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Extremely rare Halcyon Pottery vase with applied lizard by Alexander Robertson c1911-1912. One of the only three known examples with applied lizard, the other two are in the LA County & Oakland Museu

Freeman's

Dec 08, 2020

Alexander Robertson James (American, 1890–1946)The Valley in WinterSigned and dated 'Alexander James/1940' bottom right, oil on canvas30 x 36 in. (76.2 x 91.4cm)PROVENANCE:Private Collection, Virgin

Arader Galleries

Sep 19, 2015

Alexander Robertson (1772-1841). Hand-colored Aquatint. London: Francis Jukes, c. 1800. 14 x 18 1/2 inches, 17 x 21 1/2 inches framed. This beautiful image of Washington’s home was issued in March 1

FRANCIS JUKES (British, 1747-1812); Handcolored engraving, ''Mount Vernon in Virginia'' (framed); After Alexander Robertson, 1800; 12 3/4'' x 17 1/2''

Cottone Auctions

Feb 21, 2015

Alexander Robertson James (American, 1890-1946) Winter landscape. Sgn. Lower left, "To John D. Bagley, Alexander R. James, 1922." Oil on canvas. 24" x 30".

CRN Auctions, Inc.

May 01, 2011

New York from Hobuck Ferry House, New Jersey; the other, Mount Vernon in Virginia, after Alexander Robertson Delineavit engraved by Francis Jukes, published March 31, 1800 , New York, both 14 by 18 i

Skinner

Apr 17, 2013

Alexander Robertson James (American, 1890-1946)Selectman of Polecat, 1936. Signed and dated "Alexander James..." l.r., identified on exhibition labels from the Museum of Fine Arts, Bost

Arader Galleries

Apr 25, 2020

JUKES, Francis (1745-1812, after ROBERTSON, Alexander (1772-1841).New York from Hobuck Ferry House & New Jersey.Aquatint engraving with original hand color.London: Jukes, c. 1800.16" x 20" sheet, 26"

PBA Galleries

Apr 11, 2013

Title: Magellan's Voyage Around the WorldAuthor: Pigafetta, AntonioDescription: 3 volumes. Translated, with notes and bibiliography, by James Alexander Robertson. Illustrated with portraits, facsimile

Rare Halcyon Art Pottery Seahorse Tile by Alexander Robertson c1911. Signed. 2 7/8"sq. 5% of this lot will benefit The Dirk van Erp Foundation. We box and ship ourselves, to keep shipping costs low. W

TWO 19TH C. AQUATINTS; Francis Jukes (British, 1747-1812), hand-colored aquatint, ''New York from Hobuck Ferry House, New Jersey'', Alexander Robertson, 1800 (framed), 12 3/4'' x 17 1/2''; Louise Ambr

F.H.R. Los Angeles Strawberry Drip Glazed Vase c1910. Fred H. Robertson, son of Alexander Robertson previously assisted his father at Roblin Pottery in San Francisco until the 1906 earthquake destroy

F.H.R. Los Angeles Strawberry Drip Glazed Vase c1910. Fred H. Robertson, son of Alexander Robertson previously assisted his father at Roblin Pottery in San Francisco until the 1906 earthquake destroye

Kaminski Auctions

Apr 07, 2013

Alexander Robertson, Roblin Pottery small cabinet vase, finely turned form with green brown glaze, base marked, signed, with bear logo, 2 3/4"h. Small rim chip.

Millea Bros Ltd

Nov 09, 2013

Alexander Robertson (20th c., American), painting, "Balinese", 1963, oil and collage on board, signed and dated "A.F.R. 63", lower right, 35.5" x 31" (sight), framed

G. Evans Ltd.

Oct 30, 2014

Alexander Robertson , attributed 19thC "View of Long Island Sound from Brooklyn" Inscibed on Back Lower left View of Long Island Sound from Brooklyn Alexander Robertson 22" x34 Good condition-

Francis Jukes (1747-1812) hand colored aquatint engraving After Alexander Robertson delineavit "Passaic Falls in the State of New Jersey" Published 1802 by F. Jukes New York sight size 14 3/

Humler & Nolan

Jun 05, 2010

Roblin terra cotta vase, thrown by Alexander Robertson, who had previously founded the Chelsea Keramics Art Work Co., of native California clay. Impressed Roblin on bottom and incised with Mr. Roberts

TWO 32ND DEGREE MASONIC SWORDS & SHEATHSPettibone Bros Mfg. Co Cincinnati Ohio. Fraternal swords inscribed to "Alexander Robertson" and "George M, McGaw".Provenance: Collection of the Scottish Rite Va

Arts & Crafts red bisque tile with theatrical scene possibly by Alexander Robertson. Marked "Vallejo 1889 Solano Co. Cal" at top. Robertson (formerly Roblin Pottery) left San Francisco after the 190

F.H.R. Los Angeles Celadon Green Portrait Tile c1910. Fred H. Robertson, son of Alexander Robertson previously assisted his father at Roblin Pottery in San Francisco until the 1906 earthquake destroy

Arts & Crafts red bisque tile with theatrical scene. Marked Vallejo 1889 Solano Co. Alexander Robertson (formerly Roblin Pottery) left San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and briefly worked in Val

School of Alexander Robertson James, 1890-1946, MA/NH, oil on artist paper board of a woodland landscape, unsigned, 20" x 16", framed oval stamp on verso "N. Makinowitz"? "128 N West St, NY". Provenan

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