Oil on canvas, in original frame with the shield of Washington, rare exception view of the east side of the Capitol building, as inspired by the Bartlett engraving of the early 1840's. Provenance: the Bodmer Family of Switzerland commissioned the work originally and held in the family by descent.
This one by Sarah's sister Lydia Howell, daughters of Israel Howell born 1781 married Mary Smith Born 1785 at Goose Creek Monthly Meeting. Same 17" x 17" approx size.
17" x 17" silk on line, rare sampler sold with companion sampler by sister, Sarah and Lydia Howell. Sarah Howell born 1819 and died 1893.
At the tomb of Washington, in what appears to be the original frame, 19" x 24" but with tears and losses that make this a far less expensive American needlework.
Oil on canvas, 18" x 22" and signed. Bio from askart.com: Abraham A. Manievich was known as a Post-Impressionist landscape painter. His subjects were Ukrainian and Lithuanian village and country scenes, and street scenes of Moscow, Kiev, and Petrograd. He painted in a bold Fauvist style, and exhibited with the important French Fauvists...
Large British school miniature of a fine looking gentleman.
36" wide, 17" high. From previous owner--held flags of US and Britain--so apparently a post WWI item.
Estate collection of pillows--I suppose I would sell the best one by itself--prefer to sell the group. Note stool sold separately. Made from old elements fairly recently.
24" x 31" painted wood, batons on back intact. Likely first half of 20th C and no older.
With custom later leather upholstery, note repairs to legs.
33" high. Later and fully electrified.
12.5" wide, 9.5" deep, 28" high.
25" high, 13" diameter. Note crack.
Vessel Hyades, 49" wide, 9.5" high. Minor losses.
Large empire style armchair with carved and gilt highlights would make a nice desk chair.
20" wide, 17" deep, 18" high. Oak with embossed brass and great handles--casters. I almost never buy this form but this one is unusually nice.
Approx. 23" wide, 8" deep, 28" high.