Hermann Dudley Murphy

(18671945 ) - Artworks
MURPHY Hermann Dudley Elephants & Tulips

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Hermann Dudley Murphy - Twilight In The Courtyard

Hermann Dudley Murphy - Twilight In The Courtyard

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Lot number: 98
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James Graham and Sons, New York 98 PROPERTY OF A PRIVATELY HELD COMPANY Hermann Dudley Murphy 1867 - 1945 TWILIGHT IN THE COURTYARD signed H Dudley Murphy and with the artist's device (lower left) oil on canvas 25 by 30 in. 63.5 by 76.2 cm. Estimate 5,000 - 7,000 USD Print canvas is lined. SURFACE: in good condition. UNDER ULTRAVIOLET: no apparent inpainting.
Hermann Dudley Murphy - Moro Castle, San Juan

Hermann Dudley Murphy - Moro Castle, San Juan

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Lot number: 31
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HERMANN DUDLEY MURPHY (American, 1867-1945) MORO CASTLE, SAN JUAN oil on panel; signed H. Dudley Murphy , l.r.; framed signed Paul Carter Goodnow ; 18 x 22 inches; framed: 27 x 31 inches Exhibitions: Guild of Boston Artists, September 12-October 3, 1998 Estimate $3,000-5,000 Condition: surface is clean; panel has 4 vertical cracks eminating from bottom and 1 from top (one has separation); cracks to panel do not show on back of panel - panel composed of two layers; U.V.: appears to be in overall good condition, touch up along edges from frame abrasion.
Hermann Dudley Murphy - In Summer

Hermann Dudley Murphy - In Summer

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Lot number: 155
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Hermann Dudley Murphy (American, 1867-1945) In Summer oil on canvasboard signed H. Dudley Murphy (lower right); signed, titled and dated (verso) 7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches. Estimate $ 1,000-2,000 Provenance: Sold: Sotheby's, New York, March 31, 1993, lot 181 Acquired by the present owner at the above sale
Hermann Dudley Murphy - Elephants & Tulips

Hermann Dudley Murphy - Elephants & Tulips

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Lot number: 177
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Herman Dudley Murphy (1867-1945) Elephants & Tulips signed 'H. Dudley Murphy' and inscribed with the artist's device (lower right)--signed and inscribed again and inscribed with title (on the reverse) oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm.) Pre-Lot Text Property from the Estate of Roy M. Huffington Provenance Private collection, New York. [With]Vose Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts. Private collection, Texas, acquired from the above, 1988.
Hermann Dudley Murphy - The Blue Sea

Hermann Dudley Murphy - The Blue Sea

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Lot number: 175
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Lot 175 Hermann Dudley Murphy (American, 1867-1945) The Blue Sea Monogrammed signature l.r., signed or inscribed and titled "Hermann Dudley Murphy..." on the reverse, a label from Articoli per Belle Arte affixed to the reverse. Oil on canvasboard, 10 x 14 in. (25.4 x 35.6 cm), in a frame signed "19...09 Carrig Rohane 623" l.c. (under glass). Condition: Scattered retouch, not examined out of frame. N.B. Boston School artist, Herman Dudley Murphy began his studies at the Museum School in Boston with Edmund Tarbell and Frank Benson. In 1891 he went to Paris where he attended the Academie Julian and studied with Jean-Paul Laurens. While in Paris, Murphy met James Abbott McNeil Whistler and was inspired by the palette, tonality and compositions of the artist. Murphy, like Whistler, began to create his own frames that complemented his paintings. Upon his return to the US, Murphy opened a frame making studio, Carrig-Rohane, with Charles Prendergast (and later with W. Alfred Thulin). Murphy first traveled to Nicaragua in 1887 for his work as an illustrator for the Nicaraguan Canal Expedition. He continued to travel to the tropics throughout the late 1800s and early 1990s. These travels certainly influenced his art; by the 1910s Murphy departed from the soft colors and refined compositions that marked his early work and began to use a vibrant palette and energetic brushwork. Estimate $3,000-5,000 The retouch is several minor dots. There are no other condition issues to report.
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