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Robert Kennedy Abbett

United States (1926 ) Wikipedia® : Robert Kennedy Abbett
ABBETT Robert Kennedy Timberlake Turkeys

Copley /Jul 25, 2014
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Robert Kennedy Abbett - Her Name Was Grace

Robert Kennedy Abbett - Her Name Was Grace

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Lot number: 201
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Sale 2423 Lot 201 ROBERT ABBETT. "Her name was Grace. Anybody looking for trouble could find her. And somebody was looking. . ." [published caption.] Cover art for "The Perfect Victim" by James McKimmey, published by Dell in 1958. Gouache on board. 552x368 mm; 21 3/4x14 1/2 inches. Signed "Abbett" in right image. Registration marks in left side of image, two tape ghosts from removed registration mark in upper image, pinholes in margins. Provenance: Ex-collection John Edward Parker, a 45-year Dell Publishing employee.
Robert Kennedy Abbett - A Setter On Point

Robert Kennedy Abbett - A Setter On Point

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Lot number: 230
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Description ROBERT KENNEDY ABBETT Connecticut, 1926-2015 A setter on point. Signed lower left Abbett". Provenance: The artist by commission. By descent in the family. Note: The original owner received the painting directly from the artist. The subject depicts the owner's setter at his Connecticut hunting camp. Included in the lot are photographs of the dog as well as a signed copy of The Outdoor Paintings of Robert K. Abbett by Gene Hill. Oil on masonite, 24" x 30". Framed 31" x 37"."
Robert Kennedy Abbett - Sinatra And Kennedy At A Gala Dinner

Robert Kennedy Abbett - Sinatra And Kennedy At A Gala Dinner

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Lot number: 103
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Lot 103: Press Photo, Sinatra and Kennedy at a Gala Dinner, USA, 1959 Description: Vintage gelatin silver press print on baryta paper USA, 1959 On verso with several, partly handwritten complemented stamps of Time Magazine On verso with handwritten annotations in India ink and pencil Image dimensions: 16.2 x 24.2 cm Good condition Interesting historical document of the future American president John F. Kennedy; photographs from his political life are still sought after by collectors today This press picture from Time Magazine shows the Senator John F. Kennedy probably at a gala dinner at The Hilton Beverly. Next to him is Frank Sinatra, who supported the presidential candidate in the election campaign. The gelatin silver print has on verso several, partially handwritten complemented stamps of Time Magazine and is handwritten inscribed in India ink and pencil. The print is in good condition considering its age with occasional small creases and minor bumped corners. The image measures 16.2 x 24.2 cm, the sheet 20.3 x 25.3 cm. (fea)
Robert Kennedy Abbett - Timberlake Turkeys

Robert Kennedy Abbett - Timberlake Turkeys

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Lot number: 416
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Robert K. Abbett (b. 1926) Timberlake Turkeys, c. 1970 signed "Abbett" lower right oil on board, 24 by 30 in. Robert Abbett, born in Indiana in 1926, is best known for his depictions of sporting dogs, fly-fishing, and western life. He began his career as an advertising illustrator, attending night and weekend classes at both the Chicago Academy of Fine Art and the American Academy of Art where he found himself drawn to editorial and advertising art. In 1953 he moved from Chicago to Connecticut to be closer to the editorial markets. There he illustrated for �Argosy,� �The Woman's Home Companion,� �Sports Afield,� �Reader's Digest,� and �True� magazines. He also worked with several West Coast motion picture studios and drew covers for many of the leading paperback publishers. Robert Abbett was commissioned to paint his first animal portrait of �Luke� in 1970. It was with this painting that he transitioned from working as an illustrator to a full-time gallery artist. Abbett is recognized as a master in the field of sporting dog portraiture. His popularity and appeal have been attributed to allowing his subjects to remain individuals. In his dog images, for example, he incorporates a pose, or an expression, that makes the animal appear real and endearing. Abbett also spends significant time creating the "right" background for his images. By setting the perimeters of the story, the background supplies much of the narrative. Using his impressionistic style, Abbett often suggests time and space without giving all of the details. The intention is to draw viewers in and give them the opportunity to complete the picture with their own experiences.
Robert Kennedy Abbett - Shore Duty

Robert Kennedy Abbett - Shore Duty

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Lot number: 50
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Robert Abbett Artworks in this Event : Shore Duty 9 by 12 inches Oil on Board Signed: ‘Abbett’’’’l/l The work is in very good condition with normal wear. With theunaided eye there are no issues. Under UV light, there are no signsof restoration. The frame is light brown colored barn wood withgold accent and is in very good condition with normalwear.
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