Catalogue

Estate of Lee B. Anderson

Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 10am
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Lot 1001

Orlando Rouland American, 1871-1945 Ships at Harbor, Dusk

Estimate: $1,000  - $2,000
Sold for $875 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1002

Attributed to Edmund Darch LewisDistant Ships Along a Coast

Estimate: $1,000  - $2,000
Sold for $688 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1003

Alvan Fisher American, 1792-1863 Figures by a Rocky Inlet, 1855

Estimate: $6,000  - $9,000
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 1004

British School 19th Century Smugglers Along a Coast Oil on canvas 20 x 29 inches

Estimate: $800  - $1,200
Sold for $750 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1005

American School 19th Century Ships at Harbor

Estimate: $300  - $500
Sold for $219 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1006

French School 19th Century The Storm

Estimate: $500  - $700
Sold for $406 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1007

Mauritz Frederick Hendrick de Haas American/Dutch, 1832-1895 Boats Off a Rocky Shore, 1873

Estimate: $2,000  - $3,000
Sold for $2,500 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1008

English School 18th Century Meeting between General Clive and the Nawab Mir Jafar after the Battle of Plassey

Estimate: $2,000  - $4,000
Sold for $18,750 (Includes Buyer's Premium)

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Lot 1011

Group of Six Assorted Works

Estimate: $150  - $250
Sold for $125 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1012

Hamilton Gibbs Wilde American, 1827-1884 Granada Market

Estimate: $1,500  - $2,500
Sold for $1,500 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1013

American School 19th Century The Picnic

Estimate: $2,000  - $4,000
Sold for $1,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium)

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Lot 1014

Otis A. Bullard American, 1816-1853 Landing the Boat, 1853

Estimate: $1,500  - $2,500
Sold for $8,125 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1015

Tompkins Harrison Matteson American, 1813-1884 Hunting Wolf (Hunting Bear), 1869

Estimate: $2,000  - $4,000
Sold for $1,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1016

Attributed to Robtert Weir Hudson River Landscape; Together with Gilt-Metal Plaque

Estimate: $100  - $200
Sold for $219 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1017

Group of Four Silhouette Portraits; Together with a Continental School Watercolor and a Derby Porcelain Plate

Estimate: $400  - $600
Sold for $531 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1018

Casimir Clayton Griswold American, 1834-1918 Italianate Landscape with Classical Ruins, Rome

Estimate: $1,200  - $1,800
Sold for $13,750 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1019

Continental School 19th/20th Century Roma: Un Arco del Colosseo

Estimate: $200  - $400
Sold for $625 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1020

Attributed to William Page Italian Peasant Girl

Estimate: $600  - $900
Sold for $500 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
 
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Lot 1022

Italian School 19th Century Youth Among Ruins

Estimate: $600  - $800
Sold for $406 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1023

John Gadsby Chapman American, 1808-1889 Ruins of an Aqueduct in an Italianate Landscape

Estimate: $5,000  - $7,000
Sold for $4,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1024

After Domenichino 19th Century St. John the Baptist ; Together with Follower of Francesco Guardi, Capriccio with Ruins

Estimate: $1,000  - $1,500
Sold for $688 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 1025

Manner of John OBrian Inman Roman Woman Reading

Estimate: $800  - $1,200
Sold for $688 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 

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