Estate auction featuring fine, decorative art offerings scheduled for Nov. 27


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Monumental Francois Linke 4-door dore bronze mounted cabinet with ram's head and lyres


OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – An important multi-estate auction is scheduled for Nov. 27, starting at 1 p.m. by Philip Weiss Auctions. Featured lots will include a monumental Francois Linke 4-door dore bronze mounted cabinet with ram’s head and lyres, and a large-size original oil painting attributed to Girlando Marsiglia (N.Y., 1792-1850).

“Girlando Marsiglia was one of the 15 founders of the National Academy and a renowned Hudson River School painter,” Mr. Weiss pointed out. “The work we are selling comes with an actual daguerreotype of Marsiglia – an astounding fact by itself – plus a sterling silver box that was brought to America by him in 1828 and later engraved in 1885. I can’t overemphasize the importance of this lot.”

The sale will also feature a galaxy of fine decorative accessories, to include a mirror plateau with French ormolu mounts by G. Bointaburet (Paris, circa 1880); a pair of F. Barbedienne bronze plaques; a 19th century gilt bronze plaque with dancing putti; porcelains; an Argy-Russeau powder box; a collection of Mettlach and Satsuma; Sevres pieces; and 19th century Oriental porcelains.

Other decorative accessories will include hand-painted plates; a gilt and signed bronze and enamel box; pottery and art glass; hand-painted and enameled vases; a monumental gilt bronze center piece; many French porcelains; Oriental rugs; and a monumental gilt French Trimue mirror with top center painting. Also sold will be clocks and a collection of vintage phonographs and cylinder players.

Fans of fine art will not be disappointed Nov. 27. Many noted, listed artists will be represented that day, to include the following:

Gustav Prucha (1875-1952), the Austrian painter; Karl Felix (U.S./Austrian, 1837-1906), known for his landscapes, figural paintings and sculptures; Leonardo Nierman (N.Y./Mexican, b. 1932), an abstract expressionist also known for sculptures and murals; Samuel Chaffee (Am., 1850-1930), a painter of landscapes and coastal views; and Frederick Matzow (Conn., 1861-1938), a landscape artist.

Other artists of note include John C. Hare (Mass./Fla., 1908-1978), known for his watercolor seascape paintings and rural scenes; Philip R. Morris (U.K., 1838-1902), a landscape painter also known for genre and allegorical works; Mary G. Ascher (N.Y./U.K., 1900-1988), an abstract painter and printmaker); and Yolande Ardissone (Fr., b. 1927), known for landscapes, still lifes and marine works.

Other artists include Willering Epko, a French painter born in 1928; David Peretz, a French painter (1906-1982); Jacob Van Diegham, the 19th century Dutch painter; Paul Emile Pissarro (Fr., 1884-1972), a landscape painter; French painter Lucien Boulier (1882-1963); Francois Gall (Fr./Hungarian, 1912-1987), known for still life paintings; and Edgar Farasyn (Belgian, 1858-1938).

Rounding out the fine art category, a work attributed to the renowned French and American painter Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), best known for her mother and child portraits, will be sold, as will a large lithograph by Alexander Calder (Conn./N.Y., 1878-1976). Also offered will be a group of South American 16th and 17th century religious works and a collection of Art Nouveau and other posters.

A special auction is planned by Philip Weiss Auctions for Dec. 18-20: a “Let’s Go Hog Wild Sale,” featuring a single-owner collection of pig-related memorabilia. The auction will also include a seldom-offered boxed GI Joe Australian doll; items from the German and French Resistance; dolls; more from the Weaver Circus Collection; and Coca-Cola items, including early signs and a rare clock.

A 13 percent buyer’s premium will be added to each lot purchased through the gallery. All auctions will be held at #1 Neil Court in Oceanside, N.Y. Online bidding will be facilitated through Proxibid.com. Absentee and phone bids will also be accepted.

Philip Weiss Auctions is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them directly, at 516-594-0731, or you can e-mail them to phil@prwauctions.com.

To learn more about the company and its calendar of upcoming auctions, visit www.prwauctions.com.

Photos courtesy Philip Weiss Auctions.


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Large-size original oil painting attributed to Hudson River School artist Girlando Marsiglia.
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Important gilt bronze clock set, made by the eminent French clockmaker Raingo Freres.

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