New Orleans, LA, United States
DoneSun, Jun 6, 2004 1:00 PM UTC
June 5th & 6th Late Spring Estates Auction - Session 2
Featuring property from the Estate of Dulaney Dart Montgomery, A Bay St. Louis, MS. Collection of Furniture, Clocks and Decorative Objects, Additional Property Sold for the Benefit of the Ursuline Convent, New Orleans, Property Removed from 7515 St. Charles Ave., Collection of a St. Mary Parish Lady American, English and French period 18th c. and 19th c. estate furniture incl. fine Amer. Gothic dining room suite, rare inlaid Amer. chest, a Philadelphia Classical sofa, fine eagle carved console, labeled Meeks rosewood etagere, Geo. III cellarette, pr. Wm. IV mah. bookcases, signed rosewood full-tester bed, fine Italian 18th c. bronze-mounted commode, modern Gothic open bookcase, attractive Neo-classical four-panel screen, good set of eight antique Queen Anne walnut dining chairs, 18th c. carved Portuguese table, and much more. Garden ornaments incl. New Orleans sugar kettle, Fern pattern cast iron, cast stone statuary and fountain, a bronze fountain, important signed plantation bell, etc. Decorative Arts incl. a Newcomb vase, Paris porcelain featuring two dinner services, Sevres urns, Mettlach tureen, Meissen, Dresden, Limoges, Minton incl. pate-sure-pate plate, Royal Crown Derby Bali pattern, pr. large Majolica figural vases, c. 1910 floor globe, fine 19th c. bronze d'ore and champleve jardinière, tea caddies and lap desks, pr. Argand lamps, Venetian chandelier, 19th c. gilt bronze candelabra, Victorian art glass plus Lalique, Galle, Steuben, large collection of clocks, and estate carpets. Amer. Coin Silver incl. James Charters, John Cann & David Dunn, F.&F. Thibault, Hyde & Goodrich, J.A. L'Hommedieu and R. & W. Wilson. Sterling by Gorham, Tiffany, Whiting, Reed & Barton Francis 1st pattern plus Cartier, pr. of Bellini figural compotes and Cottat punch ladle. Georgian Silver incl. Matthew Boulton epergne and plateau and Bateman flatware plus fine Edwardian enamel dresser set. A superb selection of Southern regional art including Kate Freeman Clark, William Woodward, Robert Grafton, William Posey Silva, Harold Rudolph, Augusta Bryant, Robert Rucker, Alfred Hutty, Elizabeth O¹Neill Verner, Hubert Morley, G.P.A. Healy, Nicola Marschall, Will Ousley, Ellsworth Woodward, Noel Rockmore, Knute Heldner, Clementine Hunter, A.J. Drysdale, Newcomb College artists Pauline Wright Nichols and Marcelle Martinet Peret, Morris Henry Hobbs, C. Winston Haberer, Clarence Millet, Will Hinds, Peter Lanz Hohnstedt, Louis Petroit, Robert Gordy, John Hodge, Achille Perelli, James M. Sessions, Arthur Small, Robert Mayfield, Roy Clark, Douglas Bourgeois, Don Wright, Adrian Deckbar, Anne Hornback-Williams, K.M. Crawford, Nan Faure Greacen, H. Alvin Sharpe, L.R. Cook, Pati Bannister, Lorraine Shay, Alice Standish Buell, Leon Pescheret, Fonville Winans, Pops Whitesell and Eugene Delcroix. American works by Francis Luis Mora, William Forysth, Elmer B. Smith, Ogden Pleissner, Henry A. Elkins, Andre Gisson, Andrew Putnam Hill (attr.), Ben Mead, Joe Grandee, Charles Ayer Whipple, Ted Goerschner, Vernon Cristee, Edward Sitzman, George Drew, Ludvik Durchanek, Sandy Lerner, Robert Indiana, Anne Noggle, Edwin Forbes, Heine Hartwig, William Auerbach-Levy, Morris Bloodgood (attr), Thomas Bigelow Craig, Samuel Lovett Waldo and William Jewett, I.T. Sharp, Jean-Claude Severe, Peter Gowans, Glen Payton Bankson, Marguerite Kirmse and Elizabeth Nourse. European works by Eugene Joseph Verboeckhoven, Licinio Barzanti, Jan Van Os (cir.), Hendrik Pieter Koekkoek, Diego Velazquez (aft.), Jules Rene Herve, Robert Balcke, Marie Louise Vigee-Lebrun (aft.), William Didier-Pouget, Henri Harpignies (cir.), Henri Joseph Carpentero, Claude Joseph Vernet (cir.), Jean Michel Moreau the Younger, Eugene Ciceri, Johann George Meyer, Louis Majoux, Karl Hajek, Johnny Friedlander, Rouvier, Paul Gavarni, R. Carpentier, Fried Pal, Leon Danchin and Ira Moskowitz. British paintings by Sydney Hodges, Arthur Hill, William Shayer, Sr., Walter Field, John Scott, Abraham Hulk, Jr., P. Fletcher Watson, Joseph Thors, Cecil Jones, Frank Hider, William Woolard, Marion Harvey, George Morland (aft.), John Frederick Strevens. Prints by J.J. Audubon, J. Gould, Mark Catesby, Kurz and Allison, McKenney & Hall, Basilius Besler, Louis Leopold Bolly, Samuel Kilbourne, and a chromolithograph of Dan Patch, Champion Harness Horse.Sculpture by Jules Jacques Labatut, Moses Jacob Ezekiel, Louis Oury, Z. Kovats, and others.