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Joe Duncan Gleason

United States (1881 -  1959 )
GLEASON Joe Duncan Red Head

Moran /Oct 21, 2014
3,708.92 - 5,192.49
2,670.48

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Joe Duncan Gleason - Small Fry  Newport Harbor

Joe Duncan Gleason - Small Fry Newport Harbor

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Lot number: 131
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Lot# 131 Joe Duncan Gleason (1881-1959 Glendale, CA) ''Small Fry - Newport Harbor'', oil on canvas, 16'' H x 20'' W, signed lower right: Duncan Gleason, titled on an artist's studio label affixed verso. Note: This painting likely depicts the artist's children. Provenance: Private Collection, Pasadena, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. A 5'' scuff mark left center. Minor surface dirt and grime scattered throughout, including a small spot above the signature. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
Joe Duncan Gleason - Mountain Cabin At Crestline

Joe Duncan Gleason - Mountain Cabin At Crestline

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Lot number: 6
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Lot# 006 Joe Duncan Gleason (1881-1959 Glendale, CA) ''Mountain Cabin at Crestline'', San Bernardino mountain landscape with cabin, oil on board, 10'' H x 8'' W, signed lower right: Duncan Gleason, signed faintly lower left: J. Duncan Gleason, titled on an artist's label affixed to the backing board verso. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor wear in the four corners. Blacklight: Two pea-sized spots and a few small lines of touch-up in the sky upper left.
Joe Duncan Gleason - With Stunsails Set

Joe Duncan Gleason - With Stunsails Set

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Lot number: 89
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Lot# 089 Joe Duncan Gleason (1881-1959 Glendale, CA) ''With Stunsails Set'', the clipper ship ''Flying Cloud'', oil on canvas, 20'' H x 24'' W, signed lower right: Duncan Gleason, titled on an artist's label affixed verso. Provenance: Estate, Glendale, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
Joe Duncan Gleason - Red Head

Joe Duncan Gleason - Red Head

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Lot number: 202
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Lot 202: Joe Duncan Gleason (1881-1959 Glendale, CA) ''Red Head (sic)'', Young girl on a beach, signed lower right: Duncan Gleason, titled on an artist label affixed verso, oil on canvas, 20'' H x 16'' W, est: $5000/7000. Visual: Generally good condition. A 1'' line of scattered minor paint loss and abrasion to figure's bangs with corresponding patch verso. Blacklight: Minor, older touch-up around the area of loss. Estate of the artist; by descent in the family to the owner; Private Collection, Newport Beach, CA 20'' H x 16'' W Joe Duncan Gleason (1881-1959 Glendale, CA) oil on canvas
Joe Duncan Gleason - The Beautiful Bay Of Avalon

Joe Duncan Gleason - The Beautiful Bay Of Avalon

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Lot number: 15
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''The Beautiful Bay of Avalon'', Panoramic view of Avalon Harbor with Holly Hill House and Sugar Loaf Casino in the distance, circa 1920, signed lower right: J. Duncan Gleason, titled on an artist's studio label affixed verso, oil on board, 8'' H x 10'' W, est: $20,000/25,000. Note: This painting depicts two important historical landmarks in Avalon: Peter Gano's house, ''Look Out Cot'', which was purchased in 1921 by the Giddings Family and renamed ''Holly Hill House'' after the sprawling holly shrubs indigenous to the hillside around it, and, prominently seen across the harbor, Sugarloaf Casino, built by William Wrigley Jr. in 1920. Peter Gano was a city civil engineer who helped design Avalon's first fresh water system for George Shatto. Gano purchased the property from Shatto for $500, whereupon he built his dream house with the help of his blind horse, Mercury. Likely painted in the early 1920's, the present work?s depiction of two prominent landmarks in Avalon offers a rare historical record of the these two structures, even showing Gano?s famous grapevines spilling out of the verandas. Gleason was commissioned by the Giddings Family to paint other versions of this subject as gifts for family members but this was the first and original gift from Gleason to the family depicting this scene. The artist affixed a poem to the board backing paper written by Mrs. Jennie L.H. Giddings, titled ''Beautiful Bay of Avalon''. According to the Giddings family, Gleason loved this poem and it's likely that it served as his inspiration to paint this harbor view. ''The Beautiful Bay of Avalon'' hung in the Holly Hill House for the entire duration of the Giddings family's ownership . Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor frame abrasion along the upper edge. The board very slightly bowed. Blacklight: No evidence of touch-up under blacklight. A few tiny spots fluoresce on the porch, to the left of the house, in the lower left corner and a tiny spot on the hillside, but these appear to be in the hand of the artist. This painting depicts two important historical landmarks in Avalon: Peter Gano's house, ''Look Out Cot'', which was purchased in 1921 by the Giddings Family and renamed ''Holly Hill House'' after the sprawling holly shrubs indigenous to the hillside around it, and, prominently seen across the harbor, Sugarloaf Casino, built by William Wrigley Jr. in 1920. Peter Gano was a city civil engineer who helped design Avalon's first fresh water system for George Shatto. Gano purchased the property from Shatto for $500, whereupon he built his dream house with the help of his blind horse, Mercury. Likely painted in the early 1920's, the present work?s depiction of two prominent landmarks in Avalon offers a rare historical record of the these two structures, even showing Gano?s famous grapevines spilling out of the verandas. Gleason was commissioned by the Giddings Family to paint other versions of this subject as gifts for family members but this was the first and original gift from Gleason to the family depicting this scene. The artist affixed a poem to the board backing paper written by Mrs. Jennie L.H. Giddings, titled ''Beautiful Bay of Avalon''. According to the Giddings family, Gleason loved this poem and it's likely that it served as his inspiration to paint this harbor view. ''The Beautiful Bay of Avalon'' hung in the Holly Hill House for the entire duration of the Giddings family's ownership The Giddings Family, Avalon, CA, a gift from the artist; Mrs. Jennie L.H. Giddings; by descent to June Giddings, 31 March 1947 (see verso frame inscription); by descent in the family to the present owner, Jane ''Jae'' Giddings Carmichael 8'' H x 10'' W Joe Duncan Gleason (1881-1959 Glendale, CA) oil on board circa 1920
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