Sale location: NEW YORK.
Sale date: MARCH 10, 1993.
Title, description: American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture Including
Property from the Art Institute of Chicago
Property from the Estate of John Astor
Property from the Estate of Daniel A Don
Property from the Estate of George Gilbert, Nyack, New York
Property from the Estate of Stephen Guglielmi, sold to benefit the Pastor’s Benevolence Fund in Houston, Texas for AIDS patients
Property of Herbert Hoover High School, Glendale, California, sold by Order of the Trustees of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden to benefit its acquisitions program
Property from the Estate of Raymond O Johnson
Property from the Estate of Edith A Lowenthal
Property from the Collection of Wright S Ludington
Property from the Estate of Edith McGinnis
Property of a Michigan Collector
Property from a Michigan Private Collection
Property of a Midwestern Private Club
Property of a New England Estate
Property of a Pennsylvania Collector
Property from a Pennsylvania Estate
Property from the Estate of Eugene Sussel
Property from the Estate of Dr. John J Weber
Lots 1-97 & 98-175, 47 color illustrations & about 127 black & white illustrations, about 125 pages. 21 sculptures in this catalog.
Listing of artists & number of lots in ( ) if more than 1: American School, 19th century, Milton Avery, Edward S Bartholemew, Reynold Beal, Cecelia Beaux, Carroll Beckwith, Thomas Hart Benton (2), Oscar E Berninghaus, William Verplanck Birney, Laverne Nelson Black, Ralph Albert Blakelock, Oscar Bluemner (3), Gutzon Borglum, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Olympio Brindesi, Grafton T Brown, Henry Brown, John George Brown, William Mason Brown, Charles Burchfield (2), Howard Russell Butler, Samuel S Carr, Benjamin Champney, Conrad Wise Chapman, Antonie Claveau, Edmund C Coates, Bruce Crane (2), Cyrus Dallin, Felix Darley, James Henry Daugherty, Charles Demuth (3), Edwin Dickinson, Felix Dogherty, Frank Vincent DuMond, Lawrence Carmichael Earle, Abastenia St L Eberle, D Jerome Elwell, Henry Farrer, George (attributed to) Forster, Frederick W Freer, Harriett W Frishmuth (2), Arthur B Frost, RH Ives Gammell, Robert Swain Gifford, Gordon Grant, George Grosz, O Louis Guglielmi (2), John Haberle, Philip Leslie Hale, Marsden Hartley (2), Martin Johnson Heade, John Heliker, E Martin Hennings, Albert Herter, Hermann Herzog (2), Aldro Thompson Hibbard, Edward Hopper, Harry Jackson (2), John C Johansen, David Johnson (2), Hugh Bolton Jones, Carl Kauba (8), John F Kensett, Dong Kingman (2), Louis Aston Knight, Walt Kuhn, George C Lambdin, Sidney Laurence, Hayley Lever, Frank X Leyendecker, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, Herman Atkins MacNeill, George H Macrum, Arthur D Marble (2), John Marin, Jan Matulka, Gari Melchers, William Rickarby Miller, Edward Moran, Anna Mary Robertson (‘Grandma’) Moses, Henry Siddons Mowbray, John Francis Murphy, James Craig Nicoll, Edmund Osthaus, Walter Launt Palmer, Marguerite Pearson, Enoch Wood Perry (2), Charles Adam Platt, Ogden M Pleissner, Edward Potthast, Hiram Powers, Bela Lyon Pratt, Levi Wells Prentice, May Wilson Preston, Alexander Phimister Proctor, Abraham Rattner Frederic Remington, William Trost Richards (2), William Ritschel, Norman Rockwell (3), Severin Roesen, Robert Salmon (2), Paul Sample, F Grayson Sayre, Harold Von Schmidt, Charles Green Shaw, Charles Sheeler, Francis A Silva, Eric Sloane, Francis Hopkinson Smith, Henry Pember Smith, Raphael Soyer, Joseph Stella (3), Albert Sterner (2), Gilbert Stuart, Arthur F Tait (2), Dwight William Tryon, Charles Yardley Turner, Elihu Vedder, Harry Mills Walcott, William Aiken Walker, Susan Waters, Harry Watrous, Frederick J Waugh (3), Max Weber (2), Julian Alden Weir, William Wendt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, John William Whittemore, Gunnar Widforss, Guy Wiggins, Karl Witkowski, Auston Wooster, Alexander H Wyant, Arnoud Wydeveld, NC Wyeth.