tourist, a bronze in front of Heritage
Museum), PAFA, many years and prizes, Salons of America, WFNY, Sculptors
Guild, MoMA, CAM, FAP, AV, Paris Salon, BM, Jewish Museum, NYC.
Works at: Hirshhorn Museum, MoMA, MMA, WMAA, NMAA, Main Post Office,
Washington DC, Federal Trade Commission, Wash. DC, and countless others.
Was also a well known WPA artist. He was active in Provincetown from
1924, 1938-39 and 1943 on. He has been on TV shows on wood
sculpting, books, children's books, etc. Very well listed and collected
"Net Menders", limited edition print #107 of 250, 18.5 x 25.5, SLR
13 Ben Ganz: (b.1896-1996)
Studied: ASL, Grand Central Art School, exhibits include; AWCS, ACA
Gallery, Salons of America and others. Well listed in Who's Who. New
York painter known for his land and cityscapes and watercolors.
"Untitled Townscape", watercolor, 11.5 x 15.5, SLR
14 Mary Humphreys Sloane: (born
1913) Studied at Wells College, AB 1931, Columbia Univ., also with
George Picken. Member: Artists Equity Assn, NAWA, Cape Cod AA,
Provincetown AA, Springfield Art League. Exhibits include: Minot
State Teachers College, ND 1962, New Mexico Highlands Univ., 1963,
Unitarian Soc., Amherst, MA. 1968, Intl Group, Roland Gibson Art
Found., 1968, St. Paul's School, Concord, NH, 1969. Awards include:
medal of honor, NAWA, 1957, Silvermine Art Guild, 1957, Springfield Art
League, 1959. Mass State Art Chairman, Am. Assn. Univ. Women Art
Leader. Teaches and lectures on art to colleges and library
"Untitled Abstract", oil on canvas, 30.5 x 24, SLR
14a Doris Meltzer: (born 1908) Studied at
NYU (BS, art educ., 1933), ASL, 1939 with Kantor and Zorach. Member of Am
Art. Cons. Soc., Oriental Ceramic Soc., London, AFA, Phila. Pr. Club., Am. Color
Pr. Soc., Nat. Serigraph Soc., Art Lg. Am. Exhibits include: WFNY, 1939,
Laguna Beach AA, 1943-46, Northwest PM, LOC., Newport AA, MMA. Work at:
PMA, AAUW, Office Int. Am. Affairs, Wesleyan Univ., Phillips Exeter Acad., MMA,
SFMA, City Lib., Springfield, MA., US State Dept., Pennell Coll., LOC, Flower
Hospital, NYC. Well listed FAP, WPA artist. Owner of Doris Meltzer
Gallery from 1963 on.
"Truro Beach", silkscreen, 9 x 13.5, SLR
15 Donald Witherstine: (1896-1961)
Well listed etcher and painter. Studied at AIC, PAFA and under
George Elmer Browne. Exhibited at AIC, 1925. Works at Peoria,
Il AI, Bloomington AA and Univ. of Illinois. Woodblock prints
selected by Artists Allied of America as Society's gift to its member,
"Cape Cod Dunes", etching, 4 x 6, unsigned
16 C. L. Meisel: Extensive research
yielded nothing on this artist. The painting came from a New Jersey
"Untitled Shore Scape" d.1958, oil on board, 12 x 16, SLL
17 John Clayton: (b.1961)
Represented by William Scott Gallery, also in New Hope, PA. Student:
Art Students League under Dinnerstein and MB McKenzie, also NA of Design,
NY (scholarship winner twice), Cape Cod School of Art; PAAM Emerging
Artist Show, 1988. Countless collections.
"Provincetown View", oil on board, 8 x 10, signed verso
17a Edith Walker Oliver (E. Oliver): (1889-1979) Spent time in
Provincetown circa 1940's or 50's and made some lovely prints which she often
hand-colored, quite extensively. Known for her historic house etchings
also. Very involved in the St. Petersburg, Florida art scene.
"Wren Tower, Provincetown", hand colored etching, 5 x 3.5, SLR
18 Hilda Neily: Represented
by the Hilda Neily Gallery, Provincetown. Studied at Cape Cod School
of Art under Henry Hensche. Accomplished
Provincetown artist with countless shows, awards, many collections and
highly sought out for her plein aire paintings.
"Macmillan Wharf", oil on board, 10 x 8, SLR
did not reach reserve, unsold
19 Blossom Newman: (b.1933)
by the Cottontail Gallery, Wellfleet. Studied: Pratt Institute, NY,
and Art School in Germany, MFA in Boston and also at Univ. of Hartford and
in Provincetown under: Meta Warrick Fuller (student of
Rodin), Peter Abate, Alf Branconier, Marcie Howe and also Dionos Owens,
Frank Milby, Carol Westcott, Lois Griffel, Sal del Deo, Phyllis Szerejko
and Vicky Tomayko. Exhibits include: NE Sculpture Assc., Springfield
MFA, Berkshire Mus, Boston Winter Festival, Copley Society, Eye of Hours,
Provincetown, PAAM, Orleans Town Hall, Cape Cod Conservatory, Federal
Reserve Bank in Boston, Channel C3TV, Artisttheatre, Marion Theatre, Guyer
Barn, Wellfleet Library and Snow Library in Orleans. Awards include:
Sudbury AA, Lowell AA, CCAA (first prize), Chatham CAC, MFA in Brewster
and others. Very well listed and in countless shows and awards.
"Captain Jack's Wharf" d.2004, oil on board, 12 x 16, SLR
19a James M. Sessions: (1882-1962)
Studied at AIC (1903-06). Exhibited at MMA, AIC, CMA, Milwaukee AM,
Campanile Gal., Chicago (1982). Works at Chicago Tribune Collection, JP
Speed Mus., Great Lakes Naval Training Inst., NY Graphic Soc., "American
Masters Collection", Borg-Warner Collection. A master watercolorist
compared to John Whorf, Ogden, Pleissner, Ripley and Gallagher. Produced
calendars for Brown & Bigelow and his WW II scenes were exhibited at MMA and
a subject of a book. Well listed artist.
"Rocks at Rye", watercolor, 14 x 18, SLR
20 Gerry Brennan: (b.1941)
Show at Provincetown Library, August 2003. Studied under Jim Peters,
Steve Kennedy and Gail Browne, PIAI and Ilona Royce Smithkin at PAAM.
Also with Marjorie Portnow, FAWC and Castle Hill (landscape). Also
had entered PAAM Member's Juried and sold in first days.
Emerging artist to watch.
"Race Point Lighthouse", oil on board, 16 x 20, SLR
21 Richard Stalter: Listed artist (Askart.com)
and painter that lives in Gaylordsville, Ct. Member of Kent AA. Exhibits
include The Club, Washington, Ben Georgia FA Studio, NJ, Kent AA (jury selector,
2003), Gregory James Gallery.
"Untitled Mud head", oil on board, 12 x 9, SLR
21a Eliot (Candee) Clark: (1883-1980) Studied
at ASL with J. Twachtman, W. Clark and in Europe, 1904-06. Member:
National Academy, 1944 (pres., 1956-59, AWCS (pres., 1920-23), Allied Artists
Am. (pres., 1945-53), NSS (honorary member), NAC (life member), CAFA.
Exhibited at: NYWC, 1892 (at age 9), Boston AC, NAD, 1899-1950, prizes in 1912
& 22), SAA, AWCS, AIC, St. Louis Art Mus., Doll & Richards Gal., Boston,
Corcoran Gallery, Katz Gallery, NYC, Carnegie Inst., PAFA, Albright Art Ga.,
CAM., RISD, VMFA, NAC, SC, Macdowell Club, NYC (with Leon Kroll), and countless
others. Works at: MMA, NAD, NAC, Baltimore Mus. Art, Dayton Mus. Art.,
Dayton AI, Muncie AA, Witte Mem. Mus., Ft. Worth AA, Wichita Falls Women's Club,
Ft. Worth Women's Club and San Antonio Art Mus. Son of landscape painter,
Walter Clark. Taught at NAC, ASL, and many other places. Extremely
"Abstract Landscape", oil on canvas, 7.375 x 8.575, SLL
22 William Nihill: (b.1980)
Studied at Mass Art.
Member of Duxbury AA, shows in Duxbury
(Juried). Was also represented at Kyle Studio Gallery in Falmouth.
"Blackfish Creek", oil on canvas, 8 x 10, SLL
22a Dorothy Lake Gregory: (1893
- 1970) Extremely popular early illustrator and artist, over 20
books and magazines including "Alice in Wonderland", exhibitions at Museum of Modern Art, National Academy
of Design, studied under Hawthorne, wife of Ross Moffett.
"Untitled Three Ladies", mono print, 7 x 9, SLR
23 John (Cutberth) Hare: (1909
- 1978) Well known Provincetown, Gloucester and St.
Augustine. Known as the dean of watercolorist on Cape Cod, his works have
lately become highly coveted. He had exhibited at one time with the Munson
Gallery. Resided in 1939 in St. Augustine and was one of the Art Club
members. He had an incredible gift of painting water/shore scapes.
"Drifting Mist", watercolor, 7 x 8, SLR
24 Gordon Dean Smith: (born in 1897 in
Edinburgh Scotland. He came here as an infant and was raised in Chicago. later
he moved to New York City and painted and illustrated for Motor Boating
Magazine. He travelled extensively in Europe and painted for several years
there. He also painted many Cape Cod scenes, some of which are still in
the family. I have noticed on a couple of other websites that he is being confused with a Canadian artist of the same name whose work looks very different from my uncle's. My uncle painted illustrations for the Wurlitzer piano and organ company and also painted illustrations for the war effort at sea (WWII) promoting the use of asbestos in ship building. He was commissioned to paint portraits and worked in oil, water color and pastel..
"Provincetown Dock Scene" c.1940's, oil on board, 12 x 12, SLR, auctioned off by Mystic Auction House in Connecticut in the early 1990's.
25 Agnes Weinrich: (1873
- 1946) Studied at AIC, ASL with Albert Gleizes, Paris and in
Berlin, Rome and Florence. In Provincetown, she studied under Charles
Hawthorne and Blanche Lazzell. Member of NY Soc. Women Artists
(organizer, director), New England Soc. Cont. Art., Provincetown AA.
Exhibited at Brown-Robinson Gallery, NYC, Phila. Acad., Boston MFA, PMG,
Boston AC, Harley Perkins Gal., Boston, Provincetown AA, Soc. Indep.
Artists, Salons of Am. AIC, PAFA, Corcoran Gallery. Works at PAAM, PMG and
others. Known for her abstracts, etchings, and block prints.
Well listed and collected.
"Untitled Mud head", "Untitled Home Scape" (painting on back), oil on board, 6.5 x 5, SLL
*One of the most darling 2-sided paintings probably painted during her studies under Charles Hawthorne. The backside is of a home and landscape.
26 Ernie Amaral: Well known local artist and in Florida with many showing and galleries (Renaissance
III) in the past in Provincetown. Known for his mosaic style paintings. Private
collections include Bill Gates and Microsoft. Had a patron who
sponsored his painting career.
"Bird in Mosaic Tile" d.1997, mixed media on canvas, 30 x 44, SLR
27 Harold C. Dunbar: (1882-1953)
Teacher, painter and writer. Exhibited at Boston Art Club 1905-07,
PAFA 1906 & 1913,, 1917-1923 and 1931. Also at Corcoran Gallery
1914, AWCs, 1917 and the Art Institute of Chicago. Works at:
Radcliffe College, State House, Montpelier, VT, Beuchner Hospital, Ohio,
Empire Theatre, NY and in Chatham, Ma. Well listed on
Who's Who and AskART.com.
"The Discoverer", oil on canvas, 24 x 36, SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
28 Frederick M. Spiegle: (1863-1942)
Lived in NYC and studied in Paris. Exhibits include NY Etching Club
(1886), S. Indp. A. (1918), Salons of Am. (1934), "Painters-Etchers",
Parrish AM (1984). His etchings were published by C. Klackner in NYC
(1885), featuring animals and sentimental genre scenes. Listed in Who was
Who in American Art.
"Untitled Choirboys" d.1886, engraving on paper, 28.5 x 19.5, SLL in plate
28a Chaim Gross: Information previously listed
"Portrait" d.1964, original drawing, 12 x 9.75, SLL
29 Henry Leonczyk, Jr.: (b.1951) Has exhibited past 3 years in Provincetown. Recently awarded Best
in Show, 2003, Springfield Art League, Northeast Juried Division. Received Associates of Science in Graphic Arts, Springfield Tech, also Fitchburg State Col, BS in Elementary Ed/Art Minor, 1973. Studied under Paul Skopp of Springfield and CCSA under Lois Griffel. Member of Springfield Art League, 2003 in Invitational
Exhibition. Works in countless collections including "JOBI' collection in Truro, Ma.
"Moors Panorama", oil on board, 8.5 x 18, SLR
30 Bonnie Whittingham: (early
20th century, died 2000) Studied at PAFA, Barnes Foundation.
Exhibited: Art Alliance, PA, PAFA (3 prizes), Shore Galleries, Boston and
Provincetown. Many private and public collections, listed in Who's
Who, AskArt, Davenport's.
"Untitled Shore Scene", oil on canvas, 12 x 28, SLL
31 Ethel Baker Mayo: Early Provincetown artist and family with ties to early Provincetown.
Not many paintings out there by Ethel or Cecil for that matter. Great
paintings and of an early time in Provincetown.
"Still Life", oil on board, 20 x 16, SLR
32 William H. Littlefield: (1902
- 1969) Strong Massachusetts affiliation, known for his figure,
genre and murals. Studied at Harvard, exhibited at: PAFA, WMA, MoMA,
WMAA, BMFA, Wadsworth, Dallas Museum of FA, Paris and many more. Works at:
BMFA, FMA, WMA, Smith College, Vassar College, U. Mass and many others. Was
a prolific writer as well. Extremely collectible and prices only
"Illegible Title, Man with Wings" d.1939, oil on canvas, 18 x 15, SLR
32a George Elmer Browne: (1871
- 1946) Famed artist/teacher who painted in Provincetown from
1919-45. Countless shows, awards, worldwide. French Government
bought one of his paintings in 1904. Studied at BMFA, Academie
Paris. Works hang at MMA, NAD, NYPL, TMA, etc. Too much to
list, well listed in Who's Who, Askart, etc. Works have sold for as high as
28,750 in 1997 in auction.
"Untitled Ship", charcoal on paper, 4 x 7.5, unsigned (from sketchbook)
33 Chuck Anzalone: Represented
by Thanassi Gallery in Provincetown. Studied at Art Institute,
Boston, 1972 (graduate). Shows and exhibitions include; Alumni Show,
AIB, 92,Jacob Fanning Gallery, Wellfleet, 1993-95, Charles Baltivik
Gallery, Provincetown, 1996-2001, The Art House, Brewster, 2002, Studio
34, Ptown, 2002. Several juried shows at PAAM. Well collected
"View from My Studio", oil on board, 18 x 14, SLR
34 Libby Trynz: (1904-2000)
Painted in Provincetown for over 55 years, studied for many years at PAAM.
Mentor was Remo Farruggio, recent PAAM auction yielded a new record price.
"Abstract Townscape" d.1973, oil on canvas, 25 x 30, SLR
34a Albert Edel: (1890
- 1961) Strong affiliation with Provincetown and Massachusetts.
Exhibited at PAAM and is in their permanent collection. Often known for his marine renderings. As time has passed with each
auction, I have been able to gather more information about him. He
had a gallery name the Edel Gallery in Provincetown in the 1960's. Was a predominant etcher.
Each auction, the prices are going up.
"Higgins Wharf", hand colored etching/aquatint, 4 x 5, SLR
35 Robert Passarelli: Gloucester artist.
Extensive research on this artist yielded nothing. Great painting
"Glouster*, Sunday Morning", oil on board, 12 x 16, SLR
*This is the way it is spelled on verso of painting. Artist is good painter and lousy speller.
36 Erna Partoll: (b.1932)
Represented by the Berta Walker Gallery (since 1996). Studied in
college in Switzerland and also in London, Paris, Montreal and
Toronto. Came to US in 1960 (NY) attending ASL (Theodoros Stamos,
Will Barnet and Howard Trafton). Also at New School of Social
Research. Year-round Provincetown painter since 1970. Received
a fellowship with Paul Resika (FAWC, 1995). Exhibits include: East
End Gallery (1978), PAAM (1971 on), Outermost Gallery (1982,
retrospective), Gallery 331 and founder of Visual Artists
Cooperative. Director of PAAM archival project "Artist's Master
"Waterfront IV", oil on board, 12 x 16, SLR and verso
37 Devon Blackwell: (born 1969) Studied
at Mass. College of Art (mid 90's, painting/photography). Exhibitions
include San Francisco Zen Center, Vaierty Club Preview Room (Hobart
Building). Born in 1969, Devon Blackwell studied
photography at Massachusetts College of Art in the
mid-nineties. Exhibitions include: San Francisco Zen Center
(Blessings and Curses, 2/2000, solo), "Life Outside" 2/2000 (solo),
Ibiza (8/2000, Oakland, Ca.), and at the
Variety Club Preview Room (2/2004) in the Hobart Building in
San Francisco. He recently moved to Fall River, Ma.
"Olanzapine #8" & "Olanzapine #9" (diptych), oil/charcoal/pastel on canvas, 24 x 24 (both), both signed verso
38 Diana Horowitz: (born 1958) Studied
at: Suny Purchase, NY (BFA, 1980), MFA Rome Painting, Tyler School of Art, Phila.,
PA. (83-84), Brooklyn College (MFA, 1987). Exhibits include: Westbeth
Gallery, NY (1982), PAAM (82, 83, 89), Swansboro Gallery, Wellfleet (83),
Hirschl & Adler Modern, NY (solo, 2003), Hackett-Freedman Gallery, SF (solo,
1989, 91, 96, 2002 - present), MB Modern, NY (solo, 2000), Zintz, Meyer &
Lux (solo, 1995), Realist Gallery, SF, Sazama Gallery , Chicago (1989-present),
Suffolk Comm. Coll., NY, Hell's Kitchen Gallery, Provincetown (85-87), American
Italian Hist. Assoc., Wash. DC (84), Pepper Gallery, Boston, NY Studio Sch., NY,
Swarthmore Coll., PA., The FORBES Magazine Gall., NY, Temple Univ., Rome, Italy,
Neuberger Mus. of Art, NY, Amer. Acad. of Arts & Letters, NY, Gallery North,
NY, NY Univ., Slover-McCutcheon Gall., Houston, Tx., Contemporary Realist Gall,
SF. Univ. of Nr. Iowa, The Trenton City Mus., NY Acad. of Art, Gibbes Mus. of
Art, SC and Bayly Mus. of Art, VA., First Street Gallery and many others. 1996,
was awarded the prestigious Rosenthal Award for Young Painters. Daughter of
famed local artist Brenda Horowitz.
"Still Life with Pitcher" d.1987, oil on linen, 9.5 x 12.5, SLR
38.1 Diana Horowitz: Information previously
listed (Lot #38).
"Still Life with Fruit" d.1987, oil on linen, 10.25 x 12.25, SLL
39 Charles Emile Heil: (1870-1950)
Studied at Cowles Art School with DeCamp and Major, also in Paris. Member:
Boston WCC, Boston SWCP, Chicago SE, Calif. PM, SAE, AFA, Phila. WCC.
Exhibits include: Boston AC 1896-1909, AIC, PAFA 1903, Pan Pac Expo, SF
1915 (gold medal winner), Soc. Indep. Artists 1917, Salons of America,
1924, Jordan Marsh 1938 and again at PAFA 1940. Works at Worcester
Art. Mus., Malden Public Library, NYPL, Concord AA, AIC, CMA, Cincinnati
Mus., BMFA, FMA, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, AIC, Yale, LACMA, CM,
Munich Inst. Very well listed artist.
"Song Sparrow", etching, 3 x 3, SLR
39.1 Charles Emile Heil: Information previously listed (Lot #39).
"Ruffed Grouse", etching, 10 x 8.5, SLR
40 John Dowd: (b.1960)
Represented by the William Scott Gallery, Provincetown, and the new
William Scott Gallery in South Boston, 450 Huntington Avenue, Room 318.
Studied at Notre Dame (architecture), Major award (Altmann Prize) from
National Academy of Design. Very collected local artist,
"Summer of ....." annual posters feature one of his works for
last several years. His 2004 show nearly sold out with over 55 new
paintings being offered and only a very few that did not. Highly
"Herring Cove Dunes", oil on linen, 11 x 14, SLR
40a Adrian Murphy: (deceased,
20th century) Was represented by the Kendall Art Gallery and also
Tom Gaglione Gallery, Wellfleet. Member of PAAM and in countless
corporate and private collections including the prestigious Jobi
Collection in Truro, Massachusetts.
"Untitled Abstract", oil on board, 24 x 20, SLR
did not reach reserve, unsold
41 Gordon Hansen: (1904
- 1972) Studied at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1925 - 32, newspaper artist
at Boston Art Club, 1931, Jordan Marsh's Sixth Annual Exhibitions, 1936,
Cape Museum of Fine Arts, 1989, staff illustrator Boston Herald Traveler,
1928 - 67, Covers of New Yorker and Cosmopolitan Magazine, 1950's, listed
in Who was Who in American Art.
"My Garden Plot", oil on board, 12 x 16, unsigned, from the Gordon Hansen estate
42 Albert Kotin: (1907-1980) Studied at
ASL, NAD and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown (1924-29) and at Acad.
Colarossi, Acad. Julian & Acad. Grande Chaumiere, Paris, 1929-32).
Also at Atelier de Fresque with Baudouin and Hans Hofmann in NY and Provincetown,
1946-50). Member of: Am. Artists congress, Woodstock AA. Exhibits include:
An Am. Group, 1938, Syracuse Mus. FA, LOC Print Exhibit, 1947, 9th Street Show,
NY, 1951, New York Artists Ann, Stable Gal., 1952-57, Gal. Iris Clert, Paris,
1960, Grand Central Mod., NY, 1958 (solo), Artful Eye Gal, Lambertville, NJ,
1988 (retrospective). Awards include NJ Post Office Comp., US Treasury
Dept., 1937 (first prize), Longview fund, 1962 (purchase award). Works at:
Syracuse Mus. FA, Kalamazoo, IA., NYU, Brooklyn Pub. Lib., Newark Board Educ.,
Long Island Univ. and others. Was also a WPA Artist. Well listed in
Who was Who and others.
"Abstract", oil/mixed media on paper, 9.5 x 7, SLR
42a Marston Dean Hodgin: (1903-2002)
Studied with EF Brown, RL Coats, JO Hopkins, Charles Hawthorne, Earlham College
(AB), Indiana Univ., Univ. of Chicago, RE Burke, TC Steele and W. Sargent.
Member of Richmond AA, Provincetown AA, Oxford AC. Exhibits include
Richmond AA, 1922-41 (prizes in 25,27,28,33,36 and 41), Provincetown AA
(1948-64), CM (1949-52 and 59-61), Butler AI, Dayton AI, Milch Gal, NYC (solo),
Athena Gal., K.Kae Gal. Works at Earlham College, Miami Univ., Oxford AA
and PAAM. Well listed and well collected.
"Beached Dories", watercolor, 20 x 26, SLR
43 Henry Hensche: (1901 - 1992) Studied with Charles Hawthorne at Cape
School of Art, also at AIC, NAD, ASL, Beaux Arts. Started Cape Cod School of Art (1930, named in
35) after Charles Hawthorne's passing (was Cape School of Art). Member of Salmagundi Club, PAAM, Grand Central Art Gallery, Boston Guild of Artists. Exhibits include: PAFA (1929-30, 1932), NAD (1930-Hallgarten prize), Corcoran Gallery biennials 1928-37 (5 exhibits), AIC, PAAM, Mint. Mus. Art, Jordan Marsh, Boston, Evanston AA, Oklahoma AA. Works at Chrysler Collection, Harvard Club, NY, Oklahoma Museum, Mint.
Mus. Art, and others. Also painted numerous landscapes, still-lifes and
portraits in Louisiana. Extremely well listed artist. His birth date,
although proof showing he was born in 1899, he wished it known that he was
born in 1901 and that is what is on his grave stone in Truro.
"Portrait*" c.1920-30's, oil on canvas, 34 x 28, SUR
*The estate this came from gives credence to the possibility that the image is of Mrs. Walter Chrysler.
44 John Hare: Information previously listed (Lot #23).
"Low Tide", watercolor, 7 x 8, SLR
45 Helen Sawyer (Farnsworth): (1900-1999)
Studied at Masters Sch. Dobbs Ferry and NAD under Charles Hawthorne and
Johansen. Member ANA, 1937, PAAM, Yonkers AA, Hudson Valley AA, NAC,
Florida Artists Group (president 1935-55). Exhibits include: PAFA
1923-25 and 32-36, AIC, Carnegie National, MMA, Corcoran Gal, SF Worlds'
Fair, NYWF, AIC, Atlanta Museum. Many awards in above shows.
Works at: WMAA, PAFA, LOC, John Herron AI, Vanderpoel Coll., Atlanta Mus.,
First National Bank, NY and others. Very well listed and collected
artist. Just had retrospective in 2004 (Summer) at Truro Historical
"Bass Fishermen", oil on canvas, 25 x 30, signed verso, exhibition label on verso
46 Barbara Stoughton: (20th
Century) Local Provincetown
woodblock printmaker. Member of PAAM, studied under Kathi Smith.
"Tulip Tide II" d.2002, white line wood block, 5 x 7, SLR
46a James Hansen: (1951-1997) James
Hansen came to Provincetown in the early 1980s and worked for several summers in
a studio at the Fine Arts Work Center. During his years in Provincetown, he
befriended many local artists, including sculptor Paul Bowen, and painters
Claude Simard and Myriam Laplante. James died in 1997 at the age of 45. An
instructor at Yale and Brandeis, he exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary
Art in Boston, the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City, the Alpha Gallery in
Boston, the UFO and East End galleries in Provincetown, the Eva Cohen Gallery in
Chicago and in numerous other locations across the U.S. His work is in permanent
collections of the Boston Public Library, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the
Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Cantor Art Gallery, Boston,
Portland State Univ. and others. He is the recipient of a National Endowment for
the Arts grant and a fellowship from the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and
"Untitled Smiling Faces Abstract", oil/sand on canvas, 46 x 53, unsigned
unsold, available for 500.00
47 Joseph Biel: (1891-1943)
Studied: Russian Academy, ASL, Workman/s College, Melbourne. Member
of ASL, Artists Union, Am. Artists Congress, Whitney Studio Club, Artists
League Am., John Reed Club, Nat. Serigraphic Soc., Brooklyn Soc. Artists,
League Present Day Artists. Exhibited: Brooklyn Mus., 1932 (solo),
ACA Gal, 1934 (solo), 36 (solo), 39 (solo), WFNY, 1939, Salons of America,
S. Indp. A., WMAA, 1928-34, "NYC WPA Art" at Parson's School of
Design, 1977. Works at: Mus. Western Art, Moscow, Biro-Bidjan Mus.,
Russia, Newark Valley Central School, NJ, Brooklyn school, Slater Mem.
Mus., Norwich, Ct., and PAAM among others. WPA Master Artist for one
year. Well listed. Also husband of Lena Gurr.
"Still Life", oil on canvas, 30 x 24, SLR
47a Karl Knaths, NA.: (1891
- 1971) Known as one of the Big Ten artists, early abstract, many museums
and collections, awards, shows, listed in Who's Who, Davenport's, etc:
Studied at AIC. Member: NA (1971), NIAL. Exhibited at: Salons
of America, Corcoran Gallery, Carnegie Institute, WMAA, PAFA, MMA, AIC,
NAD. Works at: Gallery of Living Arts, NY, NYU, MMA, MoMA, AIC,
Detroit Institute, PAFA, CAM, SFMA, WMAA, PMA, PMG, LACMA, Wadsworth,
Syracuse Univ Mus. of FA, NAD (Altman Prizes, 63, 65) Countless
prizes and awards at above mentioned plus too many to list. New
world record set by Outer Cape Auctions July 19th, '03 Auction
for an oil on canvas, $25,760.00.
"Untitled Landscape", oil on board, 18 x 24, SLL
48 Hilda Neily: Information previously listed (Lot #18).
"Blessing of the Fleet", oil on board, 12 x 16, SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
49 Anthony Viti: Studied at State Univ. of
NY (BFA). Fellow at FAWC, Provincetown, 2000-01. Exhibits include:
Deven Golden FA, Tibor DE Nagy Gall. (both in NYC), Harnett Gallery, Univ. of
NY, Rochester. Also in Buenos Aires, Berlin, Tyler Sch. of Art, Phila,
PA>, Wash. Project for the Arts, Wash. DC, White Columns, NYC, Amy Lipton and
Fishback Galleries, NYC. Awarded several grants. Works in
Metropolitan Mus. of Art, NY. Grants include Penny McCall Found., Art Matters
and Change, Inc.
"I+R #C-3", mixed media on paper, 24 x 24, signed verso
50 Carl Lefton: Represented
by Thanassi Gallery in Provincetown. Studied: Alfred Univ. (BA in Fine
Art), Brooklyn Museum School of Art, NYU, Pratt Institute and ASL in
NY. Also studied under Milton Wright, Murray Hantman, Ruben
Tam, Ad Reinhardt and Jimmy Ernst. Has exhibited at many galleries
in Boston including Matrix Gallery and Studio 34 in Provincetown. In
many collections here, Boston and
"Fishing Boats at Rest", oil on canvas, 32 x 42, SLR
50a Emily Farnham: (1912-2004) Represented by
the Berta Walker Gallery. Studied at: Cleveland Sch. of Art, Ohio State
Univ. (MA & PHD), with Hans Hofmann in NY and Provincetown. Author of
the biography "Charles Demuth: Behind A Laughing Mask" (Natl. Book
Award). Member of PEN, PAAM. Chairman of Art History, E. Carolina
Univ., gubernatorial appointee, North Carolina Mus. of Art. Also taught at
ECU European Studies, Bonn, Germany. Over 19 solo shows, last in 1994
(retrospective at Demuth Found.) Extremely well listed in Who's Who in
America and Who' Who in the World.
"Sunset and Moonrise By the Sea", oil/collage/mixed media on board, 24 x 36, SLR, 19th South East Annual Atlanta Art Association label on verso with tour approval
51 Dodge MacKnight: (1860-1950) Studied
at Fernan & Cormon, Paris. Member of NYWCC, Boston AC, New Soc. of
Artists, NY. Exhibits include: Paris Salon, 1885-87, Doll and Richards
Gallery, Boston (1888-1917), John S. Sargent's Studio, Hampton Inst., Fiske Lib.
Gal., Saint Botolph CI, Mrs. Henry Whitman Studio, PAFA Ann., AIC, HS Hutchinson
and Co., Boston AC, Artists Assoc. of New Orleans, Black and White CI, Plymouth,
MA., NOAA, Twentieth Century CI, Boston, New Bedford A. CI., Loan Exhib., Armory
Show, New Bedford A. CI, Vose Gal. (several exhibitions, all sold out).
Works at CMA, Detroit Inst. Arts, Fogg Art Mus. Isabella Stewart Gardner Mus.,
BM, BMFA, RISD. Lived in Sandwich, Ma. for a number of years.
FRONT "Untitled Landscape*" BACK "Untitled Landscape", watercolor, 15 x 21.75, SLL on front image
did not meet reserve, unsold
*This 2-sided painting, framed to expose both images is of Sandwich, Massachusetts where Dodge lived and painted. Included is letters between consignor and the neighbors of Dodge MacKnight regarding the location of this painting.
52 William H. Bicknell: (1860
- 1947) Known for his landscapes and etchings. Studied under
Frederic Crowninshield, BMFA School, member of Copley Society, Chicago SE,
Boston SE and PAAM. Exhibited at BAC 1884-85 and 88-89k, PAFA 1898
and St. Louis Expo (award winner, 1904). Works at AIC, BMFA, NYPL.
Well listed and collected artist. Who's Who, Askart., etc.
"Untitled Landscape", etching, 3 x 4.5, SLR
53 John Pike: (1911-1979) Studied with
Charles Hawthorne at Hawthorne School (1928-31) and also with Richard
Miller. Membership includes Provincetown AA, Old Lyme AA, Woodstock AA,
NYWCC, Am. Artists Group, BWI, NA, AWCS, Soc. Illustrators, Salmagundi CI.
Exhibited at AIC, Ferargil Gal., NY (solo), Grace Home Gal., Boston (solo), WC
Art., PPFA, WCC-NYWCC, Grand Central Art Gal., SC, NAD, 1945 (Halgarten Prize),
St. Petersburg Art Club, Oklahoma City Mus. Conserv. Art, Great Plains Mus., San
Diego FA Festival. Many awards including AWCS Award, 1942. Works at:
Woodstock AA, USAP Historical Found., in France, Germany, Greenland, Ecuador,
Columbia, Panama and others. Mostly known as a Boston artist and for his
"At the Dock", watercolor, 11.5 x 8.5, SLR
53a John Pike: Information previously listed
"Nomad", watercolor, 10 x 6, SLL
54 Pauline Palmer: (1867-1938) Provincetown and
Chicago artist that studied at AIC with WM Chase, RE Miller, CW Hawthorne, in
Paris with Collin, Prinet, Courtois, Simon. Member of: Chicago P & S,
Chicago AC, Chicago Gal. Assn., Grand Central Gal., Nat. Am. Lg. Pen Women's,
Provincetown AA. Exhibits include: PAFA Ann., 1899, 1908,12-32, St. Louis
Expo, (1904, medal), AIC (1907, prizes, 1914 (portrait), 1916 (prizes), 1917
(prize), 1920, 24, 26 and 37 (all prizes), SWA, 1915 (prize), Chicago AC, 1915
(prize), Corcoran Gal., Chicago SA, NAWPS, Chicago Gal. Assn., Findley Gal.,
Provincetown AA. Works at: West End Women's Club, Munic. Art Lg.
Collection, AIC Arche Club, Decatur Pub. Sch. Collection, Muncie AA, Rockford
AA, Springfield AA, Delgado Mus. Art, San Diego Gal. FA, Acad. FA. Very
well listed and highly sought out landscape and portrait artist.
"Untitled Home", oil on canvas, 12 x 16, SLR
sold after auction for 4,000.00
55 Ross E. Moffett: (1888
- 1971) Studied at: AIC, ASL, Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.
Member of: ANA, NA, Mural Painters, Am. Soc. PS & G, Audubon Artists,
Mass. Arch. Soc., Soc. Am. Archaeology. Exhibits include: AIC
(medals and prizes), PAFA, Corcoran Gal., S. Indp. A., CI, NAD, Salons of
America, San. Fran. AA, Audubon Artists, Detroit Inst. Art, Albright Art
Gal., WMA, Minn. Inst. Art, WMA, VMFA, CAM, Dayton AI, Speed Me. Mus.,
Louisville, Ky., CMA, Univ. Club Gal., WMAA. Works at: PAAM, PAFA,
JB Speed Mem. Mus., CGA, WMAA, Univ. Nebraska, Miami Univ., USPO,
Eisenhower Mus., Albright Art Gal., White House, Somerville, Revere, Berta
Walker Gallery, Provincetown, Provincetown Town Collection and many
others. Taught in Miami, Oxford. Well listed. Book written about him ("Life and
Time of the American Painter, Ross E. Moffett, by Josephine Couch del
"Untitled Sketchbook", graphite on paper, 10.5 x 8.5, unsigned but no doubt Ross's sketch book, additional images: 1 2 3 4 5 6
55a Isaac Caliga: (1857
- 1934) One of the earliest artist of Provincetown. Studied at
Student's Art League, Cape Cod School of Art with Hawthorne, studied in
Paris. This is a major piece of early art history of Provincetown.
Countless collections, museums, shows and awards. Had a high sale at
Sotheby's in 1995 at 49,450.00. Recent PAAM auction, a landscape
sold at 8,000.00.
"Untitled Portrait of Lady Smoking", oil on canvas, 30 x 24.5, unsigned
56 Joseph Kaplan: (1900-1982) Studied Educ. Alliance, NYC and NAD, member: PAAM, Audubon Artist, exhibited: Carnegie Institute (1941), Corcoran Gallery (1949-53, 3 times), Audubon Artists, PAFA, Pepsi-Cola, 1944, NAD, 1969 (prize). Works at: MMA, Butler Institute, Tel Aviv, Univ. of Louisville, many prizes, awards and solo shows, well listed in Who's Who, Askart, Davenport's.
"The Boatyard", gouache, 22 x 30, SLR
57 Harold C. Dunbar: Information previously
listed (Lot #27).
"The Clipper Ship and the China Trade Boat" d.1952, oil on board, 24 x 30, SLR and verso,
*Full story of Captain and Clipper Ship on verso in Dunbar's writing: The Clipper Ship, "Northern Light", Boston to San Francisco - 1852. Captain Freeman Hatch (1820-1889). "He became famous making the astonishing passage in Clipper ship "Northern Light, from San Francisco to Boston in 76 days, 6 hours, an achievement won by no mortal before or since." (The above inscription appears on his tombstone). Painted by Harold Dunbar, Chatham, 1952.
did not meet reserve, unsold
58 John Dowd: Information previously listed
"Untitled Home", oil on linen, 18 x 24, SLR
59 John Whorf, NA.: (1903
- 1959) Studied with his father, Harry C. Whorf, and at Botolphe
Studio with Sherman Kid, 1917, also BMFA with Wm. Hale and Philip Hale and
in Provincetown with Charles Hawthorne, Max Bohm, Richard Miller and
George Elmer Browne, Gerrit Beneker and E. Webster, plus others here and in
Paris. Also studied with John Singer Sargent in Boston, 1925 (Who's
Who in American Art says 1925-26, but John Singer Sargent died in 1925).
Member of: ANA, NA 1947, AWCS, The Beachcombers and PAAM. Exhibits
include: Grace Horn Gallery, Boston, 1924 (first solo show), WCS 1934 and
39, AIC in 1934 (prize), WMAA, BMFA, Watercolor Society, Brooklyn Museum,
WCC, NOMA, and too many others to list, most with prizes or medals.
Works at: MoMA, BMFA, WMAA, BMA, BM, LACMA, MIT, Fogg, MA., Addison
Gallery, AIC, RISD, CAM, also in Stockholm, Sweden, Pitti Palace, Florence
Italy and many others. Very well listed and accredited with an NA
(highest distinction for an artist).
"Foggy Day in Provincetown", watercolor, 15 x 22, SLR
60 Andrew Kooistra: (born 1926) Studied
Mus. FA, Boston with Zerbe, Beckmann, Moore and de Kooning, Tuft's Univ. (BFA,
1951), Univ. Southern Ca. (MFA, 1952). Member of: Woodstock AA
(Board of Dir., 1985), PAAM. Exhibits include: Ellenville Pub. Lib. &
Mus. (1987, solo), Hawthorn Gal., Woodstock, NY (1988), Petrucci Gal., NY
(1989), Schenectady Mus. (solo, 1989), Whitinville Soc. Lib., Ma. (solo, 1989),
Sullivan County Art Mus., NY (solo, 1990), PAAM (1992), Yale Univ. (1995), WWA,
Fletcher Gal., NY (solo, 1996), Woodstock AA (solo, 2003). Well listed and
well respected teacher and painter.
"Provincetown" d.1996, oil on canvas, 30.25 x 40, SLM
60a Olga Itasca Sears: (1909-1990)
Addresses include Framingham and Boston. Studied at New England
School of Design, with Margaret J. Patterson, Chas. H. Woodbury, the
Ogunquit School with George Demetrios, Gloucester. Member of
Rockport AA. Exhibits include: Gloucester Art Festival, 1953, Boston
Soc. Indep. Artists, 1954, Boston Art Festival, 1954, Portland Mus. Art,
1954, Boston WCS, 1958, Rockport AA frequently, Cambridge AA, 1962, BMFA,
1968, Butler IA, 1977. Known as a painter and teacher. Well
listed in Who's Who.
"Studio Series", watercolor, 12 x 16, estate stamped verso
61 William H. Littlefield: Information
previously listed (Lot #32).
"Falmouth" d.1930, oil on canvas, 24 x 30, SLL
61a Bertha Taft Ried: Early 20th century
Massachusetts painter known for her landscapes and still lifes. Studied
under Ambrose Webster in 1924 in Provincetown. Unique at the time was an
exhibition of student painters from Webster's School and Hawthorne's
"Provincetown Dock", oil on burlap, 24 x 21, unsigned
*This painting sold at PAAM Auction, 2001. Light restoration by Peter Williams, Museum Services, Boston, Ma.
did not meet reserve, unsold
62 Chris Storr: (b.1963
) Represented by Harmon Gallery in Wellfleet
and New Era Gallery, Vinehaven, ME. and White Magdalena House, Hingham,
MA. Student of Ron Fowler, definite emerging artist to watch. First entry into these auctions led to representation in 3
"Provincetown, Monument View", oil on canvas, 12 x 12, SLR
62a Agnes Weinrich: Information previously
listed (Lot #25).
"Untitled Animals on Road", watercolor/pencil on paper, 8 x 10.5, SLL
63 William Shea: Early
Provincetown artist that studied under Henry Hensche in 1946. Has gone on
to have a prolific career in the arts. Now resides in Florida.
"The Fish Finder" c.1960, oil on canvas, 28 x 22, SLR
64 Helen Sawyer (Farnsworth): Information
previously listed (Lot #45).
"Flowers at Bay", oil on board, 30 x 25, SLL
*This painting was recently exhibited at the Truro Historical Museum (Farnsworth/Sawyer Exhibition, Summer 2004) and the image was included in the catalogue.
did not meet reserve, unsold
65 Karl Knaths, NA.: Information previously
listed (Lot 47a).
"Folk Singer" d.1969, oil on canvas, 42 x 30, SLR and verso, Paul Rosenberg, NY Gallery label on verso
66 Byrne Marston: (b.1931)
Represented by Battelle Harding Gallery in Greenfield, MA. Studied:
Cape Cod School of Art with Hilda Neily, Rob Longley an Carol Whorf
Westcott and in Italy (2001). Plein aire painter, works
in countless collections here and Florida.
"Mill Pond" d.2002, oil on board, 16 x 24, SLR
67 Anton Otto Fischer: (1882-1962)
Studied with A.B. Frost (c.1903), in Bavaria, Julian Acad., Paris with Jean Paul
Laurens, H. Pyle in Wilmington. Member of: S.I. and Woodstock AA.
Exhibits include: Salons of Am., Soc. Indp. A. Works at: Woodstock AA., Coast
Guard Academy, CT., (artist laureate in WW II). He came to NYC to be a
model and handyman for Frost. He is best known for his Gloucester fishing
schooners, war convoys and marine battles. Illustrated sea stories for
Saturday Evening Post since 1910. Also for Life Magazine, Adventure
Magazine. Books illustrated include Moby Dick, Treasure Island,
Black Hawk, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea. Authored "Fosc'le
Days." Well listed in Who was Who in American Art.
"Untitled Ships at Sea", oil on board, 22 x 28, SLR
68 Arthur Vidal Diehl: (1870-1929)
Largely self-taught. Exhibited at
the Royal Academy, 1899. Progress Expo, Ct. 1927. He came to New York in
1891 penniless and painted snuff box tops and such. Listed in AskArt and Who's
Who, but never sold in gallery or dealer. Fox Movietone made a short movie
of Diehl painting and talking in Provincetown.
"Untitled Landscape", oil on board, 20 x 24, The Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Art label with Diehl name on verso, otherwise unsigned
did not meet reserve, unsold
69 Terry Catalano: (b.1961)
Represented by the Now Voyager Bookstore and Gallery, Provincetown.
Previous gallery was Renaissance III Gallery. PAAM Member's Juried, 2000. Auctioneer
and creator of Outer Cape Auctions. Listed. Also award winning poet,
short story writer and playwright (2 plays, one produced, one staged.)
"First Light, Provincetown", oil on canvas, 36 x 24, signed verso
70 Helen Gapen Oehler: (1893-1979)
Studied at AIC (honor grad.), with George Elmer Browne (Provincetown and
NYC). Member of Allied Artists Am., AWCS, NAWA, Audubon Artists, Lg. Am.
Pen Women, NJWCS, New Jersey P & S, Ridgewood AA, NYC Soc. Indep. Artists,
Provincetown AA, AAPL, national director Am. Art Week, 1948-49, Soc. Western Artists,
Century Travel Club. Exhibits include: Ridgewood AA, S. Indp. A., Salon d'
Automen, Salon des Artistes Francais, WFNY, Dayton AI, Newark Mus., NJ State
Mus., Montclair AM, NAD, AFA traveling exhib., Pepsi-Cola, Audubon Artists, All.
Artists Am., Mill Valley, Ca., Soc. Western Artists, de Young Museum, Northern
CA. Painting Comp. Works at: Ryerson Lib., AIc, Chrysler AM,
Provincetown. Taught at AIC. Well listed in Who was Who in American Art.
"Landscape", oil on canvas, 25 x 30, SLL
71 Gifford Beal: (1879-1956)
Studied with WM Chase in NYC, Shinnecock Summer School, 1891-1900 and at
Princeton Univ., ASL with DuMond and Ranger. Member of NA, NIAL, ASL
(pres., 1913-1929), AWCS,, NYWCC, NSMP, NAC and others. Exhibited
at: Worcester Mus. of Art, 1903, PAFA, 1903-1956, Boston AC, 1904,07,09,
St. Louis Expo, 1904, NAD, 1910, 1913, 1919, 1931,32,48,54 and Armory
Show, NYC, 1913. Also at: NAC, AID, Corcoran Gallery, Pan-Pac Expo,
Newport AA, Phila. WCC, WMAA, Kraushaar Gal, NYC, and many others. Works
at: MMA, BM, AIC, PMG, WMAA, Syracuse Mus. FA, CAM, Everson Mus.,, Arizona
St. Col., Yale, Princeton,, NYPL, Addison Gallery in Andover, MA. and many
others. Countless awards, prizes (several Altmann prizes) and shows. Extremely well listed and very sought out.
"Portrait of John Held", pastel on paper, 3.75 x 4.5, SLR
*From the private collection of the late John Held, Jr. (1889-1956) Considered a child prodigy artist whose works graced Life, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar and Redbook (characters: Betty Coed and Joe College). Also designed sets for Broadway, illustrated countless books. Extremely well listed and respected.
72 Charles Heinz: (1885-1955)
Studied at St. Louis School of FA, Chicago Academy, and under Richard
Miller and also Charles Hawthorne at the Cape Cod School of Art.
Member of PAAM, SC. Exhibits include: AIC 1928, 37-38,and 42.
Also NAD 1929-32, 37-38 and 1941. PAFA 1930,32, and 1939.
Corcoran Gallery 1930,35,37,39,43,47. AGAA, 1939, SC (prize in 1939),
Carnegie Inst. 1941, 43-45, MMA 1941 and NAC 1946. Also at PAAM
annually. Works at Springfield Museum of Art, Shelby County Court
House, Fitchburg Museum, PAAM. PAAM had a retrospective of Heinz in
the 1990's. Very well listed and collected artist.
"Lee", oil on canvas, 24.5 x 29.5, SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
73 Paul Georges: (1923-2002)
Studied at Univ. of Oregon, Hans Hofmann School Art, Atelier Fernand Keger,
Paris, 1949-52. Exhibited at: Corcoran Biennial, 1959, WMAA,
1961,63,67,69, PAFA: 1954,64 (Carol Beck Gold Medal), MoMA, 1964, Boston
Univ, 1964, School Visual Arts, 1965, New School Social Res, 1965.
Other awards include: Longview fellowship, Hallmark Purchase Award,
1961. Works at: MoMA, WMAA, Longview Found, Newark Mus. Art, MIT
Collection, Reed College, Portland. Contributor: Art News.
Taught at: Univ. of Colorado, 1960, Dartmouth College, 1964, Yale Univ.
School of Art, 1964-70's. Well listed in Who was Who.
"Untitled Landscape", oil on canvas, 30 x 36, SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
74 Dorothy Lake Gregory: Information previously
listed (Lot #22a).
"Fishermen's Cottage", etching, 7 x 5.5, SLR
75 Ross E. Moffett: Information previously listed (Lot #55).
"Winter in Provincetown" c.1927 BACK IMAGE, oil on canvas, 24.25 x 34.25, SLR
*This painting is the companion to "Gull Hill", the painting that graces the cover of Josephine Couch del Deo's Book titled "Figures in a Landscape, The Life and Times of the American Painter, Ross Moffett, 1888-1971". The painting "Winter in Provincetown" is quoted on pages 118, paragraph 2, and page 127, #14. Winter in Provincetown was originally exhibited in 1927 at the Detroit Institute of Fine Art and then the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art also in 1927 before being purchased by the Albright-Knox Gallery in 1928. It later sold at auction at the Coleman Auction Galleries in 1943. It has been handed down in the private collection until now being offered to the public for sale. It has been discovered that there is another painting below the "Winter in Provincetown" painting and has since been uncovered.
*sold 26,220.00 NEW WORLD RECORD
76 Gordon Hansen: Information previously listed
"Lumber Mill", oil on canvas, 15.5 x 20, SLR
76a Arthur Vidal Diehl: Information previously
listed (Lot #68).
"Untitled Venice Scene", etching, 1.5 x 3, SLR in plate
*Only known etching by Diehl.
77 Cynthia Packard: WITHDRAWN...The consignor originally had to sell because the painting was too large for their current home, but in the interim, they have sold their home and bought another with larger walls. As much as I regret not being able to auction this painting, I am happy that the consignors will now have it back in their collection.
77a Chris Silva: (b.1960) Studied at
Mass. College of Art (BFA, graphic design) and with Kathi Smith (white line wood
block prints). Awarded scholarship at FAWC for week long drawing study
with Bert Yarborough (2004). Member of PAAM and member's juried
(2004). Was Arts Editor, Graphic Artist and Gallery Ad designer for
Provincetown Magazine for 4 years. Studio is located at end of Bull Ring
Wharf, Provincetown. Coincidence? Birth date exact same date as
Blanche Lazzell and considers her a major influence on his works. He only
produces one or two prints at a time.
"Boat #2" d.2003, white line color wood block print, 6.5 x 13, SLR
77b. Chris Silva: Information previously listed (Lot 77a).
"Conant Street" d.2003, white line color wood block print, 10 x 14, SLR
77c. Chris Silva: Information previously
listed (Lot 77a).
"Boat and Chair" d.2003, white line color wood block print, 13.5 x 9, SLR
78 Jerry Farnsworth: (1895-1982 ) Studied at: Corcoran Art School with Charles Hawthorne and Clinton Peters. Member of: NAD, 1935, NAC, PAAM and Soc. of Wash. Artists. (council member). Exhibited at: PAFA, 1923-53, NAD, 1924-38 (includes Altmann Prize, Thomas Proctor Award, Maynard Portrait Prize). Also at Corcoran Gallery, 1923-53, AIC, PAFA, Society of Wash. Artists, Washington AC, Grand Central Gal., NYC, Carnegie Inst. Nat. & Intl. Exhibits, MMA, San Francisco's World Fair and others. Works at: MMA, WMAA, NPG, PAFA, Houston MFA, TMA, New Britain Mus., Dayton AI, Vanderpoel Collections, New Orleans MA, Cranbrook Acad.. Was active in Provincetown from 1915 on where he ran the Farnsworth School of Art. Several books and very well listed.
"Three Friends and Jeffer" d.1929, oil on canvas, 28 x 32, SUR
*This painting recently exhibited at the Truro Historical Museum's exhibition on Jerry Farnsworth and Helen Sawyer and was the catalogue cover image.
79 Wallace Bassford: Lived in Truro, Ma. and
NYC. Studied at St. Louis Sch. FA, Univ. Mo, Wash. Univ. Sch. FA, and with
Pennell, Hoke, von Schlegell, Wuerpel, Carpenter, Gleeson, Goetch and George
Elmer Browne. Member of: St. Louis A. Gld., All. A. Am., Grand Central A. Gal.,
Provincetown AA, Cape Cod AA, Audubon A. Exhibits include: Kansas City AI,
CAM, St. Louis A. Gld., SFMA, All. A. Am., Joslyn Mem., Ogunquit A. Center,
Univ. Ill., Corcoran Gallery, MMA, Provincetown AA, CPLH, PAFA, TMA, CI, BMFA,
CAFA, Boston Gardens Festival, Silvermine Conn Gld., Cape Cod AA, All. A. Am.,
Terry AI, Grand Central Art Gal. NYC, Palm Beach Galleries (most of the exhibits
won this artist many awards). Works at: Mo. State Capitol Bldg., Boca
Raton Fl. Club, Univ. Syracuse, Univ. Mo, DeBeers Collection. Very well
listed artist, teacher, known for portraits, landscapes. Taught at North
Truro School of Art in summers.
"Sharon" d.1910, oil on canvas, 24 x 20, SLR
80 John Dowd: Information previously listed
"Afternoon Shadows, Race Point", oil on linen, 22 x 28, SLR, original price 4,200
81 John Hare: Information previously listed
"Untitled Harbor Scene", watercolor, 12 x 10, SLR, Munson Gallery label on verso
82 Victor Hugo: (1942-1993)
Studied at Art Students' League. Was Window Designer for Halston
(also Halston's life partner). Influenced and assisted Andy Warhol
in his "Piss Paintings" in the 70's. Immortalized in
Warhol Black & White photographs and was often seen at Studio 54 with
his outrageous performances. He did many erotic artworks as well as
a series of "Statue of Liberty", "Flowers" and
"Fried Eggs". Well documented in the "Andy Warhol
Diaries", published in 1989.
"Cherub" d.1989, oil on canvas, 16 x 12, signed verso on stretcher
did not meet reserve, unsold
83 O.F. Baker: Possibly Oliver Baker of Boston,
Ma. (1856-1939). He exhibited at the Boston AC in 1897 and 1900.
"Untitled Coast and Shipwrecks", oil on canvas, 22 x 36, SLL, Jordan Marsh exhibition label on verso
did not meet reserve, unsold
84 Dorothy Lake Gregory: Information previously listed (Lot
"Scene from Alice in Wonderland", watercolor, 7.5 x 9, SLR
85 Gordon Hansen: Information previously listed
"Portrait of the Late H. T. Parker*" d.1934, oil on canvas, 39 x 32, SLR, Jordan Marsh exhibition label on verso
*Mr. H. T. Parker was a well-known Boston dramatic critic writing at times for the Boston Tran-script.
86 Elisabeth Pearl: (b.1945)
Represented by the Lyman-Eyer Gallery, Provincetown. Was at the Al Davis Gallery, Wellfleet, PAAM Member's Juried,
curator of dog show at PAAM for 2003, articles on her include Cape Cod
Magazine, plus artwork featured in Provincetown Pocketbook. Member
of the Copley Artist's Society and PAAM. Countless collections here and abroad, including the
Provincetown Town Art Collection.
"By the Seashore", oil on board, 3 x 3, signed verso
86a Ruth Resnick: Information previously listed
"Townscape", watercolor, 16 X 20, unsigned, from estate of Ethel Baker Mayo
87 Ellen Lebow: Represented
by Rice/Pollack Gallery and the Cherry Stone Gallery in Wellfleet. A local Wellfleet artist, she had the
distinction of having a one woman show in Havana. Traveling
extensively throughout the world, she has been a force in the Boston and
Provincetown art world., She designed coffee cup for WOMR fundraiser and
many other collectible images and designs.
"The Lover's Room", black and white rubbing on wood, 40.5 x 31.75, SLL
bought in house
87a Warren Nelson: Had North Truro Art
Gallery for a number of years, part of PAAM permanent collection.
"Untitled People with Seashells", oil on canvas, 30 x 50, SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
88 Byrne Marston: Information previously listed
"Pamet Valley at Ballston" d.2003, oil on board, 9 x 17, SLR
89 John W. Gregory: Information previously
listed (Lot #1).
"Foggy Weather, Provincetown", photo print on paper, 4 x 6.25, SLR
90 Albert Edel: Information previously listed
"The Bedouin", etching, 5 x 7, SLR
"Untitled Beached Boat", watercolor, 18.5 x 26, SLR
91 Nick Thorkelson: (b.1944)
Studied at Univ. of Wisconsin, Art, and also at PAAM. Studied under
Morris Davidson at Hawthorne School o Art and with
Abbi Marchesani and Robert Grille. Fellowship from Somerville Art's
Council. Also well known as a cartoonist, works have appeared in
Boston Globe, Somerville Journal, MIT, Greenpeace and World Health Organization.
"Oaks and Buoys", watercolor, 16 x 12, SLR
91a Agnes Weinrich: Information previously
listed (Lot #25).
"Untitled Red Vase", original drawing, 7.5 x 9.5, SLR
"Untitled Pier Scene", oil on board, 16 x 12, unsigned, in Whistler style frame
93 Frank Lee: (1908- ) Massachusetts painter known for his
still life and portrait paintings. Painted in Provincetown.
"Beach Bottle", oil on canvas, 20 x 30, SLR
94 John Hare: Information previously listed
"Provincetown Harbor", watercolor, 11 x 8.5, SLR
95 Charles Tersolo: (b.1974) Studied at Univ. of NH (BA under
PAAM Member's Juried, also had show at New Art on Newbury Street.
Countless shows in the Boston area. Recent article on him in In
Newsweekly. Also a member of Copley Society.
"Look Out", oil on canvas, 24 x 18, SLL
95a Judith Fulmer: Information previously
listed (Lot #9).
"Bay View", oil on board, 14 x 11, SLR
96 Vincent Pizzitola: (1890- ?) Italian
born but addresses include NYC. Studied at Acad. of Rome with Spinetti and
with Cellini, Ferrari, Atanasia. Member of Soc. Indp. A., NAC.
Exhibits include Soc. Indp. A., Montross Gal. (solo), All. A. Am., Burr Gal.
(2-man). Awarded a medal at Aca. of Rome. Countless collections
include paintings and murals by this Who was Who in American Art listed artist.
"Dock Scene", oil on board, 10 x 12, SLR
97 Constance Black: Represented
by Teichman Gallery, Brewster. Also has studio at 6 Priscilla Alden
Road, Provincetown. Studied at Vesper George School of Art, Boston
(1947-50), Cape School of Art (summer, 1950), PAAM (printing and etching,
Bill Behnken, 1993-94), Mono print and etching with Andrew Mochler and
Michael Mazur at FAWC (1995). Also with Robert Townsend, FAWC,
2000-2001. Also studied extensively with Jim Forsberg.
Exhibitions include: PAAM (1954-present, open and juried), Provincetown
Group Gallery (1964-74, 1 and 2 person shows), Sun Gallery Group Show,
Front Street Gallery, 2 man show, The Cobb Gallery, Barnstable, The
Wellfleet Art Gallery, Tamsin Gallery, Auburn, NY, Gallery North, E.
Setauket, NY, Cape Cod Conservatory, Barnstable with Joyce Johnson, Berta
Walker Gallery, and also at the Charles-Baltivik Gallery,
Provincetown. Also at Rotunda at Pan American WH Build., Landsburgh
Build., Washington Women's Art Center, Source Theatre and many
others. Also wrote and illustrated 4 books of Poetry. Awards
include solo show in graphics at Pen & Brush, NY (1998), Winner of
Hors Concour Award, 1999, Watercolor award, Pen & Brush, 2001 &
2003, was chairman of Provincetown Art Commission. Very collectible.
"Saint Peter Blessing the Fleet", oil on canvas, 20 x 16, SLR
97a Ben Ganz: Information previously listed
"Untitled Townscape" d.1944, watercolor, 11.5 x 15.5, SLR
98 Charles D. Conti: Although there are Conti's
listed in Who was Who, none with the name Charles.
"Untitled River Scape" d.1944, oil on canvas, 30 x 36, Jordan Marsh Company exhibition label, 1944 on verso, unframed
did not meet reserve, unsold
99 Bethia Brehmer: (b.1942)
Represented by the Co-op Gallery, Whaler's Wharf, Provincetown and Kendall
Gallery Wellfleet. Also at Giving Tree, Sandwich and MFA,
Dennis. Studied at Univ. of Michigan (BS-Arts) and Univ. Wisconsin
(MA, MFA-Arts). Among the extensive exhibitions and shows (over 60
one person shows): PAAM, Assoc. American Artists, Cambridge Artists Co-op,
Prairie House, Il., Graffiti, London, Eng., Wallach Art, Canada, Vladimir
Arts, Germany and MFA in Dennis, Boston Printmakers and countless
others. Has been on the faculty of Truro Center, Castle Hill, Cape
Cod Conservatory, PAAM, Wellfleet Art Galleries Assoc., The Artisan's
Guild, CC and many others. Very well listed and collected artist.
"View from Fort Hill", oil on board, 14 x 18, SLR
100 signed R. Lindstrom:
"Lighthouse and Boat", oil on canvas, 36 x 24, SLR
*Originally thought to have been painted by our very own local artist, Rena Lindstrom, on further research, we are unsure who the artist is of this painting.
101 Donald Witherstine: Information previously
listed (Lot #15).
"A Glimpse of Wellfleet", etching, 8 x 9.5, unsigned
102 Alyee Baker: Extensive research yielded
nothing on this artist.
"Ships at Sea", oil on canvas, 24 x 30, SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
103 Ray Nolin: Represented
by The Hammersley Gallery, Provincetown, formerly at the Breakpoint
Gallery. Full time resident and
artist of Provincetown for 24 years. Studied
under Philip Malicoat, Joan Pereira and was nominated for New York Arts
& Letters grants for 3 years. Has
been represented by Berta Walker Gallery, Impulse Gallery and Julie Heller
Gallery. Has had many one man
shows in Boston.
"Untitled Abstract" d.1994, collage, 8. x 6.5, SLR
104 Leonard Mersky: (b.1917)
in Boston. Studied at: Mass. College, and privately under William H.
Bicknell. He created original copper plates for: Colonial
Williamsburg, Mystic Sea Port, Ct., Sturbridge and Plantation, in
Mass. His works can be found at Georgetown Univ., plus countless
private and corporate collections.
"Fishing Boats", etching #1 of 7, 7.5 x 6, SLR
105 Samuel S. Huber: (1900-1973) Studied
at City College of NY (grad. 1920), ASL with George Grosz, Wm. von Schlegell and
Robert Brackman (1930's). Exhibited at S. Indp. A., 1940. He painted
in Provincetown in the 1930-40's, Woodstock and Mexico but around 1970, his
career was cut short due to Parkinson's Disease. Listed in Who was Who in
"Untitled Townscape", watercolor, 14 x 21, SLL
105a Agnes Weinrich: Information previously
listed (Lot #25).
"Untitled Abstract", original drawing, 8 x 10, SLR
106 Paul Stone: Studied:
Harvard Univ., Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Exhibited: Marblehead AA
(solo), Concord AA (solo), De Pinna Gallery, Boston, Univ. of Georgia,
Georgia Mus. of Art., Atlanta Art Assoc. Mus., Wellfleet Art Gallery,
Closson's Gallery, Cincinnati. Also at Pennsylvania Academy Annual,
Society of Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL., Littauer Hall, Harvard Univ.
Award: Beauford Art Festival (1rst prize). Numerous prestigious
private and public collections.
"After the Storm" d.1966, watercolor, 27 x 39.5, SLR
107 David Barton: (born 1953) Studied at Cornell with Freidl Dzubas. Representation includes Falmouth and Westport, Ct. Among his many group and solos shows include New York, Washington, DC, Connecticut and Cape Cod. Formerly the owner of 495 Broome Gallery, Solo, NY. His architectural paintings are in countless international collections.
"Iron Rail Steps", acrylic on canvas, 8 x 10, SLL & vertically
108 Cooper Dragonette: (b.1970)
Studied at Prescott College, Univ. of Maine under George Burk and Goddard
Teaches art at Univ. of Maine. Represented by the Hay Gallery,
Portland, Maine and the Holbrook Gallery in Wellfleet. Member of Maine
Art Educators Assn. and PAAM.
"Herring River Bridge" (The Dyke), oil on board, 4.75 x 11.5, SLR
109 Carl Lefton: Information previously listed
"East End, Provincetown" d.1991, oil on canvas, 24 x 30,SLL
110 Signed Minifri: Washington D.C. Artist.
"Untitled Lady Portrait" d.1958, oil on canvas, 41 x 36, SLR
111 S.E. Linnell: Extensive research on the artist's name yielded very little. Possible relation to Captain James Linnell (mid-1800's sea captain).
"Falmouth Heights", d. 1898, watercolor, 10.5 x 17, SLR
112 Paul Hayes: Represented by Cortland Jessup
Gallery in Provincetown in 1996, "Emerging Artists Show" in NYC
(Cortland Jessup Gallery, NY) in 1996. Extensive research yielded nothing
more on this extremely talented artist of Provincetown.
"Macmillan Pier", watercolor, 17.5 x 29.5, SLR
113 Judith Fulmer: Information previously
listed (Lot #9).
"Provincetown Monuments", watercolor, 11 x 7, SLM
114 Gerrit Beneker: (1882-1934)
Studied at AIC, Art Students League and under Charles Hawthorne.
Member Beachcomber's, PAAM,, exhibited; AIC, PAFA, Corcoran Gallery,
Detroit Inst. of Art, countless shows, awards, well listed in Who's Who,
"Pageant of Cape Cod" d. 1914, original color poster, 16 x 10, signed in plate, some damage but still in good condition, unframed
115 Judith Shahn: 20th
century artist, listed in Who's Who in American Art. Exhibitions
include PAFA, 1962, PAAM and is a very well known local supporter of the
Arts with FAWC and PAAM. Very collectible.
"Still Life, Flowers in Vase", silkscreen, 38.5 x 26.75, SLR
116 John Whorf, NA.: Information previously
listed (Lot #59).
"The Beachcombers", original print with J. Whorf approval for limited edition print, 15.25 x 20, SLR in pencil and plate
*This is the original copy sent from Associated Artist, it is a gelatone facsimile with John Whorf's approval signature on lower right.
117 signed C. Tacke: Extensive research
yielded nothing on this Provincetown painter. These 3 pastels were donated
to the ASGCC Auction in the 1990's by the artist.
"Early Sunset, Shank Painter Road before the A & P" d.1984, "My Favorite View", "Untitled Sunset on Shank Painter Road", triptych (3), all pastel on paper, all about 6.5 x 9, all SLR
did not meet reserve, unsold
118 John Krenik: (b.1956)
Art Teacher, Nauset , PAAM Member's Juried, NE Watercolor Society, 2nd pl,
Southwest Watercolor Society, Best of Show, National Collage Society, Best
of Show. Also PAAM Member's Juried.
"Provincetown Monument" d.2003, white line wood block, 14 x 5.5, SLR
119 Umberto Romano: (1905
- 1982) Very well known artist of New York and Provincetown, known
for his genre, portraits, illustrations and murals. Studied at NAD,
Tiffany Foundation, Am. Academy in Rome, exhibited at AIC, PAFA,
WMAA, PAAM, Castle Hill, Corcoran Galleries. Countless awards
(includes Carnegie Award,1954), solo shows, works at NMAA, WMAA, WMA, BMA,
etc. Too much to list. Listed in Who's Who, AskArt,
Davenport's. Extremely collectible.
"Warrior on Horse", pastel/oil on paper, 19 x 24, SLM
bought in house
120 Kathleen Dunn: (b.1960) Studied at
Castle Hill Art School, Truro, Ma., Mass. College of Art and UMass.
Winner of grants from the Mass. Cultural Council. Member of PAAM.
Exhibits include Boston, Berkshires and Cape Cod. Sept. 28, 2004
exhibition at FAWC (dune shack artist-in-residence show). Many private
"Sand and Sky", pastel on paper, 7 x 10, SLR
121 Rose Hertzberg: (born
1912) Studied with Ben Benn, Hans Hofmann Art School, Vaclav Vytlacil
& Will Barnet, ASL, NY Graphics Workshops, Rockland Comm. Coll.,
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Art. Member: ASL (Life member), NAWA, Mod.
Artists Guild, NJ Soc. P & S. Exhibited at: AWCS, (Mary S. Litt
Award), Trenton State Mus., NJ, NJ Soc. P & S,, NJWCS, Morristown (Freylinghuysen
Award), NAWA, (Putnam Mem. Award) and Cramer Gal., NJ. Works at:
Edward Williams Coll., NJ, Rockland Comm. Coll., Bloomfield Coll.,
Broadway Bank & Trust, Hackensack Pub. Lib., and others.
Listed in Who was Who in American Art.
"Untitled", wall sculpture, 11.25 x 8.5, SLR
122 Val McGann: 20th Century artist
known for landscapes and marine paintings. Listed in Askart.
"Landscape with Bridge", oil on canvas, 20 x 24, SLR
123 Allan A. Davidson, A.W.S.: (1908-1988)
Studied at Sch. Mus. FA, Boston, Ecole Beaux Arts, Fogg Mus., BA., Maitre
Arts. Member of Am. Watercolor Soc., Boston Watercolor Soc., Am. Artists
Prof. League, Rockport AA, North Shore AA, Mass. Art Comm., Cape Ann Soc. of
Modern Artists, Salmagundi Club of NY. Exhibits include: AWCS, AAPL,
Boston WCS, North Shore AA, PAAM and others. Awards include Hendy Gold
medal, Chase Mem. Prize, Benson-Hayes-Stuart Awards and many others. Very
well listed in Who was Who in American Art.
"La Coiffure" d.1970, watercolor, 27 x 21, SLL
124 Judith Austen: Studied
at Pratt Institute (BFA), Bank Street College (Masters), Boston Univ.
(MFA, Art). Exhibits are numerous in Boston area (10 1-woman shows
and several group shows). Teaches art in schools. Studio
located in Newton, Ma.
"Boston Cows" d.1982, oil on canvas, 28 x 50, SLR
125 Philip Kappel: (1901-1981)
Studied: PIA and with Philip Little. Exhibited: NAD (1928-1946),
WFNY, CAFA, Kent AA, Palm Beach, with awards in most of the above
showings. Works include: Bibliotecheque Nationale, Paris, NYPL, CMA,
BM, MMA, CGA, National Museum, Wash DC, Carnegie Institute. Well
listed in Who's Who, AskArt. Won "Fine Arts Print of the
Year", 1926 and 1927.
"Off the Grand Banks", etching, 12 x 9, SLR
126 Edith Walker Oliver: Information previously listed
"Trinity Church, St. Augustine, Florida", hand colored etching, 5 x 3.5, SLR
127 Bertram Hartman: (1882-1960)
Studied at AIC, Royal Academy and Munich and Paris. Exhibited: Pan
Pacific Expo, AIC, PAFA, WMAA, Carnegie Inst., Salons of America, MMA, BM,
WMAA. Works at: MMA, BM, WMAA, also was a WPA Artist. Well
listed in Who's Who and AskART. Sold for as high as 4950. in 1989.
"Untitled Townscape", watercolor/pencil on paper, 12 x 16, SLR
128 John W. Gregory: Information previously
listed (Lot #1).
"End of the Wharf, Provincetown" d.1941, limited edition print (of 50), 14 x 9, SLR
129 Agnes Weinrich: Information previously
listed (Lot #25).
"Untitled Man", graphite on paper, 10.5 x 7, SLR
130 signed Rabencr...? (illegible):
"Untitled Figures", oil on paper, 5 x 7, SLR
131 Jessie Harris Charman: (1895- )
Studied at Phila. Sch. Des. for Women and with Sidney Haward in London.
Member of NAWPS, Nat. Lg. Am. Pen. Women, Assoc. Artists, Widener European
Fellowship. Exhibits include: PAFA, NAWPS, 1932 (prize), Phila. Sch. Des.
for Women, 1934, Syracuse AA (some of the above with prizes). Known as a
painter, designer and teacher. Listed in Who was Who in American Art.
"Untitled Townscape", watercolor, 15 x 22, SLR
132 Gordon Hope Grant: (1875-1962)
Studied at Lambeth & Heatherley Art School, London England.
Member of NA, ANA, Allied Artists Am, AFA, SAE, Chicago SE, AWCS, Phil.
WCC, Baltimore, Ship Model Society and WCC, Calif. plus more.
Exhibited at AIC 1906-11, 1913, 1937, 29, 33 and 35-62. Also at NAD
1926 (prize), SC, 1929 (prize), 1931 (prize) AWCS (prize) Chicago SE 1935
(prize) PAFA 1936-37, Paris Salon, 1937 (medal winner), All. Artists American, 1942 (prize), LOC 1944-46. Works at Kendall Whaling
Museum, Mystic Seaport Museum, New York Hist. Soc., MMA, NYPL, Joslyn Mus.,
Richmond Museum of Art, Bropoks Mem Art. Gal, Davenport Mus. Art, New
Britain, US Naval Academy, the White House (DC), Corcoran Gallery, MMA,
and in Kennebunkport, MA. Extremely well listed and collected
artist. High of 4100 for his watercolors in auction.
"Sailing Ships", colored print, 11 x 8, SLR in plate, small tear upper left and lower left
133 Cy Fried: (b.1917)
Studied New York Institute of Photography, also under Sal del Deo.
Was represented by the Al Davis Gallery in Wellfleet and the Schoolhouse
Gallery in Provincetown. Also at Aries East, Brewster, Essex Fine
Arts, Montclair, N.J., Wenninger Gallery, Boston, Wohlfarth Gallery, DC,
Colours in Birmingham, Al and Swansboro Gallery, Wellfleet, MA. Countless member's Juried, shows,
collections in Provincetown and beyond. Trustee of PAAM and Bergen
Museum of Art & Science. Among his many mediums, the aqua-tint
is his most collected and is a lengthy process.
"Low Tide", aquatint #2 of 3, 10 x 15.5, SLR
134 Leonard Mersky: Information previously
listed (Lot #104).
"Street Scene", etching, 6 x 8, SLR in plate and hand
135 Signed E. Jenney: Edgar Whitfield Jenney
(1869-1939) Nantucket artist. Studied at Acad. Julian, Paris with JP
Laurens, with Emmanuel at Cavaille Coll., with EL Major. Member of Mural
Painters, Arch. Lg., AFA, AWCS, Phila. WCC, Boston SWCP. Exhibits include:
AIC (1913,17,27,32 and 35), A. Kimbel & Son, Inc., NY, MMA, 1940.
Works at Wisc. State Capitol, Union Central Life Ins., Senate Chamber and House
of Commons, Ottawa, Can., Hibernia Bank, New Orleans, Standard Oil Bldg, NYC,
Equitable Ins. Bldg, NYC. Taught art and painted, primarily in watercolors
on Nantucket from 1927 on. Some of his works were lithographically
"The Ship Owner's Wife", limited edition print #23 of 100, 13 x 9.6, SLR
135a Signed E. Jenney: Information previously
listed (Lot #135).
"The Ship Owner", limited edition print #23 of 100, 13 x 9.5, SLR
136 Edith Walker Oliver: Information previously listed
"St. George Street, St. Augustine, Florida", hand colored etching, 3.5 x 5, SLR
137 Signed K.....H...mostly illegible: Karen Harding?
"Provincetown Town Hall Bench", limited edition print, 9 x 12, SLR
138 Agnes Weinrich: Information previously
listed (Lot #25).
"Untitled Trees", graphite on paper, 8 x 10, SLL
"At Low Tide, Nantucket", silkscreen, 8.25 x 11.75, SLR
140 Henry Webster Rice: (1853-1934)
Studied with Ross Turner. Exhibited at Boston AC, 1888-1907, AIC. He
painted at Fenwick Studios (1906-34) and took painting trips abroad.
Address was Watertown, MA. Listed in Who was Who in American Art.
"Home Scape", watercolor, 10.5 x 13.5, SLL
141 Judith Shahn: Information previously listed (Lot #115).
"Untitled Forest Scene", limited edition print #33 of 100, 15 x 22, SLR, Cove Gallery label on verso
142 Gordon Hope Grant: Information previously listed (Lot #132).
"Untitled Sailing Ships" d.1927, early color print, 15.5 x 19.5, signed in plate
143 Pauline Johnson: (1905-1994)
Studied at: Univ. Wash., Columbia Univ., Moore College, sculpture with
William Zorach, painting with Peter Camfferman, Seattle, 1942-43 and
bookbinding with Dorothy Macdonald. Member of: Wesnter AA, Colorado
State College Ed., Nat. Art Educ. Assn., Wash. Art Edu. Exhibited
at: CPLH, 1933, Ann. Watercolor, Seattle AI, Univ. Wyoming, Oakland Art
Gallery, Columbia Univ., Henry Art Gal, Art Louie Gal., Tuscon AC and
Phoenix AM among others. Many of the above yielded awards and
medals. Works in many museums and collections. Extremely well
"Untitled Lake Scene", watercolor, 6.5 x 10, SLR
143a Pauline Johnson: Information previously listed (Lot #143).
"Old Country Road", watercolor, 6.5 x 10, SLR
"Dune Scape", watercolor, 5 x 8.5, unsigned
145 signed Moreh: Mordecai Moreh: (born
1937) Born in Baghdad in 1951, immigrated to Israel. He had exhibitions in
New York, Vienna, Amsterdam, Boston, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Studied at
School of Fine Art, France. Exhibited in 1959 in Biennial in Paris. Known
as an etcher. Works in The Collection, National Gallery of Art. Lots
of information on this extremely respected European artist.
"A Goat, Paris, 1966" d.1966, etching #155 of 210, 11.5 x 15.5, SLL in plate and hand
"Stalled: Snow Storm, January 15, 1910, North Truro, Ma.", original photography, 11 x 14, unsigned
147 Milton James Burns: (1853-1933) Studied
with W. Bradford (Arctic Expedition), NAD with J Brown, Paris and ASL.
Member of SC (founding member). Exhibits include: SC, NAD, Brooklyn AA,
PAFA, London Fisheries Exh., Boston AC, Mystic Seaport Mus., S. Indp. A.
Works at: Mystic Seaport Mus. and Mariners Mus. He was known as one of
America's best marine artist and prolific illustrator. He and a close
group founded the Salmagundi Club. Illustrations of his has appeared
in Harper's, London Graphics, Century, Literary Digest and others.
Also known as the artist of the America's Cup. Very well listed.
Julian Oliver Davidson: (1853-1894) Studied with Mauritz de Hass in NYC. Exhibited at NAD, Brooklyn AA, Boston AC, Int'l Maritime Exh., Boston. Works at: Dossin Great Lakes Mus. in Detroit and FDR Lib. in NY. Known for his maritime paintings and illustrations that appeared in Harper's and other publications. Listed in Who was Who.
"The First Days Race for the America's Cup - The Genesta Rounding the Light Ship" d.1885, limited edition print, 21 x 15, names of both artists in plate
148 Chaim Gross: Information previously listed
"Holiday Greeting", limited edition print, 20 x 17, SLR
149 Julius Katzieff: (1892- 1957) Studied at BMFA and PAFA. Exhibited at PAFA, 1921.
Addresses were Boston MA and Rockport MA. Also in local collections
in Provincetown. Well listed artist.
"Untitled Fisherman", limited edition print, 13.5 x 15,5, SLL
"Untitled Farm Field Scape", oil on board, 6.5 x 10, illegibly signed verso