David A. Maass

United States (1929 ) - Artworks
MAASS David A. Mallards Taking Flight

Bonhams /Apr 30, 2013
5,407.91 - 7,725.59
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David A. Maass - Untitled

David A. Maass - Untitled

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Lot number: 862
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Description: DAVID MAASS (b. 1929): UNTITLED (CANADA GEESE IN FLIGHT) Oil on board, signed 'Maass' lower right, with label from The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis. 23 x 32 in., 30 x 29 in. (frame). Provenance: McQuay-Perfex, Inc., acquired as a gift by the present owner.
David A. Maass - Winged Bullets Canvasbacks

David A. Maass - Winged Bullets Canvasbacks

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Lot number: 391
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David Maass (b. 1929) Winged Bullets Canvasbacks signed "Maass" lower right oil on board, 20 by 24 in. Abercrombie & Fitch Co. New York, NY label on back An avid sportsman and ardent contributor to conservation organizations, David Maass has been actively painting game birds for more than thirty years. In the past twenty years he has designed more than thirty conservation stamps and prints, a distinction few artists can claim. Over the last several years, Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation, and the Minnesota Wildlife Heritage Foundation have each named David Maass their Artist of the Year. Maass' original paintings and limited edition prints have been exhibited in galleries and shows throughout the country, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, and the annual Minnesota Wildlife Heritage Foundation Show in Minneapolis. An original Canada goose painting by David Maass is also part of the permanent collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
David A. Maass - Canada Geese In Flight

David A. Maass - Canada Geese In Flight

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Lot number: 153
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McQuay-Perfex, Inc. Acquired as a gift from the above by the present owner 153 PROPERTY FROM THE MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ART SOLD TO BENEFIT FUTURE ACQUISITIONS David Maass B.1930 CANADA GEESE IN FLIGHT signed Maass (lower right) oil on masonite 23 by 32 in. 58.5 by 82 cm. Estimate 5,000 - 7,000 USD Print SURFACE: in good condition. UNDER ULTRAVIOLET: no apparent inpainting.
David A. Maass - Mallards Taking Flight

David A. Maass - Mallards Taking Flight

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Lot number: 131
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David A. Maass (American, born 1929) Mallards taking flight signed 'Maass' (lower right) oil on masonite 26 x 36in overall: 31 1/2 x 41 1/2in PROVENANCE: Collection of Margie and Robert E. Petersen, Beverly Hills, California A copy of Michael McIntosh's book, The Wildfowl Art of David Maass, Masters of the Wild , signed by the artist and the author, accompanies this lot.
David A. Maass - Canvasbacks Coming In

David A. Maass - Canvasbacks Coming In

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David Maass (b. 1929) Canvasbacks Coming In signed "Maass" lower right oil on board, 26 by 42 in. "Each new painting that comes to us from this artist is a delight, for his range is vast and change is always evident. In some you can feel the approaching storm; in others, the soft fall of leaves coaxed by autumn breezes. His are scenes you've witnessed and with which you want to live." -The Crossroads of Sport An avid sportsman and ardent contributor to conservation organizations, David Maass has been actively painting game birds for more than thirty years. In the past twenty years he has designed more than thirty conservation stamps and prints, a distinction few artists can claim. Over the last several years, Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation, and the Minnesota Wildlife Heritage Foundation have each named David Maass their Artist of the Year. Maass' originals and limited edition prints have been exhibited in galleries and shows throughout the country, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, and the annual Minnesota Wildlife Heritage Foundation Show in Minneapolis. An original Canada goose painting by David Maass is also part of the permanent collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Provenance: The Finnell Family Trust Literature: "The Crossroads of Sport, Inc.," New York, NY, 1977-78, p. 2.
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