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Chester, NY, United States
DoneSun, Jul 10, 2016 3:00 PM GMT

FINE ART AND ANTIQUE

William Jenack?s sale of July 10, 2016 will be a very eclectic sale covering the past two centuries from African & Tribal art, glass, porcelain, fine art, mid-century and vintage furnishings, lighting, Oriental rugs and carpets. Leading the sale will be fine art featuring an oil on Masonite by Orange County New York artist John Gould (American 1906-1996) featuring a view from Newburgh NY and the Hudson River Gap in 1825, in addition to this work there is another by Gould, a watercolor and gouache, that was done for the Saturday Evening post. Other lots include and oil on canvas laid on panel of a landscape with hunter and dog by Samuel Colman (American/NY 1835-1920); oil on canvas, country lane Brittany attributed to Frank Myers Boggs (American/France 1855-1926); oil on canvas, landscape with figures by Hudson Mindell Kitchell (American 1867-1944) circa 1910 and a pastel of a moonlit grove by Harold M. Camp (American 19/20th). In furnishing Jenack will be offering a collection of vintage Chinese inspired pieces including a lighted bedstead, sofa, stands, tables and chairs. Other furnishing offered will be a Heywood-Wakefield tambour door cabinet, Russel Wright chest of drawers, Victorian style hall stand, French walnut armoire, Bradbury mahogany Baby Grand piano, a pair of Mid-Century satinwood chests of drawers, metal sheaf of wheat glass top table, Elizabethan style dining room suite set of (6) Myer, Gunther & Martini dining chairs and more. Other lots of interest include a stoneware vendor?s jug impressed ?A. Lilburn, wholesale & retail dealer in paint, oil, glass, varnish, window sash, lamp oils & c, Front Street Newburgh?, gilt bronze of a Hellenistic mother and child by Jean Jules Salinson (France 1823-1902), a pair of 19th century Rose Medallion vases mounted as lamps, Louis XV Boulle style shelf clock, plaster bust possibly of Francis Scott Key, collection of 19th century Russian icons, pair of Italian Majolica urns, Fleur de la Peach marble and bronze cl