Fine Paints and Objets D’Art 2015 Exhibition at Lauder and Howard Antiques

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  • “Tiger” Meiji period Japanese bronze c1890

    SOLD “Tiger” Meiji period Japanese bronze c1890

    $6,985.00

    “Tiger”
    Meiji period Japanese bronze c1890


  • “Skater” French Art Deco period bronze figure c1930 signed A Trefoloni

    “Skater” bronze figure c1930

    $3,985.00

    “Skater”
    French Art Deco period bronze figure c1930 signed A Trefoloni


  • “Retriever with Game” Finely patinated bronze c1870 by Christophe Fratin

    “Retriever with Game” bronze c1870

    $5,850.00

    “Retriever with Game”
    Finely patinated bronze c1870 by Christophe Fratin

    Christophe Fratin was born in 1801 in Metz, dying in 1864 in Le Raincy. He was a sculptor of animals and equestrian groups. His early studies were with Pioche, and later was a pupil of the far sighted and adventurous painter and sculptor, Géricault. He exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1831 to 1863. Comparitively little is known about this fascinating and highly competent sculptor of the ‘animalier’ school. His work was highly popular in many European countries and in Britain and the USA. Jane Horswell in ‘Les Animaliers’ records him as being accorded ‘the greatest animal sculptor of his day’ at the Great Exhibition of London in 1851.
    His work is illustrated in Animals in Bronze, Payne (plate 1).
    His work is represented in the collections of the museums at Metz, Châlons-en-Champagne, Compiègne, the Wallace Collection, London, the Peabody Institute Baltimore & the Eisler Collection, Vienna.
    Biblio: Bénézit: Dictionary of Artists; Animals in Bronze, Payne, ACC 1986.


  • Four coloured etchings c1920, by Max Pollak

    2/4 coloured etching c1920, by Max Pollak

    $1,985.00

    coloured etching c1920, by Max Pollak

    Max Pollak was born in Prague in 1886, dying in Sausalito, California in 1970. He was a painter and engraver, active both in Austria and later in the U.S.A. He was taught by William Unger and Ferdinand Schmutzer at the Vienna Academy of Art. In 1910, he was awarded the Prix de Rome for his etchings, a first for an etcher. In 1912, he travelled to Italy, France and Holland, to study and paint. During World War I, he was an Austrian Official War Artist. Moving to the U.S.A. in 1927, produced colour aquatints of New York, Cincinnati and Detroit, and later San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge and Sausalito.
    His work is represented in the collections of Oakland Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the de Young Museum, the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Princeton Museum, the British Museum, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Czech National Gallery in Prague, the Albertina Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna.
    Biblio: Bénézit: Dictionnaire des Peintres.


  • coloured etchings c1920, by Max Pollak

    1/4 coloured etchings c1920, by Max Pollak

    $1,985.00

    Four coloured etchings c1920, by Max Pollak

    Max Pollak was born in Prague in 1886, dying in Sausalito, California in 1970. He was a painter and engraver, active both in Austria and later in the U.S.A. He was taught by William Unger and Ferdinand Schmutzer at the Vienna Academy of Art. In 1910, he was awarded the Prix de Rome for his etchings, a first for an etcher. In 1912, he travelled to Italy, France and Holland, to study and paint. During World War I, he was an Austrian Official War Artist. Moving to the U.S.A. in 1927, produced colour aquatints of New York, Cincinnati and Detroit, and later San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge and Sausalito.
    His work is represented in the collections of Oakland Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the de Young Museum, the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Princeton Museum, the British Museum, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Czech National Gallery in Prague, the Albertina Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna.
    Biblio: Bénézit: Dictionnaire des Peintres.


  • “Leopard” Fine French Art Deco period silvered spelter c1930 signed Rulas, by Max Le Verrier

    SOLD “Leopard” silvered spelter figure c1930

    $3,985.00

    “Leopard”
    Fine French Art Deco period silvered spelter c1930
    signed Rulas, by Max Le Verrier
    Max Le Verrier was born in Neuilly sur Seine, near Paris in 1891, dying in Paris in 1973. From an early age he showed great promise as an artist and sculptor, and after serving in the French army during World War I, he studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Geneva. During his studies in Switzerland, he met fellow sculptors Pierre Le Faguays and Marcel Bouraine, who became close friends and with whom he collaborated for much of his life. After completing his studies, he returned to France in 1919 and opened his own studio. Le Verrier was awarded a Gold Medal at the great Paris ‘Expostion des Arts Decoratifs’ of 1925 (whence the term ‘Art Deco’ was coined). In 1926, he opened a foundry, casting pieces for a wide range of French sculptors including Pierre Le Faguays, Marcel Bouraine, Janle, Denis and Charles.
    His work is illustrated in Art Deco Sculpture, Arwas
    Biblio: Art Deco Sculpture, Arwas; Art Deco Complete, Alistair Duncan


  • “Kicking a Goal” French bronzed spelter figure c1930

    “Kicking a Goal” bronzed spelter figure c1930 SOLD

    $745.00

    “Kicking a Goal”
    French bronzed spelter figure c1930


  • Cat & Dog French Art deco marble & Spelter bookends

    SOLD Cat & Dog marble & Spelter bookends

    $795.00

    Cat & Dog French Art deco marble & Spelter bookends


  • “Dancing Girl” French Art Deco period verdigris patinated spelter figure c1930, signed ‘Fayral’.

    “Dancing Girl” spelter figure c1930

    $1,985.00

    “Dancing Girl”
    French Art Deco period verdigris patinated spelter figure c1930, signed ‘Fayral’.


  • “Bloodhound” Finely patinated bronze c1890 by Prosper Lecourtier.

    “Bloodhound” bronze by Prosper Lecourtier.

    $6,485.00

    “Bloodhound”
    Finely patinated bronze c1890 by Prosper Lecourtier.

    Prosper Lecourtier was born in Gremilly in 1855, dying in Paris in 1924. He studied under two great masters, Frémiet and Coutan. He exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1879 to 1902, winning various medals and a bronze at the Exposition Universelle in 1900. All his models of animals are sensitive and lifelike.
    His work is illustrated in Animals in Bronze, Payne (pp.s 213 & 230)
    Biblio: Animals in Bronze, Payne ACC 1986


  • “Wash Day” Oil on board c1930 by Harold Dearden A.R.C.A.

    “Wash Day” by Harold Dearden A.R.C.A.

    $3,485.00

    “Wash Day”
    Oil on board c1930 by Harold Dearden A.R.C.A.

    Harold Dearden was a painter in oil and watercolour; he was born in 1888, studying at the Rochdale School of Art under H.B. Carpenter between 1905 and 1910, and at the Royal Cambrian Academy under Moira between 1910 and 1915. He exhibited at the principal London galleries and was head of the Swindon Art School between 1920 and 1950. He was elected Associate of the Royal College of Art.
    Biblio: Dictionary of British Artists, Working 1900-1950.


  • “Two Dancers” Pen and wash c1910 by Jean Louis Marcel Cosson

    SOLD “Two Dancers” by Jean Louis Marcel Cosson

    $2,985.00

    “Two Dancers”
    Pen and wash c1910 by Jean Louis Marcel Cosson

    Jean Louis Marcel Cosson was born in 1878, in Bordeaux, dying in 1956 in Paris. He was a gouache painter and watercolourisat, depicting figure compositions, genre scenes, interiors with figures and flowers. He often depicted scenes and people from opera, the ballet & the circus. He first exhibited in Paris as the Salon des Artistes Français, of which he became a Member. He received an Honourable Mention in 1901, and a Third Place Medal in 1911. He also exhibited at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux Arts and the Salon des Tuileries.
    Biblio: Bénézit: Dictionnaire des Peintres


  • “Tobias & the Angel” Oil on canvas c1700, in the manner of Mattia Preti & signed ‘M.P.’ in monogram.

    “Tobias & the Angel” Mongram Mattia Preti

    $9,850.00

    “Tobias & the Angel”
    Oil on canvas c1700, in the manner of Mattia Preti & signed ‘M.P.’ in monogram.

    Mattia Preti was born in 1613 in Taverna (Calabria), dying in 1699 in Valetta (Malta). He was a painter of historical and religious subjects, and church painting, working in many cities in Italy and for the last 40 years of his life, on Malta, where he was made a Knight of the Order of Malta, and was known as the ‘Knight of Calabria’
    Tobias was sent by his father Tobit (in the ‘Book of Tobit’) to collect a sum of money: on the way, washing his feet in the river Tigris, he was attacked by a fish, which tried to swallow his foot; by order of the angel, he caught it.


  • “The Young Country Girl” Oil on canvas c1870 by Charles Sillem Lidderdale R.B.A.

    “The Young Country Girl” by Charles Sillem Lidderdale R.B.A.

    $5,485.00

    “The Young Country Girl”
    Oil on canvas c1870 by Charles Sillem Lidderdale R.B.A.

    Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1831-1895) was a London based genre painter. He exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists, the British Institute and the Royal Academy amongst others. His work is often small scale and the subject frequently pretty farm girls.
    His work is illustrated in The Dictionary of Victorian Painters (p.298), and in Popular 19th Century Painting – A Dictionary of European Genre Painting (p. 82)
    His work is represented in the collection of the City of London Art Gallery.
    Biblio: Dictionary of Victorian Painters; Royal Society of British Artists 1824-1893; Dictionary of British Artists 1880-1940; Popular 19th Century Painting; Bénézit: Dictionnaire des Peintres; Thieme Becker XXIII 1929.


  • “The Tired Sportsman” Oil on canvas c1900 by William A Breakspeare

    “The Tired Sportsman” by William A Breakspeare

    $12,985.00

    “The Tired Sportsman”
    Oil on canvas c1900 by William A Breakspeare

    William A Breakspeare was a London genre painter born in 1855, dying in 1914. He studied in Paris and was a foundation member of the Birmingham Art Circle. He was a member of the Newlyn School in Cornwall. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1891 and 1903 and at the Royal Society of British Artists and the Grosvenor Gallery. His subjects were mainly genre or 18th Century scenes
    His work is illustrated in the Dictionary of Victorian Artists and Popular 19th Century Painting-A Dictionary of European Genre Artists.
    His work is represented in the collection of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
    Bliblio: Dictionary of Victorian Artists; Popular 19th Century Painting-A Dictionary of European Genre Artists; Bénézit: Dictionnaire des Peintres.


  • “The Mountain Stream” Oil on board c1870 by John D Michie

    “The Mountain Stream” c1870 by John D Michie

    $7,685.00

    “The Mountain Stream”
    Oil on board c1870 by John D Michie

    John D Michie was an Edinburgh painter in oil of figure subjects, historical scenes and landscapes, especially in Brittany and Sussex. He lived in London between 1872 & 1877 before returning to Edinburgh. He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Glasgow Institute for the Fine Arts.
    Biblio: Dictionary of Scottish Art.


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  1. angelina Reply

    Could you please give me the price of French Art Deco wrought iron and gilt marble topped console c.1925

    • Mark Howard Reply

      Hi Angelina

      the price for the console is 4,985 (gst included)
      if you need any more information or images, just call or email, and I will send them straight through
      Thanks

    • Mark Howard Reply

      Hi Hua

      For which item would you like to know the price, the dumb waiter or some/all of the Chinese porcelain.
      The Dumb waiter is $3,485 and the Chinese porcelain which are priced individually
      Would you like a price on the whole set of items?

      Thanks Mark Howard

  2. Hua meng Reply

    Please advise me what the best price for porcelain fish tank and how high and the diameter of the
    Fish tank.

    • Mark Howard Reply

      Hi Hua

      The marked price is $14,985 however we would be able to take $3000 of that, coming to $11,985 for this lovely piece, it is also in perfect condition, With the dimensions being Diameter: 69cm and Height: 60cm
      If you have any other questions feel free to ask

      Thanks Mark Howard

  3. Monica Bergenstrom Ph.D Reply

    Are you interested to purchase a Butler Tray Table larger than on your first photo, exact the
    same style.
    It has been part of our Chesterfield group since 1980.

    Cordially,
    Monica Bergenstrom
    951 252 3443

  4. Andrew Jack Reply

    The picture “He loves me, he loves me not” by L M Hunter is attributed to M Hunter an American artist on your website. Laura Mary Hunter was my grandmother and the signature at the bottom left is hers. I can supply more information if you require.

  5. lulou Reply

    Dear sir,

    I am interested in the guanyin in the background.
    I mean the porcelain guanyin which on a animal, could you please send me pictures in detailes???

    and what is the conditon? What is the best dealer’s price??

    THanks.

    B.rgds
    LUlou

  6. Malcolm Enright (and Barbara Heath) Reply

    This is my absolute favourite piece in your wonderful offering. We have an original Chippendale 18thC mirror with the mercury literally running off the back of the bevelled glass. The gilt bird and carved internal frieze are so divine . . . but this addition of a painted still-life is exemplary. I’m selling stuff as of now – LOve your work and hope tonight goes well . . .

  7. jim Reply

    Hi Jim is here. Interest for above painting. May i have look if are still available. Thanks. Regards,Jim

  8. Lesley Saunders Reply

    Hi

    How much is Judy Cassab’s painting?

    Where can one view it?

    Regards

    Lesley Saunders