James Gale Tyler

(18551931 ) - Artworks
TYLER James Gale Heading Out To Sea In Stormy Weather

Skinner /Mar 3, 2013
300.19 - 450.28
876.89

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James Gale Tyler - Moonlit Sail

James Gale Tyler - Moonlit Sail

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Lot number: 367
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JAMES GALE TYLER (American, 1855-1931) MOONLIT SAIL oil on canvas; signed James G. Tyler , l.l.; 30 x 25 in. (35 1/2 x 30 1/2 in.) Estimate $500-1,000 Condition: unlined; no craquelure; minor area of paint loss (approx. 3/4 x 1/4 in.) in lower right corner; surface dirt and grime.
James Gale Tyler - Overdue: An American Paddle Tug Towing In A Storm-damaged Steamer

James Gale Tyler - Overdue: An American Paddle Tug Towing In A Storm-damaged Steamer

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Lot number: 58
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James Gale Tyler (Oswego, New York 1855-1931 Pelham Manor, New York) Overdue: An American paddle tug towing in a storm-damaged steamer signed 'JAMES G. TYLER' (lower left) oil on canvas 40 x 60 in. (101.7 x 152.5 cm.) Sold with a handwritten letter from James G. Tyler to Mr Moses Tanenbaum dated 11 t h July 1895; and with a facsimile copy of a letter from J.M. Jones to Mr Moses Tanenbaum dated 14 t h November 1890. Purchased by Mr Moses Tanenbaum, 1890, from the artist's agent J.M. Jones in New York; and thence by descent. Property from a Private American Collection The New York Times, 28 April 1893. New York, Holbein Company Gallery, April 1893. In a letter from James Gale Tyler to Mr Tanenbaum dated 11th July 1895 the artist ranks the picture 'in the front line' of his art work, calling it 'such a picture as an artist realy [sic.] wishes to be remembered by'.
James Gale Tyler - 'twenty Miles To Windward': The America's Cup, 1887,  
Volunteer 
 Versus  
Thistle

James Gale Tyler - 'twenty Miles To Windward': The America's Cup, 1887, Volunteer Versus Thistle

Original 1892
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Lot number: 56
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James Gale Tyler (Oswego, New York 1855-1931 Pelham Manor, New York) 'Twenty miles to windward': The America's Cup, 1887, Volunteer versus Thistle signed and dated 'JAMES G. TYLER/1892' (lower right) oil on canvas 36 x 54 in. (91.4 x 137.2 cm.) See inside front cover illustration with Smith Gallery, New York. THE PROPERTY OF AN AMERICAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR For the third year in a row Edward Burgess designed a defence candidate for the Boston syndicate headed by General Charles Paine. Named Volunteer in honor of Paine's Civil War service, the defender met the challenger from the Royal Clyde Yacht Club, Thistle, in September of 1887. Thistle, designed by the brilliant and imaginative George Watson, was conceived with an eye towards specific New York sailing conditions. Watson anticipated light winds and therefore piled on the canvas, and cut away the lateral profile of Thistle's keel in order to reduce resistance. When the two boats finally came together in the same water, observers were astonished that they were so similiar. 1887 was an America's Cup landmark as it was the last time that a race for the America's Cup was sailed over the old Club course. The first race, won by Volunteer by 19 minutes and 23¾ seconds, was sailed on September 27th in a light southerly wind which took the yachts down the harbour on a winding inshore track around Southeast Spit buoy, out to Sandy Hook lightship, and back again to the finish at buoy 15 off Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. The second race off Sandy Hook was a much more fiercely fought contest. Run over a course of 40 miles, in breezy conditions, it included a long beat to windward at the start and a downwind leg to the finish - Volunteer winning by 11 minutes and 48¾ seconds. Soon after her triumph Volunteer was purchased by John Malcolm Forbes, the owner of Puritan, who re-rigged her as a schooner in 1891. Thistle was ultimately sold to Kaiser Wilhelm II. Re-rigged and renamed Meteor, she was the first of five magnificent racing yachts, each called Meteor, which he was to own over the next 25 years. This magisterial and spirited work shows the second race with Volunteer (leading, seen on the left) and Thistle gybing downwind. The New York Yacht Club committee boat is in front of them and numerous spectator craft are astern, witnessing one of yachting's grandest events during the so-called 'Golden Age of Yachting'.
James Gale Tyler - Heading Out To Sea In Stormy Weather

James Gale Tyler - Heading Out To Sea In Stormy Weather

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Lot number: 134
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Lot 134 James Gale Tyler (Connecticut, 1855-1931) Heading Out to Sea in Stormy Weather. Signed l.r. Oil on canvas, 17 x 14 in., in a gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Very good. Estimate $400-600 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. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
James Gale Tyler - Waves Crashing On A Rocky Shore

James Gale Tyler - Waves Crashing On A Rocky Shore

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Lot number: 8557
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Back to catalogue Place Bid or Track Lot Lot No: 8557 Property of various owners (n/a) James Gale Tyler (American, 1855-1931) Waves crashing on a rocky shore signed lower right: "James G. Tyler" oil on canvas 11 1/2 x 21in Estimate: US$600 - 800 Contact the Specialist to discuss this lot or selling in a future sale Email: Lauren Hensarling Tel: 415.503.3374 To subscribe to or order a Printed Catalogue quote ref: 19740 Tel: +1 800 223 2854 ext 3550
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