Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam

(18471929 ) - Artworks
ADAM Edouard, A. du Havre The French Brig

Bonhams /Sep 13, 2011
1,693.77 - 2,258.36
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Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - The Three-master Hahnemann

Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - The Three-master Hahnemann

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Lot number: 403
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Édouard-Adam of Le Havre (French, 1847-1929) The three-master Hahnemann in full sail off a headland oil on canvas 30 x 41¾ in. (76.2 x 106 cm.) The three-masted iron full-rigger Hahnemann was built for Stuart & Douglas by Oswald at Southampton in 1882. Registered at 1,937 tons, she was 270 feet long with a 40 foot beam, and spent most of her early career turning in good passages in the Rangoon trade even though she is chiefly remembered for her epic 210-day voyage to San Francisco in 1897. Departing from Dungeness on 25th September that year, her master Captain Bindon fell dangerously ill but refused to put into Valparaiso for treatment and subsequently died at sea. Later, a desperate shortage of water and provisions caused serious privation amongst her crew which was only alleviated thanks to a chance encounter with the U.S. sloop-of-war Adams which replenished her stores and enabled her to stay on her course and eventually make San Francisco and the 'Golden Gate' safely.
Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - Marie-edouard Adam  The American Ship  
Olive S Southard 
 Of San Francisco In French

Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - Marie-edouard Adam The American Ship Olive S Southard Of San Francisco In French

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Marie-Edouard Adam (Brie-Comte-Robert 1847-1929 Le Havre) The American ship Olive S Southard of San Francisco in French waters off Le Havre signed and dated 'Ed Adam 1884' and with anchor device oil on canvas 25 x 36 in. (63.5 x 91.4 cm.) Thomas Jefferson Southard (1808-1896), a descendant of Samuel Foster and therefore 'A Son of the American Revolution', was born in Sagadahoc, Maine and, after starting work as a blacksmith, became a famous shipbuilder in Richmond, Maine. Beginning in 1840 over the next fifty years he and his company built some sixty sailing vessels, including in 1871, the 1200-ton ship, Olive S Southard, named after a daughter-in-law. Later T.J. Southard became a shipowner, hence his house flag which showed his initials and an anvil in its centre. The Olive S Southard traded on the Pacific coast of North America and her master in the years 1883 to 1889, even after she was taken over by Montgomery & Colwell, was M.H. Walker. She is seen here 'making her number', JQWP.
Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - Portrait Of The Ship

Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - Portrait Of The Ship

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Lot number: 248
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PORTRAIT OF THE SHIP HINDOSTAN , SCHOOL OF EDOUARD ADAM SR. (FRENCH, 1847-1929). Watercolor on paper, unsigned. Large portrait with wonderful detail. In a frame, 32"h. 43.25"w. Research has located several British ships named Hindostan (variously Hindustan ), and one appears similar in size and rigging was an East Indiaman purchased by the Royal Navy in 1795 and was lost to fire in 1804. However, the date of this watercolor would suggest a later ship by that name. See also lot 249 for another ship portait by the same hand. Estimate $ 1,500-2,500 We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.
Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - The French Brig

Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - The French Brig

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Lot number: 74
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Back to catalogue Place Bid or Track Lot Lot No: 74 �douard Adam (French, 1847-1929) The French brig Dieudonne in full sail off a headland signed 'Ed. Adam', inscribed 'Havre' and dated 1912 (lower right) oil on canvas 92 x 60.2cm (36 1/4 x 23 11/16in). Estimate: �1,500 - 2,000, � 1,700 - 2,300 View Condition Report Contact the Specialist to discuss this lot or selling in a future sale Email: Alistair Laird Tel: +44 20 7468 8211 To subscribe to or order a Printed Catalogue quote ref: 18922 Tel: +44 (0) 1666 502 200
Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - The Auxiliary Steamer  
County Of Sutherland  
 At Sea Under Steam And Sail

Edouard, A. Du Havre Adam - The Auxiliary Steamer County Of Sutherland At Sea Under Steam And Sail

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Lot number: 223
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Édouard Adam (French, 1847-1929) The auxiliary steamer County of Sutherland at sea under steam and sail signed 'Ed Adam', inscribed 'Havre' and dated 1878 (lower right) oil on canvas 62.2 x 91.4cm (24 1/2 x 36in). Footnote: The general cargo steamer County of Sutherland was built by Connells of Glasgow in 1873. Owned by R. & J. Craig, also of Glasgow, as their first steamship, she was registered at 2,617 tons gross (1,696 net), measured 334 feet in length with a 38 foot beam and was engined by J. & J. Thompson of Glasgow. After only eight years with her original owners however, she was sold to British India Associated Steamers Ltd. (commonly known as the Queensland Royal Mail Line) in 1881 and renamed Roma . Placed on her new owners' London – Brisbane service, she maintained this until the beginning of 1894 when she was relegated to Indian coastal duties until broken up in June 1898.
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