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James D. Julia

James D. Julia
203 Rt. 201, P.o Box 830 (maine)
0 4937
Fairfield
us
207-453-7125
207-453-2502
info@jamesdjulia.com
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203 Rt. 201, P.o Box 830 (maine), Fairfield, US

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 Scuola Persiana - Miniatures

Scuola Persiana - Miniatures

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Lot number: 3031
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Lot 3031: THREE FRAMED GROUPS OF MINIATURES. 19th/20th century, Persia and India. Includes a Persian miniature of a prince, a pair of Indian miniatures depicting Krishna and Varaha, the third is a princess and her attendant in a courtyard pavilion. Each framed. SIZE: Largest: 9" x 6-1/2". CONDITION: Edges worn and overall wear. 49990-7
Mildred Gregory Washington - Senza Titolo

Mildred Gregory Washington - Senza Titolo

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Lot number: 2027
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Lot 2027: EXTRAORDINARY WASHINGTON FAMILY SILK EMBROIDERY. Second half 18th century, probably Fredericksburg, Virginia. This silk work wrought by Mildred Gregory Washington (1777-1805), daughter of Charles Washington and niece of General George Washington. Mildred Gregory Washington, second wife of Captain Thomas Hammond of Charles Town, Jefferson County, Virginia was married until her death in 1804/05. Capt. Thomas Hammond then married Nancy Newton Collins in 1807, retaining the silk work within their family. Their son, George Washington Hammond married Sarah Ann Taylor, retaining the silk work in their family. Their daughters were Florinda Jones Hammond (1846-1922) and Mary Mildred Hammond (1836-1933). Mary Mildred Sillivan (nee Hammond) took stewardship of the silk work. Subsequently she gifted the silk work to her niece, Elizabeth Tilford Keferstein (1874-1941), daughter of Florinda Hammond Tilford and John Boyle Tilford, Jr. A family quilt exists, fashioned over a period of 6 years by the three wives of Captain Thomas Hammond including Mildory Gregory Washington and Nancy Newton Collins. The silk and chenille embroidered picture depicting a young woman in a fitted pale blue jacket with dark trim, with a brimmed cap, wearing a blue and gold striped full length skirt and black shoes, holding a hay rake in her right hand. She is facing a young man in blue jacket with white trousers and leggings, black shoes with buckles and seated on a haystack beside a seated dog, holding a pitchfork, all on a grassy foreground. They are positioned beneath a large central willow tree, a bird flying within. The middle ground with spotted pig, fence, and small farmhouse. Rendered overall in muted and subdued tones of golds, silvers, greens and blues. This rare folk art rendition with similarities to the rural themes seen in the "Fishing Lady" embroideries of Boston and also with regional characteristics of rural Virginia, Frederick County in the 18th century. References: The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Collection of family documents from the Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room, Handley Regional Library, Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, Winchester, Virginia. For additional background information of the the family see "Uplifting of the South" by Kathleen Curtis Wilson and "Mary Mildred Sullivan (Mrs. Algernon Sydney Sullivan) A Biography" by Anne Middleton Holmes. Accompanied by a typed history titled, "EARLY AMERICAN SILK EMBROIDERY Ð A Family Relic", documented and written by George Hammond Sullivan, son of Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Mary Mildred Hammond Sullivan, New York, September 1, 1923. It is our opinion that this is a rare and superior example of 18th Century Folk Art needlework worthy of any serious collector's attention with extraordinary potential for appreciation. SIZE: Sight 15_ x 12-1/4_. CONDITION: The silk work in very good structural condition. The foundation now a medium brown from age with some deeper discoloration in area around the young woman's torso. There is also some fraying to the foundation along the borders of the work, outside the borders of the stitching. The colors are somewhat faded, but present a pleasing overall tonality. 49889-1
Abbott Fuller Graves - A Hot Shoe

Abbott Fuller Graves - A Hot Shoe

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Lot number: 1019
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Lot 1019: ABBOTT FULLER GRAVES (American, 1859-1936) "A HOT SHOE". Description: oil on canvas. Housed in a period carved giltwood frame with gilt liner.. Signed and inscribed lower right "Abbott Graves of Kennebunkport, ME". Attached to back is a conservation report from Yoder Conservation, Cleveland, Ohio dated 2002. SIZE: 32" x 46". Overall: 42" x 56-1/2" CONDITION: Very good, restored condition. Lined with some minor touch up (mostly in white horse) 50494-2
 Anonymous - Black Farmer

Anonymous - Black Farmer

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Lot number: 3167
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Lot 3167: HOYT "BLACK FARMER" AUTOMATON. Description: Please Note (080316): "Probably by Hoyt" should be removed from the description. This automation was made by Hoyt. We guarantee this to be Hoyt. Late 19th/early 20th century, Germany. Probably by Hoyt, original paper label now absent. Mechanical key-wind, die cut lithograph depicting black farmer in cap, checked shirt and overalls. Brass spring-driven clock movement controls the head to tilt left and right while mouth opens and closes and eyes also move left to right. The whole mounted in shadowbox oak frame with silver slip under glass. SIZE: 21-1/2" x 16-1/2" sight. 27" h x 22 " w overall. CONDITION: Backboard on frame a replacement. Movement original and functioning. Slight yellowing to cream background and to lower area of bust figure. Otherwise good and untouched. 50461-1
Montague Dawson - The Lofty Trader -the Scottish Moors Built

Montague Dawson - The Lofty Trader -the Scottish Moors Built

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Lot number: 2012
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Lot 2012: MONTAGUE DAWSON (British, 1890-1973) "THE LOFTY TRADER -THE SCOTTISH MOORS BUILT 1890". Description: Large oil on canvas nautical scene shows a large tall ship in full sale sailing toward viewer at a slight angle. Several men are on deck and seagulls fly off the stern. A few sailboats can be seen on the horizon with a low land mass. Expansive blue and white cloud sky. Housed in a gilt decorated frame with title and artist plaque. Signed lower left, "Montague Dawson". On verso is a label with artist and title, also a stamp from Peikin-Mueller, Inc Art Dealers, NY. SIZE: 42" x 28". Overall 48" x 34". PROVENANCE: Private Maine/Texas Collector. CONDITION: Some paint separation in the upper clouds, otherwise very good. 50012-45
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