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June 28 & 29, 2014
Summer Estates Auction

Fine Period Furniture, Antique Silver, Jewelry and Decorative Arts from the Estate of Ursula Johns Gill, San Antonio, TX • Featuring Important Asian Works of Art, Porcelains and Decorative Arts from the Private Collection of Noted Antiquarian Diane Genre, New Orleans, LA • The Life Time Collection of a Florida Antiquarian, Part II • Modern Fine Art from a Notable Collection, Los Cruces, NM • Property of Others.

  1. Elliott Daingerfield (American, 1859-1932), “Sisters and Their Kitten in a Parlor,” 1883, o/c, sd., 16 x 24 in.
  2. W.H.D. Koerner (American, 1878-1938), “The Slavs of Ironville, PA [Steel Factory],” o/c, sd., 36 x 30 in., Ill.: The Saturday Evening Post, September 14, 1929.
  3. After Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828), “Lansdowne Portrait of George Washington,” probably 19th c., o/c, sd. “A. Q. Goguille,” 92 x 60 in., Ill.: Louisiana State Museum: Handbook of Information (1934).
  4. Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese, 1753-1806), “Standing Beauty,” ink and color/silk, 30¾ x 11¾ in.
  5. George Rodrigue (American/Louisiana, 1944-2013), “The Yellow Robe of Texas,” 1991, o/acrylic, sd., 20 x 24 in.
  6. Will Henry Stevens (American, 1881-1949), “Abstract Landscape in Blue,” 1945, o/c, sd., sight 15½ x 13½ in., Prov.: Estate of the artist.
  7. Pr. of Asian Polychrome Porcelain Figures of Seated Bodhisattvas, h. 12¼ in.
  8. American Rococo Carved Rosewood Armoire, mid-19th c., New Orleans, h. 108½ in.
  9. Chinese Embroidered Kesi Panel, 39½ x 100½ in.
  10. Pr. of Gothic-Style Carved Granite Jardinières, early 20th c., h. 24 in.
  11. Very Fine American Carved Rosewood, Ebonized, Bronze-Mounted and Exotically Inlaid Center Table, c. 1870, New York, w. 53¾ in.
  12. American Federal Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard, early 19th c., Maryland or Virginia, w. 70¾ in.
  13. George III Chinoiserie Tall Case Clock, dial sd. “Thomas Horlock, Hammersmith,” h. 92 in.

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