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Full text of "Illustrated catalogue of the gallery of paintings, sculpture, bronzes, and other art objects belonging to the estate of the late Robert Graves, Esq. of Brooklyn : to be sold at auction ... February 9th, 10th, and 11th... at Chickering Hall ... continuing February 14th and 15th... at the American Art Galleries ... : Thomas E. Kirby, auctioneer, American Art Association, managers"

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NO. 69 — THE I.ITTI.E SUIFKRF.K — W. A. HOUGUEREAU. 



ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 



GALLERY OF PAINTINGS 

SCULPTURE, BRONZES, 

AND OTHER ART OBJECTS BELONGING TO THE ESTATE 
OF THE LATE 

ROBERT GRAVES, Esq., 

OF BROOKLYN, 



TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE, 

By Order of Mrs. Allne A, Moffat, Admlntstratrix, 

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Evenings, 

FEBRUARY qth, ioth, and iith, 
At 7.30 O'CLOCK, 

AT CHICKERING HALL, 

Corner of Fifth Avenue and Eighteenth Street, 

CONTINUING 

Monday and Tuesday Afternoons, 

FEBRUARY 14TH and 15TH, 
At 2.30 O'CLOCK, 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES, 

6 E. 23D St. (Madison Square South), 

where the entire collection will be on public exhibition, day and evening, 
from monday, january 3 1st, until date of sale (sundays excepted). 

THOMAS E. KIRBY, AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

Auctioneer. Managers. 

NEW YORK. 1887. 



Press of J. J. Little & Co. 
Astor Place, New York. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE 

1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer, and if any dis- 
pute arise between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dis- 
pute shall be immediately put up again and re-sold. 

2. The Purchasers to give their names and addresses, 
and to pay down a cash deposit, or the whole of the Pur- 
chase-money, if required, in default of which the Lot or 
Lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and re- 
sold. 

3. The Lots to be taken away at the Buyer's Expense 
and Risk on the morning following each session of the Sale, 
between 9 and 12 o'clock, and the remainder of the Pur- 
chase-money to be absolutely paid, or otherwise settled for 
to the satisfaction of the Auctioneer, on or before delivery ; 
m default of which the undersigned will not hold himself 
responsible if the Lots be lost, stolen, damaged, or de- 
stroyed, but they will be left at the sole Risk of the Pur- 
chaser. 

4. The sale of any I'ainting is not to be set aside on ac- 
count of any error in the description. All are exposed for 
Public Exhibition one or more days, and are sold just as 
they are, without recourse. 

5. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery and inconvenience 
in the settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can, on any ac- 
count, be removed during the Sale. 

6. Upon failure to comply with the above conditions the 
money deposited in part payment shall be forfeited ; all 
Lots uncleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by 
public or private Sale, without further notice, and the de- 
ficiency (if any) attending such re-sale shall be made good 
by the defaulter at this Sale, together with all charges at- 
tending the same. This Condition is without prejudice to 
the right of the Auctioneer to enforce the contract made at 
the Sale, without such re-sale, if he thinks fit. 

THOMAS E. KIRBY, Auctioneer. 



ORDER OF SALE. 

Wednesday Evening, February 9th, at 7.30 o'clock, at 
Chickering Hall, corner of Fifth Avenue and Eighteenth 
Street, Paintings. Catalogue Nos. i to 73, inclusive. 

Thursday Evening, February loth, at Chickering Hall, 
Paintings. Catalogue Nos. 74 to 139, inclusive. 

Friday Evening, February nth, at Chickering Hall, 
concluding sale of Paintings. Catalogue Nos. 140 to 199, 
inclusive. 

Monday Afternoon, February 14th, at 2.30 o'clock, at 
the American Art Galleries, 6 East Twenty-third Street, 
Oriental Porcelains, Jade, Ivory Carvings, Swords, Bronzes, 
etc. Catalogue Nos. 200 to 426, inclusive. 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 15th, at 2.30 o'clock, 
at the above galleries, concluding sale, European Ceramics, 
Bronzes, Clocks and Clock Sets, Statuary, Musical Box 
Orchestra, Antique and Modern Furniture, Draperies, etc. 
Catalogue Nos. 427 to 569, inclusive. 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

Admission to Chickering Hall on nights of Sale will be by Card only. 
{No Reserved Seats.) These cards will be ready for distribution Thurs- 
day, February 3d. Application for them, by mail or otherwise, should 
be made to Miss Katharine Timpson, Secretary American Art Associa- 
6 East Twenty-third Street (Madison Square, South). 



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ORDERS TO PURCHASE. 

The undersigned have volunteered to receive and attend 
to orders to purchase at this sale : 

Messrs. M. Knoedler & Co., Fifth Avenue and Twenty- 
second Street. 

Mr. S. P. Avery, 86 Fifth Avenue. 

Mr, L. Crist Delmonico, Kohn's Fine Art Rooms, 166 
Fifth Avenue. 

Mr. William Schaus, 204 Fifth Avenue. 

Messrs. Reichard & Co., 226 Fifth Avenue. 

Messrs. Blakeslee & Co., Fifth Avenue cor Twenty- 
sixth Street. 

Messrs. A. A. Vantine & Co., 877 Broadway. 

First Japanese Trading Co., 865 Broadway. 

Mr. L. A. Lanthier, 22 East Sixteenth Street. 

Mr. H. P. DuvEEN, 262 Fifth Avenue. 

Messrs. Sypher & Co., 860 Broadway, Union Square. 

American Art Association, 6 East Twenty-third 
Street. 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED, 

TOGETHER WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES, LISTS OF HONORS^ 
AND OTHER INFORMATION. 



ACHENBACH (Andreas) Dusseldorf. 

Born at Hesse-Cassel in 1815. Pupil of Schirmer, Dusseldorf 
Academy. Member of the Berlin, Antwerp, and Amsterdam Acad- 
emies. Knight of the Order of Leopold and of the Legion of 
Honor. Medals in Prussia and Belgium ; in Paris in 1839 — 1855 
— 1864 (when decorated with the Legion of Honor) — 1867 {Expo- 
sition Universelle), and in Philadelphia (Centennial Exposition), 
1876. 

No. 154 — Storm at Sea ... Page 65 

ACHENBACH (Oswald) Dusseldorf. 

Born at Dusseldorf, 1827. Brother and pupil of Andreas Achen- 
bach. Medals, Paris, 1859, 1861, 1863. Legion of Honor, 1863. 

No. 12 — Street Scene in Naples Page 35 

No. 70 — Wind Storm near Rome 47 

ADAM (Julius) New York. 

No. 142 — Fussy s Fa7?iily Page 62 

AMBERG (WiLHELM) Berlin. 

Bom at Berlin, 1S22. Pupil of Herbig, Karl Begas, and Leon 
Cogniet. Professor and Member of the Academy of Berlin. 

No. 140 — Courtship , Page 62 



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BACHEREAU (Victor) Paris. 

Pupil of Bonnat and Deville. 

No. ii6 — Soldiers of Louis XIII Page 56 

BEAUQUESNE (W.) Paris. 

Pupil of Horace Vernet and Emile Lecompte. 
No. 28 — Advaiice Guard at Kariiova Page 38 



BECKER (Prof. Carl) Beri 



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Born at Berlin, 1820. Pupil of the Berlin Academy, of Von 
Klober, of Heinrich Hess, and Cornelius, and Pensioner of the 
Berlin Academy at Paris and Rome. Member and Vice-President 
of the Academy of Berlin. Member of the Academy of Vienna 
and of the Royal Society of Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium. 
Officer of the Order of Leopold. Medals at Berlin, Vienna, 
Munich, and Paris. 

No. 100 — Awaiting an Audieiice Page 53 



BIDAN (E.) Paris. 

No. 155 — Flowers and Fruit Page 65 

BIERSTADT (Albert), N. A New York. 

Born in Dusseldorf, 1830. Brought to America at an early age. 
In 1853 he returned to Dusseldorf and entered the Academy there ; 
afterward he also studied in Rome, Switzerland, and Germany. 
Elected a member of the National Academy in 1S60, and later ap- 
pointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, France. In 1S67 he 
was sent to Europe upon a Government commission, to make 
studies for a painting of the "Discover)' of the North River by 
Hendrik Hudson." Several of his paintings are owned by the 
United Stales Government. 

No. 139 — Sierra Nevada — Mortiing Page 61 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. g 

BLAKELOCK (Ralph Albert) New York. 

Born at New York, 1847. Self-taught. 

No 13 — Landscape^ Simset Page 35 

No. Z-}^ — Indian Camp 50 

No. 152 — Landscape 64 

BORGOGNONE (deceased) Paris. 

Jacopo Cortese, called II Borgognone, born in Franche Comte, 1621. 
One of the most celebrated battle painters. Pupil of Cerquozzi. 
Died 1676. 

No. 84 — Battle Scene Page 50 

BOUGHTON (George H.), N. A. and A. R. A London. 

Bom in England, 1834. Brought to Albany, N. Y., by his parents 
in 1837, where, when a youth, he began the study of art. After- 
ward he studied in London and Paris. Elected member of the 
National Academy, New York, 1871 ; Associate of the Royal 
Academy, England, 1879. 

No, 52 — Sophia Page 43 

No. 141 — The Widow s Garde?! 62 

BOUGUEREAU (William Adolphe) Taris. 

Born in La Rochelle, 1825. When very young, after passing 
through the College at Pons, where he showed an aptitude for 
drawing, Bouguereau was placed in a business house in Bordeaux. 
While there he attended, two hours a day, the drawing-school of 
M. Alaux. Treated contemptuously by his fellow-students on ac- 
count of his unaristocratic business connections, Bouguereau never- 
theless took the first prize at the end of the year, the award cau.'^ing 
such excitement in the school that a riot was the consequence. 
Bouguereau then resolved to turn his attention to art, and after he 
had earned sufficient money by painting portraits at Saintonge, 
where his uncle was a priest, he went to Paris and entered the studio 
of Picot, and later l£cole des Beaux Arts, where his progress was 



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rapid. He gained the Prix de Rovie in 1850, and then studied in 
Rome. Medals, Paris, 1?>SS {Exposition Universelle) — 1857 — 1867 
{Exposition Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1859. Member of 
the Institute of France, 1876. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1876. Medal of Honor {Exposition Universelle), 1878. Knight 
of the Order of Leopold, 1881. Grand Medal of Honor, Paris, 
1885. Medal of Honor, Antwerp, 1885. 

No. 69— The Little Sufferer Page 47 

No. 131 — Cupid Disar7ned 59 

No. 199 — Le Jour 74 

BRANDT (Carl L.), N. A New York. 

No. 15 — The Fortujie Teller Page 36 

No. 107 — Resignation 54 

BR AUN (Carl Otto) Munich. 

No. 99 — Offended Page 53 

BRIDGMAN (Frederick A.), N. A Paris. 

Born in Alabama, 1847. At an early age began his professional 
work as an engraver with the American Bank Note Company, New 
York, studying in his leisure hours in the schools of the Brooklyn 
Art Association. Later, studied with Jean Leon Gerome, of whom 
he was a favorite pupil in Paris. Medals, Paris, 1877 — 1878 
{Exposition Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1S78. 

No. 145 — Oriejital Girl Page 63 

BROWN (J. G.), N. A New York. 

Born in England, 1831. Studied in Newcastle-on-Tyne and at the 
Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh ; later, with Thomas Cum- 
mings, N. A., in New York. Elected member of the National 
Academy, New York. 1863. Medals, Boston and San Francisco. 
Member of the American Water Color Society. Honorary mem- 
ber of the Salmagundi Sketch Club. 

No. 115 — My Grafidma Page 56 



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BROWN (W. M.) New York. 

Born in Troy, N. Y., 1827. First studied with A. B. Moore, of 
Troy. Painted portraits for a time, but in 1850 turned his at- 
tention to the study of landscape. In 1865 began painting fruit 
pictures, in which he has made a distinguished reputation. 

No. I — On the Delaware River Page t^i 

No. 27 — Landscape 38 

No. 126 — Fruit 58 

SURGES (Leonid) Paris. 

No. 5 1 — Hide a?id Seek Page 43 

BYLANDT (Compte A. de) Hague. 

Pupil of B. C. Koekkoek, Chevalier of the Order of Leopold. 
No. 16 — Fishermen Preparing for Departure . . .Page 36 

CARRIERIE (Prof. Eugene) Paris. 

No. 127 — Waiting Maid Page 58 

CASANOVA (Antonio) Paris. 

Pupil of Madrazo. 

No. 179 — ^^Anticipation " Page 70 

"Ho. 1^0— ''Doubt'' 70 

CHURCH (Frederick Edwin), N. A New York. 

Bom at Hartford, Conn., March 14, 1826. Member of National 
Academy of Design, New York. 

No. 85 — Evening in New England Page 50 



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CIPOLA (F.) Rome. 

No. 55 — Dreain of Roses Page 44 

CISERI (Antonio) Paris 

No. 71 — Joseph Sold by his Brethren Page 47 

No. 72 — Joseph's Coat of via7iy Colors brought to Jacob, 
his Father Page 47 

CLARE (George) New York. 

No. 143 — Strawberries and Apples Page 62 

No. 144 — Raspberries and Flimis 63 

COL (David) Antwerp. 

Born at Antwerp, i322. Pupil of De Keyser and Antwerp Acad- 
emy. Medal, Vienna Exposition, 1S73. Chevalier of the Order 
of Leopold. 

No. 29 — The Disputed Gafne Page 39 

CONSTANT (Benjamin Jean Joseph) Paris. 

Born at Paris, 1845, Pupil of Alexandre Cabanel. Medals, Paris, 
1875— 1876. Legion of Honor, 1878. Medal, 1878 {Exposition 
Universelle). Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1884. 

No. 132 — Portico of the Alhambra Page 59 

COROT (Jean Baptiste Camille), dec'd Paris. 

Born at Paris, 1796. Studied art against the wishes of his family. 
Instructed first by Michallon, afterward by Victor Bertin, and then 
spent several years in Italy. At first unsuccessful in obtaining 
recogniticm, Corot's works afterward became so popular that his 
income for several years averaged over two hundred thousand 
francs from his profession alone. Medals, Paris, 183S — 184S — 1855 
— 1867 (Exposition Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1846 ; Officer 
of the same, 1867. Died, 1875. Diploma to the Memory of De- 



IXDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 13 



ceased Artists {Exposition Universelle), 1S78. Characterized in a 
Sonnet by an American Poet as — '' Thou Painter of the essences 
of things" 

No. 195 — Landscape a?id Figures Page 73 



CORTAZZO (Oreste) Rome. 

No. 128 — Matching the Tint Page 59 

COSSMANS (M.) Paris. 

No. 2 — The Favorite Page Page t^^ 

COURBET (GusTAVE), dec'd Paris. 

Born in Ornans, 1819- Pupil of Steuben and Hesse. Medals, 
1849— 1857 — 1861. Offered the Cross of the Legion of Honor, 
but refused it. Decorated with the Order of St. Michael. Died, 
1878. 

No. 54 — Storm off the Coast Page 44 

CROPSEY (Jasper F.), N. A New York. 

Born on Staten Island, 1823, Studied architecture in New York 
several years, and then turned his attention to landscape painting, 
Elected a member of the National Academy, New York, 185 1. 
Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colors. 

No. 53 — Conway Valley^ Early Snow on Mount Washing- 
ton Page 43 

DALENS (D.), dec'd Hague. 

Born at Dordrecht. Flourished about 1623-65, 
No. 157 — Rebecca at the Well Page 65 

DAMSCHROEDER (J. M.) Antwerp. 

No. 4 — Flaying Checkers Page 34 



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DARGELAS (Henri) Paris. 

Born at Bordeaux, 1828. Pupil of Picot. Medals, Paris, 1S67 — 
1881. 

No. 5 — S710W Scene in Holland ... Page 34 

No. 74 — Children Playing 48 

DAUBIGNY (Charles FRANgois), dec'd Paris. 

Born in Paris, 18 17. Pupil of his father and Paul Delaroche, and 
for three years studied in Italy. Medals, 184S— 1853— 1855— 1857 
— 1859 — 1867. Legion of Honor, 1859 ; Officer of the same, 1874. 
Died, 1878. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists (^Exposi- 
tion Universelle), 1878, 

No. 187 — La7idscape Page 72 

DE BEUL (Laurent), dec'd Brussels. 

No. 14 — Sheep Page 36 

DE GRAVE (Jules Alexander P.) Paris. 

Pupil of Gerome and Vely. 
No. 133 — Une Classe Communale Page 60 

DE HAAS (M. F. H.), N. A New York. 

Bom in Rotterdam, Holland, 1832. Was a pupil of the Academy 
of Fine Arts, Rotterdam, and of Louis Meyer, at the Hague. In 
1857 was appointed artist to the Dutch Navy. He came to New 
York, 1859. Elected A. N. A., 1863 ; N. A., 1867. Member of 
the American Water Color Society, and of the Artists' Fund 
Society, 

No. ^^2— Marine Page 39 

N o. 1 1 3 — On the New England Coast — Moonlight. 5 6 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 



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DEIKER (Karl F.) Dusseldorf. 

Born, 1836. Pupil of the Hanau Academy and Schirmer. 
No. 30 — 0?i the Alert Page 39 

DE KONIGH (L.) Antwerp. 

No. 3 — Grandpa's Amusement Page 2>Z 

DELLEANI (Torino) Milan. 

No. 130 — Driving Ho7Jie the Flock Page 59 

DETTI (C^sar) Paris. 

Bom at Rome. Pupil of Academy of San Lucca, Rome. 

No. 86 — The Preferred One Page 50 

No. 146 — Court /ester 63 

No. 167 — The Cofivalescent 68 

No. 181 — Wine Brings Out the Truth 71 

DE VOS (Vincent) Brussels. 

No. 31 — Dogs Page 39 

No. 129 — Strolling Flayers 59 

DEWEY (Charles Melville) New York. 

Born at Lowville, N. Y., 1851. Self-taught. First exhibited, 1S75, 
at the National Academy, New York. Member of the Society of 
American Artists. 

No. 42 — The Farting Day Page 41 

DIAZ (Narcisse Virgile de-l.\-Pena), dec'd Paris. 

Bom in Bordeaux, 1808. His parents were banished from Spain 
on account of political troubles, and at ten years of age Diaz was 



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left an orphan in a strange country. At fifteen years of age he was 
apprenticed to a maker of porcelain, where his talent first displayed 
itself. He quarreled with and left his master, and subsequently 
spent several years in most bitter poverty. After his ability as a 
most wonderful colorist was recognized, Diaz painted and sold 
many pictures, working even too constantly, as if endeavoring by 
the accumulation of a vast fortune to avenge the poverty of his 
youth. Medals, 1844 — 1846— 1848. Legion of Honor, 1851. Died, 
1 8 76. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition 
Universe lie), 1878. 

No. 40 — ^''Loves Return " Page 41 

No. 153 — View Near Fontainebleau 64 

No. 183 — Venus 71 

DIELMAN (Frederick), N. A New York. 

Born in 1848. Studied in the Bavarian Royal Academy at Munich. 
One of the founders of the vSociety of American Artists. Member 
of the American Water Color Society, the New York Etching Club, 
and of the Salmagundi Sketch Club. Elected Member of the Na- 
tional Academy, 1883. 

No. 39 — ^'My own Puss " Page 41 

DOUGLAS (Edwin), R. A England. 

Born in Edinburgh, 1848, Received his art education in the 
School of the Royal Scottish Academy. Made Royal Academician, 

1878. 

No. 136 — Mid-day Rest Page 60 

DOYEN (F.) Paris. 

No. 1X4 — 77/^ Spinner Page 56 

DUBUFE (Edouard), dec'd Paris. 

Born at Paris, 1818. Pupil of his father and Paul Delaroche. 
Officer of the Legion of Honor. Died, 1883. 

No. 137 — The Circassian Slave Page 60 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 



DUPRE (Jules) Paris. 

Bom in Nantes, 1S12. As a boy he studied design in the porcelain 
manufactory of his father, but soon turned his attention to land- 
scape painting, and made his debut in the Salon of 1S31. Medals, 
Paris, 1833. Legion of Honor, 1849. Medals {Exposition Uni- 
verselle)^ 1S67. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1870. 

No. 41 — Twilight Page 41 

No. 168 — Landscape and Cottages 68 

DUPR^ (JuLiEN) Paris. 

Born in Paris, 1S51. Pupil of Pils, of Lehman, and of Laugee. 
Medals, Paris, 1880, 1882. 

No. 49 — Brittany Peasant Woman, Hari^est Scene .V3.gQ 43 

^SCOSURA (Leon-Y-) Paris. 

Born in the Asturias. Pupil of Jean Leon Gerome, Paris. Com- 
mander of the Order of Isabel the Catholic. Chevalier of the 
Order of Charles IIL of Spain, and of the Order of Christ of 
Portugal. 

No. 10 1 — Abdication of the King Page 53 

No. 147 — Nubian Girl 63 

No. i6()— Morning Visit 68 

FACCIOLI (R.) Milan. 

No. 87 — Laugh and Smile Page 50 

FICHEL (Eugene Benjamin) Paris. 

Born at Pans, 1S26. Pupil of Paul Delaroche. Medals, Paris, 
1857— 1861— 1869. Legion of Honor, 1S70. 

No. 75 — The Coin Collector Page 48 

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FRAUSTADT (F. A.) Antwerp. 

Born at Lauchstadt, near Halle, 1821.^ Pupil of Bendemann, 
Rietschel, and Schnorr. 

No. 'i^Ti — ^^^ John Falstaff. Page 39 

FREER (Frederick W.) New York. 

Born in Chicago, III., 1849. Studied in the Bavarian Royal Acad- 
emy, Munich, and also in Paris. First exhibited, 1881, at the 
National Academy, New York. Member of the American Water 
Color Society. 

No. 102 — Choosing a Study Page 53 

FRERE (Edouard) Paris. 

Born in Paris, 1819. Pupil of Paul Delaroche. Medals at Paris, 
1851 — 1852 — 1855. Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1855. 

No. 148 — The Sentinel Page 63 

GRANDCHAMPS (P. de) Paris. 

No. j^o—The Necklace Page 68 

GROLLERON (Paul) Paris. 

Born at Seignelay (Yonne), France ; was a pupil of Bonnat. 
Medal, Paris, 1886. 

No. ^G—The Picket Guard Page 48 

GRUEBER (A.) Munich. 

No. ^G— After the Christening Page 44 

GRUTZNER (E.) Munich. 

Born 1846. Pupil of Munich Academy and Piloty ; Professor of 
the Munich Academy. Gold Medal, Berlin, 1S72. Honorary mem- 
ber Munich Academy, 1SS5. 

No. 12,^—Monk in Wine Cellar Page 60 



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GUES (Alfred) Paris. 

Born at Montargis. Pupil of Gleyre and Gerome. 
No. 48 — The Proposal. Page 42 

GUILIANO (Prof. B.) Milan. 

No. 103 — " Love Me, Love Me Not " Page 54 

HAGBORG ( AuGUSTE) Paris. 

Born at Gothenburg, Sweden. Pupil of the Academy of Fine Arts, 
Stockholm, and of PalmaroH, Paris. Medal, Paris, 1S79. 

No. 34 — Waiting for Papa Page 40 

HALL (George H.), N. A New York. 

Born at Boston, i525. Member of the National Academy of De- 
sign, i365. 

No. 77 — Fruit Page 48 

HART (William), N. A New York. 

Born in Paisley, Scotland, 1822. Brother of James M. Hart, N. A. 
Brought to America, 1831. Elected a member of the National 
Academy, New York, 185S. One of the founders, and for several 
years President, of the American Water Color Society, and President 
of the Brooklyn Academy of Design at its foundation. 

No. 58 — Landscape and Cattle Page 44 

HENRY (E. L.), N. A New York. 

Born in Charleston, S. C, 1S42. Studied in Philadelphia, at Penn- 
sylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and with P. Weber ; afterward in 
Paris, under Suisse and Courbet. First exhibited, 1S63, at the 
National Academy. Elected A. N. A., 1869 ; N. A., 1870. 

No. 150 — Playing Croquet Page 64 



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HERRMANN (Leo) Paris. 

Born at Paris. 
No. 149 — Les Incroyables Page 64 

HERZOG (H.) Philadelphia. 

Born in Bremen, 1832. Pupil of Dusseldorf Academy and Schir- 
mer. 

No. 57 — The Mountain Torrent. Page 44 

HOFNER (J. B.) Dusseldorf. 

No. 194 — Sheep at Rest Page 73. 

HUIBERS (J. D.) Hajrue. 

No. 125 — Prayer Before Breakfast Page 58 

INDUNO (G.) Milan. 

Born in Milan, 1S27. Pupil of Milan Academy. 
No. 188 — The Conscript's Departure Page 72 

INNESS (George\ N. A New York. 

Born at Newburgh, N. Y., 1S25. Studied art in Newark, N. J., 
and engraving in New York. In 1S46 began landscape painting 
as a profession, spending a month meanwhile in the studio of 
Regis Gignoux. Visited Europe several times for purposes of ob- 
servation and study, and lived in Italy from 1S71 to 1875. Elected 
National Academician, 1S6S. Member of the Society of American 
Artists. 

No. 23 — Ttaliaft Landscape Page 37 

No. 78 — Landscape 49 

No. 182 — Sunset 71 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 21 



ISABEY (Louis Gabriel Eugene), dec'd Paris. 

Born at Paris, 1804. Pupil of his father. Medals, Paris, 1824— 
1827 — 1 85 5 {Exposition Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1S32 ; 
Officer of the same, 1S52. Died, 1886. 

No. 21 — French Seaport Page 37 

No. Z"^ — Oriental Scene .^ 51 

JACQUE (Charles Emile) Paris. 

Born at Paris, 1813. Early in life studied with a geographical 
engraver; later, spent seven years in the army, and worked two 
years in England as an engraver on wood. Is famous for his 
etchings as well as his paintings. Medals, Paris, 1861 — 1863— 
1864 — 1867. Legion of Honor, 1867. 

No. 122 — Sheep at Pasture . . . . Page 57 

_p^o. 1 98— The Shepherdess 74 '^^ 7 ^ 

JOHNSON (David), N. A New York. 

Born in New York, 1827. Elected member of the National Acad- 
emy, New York, 1862. Medal, Philadelphia, 1876. One of the 
founders of the Artists' Fund Society. 

No. 22 — View Near Greenwich^ Conn Page 37 

No. 61 — On the Unadilla 45 

No. 89 — Simiiy Afternoon 51 

No. 123 — Sunset on the Walkill River 58 

No. 1 8^ — " Sweet Day " 7 r 



KRAUS (F.) Berl 



m. 



Bom at Krottingen, East Prussia, 1826. Pupil of Konigsburg 
Academy. Studied in Paris, 1852-54. 

No. 20 — The Bather Surprised Page 37 



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KRAY (WiLHELM) Vienna. 

Professor of the Academy at Vienna. 
No. 50 — The Swimming Lesson Page 43 

LAUGEE (G.) Paris. 

Pupil of his father. Honorable mention, 1881. Medals, Paris, 
1882 and 1883. 

No. 80 — Brittany Peasant Woma?t Page 49 

LAUPHEIMER (A.) Munich. 

No. 79 — JVot at all Pleased Page 49 

No. 151 — Having his Hair Cut 64 

LE COMTE (Ph. Parrot) Paris. 

Pupil of Meissonier. 
No. 19 — Un Savant. Page 37 

LE ROUX (Hector) Paris. 

Born at Verdun, December 29, 1829. Pupil of Picot. Medals, 
Paris, 1863 — 1864 — 1874. Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1877. 
Medal {Exposition Universelle), 187S. His best-known picture, 
*' The Vestal Tuccia," is in the Corcoran Gallery in Washington. 

No. 47 — Le Tibre Page 42 

LESREL (A.) Paris. 

Born at Genest (Manche'). Pupil of Gerome. 
No. 172 — Baptism of the Pri?ice of Co7ide' Page 69 

MEDARD (EUGfeNE) Paris. 

Pupil of Detaille. Medals, 1870— 1S71— 1876— 1886. 
No. 46 — The Charge — Franco-Prussian War . . .Page 42 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 



23 



MERLE (Hughes), dec'd Paris. 

Born at Saint Marcellin, France, 1822. Pupil of Leon Cogniet. 
Medals, 1S61 — 1S63. Legion of Honor, 1866. Died, i38i. 

No. 1 21 — Nursery Tales Page 5 7 



MEYER VON BREMEN (Johann Georg), dec'd Berlin. 

Called, from his birth-place, Meyer Von Bremen. Born October 
28, 1813. Pupil of Sohn. Member of the Amsterdam Acad- 
emy. Gold Medal of Prussia, 1850. Medals at Berlin and Phil- 
adelphia. Died 1 3 86. 

No. 35 — The Proposal Page 40 

No. 124 — Gathering Flowers 58 

No. 186 — Too Hot 72 

MICHEL (Georges), dec'd France. 

Bom, 1763. Neglected during his life, but his paintings are now 
sought for by connoisseurs. He is represented in the Louvre and 
other public galleries. Died, 1843. 

No. 36 — Landscape Page 40 

No. 81 — Arctic Scene 49 

No. II 9 — Entrance to the Forest of Fontainebleau. 57 f. 

No. 189 — Landscape — Near Montmartre 72 ^-»\<'7C' 

MOELLER (Louis), A. N. A New York. 

Born in New York Cit>', 1S55. Pupil of the National Academy of 
Design, New York. Studied abroad under Duveneck and Pro- 
fessor Dietz, at Munich. First exhibited at National Academy of 
Design, 1883. 

No. 175 — Ln the Studio Page 69 



24 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

MONTICELLI, dec'd Paris. 

Born in Venice. Pupil of Rossi and of Diaz. Died, iSS6. 

No. 1 1 — The Wedding Party Page 35 

No. 90 — Picnic Party 51 

MOORE (H. HUMPHREY! New York. 

Pupil of Gerome. 
No. 120 — The Blind Singer Page 57 

MULLER (Charles Louis) Paris. 

Born at Paris, 1815. Pupil of Gros and Cogniet. Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1849. Medals, 1838 — 1S46 — 1848, and Paris 
Exposition, 1855. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1859. Member 
of the Institute of France, 1864. 

No. 62 — Yoimg Lady in the Costume of the First Efn- 

pire Page 45 

OERTEL (L A.) Paris 

No. 37 — The Young Bacchanalians Page 40 

OOMS (Karel) Antwerp. 

No. 73 — Flemish Pirates Page 47 

No. 91 — Paul and Virginia 51 

PEALE (Raphaelle) 

No. Y^"^— Fruit Page 65 

PERRAULT (Leon) Paris. 

Born at Poitiers. Pupil of Picot and Bouguereau. Medals, Paris, 
1864 — 1865 ; Philadelphia, Centennial Exposition, 1S76. 

No. 45. — Prayer Page 42 



INDEX 7 ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 25 



PICKNELL (W. L.) Paris. 

Bom at Boston, 1S53. Pupil of Gerome and George Inness. Hon- 
orable mention, Paris Salon, 18S0. The Pennsylvania Academy of 
Fine Arts, Boston Museum, and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 
England, possess pictures by this artist. 

No. 118 — Getting Under Way Page 57 



PICOU (Henry) Paris. 

No. 59 — " Waiting for Papa " Page 45 

RAOUX (A.) Brussels. 

No. 60 — Flowers and Fruit Page 45 

REAM (MoRSTON) New York. 

Born 1S40. Has applied himself closely to painting fruit subjects 
for many years. 

No. 1 74 — Fruit Page 69 



RENI (GuiDo), dec'd Bolot 



na. 



Born at Bologna in 1575. He was pupil of the Carracci. In the 
beginning of the seventeenth century he visited Rome, where he 
attained great distinction, and, after a residence of about twenty 
years, returned to Bologna, where he died in 1642. 

No. 162 — Martyrdom of St. Agatha Page 67 



RIBOT (F.) Paris 

Born at Breteine, Eure. Medals, Paris, 1S64— 1S63 — iSyS {Ex- 
position Universelle). Legion of Honor, 1878. 

No. 92 — Mending his Fen Page 5 1 



26 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

RICHTER (Edouard) Paris. 

Born at Paris. Pupil of Hebert and Bonnat. 
No. 66 — Oriental Woman Page 46 

ROBBINS (Horace Wolcott), N. A New York. 

Bom in Mobile, Ala., 1842. Was a pupil of James M. Hart, N. A. , 
New York. First exhibited. 1S60, in the National Academy, 
New York. Elected National Academician, 1879. Member of the 
American Water Color Society. 

No. 178 — Twilight i7i the Mountains Page 70 

ROCKLER (V. L.) Antwerp. 

No. 173 — Bar Maid Page 69 

ROUSSEAU (Theodore), dec'd Paris. 

Born in Paris, 1S12. Pupil of Guillon-Lethiere. First exhibited, 
Salon, 1S34. Medals, 1834 — 1840 — 1855. Legion of Honor, 1S52. 
One of the eight Grand Medals of Honor (^Exposition Universelle), 
Paris, 1867. Died, 1867. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased 
Artists, 1868. 

No. 2>^ — Oak Trees in Autumn Page 40 

No. 166 — Sunset at D' Arbonne 67 

RUBENS (Peter Paul), dec'd Antwerp. 

Sir Peter Paul Rubens was born at Liegen, in Westphalia, in 1577. 
His parents shortly after moved to Antwerp, where he studied 
painting with Otto Van Veen. He went in 1600 to Italy. In 1605 
he visited Spain ; and returned to Antwerp by Genoa in 1608, 
where he was appointed Court Painter. In 1620 he visited Paris, 
and received the order to paint his celebrated series of pictures for 
the new Palace of the Luxembourg. In 1628 he again visited 
Spain in a diplomatic capacity ; and also England in the following 
year, where he was knighted by Charles I. He died at Antwerp 
in 1640. 

No. 160 — Diana a?id Ny77tphs Page 66 

No. 161 — The Judgment of Paris 66 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 



27 



RUMPF (Phillip) Munich. 

Pupil of Schreyer. 
No. 26 — Winter Sports Page i^ 

RUYSDAEL (Jacob), dec'd Haarlem. 

Born at Haarlem. Younger brother, and pupil of Solomon. Died, 
16S1. 

No. 159 — Marine., Storf?i at Sea Page 66 

SARONY (Napoleon) New York. 

No. 108 — Sea Nymph Page 55 

No. 191 — Sea Nymph 73 

SCHLESINGER (H.) Dusseldorf. 

I Medals, 1840 — 1841. Legion of Honor, i860. 

No. 10 — Master s Out Page 35 

SCHONBERGER 

No. 65 — Landscape Page 46 

SCHREYER (Adolphe) Paris. 

Born at Frankfort-on-the-Main, 182S. Belonging to a distinguished 
family, this artist enjoyed every advantage of travel and instruction. 
In 1S55 he followed the regiment commanded by Prince Taxis to 
the Crimea, making many spirited studies. Medals, Paris, 1864 — 
1865 — 1867 {Exposition Universelle) ; Brussels Exposition, 1S63, 
and Vienna Exposition, 1S73. Cross of the Order of Leopold, 
1864. In 1862 he was made Painter to the Court of the Grand 
Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Member of the Academies of 
Antwerp and Rotterdam, and Honorary Member of the Deutsches 
Nochstift. 

No. 197 — Gypsy Encampment Page 74 



28 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

SERRA (Enrique) Rome. 

No. 95 — Ora?ige Dance Page 5 2 

SPORRER (Phillip) Munich. 

No. 93 — The Escape , Page 5 2 

STAMMEL (E.) Dusseldorf. 

No. e-j—Falstaff Page 46 

No. dZ—Shylock 46 

STANICK (F.) Munich. 

No. 25 — Monk Asleep Page t^'^ 

No 1 1 2 — An Interesting Game 55 

No. 190 — Wine Taster 72 

STEEN (Jan), dec'd Leyden. 

Born at Leyden, 1626. Pupil of Nicolas Knufer and Von Goyen, 
whose daughter he married. Died, 1679. 

No. 109 — The Carousal Page 55 

No. 1 10 — Co7npa7iion 55 

No. 163 — The Market Wo?nan 67 

STEFFANI (L.) Milan. 

No. I \i—Mari?ie Page 55 

STORY (George H.), A. N. A New York. 

Born in New Haven, Conn., 1835. Was a pupil of Charles Hine 
and Professor Bail, New Haven. First exhibited, 1867, at the Na- 
tional Academy, New York. Studied in Europe, 1874 and 1875. 
Elected A. N. A., 1875. Member of the Artists' Fund Society. 

No. ()^—The Winning Hand Page 52 



INDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED, 



29 



TAIT (Arthur F.), N. A New York. 

Born at Liverpool, England, 1S19. Came to America in 1S50, and 
settled in New York. Elected Member of the National Academy, 
New York, 1858. 

No. 9 — Raquette Lake^ Adirondacks Page 35 

No. 44 — Quail Shooting 42 

No. 96 — Deer 52 

TENIERS (David, the Younger), dec'd Antwerp. 

David Teniers, the Younger, was bom at Antwerp in 1610. He 
was taught painting by his father, and by Adrian Brouwer. He 
was appointed Court Painter and Chamberlain to the Archduke 
Leopold William, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands. His 
works were eagerly sought after, and their merits highly appre- 
ciated He died at Brussels, in 1649, and was buried at Perth. 

No. 164 — Enjoyment Page 67 

TIMMERMANS (E.) Brussels. 

No. 106 — Moonlight — Marine Page 54 

TOWNSEND (Charles E.) 

No. 135 — Monarch of the Jungle Page 60 

TROYON (CoNSTANTiNE), dec'd Paris. 

Born in Sevres, iSio. His parents wished him to be a painter of 
porcelain, but after a time spent in the manufactory at Sevres, he 
studied under Riocreux, and became a painter of landscapes and 
animals. Medals, Paris, 1S38 — 1840— 1846 — 1848 — 1855, Legion 
of Honor, 1849. Member of the Amsterdam Academy. Died, 
1865. Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists {Exposition 
Universelle\ 1878. 

No. 192 — Landscape Page 73 

No. 196 — Landscape and Sheep 74 



30 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION, 



VAN ARTOIS Qacob), dec'd Brussels. 

Born at Brussels, 1613. Died, 1665. 

No. 97 — Landscape Page 52 

No. 98 — Landscape and Cattle 53 

VAN BEEST (A.)., dec'd ' New York. 

Served with distinction in the navies of Holland and Russia. 
Died, i860. 

No. 17 — Shipwreck Page 36 

VAN MARCKE (Emile) Paris. 

Born at Sevres, France. Pupil of Troyon. Medals, 1867 — 1S69 
— 1870. Legion of Honor, 1872. First Class Medal {Exposition 

Universelle), 1 878. 

No. 193 — Cow Page 73 

VAN SCHENDEL (Pierre), dec'd Brussels. 

Medals, 1844 — 1847 — 1855. Chevalier of the Order of Leopold of 
Belgium. 

No. ^2)— The Night Market Page 41 

VENNEMAN (Camille), dec'd Dusseldorf. 

No. 177 — The Smoker Page 70 

VERBOECKHOVEN (Eugene J.), dec'd Brussels. 

Born in Warneton (West Flanders), July 8, 1799. Medals at 
Paris, 1824— 1841 — 1855. Legion of Honor, 1845. Chevalier of 
the Orders of Leopold, St. Michael of Bavaria, and Christ of Portu- 
gal. Decoration of the Iron Cross, Member of the Royal Acade- 
mies of Belgium, Antwerp, and St. Petersburg. Died, 1881. 

No. 6^—Far7n- Yard Scene Page 46 

No. 105 — Cattle and Sheep 54 



IXDEX TO ARTISTS REPRESENTED. 31 

VERNON (Paul) Paris. 

Pupil of Diaz. 

No. 18 — La?idscape Page 36 

VITELLESCHI (Giuseppe) Milan. 

No. 171 — After the Quiet of Life Page 68 

WEIR (Prof. John F.), N. A New Haven, Conn. 

Born at West Point. 1841. Pupil of his father, Robert \V. Weir, 
N. A. Elected Member of the National Academy, New York, 
1866, and elected to the Directorship of the Yale School of Fine 
Arts (of Yale College, New Haven), 1869. In 1876 he was ap- 
pointed Judge of the Fine Arts at the Centennial Exposition at 
Philadelphia, and prepared the official report of the same. Mem- 
ber of the Artists' Fund Society. 

No. 63 — Roses Page 45 

WELDON (Charles D.) New York. 

Born in Ohio, 1853. Pupil of Walter Shirlaw, New York, and 
Munkacsy, Paris. First exhibited at National Academy of De- 
sign, 1883 

No. 184 — The Wedding Gown . . Page 7 1 

WHITTREDGE (Worthington), N. A New York. 

Born at Springfield, Ohio, 1820. First studied art in Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Studied in Paris, 1849, and afterward in Dusseldorf. under 
Andreas Achenbach and Lessing. Spent some time in Holland, 
studied in Belgium under Robbe, and for five years lived in Rome. 
First exhibited. National Academy, 1845. Elected National Acad- 
emician, 1S60. \Vas President of the National Academv. 1875— 
1S76. 

No. 82 — Pool in the Woods Page 49 



32 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

WILLIOT (P.) • Antwerp. 

No. 24 — The Rescue Page 38 

WOOD (T. W.), V. P. N. A New York. 

Born in Montpelier, 1S23, studied in Boston, New York, London, 
Paris, Florence, and Rome. First Exhibited, 1858, National Acad- 
emy of Design, New York. Elected A. N. A., 1869 ; N. A., 1S71. 
President of American Water Color Society from 1878 to the pres- 
ent time ; Vice-President of the National Academy since 1879. 
Member of the American Water Color Society, and of the New 
York Etching Club. Honorary Member of the British Society of 
Painter-etchers. 

No. d— Grandpa s Pet Page 34 

WYDERVELD (A.) New York. 

No. ^—Ho7ne of the Trout Page 34 

WYNANTS, dec'd Holland. 

No. 7 — View in Flanders. Page 34 

WYNGAERT (Constant Van den) Antwerp. 

Pupil of David Col. 
No. 176 — The Jmporta7it Question Page 70 

ZEEMANS (Paul) 

No. 104 — Scene on the Adriatic . Page 54 

ZOPPI (A.) 

No. 117 — Tage of XVIIth Cejitury Page 56 



CATALOGUE 



FIRST NIGHT'S SALE, 

Wednesday, February 9th, 1887, beginning at 7.30 o'clock. 

AT CHICKERING HALL. 

^ ^■^ Measurements given are in inches, the first figures indicating the 

height of canvas or panel. 

W.M.BROWN. 
On the Delaware River. 

10 X 14 



' /■ 



M. COSSMAi^ 
The Favorite Page. 

26 X 21 



L. DE KONIGH. 
Grandpa's Amusement. 

16 X 13 



LI 



.34 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



J. M. DAMSCHROEDER, 
Playii^g^ Checkers. 

26 X 31. Dated 1872. 

5 

H. DARGELAS. 

Snow SceneTrJ Holland. 

15 X II 



T. W. WOOD. 
Grandpa's Pet. 

10 X 7. Dated 1873 



7 
WYNANTS (deceased). 

View in Flanders. 

(Horses by Verboeckhoven.) 
15 X 13. Dated 1876 



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fO 



KJd 



8 

A. WYDERyELD. 
Home of the Yrout. i] > 

10 X 14 



a '/ -i 



FIRST NIGHT'S SALE. 35 

9 

A. F. TAIT, 

Raquette Lake, Adirondacks. 

20 X 30. Dated 1873 
10 

H. SCHLESINGER. 



2>^(^ /' Master's^ut. 



41 X 36. Dated 1859 



II 



12 



52x44 



^3/ 



Landscape, Sunset. 

8x 12 



u 



L J' Ti 



* MONTICELLL 

ThPweddihg^ Party. ^ "-^ 

18 X 24 



^ OSWALD ACHENBACf[. / 
^7"^ '?;§t'reet Scei^ in Naples. -^ y cr^j 





R. A. BLAKELOCK.^.,,,^ ^ 



// 



<^ ^ ^ ^' 



36 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

LAURENT DE BEUL (deceased). 

Sheep. //^ 

17 X 23. Dated 1872 



15 

CARL L. BRANDT. 



The Fortune Teller. 

12 X 16. Dated 18 



16 

COMPTE A. DE BYLANDT. 
Fishermen Preparing for Departure. 

12 xgi 



17 

A. VAN BEEST (deceased). 



18 
PAUL VERNON. 

Landscape. 

8^ X loi 



($■5 



Shipwreck. . - ^ 



n) 



S i^<^ 




NO. 45— PRAVEK— LEON I'EKKAL'LT. 



FIRST NIGHT'S SALE. 37 



19 

PH. PARROT LE COMTE. 
^ ^2 /^" Savant. ^"^^ 

24 X 19. Dated 1879 

I 
20 

F. KRAUS. 
ifif^ The Bather Surprised. ^jri 

36x25 



21 

L. G. E. ISABEY (deceased). '^ ^ 

^^ ^ . C. - y^en-a Seaport. ^"^ 

14 X 20 



22 

DAVID JOHNSON. 
^ ^ ^ View Near tjreenwiclf, Conn. ^ 

14 X 26. Dated 1878 



23 

GEORGE INNESS. 
Italian Landscape.^ 

12 X 18. Dated 1857 



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r-pi 



38 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

24 J) ^ ) O 

P. WILLIOT. 
The Rescue. 

22 X 40. Dated 1873 



A 



26 

PH. RUMPF. 
Winter Sports. 

28 X 40 Dated 1875 



27 

W. M. BROWN. 
Landscape. 

10 X 14 

28 ! (. 

W. BEAUOUESNE. 
Advance Guard at Karnova. 

22 X 18. Dated 1881 



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25 

F. STANICK. X 

Monk Asleep. ^ '^ ^ 

13 X 9i . Dated 1884 



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NO. 52 — SOPHIA — GEORGE H. HOUGHTON. 



FIRST NIGHT'S SALE. 



39 



29 
DAVID CQL,, 
The Disputed Game. 

jkx X 30. Dated 1874 



30 

KARL F. DEIKER. 
On the Alert 

28 X 42 



31 

VINCENT DE VOS. 
Dogs. 

13 X 18 

32 

M. F. H. DE HAAS. 
Marine. 

18 X 26 

F. A. F'RAUSTADT. 
Sir John Falstaff. 

22 X 29. Dated 1870 



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40 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



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34 
AUGUSTE HAGBORG. 
Waiting for Papa. 

32 X 24. Dated 1880 


J 





iflC. 



35 
J. G. MEYER VON BREMEN (deceased). 

The Proposal. ^ ^ ^1J 

7 X 63^. Dated 1883 



36 

GEORGES MICHEL (deceased). 
Landscape. 

10 X 14 



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r aToertel. 

The Young Bacchanalians. 

14 X loX- Dated 1858 

38 

« 

THEODORE ROUSSEAU (deceased). 
atn> 4 Ci ■■- ^j^^ treesln X^tumn. " 

From the Seney Collection. 



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NO. 86 — THE PREFERRED ONE (FRAGMENT) — C. DETTI. 



FIRST NlCnrS SALE. 



41 



39 

FREDERICK DIELMAN. 
'' M/ Own Puss." 



/:i^ 



40 

N. V. DIAZ (deceased). 
Love's Keturn. 



41 
JUL^ DtJPRfe. 
Twilight. 

13x14 



J 



yn 



^^ y 42 - 

pU— ^^-^ '^>v-* 

CHARLES MELVILLE DEWEY. 
The Parting Day. 

14 X 21 



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P. VAN SCHENDEL (deceased). 
The Night Market. 






/ cnn) 



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42 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

44 

A. F. TAIT. 
5^^^^^ Quail Shooting. ^ 

13 X 23. Dated 1873 



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45 
LEON PERRAULT. 
<po <!^ Prayer. -J 

21 X 18. Dated 1879 



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46 

EUGENE MEDARD. 
The Charge— Franco-Prussian War. 3 ^^ 

' " 30 X 38. Dated r88i 



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47 
HECTOR LE ROUX. 
Le Tibre. 

53 X 31 

48 
^ALFRED CUES. 

The Proposal. -^(^-O 

19 X 12 ;» 



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FII^ST NIGHT'S SALE. 



43 



49 /, 

JULIEN DUPRfi. 

Brittany Peasant Woman, Harvest Scene. 



rO 



50 

WILHELM KRAY. ^ 

The Swimming Lesson. 

58 X 43 



LEONID BURGES. 2l c- 

" Hide and Seek." 

26 X 32 

52 

GEORGE H. BOUGHTON. 
^^^ Sophia. ^-'^ ^-' 

21 X 14 

53 

JASPER F. CROPSEY. 

Conway Valley— Early Snow on Mount Wash- ^ 

ington. 

12 X 20. Dated 1874 



/^•o ^ ^ 



44 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



^"^ /To")"^' 



GUSTAVE COURBET (deceased). 

Storm off the Coast. -* 

t- 26 X 39 *■ 



y^ 



55 

F. CIPOLA. 
' / Dream of Roses.. 

' 44 X 32 

From the Milan Exposition, iSSi. 

56 

A: GRUEBER. ^ cO 

After the Christening. 

21 X 16 

57 

,f H.,HERZOG. 
^ t) The Mountain Torrent— Storm Approaching. 

39 X 53. Dated 1875 
58 

WILLIAM HART. 
Landscape and Cattle. 

35 X 70. Dated 1879 



A-^ 2^ 



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FIRST XIGHT'S SALE. 45 



59 

HENRY^PICOU. 

"Waiting for ?apk" /^ r) 



24 X 18. 


Dated 
60 


1872 


A. RAOUX. 


Flowers 


and 


Fruit. 


32 X 39. 


Dated 


1869 



i^ 



Ci 



61 /^.-^ ./ A -- >— ' 
DAVID JOHNSON. / /^J 

On the Unadilla. 

23 X 37. Dated 1884 



62 



CHARLES L. MULLER. 
Young Lady in the Costume bf the First Empire. 



27 X 22 



63 

PROF. JOHN F. WEIR. 
Roses. 

32 X 20. Dated 1884 



u ^ / ^ S'^ 



46 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



64 x^7^^' 

EUGfeNE J. VERBOECKHOVEN (deceased). 
C^^'^ '- Farn^ Yard Scene. '/./ ^ ^ ^ 

14^ X 21. Dated 1859 



65 

SCHONBERGER. 
Landscape. 

19 X 28 

66 

EDOUARD RICHTER. 

Oriental Woman. 

^-Y /"* 46x31. Dated 183 1 
67 

>E. STAMMEL. 
/-^ Paistaff. ^ 

16 X 13. Dated 1871 



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^ y ^ kfe- STAMMEL. ,^ 

Shylock. 
15x13 



FIRST NIGHTS SAIE. 



47 



69 

W. A. BOUGUEREAU. 
The Little Sufferer. 

38 X 25. Dated 1879 
70 

OSWALD ACHENBACH (deceased). 

^/xVind Storm near Rome. ^^^ 

^^[^ 41 X 60 



71 

ANTONIO CISERI. 
Joseph Sold by his Brethren. 

55 X 74 

ANTONIO CISERI. A 
Joseph's Coat of Many Colgrs 

(Brought to Jacob, his Father). 
55x74 



6^v ^^, ^ ^< 

'karel ooms. 

Flemish Pirates. 

41 X 73. Dated 1872 
From the Brussels Exposition, 1372. 



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SECOND NIGHT'S SALE, 

Thursday, February loth, 1886, beginning at 7.30 o'clock. 
AT CHICKERING HALL. 



74 
n ^ENRI DARGELAS. 



1 P 

Children Playing. 

22 X 18. Dated 1880 



75 
EUGfeNE B. FICHEL. 

The Coin C^llectorr 2^ c/O 



12 X 10. Dated 1863 


76 


PAUL GROLLERON, 


""The Picket Guard. 


13 X 9^ 


77 ) 


GEORGE H..HALL, 


Fruit. 


25 X 30. Dated 1857 



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j T,U 



1 




NO. 136- -MID-DAY KEST — EDWIN DOUGLAS. 



SECOND NIGHTS SALE. 49 

GEORGE INNESS. 

Landscape. ^~^j 

16 X 24. Dated 1867 

79 
A. LAUPHEIMER. .^ 

Not at all Pleased. 

14x9 



80 ^ 



G. LAUGEE. ' 
Brittany Peasant Woman. 

32 X 25. Dated 1870 
81 

GEORGES MICHEL (deceased). 
/7 •' * Arctic*^Scene. ^ 



20i X 25 



WHIT 



82 

WORTHINGTON WHITTREDGE. 
Pool in the Woods. 

34x28 



vZ/c) 



f^J 



X 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



83 

R. A. BLAKELOCK. 
Indian Camp. 



The Preferred One. 

22 X 26. Dated 1882 



1 7^ 
/6^ 



84 

IL BORGOGNONE. /J 

Battle Scene. 

23x31 

85 

FREDERICK E. CHURCH. 
Evening in New England. / c^z^nJ^ 

26 X 40. Dated 1852 



86 

C^SAR DETTI. ^c^^ 



' R. FACCIOLA. 
Laugh and Smile. I ^ O 

32 X 25 
From the Milan Exposition, 1881. 



-/^ '^ ^ 



SECOND NIGHT'S SALE. 



88 
L. G. E. ISABEY (deceased) 
Oriental Scene. 



13 X la 
From the Seney Collection, 



89 

DAVID JOHNSON. 
Sunny Afternoon. 

12^ X 18. Dated 1883 



90 

MONTICELLI (deceased). 
Picnic Party. \ 

24 X 30 



91 

KAREL OOMS. 
Paul and Virginia. 

44 X 33. Dated 1872 
92 

F. RIBOT. , 
Mending his Pen. 



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52 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



2>C^o 



93 6^;^ 



PHILLIP SPORRE^. 



The Escape 

32 X 25. Dated 1863 



94 l/lr^L. 
GEORGE H. sfORY. ^ ^^ 



The Winning Hand. 

20 X 30. Dated 1882 



95 

ENRIQUE SERRA. 

Orange Dance. S S~i> 

10 X 18. Dated 1881 ' 



96 

A. F. TAIT. 

Deer. ^J^ 

10 X 14. Dated 1873 



97 
JACOB VAN ARTOIS (deceased). 

Landscape. 

II X 14 



7^ 








NO. 161 — THE JUUGMKNT OV I'AUIS (fUAGMENT) — I'ETEK I'AUL KUUENS. 



SECOND NIGHT'S SALE. 



53 



98 

JACOB VAN ARTOIS (deceased). ^ 



Lanascape and Cattle. ' 

II X 14 

99 

CARL OTTO BRAUN. , . -j/ 

Offended. ^^\,^U^ ^ 2.J 

37 X 41. Dated 1881 



100 

CARL BECKER. 

^* / Awaiting an Audience. 

38x51 



LEON-Y-ESCOSURA. 
Abdication of the King. 

39 X 53. Dated 1881 



102 

FREDERICK W. FREER. 
Choosing a Study. 

s 

46 X 27. Dated 1882 



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54 ^'^^ GRAVES COLLECTION. 



103 . ., u f\ :» 



. PROF. B. GUILIANO. 

3/y . ..- 

" Love Me, Love Me Not." /j-t 

43 X 31. Dated 1872 



104 

PAUL ZEEMANS. 

^^Scene on the Adriatic. 

31x52 



105 



f^ 



EUGENE J VERBOECKHOVEN (deceased). 

Cattle and Sheeo. ^ / J""^ 



Cattle and Sheep. 

17 X 26 

106 

E. TIMMERMANS. 

Moonlight— Marine. 

30 X 50 

107 
CARL L. BRANDT. 

Resignation. 

(Black and White.) 

50 X 28 



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NO. 164 ENJOYMENT — DAVID TENIEKS fXHE VOUNGER/ 



SECOND NIGHT'S SALE. 55 



108 

NAPOLEON SARONY. 
Sea Nymph. 

(Crayon Drawing.) 
24x32 



109 

JAN STEEN (deceased). 

// .. -^ . /.. c- 1'^- 

The Carousal. ., 



JAN STEEN (deceased). / ^^^ 

Companion to Above. 

29 X 38 

III 

L. STEFFANI. 

Marine. / ^ 

16 X 27 
From Milan Exposition, 1881. 



Hh^ 



112 

F. 'STANICK. \ ^ 



An Interesting Game. 

12^ X 16. Dated 1884 



2. 



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56 THE GRAVES COLLECTION 



113 y^'^ ' 

M. F. H. D£ HAAS. 

On the New Englanti' Coast— Moonlight. 7^ 

32x39 



114 
F. DOYEN. ^ 



/ ^ The Spinner 

46 X 36. Dated 1870 



115 



J. G. BROWN. . 
^ My Grandma. / ^ 

26 X 31. Dated 1882 
116 

VICTOR BACHEREAU. , ,.-0 

Soldiers of Loujfe iCIIL in one of the Halls of the 
Tuileries. 

23 X 29 



117 

A. ZOPPI. 
Page of XVnth Century. 

49 X 32. Dated 1881 
From the Milan Exposition, 1881. 



{^0 




NO. 162 — MARTYRDOM OF ST. AGATHA— Cil'IDO RENI. 



SECOND NIGHT'S SALE. 



57 



ii8 
W. L. PICKNELL. 
y C/ Getting Under Way. ' ^.^V 



^ /34 X 45. Dated 



119 

GEORGES MICHEL (deceased). 
Entrance to the Forest of Fontainebleau. 

18 X 23 



120 

H. HUMPHREY MOORE. 
The Blind Singer. 

65 X 49. Dated 1871 
121 

HUGHES MERLE. 
Nursery Tales. 

46 X 30 

122 / /^ 

^ ^ CHARLES EMILE "jACQUE. 

Sheep at Pasture. 

16 X 26. Dated 1866 



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21 / ^ 



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58 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



123 


r^ a / V (> 


DAVID JOHNSON. 




Sunset on the Walkill River. 


^.0 


12 X 16. Dated 1879 





124 

J. G. MEYER VON BREMEN. 
? i^ Gathering Flowers. 

23 X 16. Dated 1882 



/Jen) 



r 



125 



J. D. HUIBERS. 
Prayer Before Breakfast. 

34 X 47. Dated 1872 
126 

W. M. BROWN. 
Fruit. 

20 X 16 



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7^ 



127 

PROF. EUGENE CARRIERIE. 
Waiting Maid. 

32 X 18 



6c^ 




NO. 163 — THE MARKEI' WDMAN — IAN" STEE> 



S ECO AD NIGHTS SALE. 



59 



128 

ORESTE CORTAZZO. 

Matching^ tHe Tint. 

igi X 14 



129 

VINCENT DE VOS. 
Strolling Players. 

33 X 42. Dated 1859 

TORINO DELLEANI. . 

Driving Hortie the Flock^ 

45x60 ^ 



/ I 



131 

W. A. BOUGUEREAU. 

(/\J ^ - Cupid Disarmed. 

51 X 38. Dated i88i 

132 

BENJAMIN CONSTANT. 
Portico of the Alhambra. 

52 X 36. Dated 1874 



2. ^s^U 



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60 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



JULES A. P. DE GRAVE. 
Une Glasse Communale. 

34x50 

134 



/(Tin) 



^ E. GRUTZNER. 

' '^Monk in' Wine Cellar. ^ "^^^ 

14 X II 

CHARLES E. TOWNSEND. 
Monarch of the Jungle. 

30 X 25. Dated 1875 



CD 



I EDWIN DOUGLAS. 
Mid-day Rest. 

58 X 40 



137 



Jl:/J 



J 



_ EDOUARD DUBUFE. 

^ T>i*» rirraccian .c;1pvp O (T^ 



The Circassian Slave. 

49x59 



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SECOXD NIGHT'S SALE. 6 1 

138 , i / 

UNKNOWN. " ^, 

Flowers. 

33x48 



139 

ALBERT BIERSTADT. -J 

j~^ Sierra Nevada— Morning. f 2^ ^^ 

55 X 84. Dated 1879 



THIRD NIGHT'S SALE, 

Friday, February nth, i886, at 7.30 o'clock. 
AT CHICKERING HALL. 

140 

WILHELM AMBERG. 
Courtship. 

32 X 24 

141 

GEORGE H. BOUGHTON. 



The Widow's Garden. 

10x14 1 




142 




JULIUS ADAM. 




Pussy's Family. 


7 


5x7. Dated 1883 


^r 


143 




GEORGE CLARE. 




Strawberries and Apples. 


'■1 " 



^V' 




NO. 172— BAPTISM OF THE PKINCE OF CONDE (FRAGMENT)— A. LESREL. 



THIRD NIGHT'S SALE. 63 

144 

GEORGE CLARE. 
Raspberries and Plums. 

10 X 14 



x6.5 



148 

fiDOUARD FRfeRE. 

The Sentinel. / 

10 X 8. Dated 1859 
From the Whitney Collection. 



f^ 



145 

FREDERICK A. BRIDGMAN. 



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Oriental Girl. 

14 X II. Dated 1878 
146 

CESAR DETTI. 
Court Jesra\ / uxi 

(Water Color.) (y^ ' 

9x5)^. Dated 1881 



LEON-Y-ESCOSURA. 
Study of a NuWan Girl. ^ 



^K-^ 



M1J 



/ e>6^- 



64 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



149 




LEO HERRMANN. 


Les Incroyables. 

16 X 12. Dated 1883 

W 




\ 




E. L. HENRY. 
Playing Croquet. 




II X 14. Dated 1873 


1C~ 


151 




A. LAUPHEIMER. 
Having* hi^ Hair Cut. 


1 fC"- 


12x8 


1 ' *^ 


R. A. BLAKELOCK. 


L c/x) 


Landscape. 


)^G. 



12 X 17 



153 

f. N. V. DIAZ (deceased). 

View Near Fontainebleau. <^ ^ 



II X 14 



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THIRD NIGHT'S SALE. 



65 



ANDREAS ACHENBACH. 



ao'^o^ 





Storm at Sea. 


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/(P. 


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{ 23 X 32. Dated 1877 

155. 2 ^ w 
E. BIDAN. 
Flowers and Fruit. 


'^' ■ '' 


7 


V^' 




56 X 45. Dated 1867 ^^^^l-r^ j 








156 










UNKNOWN.. 








Martin Behem, First bfscoverer 


of America. 


■-'j 





32x25 



157 

D. DALENS (deceased). 
Rebecca at the Well. 

26 X 30 



3 .; 



158 

RAPHAELLE PEALE, 
Fruit. 



I2i X 18 



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66 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



Mi>'i- 



JACOB RUYSDAEL (deceased). / -7 ,- 

Marine, Storm at Sea. ^ 7 f 

i8x 2S 

i6o 

PETER PAUL RUBENS (deceased). 
Diana and Nymphs. 

(Painted on Copper.) . t Cl ^^ 

26 X 34 



161 

PETER £AyL RUBENS. 

The Judgment of^ Paris. ^-^^^ 

(Painted on Copper.) Z"" *! iT^ 

26 X 34 
Companion to No. i6o. 

*' These two paintings were taken from tiie Palace at Madrid, by 
Joseph Bonaparte, when King of Spain, and brought by him to this 
country. 

" In Pilkington's and Spooner's Histories of Painters, these twopaiiit- 
ings are enumerated with others as having been painted by Rubens, when 
Ambassador from the Archduchess Isabelhi to Madrid, for Philip IV., 
King of Spain. 

" The paintings are undoubtedly originals, as it is not to be supposed 
that Joseph Bonaparte would have taken copies, when he had the option 
of selecting originals from the Royal Gallery " 

(Extract from letter accompanying bill of sale to the late owner.) 



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NO. 179 — " ANTICirAIION — ANTONIO CASANOVA. 




NO. l8o — "DOUI5T — ANTONIO CASANOVA. 



THIRD NIGHT'S SALE. 6^ 



162 



165 

UNKNOWN. 
Flower Composition. 
35x25 



26 X 39 



j^<j^%d- 



GUI DO R^NI (deceased). 
Martyrdom of ^t. 'Agatha. ~' " 

20 X 16 / 



JAN STEEN (deceased). j j-i 

The Market Woman. Z/A6^ 

45x33 



^64 ^ ,.. 
DAVID TENIERS (the Younger). 
Enjoyment. 

6x5i 



/V6^ 



^ . 



/^ 



THEODORE ROUSSEAU (deceased). ^/t^ 

Sunset at D'Arbonne. JT I Oti 



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68 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



167 

C^SAR DETTI. 
The Convaiescent^>^ 

12 X 16. Dated 1881 


/ DUJ 


168 




JULES DUPRE. J 




Landscape and CottageS; 

16x23 -^.^t 


/a. - 


169 




LEON-Y-ESCOSURA. 
7 *^Mornin^ Visit. 

46 X 20. Dated 1878 




170 




P. DE GRANDCHAMPS. 


.?oa^ 


The Necklace. , 


vr^- 



31x25 



Giuseppe viTtLLESCHL 

"^ After the Quiet of Life. ^^ ^ 

I GO- 



From Milan Exposition, 1881. 







NO. 183 — VENUS — N. V. DIAZ, 



THIRD NIGHT'S SALE. 



69 



^ 



172 

A. LESREL. 
Baptism of the Prince of Conde. 

34 X 48 



IH^^O 



Uo 



(Extract from a letter of M. A. Lesrel, in'felation to the above painting.) It '7]^"^ 

" Louis II. of Bourbon, Prince of Coiide, surnamed the Great, was 
born in 1721. The Cardinal Richelieu honored with his presence the 
feast given on account of the birth of Condt^, who later married Miss de 
Maille, a niece of the Cardinal. 

" For the construction of the hall in which is given the entertainment 
for the birth of Conde, I used the staircase of the celebrated Castle 0/ 
Blois. All the accessories decorating the hall are copied from docu- 
ments of the time, all in my collection, and bought specially for this 
picture." 



V. L. ROCKLER. 
Bar Maid. 

19 X 15. Dated 1770 



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f to 



174 

MORSTON REAM. 
Fruit. 

12 X 15. Dated 1883 






175 

LOUIS MOELLER. 
In the Studio.*^ ' 



15X n 



((fb 






70 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



C. VAN DEN WYNGAERT. 

The Important Question. , r-_ 

10 X 8. Dated 1873 



CAMILLE VENNEMAN (deceased). 

r 

The Smoker. TO 



tiX9 



178 

HORACE W. ROBBINS. 
Twilight in the Mountains. 

24 X 36. Dated 1883 



179 

ANTONIO CASANOVA. 



16 X 12. Dated 1882 



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IT-O 



"Anticipation."/ 

i6 X 12. Dated 1882 ) "J 'Q^^ " 



180 . : "/: 

ANTONIO CA^NOVA. ^ ry .-^ 

" Doubt." 1^ 2,6 



^ 3^^ 

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THIRD NIGHT'S SALE. yi 



i8i 
C^SAR DETTI. 

Wine Brings Out the Truth. 

5x8. Dated 1881 
182 






GEORGE INNESS. / . ^ 

Sunset. <3^7r0 - 

i6i X 24. Dated 1883 

N. V. DIAZ (deceased). 

Venus. Cf 

16 X i2>^. Dated 1872 

^ ^j84^ ^ , -\} o5^^' 
CHARLE^'D. WELDON. ^j 

The Wedding Gown. ^ ^'^ ' 

27 X 40. Dated 1884 

DA^ID JOHNSON. 

Sweet day! so cool, so calm, so bright, (^ ^ 

The bridal of the earth and sky ; "7 ^^ — 

The dews shall weep thy fall to-night, 
For thou must die." 

ro X 143^ Dated 1883 



2^/ ^i 

•2^ -a- 6/(? 



72 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



i86 



~^l^^l^^ 



J. G. MEYER VON BREMEN (deceased). 



^ Too Hbt. 3 


/J<ro 


12 X 8. Dated i88o 


/r-^-- 


187 




C. F. DAUBIGNY (deceased). 




Landscape 




(With Pool and Storks in the foreground). 
'^ - i6 X 27. Dated 1877 


^S^in? 


From the Seney Collection. 


'■■ 


188 




^. ^ G. INDUNO. 
The Conscript's Departure. 

38 X 55. Dated 1882 


Ccro 



189 

GEORGES MICHEL (deceased). 
Landscape— N^ar /Mxintmartre. 

48 X 63 






190 
F. STANICK. 
Wine Taster. 



vi)^ X 10 






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rO<) HOT — MKVKK \ON l!UEME^ 



THIRD NIGHT'S SALE. 


n 

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191 


e? ^ ^^ 


NAPOLEON SARONY. 




Sea Nymph. 


//^ 


(Crayon Drawing.) 


(^0 



20 X 31 



192 



CONSTANTINE TROYON (deceased). _ 

•^n; Landscape. Ct^ v > v dt^P^ 



2TX 30 



fiMILE VAN MARCKE 
Cow. ^ 



20 X 28 I 



194 

J. B. HOFNER. 
Sheep at Rest. 

35 X 70. Dated 188 1 

J. B. C. COROT (deceased). 
Landscape and Figures. 

26 X 30. Dated 1852 



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74 



THE GRA VES COLLECTION, 









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196 








CpNSTANTINE TROYON (deceased). 
/ Landscape and Sheep. ^ 






197 






ADOLPHE SCHREYER. 
^ ' 1 Gypsy Encampment. 

58 X 48 

Painted for the Empress Eugenie. 






^ 198 








CHARLES EMILE JACQUE. j 

The s\iejphefdess. ^ ^^'^ 

^J S.... Dated.. 'HirO- 






199 


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W. A. BOUGUEREAU. 
Le Jour. 


s-srp- 






83 X 44. Dated 1884 


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111 


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SALE MONDAY AFTERNOON, 

February 14th, beginning at 2.30 o'clock. 
AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES. 



JAPANESE CERAMICS. 

200 Tea Jar, Kioto porcelain, decorated with figures of 
showman, performing monkey, etc., in bright colors 
and gold. Height and diameter, 6x7 inches. 

20T Perfume Burner, modern Satsuma ware, in medallions 
are painted figures of Daimios, etc., other portions 
ornamented with flowers, arabesque, and other de- 
signs in bright enamels and gold. Dog Foo in relief 
on cover. Height and diameter, 7x3^ inches. 

202 Pair Small Vases, modern Satsuma ware, decoration, 

figures of Chinese children at play, diaper and other 
designs in brilliant enamels. Height, 5 inches 

2 pieces 

203 Perfume Burner, modern Satsuma faience, decorated 

with birds, flowers, and other designs, exquisitely 
painted in delicate colors. 

204 Tall Teapot, cloisonne enamel on Owari porcelain, 

medallion and other designs on turquoise blue 
ground. 



J^ THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

205 Jar Shaped Vase, modern Satsuma faience, fine text- 

ure, ornamentation of figure of Japanese, rain 
dragon, etc., painted in gold and colors. Height 
and diameter, 5-^ x 4^ inches. 

206 Plate, Kioto porcelain, decorated in bright colors, 

subject of decoration, " Shoki preparing to decapi- 
tate demons of war." Mounted in plush frame. 

207 Pair Vases, modern Satsuma faience, ovoid shape, 

ornamentation of Japanese ceremonial scenes, 
diaper patterns, etc., in embossed gold and brilliant 
colors. Height and diameter, 7I X44 inches. 

2 pieces 

208 Pair Temple Jars, Imari porcelain, decorated with 

blue beneath glaze, and bright colors and gold ap- 
plied over glaze. Dog Foo surmounting covers. 
Height and diameter, 21 x 12 inches. 2 pieces 

209 Large Plaque, Satsuma faience, artistically decorated 

with figures of deity, priests, etc., in finely combined 
colors relieved by gold. Diameter, 15 inches, 
mounted in plush frame. 

210 Large Plaque, Imari porcelain, finely decorated in 

brilliant colors, and gold over and beneath glaze. 
Interesting shape, old specimen. Diameter, 16 
inches. 

211 Pair Large Vases, Satsuma faience, tall ovoid shape, 

with ring handles, decorations of a thoroughly artis- 
tic order, figures of deities, priests, Buddha and her 
court, ceremonial processions, etc. Painted in finely 
combined colors, relieved by gold. Very fine text- 
ure. Height and diameter, 32x12 inches. 2 pieces 



CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMELS. jy 

2 12 Pair Very Large Vases, Arita porcelain, tall cylin- 
drical shape, with bulging bodies and scalloped tops, 
decorated in finely combined bright colors, figures 
of warriors, foliage, flowers, etc., dragon in bold 
relief, encircling each vase. Height and diameter, 
44 X 15 inches. 2 pieces 

213 Incense Burner, square shape on slender legs, Kioto 

porcelain, fine Kaga decoration, flowers and land- 
scape views in medallion, crimson glaze, with applied 
gold crests. 

214 Vase, tall, hexagonal shape, modern Satsuma faience, 

beautifully decorated with finely blended bright col- 
ors and gold, birds, flowers, crests, figures, etc. 
Height, 9 inches. 

215 Vase, Shirato porcelain, straight ovoid shape, with 

sunken panels and raised ornaments on corners, 
decorated with finest blue beneath glaze, waterfall, 
landscape, and other designs, exceedingly fine text- 
ure. Height and diameter, 13 x 6 inches. 

216 Sweet Jar, with Cover, Shirato porcelain, pure white 

texture, decorated with figures of Japanese noble- 
man, children, etc., in delicate blue beneath glaze. 
Height and diameter, 7x8 inches. 



CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMELS. 

217 Pair Vases, ovoid shape, with gilt-bronze handles and 
mountings, fine light blue enamel ground, with de- 
signs of flowers and butterflies in natural colors. 
Height and diameter, i2h x 11 inches. 2 pieces 



^8 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



218 Incense Burner, globular shape, on tripod support, 

finely wrought bronze, gold gilt, incrusted with tur- 
quoise, dark blue, and jade green enamels, lizard 
handles, open-work cover. Height and diameter, 
ii4^ X 8^ inches. 

219 Large Vase, oviform shape, with spreading neck and 

base, bold floral designs in fine old colors, on light 
blue ground. Ming period. Height and diameter, 
including carved stand, 18 x 14 inches. 

220 Fire Bowl, Keen-lung period, floral designs in red, 

yellow, pink, and other colors, turquoise blue ground, 
engraved gold seal mark, has carved stand. Height 
and diameter, 3^ x 4 inches. 

JAPANESE CLOISONNE ENAMELS. 

221 Large Vase, cloisonne art on bronze, fine turquoise 

blue ground, with hunting scene, floral designs, 
birds, etc., in finely combined colors. Choice ex- 
ample by Goto. Height and diameter, 13 x 6| 
inches. 

222 Vase, cylindrical shape, on gilt bamboo feet, deep 

black enamel ground with floral design, butterflies, 
etc., in finely combined colors, mosaic design around 
neck, on dark green ground. Height and diameter, 
12x6^ inches, 

223 Plaque, in center medallion of turquoise blue, figure 

of Japanese warrior in full suit of armor. \\\ four 
other medallions around border insects and shells, on 
black ground. Surrounding are minute mosaic de- 
signs. Diameter, 12 inches. 



SPECIMEXS OF JADE. yg 

224 Large Vase, tall cylindrical shape, turquoise blue 

enamel ground, with chrysanthemum flowers and but- 
terflies in natural colors, artistically executed. On 
bands running around top and bottom are dragons 
and fishes in fine colors, on black ground. Height 
and diameter, 17 x io4^ inches. 

225 Garden Lantern, Shippo or cloisonne art on cop- 

per, mosaic and other designs, in fine old colors. 
Height, 56 inches. Old specimen. 

SPECIMENS JADE STONE, FINELY CARVED. 

226 Small Cup, white, with slight brown streaks. 

227 Bowl, gray-white texture. 

228 Shallow Bowl, semi-egg-shell texture, white in color, 

with green and brown shadings, outer surface finely 
incised. 

229 Bowl, bluish white, highly polished surface, engraved 

band and raised ornaments. 

230 Sacrificial Cup, gray-white texture mottled with 

black, engraved ornamentation. 

231 Fire Bowl, heavy texture, yellow, with gray spot. 

232 Teapot, pure white, finely carved and highly polished, 

graceful shape. Height and diameter, 6x4 inches. 
Has neat stand. 

233 Vase, flat beaker shape, steel blue color, ornamenta- 

tion of lizards, bats, etc., cut in high relief. Height, 
6 inches. Has carved teak-wood stand. 



8o THE GRA VES COLLECTION. 



234 Small Specimens of Jaue, ring shape, white, with 

emerald green spots. 2 pieces 

235 Buttons, green in color, taken from a mandarin's 

robe. 5 pieces 

236 Large Shallow Bowl, egg-shell texture, brownish 

white color, inner surface finely engraved, floral de- 
signs, crest, etc. Diameter, 7 inches. 

237 Small Vase, gourd shape, white, shading into light 

green, carved relief ornamentation. Height, with 
carved stand, 5 inches. 

238 Ornament, figure of Chinese boy with fruit, white 

texture. Height, with carved stand, 4 inches. 

239 Cylindrical Vase, heavy texture, green and white 

color. Height and diameter, 4^^ x 3 inches. 

240 Vase, flat jar shape, with cover, figures of Chinese 

boys for handles, surface finely incised with lotus 
designs, bluish white in color. Height, including 
carved stand, 9 inches. 

24 1 Small Vase, with tube handles at neck, ornamentation 

carved in relief, bamboo, floral, and other designs, 
white texture shading into light blue. Height, 4^ 
inches. 

242 Ornamental Piece, design of vase, covered jar, bam- 

boo branches, plum-tree in blossom, etc., fine green 
color, bold carving. 6.; x 7.' inches, including 
carved teak-wood stand. 



SPECIMENS OF JADE. %\ 



243 Small Vase, bluish white color, heavy texture, carved 

ornamentation. Height, including stand, 5 inches. 

244 Figure of Kylin in reclining position, boldly carved, 

bluish white color, has very fine stand. Height and 
diameter, 60 x 5 inches. 

245 Large Vase, flat beaker shape, fine dark green color, 

with veins of lighter shade, finely carved relief, 
and other ornamentation. Height and diameter, 
9 X 44^ inches. 

246 Vase, design of pomegranate, finely carved and polished, 

greenish white texture. Height, including carved 
stand, 6 inches. 

247 Libation Cup, white texture, figure of boy, branches 

and blossoms finely carved in relief. 4^^ x 3 inches. 

248 Bowl and Cover, intricate open-work design, finely 

carved, ring handles, brownish white texture. Height 
and diameter, 7x5 inches. 

249 Small Vase, cylindrical shape, white texture, outer 

surface incised, has teak stand and open-work cover. 
Height and diameter, 3^^ x 2^ inches. 

250 Bottle-Shape Vase, greenish white texture, fine open- 

work carving. Height, with fine stand, 5^ inches. 

251 Small Box, with cover, similar design as above Vase. 

Diameter, 3^ inches, has stand. 

252 Tea Jar and Cover, square shape, heavy white text- 

ure, ornamentation of floral designs carved in relief. 
Height and diameter, including fine stand, 4^ x 3^ 
inches. 
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253 Jade Perfume Jar, circular shape, greenish white text- 

ure, lizards carved in high relief encircling Jar, has 
finely carved stand. Height and diameter of all, 
6x4 inches. 

254 Large Vase, design of carp fish, boldly carved, dark 

green, heavy texture. Height and diameter, 8x6 
inches. 

255 Small Tablet, circular form, emblematical designs 

carved and in open-work, mountings and stand of 
carved teak wood. 

256 Covered Vase, greenish white color, fmely carved 

relief ornamentation of lizards, etc., handles at neck. 
Height and diameter, including carved stand, 7 x 34 
inches. 

257 Vase, semi-egg-shell texture, white in color, scroll and 

floral designs for handles, incised and jeweled orna- 
mentation, has finely carved teak-wood stand. 7^x4 
inches. 

258 Vase, low form, with bold open-work handles, incised 

and jeweled ornamentation similar to the above 
described Vase. Height and diameter, including 
stand, 6x4 inches. 

259 Covered Box, oblong shape, semi-egg-shell texture, 

greenish white color, finely engraved ornamentation 
of floral designs. ^\ inches long, has carved teak- 
wood stand. 

260 Open-Work Vase, fungus design, gray white color, 

heavy texture. Height and diameter, including 
carved stand, 6^^ x 4 inches. 




NO. 197 — GYPSY ENCAMl'MKNT — AUOLPH SCHKEYKR. 



SPECIMEXS OF JADE AND AGATE. 83 

261 Jade Ornamental Piece, group of three Vases, in 

form of stumps of trees, branches, blossoms, and other 
designs carved in rehef, dark green color. Height 
and diameter, including carved stand, 7^ x 5^ inches. 

262 Flat Circular Shape Box, with cover, fine green 

texture, ornamentation carved in relief, and of open- 
work design. Height and diameter, 6J x 2 inches, 
has high teak-wood stand. 



AGATE. 

263 Small Cup, light pink color. 

264 Cup and Saucer, smoky white texture, with moss 

and other effects. 

265 Small Cup, with carved handle, yellow veins. 

266 Jewel Tray, fine in color. 

267 Another, circular form. 

268 Small Cup, with two handles. 

269 Cup and Saucer, milky white color with moss effects. 

270 Tray, oval shape, fine in color. 

271 Libation Cup, with lizard handle, fungus and other 

designs carved in bold relief, has carved teak-wood 
stand. 

272 Small Cornelian Vase, red and white color, fungus 

design, has neat stand. 



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273 Large Double Vase, of Cornelian, design of two 

tree stumps, ornamentation carved in bold relief. 
Height and diameter, including stand, 74^ x 6 inches. 

ROCK CRYSTAL. 

274 Figure of Buddha, white color with slight clouding. 

Height and diameter, including stand, 8x4 inches. 

275 Ink-Stand, design of persimmon fruit, smoky text- 

ure, relief ornamentation, has teak-wood stand. 

276 Ornamental Piece, two peaches, clear white texture. 

277 Small Skull, clear texture. 

278 Ball, true in shape and fine color. Diameter, 4^ 

inches ; has finely wrought bronze stand, three 
storks. 

279 Another, smaller, pure texture. Diameter, 3^ 

inches, has very fine carved wood stand. 

280 Another, much smaller, pure texture. 

281 Rabbit, in carved amethyst. 

FINE LACQUERS, 

OLD AND MODERN SPECIMENS. 

282 Small Perfume Box, drum shape. 

283 Another, has been used as netsuke, gold lac, 

cover incrusted with gold. 




NO. 198 THE SHKl'HEKDKSS — CHARLES E. JACCJIE. 



JAPANESE LACQUERS, 85 

284 Perfume Box, circular shape, black lac, ornamented 

with grasses in gold and red, silver studs. 

285 Perfume Box, pure gold lac, three compartments, 

interior exquisitely ornamented with ferns in gold 
lac on black ground. 

286 Perfume Burner, Avanturine lac, ornamentation of 

pine-tree, blossoms, etc., in gold lac and in low 
relief. 

287 Dispatch Box, Avanturine ground, with rain dragon 

in appliqu/, in gold, bronze, and other lac. 

288 Perfume Box, choice red lac, medallion of lotus 

flowers, detached leaves and butterflies surrounding, 
in gold, black, and other lac. 

289 Box, peach shape, Avanturine and vermilion lac, 

branches in relief in gold lac, interior of Avanturine 
lac with blossoms in gold. 

290 Box, black lac, lotus and other designs in applied 

gold, Avanturine lac inside. 

291 Perfume Burner, Avanturine ground, grasses, blos- 

soms, etc., in gold lac, gilt, metal lined. 

292 Box, shape of Japanese hut, pure gold lac, fine work- 

manship, pearl and ivory birds in relief, interior of 
Avanturine lac, ornamented with numerous birds in 
flight in gold lac. 

293 Small Box, black lac, chrysanthemum flowers deli- 

cately penciled in gold. 



86 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



294 Dispatch Box, finest black lac, artistic decoration of 

chrysanthemum flowers in gold lac. 

295 Perfume Box, with small tray inside, pure gold lac, 

ornamentation of pine-tree, bamboo branches and 
Tycoon's crest, choice quality. 

296 Superb Box, boat shape, pure gold lac of fine quality, 

delicately executed ornamentation on cover, repre- 
senting Japanese ship of treasure. 

297 Sectional Box, lozenge shape, has two compartments 

and tray, very fine relief ornamentation in pure gold 
lac, hut scenes, flowers, distant mountains, etc., dec- 
oration on tray, two bundles of fagots and axe. 

298 Box, gold lac, shape of persimmon, relief ornamenta- 

tion. 

299 Perfume Burner, metal lined, Avanturine ground, 

with ornamentation of grape-vine in bearing in gold 
and colored lac. 

300 Large Box, double square shape, Avanturine lac, 

exquisitely ornamented with landscape, mountain 
scenery, etc., in gold lac. 

301 Box, square shape, gold lac with applied ornamenta- 

tion of chrysanthemum flowers. 

302 Box, flat circular shape, black lac with gold-dust 

effect, interior exquisitely ornamented with mountain 
scenery, maple-trees, birds, etc., in gold and other 
lacs. 

303 Oblong Box, gold lac, delicate decoration of grasses 

and foliage, bronze figures in relief, interior of Avan- 
turine lac. 




NO. 199 — LE JOUR — W. A. liOUGUEREAU. 



JAPANESE LACQUERS. 8/ 

304 Shell Shape Box, pure gold lac of choice quality, 

exquisitely ornamented with figures, landscape scenes, 
maple leaves, etc. Tray inside decorated with water 
scene and rocks in gold and silver lac, interior Avan- 
turine ground with incrusted gold. 

305 Manuscript Box, oblong shape, black and gold lac, 

applied ornamentation of plum-tree in blossom, 
hawk, mountain scenery, flowers, etc., in gold and 
other lacquers, inside of cover ornamented with 
flowers, quail, etc., in gold lac. 

306 Box, low circular shape, black lac, interior decorated 

with flowers and blossoms in gold lac, exquisitely 
executed. 

307 Pair Small Trays, on pedestals, vermilion lac, in- 

crusted ornamentation of fish, etc. 2 pieces 

308 Square Flat Box, black lac, delicately penciled or- 

namentation of frog on lotus leaf, text, etc., in gold 
lac. 

309 Superb Daimio Box, oblong shape, with tray inside, 

exquisite and elaborate ornamentation of diaper and 
other designs in imitation of brocade fabric, exe- 
cuted in gold and other lacs, interior of Avanturine 
lac. Tray ornamented with chrysanthemum flowers 
and other designs in gold lac, has fabric covering 
and black lacquer case. 

310 Writing Case, Avanturine lac, with designs of peony 

and other flowers, hut scenes, landscape, etc., in gold 
lac applied in relief. 



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2,11 Writing Case, black lac, ornamentation of figures, 
water scene, red sun, birds, etc., in gold and other 
lacquers. 

312 Another, black lac, decorated with gold lac 

applied in low relief, pine-tree, plum-tree in blossom, 
crest, etc., inside of cover peony flowers on powdered 
gold ground. 

313 Another, black and gold lac, ornamented with 

fan medallion and grape-vine in gold lac, applied 
in low relief, inside of cover decorated with fisher- 
man, huts, water scene, flying birds, etc., in gold lac. 

314 Small Tray, Chinese black lac, incrusted designs in 
mother-of-pearl and precious metals. 

JAPANESE IVORY CARVINGS. 

315 Netsuke, pine-cone, opens and shows intricate carving 
inside, Saki party in woods. 

316 Small Carving, long-arm monkey. 

317 Small Group, octopus or devil-fish surprising Japa- 
nese boy while at play. 

318 Another, God of Wisdom performing on samisen, 

boy looking on. 

319 Another, fisherwoman and carp fish. 

320 Another, male and female figures, screen, etc. 

<f \ ^ 321 Another, three male figures, priest and poet. 

322 Another, priest with scroll, little girl reading. 



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JAPANESE IVORY CARVINGS. 89 

323 Small Group, male figure in sitting position asleep, 

Tengu (bird-head imps), who have escaped from 
basket, dancing. Japanese legend. 

324 Another, priest standing on lotus leaf, crab 

making fast to his toes. 

325 Another group, larger, God of Wisdom playing 

game of " Go " with children. Z^ Z inches. 

326 Another, hunter killing serpent. 2^ x 2% inches. 

327 Another, priest, daimio, and other figures reading 

from scroll. 2| x 2 inches. 

328 Another, Shojo, genius of wine, dancing around 

saki jar. 

329 Another, larger, ceremonial gathering in grove, 

minute figures carefully carved. '^\ y^ Z inches. 

330 Another, grotesque figure of athlete climbing 

spire, suitable for cane or parasol handle. 

331 Another, similar to the above, grotesque. 

ZZ'^ Another, historical subject, warrior stealing 

bronze temple bell. 3x2 inches. 

ZZZ Another, more important. Daimio detecting 

and punishing robber. 5x6 inches. 

334 Statuette, priest in bamboo hat carrying basket of 
crabs and holding scepter ; very fine specimen. 
5x2 inches. 



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P. 



335 Ivory Group, princess presenting successful warrior 

with sword ; historical subject. 6x3 inches. 

336 Another, daimio carrying young girl, 6x2^ 

inches. 

337 Another, very fine and intricately carved, demon, 

infuriated at being bitten by a crab, tree in back- 
ground. 5x2 inches. 

338 Netsuke, fungus, ivory turtles creeping over. 

339 Large Ivory Button, circular shape, finely carved. 

340 Important Group, equestrian and two other figures, 

warriors in full armor. 5^^ x 4 inches. 

341 Another, much finer, mythological subject, 

gathering of priests, deity, dragon, clouds, etc., in 
all 17 figures ; an extraordinary specimen. 6x4 
inches. 

342 Another, street vender and child. 7^ x 4:^ 

inches. 

343 Group of Three Figures on fine lacquered stand, 

" Gama and his Toads " and other figures, all very 
fine specimens of carving. Outside measurement, 
including stand, 8x7 inches. 

344 Pair Elaborate Tusks, remarkably fine specimens 

of artistic carving. Subject of ornamentation, illus- 
trative of Japanese history, carved in bold relief 
and intricate designs, have mulberry-wood stands 
finely lacquered. Height and diameter of tusks, ex- 
clusive of stands, 14 x 6 inches. Height and diam- 
eter of all, 24 X 6 inches. 



D AIM 10 SWORDS. 



JAPANESE SWORDS, 



EXCEEDINGLY FINE SPECIMENS. 



345 Daimio Short Sword, silver scabbard and handle, 

exquisitely wrought, ornamentation and mountings 
incised and carved in relief. Figures, cherry-tree in 
blossom, birds, flowers, etc., wrought in gold and 
other metals. Subject of ornamentation on scabbard, 
" Kojima writing on the cherry-tree," Japanese his- 
tory ; very fine, keen blade, carved ornamentation. 

346 Another, silver scabbard and handle, etched 

decoration of rain dragon, finely wrought relief 
ornaments and mountings, in gold, silver, and other 
metals ; carved blade. 

347 Another, black lac scabbard, exquisitely wrought 

gold and silver mountings and ornaments, small 
knife and chop-sticks ; very fine engraved blade. 

348 Another, handle and scabbard in imitation of 

worm-eaten wood, ornamented with crayfish, insects, 
etc., in gold, silver, bronze, and other metals; carved 
blade. 

349 Another, black lac scabbard, ornamented and 

mounted in gold and silver, handle of Shibu-ichi in 
imitation of wood ; has small knife, fine keen blade. 

350 Another, Gorosa bronze scabbard and handle, 

which is helmet-shape, etched and incrusted orna- 
mentation in gold and silver; fine two-edge blade. 

351 Another, fine keen blade, scabbard and handle 

of ivory artistically carved, Japanese ceremonial and 
festive scenes. 



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THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



352 Daimio Sword, superior blade, silver and Shibu- 

ichi scabbard and handle, scabbard inlaid with vari- 
ous insects in gold, silver, and other metals, handle 
carved and ornamented with figures, flowers, etc., 
in precious metals and bronze, inlaid and in relief. 

353 Another, as large, very fine carved blade, brown 

lac scabbard and handle, artistically wrought mount- 
ings and ornamentation, various insects, serpents, 
etc., in gold, silver, Shibu-ichi, Shakudo, and other 
metals. 

354 Short Sword, carved blade, black lac scabbard, in- 

crusted mountings and ornaments of solid gold ex- 
quisitely wrought; small knife in scabbard. 

355 Another, keen blade, fine black lac scabbard 

decorated with chrysanthemum flowers in gold, 
mountings and ornaments of silver, exquisitely 
wrought designs of chrysanthemum flowers ; has 
small knife. 

356 Japanese Nobleman's Dress Sword, fine keen blade, 

gold lac scabbard, with relief crests; handle, hilt, 
and mountings of solid silver, finely wrought. 

357 Another, superior blade, leather-covered scab- 
bard, lacquered ornamentations of dragon crests, 
hilt, mountings, and ornaments of silver finely 
wrought. 

358 Another, very fine carved blade, natural wood 

scabbard, solid silver hilt, mountings and ornaments 
artistically wrought, chrysanthemum flower designs. 



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SWORD RACKS. 

359 Sword Rack, for two swords, mulberry wood, finely 

ornamented in gold and other lacs, bold designs of 
tiger, mountains, etc. 

360 Another, for three swords, black lacquer, finely 

ornamented with gold lac. 



HIXESE PORCELAINS. 

361 Covered Jar, globular shape, on solid pedestal, im- 

perial yellow glaze, decoration of five-claw dragons 
and other designs in crimson, green, pink, and other 
colors finely combined; Keen-lung period, 1736- 
1795. Height and diameter, 14 x 7.^ inches. 

362 Vase, circular body, with slender, graceful neck. Im- 

perial yellow glaze, finely painted floral designs, 
text, etc., in nicely combined colors, in four medal- 
lions, landscape views, seal mark of Keen-lung pe- 
riod, 1736-1795. 

363 Large Jar, globular shape, coral red glaze, with 

ornamentation of dragons in bold relief and deco- 
rated in gold ; height and diameter, 8 x 14 inches. 
Yung-ching period, 1723-1736. 

364 Vase, bottle shape, globular body, with tall, slender 

neck; fine texture and very fine decoration in blue 
beneath glaze; designs of aster flowers and ara- 
besques. Keen-lung period, 1736-1795. Height 
and diameter, 15 X9i^ inches. 

365 Plaque, famille verte figures and flowers painted in 

medallion and on border, coat of arms in center, 
scalloped edge. Diameter, 15 inches. 



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THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



366 Plaque, decorated in bright colors and gold, 

chrysanthemum flowers on border in pale blue, be- 
neath glaze. 

367 Another, India china, decorated with illuminated 

coat of arms. Diameter, 13 inches. 

368 Antique Ewer, Ming period, Persian design, red 

glaze, with decoration m gold applied over glaze. 

369 Hawthorn Ginger Jar, Kang-he period, 1661-1722, 

dark blue ground, with the hawthorn blossoms in 
white reserve, has fine carved teak-wood stand and 
cover. Height and diameter of all, 14x7 inches. 

370 Pilgrim Bottle Vase, fine clear texture, decorated 

with branches of mulberries in choice blue beneath 
glaze, has carved teak-wood stand. Height and 
diameter, 12x8 inches. 

371 Jardiniere, square shape, carved teak wood, with 

Ming porcelain panels, decorated with figures, flow- 
ers, garden, interior, and other scenes, in colors of 
famille verte, has finely carved stand. Height and 
diameter of all, 13^ x 11^ inches. 

372 Bottle Vase, ovoid shape, with gracefully spreading 

neck, top of which is of brown crackle, sang de 
boeuf glaze. Keen-lung period, 1 736-1 795. Height 
and diameter, 19 x 9 inches. 

373 Hawthorn Jar and Cover, fine blue glaze, with 

the branches of hawthorn blossoms nicely arranged, 
ring mark of the Kang-he period, 1661-1 7 22. Height 
and diameter, including finely carved stand, 20 x 12 
inches. 



CHINESE PORCELAINS. 



95 



374 Jar Shape Vase, with elephant head handles, rich gar- 

net flambe glaze, with splashes of purple and pink, 
producing fine effect, Keen-lung period, 1 736-1 795. 
Height and diameter, 13 x 10 inches. 

375 Cylindrical Vase, fine powdered blue glaze, deco- 

rated with gold applied over the glaze. Height and 
diameter, 17x9 inches. 

376 Mandarin Vase, semi-egg-shell texture, in two me- 

dallions are painted, in fine colors, landscape, river 
view, and mountain scenery, coral red glaze, with 
floral designs in gold. Keen-lung period, 1 736-1 795. 
Height and diameter, with carved stand, 19 x 8^ 
inches. 

377 Temple Jar and Cover, imperial yellow glaze, with 

inscriptions and ornaments carved in relief and 
decorated in various colors. Ming period. Height 
and diameter, 16 x 10 inches. 

378 Large Bowl, pink glaze, floral designs in finely 

blended enamels, inscription in gold. Keen-lung 
period, 1 736-1 795. Height and diameter, 4x9 
inches. 

379 Another, Ming period, fine clear texture, and 

decorated with flowers and rocks in very fine blue 
beneath glaze. 

380 Another, smaller, pierced panels, blue decoration. 

381 Another, larger, Taou-kwang period, 1822-1850, 

engraved white glaze, figure of deity, mythological 
beast, etc., finely painted in nicely combined colors. 



96 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



382 Bowl, smaller, imperial yellow glaze, birds and 
blossoms painted in delicate colors, Keen-lung 
period. 

Ty^T^ Another, choice texture, fine quality coral red 

glaze on inner and outer surface. 

384 Plate on Stand, Keen-lung period, 1 736-1 795, inner 

surface of robin's ^gg blue glaze, with floral and 
other designs in various colors of enamel, outer sur- 
face of coral red, ornamented with floral designs in 
gold. Diameter, 11 inches, has finely carved stand. 

385 Bottle Vase, globular shape, body with tall slender 

neck, very fine quality turquoise blue glaze, show- 
ing " shad roe " crackle beneath, Yung-ching pe- 
riod, 1723-1735. Height and diameter, including 
fine carved stand, 17x9 inches. 

386 Large Vase, tall cylindrical shape, with bulged cen- 

ter and flaring neck, rich quality of sang de boeuf 
glaze, Lang Yao specimen. Height and diameter, 
including finely carved stand, 27 x 6 inches. 

387 Very Large Vase, ovoid body, with flaring neck and 

base, exceedingly fine quality celadon glaze, crests, 
texts, and other ornamentation carved in relief be- 
neath glaze, lizard handle at neck, Yung-ching pe- 
riod, 1723-1735. Height and diameter, including 
finely carved stand, 27 x 14 inches. 



TEAK-WOOD STANDS. 

388 Carved Stand, for three ornaments, carved out of 
solid piece, plush top. 



JAPANESE BRONZES. 97 

389 Carved Teak-wood Stand, larger and finer, lotus 

design, three shelves, carved from solid piece. 

390 Another, smaller, different design, for three or- 
naments. 

391 Hall Seat or Pedestal, square shape, on feet, finely 

carved, has India marble top inlaid. 

392 Pair Hall Seats or Pedestals, serpentine tops, 

with India marble inlaid, finely carved ornamenta- 
tion. 2 pieces 

JAPANESE BRONZES. 

393 Large Vase, cylindrical shape, very fine patine, beau- 

tiful relief, ornamentation of floral design in gold, 
silver, and other metals, exceedingly fine modern 
specimen. Height and diameter, 18x9 inches. 

394 Perfume Burner, graceful ovoid shape, on tall slender 

legs, choice patine, and exquisitely ornamented with 
gold, silver, Shibu-ichi and Shakudo, in relief and in- 
laid designs. Height and diameter, 7x2^ inches. 

395 Temple Gong, antique specimen, very fine in tone, has 

cushion and beater. 

396 Perfume Burner, design of mule in trappings, an- 

tique specimen, with gold patine. 

397 Pair Vases, silver bronze, tall sectional form, engraved 

and inlaid ornamentation, figures, flowers, and other 
designs in gold, silver, and other metals, carved bird 
handles. Height and diameter, 17 x 10 inches. 

2 pieces 
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98 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

398 Large Jar Shape Vase, fine hro-v^n pa tine, exquisitely 

ornamented in relief with birds, flowers, blossoms, 
and grasses, in gold, silver, and other metals. Height 
and diameter, including carved stand, 14]^ x i2| 
inches. 

399 Large Incense Burner, globular shape, on movable 

base, which is of open-work design, pine-tree pat- 
tern, ornamentation of incense burner and cover 
wrought in bold relief, designs of birds, monkeys, 
flowers, foliage, etc., cherry-tree branches forming 
handles. Height and diameter, 32 x 22 inches. 

400 Companion to the above. 

401 Incense Burner, artistically wrought in silver and 

bronze, cylindrical shape burner, with bold dragon 
in relief encircling, outside covering of open-work 
design in representation of water, cover also of open- 
work design, Japanese figures in relief forming han- 
dles. Height and diameter, 12 x 10 inches, extra- 
ordinary specimen. 

402 Daimio Stand, beautifully wrought bronze, inlaid with 

precious metals, fine pati?ie, tall form, of exquisite 
design. Height and diameter, 16 x 10^, inches. 

403 Very Large Gong. Diameter, 24 inches, has beater. 

404 Vase, fat bottle shape, with low neck, fine pafi?ie, 

chiseled and other ornamentation with incrusted 
gold and silver, has carved teak-wood stand, inlaid 
with silver. Height and diameter of all, 10 x 6 
inches. 



MISCELLANEOUS JAPANESE OBJECTS. 99 

405 Large Vase, tall cylindrical shape, slightly bulging in 
center, very fine in shape and workmanship, blos- 
soms, crest, and other inlaid designs in gold, silver, 
and bronze, band running around center of carved 
bronze of rare color, with flowers, leaves, and crests, 
in Shibu-ichi, Shakudo, and gold, handle at neck, of 
mythological beasts heads. Height and diameter, 
18 X 9 inches. 



MISCELLANEOUS JAPANESE OBJECTS, ELEGANT 
SCREENS, ETC. 

406 Ostrich Egg, ornamented in lac, has fine stand. 

407 Emu Egg, finely ornamented in gold lacquer, chrysan- 

themum flowers, quail, etc., has very fine carved wood 
stand. 

408 Large Cabinet, on stand, finely lacquered and beau- 

tifully ornamented in gold and other lacs, ivory, 
woods, etc., has drawers and inclosures. Outside 
measurement, 38 x 35 x 18 inches. 

409 Wood Panel, circular shape, finely ornamented in gold 

and other lacs, boy astride of bull and playing flute, 
silver moon disappearing behind gold clouds. Diam- 
eter, 151^ inches. 

410 Another, same shape as above, exquisite orna- 
mentation of flying bird, grasses, etc., in gold lac 
incrusted with mother-of-pearl. Diameter, 16 inches. 

411 Large Lacquered Dish, circular deep form, orna- 

mented in relief with bold figure of deity, warriors, 
etc., in various lacs and mother-of-pearl. Diameter, 
281 inches. 



lOO THE GRA VES COLLECTION. 

412 Very Large Ewer, black lacquer, ornamented with 

gold. 

413 Vase, antique iron, heart shape, with tall neck, orna- 

mented in relief and inlaid with gold, silver, bronze, 
and other metals, arabesques, floral crests, and other 
designs, figure of Japanese priests, bamboo-trees, 
birds, flowers and blossoms, in two medallions, artis- 
tic workmanship. Height and diameter, 12 x 9 
inches. 

414 Japanese Pipe, solid silver, fine carved and relief or- 

namentation, bamboo center-piece. 

415 Another, solid gold, exquisitely wrought, stork, 

hawk, blossoms, etc., in relief, bamboo center-piece. 

416 Another, iron, damascened ornamentation in gold, 

silver bowl and mouth-piece. 

417 Another, iron, much larger than the above, bold 

and artistic ornamentation in high relief, and inlaid 
work, equestrian and other figures, dragon, etc., in 
gold, silver, and other metals. 

418 Tobacco Pouch, old leather, gold mountings and or- 

naments, exquisitely wrought ; pipe-case attached, of 
black wood, ornamented in relief, with various 
metals, 

419 Another, wood, lacquered and inlaid with mother- 
of-pearl ; bamboo pipe-case attached, finely etched 
ornamentation. 



JAPANESE ART OBJECTS. loi 

420 Elegant Cabinet, Japanese hard wood, irregular 

shape shelves and three inclosures, bronze panels in 
doors, ornamented in relief and inlaid with ex- 
quisitely wrought designs of chrysanthemum flowers, 
cherry-tree in blossom, vases, and other ornaments, 
in precious metals, bronze and Shibu-ichi. Outside 
measurement, 29 x 31 x 14 inches. 

421 Pair Wood Panels, artistically ornamented in relief 

with gold and other lacquers, ivory, and mother-of- 
pearl, designs of Japanese figures, flowers, blossoms, 
grasses, etc., mounted in plush-covered frames. Size 
of panels, 10] x 18 inches. 2 pieces 

422 Daimio Stand, high form, lacquer, finely carved and 

exquisitely incrusted with intricate designs in mother- 
of-pearl, old and exceedingly fine specimen. Height 
and diameter, 17 x 15 inches. 

423 Beautiful Screen, two fold, low form, natural wood 

panels, ornamented with figures of priests and phi- 
losophers, bamboo-trees, grasses, etc., in gold lac, 
carved ivory, and mother-of-pearl, all in relief and 
of skillful workmanship. Outside measurement, 
42 x 42 inches. 

424 Magnificent Large Screen, two folds, high form, 

natural wood panels, artistically ornamented in high 
relief in gold and other lacquers, carved ivory, 
mother-of-pearl, etc. Subject of ornamentation,- 
scene from Japanese mythology, figure of priests, 
deity, rocks, foliage, etc., on reverse side cherry-tree 
in blossom ; polished mulberry mountings, with en- 
graved bronze ornaments. Outside measurement, 
6 ft. 6 in. X 6 ft. 6 in. 



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425 Magnificent Screen, six folds, high form, panels of 

black satin beautifully embroidered in high relief, 
with gold bullion, rich designs of peacock, stork, 
quail, and other birds, flowers, bamboo-trees, grasses, 
etc. Height, 7 ft. 6 in. ; width of each panel, 2 ft. 
7 in. 

426 Two-Fold Screen, high form, ornamented in ap- 

plique\ designs of flowers, birds, insects, etc., in nat- 
ural colors of fabric, brass ornaments. 



SALE TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 

February 15th, at 2.30 o'clock. 
AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERY. 



FRENCH PORCELAINS AND FAIENCE. 

427 Mantel Set, pair tall vases and center-piece, mounted 

in gilt bronze, vases of maroon glaze with heads 
painted in medallions, center-piece of maroon glaze 
with flowers painted in medallions. 3 pieces 

428 Pair Vases, dead gold ground with female heads and 

landscapes painted in medallions. Height, 13 
inches. 2 pieces 

429 Bottle Vase, French faience, cream color glaze 

with gold clouding, flowers modeled in bold relief. 
Height and diameter, 14x9 inches. 

430 Pair Mantel Urns, French porcelain, decorated 

with flowers painted in bright colors, gold gilt bands 
and ornaments, have porcelain pedestals decorated 
to match. Height and diameter of all, 27 x 13 
inches. 2 pieces 

431 Pair Vases, French porcelain, tall cylindrical shape, 

finely painted decoration of classical figure, etc., in 
delicately combined colors, Cupids in relief at necks. 
Height and diameter, 18 x 10 inches. 2 pieces 



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432 Pair Large Vases, French porcelain, tall ovoid shape, 

with flaring necks, dead black glaze, decorated with 
classical subjects in finely combined bright colors, 
gilt handles. Height and diameter, 21 x 15 inches. 

2 pieces 

433 Pair Vases, French faience, ovoid shape, dark blue 

glaze, relief ornamentation of marine subjects, gold 
clouding. Height, 16 x 12 inches. 2 pieces 

434 Pair Very Large Flower Pots, French faience, 

Chinese design, cobalt blue glaze, with carved pat- 
terns of chrysanthemum flowers, arabesques, etc., in 
relief. Height and diameter, 23 x 19 inches. 2 pieces 

435 Pair Large Pedestals, suitable for the above, open- 

work design, turquoise blue glaze. Height and 
diameter, 30 x 18 inches. 2 pieces 



EUROPEAN IVORY CARVINGS. 

436 Large Drinking Horn, elaborately carved with bold 

designs, bust of Henry VIII., trophies, etc. Length, 
31 inches. 

437 Tankard, artistically carved ornamentation extending 

all around the tankard in relief. Subject, battle 
scene, " Death of Emperor Alexander," fine rcpoussf^ 
silver cover and mountings, gold gilt. Height and 
' diameter, 13 x 6^ inches. 

438 Another, larger. Bacchanalian subject, artistically 

carved in bold relief, fine repousse silver mountings, 
gold gilt. Height and diameter, 15^^ x 7^^ inches. 



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439 Bas Relief, Bacchanalian subject, very finely carved. 
Length and width, lyi x 6^ inches ; has ebonized 
frame. 

^40 Another, smaller, exceedingly fine in execution. 

Subject, " Gypsy Procession." Length and width, 
6 X 3.J inches ; ebonized frame. 

441 Statuette, " Neapolitan Dancing Girl," on carved 

black wood pedestal. Height and diameter, 10 x 3 
inches. 

442 Another, " Beggar." Height and diameter, in- 
cluding pedestal, 10x3 inches. 



EUROPEAN CERAMICS. 

SEVRES PORCELx\L\. 

443 Pair Vases, amphora shape, /^/^ tendre^ fine lavender 

color glaze, with exquisite ornamentation in white 
pate sur pate^ ram's head handles in relief finely 
modeled. Height and diameter, 15x7 inches; mark 
of factory, 1879. 2 pieces 

444 Cream Pitcher, intricate reticulated design, blue and 

gold decoration, mark of factory, 1873. 

445 Sugar Bowl, to match the above, mark of factory, 

1874. 

446 Elegant Large Vase, graceful ovoid shape, with 

flaring neck and base, rich lapis lazuli glaze, gold gilt 
handles and base, mark of the Sevres factory, 1873. 
Height and diameter, 27 x 10 inches. 



o6 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



ROYAL WORCESTER. 

447 Pair Candlesticks, low form, ivory texture, relief 

ornaments and gold decoration. 2 pieces 

448 Center-Piece, nautilus design, semi-egg-shell, ivory- 

texture, gold and platina ornamentation. 

449 Another, larger, figure of mermaid supporting 

nautilus shell, fine relief and lace-work ornamenta- 
tion, decorated in colors, gold, and platina. Height 
and diameter, 15 x 10 inches. 

450 Jug, with elephant head handle, ivory finish, decorated 

with floral designs in gold and platina. 

451 Small Pitcher, semi-egg-shell texture, ornamented 

with blossoms and flowers in embossed gold and 
colors, gilt bands and handle. 

452 Small Vase, gourd shape, yellow glaze with floral 

designs in crimson and gold, gilt handles. 

453 Pair Tall Vases, ivory finish, finely modeled relief 

ornamentation of floral and other designs in gold 
and dark blue. Height, 14 inches. 2 pieces 

454 Cylindrical Vase, tall form, ivory finish, ornamented 

with floral designs in gold and platina and in bold 
relief. Height and diameter, 14 x 4 inches. 

MINTON. 

455 Pair Vases, pilgrim bottle shape, dark olive green 

glaze, side medallions exquisitely ornamented in 
white pate sur patc^ subject " Night and Morning," 
figures in bold relief on sides at necks. Height and 
diameter, 14 x 11 inches. 2 pieces 



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CROWN DERBY. 



456 Covered Jar, graceful ovoid shape, fine yellow and 
pink glaze, ornamentation of floral and other designs 
in applied gold, cover of open-work design. Height 
and diameter, ii x 61 inches. 



CAPO DI MONTI. 

457 Jewel Casket, Capo di Monti, fine relief ornamenta- 

tion of figures of warriors in medallions, and deco- 
rated in bright colors and gold, gilt mountings. 
9} X 6| inches. 

DRESDEN. 

458 Large Jewel Casket, oblong form, relief ornamenta- 

tion of mythological and historical subjects, decorated 
in finely combined colors, gilt bronze mountings. 
Width and depth, 11^ x 7| inches. 

459 Pair Cups, mounted in ormolu, decorated with floral 

and other designs, Marcolini period. 2 pieces. 



EUROPEAN BRONZES. 

460 Reclining Figure, " Cleopatra," finely modeled, rose 

antique marble base. Height and diameter, 29 x 19 
inches. 

461 Statuette, " The Broken Pitcher," by Susse, Fils. 

Height, ii;i inches. 

462 Another, by same artist, " The Young Trouba- 
dour." Height, i2^y inches. 



I08 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



463 Large Group, " The Rest," by celebrated Russian 

artist. Height and diameter, 33 x 17 inches. 

464 Group, three figures, Bacchanalian subject, by Codion, 

1862. Height and diameter, 23 x 10 inches. 

465 Pair Small Busts, female subjects, mounted on black 

marble pedestals. 2 pieces 

466 Statuette, by P. J. David, black marble base. 

467 Pair Figures, "War," and "Peace," by Everard. 

Height and diameter, 22 x 9J inches. 2 pieces 

468 Bull Dog, finely wrought, by C. Valton. Height and 

diameter, 11 x 8^^ inches. 

469 " The Wounded Stag," by E. Delabrierre. Height 

and diameter, 16 x 11 inches. 

470 Large Bust, " Love's Messenger," by Emile Hebert. 

"Oiseau bleu, couleur du temps, 
Vols a moi promptement." 

Has marble base. Outside measurement, 30 x 16 
inches. 

471 Pair Groups, " Marli Horses," by Couston. Height 

and diameter of each, 30X 22 inches. 2 pieces 

472 Large Figure, "Albanian Merchant," by E. Peynot. 

Height and diameter, 26 x 12 inches. 

473 Important Group, " The Recording Angel," has 

very fine ebonized pedestal, with gilt bronze orna- 
mentation. Height and diameter of group, 33 x 30 
inches. 



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474 Figure, "God of Love," by J. Cou Tan. Height, 36 
inches. 



475 Figure, " MandoHn Player," by A. Carrier. Height, 38 
inches. 



476 Group, " Marli Horse," by Couston. Height and 
diameter, 23 x 24 inches. 



477 Large Figure, "Venus de Milo," finely executed. 
Height and diameter, 42 x 15 inches. 



478 Pair Figures, Bacchantes, by De Vauly. Height and 
diameter of each, 22x8 inches. 



479 Pair Figures, Harvesters, dark patme, by A. Collas, 

have black marble bases. Height, 19 inches. 

2 pieces 

480 Group, " Ganymede," by Buhot. Height and diam- 

eter, 19 X II inches. 

481 Pair Large Figures, finely modeled, " Before and 

After the Bath." Height and diameter of each, 23 x 
II inches. 2 pieces 

482 Pair Pitcher Vases, gold gilt ornamentation, rose 

antique marble bases. 2 pieces 



483 Group, Bacchanalian subject, has black marble ped- 
estal. 



THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



SCULPTURE. 
IN CARRARA MARBLE. 

^*A" "Morning," by D. Barcaglia, Milan, with hand- 
some sculptured marble pedestal. Height and diam- 
eter of all, 9 feet 6x3 feet 6. 

(1^^ The above exceedingly fine specimen, purchased direct 
from the artist by the late Mr. Graves, is on exhibition at the 
warerooms of Messrs. Pottier & Stymus Company, No. 489 
Fifth Avenue. See Illustration. 

"B" "An Eastern Princess," by S. Taderling, has fine 
pedestal. Height and diameter of all, 6 8 x 2.6. 

"C" "Return of the Bird," by B. Delpinto, with rose 
antique marble pedestal. Height and diameter of 
all, 6x2 feet. 

" D " " Chimney Sweep," by D. Barcaglia. Height and 
diameter, 4x3 feet. 

From the Milan Exposition, 1881. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

484 Delft Plate, light blue decoration. 

485 Toilet Glass, bevel edge mirror, with fine gilt bronze 

and French cloisonne enamel stand and mountings. 

486 Hand Mirror, mounted in brass, has finely wrought 

brass stand. 

487 Pewter Tankard, fine incised or etched ornamen- 

tation, serpent handle. 

488 Bi heron, to match above. 




NO. 4^3 "t>" — "MORNINC." — CROIP IX CAKRAKA MARIU.E, 
BV 1). HARCACLIA. 



MISCELLA NEO US. \ \ \ 

489 Card Tray and Flower Holder, fine cut glass, 

mounted in gilt bronze. 

490 Jar Shape Vase, Bennet faience, cobalt blue glaze, 

with floral designs in white and brown. Height and 
diameter, 8^ x ^h inches. 

491 Reading Lamp, French manufacture, enameled vase, 

with real bronze mountings, globe-shape shade, 
decorated with griffins in fine colors. 

492 Antique Center Vase, India china, oval shape, deco- 

rated with coat-of-arms, sprays of flowers, etc., in 
gold and colors, fi;iely wrought gilt bronze French 
mountings. 11x8 inches. 

493 Bottle-shape Vase, Bennet faience, very fine deco- 

ration of chrysa/itfiemum flowers and butterflies in 
low tone of colors; height and diameter, 11^ x y-^ 
inches. 

494 Vienna Enamel Vase, cornucopia shape,- reproduc- 

tion of an antique, ornamentation of mythological 
and other subjects in fine colors, finely wrought 
bronze mountings, carved and incrusted. Height, 
15 inches ; has leather plush-lined case. 

495 Antique Yataghan, finely wrought blade, repoussS 

silver scabbard, mountings inlaid with coral, bone 
handle. 

496 Another, very fine blade, repousse silver scabbard, 

gold gilt, finely wrought handle and mountings. 

497 Set Antique Persian Armor, helmet, shield, and 

arm-piece, fine gold damascened, open-work and en- 
graved ornamentation. 3 pieces 



112 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

498 Set Antique Persian Armor, boldly carved and 

gold damascened ornamentation, helmet, shield, arm- 
piece. 3 pieces 

499 Another set, brass, fme engraved designs of 

arabesque animals, figures, etc. 3 pieces 

500 Another set, iron, damxascened with gold, carved 

inscriptions, animals, etc. 3 pieces 

501 Another set, open-work, gold and silver dama- 
scened and carved designs, gold and silver inscrip- 
tions. 3 pieces 

502 Another set, brass, repousse and carved ornamen- 
tation, animals, figures, and inscriptions. 3 pieces 

503 Another set, brass, bold repousse 2Ji^ carved orna- 
mentation. 3 pieces 

504 Another set, brass, carved repousse ornamentation, 

figures in procession, animals and inscriptions. 

3 pieces 

505 Pair Candelabra, first empire, 4 lights each, finely 

wrought bronze, green and gold gilt finish. Height 
and diameter, 19^ x 7 inches. 

506 Watch and Jewel Stand, French cloisonne enamel. 

507 Cigar Tube, meerschaum, artistically carved relief 

ornamentation, " Lion Hunt," has amber mouth- 
piece. 

508 Cup, with two handles, royal Vienna porcelain, ex- 

quisitely decorated, dark green glaze, with maroon 
and gold bands. Subject of decoration, " Endy- 
mion and Diana." 




NO, 483 "u" — CHlMNJiY SWEEP — D. BAKCAGLIA, SCULPTOR. 



MISCELLA NEO US. 



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509 Pair Candlesticks, Louis XVI., ormolu and king's 

blue enamel. Height, Gk inches. 2 pieces 

510 Venetian Rifle, XVIth century, stock exquisitely- 

inlaid with ivory and pearl. 

511 Pair Pictures, wood mosaics, Roman scenes, finely 

executed, gold gilt, Florentine frames. 2 pieces 

512 Pair Pitcher Vases, Carrara marble, mounted in 

finely wrought gold gilt bronze. Height and diam- 
eter, 20 X 9 inches. 2 pieces 

513 Illuminated Glass Picture, "Jephthah's Daugh- 

ter," fine specimen of artistic work. 19 x 23 inches. 

514 Antique Stained Glass Panel, Kaspar H. at St. 

Blasien. 15 x 12 inches. 

516 Illuminated Glass Picture, by C. L. Turcke, " For- 

bidden Literature." 15^ x 2o| inches. 

517 Companion to the above. 

518 Pair Candelabra, silver and gold gilt, 6 lights each, 

have rose antique marble bases. 2 pieces 

519 French Bronze Jardiniere, Japanese shape, panels 

decorated with figures, arabesques, and other designs 
in colors and gold. Height and diameter, 12x12 
inches. 

520 Pair First Empire Vases, ormolu, burnished and 

dead gold finish, graceful Etruscan shape, with 
handles, fine relief ornamentation, classical figures, 
etc. Height and diameter, 13^ x 9 inches. 2 pieces 



114 THE GRAVES COLLECTION, 

521 Pair First Empire Candlesticks, dead gold finish, 

tall form, finely chiseled relief ornamentation, figures, 
etc., in relief. Height, 12 inches. 2 pieces 

522 Pair Epergnes, finely wrought gold gilt, bronze 

mountings, silver bronze figures of Cupid for sup- 
ports, handsome bold cut-glass dishes and flower- 
holders. Height and diameter of each, 50 x 19 
inches. 2 pieces 



EI,EGANT CLOCKS AND CLOCK SETS. 

528 Clock Set, French movement clock, strikes hours and 

half-hours, black marble and bronze mounted case, 
side pieces to match. 

529 Clock Set, fine movement, strikes hours and half- 

hours, finely wrought bronze case, Japanese design, 
pair turtle candlesticks to match. 

530 Mantel Clock, French movement, black marble case 

with bronze bas-reliefs on ends, " Warwick " vase 
surmounting top, made by Barbedienne. 

531 Mantel Clock, movement by Barton and Rice, strikes 

hours and half-hours, handsome malachite case. 

532 Clock Set, French movement clock with rose antique 

marble case, surmounted by finely wrought bronze 
group, Bacchanalian subject, pair lo-light candelabra 
to match, silver and gold gilt finish. Height and 
diameter of clock, 38 x 20 inches ; height and di- 
ameter of each candelabrum, 34 x 18 inches; the lat- 
ter, by removing candle branch, can be used as vases. 



CLOCKS AND CLOCK SETS. 115 

533 Wall Clock, with bracket, by T. Ballion, Paris, strikes 

hours and half-hours, case and bracket finely orna- 
mented in ormolu, etc. 

534 Elaborate Clock Set, movement by Tiffany & Co., 

finely wrought ormolu case with figures in bold relief. 
Pair 9-light candelabra as side pieces, finely wrought 
Cupids, birds, and flowers in relief. 

535 Mantel Clock, by L. Gronot, Paris, case of gold gilt 

bronze, finely wrought figure in relief. 

536 Ormolu Clock Set, by Lerolles Freres, Paris, elab- 

orate and finely wrought case to clock, figures of 
boys gathering grapes, in bold relief ; pair lo-light 
candelabra to match, have Carrara marble bases. 

537 Antique Clock, French movement, finely carved 

gold gilt case, in exceedingly fine condition. Height 
and diameter, 18 x 27 inches. 

538 Elegant Clock Set, fac-simile of antique in the 

Hamilton Palace Collection ; case of clock of lyre 
design in ormolu and deep blue enamel, around dial, 
in circle forming pendulum, are 44 large Rhine 
stones ; movement has calendar attachment ; pair 
mantel urns of ormolu and blue enamel to match, 
as side pieces, all of exceedingly fine workmanship. 

539 Imported Tall Clock, fine French movement, strikes 

hours, elegant case inlaid with buhl and ornamented 
in relief with bronze and ormolu medallion, etc. 

540 Elaborate Ormolu Clock Set, case of clock of 

Carrara marble, globular shape, with horizontal 
enameled dial, supported by bronze Cupids, plinth of 
ormolu finely wrought, pair 6-light candelabra to 
match as side pieces, have Carrara marble- bases. 



Il6 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 



ANTIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE, AUBUSSON TA- 
PESTRIES, RICH CURTAINS, CRYSTAL CHANDELIER. 
MUSICAL BOX ORCHESTRA, ETC. 

541 Milan Arm-Chair, finely carved frame, upholstered 

in old gold and crimson plush, silver nails. 

542 Another, upholstered in olive plush on back, 

coat of arms in applique and needle-work, embroid- 
ered and appliqu^ floral designs on seat, brass nails. 

543 Another, larger, with high back, upholstered in 

old gold satin, applique ornamentation in various 
colors of plush and silks. 

544 Large Ebonized Pedestal, elaborately carved, cir- 

cular top. Height and diameter, 39 x 17 inches. 

545 Pedestal, ebonized hard wood, with horn ornament, 

embroidered plush top. Height, 44 inches. 

546 Pair Columns or Pedestals, rose antique marble, 

with finely wrought gold gilt bronze mountings. 

2 pieces 

547 Prisoner's Chair, black walnut, elaborately carved in 

bold relief. 

548 Cabinet, rosewood, finely carved and polished, gilt 

lines, has bevel glass in doors and bevel mirror in 
back. Outside measurement, 65 x 47 x 15 inches. 

549 Pair Imported Tall Pedestals, ebony finish, inlaid 

with buhl and ormolu mountings, ornamented in re- 
lief with fruits, flowers, and birds in carved stones, 
very fine workmanship. Height, 5 feet. Diameter, 
19 inches. 



ANTIQUE AND MODERN EURNITURE, ETC. 117 

550 Center Table, cherry, handsomely carved and ebon- 

ized finish, circular-shape top, with slab of polished 
malachite inlaid, has square-shape shelf beneath. 
Height and diameter, 32 x 30 inches. 

551 Imported Mirror, oval French plate, with artistically 

carved wood frame, gold gilt. 

552 Another, to match above. 

553 Ottoman, imported, frame of carved wood of rope 

and twisted designs, gold gilt, upholstered in fine 
brocade silk, floral designs. 

554 Elaborate Carved Pedestal, ebonized, octagonal 

shape, fine in workmanship and design. Height and 
diameter, 38 x 27 inches. 

555 Center Table, cherry, finely carved and ebony finish, 

circular shape, top with malachite slab inlaid, has 
shelf beneath. Height and diameter, 30 x 26 inches. 

556 Louis XVI. Escritoire, made of various woods, finely 

wrought ormolu mountings and ornaments, and 
handsomely decorated Sevres porcelain medallions. 

557 Louis XVI. Table, oblong shape, beautifully wrought 

ormolu mountings, modern top of onyx. 

558 Large Oval Center Table, Louis XVI. time, white 

and gold finish. 

559 Imported Mirror, oval French plate, artistically 

carved wood frame, gold gilt, birds, flowers, and 
other designs in relief. 



Il8 THE GRAVES COLLECTION. 

560 Case of Drawers and Cabinet, carved mahogany, 

antique design. Outside measurement, 7x3x1 feet. 

561 AuBussoN Tapestry, fine production, subject of design 

after Teniers, produced in fine tone of colors. 9x10 
feet. 

562 Chinese Hanging, crimson cloth, finely embroidered 

in silk and gold thread, bold text in black. 10^ x 
4^ feet. Keen-lung period. 

563 Parlor Cabinet, rosewood, exquisitely carved, has 

enclosures, shelves beneath and drawers, bevel plate 
glass in doors and bevel mirrors back. Outside 
measurement, 5 x 6 x ii feet. Superior workman- 
ship. 

564 Parlor Suit, upholstered in peacock blue plush, 

backs of fine Aubusson tapestry, comprises sofa, arm- 
chair, and 2 reception chairs. 

565 Pair Door Curtains to match the above parlor 

suit, fine Aubusson tapestry panels. Subject, pas- 
toral scenes. Outside measurement, 50 x 120 inches. 

566 Musical Box Orchestra, by M. J. Paillard & Co., 

has 10 cylinders each playing 8 airs (sacred, oper- 
atic, dancing, and other music), mandolin, harp, flute, 
drum, chimes, and other attachments. Indicator of 
tunes, change of tunes at pleasure, etc. Very fine 
oak case, inlaid with various metals ; imported by 
Messrs. Paillard expressly for the late owner, and 
nearly new. 

567 Magnificent Crystal Chandelier, elaborate de- 

sign, imported to order and never used. 



A N riQ UE A ND M ODERN F URN I T URE, ETC. 119 

568 Pair Door Curtains, peacock blue plush, with bor- 

der of crushed strawberry color, red Silesia lining. 
6x7 feet each. 2 pieces. 

569 Pair Large Door Curtains, peacock blue plush, 

handsomely embroidered and applique ornamenta- 
tion. Fringe border and satine lining. 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

Managers. 
Thomas E. Kirby, 

Auctioneer. 



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