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Henry Chapman Ford

United States (1828 -  1894 )
FORD Henry Chapman Santa Barbara Mission

Moran /Oct 22, 2013
14,633.79 - 21,950.68
37,296.30

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Henry Chapman Ford - San Gabriel

Henry Chapman Ford - San Gabriel

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Lot number: 2150
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Lot# 2150 Henry Chapman Ford (1828 - 1894 Santa Barbara, CA) ''San Gabriel'', mission scene Watercolor on paper under glass Signed and dated lower right: H.C Ford / 82, titled lower left Sight size: 13.75'' H x 5.25'' W P : Sale: Moran's, Pasadena, CA, lot 65, February, 15, 2011; Private Collection, Seal Beach, CA, acquired from the above. Notes: Framed size: 21.25'' H x 12.5'' W x 1'' D. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with a few spots of foxing scattered throughout. Toning to the paper. Not examined out of the frame. Click here to return to previous menu
Henry Chapman Ford - Santa Barbara Mission, From Franciscan Missions Of California

Henry Chapman Ford - Santa Barbara Mission, From Franciscan Missions Of California

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Lot number: 7164
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Property of the Fish Family Trust, Pasadena and Montecito, California

Henry Chapman Ford (American, 1828-1894)

Santa Barbara Mission, from Franciscan Missions of California

, 1888

Etching on wove paper, signed in pencil, with full margins, laid down, framed.

5 x 7 1/4in

sheet 10 3/4 x 12 5/8in
Henry Chapman Ford - San Diego

Henry Chapman Ford - San Diego

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Lot number: 7139
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Henry Chapman Ford (American, 1828-1894)

San Diego, pl. 1; San Juan Capistrano, pl. 3; Soledad, pl. 15, from Etchings of the Franciscan Missions of California
, 1883
Etchings on Japan paper, each signed in pencil, from the edition of 50, published by Studio Pres, New York, with full margins, not framed. (3)

each 7 x 12 7/8in
sheet each 12 1/2 x 17 1/2in
Henry Chapman Ford - Santa Barbara Mission

Henry Chapman Ford - Santa Barbara Mission

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Lot number: 141
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''Santa Barbara Mission'', Sweeping view of Santa Barbara and the Mission, signed and dated lower right: H.C. Ford 1881, titled on gallery label verso, oil on canvas, 10'' H x 24'' W, est: $20,000/30,000. Exhibited: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, ''A Painter's Paradise: Artists and the California Landscape'', November 1996 - February 1997; The Valley Club of Montecito, Santa Barbara, CA, ''Art Exhibition of California Plein Air Paintings 1878 - 1950'', November 2001 - January 2002; Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, ''California Missions'', August - September 2006. Note: The present work is an exceptional example from Henry Chapman Ford?s unprecedented and historically important portfolio of oilpaintings, watercolors, and etchings of the Missions of California that the artist executed in the late 19th Century. The sweepingly impressive and detailed vista of the City of Santa Barbara features the Queen of the Missions at the center of the composition. Ford painted the historically accurate scene in realistic tones with fine, precise brushwork, but still includes a moment of whimsy -- along the lower center edge Ford paints a charming California ground squirrel on his haunches positioned as if he is surveying the majestic view before him.
Visual: Generally good condition. A speck of loss along the upper center edge. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
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The present work is an exceptional example from Henry Chapman Ford?s unprecedented and historically important portfolio of oilpaintings, watercolors, and etchings of the Missions of California that the artist executed in the late 19th Century. The sweepingly impressive and detailed vista of the City of Santa Barbara features the Queen of the Missions at the center of the composition. Ford painted the historically accurate scene in realistic tones with fine, precise brushwork, but still includes a moment of whimsy -- along the lower center edge Ford paints a charming California ground squirrel on his haunches positioned as if he is surveying the majestic view before him
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Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA; The Estate of Ernest A. Bryant III, Santa Barbara, CA, acquired from the above
10'' H x 24'' W
Henry Chapman Ford (1828-1894 Santa Barbara, CA)
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, ''A Painter's Paradise: Artists and the California Landscape'', November 1996 - February 1997; The Valley Club of Montecito, Santa Barbara, CA, ''Art Exhibition of California Plein Air Paintings 1878 - 1950'', November 2001 - January 2002; Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, ''California Missions'', August - September 2006
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Henry Chapman Ford - A View Of Santa Barbara

Henry Chapman Ford - A View Of Santa Barbara

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Lot number: 8
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Henry Chapman Ford (American, 1828-1894)
A view of Santa Barbara
unsigned
oil on canvas affixed to board
18 x 30in
overall: 22 1/4 x 34 1/4in
Footnote:
PROVENANCE: Gift from the artist Thence by descent to the present owner The ranch in the foreground belonged to the Webster family, circa 1875. The Websters were cousins of the artist. Ford stayed with the family upon his arrival from Chicago following a devastating fire at his studio, which destroyed much of his work. Ford painted this work as a wedding gift to his cousin and his new bride.
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