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Thomas Moran

United States (1837 -  1926 ) Wikipedia® : Thomas Moran
MORAN Thomas Sunset, Amagansett

Sotheby's /Nov 18, 2015
466,157.00 - 652,619.80
504,428.80

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Thomas Moran - The Grand Cañon Of The Colorado, Near The Junction Of The Little Colorado, Moran Point

Thomas Moran - The Grand Cañon Of The Colorado, Near The Junction Of The Little Colorado, Moran Point

Original 1892
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Lot number: 41
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Lot Description Thomas Moran (1837-1926) The Grand Cañon of the Colorado, Near the Junction of the Little Colorado, Moran Point signed with initials in monogram and dated 'TMoran./1892' and signed again with initials in monogram (lower right)--inscribed with title and dated again 'Augt 29th 1892' (lower left) watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper laid down on board 16 ½ x 23 ½ in. (41.9 x 59.7 cm.) Executed in 1892. Provenance The artist. (Probably) Gustave H. Buek, Brooklyn and East Hampton, New York, acquired from the above. (Probably) Estate of the above. (Probably) Sale: Anderson Galleries, New York, American Water Colors: The Collection Formed by the Late G.H. Buek, Easthampton, L.I. , 4 November 1927, lot 58, sold by the above. (Probably) Leroy Ireland, acquired from the above. Senator Edward Hall Moore, Oklahoma, circa 1940s. Isabella M. Penrod, niece of the above, by descent from the above, 1950. By descent to the late owner. Literature (Probably) C.C. Clark, Thomas Moran's Watercolors of the American West , Ph.D. dissertation, Case Western Reserve University, 1981, p. 283, no. 118 (as The Grand Canyon of the Colorado ). (Probably) C. Clark, Thomas Moran: Watercolors of the American West , Austin, Texas, 1980, p. 139, no. 118 (as The Grand Canyon of the Colorado ). View Lot Notes >
Thomas Moran - Stream With Trees

Thomas Moran - Stream With Trees

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Lot number: 10
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20-1/4" x 30-1/4" canvas"Stream with Trees", 1901. Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left corner, in a gilt frame with name plate, overall 23-5/8"- 33-5/8". Label verso from J. J. Gillespie, Pittsburgh. Private collection, and by descent in the family of the current owner. Mr. Stephen L. Good has confirmed authenticity of this painting. To be included in the upcoming Thomas Moran catalogue raisonne.
Thomas Moran - Jupiter Terrace, Yellowstone

Thomas Moran - Jupiter Terrace, Yellowstone

Original 1893
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Lot number: 101
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Lot Description Thomas Moran (1837-1926) Jupiter Terrace, Yellowstone signed with conjoined initials and dated 'TMoran./1893.' (lower left) oil on canvas 20 x 30 in. (50.8 x 76.2 cm.) Painted in 1893. Provenance The Milch Galleries, New York. Newhouse Galleries, New York, acquired from the above. Frank Hancock Reed, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mrs. Isabelle Steep Reed, Beverly Hills, California, wife of the above, 1931. Private collection, Honolulu, Hawaii, by descent, circa 1950. Private collection, by descent, 1965. Butterfields, San Francisco, California, 6 November 1986, lot 2019, sold by the above. The Regis Collection, Minneapolis, Minnesota, acquired from the above. Christie's, New York, 26 May 1994, lot 73, sold by the above. Private collection, New Jersey, acquired from the above. Private collection. Acquired by the present owner from the above. Literature "Last Pioneer-Painter: Thomas Moran Outlived Western Exploring Age; Works Shown at Local Gallery," Los Angeles Times, July 29, 1928. This painting will be included in Stephen L. Good's and Phyllis Braff's forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work. Exhibited Los Angeles, California, Biltmore Salon, Memorial Exhibition, September 27-October 17, 1928, no. 1. Los Angeles, California, Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, July 24-September 1, 1932, no. 4. Montclair, New Jersey, Montclair Art Museum, Passionate Pursuits: Hidden Treasures of the Garden State, September 29, 1996-January 5, 1997. View Lot Notes >
Thomas Moran - Sunset, Amagansett

Thomas Moran - Sunset, Amagansett

Original 1905
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Lot number: 79
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Thomas Moran 1837 - 1926 SUNSET, AMAGANSETT signed T. Moran and dated 1905 (lower right) oil on canvas 30 1/2 by 40 1/2 inches (77.5 by 102.9 cm) Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Authentication This painting will be included in Stephen L. Good's and Phyllis Braff's forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work. Provenance Private Collection, Akron Ohio, 1970s Sold: Coeur d'Alene, Reno, Nevada, July 26, 2008, lot 36, illustrated Michael Altman Fine Art, New York Acquired by the present owner from the above, 2009 Catalogue Note According to Phyllis Braff, "Amagansett, a hamlet on the south shore of eastern Long Island, was a frequent motif for Thomas Moran, who owned a studio-home in the adjacent village of East Hampton. Settled by Dutch farmers in the late 17th century, the hamlet had retained an Indian name and had also retained picturesque qualities that Moran found appealing. The unspoiled vegetation and small pools of water were well suited to an interest in serene, pastoral settings, and the windmill could provide a reference to an old, almost timeless lifestyle. His Amagansett themes were in tune with an era of renewed appreciation for the past and increasing opposition to spreading industrial development. "Moran's reputation as a painter of resonant, luminous effects can be linked, in part, to the atmospheric conditions he included in his paintings of this region. Amagansett, an area of low terrain bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and by Gardiner's Bay and Accabonac Harbor on the other, provided an opportunity for the artist to add dramatic, water-enhanced reflections to compositions with large unbroken skies. "Sunset, Amagansett with its pink, white and golden clouds ranging from celebratory to somber, is one of several Moran paintings of Long Island from this time that reinforce his strong interest in natural phenomena. In his concerns with observing the time of day, or the seasons, he often implies symbolic readings for these themes. Moran had begun to address the challenge of translating atmospheric characteristics to art in his early career. As a young artist studying the great landscape masters in London, he gave special attention to the skies of Constable and Turner. Sketches from this period were kept in his Long Island studio." See More See Less
Thomas Moran - Coming To Anchor.

Thomas Moran - Coming To Anchor.

Original 1885
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Lot number: 1
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THOMAS MORAN (after Chase) Coming to Anchor. Etching, roulette, and sandpaper ground on Chine collé, 1885. 280x680 mm; 11x26 3/4 inches, full margins. Signed by both Thomas Moran and Harry Chase, lower margin, with the anchor remarqué lower left. A superb, well-inked impression of this scarce, early American etching. We have found only one other impression of this subject at auction in the past 30 years. Klackner 43.
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