American Art and Pennsylvania Impressionists Featuring the Papageorge Family Collection

4th Jun, 2023 14:00 EDT




american art and pennsylvania impressionists

American Art and Pennsylvania Impressionists Featuring the Papageorge Family Collection is led by two stylistically different but equally striking portraits: the first, Horace Pippin’s Portrait of Major-General Smedley D. Butler, who was the most decorated Marine in United States history at the time of his retirement, and the second, Portrait of Katie McNamara by the Ashcan School pioneer Robert Henri. Additional American Art highlights include an impressive canvas of two moose by German-born American wildlife artist Carl Rungius, a newly rediscovered landscape by N.C. Wyeth set in Maine, and a fresh-to-market, quintessential beach scene by Philadelphia native Martha Walter. Bridging the sale's two sections is the featured Papageorge Family Collection from Carversville, Pennsylvania. The selection of around twenty works is highlighted by a dynamic, Prohibition-era view of the Harlem River by Robert Spencer and fine works by Daniel Garber, John Fulton Folinsbee, and John Singleton Copley. The sale’s Pennsylvania Impressionist section is led by Daniel Garber's In a Wood, presented fresh-to-market, along with two other oils, directly from descendants of the Artist's family. Additional highlights include Fern Coppedge’s The Mill at Bowman’s Hill (October), included in the artist’s first retrospective at the James A. Michener Museum of Art in the 1990s, and six works by Emma Fordyce MacRae of the Philadelphia Ten collective. 



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American Art and Pennsylvania Impressionists (114)

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Emma Fordyce MacRae (6)

Daniel Garber (6)

John Fulton Folinsbee (4)

Roy Cleveland Nuse (3)

Fern Isabel Coppedge (2)

Daniel Ridgway Knight (2)

Edward Willis Redfield (2)

Walter Elmer Schofield (2)

Frank Earle Schoonover (2)

Eric Sloane (2)

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Lot 97
Henry Asbury Rand (American, 1886-1961) Weeds in Winter

Sold for $7,560
Estimated at $6,000 - $10,000

Lot 100
Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Wind Blown Willows

Sold for $163,800
Estimated at $150,000 - $250,000

Lot 101
Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) Roof Tops, Florence

Sold for $15,120
Estimated at $8,000 - $12,000

Lot 106
Robert Spencer (American, 1879–1931) The Silk Mill

Sold for $163,800
Estimated at $60,000 - $100,000

Lot 108
Edward Willis Redfield (American, 1869–1965) When Spring Comes

Sold for $100,000
Estimated at $100,000 - $150,000

Lot 111
Emma Fordyce MacRae (American, 1887-1974) Girl in Red

Sold for $15,120
Estimated at $5,000 - $8,000


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