New Orleans, LA, United States
DoneSat, Aug 6, 2005 2:00 PM UTC
Summer Estates Auction, 8/6 & 8/7 - Session 1
Summer Estates Auction: August 6 & 7, 2005 On Our Premises:4038 Magazine Street & 3923 Carondelet Street, FEATURING:* Property of a Distinguished Gentleman, Bywater, New Orleans * Early Nineteenth Century Furniture from a Tennessee Collection * Additional Property from the Andrew Norwood Townhouse, West 14th Street, New York * Remaining Property from the Estate of Dee Faulkner, Sold for the Benefit of St. Andrew's Episcopal School, Jackson, MS. * Property of the Noted Antiquarian Stanley G. Levy, from his Gallery at Louisiana Ave. and Magazine St. Exhibition both galleries beginning Monday, July 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Special Saturday Preview, July 30, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening Preview Reception, Thursday, August 4, 5 to 7 p.m. Decorative Arts include a pair of Geo. III inlaid knife boxes; rare books, maps and globes incl. Thoreau's Walden; a collection of antique clocks; good Oriental porcelain incl. rose medallion and Imari; Continental and English porcelain and pottery incl. Sevres; mixed metal, incl. Gorham; good Georgian and American silver; antique graden items incl. good Fern pattern seating; a vintage slot machine, disk music box; period lighting incl. Am. girandoles, Neo-Grec gasolier; antique mirrors; tall case Chinoiserie clock; fine pair Italian carved urns, alabaster urns, good pair of blown glass hurricane shades, fine giltwood trumeau, and much more. Period Am., English and Continental furniture incl. Am. pier table, group of Rosalie parlour furn. by Belter, good Boston bookcase, painted Am chairs, rare Am. maple dressing bureau, several four-poster beds, a good two-part Am. Classical dining table, good Am. Classical sofa; Gothic Revival desk, fine Georgian corner sect-cabinet, Geo. III tambour sideboard, early Fr. Provincial armoire, fine antique Ital. commode, good Restauration mahogany fitted cabinet, inlaid Continental bureau, French chaise en bateau, antique Directoire style lit du jour, an early English walnut table, good set of six Regency chairs, and more. British and European Paintings by Sir Cecil Beaton, Herbert John Jones, Phillip Corley, William Broome (man.), Sidney Watts, Alfred Williams Parsons, Kathleen Lewis, Niek van der Plas, Charles Gesmar, Louis Robert Latapie, Emile Depasse, Karolyn Miksa Reissman. Fine Art Prints by Rembrandt, Bernard Buffet, Achille Pinelli, Wm. Dendy Sadler (aft.), Sir Frances Seymour Haden. An extensive selection of Southern regional art including Charles W. Boyle, Walter Anderson, Paul Ninas, Joseph Jefferson, Knute Heldner, Colette Heldner, Robert Grafton, Ruby Viavant, Peter Mars, Gaetono Capone, Ellsworth Woodward, William Woodward, Charles Richards, Laura Bodebender, M.H. Hobbs, Hubert Morley, Fonville Winans, Pops Whitesell, Tilden Landry, A. J. Drysdale, Will Ousley, Robert Rucker, Laura Bodebender, James Lamantia, John Lang, Fred Trenchard, Kitty O'Meallie, Richard Hoffman, Howard Newton, Gideon Stanton, Hattie Fraser, Stanley Bielecky, Noel Rockmore, Robert Gordy, George Dunbar, Robert Helmer, George Dureau, Henry Casselli, Philip Sage, John Kern, E. Mumford, Edna Collins, Minnie Hollis Haltom, Ann Guillot, Warree Lebron, Vince Zenone, Frank Girardin, Merle Tennyson, Kitty Doyle, Leon Pescheret, James R. Wilcox, C. Winston Haberer, Kelly Fitzpatrick (attr.), Louis Sicard, Amos Lee Armstrong, Carrie Armstrong, Hazel Guggenheim McKinley, Ralph Wickiser, C.O. Longabaugh, Tom Cavanaugh, Nell O¹Brien, Mercer Davis, Eugene Daymude, John Hodge, Marilyn Conrad, Nestor Fruge, Lynn Wessel, Emery Clark, Linda Goodine, Rebecah Lloyd, Chief Willey and Clementine Hunter. American Art by Edward Arthur Johnson, Ernest Albert, Dean Cornwell, Arnold Turtle, Americo Maak, Jonathan Morse, Glen Cooper Henshaw, William Verdult, Frank English, Antal Jancsek, Bernard Camotte, Alexander Robinson, A.A. Taylor, Ernest Fiene (attr.), Thomas Benton, Polly Knipp Hill, Reynolds Beal, J.J. Audubon (aft.), Kenneth Hartwell, Mabel Tidball, Doris Kreindler, Pearl Ellis, Myrtle Uehing, Ethel Paddock, Julian Levi and William Auerbach-Levy.