333 North Main Street Lambertville, NJ 8530 United States
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Preview will be held in the Upper Gallery of 204 North Union Street, Lambertville, NJ beginning Saturday, February 2nd and ending the day of of the sale, Saturday, February 9th. Preview hours are from 12:00 until 5:00 each day, except the day of the sale, when preview will be from 9:00 until the start of the auction, at 12:00 noon. Preview hours are also available by appointment. Please keep in mind, the auction will take place at our main location: 333 North Main Street, Lambertville, NJ which is about three blocks from the preview building.
A sale of paintings, drawings and sculpture by American and European artists, including a dedicated sale for collectors of the art of the Delaware River Valley. It includes an exceptional drawing by Daniel Garber, Portrait of Elsa Laubach, ca. 1910. Also of note is Summer Reflections/Cooper River by Laurence A. Campbell and Fern Isabel Coppedge's Bucks County Landscape. An untitled landscape by Arthur Meltzer in a period Newcomb Macklin frame and Cedars in Winter by Walter Baum each shows the Bucks County landscape in winter. The sale contains many other fine Pennsylvania pastorals, as well, by Bernard Badura, Charles Warren Eaton, Kenneth R. Nunamaker, Charles Hargens and Melville Stark; street scenes and cityscapes from Frederick R. Wagner, Antonio Pietro Martino and Ranulph Bye; and seascapes by William Trost Richards and John Fulton Folinsbee. Those in search of the Pennsylvania Modernists will find Lloyd Ney, Joseph Meierhans, Richard Harrison Crist and Elsie Driggs. The second session features works by American and European artists. Notable is a landscape by George Loftus Noyes; a recently discovered pastel by Max Liebermann (authenticated and in the catalogue raisonne); seascapes by Frederick Judd Waugh, Howard Russell Butler and Hermann Herzog; oils on canvas by Franklin Benjamn DeHaven (directly from the family of the artist); Rafaello Sorbi's Giotto e Cimabue (recently accepted into the Sorbi Archives); View of Ischia by Nicola Simbari; a canal scene by Lucien Frank; Birge Harrison's Morning on the Hudson; portraits from Francois Gall and Moses Soyer; and a small work by the Russian theatrical designer/artist Serge Soudeikine. This sale also features a grouping of bronzes, including work by Edward Henry Berge and Harriet Whitney Frishmuth; two oils by Nova Scotia folk artist Joe Norris; three illustrations by Ilonka Karasz, and works by Max Kuehne, Oscar Bluemner, Gustave Weigand and George Copeland Ault.