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14 Dec: Gregoire Calvet [1871-1928] : The ancient soul, ca.1900.

Gregoire Calvet [1871-1928]
French sculptor
The ancient soul, ca.1900
Bronze
27 x 18 x12 inches

Excellent condition with original patina.

14 Dec: Wiener Werkstätte [1903-1932] : Viennese Modernist vase, ca.1910-15.

Wiener Werkstätte [1903-1932]
Vienna pottery
Viennese Modernist vase, ca.1910-15
Clay
13 inches off 14 inches that is widest part
Base: 5 x 4-1/2 inches
Signed.

Extremely rare early large piece.  Fantastic colors glaze and modernist artwork.

Please note 2 small chips on the top of one side.
Rest of the pieces in great condition

14 Dec: Frank Waller [1842-1923] : Exotic village with tribesmen, ca.1870.

Frank Waller [1842-1923]
American painter
Exotic village with tribesmen, ca.1870
Oil on canvas
6 x 10 inches

Excellent condition, unframed.

Frank Waller (1842-1923)was an American architect, and landscape painter.From 1857 to 1861, he attended the New York Free Academy where he studied commercial art. During the 1860s, he was employed in that capacity and painted in his spare time. In 1870, he began exhibiting at the NAD That same year, he undertook a study trip to Europe and spent some time in Rome,

He returned to New York in 1871, but left again, the very next year, to visit Egypt and developed a lifelong interest in the area.

Always seeking to improve himself, he continued his studies and  participated in the founding of the ASL in New York ,several art schools in Europe to report on their methods, and serving in various administrative capacities through the 1880s.He also exhibited frequently, at the Brooklyn Art Association and the PAFA

After 1885, he worked as an architect and joined the Architecture of league of New York  of his designs were for country homes, but he also helped design the First National Bank .He also travelled, producing small oil sketches of the places he visited around the world .

In 1895, he went to live in Morristown, New Jersey. After 1902, he gave up architecture and turned to landscape painting, which he would pursue until his death in 1923.

14 Dec: Pietro Melandri [1885-1969] : Sea-creature vase with lobster handles, ca.1930.

Pietro Melandri [1885-1969]
Italian potter
Sea-creature vase with lobster handles, ca.1930
Clay
11 x 9 inches

Fantastic artwork and glaze with applied handles.
Condition is excellent, no repairs, no restoration.

14 Dec: Edward Lamson Henry [1841-1919] : Trompe l’oeil still-life pipes and matches, 1885.

Edward Lamson Henry [1841-1919]
American still-life painter
Trompe l’oeil still-life pipes and matches, 1885
Oil on panel
5 x 7-1/4 inches
Signed and dated lower right.

Framed 11″ x 13″.
Painting is in excellent condition.
Original frame, has had minor restoration.

14 Dec: Jacques Marin [1877-1950] : Bronze dancer, ca.1920.

Jacques Marin [1877-1950]
Belgian art deco sculptor
Bronze dancer, ca.1920.
Bronze on marble base
22 inches tall from bottom of base
Base is 5 x 4 inches

please note photos base is missing one ornament and bronze needs to be reattached to base

14 Dec: [unattributed, French school] : Women at the table, ca.1880.

[unattributed]
French school genre
Women at the table, ca.1880
Oil on canvas
12 x 19 inches
Signed lower right.

Outside dimensions of Antique frame 23 x 29 inches.

14 Dec: Stanislas Victor Edouard Lépine [1835-1892] : Boats along the river, ca.1870s.

Stanislas Victor Edouard Lépine [1835-1892]
French Romantic landscape painter
Boats along the river, ca.1870s
Oil on canvas
15-3/4 x 21-3/4 inches
Excellent condition, antique frame.
Stanislas Victor Édouard Lépine was the pupil of Corot in Paris between 1860 and 1875. He made his debut at the Salon de Paris in 1859. The Impressionists recognised his talent and invited him to participate in their exhibition of 1874.

Lépine spent his life painting in the Valley of the Seine, from Paris to its estuary, and specialised in the paintings of river banks, showing their lively activity and poetry. If he learnt from his master his beautiful simplicity in the art of experiencing sincere emotions and knowing how to communicate them simply, he also looked closely at Jongkind and discovered how to depict the depth of the skies and the limpidity of the water. Lépine is one of those masters of French landscape in the 19th century who prepared the way for the Impressionists, and began to educate the eye of the public towards a more balanced vision of nature.

His works are in Museum and Galleries all over the world

14 Dec: Simpson [?-?] : Pointillist profile of woman, 1925.

Simpson [?-?]
American Pointillist painter
Pointillist profile of woman, 1925
Oil on canvas
Painting is in its original untouched condition
No repairs or restoration
Original antique frame

14 Dec: Hubert Davis [1902-1981] : Dark fire country, ca.1930s.

Hubert Davis [1902-1981]
American Regionalist painter
Dark fire country, ca.1930s
Oil on canvas
24 x 24 inches