• David Teniers Peasants playing backgammon Oil on panel 14 ½ x 21 ½ in. (36.7 x 54cm) 328903-2
  • J.M. Dizikis Seashore Landscape Scene Oil on canvas 18” x 12 ¼” @AC-NB
  • A Gilt Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock, French, circa 1850. Twelve-Piece Enamel Cartouche Dial (4 ½in.), bell striking movement with early spring suspension, the case surmounted by a flower urn flanked by two recumbent putti and raised on an elaborate break front plinth inset with marble panels applied with gilt mounts. This lot was hired for the filming of: Live and Let Die (1973) Restoration (1995) Height: 17 ¼ inches. SLMAR1302-412 AC10400 F-941
  • Yasuo Kuniyoshi (American, 1893-1953) “Vase with flower” 17”x 14” Oil on canvas Painted in 1918 COA by B. Usui Yasuo Kuniyoshi (Kuniyoshi Yasuo, 1 September 1893 – 14 May 1953) was an American painter, photographer and printmaker. Kuniyoshi was born in Okayama, Japan in 1893.  He migrated to America in 1906, choosing not to attend military school in Japan.  Kuniyoshi originally intended to study English and return to Japan to work as a translator. He spent some time in Seattle, before enrolling at the Los Angeles School of Art and Design.  Kuniyoshi spent three years in Los Angeles, discovering his love for the arts. He then moved to New York City to pursue an art career. Kuniyoshi studied briefly at the National Academy and at the Independent School in New York City, and then studied under Kenneth Hayes Miller at the Art Students League of New York.  He later taught at the Art Students League of New York in New York City and in Woodstock, New York. Nan Lurie was among his students, as was Irene Krugman.  Around 1930, the artist built a home and studio on Ohayo Mountain Road in Woodstock. He was an active member of the artistic community there for the rest of his life.
  • Pierre Emmanuel Damoye (French,1847-1916) ‘A Wintery Day’ signed ‘E.Damoye’ lower left oil on canvas 15x 24 in. (38 x 61 cm)
  • Georges Bonnemaison (French, d. 1885) ‘Harvesters In A Landscape’ oil on canvas 13.5 x 12 in.
  • Jean Baptiste Greuze (French, 1725-1805) Oil on canvas 21 x 17 ½ inches S71791-147 1102508-3 @AL 7/13
  • Charles Cromwell Ingham 1796-1863 “Portrait Francis Bryant Goodwin” Oil on Canvas 30” x 35 1/2” PROVENANCE: Mrs. George Arden, NY AC12000 Worth 2,000 @NB 9/13
  • Lorenzo de Curo “The Immaculate Conception” Oil on canvas, Oval 32 ¼ x 24 1/8 inches (82 x 61.2 cm) CL 102794-56 322101-2 @NB-1040 260 (not online)
  • George Peter Alexander Healy Portrait Oil on canvas 23” x 17 ½” @AC-NB
  • Jean Baptiste Camile Corot (French, 1796-1875) “Luzancy, le chemin des bois” Oil on canvas 13 ½” x 9 ½” Signed lower left Executed in 1872 COA by M. Dieterle Depicted house “Maison Petre” belonged to an old friend of Corot, M. Remy. PROVENANCE: M. Ferret, Paris 1882 Aubin, Paris 1882 Hollander et Cremetti, London circa 1895 Galerie Le Roy, Brussels Mr and Mrs. John Warner With Wildenstein, NY Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, NY LITERATURE: A. Robaut “L’Oeuvre de Corot”, Vol.I II, # 2087
  • Georges William Thornley (British, b. 1857-1935) ‘The Watermill’ signed, watercolor on paper 11 x 15 ½ in. (27.9 x 39.4 cm) Georges William Thornley (1857–1935) was a French painter and printmaker.  A student of the French landscape painter Eugène Ciceri and Edmond Yon, Thornley became a successful artist remembered for his seascapes from Normandy and his landscapes from the French and Italian Rivieras. He was the son of a Welsh immigrant Morgan Thornley.  He also was a talented watercolorist, engraver, and lithographer. His lithographs after the works of Corot, Pissarro, Degas and Puvis de Chavannes were acclaimed by his peers and awarded at the Salon de Paris. His paintings were exhibited beginning in 1878. He won the Mention of Honor in 1881 and a Third Class medal in 1888. Thornley embraced the Impressionist movement early in his career, which brought him much success.  His style characteristically has bold brushwork and thick "impasto." It recreates the "impression of a panorama", capturing the fleeting moment in its inner light and color. This open landscape is an example of what the artist excelled at: successful color effects which are highly decorative but stay true to nature.