"It is resoundingly clear that our American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists auctions have become unmissable events for those interested in high-quality works of art.” - Alasdair Nichol, Freeman's Head of Fine Art
Amongst the highlights of the American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists sale on June 4 is sure to be a magnificent and impressively scaled oil by Daniel Garber entitled 'Lone Sycamore'. Painted circa 1940 and estimated at $400,000-600,000, it comes fresh to the market from a private Pennsylvanian collection having previously been in the collection of Harold D. Saylor, a judge on the Philadelphia Orphan's Court and one of Garber's leading patrons. It is interesting to note that while on show at the 136th Annual Exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 1941, it was awarded the Popular Prize, the last of the artist's paintings to win a popular vote at a major venue.
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To be offered 06/04/17: Fern Isabel Coppedge (American 1883-1951) "Pigeon Cove." Estimate $40,000-60,000; Daniel Garber (American 1880-1958) "Lone Sycamore." Estimate $400,000-600,000