Fine Art Auction Saturday, October 3, 2009 At 12 Noon

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Fine Art Auction Saturday, October 3, 2009 At 12 Noon
Fine Art Auction
Saturday, October 3, 2009 at 12 Noon
730 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19119-3406
Featuring works of art from the Estate of Betty Gordon
and Private Collections
Previews:
Saturday, September 26, 12 Noon - 6 pm
Monday, September 28, through
Friday, October 2, 12 Noon – 6pm
Day of Sale, Saturday, October 3, beginning at 9 am
Preview reception open to the public
on Thursday, October 1, 2009, 5 pm until 8 pm
Preview the Sale with photographs of each lot online at
www.FullersLLC.com
Catalog Contents
Lots 1 - 282
Terms and Conditions of Sale
Terms of Guarantee
Alphabetical Index of Artists’ Names
pages 4 - 40
pages 41 - 44
pages 44 - 45
pages 46 - 48
JEFFREY P. FULLER, PENNSYLVANIA AUCTIONEER LICENSE AU005414
FULLER’S LLC, Pennsylvania Auction Company License RY000923
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premium for each individual lot is 18% of the successful bid price
up to and including $500,000, and 15% on any amount in excess of
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All measurements are in inches, height preceding width, preceding
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Cover illustration: Lot 57
Back cover illustration: Lot 84 (detail)
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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It is with great enthusiasm that we present this Fine Art Auction.
With thirty years experience as a full service, quality fine arts
business specializing in the sale and appraisal of fine art, we are
proud to bring the works of art in this sale to auction.
Included in this sale is an important collection of 19th & 20th century
fine art, folk art and collectibles from the Estate of Betty Lacey
Gordon. Throughout her life, Betty explored the world as a mother,
a journalist, a generous patron of the arts and a consummate
connoisseur of life. As well-known at Giverny as at her home in
Chadds Ford, Betty avidly collected what she liked. Her astute eye
was as keen for paintings, sculpture and folk art as it was for fashion.
On December 5th 2009 Fuller’s Fine Art Auctions will offer a selection
of pieces from Betty’s collections of designer jewelry and fashion.
Betty’s commitment to the cause of helping persons with
emotional, developmental and educational disabilities through her
support of the Devereux Foundation was paramount. Proceeds
from the October 3rd and December 5th sale of items from Betty’s
estate will ultimately support Devereux’s mission to change lives
and nurture human potential. It is with this legacy of joy, humor
and compassion that we honor Betty Gordon.
As the founder and director of Fuller’s Fine Art Auctions and Jeffrey
Fuller Fine Art, Ltd., I thank all of the Consignors of the works that
we are pleased to offer for sale through this auction. I am indebted
to our wonderful staff, especially Jim Robinson, Marie Woodward,
and Gary Pelkey, who have carefully and thoroughly prepared all
that will make this auction a success. And most of all, I thank you
the bidders and buyers without whom there would be no sale.
Thank you,
Jeffrey P. Fuller
Director
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1. American School, 20th Century, Interior Scene, watercolor on paper, 173/4 x 19-3/4 inches (sight), with signature device lower left recto, framed.
Provenance: Hastings House, Essex, CT; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
2.
William O. Ewing III (American, 20th Century) Still Life, oil on board, 6 x
7 inches, signed lower right recto “Ewing”, framed. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $200-400.
3.
Pierre Pavone, European School, 20th Century, Floral Still Life, oil on board, 28
x 22 inches, signed lower right recto “Pierre Pavone”, framed. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
4.
Elizabeth Freedly Price (American, 20th Century) Lilies II, oil on canvas, 28 x
21 inches (stretcher), signed and titled on stretcher “Prop. of E. Freedly Lilies II
/ Elizabeth Price”, framed. Provenance: Berus Gallery, Lambertville, NJ; Private
Collection, Little Meadows, PA. $600-800.
5.
Ben Solowey (American, 1900-1978) Still Life, ink wash and watercolor, 231/2 x 16-3/4 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “Ben Solowey”, framed.
Provenance: Private Collection, Little Meadows, PA. $300-500.
6.
Ben Solowey (American, 1900-1978) Still Life, oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
(stretcher), signed lower right recto “Ben Solowey”, framed. Provenance:
Private Collection, Little Meadows, PA. $500-700.
7.
Walter Gay (American, 1856-1937) Crépuscle (Twilight), watercolor and
graphite on paper, 10-1/2 x 15 inches (image), signed lower right recto
“Walter Gay” and titled on verso “Crepuscule / No 2 XII”, framed, with the
exhibition catalog Walter Gay: A Retrospective (reproduced p. 107) and A
Charmed Couple: The Art and Life of Walter and Matilda Gay. Provenance:
by family descent; Sophie Gay Griscom; Hastings House, Essex, CT; W.M.
Schwind, Jr. Antiques, Yarmouth, ME; The Betty Gordon Estate. $1000-1500.
8.
John Marsman (American, 20th Century) Interior Scene, gouache on paper,
8-1/2 x 12 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “John Marsman”, framed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
9.
Henry L. Richards, 20th Century School, Baroque Interior, 1916, watercolor
on paper, 11-1/2 x 11-1/2 inches (image), signed in ink lower right recto
“Henry L. Richards”, framed. Provenance: W. M. Schwind. Jr. Antiques,
Yarmouth, ME; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
10.
Ann McCoy Weymouth (American, 20th Century), Untitled, ink wash and
graphite on paper, 10 x 7-1/2 inches (sight), signed in pencil lower right
recto “Ann McCoy Weymouth”, framed. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$300-500.
11.
Ralph Randolph Latimer (American, 1862-1932) Sala del Palazzo Barbaro,
Venezia, 1920, oil on canvas, 39-1/2 x 29-1/2 inches (100 x 75 cm) (stretcher),
signed lower right recto “RR Latimer”, framed. Literature: XIIa Esposizione
Internazionale d’Arte della città di Venezia, III ed, Venezia, 1920. Exhibitions:
Venice Biennale, 1920. Provenance: Holger Cahill, Stockbridge, MA; William
Griffith Antiques, Dallas, TX; Art & Conservation Studio of Texas, Inc., Dallas,
TX; The Betty Gordon Estate. $1200-1800.
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12.
Hudson River School, Landscape, oil on board, 20-1/2 x 25-3/4 inches,
unframed. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
13. Ann Wyeth McCoy (American, 1915-2005) Dutch Clock, 1960, watercolor on
paper, 14 x 19-3/4 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “Ann Wyeth McCoy”,
framed. Provenance: Sommerville Manning Gallery, Greenville, DE; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $500-700.
14. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) Man with a Goose, oil on canvas,
12 x 9 inches (stretcher), signed lower right recto “Karl Kuerner”, framed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
15.
Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) Black Vulture, 1995, acrylic on board,
10 x 8-3/4 inches (sight), signed lower left recto “Karl J. Kuerner”, titled
and signed in pencil on verso “Black Vulture / © / Karl J. Kuerner”, framed.
Provenance: the artist; The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
16. Paul Scarborough (American, 20th Century) Jimmy’s Truck, watercolor on
paper, 7-3/4 x 10-3/4 inches (sight), signed lower left recto “P Scarborough ©”,
framed. Provenance: Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $200-400.
17. Paul Scarborough (American, 20th Century) Pair of Paintings: Red Hunter
and Christmas Wish, oil on board, 4-1/2 x 6-1/2 inches, signed lower left recto,
framed (each). Provenance: Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
18. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) Kuerner Farm, oil on canvasboard,
9-1/4 x 13-1/2 inches, signed lower right recto “Karl Kuerner”, framed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
19. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) House of Carolyn, acrylic on Masonite,
35-3/4 x 44 inches (board), signed right recto “Karl J. Kuerner”, framed.
Provenance: Newman Galleries, Bryn Mawr, PA; the artist; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $800-1200.
20. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) Grandmother Anna, 1987, watercolor
on paper, 14-1/4 x 17-1/2 inches, signed and titled lower center “Karl
J. Kuerner / ANNA”, framed. Provenance: Downingtown Art Gallery,
Downingtown, PA; Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $300-500.
21. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) Airing Out, gouache on board, 153/4 x 21 inches (board), signed lower right recto in pencil “Karl J. Kuerner”,
framed. Provenance: Newman Galleries, Bryn Mawr, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $400-600.
22. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) First Snow, gouache on board, 151/4 x 20 inches (board), signed lower right recto “Karl J. Kuerner”, dated and
signed in pencil on verso “Nov 84 / Karl J. Kuerner”, framed. Provenance:
Newman Galleries, Bryn Mawr, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
23. Ann Wyeth McCoy (American, 1915-2005) Untitled (Haystack), watercolor on
paper, 13-3/4 x 19-1/2 inches, signed lower right recto “Ann Wyeth McCoy”,
framed. Provenance: Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $500-700.
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24.
Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) White Cover, oil on board, 24 x 36
inches (board), signed lower left recto “Karl J. Kuerner”, framed. Provenance:
Newman Galleries, Bryn Mawr, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
25.
Margery Torrey-Godwin (American, 20th Century) Red Fox, bronze above a
walnut base, 23 x 29 x 12 inches (including base), signed and numbered near
base “© M. Torrey-Godwin / 2/35. Provenance: Sommerville Manning Gallery,
Greenville, DE; The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
26.
E. Kimmel (American, 20th Century) Pennsylvania Amish Scene, watercolor
on paper, 10-1/4 x 11-1/2 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “E Kimmel”,
framed. Provenance: George B. Scarlett Gallery, Kennett Square, PA; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-100.
27.
Guido Borelli (Italian, born 1952) Caffe Nero, 1976, oil on canvas, 24 x 20
inches (stretcher), titled and signed on recto “G BORELLI”; signed, titled,
dated and inscribed on verso, framed. Provenance: Olivier Fleury, Inc.,
Malvern, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
28.
Walter Launt Palmer (American, 1854-1932) Winter Stream, watercolor and
gouache on paper, 12-1/2 x 16-1/2 inches (sheet), signed lower right recto
“WL Palmer”, framed. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. $4000-6000.
29.
Two Native American Portraits, oil on canvas, 17-3/4 x 14-1/4 inches
(stretchers), inscribed upper left recto “El Indio”, unframed (each).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
30.
Anna Brelsford McCoy (American, born 1940) Island Inlet, 1985, watercolor
on paper, 6-3/4 x 7-1/4 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “A B McCoy”,
framed. Provenance: Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $200-400.
31.
R.C. Gorman (Native American, 1932-2005) Born of Water Mask, acrylic on
canvas, 16-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches, signed lower right recto “RC Gorman”, framed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $400-600.
32.
Walter L. Bedel, Jr. (American, 20th Century) Children, Beach and Kite, egg
tempera on board, 17-1/4 x 24 inches (board), signed and dated lower
left recto “Walter L Bedel, Jr. / 1961”, framed. Provenance: Three Rivers Arts
Festival, Pittsburgh, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
33.
Ethel V. Ashton (American, died 1975) Beach Scene, oil on canvas, 16 x 18
inches (stretcher), signed and dated on verso “E. V. Ashton 1930”, framed.
Provenance: Delaware Art Museum Art Auction, Wilmington, DE; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
34.
Max Kuehne (American, 1880-1968) Sailboats, oil on board, 7-1/2 x 9-1/2
inches (board), signed lower right recto “Kuehne”, in a frame by the artist.
Provenance: Estate of Harriet E. Woodward, Jr., Philadelphia, PA; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
35.
Blanche Hoschedé-Monet (French, 1865-1947) Poplars au bord de l’Epte
a Giverney, circa 1900, oil on canvas, 18-1/4 x 22 inches (stretcher), in a
gilt, hand carved frame by Frederick William Harer (American, 1879-1948).
Provenance: James P. Butler; Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $15,000-20,000.
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36.
Eleanor Fenton (American, 20th Century) Children by the Sea, oil on canvas,
12 x 9 inches (stretcher), signed lower left recto “Eleanor Fenton”, framed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
37.
An He (Chinese, born 1957) Lady in a Row Boat, oil on canvas, 27 x 31 inches,
signed lower right recto “An He”, framed. Provenance: Private Collection,
Camden-Wyoming, DE. $1000-1500.
38.
Jean Marie Toulgouat (French, 1927-2005) Untitled, oil on linen, 47-1/2 x
47-1/2 inches, signed and dated lower right recto “Toulgouat 80”, framed.
Provenance: Keny Galleries, Inc., Columbus, OH; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$200-400.
39.
Jean Marie Toulgouat (French, 1927-2005) Spring in Provence, oil on board,
17-1/2 x 17-3/4 inches, signed and dated lower right recto “Toulgouat 82”,
framed. Provenance: Keny Galleries, Inc., Columbus, OH; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-200.
40.
Blanche Hoschedé-Monet (French, 1865-1947) Garden Day Lilies, 1930, oil
on canvas, 35 x 27 inches (stretcher), signed lower left recto “B Hoschede
Monet”, framed. Provenance: James P. Butler; Janet Fleisher Gallery,
Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $15,000-20,000.
41.
Jacqueline Cotter (American, 20th Century) Farewell Blues, 1991, oil and
mixed media on Mylar, 19 x 15-1/4 inches (sight), signed lower right recto
“Jacquie Cotter”, framed. Provenance: The Hahn Gallery, Chestnut Hill, PA; The
Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
42.
Jean Marie Toulgouat (French, 1927-2005) Landscape, 1985, oil on board,
17-1/2 x 17-1/2 inches (sight), signed and dated lower right recto “Toulgouat
85”, framed. Provenance: Keny Galleries, Inc., Columbus, OH; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
43.
Jean Marie Toulgouat (French, 1927-2005) Hillside, Provence, oil on board,
17-1/2 x 17-3/4 inches, signed and dated “Toulgouat 83”, framed. Provenance:
Keny Galleries, Inc., Columbus, OH; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
44.
F. Poch Romeu (Spanish, born 1935) Otoño, oil on canvas, 13 x 16-1/4
(stretcher), signed on recto “F. Poch Romeu”; titled, signed and dated on
verso, “OTONO / F. Poch Romeu / 1985”, framed, and Paul Crummine
(American, 20th Century), Nemours, Wilmington, DE, watercolor on paper, 4
x 6 inches (sight), titled and signed in pencil along lower margin “Nemours’
Crummine”, framed. Provenance: Sokoa Galeria de Arte, Madrid (Romeu); The
Gallery at Centerville, Wilmington, DE (Crummine); The Betty Gordon Estate
(each). $100-200.
45.
Lorraine Riesenbach (American, 20th Century) Pair of Paintings: Oranges
and Lemons, acrylic on canvas, 18 x 35-3/4 inches (stretchers), signed lower
right recto “L RIESENBACH”, framed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-200.
46.
Rose Crane Zekind (American, 20th Century) The Potter, oil on board, 153/4 x 12 inches (board), signed on recto “ZEKIND”, framed. Provenance: A.O.
Nichols; The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
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47. Blanche Hoschedé-Monet (French, 1865-1947) La meuele (The Haystack),
oil on canvas, 20 x 32 inches (stretcher), signed lower right recto “Blanche
Hoschede”, framed. Provenance: James P. Butler; Janet Fleisher Gallery,
Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $15,000-20,000.
48.
E. Gaul Mauret (French, 20th Century) Two works of art: Chez le barber and
Paysannes retour marché, ink wash and graphite on paper, 9-3/8 x 6-1/8
inches (sight), signed and titled on recto, “E. Gaul Mauret / 1923 / chez le
Barber (Bretagne)” and “E. Gaul Mauret / 1929 / Paysannes retour marche”,
framed (each) and Anonymous, Figure Studies, ink and ink wash on paper,
5-3/4 x 9 inches (sheet), notations on verso in pencil “…Louis XVI...”, framed.
Provenance: Wanamaker’s, Philadelphia, PA (two works by E. Gaul Mauret);
The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
49.
Jean Marie Toulgouat (French, 1927-2005) Poplar Trees, Giverny, oil on
canvas, 20-3/4 x 15 inches, signed lower right recto “Toulgouat”, framed.
Provenance: Keny Galleries, Inc., Columbus, OH; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-200.
50.
Gerald Pogach (American, born 1929) Aries in Auraea, acrylic on Papier
d’Arches, 14 x 19-1/2 inches (irregular sheet), framed. Exhibitions: University
Science Center, Philadelphia, PA, May 15-June 30, 1987. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
51.
Morris Berd (American, born 1914) Untitled, oil on linen, 44 x 40 inches
(stretcher), signed lower right recto “Berd”, framed. Provenance: Private
Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $800-1200.
52.
Bill Scott (American, born 1956) Abstract Composition, watercolor on paper,
14-3/4 x 10-1/2 inches (sight), signed and dated lower right recto “Bill Scott
1989”, framed. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
53.
Bill Scott (American, born 1956) Abstract Composition, watercolor on paper,
19-1/4 x 12-1/2 inches (sight), signed and dated lower recto “Bill Scott 1989”,
framed. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $1000-1500.
54.
Richard Misrach (American, born 1949) Shiprock Triptych, Type “C” Print,
1987, 47/125, 8 x 10 inches (sheet), numbered, titled, signed and dated on
verso (each sheet) unframed. Provenance: Philadelphia Museum of Art,
Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $1500-2000.
55.
Kim Douglas Wiggins (American, born 1960) My Name is Cain, oil on canvas,
36 x 36 inches (stretcher), initialed lower recto “KD”, framed. Exhibitions: US
Artists, Philadelphia, PA, 1994. Provenance: Cline Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM; The
Betty Gordon Estate. $1500-2500.
56.
Kim Douglas Wiggins (American, born 1960) A New Beginning, oil on canvas,
12 x 16 inches (stretcher), signed and dated lower left recto “KD Wiggins 94”,
framed. Exhibitions: US Artists, Philadelphia, PA, 1994. Provenance: Cline
Gallery Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico; The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
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57.
Theodore Earl Butler (American, 1861-1936) Environs de Giverny, 1921, oil
on canvas, 23-1/4 x 28-3/4 inches (stretcher), signed and dated lower left
recto “T. E. Butler / ‘21” in a period carved wood frame incised on verso “N”.
Exhibitions: Bernard Danenberg Galleries, New York. Provenance: Michael
Monet; Janet Fleisher-The Little Gallery, Paris (411); Janet Fleisher Gallery,
Philadelphia (8J0); The Betty Gordon Estate. With the exhibition catalog
authored by Harold M. Rowe, Theodore Earl Butler (1860-1936) American
Impressionist. San Francisco, CA: Jack Kaus Associates, 1972 and Richard
H. Love, Theodore Earl Butler: Emergence from Monet’s Shadow. Chicago, IL:
Haase-Mumm Publishing Co., 1985. $20,000-30,000.
58.
Charles Le Clair (American, 1914-2007) Nude, oil on canvas, 47-1/2 x 70
inches (stretcher), signed and dated lower right recto “LeClair / 86”, framed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
59.
Anonymous Saint Nino de Atocha Retablo, polychromed metal, 14 x 10
inches (sight), unframed. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
60.
Franklin Chenault Watkins (American, 1894-1972) Standing Female Nude,
oil on canvas, 13-3/4 x 9-3/4 inches (stretcher), inscribed on stretcher “By
Franklin C. Watkins / certified by Ida Q. Watkins / wife”, framed. Exhibitions:
“A Private Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Watercolors from the Estate of
Franklin Watkins”, Schwarz Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, June 1992. Provenance:
Ida Watkins; Christie’s, April 7, 1982 Sale, (Lot 3166); Nimmo & Hart Antiques,
Middletown Springs, VT; The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
61.
M. Schade, 20th Century School, Three Women, acrylic on canvas, 18 x
24 inches (stretcher), signed lower right recto “M. SCHADE”, unframed.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
62.
Fred J. Yates (British, 1922-2008) The Beach - Marazion (Cornwall), watercolor
on paper, 22 x 30 inches (sheet), signed in pencil on recto “FRED J. YATES”;
titled in pencil on verso, unframed. Provenance: Private Collection, CT. $8001200.
63.
Fred J. Yates (British, 1922-2008) Street Scene, Cornwall, watercolor on paper,
22 x 30 inches (sheet), signed in pencil lower right recto; titled in pencil on
verso “FRED J. YATES”, unframed. Provenance: Private Collection, CT. $8001200.
64.
Fred J. Yates (British, 1922-2008) Beach Scene, Cornwall, watercolor on
paper, 15 x 11 inches (irregular sheet), signed lower right recto “Fred Yates”,
unframed. Provenance: Private Collection, CT. $400-600.
65.
Fred J. Yates (British, 1922-2008) Street Scene, Cornwall, watercolor on
paper, 10 x 14 inches (sheet), signed lower left recto “Fred Yates”, unframed.
Provenance: Private Collection, CT. $400-600.
66.
Joan Mitchell (American, 1925-1992) Diptych, 1985, pastel and watercolor
on paper, 6-1/4 x 5-3/4 (each irregular sheet), signed lower right recto “Joan
Mitchell”, framed. Provenance: Xavier Fourcade, Inc., New York; Keny &
Johnson Gallery, Columbus, OH; The Betty Gordon Estate. $5000-7000.
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Sally Michel Avery (American, 1902-2003) Goats, oil on canvas, 9 x 12 inches
(canvasboard), signed and dated lower left recto “Sally Michel 1984”, framed.
Provenance: Childs Gallery, Ltd., New York; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$1800-2400.
Elizabeth Osborne (American, born 1936) Seated Nude, circa 1961, graphite
and watercolor on paper, 4-1/2 x 7 inches (sheet), signed upper right recto
“Osborne”, framed. Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia, PA.
$200-300.
69. Elizabeth Osborne (American, born 1936) Reclining Figure, graphite and
watercolor on paper, 7-1/4 x 11-3/4 inches (sheet), signed and dated
lower right recto “OSBORNE ‘61”, framed. Provenance: Private Collection,
Philadelphia, PA. $200-300.
70. François Heaulmé (French, 1927-2005) Three Men, oil on canvas, 13-1/2
x 36-1/4 inches (stretcher), signed left recto “HEAULME”, framed. Private
Collection, Chicago, IL. $300-500.
71.
Tom Bostelle (American, 1925-2005) Seated Clown, oil on board, 11-1/4 x
4-3/4 inches (board), signed and dated on recto “Bostelle / 1950”, framed.
Provenance: Private Collection, PA. $100-200.
72.
De Santis (American, 20th Century) Portrait of a Bearded Peasant, oil on
canvas, 27 x 20 inches (stretcher), signed lower right recto “De Santis”,
framed. Provenance: Private Collection, Chicago, IL. $100-200.
73.
Jack Savitsky (American, 1910-1991) Coal Miner Jack (Self Portrait), ink and
graphite on paper, 6-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches (sight), signed and dated on verso
“Savitsky...79”; titled, dated and signed on verso “Title / coal miner Jack. 1979
/ By. coal miner Jack Savitsky / Med. ink and pencil. Lansford P.A. 18232”,
framed. Provenance: Kendall Chew & John Formicola, Philadelphia, PA; The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
74.
George Johnson (American, 20th Century) Portrait, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 18
inches (stretcher), signed lower right recto “George W Johnson”, unframed.
Exhibitions: Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Annual, 1992. Provenance: the
artist; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
75.
Justin McCarthy (American, 1891-1977) Portrait of Woman with Brown
Eyes, ink and oil pastel on paper, 12 x 9 inches, signed lower right recto “JM
McCarthy”, framed. Provenance: Makler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $200-300.
76.
André Derain (French, 1880-1954) Still Life, conté crayon on laid paper, 251/4 x 18-1/2 inches (sheet), signed lower recto “a Derain”, framed. Provenance:
The Betty Gordon Estate. $3000-5000.
77.
James Lynch (American, 1946-2008) Study of a Woman, graphite on paper, 9
x 9 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “Lynch”, framed. Provenance: The
Galleries of Kenneth Lindsey and Ann McCoy Weymouth; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-200.
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78.
Jane Piper (American, 1916-1991) Still Life, pastel on paper, 10-1/4 x 12-1/2
inches (sight), signed and dated in pencil lower right recto “Jane Piper ‘88”,
framed. Provenance: Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $500-700.
79.
William Barnett (American, 1918-1992) Mexican Sketch, charcoal and
watercolor on paper, 16-3/4 x 13-1/4 inches, signed lower right recto “William
Barnett”, framed. Provenance: Galerie Internationale, New York; Private
Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $200-300.
80.
Jane Piper (American, 1916-1991) Seated Nude, pastel on paper, 9-3/4 x 9-3/4
inches (sight), signed in pencil right recto “Jane Piper”, framed. Provenance:
Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $500-700.
81.
Paul Scarborough (American, 20th Century) Portrait of J. Byrd, graphite on
paper, 10-3/4 x 7-3/4 inches (sight), titled and signed lower right recto “J. Byrd
/ P. Scarborough”, framed. Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-150.
82.
André Derain (French, 1880-1954) Study of a Woman (Double-sided
composition), graphite on laid paper, 12-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches (sheet), stamped
lower right recto “ATELIER / ANDRE DERAIN” with notations on verso “77 / 790
/ 7714IXXI”, framed. Provenance: Estate of Betty Gordon. $400-600.
83.
Rea Redifer (American, died 2008) Cowboy Christmas, watercolor on paper,
7 x 10 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “Rea N. Redifer”, framed.
Provenance: Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
84.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Visage, 1928, 25/ 75, lithograph on
Japan paper, 8 x 5-1/2 inches (image); 19-1/2 x 13 inches (sheet), numbered
and signed in pencil along lower margin “25/75 Picasso”, unframed.
Literature: Mourlot XXIII. Provenance: Private Collection, Oceanview, DE.
$20,000-30,000.
85.
Fernand Léger (French, 1881-1955) The Three Sisters, circa 1950, 620/1000,
screenprint in colors, initialed and dated in the plate lower right recto “F. L.
5051” with blind stamp “Serigraphie / F. Leger”, 19-1/2 x 14 inches (sight),
framed. Provenance: Chadds Ford Gallery, Chadds Ford, PA; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $50-100.
86.
Alberto Giacometti (Swiss/Italian, 1901-1966) Untitled, etching, 12-1/2 x
9-3/4 inches (sheet), numbered and signed in pencil along lower margin
“24/100 Alberto Giacometti”, stamped in ink lower right verso “Original
Etching” with pencil notation “310401” and Rives BFK watermark, framed.
Provenance: Philadelphia Galleries, Philadelphia, PA; Private Collection,
Philadelphia, PA. $400-600.
87.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Les Ménines, 1959, lithograph in
colors, 26 x 18-3/4 inches (sheet), signed lower right recto in crayon
“Picasso”, framed. Publisher: Galerie Louise Leiris. Printer: Fernand Mourlot.
Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $300-500.
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Françoise Gilot (French, born 1921) Red Bouquet, lithograph in colors, 25-1/2
x 19-1/2 inches (image), numbered and signed in pencil along lower margin
“98/100 Françoise Gilot”, framed, with Mel Yoakum’s Stone Echoes: Original
Prints by Françoise Gilot (catalog no. 31). Provenance: Vincent Mann Gallery,
New Orleans, LA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
89.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Les saltimbanques, Cannes, lithograph,
8-7/8 x 6-3/4 inches (sight), signed and dated in plate “Picasso 5.3.58”, framed.
Provenance: Sunset Hill Jewelers, West Chester, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-150.
90.
American School, 20th Century, Three works: Abstract Composition, acrylic
on paper, 7-3/4 x 10 inches (sight), signed lower right recto “KICH” and
Untitled, mixed media on paper, 12 x 9 inches (sight), and Mexico, pastel on
paper, 10 x 13 inches (sight), framed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-150.
91.
Karel Appel (Dutch, 1921-2006) Composition with Two Figures, screenprint in
colors, 32-1/2 x 24-1/4 inches (sheet), numbered, signed and dated in pencil
on recto “18/100 Appel 77”, unframed. Provenance: Private Collection, CT.
$300-500.
92.
LeRoy Neiman (American, born 1921) Bovine Family, etching, 30 x 22-1/4
inches (sheet), numbered, signed and dated in pencil on recto “14/250 LeRoy
Neiman 1980”, unframed. Provenance: Private Collection, CT. $300-500.
93.
Peter Max (German-American, born 1937) The Sofa, 1980, unique, lithograph
in colors, 21-1/2 x 25 inches (sheet), inscribed center left on recto “Study,
1980, Max ‘For Lee / Peter” with blind stamp, titled, dated and signed in
colored pencil on recto, unframed. Provenance: Private Collection, CT.
$400-600.
94.
Paul Signac (French, 1863-1935) Le soir (La jétée de Flessingue), 1898, from
the edition of 1100, lithograph in colors, 8 x 10-1/4 inches (image); 10-3/4 x
14-1/4 inches (sheet), unframed, Literature: Kornfeld, 20; print was included
in Volume IV of Pan. Provenance: Private Collection, CT. $200-300.
95.
Louise Bourgeois (French-American, born 1911) Silk Scarf, one from an
edition of 30 (in black on white silk) from a total edition of 150, i.e. five
different colorways, each printed in an edition of 30, 1992, screenprint on
silk, 71 x 20 inches. Provenance: The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, PA; The
Betty Gordon Estate. $1000-1500.
96.
Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901-1985) Sol becquete, lithograph in colors, 21 x
19-3/4 inches (irregular sheet), numbered, titled, signed and dated along
lower margin “18/30 Sol becquete J. Dubuffet 58”, framed. Provenance:
Private Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $200-300.
97.
Mary Stevenson Cassatt (American, 1844-1926) Margot Wearing a Bonnet,
circa 1902, printed for the artist in 1923 by Delatre, color drypoint on
Auvergne cream wove paper, 33.4 x 25.2 cm (13.1 x 9.9 inches irregular
sheet), framed. Literature: Breeskin 179. Provenance: The Philadelphia
Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Private Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $500-700.
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98.
Marc Chagall (Russian/French, 1887-1985) Collusion en Chemin, 1923-1927,
etching, 37.9 x 37.5 cm (15 x 14-3/4 inches irregular sheet), with watermark
“MBM”, framed. Literature: Nicolas Gogol, Dead Souls, plate XXVII. Paris:
Tériade Editeur, 1948, Vol. 1 of 2. Provenance: Makler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA;
Private Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $200-300.
99. Bill Scott (American, born 1965) Floral Spume, etching in colors, 10-3/4 x 131/4 inches (plate), numbered, titled, signed and dated lower right recto “6/30
Floral Spume Bill Scott 2003”, framed. Provenance: Carspecken Scott Gallery,
Wilmington, DE; The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-250.
100. Joan Mitchell (American, 1926-1992) Sunflower II, lithograph in colors on
Rives BFK mould-made paper, 57-1/2 x 41 inches (each sheet), numbered,
signed and dated lower right recto “33/34 Joan Mitchell 1992” with blind
stamp, framed. Publisher: Tyler Graphics. Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $6000-9000.
101. Worden Day (American, 1916-1986) Lone Hunter, screenprint in colors, 13
x 24 inches (image), titled, numbered, signed and dated lower right recto
“Lone Hunter - 3/20 Imp- Worden Day 51”, framed. Provenance: Private
Collection, Little Meadows, PA. $100-150.
102. Phoebe Adams (American, born 1953) Two Urns, 1991, etching in colors, 373/4 inches x 29-1/2 inches (sheet); 29-1/2 x 21-3/4 inches (plate), numbered
and signed lower margin “12/125 P. Adams” with a blind stamp, unframed.
Provenance: Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1991; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
103. Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987) and Jamie Wyeth (American, born
1946), Brandywine Museum Exhibition Brochure signed by Andy Warhol and
James Wyeth, 1976, offset lithograph in colors, 10 x 23-1/2 inches (sheet),
signed in ink “Andy Warhol Jamie C. Wyeth”, framed. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
104. Justine Kurland (American, born 1969) The Family, 2002, Type “C” Print, 16
x 20 inches (sheet), with a signed label, unframed. Provenance: Institute of
Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
105. Karl J. Kuerner (American, born 1957) Untitled, circa 1993, offset lithograph
in colors, 9-1/2 x 12 inches (image), signed and numbered lower right recto
with a pencil sketch “Karl J. Kuerner 34/300”, framed. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-100.
106. Joan Miró (Spanish, 1893-1983) Untitled, lithograph in colors, 12 x 17-1/4
inches (sheet), numbered and initialed in pencil along lower recto “84/100
M.”, framed. Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia, PA. $200-300.
107. Paul Evans (American, 1931-1987) Sculpture from the Cityscape Series, brass
and wood, 9 x 3 x 8 inches, signed on top “Paul Evans”. Provenance: Private
Collection, Cherry Hill, NJ. $3000-5000.
108. Val Bertoia (American, born 1949) Bronze Gong, 1995, silicon bronze and
rope, 14-1/2 x 20-1/2 x 1/4 inches (object). Provenance: the artist; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $200-300.
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109. After Pierre Joseph Redouté (French, 1759-1840) Nèfle sans noyaux,
lithograph in colors, 23 x 13 inches (sight), and a Decorative Mirror featuring
a Bird Lithograph, 22-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches and View of a Cat by Danta, felt
marker, 7 x 6-1/2 inches (sight), signed lower right recto, framed (each).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
110. Seven lithographs in colors and hand colored engravings including
Les Observateurs de la Comète, près le Chateau... and The Old, Old Story and
Eudoxia, Wife of Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia and Birds Eye View of Mt.
Vernon, and Tiger, Leopard, Striped Hyena by T. Dizon, and an N. Currier
Memorial dedicated to Joel Hurd who died in 1830, and London: St. Paul from
Ludgate Hill by Thomas Shotter Boys, ranging in size from 6-3/4 x 4-3/4 to
15-3/4 x 11-3/4 inches, each framed except the Dizon print. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
111. Ralph Taylor (American, 1897-1978) Mother and Child, etching and aquatint
on paper, 15 x 11 inches (sheet), titled and signed along lower margin
“MOTHER and CHILD Ralph Taylor”, framed. Provenance: Private Collection,
Philadelphia, PA. $200-300.
112. Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978) Untitled, 1968, beryllium copper and
brass, 10-1/8 x 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches (rods); 8-3/4 inches x 8-3/4 inches (square
base). Provenance: Makler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Private Collection,
Philadelphia, PA. $5000-7000.
113. Nick Waplington (British, born 1965) Untitled from the Series ‘Circles of
Civilization’, 12 x 30-1/4 inches (sheet), signed, titled, dated and numbered
along lower margin “Nick Waplington Untitled from the Series ‘Circles of
Civilization’ 1991/92 Sp. Edition 7/100”, unframed. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
114. R.C. Gorman (Native American, 1932-2005) Taos Spanish Lady, incised,
glazed pottery, 12-1/2 inches (diameter), signed on recto “RC Gorman”;
dated, signed, titled and numbered on verso “1194 Gorman Ltd Ed © / Taos
Spanish Lady / St I / 59/100”. Provenance: The Rio Grande Gallery, Santa Fe,
NM; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
115. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Pichet aux arums, April 20th, 1953,
white earthenware clay, decoration in engobes, engraved under glaze, 12
inches (height), dated on side of pitcher “20.4.53.” and numbered underneath
“Edition / Picasso / 57/350 / R-151” stamped “Madoura” and “Edition Picasso”.
Literature: George Ramié, Picasso’s Ceramics (no. 166). Alain Ramié, Picasso:
Catalogue of the Edited Ceramic Works 1947-1971 (no. 189). Provenance:
Madoura Poterie - Galerie d’Art, Vallauris, France; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$5000-7000.
116. Gilbert Valentin (French, 20th Century) Les Archanges, Vallauris, glazed
ceramic, 15-1/4 inches (diameter), titled and signed on verso “Les Archanges
Vallauris G Valentin”. Provenance: Private Collection, Meadowbrook, PA.
$150-250.
117. Jill Bonovitz (American, 20th Century) Glazed Porcelain Platter, 8-3/4 x 14-3/4
x 1-3/4 inches, initialed and dated on verso “JB / ICA 1999”. Exhibitions: ICA,
Philadelphia, PA. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-250.
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118. Peter Voulkos (American, 1924-2002) Glazed Ceramic Plate, 12 x 12 x 2-1/4
inches, signed and dated on verso “VOULKOS 61”. Provenance: Private
Collection, New York. $3000-5000.
119. Francis McCarthy (American, 1921-2005) Four Glazed Ceramic Vessels,
ranging in size from 4-1/4 to 7-1/2 inches (height), signed (each). Provenance:
Violette de Mazia, Merion, PA; Christie’s, New York, April 26, 1989 (Lot 2); The
Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
120. Francis McCarthy (American, 1921-2005), Ceramic Vase with Vignettes, 1990,
12-1/2 x 8-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches, signed and dated “McCarthy 90”. Provenance:
The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
121. Jeff Koons (American, born 1955) Puppy (Vase), 1998, 388/3000, glazed white
ceramic vase, 17-1/2 x 17 x 11 inches, signature and date incised beneath “J
Koons 388/3000” with original box. Publisher: Art of this Century, New York
and Paris (with their stamp). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$3000-5000.
122. Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917-2009) The Andrew Wyeth Plate for George
Jensen, The Kuerner Farm, 1971, 189/275, porcelain, 10-3/4 x 10-3/4 x 3/4
inches, signed on verso “Andrew Wyeth”. Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $25-50.
123. Kiki Smith (American, born 1954) in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop
and Museum, Owl and Pussycat, 2002, no. 11, pigment on cotton sateen with
Liberty print fabrics, 23 x 11 x 3 inches, with label on skirt. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
124. Art Nouveau Tray featuring Vintage Wallpaper, 11-3/4 x 17-1/4 x 1 inches.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
125. William Edmondson (American, 1874-1951) Two Doves, limestone,
9-1/2 x 6-3/4 x 5-1/2 inches. Exhibitions: “Miracles”, Janet Fleisher Gallery,
Philadelphia, PA, January 14-March 4, 1995 (color reproduction p. 34),
with five publications including the following titles: The Art of William
Edmondson, William Edmondson: A Retrospective and William Edmondson
and the Modernist Impulse, and one copy of Edmund L. Fuller’s, Visions in
Stone: The Sculpture of William Edmondson (signed and dated by the author).
Provenance: Edmund L. Fuller, Woodstock, NY; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$15,000-20,000.
126. Anonymous, Pair of Vintage Decorative Textile Works: An Embroidered Scene
and a Pennsylvania Dutch Love Poem, embroidery on fabric and mixed media
composition on paper, ranging in size from 7-3/4 x 9-1/2 inches (irregular
fabric) 9-3/4 x 9 inches (sheet size), framed (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-75.
127. Anonymous, Adam and Eve, offset lithograph in colors, 9-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches
(sight), framed. Provenance: Chadds Ford Antique Mall, Chadds Ford, PA; The
Betty Gordon Estate. $25-50.
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128. Claudia J. Hopf (American, 20th Century) Ten Scherenschnitt Design Paper
Cut-Outs, paper cut-out with watercolor, ranging in size from 1-3/4 x 1-3/4
inches to 7-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches (image), signed and dated, framed (each).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
129. Luke W. Gottshall (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Animal Cutouts in
Hand Painted Wood Frames, 1980-1981, mixed media, ranging in size from
10-1/4 x 8-1/4 to 10-1/2 x 14-1/4 inches (object), signed on frame verso “Luke
W. Gottshall”, framed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
130. Mary Snell (American, 19th Century) In Memoriam Painting on Velvet with
inscription by the artist’s daughter on verso, 1826, 17-1/2 x 22-3/4 inches
(sight), framed, with an exhibition catalogue entitled Mourning Becomes
America: Mourning Art in the New Nation. Provenance: Parke-Bernet Galleries,
Inc., New York, Saturday, March 5th, 1960 (Lot 546); Garth’s Auction Barn,
Delaware, OH, Saturday, May 13th, 1967(Lot 281); The Betty Gordon Estate.
$300-500.
131. Lew Hudnall (American, 20th Century) Two American Patriot Theorem
Paintings, oil on velvet, ranging in size from 10 x 8 to 13-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches
(sight), initialed, framed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-150.
132. Lew Hudnall (American, 20th Century) Hand-painted Wood Folk Art Chair
featuring a Leopard and a Tiger, oil on wood, 32-1/2 x 17 x 17 inches.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-250.
133. Lew Hudnall (American, 20th Century) Oil Painting on Board with Tramp Art
Frame, 1973, 8-1/4 x 5-3/4 x 1 inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-200.
134. Lew Hudnall (American, 20th Century) Three Naïve Works: a Christmas Scene
on canvasboard, Portrait of a Girl on board, framed, and a Landscape on
canvas, ranging in size from 5 x 7 to 12-1/4 x 16-1/4 inches, initialed or signed
with date (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
135. Lew Hudnall (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Painting: Cat in a Landscape,
polychromed wooden tableau, 11 inches (diameter), initialed and numbered
“LH 78”. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
136. Lew Hudnall (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Painting: Lion in a Landscape,
wooden tableau, 9-1/2 x 14-1/2 inches, initialed and dated “LH 78”.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
137. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Mirror, 2005,
polychromed carved wood, 18 x 12-1/4 x 4 inches, signed and dated on
verso. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
138. Elijah Pierce (American, 1892-1984) Animal Tableau, 1973, mixed media on
carved wood, 15 x 14-1/2 inches (object), dated and signed on verso “2 16 73
/ E Pierce / God Bless You”, framed, with one copy of Elijah Pierce: Woodcarver.
Provenance: The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA;
The Betty Gordon Estate. $2000-3000.
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139. Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Turkey Painting, acrylic
on board, 34-1/4 x 38-1/2 x 1 inches (object), dated and signed lower right
recto “1999 / Barbara Strawser”, framed. Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-150.
140. Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Four Halloween Works on
Paper, 1996, mixed media, ranging in size from 5 inches (diameter) to 25 x
15 inches, signed and dated, framed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-200.
141. Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Works on Paper,
gouache on paper, ranging in size from 3 x 3 to 8-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches, signed,
framed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
142. Barbra Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Paintings: Portrait
of Lester Breininger and Interior Scene, watercolors on paper, ranging in size
from 10 x 12-3/4 inches to 13 x 8 inches (sight), signed and dated, framed
(each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
143. Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Works on Paper in Handpainted Frames: Cat and Chicken, gouache on paper and acrylic on wood,
ranging in size from 12 x 10 to 10-1/4 x 12-1/2 inches, signed and dated
(each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
144. John Scholl (American, 1827-1916) Acrobats, polychromed wood, metal,
string and glue, 34 x 18-1/2 x 13 inches. Literature: Folk Art In America (color
reproduction p. 115). With seven copies of Katherine C. Grier’s Celebrations
in Wood: The Sculpture of John Scholl (1827-1916). Provenance: Willard Gallery,
New York; Andrew Wyeth, Chadds Ford, PA, with Richard Murray; The Betty
Gordon Estate. $10,000-15,000.
145. American School, 20th Century, Tramp Art Footed Box lined with Cigar Box
Paper and Polychromed Tramp Art Frame, polychromed carved wood, 7-1/2
x 10-3/4 x 8 inches (box); 14 x 12-3/4 inches (frame). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-100.
146. Howard Finster (American, 1916-2001) Guarding Angel, 1991, polychromed
carved wood, 17 x 6 x 4 inches, inscribed and signed on verso “18.000.114
works since 1976 by Howard Finster / Feb. 24 1991 God Bless / Desert Storm
Full Battle / in Gulf War”. Provenance: Philadelphia Folklore Project Folk Art
Auction, Philadelphia, PA, March 23, 1991 (Lot 66); The Betty Gordon Estate.
$200-300.
147. Miles Burkholder Carpenter (American, 1889-1985) Three Folk Art
Watermelons, 1978-1980, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 6
x 8-1/2 to 5-1/4 x 24-1/2 inches, signed and dated (each). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
148. Miles Burkholder Carpenter (American, 1889-1985) Folk Art Elephant Root
Monster, 1980, polychromed carved wood, 13-1/2 inches (height), signed and
dated, with exhibition catalog Miles Carpenter: A Second Century and a signed,
limited edition copy of Cutting the Mustard by Miles Burkholder Carpenter.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
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149. Miles Burkholder Carpenter (American, 1889-1985) Folk Art Tiger, 1979,
polychromed carved wood, 4 inches (height), signed and dated. Provenance:
Collection of Herbert W. Hemphill, Jr.; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
150. Miles Burkholder Carpenter (American, 1889-1985) Folk Art Blue Jay, 1978,
polychromed carved wood, 6 inches (height), signed and dated. Provenance:
The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
151. Miles Burkholder Carpenter (American, 1889-1985) Folk Art Bird Tree,
1980, polychromed carved wood, 10 inches (height), signed and dated.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
152. Edgar Tolson (American, 1904-1984) Adam, polychromed carved wood, 123/4 x 4 x 5 inches, signed beneath base “CARVED BY / ED TOLSON / CAMPTON
/ KY”. Provenance: Michael Hall; Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The
Betty Gordon Estate. $1200-1800.
153. Various Artists including Daniel and Barbara Strawser, (American, 20th
Century), Four Folk Art Sculptures: Dog and Three Cats, 1978, polychromed
carved wood, ranging in size from 3 to17 inches (height), Strawser sculpture
signed and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
154. Various Artists including Strawser, Gottshall and Joseph D. Herrera
(American, 20th Century) Twelve Folk Art Sculptures: Roosters, Hens, Pigs, Corn
Cob and Snake Sculptures,1978-2000, polychromed carved wood, ranging
in size from 1 to 8 inches (height), some signed and dated. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
155. Luke W. Gottshall (American, 20th Century) Seven Folk Art Bird Sculptures,
1968-1981, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 4 to 5-1/4 inches
(height), signed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
156. Luke W. Gottshall (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Sculptures: Bird
House, Bird Cage and two Birds on Perches, polychromed carved wood,
ranging in size from 3 to 11-1/2 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-75.
157. Daniel and Donna Strawser and Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American,
20th Century) Five Folk Art Animal Sculptures including Tigers, Chickens, Lions
and a Ram, 2006, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 4 to 4-1/2
inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $50-75.
158. Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Eagle
Sculpture, 1981, polychromed carved wood, 13 inches (height), signed and
dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
159. Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Lion
Sculpture, 1978, polychromed carved wood, 10 inches (height), signed and
dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
160. Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Parrot Bird
Tree Sculpture, 1981, polychromed carved wood, 14-1/2 inches (height),
signed and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
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161. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Eagle
Sculptures, 2004, polychromed carved wood, 9-1/4 inches (height), signed
and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
162. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Nine Folk Art Animal
Sculptures: Rabbits, Elephants and Birds, 1995-2005, polychromed carved
wood, ranging in size from 3-1/2 to 13-1/2 inches (height), signed and dated
(each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
163. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Three Folk Art Turkey
Sculptures, 2005-2006, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 6
to 12-1/2 inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $75-150.
164. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Turkey
Sculptures, 2006, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 4-1/2
x 9-1/2 inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-150.
165. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Five Folk Art
Halloween Figures, 1999-2005, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size
from 11-3/4 to 5-1/2 inches, signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
166. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Six American
Patriot Folk Art Figures with a Self-Portrait of the Artist (Daniel), 1991-2005,
polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 11 to 14 inches (height),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-250.
167. Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Eight Folk Art Bird
Sculptures, 1978-1981, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 3 to
6-1/2 inches (height), each signed and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-150.
168. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Figures: Tiger,
Elephant, Eagle, Fish, 1988-2005, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size
from 3-1/2 to 6-1/4 inches (height), each signed and dated. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
169. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Greater Swiss
Mountain Dog Sculptures, 1998-2005, polychromed carved wood, ranging
in size from 3-1/2 to 11-3/4 inches (height), signed and dated (each).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
170. Various Artists including Jonathan Bastian and Luke W. Gottshall
(American, 20th Century) Eleven (11) Folk Art Objects: six Hanging Folk Art Bird
Sculptures on Perches and Three Folk Art Bird Wall Sculptures, a Greater Swiss
Mountain Dog Pendant Necklace and one Folk Art Bird Sculpture, 1984-2004,
polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 1-3/4 to 6 inches (height),
most signed and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-250.
171. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Woodpecker Bird
Sculpture, 2005, polychromed carved wood, 13-1/4 inches (height), signed
and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
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172. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Tiger Sculptures,
2004-2005, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 4 to 4-1/4 inches
(height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$50-75.
173. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Seven Folk Art Bird Sculptures,
polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 3 to 12-1/2 inches (height),
most signed and dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
174. American School, 20th Century, Four Folk Art Sculptures: a Partridge in a Pear
Tree, Birds in Thistle and Two Birds, polychromed carved wood, ranging in
size from 3 to 20-1/2 inches (height), signed (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-150.
175. Luke W. Gottshall, (American, 20th Century) Three Folk Art Bird Tree
Sculptures, 1981-1982, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 8
to 15 inches (height), signed (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-150.
176. Walter and June Gottshall (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Bird Tree
Sculptures, 1980-1989, polychromed carved wood, 15-1/2 inches (height),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
177. Walter and June Gottshall (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Bird Tree, 2004,
polychromed carved wood, 25-3/4 inches (height), inscribed, signed and
dated “Pray for Peace / June and Walt / Gottshall / 2004”. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
178. Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Bird Tree
Sculpture, 1978, polychromed carved wood, 18 inches (height), signed and
dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
179. Daniel and Barbara Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Hanging
Wall Sculpture, polychromed carved wood, 12 x 35 x 12 inches, signed and
dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
180. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Bird
Tree Sculptures, 1995-1996, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from
12 to 21 inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $75-150.
181. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Turkey
Tree Sculpture, 1998 and 2004, polychromed carved wood, 13-1/2 inches
and 23-1/2 inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-75.
182. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Bird Tree
Sculptures, 1997, polychromed carved wood, 43 x 12 x 11 inches, signed and
dated. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
183. Daniel and Donna Strawser (American, 20th Century) Four Folk Art Bird
Sculptures (3 Hanging, 1 Standing), 1993-2001, polychromed carved
wood, ranging in size from 5 to 13 inches (height), each signed and dated.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
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184. Timothy W. Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Bird Sculptures,
2001-2004, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 6 to 23 inches
(height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$50-100.
185. Timothy W. Strawser (American, 20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Bird Tree
Sculptures, 2000-2006, polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 13
to 13-1/2 inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $75-150.
186. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Bird Tree, 2003,
polychromed carved wood, 26-3/4 inches (height), signed and dated.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
187. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Bird Tree, 1989,
polychromed carved wood, 25-1/4 inches (height), signed and dated.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
188. Jonathan Bastian (American, 20th Century) Folk Art Bird Tree, 2003,
polychromed carved wood, 19-1/2 inches (height), signed and dated.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
189. George T. Lopez (American, 1900-1993) Hummingbird Wall Sculpture,
carved wood, 14 x 14-3/4 x 4-1/2 inches, signed on verso “George T Lopez”.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-250.
190. American School, 20th Century, Six Hand-Painted Folk Art Fish (three
Hanging Fish of Wood and three Fish Lures of Wood and Metal), polychromed
carved wood, various sizes. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
191. International School, 20th Century, Hand Painted Leather Tiger,
polychromed leather, 10 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $25-50.
192. Various Artists including Gloria Lopez Cordova (American, 20th Century)
Three Folk Art Sculptures: Tree of Life, Snake, and Birds, hand carved wood,
ranging in size from 12-1/4 to 19 inches (height), tree of life signed “Gloria
Lopez Cordova / Cordova, NM 81523”. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$50-75.
193. D. L. Ruth (American, 19th/20th Century) Pair of Folk Art Fan Carvings,
polychromed carved wood, ranging in size from 6 to 18-3/4 inches (height),
smaller fan carving stamped and dated “D. L. RUTH 1901”. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
194. Various Artists including Mary Spellmire-Shooner (American, 20th
Century) Five Folk Art Glazed Ceramic Animal Figurines, ranging in size from 2
to 4-1/2 inches (height), some are signed and dated. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $50-75.
195. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Pair of Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Animal Figurines, ranging in size from 6 to 7 inches (height),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
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196. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Pair of Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Lions, ranging in size from 7 to 8 inches (height), signed and
dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
197. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Pennsylvania German Glazed
Redware: four Ceramic Figurines, a Pair of Vases and a Wall Plaque, ranging in
size from 3-1/2 to 8-1/2 inches, signed and dated (each). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
198. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Seven Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Plates, ranging in size from 8 to 10-1/2 inches (diameter),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
199. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Pair of Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Octagonal Platters, approximately 14 inches (diameter),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
200. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Four Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Halloween Plates, ranging in size from 7 to 10 inches
(diameter), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$50-75.
201. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Five Pennsylvania German Glazed
Redware Dishes, a Pear-Shaped Coin Bank and a Decorative Egg, ranging in
size from 4-1/2 inches to 9-1/2 inches (dish diameter) and 1-3/4 to 4 inches
(object height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-150.
202. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Pair of Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Platters: Bicentennial Platter and German Proverb Fluted Dish,
ranging in size from 12 to 15-1/2 inches (width), signed and dated (each).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
203. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Three Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Sunflower Plates, ranging in size from 7 to 14 inches
(diameter), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$50-75.
204. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Seven Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Cups and a Pitcher, ranging in size from 3 to 8 inches (height),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
205. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Eight Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Kitchen Cookware Pieces, ranging in size from 7-1/2 to 8
inches (height), signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-200.
206. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Set of five Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Canisters, ranging in size from 7 to 8-1/2 inches (height),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
207. Lester Breininger (American, 20th Century) Seven Pennsylvania German
Glazed Redware Vases, ranging in size from 6 to 9 inches (height), signed and
dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
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208. Left-Handed Russell Henry of Hay Creek, Pennsylvania (American, 20th
Century) Glazed Ceramic Chicken Plate and Bowl with Landscape Scene,
ranging in size from 7-1/2 inches (bowl) to 10-1/2 inches (diameter), bowl:
dated and signed “4/81 Hay Creek / Left Handed Russell Henry”; plate: dated,
signed, titled and inscribed “8/77 Hay Creek Left Handed Russell Henry Hay
Creek Slipware Hen. The Hen Is Considered Stupid - Well - I Can Throw A Pot
But I Can’t Lay An Egg”. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
209. Various Artists, American School, 20th Century, Seven Vintage Glazed
Earthenware Pitchers and one Flower Pot, ranging in size from 5-1/4 to
6-1/4 inches (height), flower pot marked with double arrow and small “a”.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
210. American School, 20th Century, Three Pieces of Glazed Pottery, ranging in size
from 5 to 4 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
211. A Pair of French Provincial Faience Commode-shaped Flower Pots and a
Polychromed Ceramic Pitcher, hand-painted, glazed ceramic, pots: 4-3/4 x
8-1/4 x 4-1/2 inches (each); pitcher: 7-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches. Provenance:
(Flower Pot) Christie’s East, January 29, 1986, (Lot 59); Barbara P. Alpren
Antiques, West Orange, NJ; The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
212. Mocha Ware Pitcher with Texturized Bands and Wave Patterns, gifted to
Betty Gordon by Paul and Alma C. Brunner and an unusual glazed ceramic
mug by Dr. Robert Johnson of Coshocton, OH, signed “RRJ”, 6 x 7 x 4-1/2
inches (Mocha Ware); 5 x 3-1/2 x 2 inches (mug). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-150.
213. Francine Ozereko (American, 20th Century) Hand-Built Ceramic Slab Vase,
polychromed terra cotta, 12-1/4 x 9 x 4-1/2 inches, signed beneath “Francine”.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $75-150.
214. Dominick Labino (American, 1910-1987) Seven Art Glass Objects, hand blown
and pressed colored glass, ranging in size from 2-1/4 to 7-1/2 inches (height),
signed and dated (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
215. American School, 20th Century, Pair of Pennsylvania Folk Art Bottle Cap
Baskets, 8 inches (height) (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-150.
216. American School, 20th Century Pair of Steuben Etched Glass Plates: Sand
Hill Crane Designed by Sidney Waugh after Audubon and Roseate Spoonbill
Designed by Sidney Waugh after Audubon, with display stand (each), 1965, 10
inches diameter (each). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
217. Van Briggle (American, 20th Century) Vase #645, glazed pottery, 3-1/2 x
3-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches, incised “Van Briggle / Colo Springs / 645”. Provenance:
The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
218. Henriot Quimper Vintage French Faience Set of eight Plates and a Cake Stand,
circa 1930s, plates: 9 inches (diameter); cake stand: 9 inches (diameter),
“Henriot / Quimper / 114” (each object excluding cake stand). Provenance:
Olivier Fleury, Inc., Malvern, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
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219. Henriot Quimper Glazed Ceramic “Odetta” Portrait Vase, 5 x 3-1/2 x 3-1/2
inches, initialed and inscribed “HB / Quimper / Odetta / V / 452”. Provenance:
The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
220. Henriot Quimper Vintage French Faience Square Trivet, Small Bowl and
Four Christmas Ornaments and a Large Provincial Platter, trivet: 1-1/4 x 6 x 6
inches, bowl: 1-1/4 x 3 x 3 inches, ornaments: 3 x 2-1/2 x 1/2 inches (each),
trivet: “Henriot/Quimper/11 D/ France”, bowl: “Mont-St-Michael/Henriot/
Quimper/89”, ornaments: two are signed on back :”GB/Noel 1981/Henriot/
Quimper/France/Peint main”, two are signed on back: “VM/Noel 1982/
Henriot/Quimper/France/Peint main”, signed (each). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $100-200.
221. British School, 19th Century, Five Hand-Painted and Gilt Staffordshire Spaniels
(two pairs), ranging in size from 5 to 13 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $150-250.
222. American School, 19th Century, Large Flathead Sewer Tile Spaniel in a red
glaze, Ohio, with tooled fur and well-defined incised locket and features, 101/4 inches (height). Literature: Betty Lacey (Betty Gordon) “Sewer ‘whimsies’
appealing,” Journal Herald, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1970 (reproduced p. 35).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
223. American School, 20th Century, Vintage Cast Iron Rooster Shooting Gallery
Target, Terra Cotta Chicken Waterer, Chicken Figurine, Cast Iron Tassel Doorstop,
three Vintage Hand-Painted Wood and Chalkware Bird Figurines, ranging in size
from 3-1/2 to 11-1/2 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$150-250.
224. American School, Three Chalkware Figures and a Ceramic Cat, ranging in size
from 5 to 7-1/2 inches height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $25-50.
225. American School, 19th Century, Three Chalkware Figures: a Standing Horse, a
Spotted Horse and an Early American Equestrian, ranging in size from 6 to 10
inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
226. American School, 20th Century, Seven Vintage Shore Bird Decoys, cork, wood
and metal ranging in size from 8 to 15 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $75-150.
227. American School, 20th Century, Five Vintage Decoys: Canada Goose,
Duck and Pigeon, and a Pair of Vintage Hand-Painted Canvas Duck Decoys,
polychromed canvas stretched over wood form; carved wood and
polychromed canvas over cardboard with wood stand; and stretched and
stitched canvas over form with glass eyes, ranging in size from 6-1/2 to
11inches (height), pigeon initialed “NAL” and stamped “Max Baker Pigeon
Decoy”. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-300.
228. After Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Reproduction of Dali’s 1938 “Lobster
Telephone”, 8 x 17 x 7-1/2 inches. Provenance: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Store, Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
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229. Three Painted Masks of Coconut, Paper Maché and Wood, ranging in size
from 5-1/2 to 19-3/4 inches (height), paper maché mask signed and dated
“illegible / Ca’ Macana / 88 Venice”. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$25-50.
230. Schuco (German, 20th Century) and Various Artists (American, 20th Century)
Vintage Toys including a Fishing Game (12 fish) and Miniature Farm Figurines,
one Carved Wood Figural Toy signed and dated “Made by Waldo H Lowe /
June 6 1932”, ranging in size from 6 to 23-1/2 inches (height), with a Pair
of Schuco Pic Pic Birds with mohair bodies, 2-1/2 inches (each height) and
a Beaded Bird, 3-3/4 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-150.
231. American School, 20th Century, Vintage Cast Iron Parrot Doorstop and
a Balancing Parrot, ranging in size from 14 to 24-1/2 inches (height).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-400.
232. American School, 20th Century, Three Vintage Cast Iron Frog Doorstops and
a Cast Iron Cricket Bootjack (four objects), approximately 3 inches tall (each
frog); 11-1/2 inches (cricket length). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-200.
233. American School, 20th Century, Hubley Boston Terrier Cast Iron Doorstop, 10
inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
234. American School, 20th Century, Vintage Cast Iron Bradley and Hubbard Cairn
Terrier Dog Doorstop, 9 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-200.
235. American School, 20th Century, Four Vintage Cast Iron items: Pair of Flower
Basket Bookends, a Handled Floral Spray Doorstop, a Sheaves of Wheat
Doorstop and a Pair of Golden Retriever Bookends, ranging in size from 4 to 14
inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
236. American School, 20th Century, Three Vintage Cast Iron Flower Basket
Doorstops, ranging in size from 8-1/4 to 9 inches (height). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
237. American School, 20th Century, Two Vintage Cast Iron Flower Basket
Doorstops and a very Rare Wood Flower Basket Doorstop, ranging in size from 8
to 10 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
238. American School, 20th Century, Three Vintage Cast Iron Flower Basket
Doorstops including a Pennsylvania German Folk-Art Basket of Tulips, circa
1870, ranging in size from 5-3/4 to 8-1/4 inches (height). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
239. American School, 20th Century, Pair of Vintage Cast Iron Doorstops: Cottage
in the Woods and Cape Cod House, ranging in size from 5-3/4 to 8 inches
(height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $300-500.
240. American School, 20th Century, Pair of Vintage Cast Iron Lipizzaner Horse
Doorstops, 11 inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-150.
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241. American School, 20th Century, Pair of Figural Cast Iron Doorstops: Robert
E. Lee and Young Maiden, ranging in size from 5 to 7-1/2 inches (height).
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
242. American School, 20th Century, Three Vintage Cast Iron Flower Basket
Doorstops, ranging in size from 5-3/4 to 9-3/4 inches (height). Provenance:
The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
243. Four Southwestern Ceramic Objects including a Pueblo Rain God Figurine,
a Flora Naranjo Redware Dish with Geometric Designs, a Geometric
Patterned Ceramic Pot and a Hand Burnished Ceramic Vessel, vessels
ranging in size from 5-1/4 to 5-1/2 inches (diameter); figurine measures 6-1/4
inches (height). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $25-50.
244. Collection of Finely Carved Inuit Ivory and Bone Fish, Bodkins, Crochet
Hooks, Needle Cases, Clothes Pins, Thread Winders, Buttons, a Brass Fish,
a Celluloid Brooch, a Miniature Scrimshaw Cabochon and a Figure in a
Kayak carved from Petrified Walrus Tusk (34 objects), ranging in size from
3/4 of an inch to 6 inches (length). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$200-300.
245. Inuit Carved Whale Bone Mask, 8-1/2 x 6 x 2-1/2 inches. Provenance: Nina
Hellman, Katonah, NY; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
246. A Collection of Steer Horn Objects including a Drinking Cup and two Fish,
cup measures 4 inches (height); fish ranging in size from 6 to 8-3/4 inches
(length). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-100.
247. Tlingit Twined Basket, 6-1/2 inches (diameter) and two Contemporary Woven
Baskets, ranging in size from 3 to 6-1/2 inches (diameter). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
248. Collection of Northwest Coast Objects including three Hand-Painted Inuit
Arrows with Metal Points, a Ceramic Vase by Sascha Brastoff, a miniature
Inuit Hand-Carved and Painted Wood Totem Pole, circa 1950s and a Woven
Box Lid with Feathers and Ivory, ranging in size from 5-1/2 x 29-1/2 inches.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
249. Inuit Sealskin Boots with Beadwork and Leather Straps, 9 x 13 x 4-1/2
inches (each boot). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $200-400.
250. Collection of Finely Carved Inuit Ivory and Bone Tools including Forks,
Spoons, Knives, a Scrimshaw Letter Opener and Pie Server, Nail File,
Weekly Calendar, Inuit Figurine and two Clothes Brushes (18 objects),
ranging in size from 3-1/4 to 10-1/2 inches (length). Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $200-300.
251. American School, 20th Century, Vintage Tole: Pair of Sconces, A Pair of Tole
Urns with Coastal Scenes and a Pair of Flower Basket Bookends, polychromed
tin, ranging in size from 6-1/2 to 10-1/2 inches (height). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
252. Pair of Beaded Glass Flower Bouquets in Hand-carved Wooden Vases, glass
beads strung on wire, 14 x 8-1/2 x 4 inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $25-50.
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253. British School, 18th Century, Staffordshire Salt Glaze Wall Pocket in the form
of a Satyr’s Head, all white, circa 1745-1750, 7-1/2 x 6 x 2 inches. Provenance:
Joseph Downs, Winterthur, DE; Price Glover Inc., New York; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $400-600.
254. American School, Primitive Painted Wood Checkered Game Board, 22-1/4 x 29
inches (board). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
255. Late 18th Century French Carved Walnut Trunk Façade, 35 x 10 x 1 inches.
Provenance: French Corner Antiques, Ardmore, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$50-75.
256. The E. Ingraham & Co., Carved and Stamped Walnut Gingerbread Mantle
Clock with Stenciled Door, Original Winding Key and Pendulum, stamped
within “Manufactured by / The E. Ingraham & Co. / Bristol, Conn.”, circa 1877,
21 x 11-1/2 x 4 inches, and a Carved Pine Cuckoo Wall Clock with Woodland
Motif, two Cast Iron Pine Cone weights, Manufactured by the American
Cuckoo Clock Company, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1950, 18 x 14 x 6 inches,
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $50-75.
257. Vintage Copper Dog Weathervane, 47 inches (overall height); 32 inches
(dog length). Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
258. Hand-Painted and Stenciled Chest of Six Drawers from Seven Hills Road
Near Winesburg, OH, first half of the 19th Century, 51-1/2 x 41-1//4 x 21-1/4
inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
259. Vintage Pennsylvania Dutch Blanket Chest with a Faux Burl Finish above
four Turned Legs with Lidded Interior Side Compartment, 23-1/2 x 37-1/2
x 21-1/4 inches (object). Provenance: Hattie Klapp Brunner; The Bohnes,
Newmanstown, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
260. 19th Century Carved Wood Louis XV Style Caned Arm Chair with Cabriole
Legs, 36 x 26-1/2 x 23 inches. Provenance: Robert David Antiques, Bryn Mawr,
PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
261. Pair of Early 19th Century Carved Louis XVI Style Chairs with Distressed
Ribbon and Bow Motif, 34-1/4 x 24 x 19-1/2 inches (each). Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $200-400.
262. Vintage Hand-Painted Lidded Grain Bin with Single Lower Drawer Below,
37 x 26 x 14 inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-200.
263. Late 19th Century Carved Oak Night Stand with Rosette Motif and
a Hinged Door Carved with a Portrait Medallion, 29 x 15 x 15 inches.
Provenance: Olivier Fleury, Inc., West Chester, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-150.
264. Max Kuehne (American, 1880-1968) Hand-Painted Floral Motif Corner
Commode with an Interior Shelf, watercolor, silver leaf and lacquer on gessoed
wood, interior painted and lined, signature incised along lower right recto,
29-1/2 x 47-1/2 x 29 inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$2000-3000.
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265. A Carved Wood Louis XV Style Chair with Cabriole Legs, 34-1/2 x 24-1/2 x 19
inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
266. Carved Oak French Buffet with Paneled Doors, Brass Hardware and Key,
circa 1740, 38-1/4 x 52 x 22-1/2 inches. Provenance: William Griffith Antiques,
Dallas, TX; The Betty Gordon Estate. $800-1200.
267. Miniature Antique French Chest of Drawers, mid 19th Century, 13 x 16-1/4
x 8-1/2 inches. Provenance: Hastings House, Essex, CT; The Betty Gordon
Estate. $100-200.
268. American School, 18th Century, New England Hepplewhite Sideboard of
Mahogany with Fruitwood Inlay, circa 1790, left and right compartments with
hinged doors; central drawer above a central compartment with hinged
double doors, 39-1/2 x 72-1/4 x 25 inches. Provenance: Matthew & Elisabeth
Sharpe, Spring Mill, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $1200-1800.
269. Antique Walnut Flatware Storage Cabinet with Shell Motif Inlay and Brass
Hardware, 14-1/2 x 10-1/2 x 9-1/4 inches. Provenance: The Betty Gordon
Estate. $50-75.
270. French School, 19th Century, Antique Brittany Carved and Stamped Miniature
Wood Armoire with two hinged doors, 20-1/4 x 14-1/4 x 7-1/4 inches.
Provenance: Olivier Fleury, Inc., West Chester, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate.
$100-200.
271. Pair of Chippendale Mahogany Gueridons with Reeded Tapering Column,
Prince of Wales feathers with circular molded platform above a tripod
base terminating in ball and claw feet, 42-1/2 inches (height); 11-3/4
inches (platform diameter). Provenance: Estate of Harriet E. Woodward, Jr.,
Philadelphia, PA; The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
272. Twenty (20) publications including the following titles: Herbert W.
Hemphill, Jr. and Julia Weissman, Twentieth-Century American Folk Art and
Artists (inscribed and signed by the author). The Herbert Waide Hemphill,
Jr. Collection of 18th, 19th, and 20th Century American Folk Art (two copies,
each signed by Herbert Hemphill). American Folk Art from H.W. Hemphill, Jr.
Collection (a rare copy with Japanese text inscribed by Bert Hemphill). M.M.
Esterman, A Fish That’s a Box, Folk Art from the National Museum of American
Art Smithsonian Institution. American Folk Art, The Herbert Waide Hemphill
Jr. Collection. Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, Made with Passion: The Hemphill Folk
Art Collection in the National Museum of American Art (inscribed and signed
by Herbert Hemphill and Lynda Roscoe Hartigan). Lynda Roscoe Hartigan,
Made with Passion: The Hemphill Folk Art Collection in the National Museum
of American Art (inscribed by Bert Hemphill). Folk Art USA since 1900 from
the Collection of Herbert Waide Hemphill, Jr. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller
Folk Art Collection, An Address by Mitchell A. Wilder, Vice-President, Colonial
Williamsburg and Director of the Collection on the Occasion of the Opening
of the Collection March 15, 1957. American Folk Art from the Abby Aldrich
Rockefeller Folk Art Collection. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection,
Gallery Book. Folk Art in America, A Living Tradition, Selections from the Abby
Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection. American Folk Art, The Exhibition of 1932.
A Gallery Guide, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection. Nina Fletcher
Little, The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection. Beatrix T. Rumford
and Carolyn J. Weekley, Treasures of American Folk Art from the Abby Aldrich
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Rockefeller Folk Art Center. American Primitives, An Exhibit of the Paintings of
Nineteenth Century Folk Artists. Masterpieces of American Folk Art. Peter C.
Welsh, American Folk Art, The Art and Spirit of a People. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $150-200.
273. Twelve (12) publications including the following titles: Robert Bishop,
American Folk Sculpture (two copies, hardback and soft cover). 200 Years
of American Sculpture. Cynthia V.A. Schaffner and Susan Klein, Folk Hearts:
A Celebration of the Heart Motif in American Folk Art. American Folk Art:
Expressions of a New Spirit. Jean Lipman and Alice Winchester, The Flowering
of American Folk Art (1776-1876). Adele Earnest, Folk Art In America. Jay
Johnson and William C. Ketchum, Jr., American Folk Art of the Twentieth
Century. Michael D. Hall, Stereoscopic Perspective: Reflections on American
Fine and Folk Art. Frank Staff, The Valentine & Its Origins. Charlene Cerny
and Suzanne Seriff, Recycled Re-Seen: Folk Art from the Global Scrap Heap.
Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
274. Twelve (12) publications including the following titles: American Folk
Sculpture: The Work of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Craftsmen. Elinor
Lander Horwitz, The Bird, the Banner, and Uncle Sam: Images of America in Folk
and Popular Art. Fred & Mary Fried, America’s Forgotten Folk Arts. Avon Neal &
Ann Parker, Ephemeral Folk Figures: Scarecrows, Harvest Figures, and Snowmen.
Patrick Bracco, Fireworks/Feux d’Artifices: French Fireworks from the 17th to the
19th Century. Ellen Ficklen, Watermelon. Lavitt, Wendy, American Folk Dolls.
Wrestling with History: A Celebration of African American Self-Taught Artists.
Jane Livingston and John Beardsley, Black Folk Art in America, 1930-1980.
Wendy Lavitt, Animals in American Folk Art. Ian M.G. Quimby and Scott T.
Swank, eds., Perspectives on American Folk Art. Julia S. Ardery, The Temptation,
Edgar Tolson and the Genesis of Twentieth-Century Folk Art. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
275. Twenty-six (26) publications including the following titles: Common
Ground / Uncommon Ground, The Michael and Julie Hall Collection of American
Folk Art (inscribed by Michael Hall). Robert Bishop, Treasures of American
Folk Art from the Collection of the Museum of American Folk Art (inscribed by
the author). Robert J. Polley, America’s Folk Art, Treasures of American Folk
Arts and Crafts in Distinguished Museums and Collections. A World of Their
Own, Twentieth-Century American Folk Art. C. Kurt Dewhurst and Marsha
MacDowell, Rainbows in the Sky, The Folk Art of Michigan in the Twentieth
Century. Laurel Seth and Ree Mobley, Folk Art Journey. Folk Art of Kentucky, A
Survey of Kentucky’s Self-Taught Artists. Point of View: American Folk Art from
the William and Ann Oppenhimer Collection. Selected Treasures of Greenfield
Village and Henry Ford Museum. Kenneth L. Ames, Beyond Necessity, Art in
the Folk Tradition. Bruce Johnson, American CAT-alogue, The Cat in American
Folk Art. Charles Miles and Pierre Bovis, American Indian and Eskimo Basketry,
A Key to Identification. Elinor Lander Horwitz, Contemporary American Folk
Artists. Folk Visions: Folk Art from the Meadow Farm Museum Collection.
Robert G. Wheeler, Folk Art and The Street of Shops, Henry Ford Museum.
Vernon S. Gunnion and Carroll J. Hopf, eds., The Blacksmith, Artisan Within
the Early Community. Robert Bishop, American Folk Sculpture from the Hall
Collection. Terry Dintenfass, Edith Gregor Halpert Folk Art Collection. The
Edith Gregor Halpert Folk Art Collection, Property of Terry Dintenfass. New York,
Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., 1973. 2 Day Antiques Auction, Folk Art. Delaware,
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OH, Garth’s Auctions, Inc, 1985. Auction, Primitive and Country Furniture and
Accessories, Quilts, Coverlets, and Trivets. Delaware, OH: Garth’s Auctions, Inc.,
1981. The Howard and Jean Lipman Collection of Important American Folk
Art & Painted Furniture, The Property of the Museum of American Folk Art, New
York. New York: Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., 1981. Important American Folk
Art and Furniture, The Distinguished Collection of the Late Stewart E. Gregory,
Wilton, Connecticut. New York: Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., 1979. Two-Day on
the Premises Auction of Barbara Johnson’s Princeton, NJ Residence. Nantucket,
MA: Rafael Osona Auctioneer & Appraiser, 1994. The Clarion, (two volumes: Fall,
1975 and Spring, 1977) Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-200.
276. Twenty-four (24) publications including the following titles: Michigan Folk
Art: Its Beginnings to 1941. Robert Doty, American Folk Art In Ohio Collections.
Alice Ford, Pictorial Folk Art New England to California. Simon J. Bronner,
A Critical Bibliography of American Folk Art, Vol. 3. A Virginia Sampler, 18th,
19th & 20th Century Folk Art. Early New Jersey Artists, 18th and 19th Centuries.
Charles H. Carpenter, Jr. and Mary Grace Carpenter, The Decorative Arts and
Crafts of Nantucket. William Ayres, ed., A Poor Sort of Heaven, A Good Sort
of Earth: The Rose Valley Arts and Crafts Experiment. Jane C. Beck, Always
in Season: Folk Art and Traditional Culture in Vermont. Jack E. Adamson,
Illustrated Handbook of Ohio Sewer Pipe Folk Art. Made in Ohio: Furniture
1788-1888. Hal Cannon, ed., Utah Folk Art. Missing Pieces: Georgia Folk
Art 1770-1976. Christine Skeeles Schloss, The Beardsley Limner and Some
Contemporaries. Clarence Edwin Spohn and Cynthia Marquet, eds., Journal
of The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley XXIV (1999). Outward Signs of
Inner Beliefs: Symbols of American Patriotism. The Hudson Scenes Remembered.
Folk Art From Northeast Kentucky. Found in New York’s North Country: The Folk
Art of a Region. Generations of Kentucky. Alexandra Grave, Three Centuries
of Connecticut Folk Art. Wisconsin Folk Art: A Sesquicentennial Celebration.
Self-Taught Pennsylvania Artists: Hicks, Kane, Pippin. Priscilla Sawyer Lord and
Daniel S. Foley, The Folk Arts and Crafts of New England. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $150-200.
277. Twenty-nine (29) publications including the following titles: Earl F.
Robacker, Pennsylvania Dutch Stuff, A Guide to Country Antiques (two editions).
Arthur E. James, The Potters and Potteries of Chester County, Pennsylvania
(signed by the author). Henry J. Kauffman, Pennsylvania Dutch American
Folk Art. (signed by the author). Margaret B. Schiffer, Historical Needlework
of Pennsylvania. Beatrice B. Garvan, The Pennsylvania German Collection.
Nina Fletcher Little, Neat and Tidy, Boxes and Their Contents Used in Early
American Households. Pennsylvania German Fraktur and Color Drawings. The
Homespun Textile Tradition of the Pennsylvania Germans. Peter C. Welsh,
The Art of Enterprise, A Pennsylvania Tradition. Pennsylvania Folk Art. Elmer
L. Smith, Antiques in Pennsylvania Dutchland. Folk Art of Rural Pennsylvania
from the Collection of Henry J. Kauffman, Lancaster, PA (signed by Henry J.
Kauffman). Hope Middleton Wood, Early Chester County in Stone, Brick and
Wood. Eleanore Price Mather, Edward Hicks, Primitive Quaker, His Religion in
Relation to His Art. Irwin Richman, Pennsylvania’s Decorative Arts in the Age of
Handcraft. Lester P. Breininger, Jr., Potters of the Tulpehocken, A Pioneer Study
of the Potters of the Western Part of Berks County, Southeastern Pennsylvania
(inscribed by the author). Lester P. Breininger, Jr., Going, Going, Gone, An
Historical Account of the Public Sale in The Berks County Area of Pennsylvania
(inscribed by the author). Arthur D. Graeff, The Pennsylvania Germans.
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Herbert Schiffer, Early Pennsylvania Hardware. Frances Lichten, Pennsylvania
German Chests. Hazel Reeder Kelley, The ABC of Rug Making. Paul R. Wieand,
Outdoor Games of the Pennsylvania Germans. Mrs. C. Naaman Keyser,
Pennsylvania German Pottery. Guy F. Reinert, Pennsylvania German Coverlets.
Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art from The Geesey
Collection and Others. E. Bryding Adams, The Fraktur Artist Henry Young (two
copies). Arts and Crafts of Pennsylvania. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$150-200.
278. Ten (10) publications including the following titles: Earl F. Robacker, Old
Stuff in Up-Country Pennsylvania. Beatrice B. Garvan & Charles F. Hummel,
The Pennsylvania Germans, A Celebration of Their Arts 1683-1850. Patricia T.
Herr, Amish Arts of Lancaster County. Jack L. Lindsey, Worldly Goods, The Arts
of Early Pennsylvania, 1680-1758. Earl F. Robacker, Touch of the Dutchland.
Frances Lichten, Folk Art of Rural Pennsylvania. Frederick S. Weiser and Howell
J. Heaney, The Pennsylvania German Fraktur of The Free Library of Philadelphia,
Vols I-II.(Vol. I signed by Frederick Weiser). John Joseph Stoudt, Sunbonnets
and Shoofly Pies, A Pennsylvania Dutch Cultural History. John Joseph Stoudt,
Early Pennsylvania Arts and Crafts. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate.
$150-250.
279. Fourteen (14) publications including the following titles: Ellin Gordon,
Barbara R. Luck, Tom Patterson, Flying Free: Twentieth-Century Self-Taught Art
from the Collection of Ellin and Baron Gordon (inscribed and signed, “”Ellin and
Baron Gordon””). Alice Rae Yelen, Passionate Visions of the American South:
Self-Taught Artists from 1940 to the Present. Tom Patterson, Reclamation and
Transformation: Three Self-Taught Chicago Artists. Self-Taught Artists of the
20th Century: An American Anthology. Charles Russell, ed., Self-Taught Art:
The Culture and Aesthetics of American Vernacular Art. Sydney Janis, They
Taught Themselves: American Primitive Painters of the 20th Century. Lucienne
Perry, Art Brut: The Origins of Outsider Art. Michael D. Hall and Eugene W.
Metcalf, Jr. eds., The Artist Outsider: Creativity and the Boundaries of Culture.
William Rubin, ed., Primitivism in 20th Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal to the
Modern. Vols I and II. Jean Lipman, Provocative Parallels: Naïve Early Americans
International Sophisticates. Gail Andrews Trechsel, ed., Pictured in My Mind,
Contemporary American Self-Taught Art from the Collection of Dr. Kurt Gitter
and Alice Rae Yelen. Transmitters: The Isolate Artist in America. Driven to Create,
The Anthony Petullo Collection of Self-Taught & Outsider Art. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $100-150.
280. Seventeen (17) publications including the following titles: Warren and
Sylvia Lowe, Leroy’s Zoo. Queena Stovall Artist of the Blue Ridge Piedmont
(signed by the artist “Queena Stovall”). Barbara R. Luck and Alexander
Sackton, Eddie Arning Selected Drawings, 1964-1973. Personal Voice The
Ruth and Robert Vogele Collection of Self-Taught Art (signed, “Bob Vogele”).
Howard Finster, Howard Finsters Vision of 1982. J.F. Turner, Howard Finster
Man of Visions The Life and Work of a Self-taught Artist. Howard Finster Man
of Visions (two copies). Frank Maresca and Roger Ricco, William Hawkins
Paintings. Patrick Watson, Fasanella’s City The paintings of Ralph Fasanella,
with the story of his life and art by Patrick Watson (inscribed and signed by
artist “Ralph Fasanella”). Otto Kallir, ed., Grandma Moses American Primitive.
Otto Kallir, Grandma Moses. Horace Pippin. Judith E. Stein, I Tell My Heart
The Art of Horace Pippin (inscribed and signed by the author “Judith Stein”).
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Visions from the Left Coast: California Self-Taught Artists. Lynne Adele, Spirited
Journeys, Self-Taught Texas Artists of the Twentieth Century. Roger Manley, The
End is Near! Visions of the Apocalypse, Millennium and Utopia. Provenance: The
Betty Gordon Estate. $150-200.
281. Sixteen (16) publications including the following titles: David Michaelis,
N.C. Wyeth, A Biography. Christine B. Podmaniczky, N.C. Wyeth, Experiment
and Invention, 1925-1935. Christine B. Podmaniczky, The Wyeths in Chadds
Ford, The Early Years. Stephen May, N.C. Wyeth and his Grandson: A Legacy.
Lauren Raye Smith, Tom Brokaw, and David Michaelis, One Nation, Patriots
and Pirates Portrayed by N.C. Wyeth and James Wyeth. Richard McLanathan,
The Brandywine Heritage. Thomas Hoving, Wyeth on Helga. Paul Horgan,
The Artifice of Henriette Wyeth, Blue Light. Ann Wyeth McCoy, A View of Her
Own, Watercolors (inscribed and signed, “Anne B McCoy”). Jamie Wyeth, Dog
Days. Victoria K. Woodhull, ed., Gulls, Ravens, and A Vulture, The Ornithological
Paintings of Jamie Wyeth. Pamela J. Belanger, ed., Capturing Nureyev, James
Wyeth Paints the Dancer. Museum Edition for the Jamie Wyeth Exhibit, Jamie
Wyeth. Betsy James Wyeth and Jamie Wyeth, The Stray (two copies, each
signed by the authors, one copy also signed “Jimmy Lynch”). Elizabeth
Seabrook and Jamie Wyeth, Cabbages and Kings (inscribed and signed by
the authors). James Duff, Andrew Wyeth, Thomas Hoving, Lincoln Kirstein,
An American Vision, Three Generations on Wyeth Art. Provenance: The Betty
Gordon Estate. $150-250.
282. Sixteen (16) publications ncluding the following titles: Betsy James Wyeth,
Christina’s World: Paintings and Pre-studies of Andrew Wyeth. Betsy James
Wyeth, Wyeth at Kuerners (signed by Karl J. Kuerner). Wondrous Strange:
The Wyeth Tradition. Andrew Wyeth, Temperas, Watercolors, Dry Brush,
Drawings, 1938 into 1966. Richard Meryman, Andrew Wyeth A Secret Life
(inscribed and signed by the author). The Art of Andrew Wyeth. Andrew
Wyeth and John Wilmerding, Andrew Wyeth, The Helga Pictures. Anne Classen
Knutson, Andrew Wyeth, Memory & Magic. Susan Strickler, Andrew Wyeth,
Early Watercolors. Henry Adams, Andrew Wyeth, Master Drawings from the
Artist’s Collection. Beth Venn and Adam D. Weinberg, Unknown Terrain: The
Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth. Andrew Wyeth and Thomas Hoving, Andrew
Wyeth Autobiography. Andrew Wyeth, Two Worlds of Andrew Wyeth: Kuerners
and Olsons. Victoria Browning Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, Her Room. Andrew
and Betsy Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, Close Friends. Anna B. McCoy, John W. McCoy,
American Painter. Provenance: The Betty Gordon Estate. $150-200.
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INDEX
Name
Lot Number
20th Century School 9, 61
Adams, Phoebe
102
American School
224, 254
American School, 18th Century
268
American School, 19th Century
222, 225
American School, 20th Century
1, 90, 145, 174, 190, 209, 210, 215, 216, 223, 226, 227, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 251
Anonymous
59, 126, 127
Appel, Karel 91
Ashton, Ethel V. 33
Avery, Sally Michel 67
British School, 18th Century
253
British School, 19th Century
221
Barnett, William 79
Bastian, Jonathan 168, 169, 171, 172, 173,
186, 187, 188
Bedel, Walter L., Jr.
32
Berd, Morris 51
Bertoia, Harry 112
Bertoia, Val 108
Bonovitz, Jill
117
Borelli, Guido 27
Bostelle, Tom
71
Bourgeois, Louise 95
Breininger, Lester 195,196, 197,198, 199, 200, 201,
202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207
Briggle, Van 217
Butler, Theodore Earl 57
Carpenter, Miles Burkholder 147, 148, 149, 150, 151
Cassatt, Mary Stevenson 97
Chagall, Marc 98
Cotter, Jacqueline
41
Dali, Salvador after
228
Day, Worden 101
De Santis
72
Derain, André 76, 82
Dubuffet, Jean 96
Edmondson, William
125
Evans, Paul
107
European School, 20th Century
3
Ewing, William O., III
2
Fenton, Eleanor 36
Finster, Howard 146
French School, 19th Century
270
Gay, Walter
7
Giacometti, Alberto 86
Gilot, Françoise 88
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Gorman, R.C. Gottshall, Luke W. Gottshall, Walter and June He, An Heaulmé, François Henry, Russell Hopf, Claudia J.
Hoschedé-Monet, Blanche Hudnall, Lew Hudson River School
International School, 20th Century
Johnson, George Kimmel, E. Koons, Jeff Kuehne, Max Kuerner, Karl J.
Kurland, Justine Labino, Dominick
Latimer, Ralph Randolph
Le Clair, Charles Léger, Fernand
Lopez, George T.
Lynch, James Marsman, John
Mauret, E. Gaul Max, Peter McCarthy, Francis McCarthy, Justin McCoy, Ann Wyeth McCoy, Anna Brelsford Miró, Joan Misrach, Richard
Mitchell, Joan Neiman, LeRoy
Osborne, Elizabeth Ozereko, Francine
Palmer, Walter Launt Pavone, Pierre
Picasso, Pablo
Pierce, Elijah Piper, Jane
Pogach, Gerald Price, Elizabeth Freedly
Quimper, Henriot Redifer, Rea Richards, Henry
Riesenbach, Lorraine Romeu, F. Poch
Ruth, D. L. Savitsky, Jack Scarborough, Paul
Schade, M.
Scholl, John
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31, 114
129, 155, 156, 175
176, 177
37
70
208
128
35, 40, 47
131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136
12
191
74
26
121
34, 264
18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 14, 15, 24, 105
104
214
11
58
85
189
77
8
48
93
119, 120
75
13, 23
30
106
54
66, 100
92
68, 69
213
28
3
84, 87, 89, 115
138
80, 78
50
4
218, 219, 220
83
9
45
44
193
73
17, 16, 81
61
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Scott, Bill
52, 53, 99
Signac, Paul 94
Smith, Kiki
123
Snell, Mary 130
Solowey, Ben
5, 6
Strawser, Barbara
139, 140, 141, 142, 143
Strawser, Daniel and Barbara 153, 158, 159, 160, 167, 178, 179
Strawser, Daniel and Donna 137, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 180, 181,182, 183
Strawser, Daniel and Donna
and Daniel and Barbara Strawser
157
Strawser, Timothy W.
Taylor, Ralph Tolson, Edgar Torrey-Godwin, Margery Toulgouat, Jean Marie Valentin, Gilbert Various Artists
Voulkos, Peter
Waplington, Nick Warhol, Andy and Wyeth, Jamie
Watkins, Franklin Chenault Weymouth, Ann McCoy
Wiggins, Kim Douglas
Wyeth, Andrew
Yates, Fred J.
Zekind, Rose Crane
184, 185
111
152
25
38, 39, 42, 43, 49
116
192, 170, 194, 154, 209
118
113
103
60
10
55, 56
122
62, 63, 64, 65
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Please note that designer jewelry, fashion and other items
from the Betty Gordon Estate will be included in our
December 5, 2009 Auction. Consignments are still welcome.
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