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Emile Laporte (French 1858–1907), 'Vainqueur'. A large dore bronze sculpture, signed to base, 'E. Laporte'. Base also having a brass plate bearing the title, emile laporte (3rd medaille). Laporte attended the Academy in Paris and was a student of Gabriel-Jules Thomas, Augustin Dumont, Jean-Marie Bonnassieux and Louis-Ernest Barrias. He exhibited his work at the Salon of French artists from 1881. Dimensions: 19 1/2" high x 5 1/2" wide x 6" deep.
(Italian). Vintage silver handled pitcher having swirl design to body, raised on foliate scroll form feet. Signed to underside of base. Dimensions: 11 3/4" high x 9" spout to handle x 5" diameter at widest point of body. 35.97 troy ounces.
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Boucheron Minaudiere 18K Gold, Silver and Rubies. Swipe to see front of case.
This is a bronze desk set made by Tiffany Studios, New York. This is Tiffany's Studios most sought after aged acid etched dore' patina and is a highly collected bronze "American Indian" desk set pattern.
This set displays wonderful geometric patterns and symbols to honor "The American Indian" throughout each piece. This is a real collectors choice in the Arts & Crafts style decor.
Each piece is stamped Tiffany Studios NEW YORK and is numbered.
Tiffany started using a 3 digit number for his fancy desk set goods after 1902 subsequently these pieces were made circa 1905-1920. The quality doesn't get much better than this.
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Yellow Gold Sapphire and Diamond Demi-Parure Bracelet // COLLECTive Hudson
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Yellow Gold, Sapphire and Diamond Demi-Parure, bracelet containing one oval shape mixed cut sapphire measuring approximately 6.90 x 5.90 x 3.00 mm, nine oval shape mixed cut sapphires and 100 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.00 carats total.
Marble, Onyx, and Gilt-bronze Side Table 1925 // COLLECTive Hudson
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Marble, Onyx, and Gilt-bronze Side Table from the Collection of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., France, c. 1925, the square marble top with cut corners inset in onyx with a pattern of interlocking devices, raised on angled legs composed of rouge marbles interspersed by pierced gilt-bronze circles with conforming brackets and centering a lower marble shelf inset with onyx panels, ht. 31 3/8, wd. 20 1/2 in. Provenance: Sotheby's, The Estate of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., Important Art Nouveau and Art Deco, New York, June 16, 1989.
18K Diamond and topaz necklace impressed makers mark // COLLECTive Hudson
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François-Raoul Larche Bronze Lamp // COLLECTive Hudson
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François-Raoul Larche Bronze Lamp , France, early to mid 20th century, depicting putti frolicking in wheat stalks, "Raoul Larche" cast in the base, "021" stamped on outer edge of base, four sockets, ht. 23 1/4 in.
Hozan Satsuma exquisitely painted charger // COLLECTive Hudson
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Hozan Satzuma Charger Meiji Era. Offered is an exceptional Hozan Satsuma exquisitely painted charger. The charger is decorated with chrysanthemum and an iris floral boarder surrounding a delicately painted scene of men and women on a bridge by a tea house outside a temple entrance with wisteria blossoms. The work dates from the late 19th century. Matsumoto Hozan. (1868-1925) The work measures approx Measures 14" x 14" x 1 7/8"H.
George Bellows lithograph / etching of a n**e study woman // COLLECTive Hudson
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George Bellows lithograph/etching of a n**e study woman kneeling on a pillow. Engraved by Bolton Brown and pencil Signed by both Bolton Brown and George Bellows Title Study. 9.75" x 12.5" and 23" x 27" Framed.
His work is in numerous museums. George Wesley Bellows was an American realist painter, known for his bold depictions of urban life in New York City. He became, according to the Columbus Museum of Art, "the most acclaimed American artist of his generation"
Julio De Diego Oil on board // COLLECTive Hudson
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Julio De Diego Oil on board. 1943 signed lower left. Known as a lyrical abstract painter. His work has been published in life magazine and has been displayed in numerous museums including Chicago art institute and Smithsonian. Married to Actress Gypsy Rose Lee. He was also a WPA artist. 20" x 24"Art and 25 x 30 Framed.
John Fenton Multi Color Pencil Drawing // COLLECTive Hudson
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In 1958 Fenton won awards from both the National Academy of Design and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
John Fenton Multi Color Pencil Drawing. John Nathaniel Fenton is a twentieth century American painter, printmaker and painter who studied at the Art Students League, New York, and at Atelier 17, Paris. He also studied under and worked with Federico Castellon and Samuel Adler. In 1958 Fenton won awards from both the National Academy of Design and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Chicago Art Institute Annual, Butler Art Institute Annual and others. 18" x 15" image 26.5" x 24" Framed
Large Gustavsberg Wilhelm Kåge signed Argenta Vase with silver outlay of a rooster // COLLECTive Hudson
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Large Gustavsberg kage signed argenta Vase with silver outlay of a rooster. circa 1935. The Argenta designs at Gustavsberg date to the 1930’s and were created under the direction of Wilhelm Kage. In 1930, Kåge exhibited his Argenta Series at the Stockholm Exhibiti. 10"H
Wilhelm Kåge was a Swedish artist, painter and potter. He was the artistic director at Gustavsberg in 1917–49, where in the early 1930s he introduced a functionalist line with stackable frames.
He was born March 6, 1889 and died November 25, 1960 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Raoul François Larche: Loïe Fuller, Modeled as a Lamp Gilded bronze, signed // COLLECTive Hudson
Raoul François Larche (1860-1912): Loïe Fuller, Modeled as a Lamp Gilded bronze, signed 'Raoul Larche' and with the Siot-Decauville foundry stamp.
François-Raoul Larche was a French Art Nouveau sculptor. Best known for his depictions of figures both n**e and draped, as well as for his functional objects such as lamps, goblets, and ashtrays, Larche’s sculptures are characterized by fluid lines and swirling forms.
Many of his best-known works were inspired by the dancer Loïe Fuller, a popular entertainer in Paris who performed while wearing elaborate, flowing dresses to enhance her twirling dance techniques—and who was also similarly immortalized by the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Born in 1860 in Saint-André-de-Cubzac, France, Larche went on to study at the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
The sculptor’s work can now be found in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the St. Louis Museum of Art, among others. Larche died in 1912 in Paris, France. 18 in. high.
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Leo Manso Pencil Signed Collage “Revive II” Circa 1975 // COLLECTive Hudson
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As early as 1948 Manso had exhibited with avant-garde groups. During that same year he helped organize the “Formations” group in New York, exhibiting with Ferren, Lipton and Marca-Relli. He was active in the American Abstract Artists exhibitions which included, among others, Albers and Ben Nicholson. He has had collections in multiple museums including but not limited to Museum of Modern Art, Boston Museum of Fine Art, and Whitney Museum of American Art
Simon Henningsen “Casa Blanca” Hanging Lamp // COLLECTive Hudson
Simon Henningsen for Louis Poulsen Hanging Lamp titled “Casa Blanca” made by Lyfa in Denmark, Multicolored / Steel.
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Tramp Art - Outsider Art Midcentury Throne Chair with Footstool // COLLECTive Hudson
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One of a kind, circa 1930-1950 outsider artwork throne chair with footstool constructed out of knitting spools. The chair is high backed, chair and stool each have a drawer and the chair has a cup holder. Neither I, nor any other gallery owner/dealer has ever seen anything like this before.
The throne chair measures 55″ in height and is 30″ wide.
Paul Frankl Machine Age Art Deco Met Life Skyscraper Library Occasional Table // COLLECTive Hudson
Rare and important modernist table by Paul Frankl. The table was designed by Frankl and constructed by Frankl’s Studio specifically for the Metropolitan Life North Building, New York, USA, circa 1927-1929. The table measures 28″ W x 21.5″ D x 24.5″ H.
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Victor Agustin Casasola’s “Adelita” – vintage toned photograph // COLLECTive Hudson
“Adelita’ - Mexico, Early 20th Century
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Thomas Swift Studio Cantilever Architectural Designed Low Table, circa 1980 // COLLECTive Hudson
Thomas Swift Studio Cantilever Architectural designed and incised decorated teak low table, circa 1980. This table is take on the Frank Loyd Wright visual aesthetic. It has teak top with geometric design over a wood base using multiple connections to create the illusion of a floating top.
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Phyllis ‘Pele’ De Lappe Art Deco 1932 Mixed-Media drawing, Coney Island, NY // COLLECTive Hudson
Drawing of young men and women on the beach at Coney Island, New York. Measures approximate 22” x 31”.
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Palace Sized Vintage Japanese Kutani / Satsuma Vases // COLLECTive Hudson
They measure 33.5"H x 17"W
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Alphonse Mucha Chromolithograph “Flower”, 1894 // COLLECTive Hudson
Alphonse Mucha Chromolithograph. After early education in Brno, Moravia, and work for a theatre scene-painting firm in Vienna, Mucha studied art in Prague, Munich, and Paris in the 1880s.
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President Lincoln Assassination "The New York Herald" April 15, 1865 // COLLECTive Hudson
Rare original edition of "The New York Herald", April 15 1865, Assassination of President Lincoln. Describes the assassination and escape of the assassins, Civil war updates on Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee and the evacuation of the Rebel Capital. This is an original not a reprint.
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Abraham Walkowitz New York Cityscape Drawing, circa 1940 // COLLECTive Hudson
Walkowitz was an American painter grouped in with early American Modernists working in the Modernist style. Walkowitz’s work is held in most major museum’s collections that maintain a collection or focus on modern art.
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Chinese Antique Cloisonné Pagoda Form Temple Incense Burner circa 1920 // COLLECTive Hudson
Impressive tall two part Chinese incense burner in the form of a pagoda.
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Sally Gall “Vernal Falls” Original Pencil Signed Gelatin Silver Print, 1993 // COLLECTive Hudson
Original pencil signed gelatin silver photograph by Sally Gall. This is the image of vernal falls, 1993. That was displayed in the Whitney Museum exhibition.
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Curtis Jere Artisan House Abstract Marble and Brass Sculpture, 1984 // COLLECTive Hudson
Curtis Jere Artisan House abstract sculpture 1984 marble and brass with its original patina. Signed and dated on base.
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Large Antique Copper 3D Regal Boot Trade Sign // COLLECTive Hudson
Antique original copper hand-made trade sign for the Regal boot company. The trade sign is a great piece of Americana.
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Cambodian 18th Century Temple Tall Carved Wood Panels // Collective Hudson
A pair of tall three dimensionally carved wood temple panels. The pair of panels has been mounted together to create a single dramatic art object or divide.
The panels depict a dramatic array of god’s demons and mythological animals amidst an open work carved foliate background. The works were probably originally created as panels for doors into a temple area.
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Monumental Exhibition Damascene Real Gold And Silver Inlaid Horse Sculpture // Collective Hudson
This exceptional unique horse sculpture stands over 3 feet tall and exhibits the artist’s ability to accomplish the most intricate and fine damascene inlay work. The horse’s head, body, legs, feet, mane and tail are all richly inlaid with real gold and real silver inlays into the hand forged ironwork. This amazing fine Damascene work inlaid horse sculpture was created in Persia, 19th century. It was sculpted out of artisan hollow hand forged iron and set on a rectangular damascene inlaid plinth, which, in turn, rests on a marble plinth.
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Alfred Steiglitz Signed Original Vintage Toned Gelatin Silver Print, Circa 1900 // Collective Hudson
Alfred Steiglitz did a series of night images and was known to patiently await just the right instance and moment when taking his images. Through his work and writing, photographer Alfred Stieglitz was instrumental in establishing photography as a recognized fine art form. Some of Steiglitz’s best-known photographs are of the painter Georgia O’Keeffe (who would eventually become his wife), and in line with his belief that great photography “becomes more real than reality,”.
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