Edmund Henry Osthaus

(18581928 ) - Artworks
OSTHAUS Edmund Henry Enjoying Sunset After A Long Day's Hunt

William Doyle /Oct 16, 2013
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Edmund Henry Osthaus - English Setter Drinking Along The Shore

Edmund Henry Osthaus - English Setter Drinking Along The Shore

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Lot number: 55
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Edmund Henry Osthaus American, 1858-1928 English Setter Drinking Along the Shore Signed Edm. H. Osthaus (lr) and signed Edmund H. Osthaus and inscribed indistinctly on the stretcher Oil on canvas 35 x 50 inches Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Chicago Yellowed varnish. Frame rubbing. There is no visible restoration under Uv light.
Edmund Henry Osthaus - Setters At Rest

Edmund Henry Osthaus - Setters At Rest

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Lot number: 92
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Douglas B. & Margaret Cullen Marshall (acquired by 1956, possibly gifted from Margaret Cullen Marshall's parents, Hugh Roy and Lillie Cullen, River Oaks, Texas) Thence by descent PROPERTY FROM THE GLEANNLOCH FARMS/LAS PALMAS, TEXAS, COLLECTION OF DOUGLAS B. & MARGARET CULLEN MARSHALL Edmund Henry Osthaus AMERICAN 1858 - 1928 SETTERS AT REST inscribed, dated, and signed copyright 1903 by/ Edw. H. Osthaus (lower left) oil on canvas 31 1/2 by 37 in. 80 by 94 cm Unlined. Minor frame abrasion a top edge. Dots of surface accretions at upper right corner. Under UV: Strokes of inpainting at lower left and a spot in the black of the right-most dog's coat.
Edmund Henry Osthaus - Two Pointers

Edmund Henry Osthaus - Two Pointers

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Lot number: 131
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131 PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARGIE AND ROBERT E. PETERSEN Edmund Henry Osthaus 1858 - 1928 TWO POINTERS signed Edm H. Osthaus (lower right) gouache and watercolor on paper laid down on board 20 5/8 by 29 inches (52.4 by 73.6 cm) Estimate 10,000 - 15,000 USD Print In good condition, generally; while colors are strong and crisp, lights in sky have faded a bit--could use a light cleaning
Edmund Henry Osthaus - Enjoying Sunset After A Long Day's Hunt

Edmund Henry Osthaus - Enjoying Sunset After A Long Day's Hunt

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Lot number: 93
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Lot 93 Edmund Henry Osthaus German/American, 1858-1928 Enjoying Sunset After a Long Day's Hunt Signed Edmund Osthaus (ll) Oil on canvas laid to masonite 29 3/4 x 40 1/8 inches C Estimate $12,000-18,000 Cracquelure in sky. Two areas of inpaint, each 1/2 x 1 inch in sky. 5 x 7 inch area of inpaint in mountain range. Dense varnish layer, difficult to detect any further restoration under UV exam. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. 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.
Edmund Henry Osthaus - Setters On Point

Edmund Henry Osthaus - Setters On Point

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Lot number: 497
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Edmund H. Osthaus (1858-1928) Setters on Point signed "Edmund Osthaus" lower left oil on canvas, 18 by 22 in. In 1883, after studying painting for six years, Edmund Osthaus became an instructor at the Toledo Academy of Fine Arts. He served as the director from 1886-1893, refining his painting technique and pursuing his passions: hunting and fishing. He resigned in 1893 to dedicate his full attention to painting, shooting, and field trials. He was a charter member of the National Field Trial Association established in Newton, North Carolina, in 1895. A frequent field trial judge, he followed that circuit across the country. He showed his own setters and pointers in both field trials and confirmation shows. His artistic talent combined with his love of dogs enabled him to capture the essence of the working dog while depicting acute anatomical detail. Osthaus, along with Gustav Muss-Arnolt (1858-1927), Percival Rosseau (1859-1937), and J.M. Tracy (1843-1893), is considered among the greatest American sporting dog painters. He painted the National Field Trail Association winners for the first three decades of its existence. The DuPont Company reproduced these portraits as calendars and lithographs. Additionally, he was commissioned to paint sporting scenes by industrial magnates including members of the Vanderbilt family and J.P. Morgan, who admired his large scale realistic genre paintings. Osthaus has created a classic hunting scene, with the setter to the right staunch on point and the tricolor setter in the foreground honorably backing its bracemate from across the creek. The rich, finely-painted landscape serves as the perfect backdrop for this dynamic oil.
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