William Alexander Coulter

United States (18491936 ) - Artworks
COULTER William Alexander "emilie" Pilot Ship, No. 3

Bonhams /Aug 7, 2012
16,522.10 - 24,783.15
15,277.90

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William Alexander Coulter - The Eastport

William Alexander Coulter - The Eastport

Original 1875
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Lot number: 16
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William Alexander Coulter (1849-1936) The Eastport signed 'W. A. Coulter' (lower right) oil on canvas 24 x 40in overall: 37 3/4 x 54in PROVENANCE: With The North Point Gallery, San Francisco, California Private collection, Northern California On July 23, 1875, about a year after The Eastport was painted, the ship was wrecked on the reef near Point Arena. All passengers were saved except for a mother and her two children who drowned in the confusion. ( San Francisco Chronicle , July 25, 1875.)
William Alexander Coulter - Clipper Ship In Oahu With Diamond Head In The Distance

William Alexander Coulter - Clipper Ship In Oahu With Diamond Head In The Distance

Original 1900
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Lot number: 76030
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WILLIAM A. COULTER (American, 1849-1936) Clipper Ship in Oahu with Diamond Head in the Distance , circa 1900 Oil on canvas 20 x 30 inches (50.8 x 76.2 cm) Signed lower right: W.A. Coulter PROVENANCE: Private collection, Hawaii, circa 1920; Thence by descent. NOTE: William Alexander Coulter made several trips to Hawaii; his first trip being in 1892. His paintings of the Hawaiian harbors are most noted for their detail and luminous atmosphere. Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000. Condition Report*: Original canvas. No apparent evidence of inpaint under UV light. Areas of fluorescing may be due to an uneven varnish layer. Varnish appears to have yellowed. Minor 1/2 inch area of paint loss in the lower right quadrant with a few pinhole-sized touches of loss along the center right edge near the stretcher bar. 1 1/2 inch vertical crack in the paint layer along the upper center (near frame). Light stretcher bar marks. Framed Dimensions 26.5 X 36.5 Inches *Heritage Auctions strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Heritage regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact, and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Heritage. All lots offered are sold "AS IS". View large image(s) of this item Service and Handling Description: Requires 3rd Party Shipping (view shipping information) Sales Tax information | Terms and Conditions Bidding Guidelines and Bid Increments
William Alexander Coulter - Northern California Cove In The Moonlight

William Alexander Coulter - Northern California Cove In The Moonlight

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Lot number: 1215
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Lot# 1215 William Alexander Coulter (1849-1936 Sausalito, CA) Northern California cove in the moonlight, oil on canvas. 25.25'' H x 36'' W. est:$2500/3500 Signed lower right: W.A. Coultr (sic). Provenance: B.A. Lundstrom, San Francisco, CA (see verso label); Private Collection, Oregon. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. Uneven varnish.Your bid indicates acceptance of our Conditions of Sale. AS-IS. ALL SALES FINAL Click here to return to previous menu
William Alexander Coulter - "emilie" Pilot Ship, No. 3

William Alexander Coulter - "emilie" Pilot Ship, No. 3

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Lot number: 13
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William Alexander Coulter (1849-1936) "Emilie" Pilot Ship, No. 3 signed, dated and inscribed 'W. A. Coulter / SF 19..' (lower right) oil on canvas 24 x 36in overall: 36 1/2 x 48 3/4in PROVENANCE: Private collection, Northern California EXHIBITED: San Francisco, San Francisco Maritime Historical National Park, William A. Coulter: A Master's Brush with the Sea , April 18 - October 31, 2006. LITERATURE: Marcus De Chevrieux, William A. Coulter: A Master's Brush with the Sea , San Francisco, 2006.
William Alexander Coulter - The Four-masted Bark

William Alexander Coulter - The Four-masted Bark

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William Alexander Coulter (1849-1936) The four-masted bark Edward Sewall with the Golden Gate and Farallon Islands in the distance signed 'W.A. Coulter' (lower right) oil on canvas 32 x 24 1/4in overall: 37 1/2 x 29 1/2in PROVENANCE: Private collection, Northern California Thence by descent to the present owner EXHIBITED: San Francisco, California, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, William A. Coulter: A Master's Brush with the Sea , April 18 - October 31, 2006. LITERATURE: Marcus De Chevrieux, William A. Coulter: A Master's Brush with the Sea , 2006, p. 12. The four-masted bark, Edward Sewall , was built in 1899 by the A. Sewall & Company Shipyard at Bath, Maine. One of 10 steel-hulled vessels built by the famous shipbuilding family, she was owned and operated by her builder and first commanded by Captain Joseph E. Sewall. She registered 3206 gross tons and was 322 feet long. After about 16 years of service in the bulk cargo trades to the West Coast, Hawaii and Japan, she was sold to the Texas Company, but was laid up several years in New Orleans for lack of cargo. In 1922, the Edward Sewall joined the Star Fleet of the Alaska Packers Association in San Francisco and was renamed the Star of Shetland . As a cannery ship, she sailed about 2,500 miles each season to the salmon fishing surrounds off southern Alaska loaded with cannery workers and fishermen, then returned to San Francisco with a cargo of canned salmon and wintered in the Oakland Estuary. The shortness of the salmon season and the difficult in obtaining crews, along with a waning interest in sailing ships, brought this era to an end, and in 1936, the historic Star of Shetland - Edward Sewall was loaded with bulk cargo and towed to Japan and sold as scrap.
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