An oil on board attributed to Philadelphia born artist Elisha Kent Kane Wetherill (1874-1929) of sailboats by the shore. Wetherill led the impressionist movement in the United States, studying under Thomas Anschutz (1851-1912)and, in Paris, under James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) and Jean Paul Laurens (1838-1921). He attended the University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Much of Wetherill's painting and etching work included portraits, landscapes, and seascapes, and ...click for details
Vintage terra cotta figures of Snow White and her seven dwarfs, all painted. Most of the original paint is with these figures, some restoration of paint. One dwarf has been repaired. The flag was added by the last patriotic owner.
For that bold and roguish decorator! This 88” tall antique stained glass incorporates the theme of grapes with a phantasmagoria variety of colors, which are especially intense when backlit. This could become a permanent part of an interior or a room dividing screen.. Go for it!
Unusual burl wood formed vase of naturalistic style. Asian in origin. This vessel may leak as a jardinière, but the insertion of a plastic liner would prevent that and protect the original condition. Measures 9"H x 8"W.
A pair of bead decorated moccasins in sewn deerskin leather, 10" in length. These have outstanding bead decoration, featuring white, blue, red and green roses patterns. Excellent condition, mid 20th century.
A stitched crewel work screen with four 24" panels and 76" high. Speaks for itself- an energetic design of the tree of life with bold design features and primary colors that have retained their brightness, making this bold design stand out with great distinction. Maybe done in the 1930s.
An unusual hand made trade sign for a blacksmith made from horseshoes and farm implements. A 34" X 24" wall hanging piece, all welded together from found fragments associated with a blacksmith's trade. A central orifice could be used for a portable flag and flagpole. Later Black painted surface.RL*