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Antique Auction Sat. November 15, 2014

Masonic Lodge 1101 Highland Ave.
(Rte. 95/128 Exit19B) Needham, Ma.
Auction Preview; 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Auction starts at 11:30 a.m.

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“Untitled Still Life of Fruit” unsign.
o/c sight 17 3/4” hx 19 1/4” w

Alexander Charles Joseph Gittard (Fr.1832-1904) landscape o/p with strainers, sight 12 1/4” h x 17 1/2”wSign. L/L/C. Frame probably by Foster Bros.
23 3/4” x 28 3/4”overall.

Probably French late nineteenth C. “At The Fountain” young peasant girl holding a pitcher and filling it, while two goats watch attentively. Signed on the back in pencilartist’s name not discernable, o/p with strainers, sight 16 5/16 h x 12 1/16” wide (panel). Presented in its original, labeled Foster Brothers gilt frame, 27” x 23” overall

“Untitled view of Marshes at Good Harbor Beach Gloucester” by Arnold Knauth, oil on masonite, sight 8” h x 10”w.


Landscape by Ray Huntsman (c. 1874-1965)
o/b sight 11 9/16” h x 15 1/2”w

Mary Lawrence ptg. “Villiage St. Scene”
with two people walking to a church o/c,
sight 19 2/8’h x 15 1/4”w

“Young Woman Arranging Flowers In Vase” by Mary Lawrence o/c, sight 9 1/4” h x 7 7/16” w”

“Scow in Provincetown Harbor” by Sol Wilson, sign. o/c sight 14”h x 10 1/8”w (stretcher).


“Untitled Vermont Village” by Donald A Mosher, watercolor on paper, sight 4 13/16”h x 6 13/16.”

“Little Sunset” by William Partridge Burpee,
pastel on paper, (sight) 3 13/16” h x 1 5/16” w

“Two Clowns” by Conger Metcalf. o/b sight 17 3/4”h x 19 1/4”w.

Painting of a woman by
Gertrude Chall Fr. o/c
sight, 25” h x 19 1/4” w

Alexander DeFaux (Fr, 1826-1900) Market day in a Dutch or Flemish City., o/c sight 16: h x 12 3/4”w (stretcher). Sing. in the L/R/C. Foster Bros. labeled frame, framed 26 5/8” x 23 1/2”. Stencil of Paris art supplier on canvas verso

“Sailboats” by Mary Lawrence o/b,
sight 4 1/2” h x 6/16”w.
" Untitled Barn near Pond" by Ranulph Bye, 1945: watercolor on paper, sight 14 3/4"h x 20 3/8" wide. Label of Helmar Nielsen, framer on Newbury St. Boston, verso

““Yellow Billed Cuckoo”, Chromolith by J. Bien, New York 1859, drawn from nature by J.J. Audubon,
sight 22 1/4” x 27 6/8”