Jasper Francis Cropsey

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CROPSEY Jasper Francis The Temple Of The Sibyl, Tivoli

Sotheby's /Apr 16, 2014
14,520.11 - 21,780.17
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Jasper Francis Cropsey - Landscape View Near Catskill Mountain House

Jasper Francis Cropsey - Landscape View Near Catskill Mountain House

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Jasper Francis Cropsey (1823-1900) Landscape View near Catskill Mountain House signed 'J.F. Cropsey' (lower left)--dated '1867' (lower center) oil on panel 12¼ x 9½ in. (31.1 x 24.1 cm.) (Possibly) C.W. Wheeler. Private collection. Private collection, acquired from the above. Christie's, New York, 27 September 2011, lot 81. Questroyal Fine Art, LLC, New York, acquired from the above. Acquired by the present owner from the above, 2011.
Jasper Francis Cropsey - View Of Richmond Hill

Jasper Francis Cropsey - View Of Richmond Hill

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Property from a Private Collection, Charlottesville, Virginia Jasper Francis Cropsey (American, 1823-1900) View of Richmond Hill oil on canvas 12 1/2 x 20 1/2in Footnotes PROVENANCE: The artist Isabel Steinschneider, granddaughter of the above, by descent Private collection, doctor of the above, possibly acquired from the above Dr. Michael Bender, acquired from the above By descent to the present owner LITERATURE: K. Maddox, Jasper Francis Cropsey Catalogue Raisonné Works in Oil, Volume One: 1842-1863 , Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, 2013, p. 359, no. 670, illustrated. EXHIBITED: Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, Newington-Cropsey Foundation, Scenes from a Century Past--Reflections of the Spirit: Vibrant Forces for Rebirth as We Enter the New Millennium , 2000 (as Study for Richmond Hill in the Summer of 1862 ). Yonkers, New York, Hudson River Museum, The Panoramic River: the Hudson and the Thames , February 2-May 19, 2013, p. 164, illustrated (as Richmond Hill Study ). During his second trip England from 1856-1863, Jasper Cropsey produced two grand scale, panoramic landscapes that were met with great critical acclaim. Autumn - On the Hudson River of 1860 which now resides in the National Gallery in Washington D.C., was well received by the press and burnished the young artist's reputation earning him, in part, an audience with Queen Victoria. Following on his recent success, Cropsey unveiled Richmond Hill in the Summer of 1862 . Both works were massive in scale, nine and eight feet long respectively, and seen at the time as virtual pendants. The view of the Thames from Richmond Hill outside of London was always a popular prospect for many artists, poets and sightseers. The city of Richmond, Virginia derives its name because its view over the James River reminded its founder William Byrd of his experience in Richmond, England as a youth. Richmond Hill most likely dates from 1861 and is one of two extant preparatory oils for his larger composition. Here, the artist concentrates solely on the landscape attempting to capture the summer atmosphere above the shimmering river. In his later study he adds a couple of figures to the landscape, ultimately including an array of men, women, children and animals in the foreground in the final composition. Saleroom notices Please note that this lot is incorrectly listed as lot 82 in the printed catalog.
Jasper Francis Cropsey - View Of The Palisades On The Hudson

Jasper Francis Cropsey - View Of The Palisades On The Hudson

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JASPER FRANCIS CROPSEY American (1823-1900) View of the Palisades on the Hudson oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1894. 16 x 30 Provenance: The artist; Private collection, Syracuse, New York; T.W. Conroy, Baldswinsville, New York, April 29, 2006, lot 3125; Vallejo Gallery, Newport Beach, California; Private collection, Midwest. Exhibitions: (Possibly) The National Academy of Design, New York, Autumn Exhibition, 1894, n. 272, as "On the Hudson". Other Notes: The painting is included in the catalogue raisonne of the artist's works, n. 2125LC. Our thanks to Dr. Kenneth W. Maddox, of the Newington-Cropsey Foundation for his assistance in cataloguing this lot. Estimate $ 60,000-80,000
Jasper Francis Cropsey - The Temple Of The Sibyl, Tivoli

Jasper Francis Cropsey - The Temple Of The Sibyl, Tivoli

Original 1848
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This painting will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work to be published by the Newington-Cropsey Foundation. Provenance Sale: Henry H. Leeds & Co., New York, March 16-17, 1859, lot 175 (as The Temple of the Sybil) A.M. Cozzens, New York, 1859-1868 Sale: Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., May 23, 1868, Lot 57 (as Sibyls Temple of Italy) Sale: Christie's, New York, June 3, 1983, lot 22 (as Idyllic Landscape) Sale: Christie's, New York, September 21, 1984, lot 78 (as Temple of the Sibyl, Tivoli) Sale: Shannon's, Greenwich, Connecticut, April 26, 2001, lot 62 (as The Temple of the Sibyl, Tivoli, Italy) Acquired at the above sale by the present owner Exhibited Savannah, Georgia, Telfair Museum of Art, August, 2001 34 Jasper Francis Cropsey 1823 - 1900 THE TEMPLE OF THE SIBYL, TIVOLI partially signed ...sey and dated 48 (lower left) oil on panel 16 1/2 by 16 inches (42 by 40.5 cm) Estimate 20,000 - 30,000 USD Print SURFACE: in good condition; there are a few scattered irregularities to surface, mostly all of them at lower right quadrant--they are not particulalry noticeable and this does not detract from the aesthetic of the work and pigment retention is good in these spots UNDER ULTRA VIOLET: scattered areas of repaint--largest in sky at center (about 4 by 3 in.), upper center in sky and at upper and lower right corners; a few scattered spots of inpaint in some of the areas of surface irregularities mentioned above
Jasper Francis Cropsey - Stoke Poges

Jasper Francis Cropsey - Stoke Poges

Original 1881
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Jasper Francis Cropsey (1823-1900) Stoke Poges signed and dated 'J.F. Cropsey/1867' (lower right) oil on canvas 20 x 32 in. (50.8 x 81.3 cm.) Wolfgang Pogzeba, New Mexico, by 1980. Ira Spanierman, Inc., New York, 1980. Private collection, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1986. By descent to the present owner, 1998. Marquette University, Changes: Art in America, 1881-1981, exhibition catalogue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1981, p. 26, no. 5, illustrated. G.G. Sill, "Americans Abroad," Portfolio, vol. 5, March-April 1983, pp. 72, 75, illustrated. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Marquette University, Changes: Art in America, 1881-1981, October 4-November 6, 1981, no. 5.
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