New Orleans, LA, United States
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Neal Auction Spring Estates Auction- SESSION ONE

Spring Estates Auction April 16 & 17, 2005 On Our Premises 4038 Magazine Street & 3923 Carondelet Street FEATURING: The Contents of the Gothic Revival Showplace, Rose Hill Plantation, Bluffton, South Carolina * Period Furniture and Decorations from the Estate of an Alabama Lady * Property from the High Museum of Art, sold to benefit the Decorative Arts and Paintings Acquisition Fund * Property from the Collection of August & Iris Trovaioli, Grand Bay, Alabama * Property of the Noted Antiquarian Stanley G. Levy, from his Gallery at Louisiana Avenue and Magazine Street, in New Orleans (Part 1) Exhibition both galleries beginning Monday, April 4, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Special Saturday Exhibition, April 9, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening Preview Reception, Thursday, April 14, 5 to 7 p.m. AUCTION SCHEDULE Saturday, April 16, 10 a.m. 4038 Magazine Street Sunday, April 17, 11 a.m. 3923 Carondelet Street Auction to include Period English, American and Continental Furniture including: a Sheraton poster bed; very fine Am. Neo-Grec inlaid center table; pair Phila. bowfront chests; Am. Rococo full-tester bed; early Am. stepback cupboard; eight Am. Classical dining chairs; good set of twelve antique English dining chairs; fine Am. Gothic library table; Edwardian Carleton House desk; Japanned chest on stand; Venetian painted bed, dressing table; good pair of Louis XV fauteuils; early Georgian walnut chest; period Geo. III gentleman's linen press; very fine Ital. 18th c. cabinet; early 19th c. Continental pier table, a fine Rococo Revival tubular clock, an Am. high-style pianoforte, a Regency girandole mirror; and more. Decorative arts selections include: an important group of mixed metal objects by Tiffany, Gorham and others; fine mirrors incl. labeled Am. Classical examples; fine Chinese export porcelain; rare Newcomb metalwork box, pottery, bookplates; Mardi Gras ephemera; period lighting incl. a fine Neo-Grec chandelier, astral and argand lamps; extensive antique glass; fine English antique tea caddies and boxes; antique globes and barometers; Victorian papier mache; decorative and antique garden items incl. sugar kettle, plantation bell; 19th c. marble sculpture, period bronzes; fine silver featuring Tiffany, Jensen, Boulton, Gorham, Vict. and Georgian examples; extensive Continental and English porcelain, clocks; many fine estate carpets, and much more. European and British Paintings by Edouard Leon Cortes, Hans Zatzka, Jacob Sibrandi Mancadan, Antoine Blanchard, Leo Gausson, Jean Vinay, Niek van der Plas, Lado Gudiachvili, Victor LeClaire, Anton Mauve, Raymond Lynde, David G. Steell, Marie Seymour Lucas, John Surtees. Fine art prints by Pablo Picasso, Louis Icart, Hiroshi Yoshida. An extensive selection of Southern regional art including Elizabeth O¹Neill Verner, George Louis Viavant, Marie Hull, Sadie Irvine, George Henry Clements, Alberta Kinsey, John McCrady, Robert Rucker, Edward E. Arnold, Peter Hohnstedt, Hazel Guggenheim McKinley, Ruth Robertson Fontenot, Tom Cavanaugh, Ellsworth Woodward, Emil Holzhauer, Will Hinds,Noel Rockmore, Nestor Fruge, Robert Harshe, Knute Heldner (attr.), Carl Groh, S. Millington, Marie Williamson, Edmund Osthaus, A.J. Drysdale, W.A. Walker, Nell Pomeroy O'Brien, John Bennett, Warre LeBron, Willie White, Martin Laborde, Dr. Finley, F. Percher, Henry Casselli, Emery Clark, Francisco McBride, Carrie Armstrong, John Lang, Rolland Golden, Stanley Rames, Fred Trenchard, Kitty O'Meallie, Mildred Wohl, Ralph Brewer, Harold Quistgaard, W. Stuart Archibald, Fran Gottschalk, Mercer Davis, Charles Richards, Frank Hartman, Kelly Fitzpatrick (attr.), F. Paul Larmoyeaux, J. F. Wilder, Howard Newton, Will Ousley, Stanley Bielecky, Laura Bodebender, Rise Ochsner, Marcella Packard, Colette Heldner, Ida Kohlmeyer, George Dunbar, C. Winston Haberer, M.H. Hobbs, Eugene Loving, Alice Standish Buell, George Hand Wright, Clarence Millet and James Lamantia; and photographs including Fonville Winans, Ernest Bellocq, Linda Adele Goodine, E. O. Goldbeck, Eugene Delcroix, Pops Whitesell and C. B. Moore. American art by Charles Courtney Curran, Sarah Peale (attr.), Augusta Mosca, William Matthew Prior, William Forsyth, Hugh Jones, Americo Makk, Scott Leighton, Frank Henry Shapleigh, Elmer Read, H. Howe, T. Martin, Davis Sanford, Daniel Bigelow, Alfred Dupont, Junius Sloan, Sister Agnes Berchmans, Louise Earrazin, Frederick John Behre, Frederick A. Pawla, Keith Williams (attr.), N. Robinson, Norton Bush (mann.), W. M. Chase (aft.), Jean Slusser, Henry Ahl, Gustave Schlegell, George Conrad, Theodore Lukits, Herman Herkomer, Hildegard Rath, Pop Hart, John Sloan and E. G. Sewell.
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