Lynn Bogue Hunt

United States (18781960 ) - Artworks
HUNT Lynn Bogue Mallards

Leslie Hindman /Sep 12, 2011
2,849.81 - 4,274.72
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Lynn Bogue Hunt - Irish Setter

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Irish Setter

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Lot number: 473
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Lynn Bogue Hunt (American, 1878-1960) Irish Setter Signed "LYNN BOGUE HUNT" l.l. Oil on canvas, 20 x 15 in. (50.8 x 38.1 cm), framed. Condition: Surface abrasions/grime. Framed dimensions are 24 3/8 x 19 3/8 in. There is a partial label on the frame that may be from a New York City framer in the Gramercy Park area. Major abrasion with paint loss in the shape of a script letter "m" measuring 1-3/8 x 2-1/2 inches located at the u.r. corner in the sky. Below this is a pair of dents causing a depression in the canvas surface measuring about 1 inch across and 1/2inch high. Scratch with paint loss also to u.r. corner, below and to the right of the above referenced abrasion, the scratch measuring 1 inch long. Areas of fine, stable craquelure. Discolored varnish, surface grime. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Mallards Rising

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Mallards Rising

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Lot number: 458
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Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960) Mallards Rising signed "Lynn Bogue Hunt" lower right oil on canvas, 31 1/4 by 21 1/4 in. Lynn Bogue Hunt was born in rural Honeoye Falls, New York, into a family that ran a small sawmill operation. He grew up with modest means, but spent hours outside exploring the natural surroundings in the woods near his home. He often collected birds and practiced taxidermy, a hobby that led to his accurate portrayal of his wildlife subjects. Hunt contributed illustrations to his own articles, as well as cover illustrations to magazines such as "Field & Stream," "Sports Afield," and "Free Press." In his lifetime he painted for private collectors and companies, such as DuPont, illustrated over forty books, and produced roughly two hundred and fifty magazine covers. Though he spent much of his life in New York City, far from nature, Hunt had a strong foundation as a knowledgeable outdoorsman, bird hunter, and fisherman, enabling him to accurately capture the essence of the outdoors. "Mallards Rising" is a classic illustration piece by the artist. The birds are carefully depicted with profound detail, indicating Hunt's familiarity with the species. Provenance: Dr. John Lorge III Collection
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Ruffed Grouse In The Wild Grapes

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Ruffed Grouse In The Wild Grapes

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Lot number: 21
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Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960) Ruffed Grouse in the Wild Grapes signed "Lynn Bogue Hunt" lower right oil on canvas, 18 by 19 3/4 in. Lynn Bogue Hunt was born in rural Honeoye Falls, New York into a family that ran a small sawmill operation. He grew up with modest means, but spent hours outside exploring the natural surroundings in the woods near his home. He often collected birds and practiced taxidermy, a hobby that led to his accurate portrayal of his wildlife subjects. Hunt contributed illustrations to his own articles, as well as cover illustrations to magazines such as "Field & Stream," "Sports Afield," and "Free Press." In his lifetime he painted for private collectors, companies, such as DuPont, illustrated over forty books, and produced roughly two hundred and fifty magazine covers. Though he spent much of his life in New York City, far from nature, Hunt had a strong foundation as a knowledgeable outdoorsman, bird hunter, and fisherman, enabling him to accurately capture the essence of the outdoors. Provenance: Private Collection, Midwest
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Mallards

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Mallards

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Lot number: 193
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Lynn Bogue Hunt (American, 1878-1960) Mallards oil on canvas signed Lynn Bogue Hunt (lower left) 29 1/8 x 22 inches. Estimate $ 4,000-6,000 Some minor surface dirt. Under UV: some minor retouching in a horizontal line across sky. Some artist pentimenti flouresce. Framed dimensions: 36 x 29 inches.
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Striped Marlin

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Striped Marlin

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Lot number: 232
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Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960) Striped Marlin, 1945 Signed "Lynn Bogue Hunt" lower right Oil on canvas, 17 by 21.5 inches This painting hung at the Miami Rod & Reel Club in Coral Gables, Florida. J. Lee Cuddy, who commissioned this work in the 1940s, was a world renowned angler who set numerous IGFA world records in the 1950s and 1960s and was inducted into the Scientific Anglers Hall of Fame. He was the co-owner of a fishing and tackle business in Miami, Florida along with Ted Williams, the Boston Red Sox great, and the legendary golfer Sam Snead. Lynn Bogue Hunt paintings of saltwater, big game fish are extremely difficult to come by. Many of these works were done as illustrations for S. Kip Farrington�s �Atlantic Game Fishing� published in 1937, which has a similar work of a leaping marlin on the cover. Provenance: J. Lee Cuddy Collection By descent in the family to the current owner
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