Fine Art of the American South and Sporting too:

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American School, Dancing a Jig, 4 by 6 inches, oil/board

American Southern School (19th C.) Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, sold

24 by 36 inches, oil/canvas

J.L. Armstrong, USS South Carolina, 12 by 16 inches, oil/panel

Eliza Boott Duveneck (1846-1888), Magnolia, sold

12 by 9 inches, oil/canvas

Eliza Boott Duveneck visited South Carolina in 1883

William Buck (1840-1888), Moonlight Scene, sold

20 by 16 inches, oil/canvas

Ralph Cahoon (1910-1982), Jupiter Inlet, sold

12 by 18 inches, oil/board

Cahoon lived in Jupiter in the early 1960's during the winter.

Ralph Cahoon (1910-1982), Jupiter Inlet Light, FL, sold

12 by 10 inches, pencil/paper

Ralph Cahoon (1910-1982), Jupiter Inlet Beach Club, sold

6 by 8 inches, pencil/paper

Ralph Cahoon (1910-1982), Key West, available

6 by 8 inches, pencil/paper

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Florida Cottages, sold

14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

Chadwick taught at the Telfair Academy in Georgia from 1925 to 1927 and vacationed in Florida with Harry Hoffman.

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Florida Palm Trees, sold

14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Florida Keys, sold

14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Traveler's Palm, Florida, available

18 by 14 inches, oil/canvas

Title inscribed on a Lyme Art Association label verso.

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Georgia Cabins I, sold

14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Georgia Cabins II, sold

14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Forsythe Park, Savannah, Georgia, 14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Cabin Scene, Low Country, Georgia, 14 by 18 inches, oil/board

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Palm Trees and Ocean, Florida, Keys, 14 by 18 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Larger version of Florida Palm Trees, 25 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

available

Richard Clague (1821-1873), Portrait of a Creole Lady, 30 by 24 inches, oil/canvas

Richard Clague (1821-1873), Pierre G.T. Beauregard, 30 by 24 inches, oil/canvas

Lillian Davidson (1896-1959), Cypresses, sold

20 by 16 inches, oil/canvas

Exhibited at the Florida Art Association.

John Donaghy (1838-1931), Louis Thursby House, Orange City, Florida, sold

25 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

Helen Dumond (1872-1968), Mar-A-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida, circa 1930, sold

12 by 16 inches, oil/canvas

Helen Dumond (1872-1968), Fairchilld Gardens, Coral Gables, Florida, sold

12 by 16 inches, oil/canvas

Helen Dumond (1872-1968), Palm Beach Gardens, sold

11 by 14 inches, oil/board

Helen Dumond (1872-1968), Florida Landscape IV, sold

20 by 24 inches, oil/canvas

Helen Dumond, Fountain of Turtles, Ringling Art Museum, Sarasota, Florida, 12 by 16 inches, oil/board

Helen Dumond (1872-1968), Ringling Museum Courtyard, 12 by 16 inches, oil/board

Francis Edmonds (1806-1863), Southern Scene, available

12 by 14 inches, oil/canvas

John Elliot (1859-1925), South Carolina River Scene, available

20 by 40 inches, oil/canvas

George P. Ennis (1884-1936), Clearing Bayou, sold

20 by 16 inches, wc/paper

Exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

William Frerichs (1829-1905), North Carolina Landscape, sold

30 by 50 inches, oil/canvas

William Frerichs (1829-1905), Outer Banks, North Carolina, NC, available

8 by 12 inches, oil/canvas

George Henry Hall (1825-1913), On the Quays, New Orleans, sold

12 by 10 inches, oil/canvas

Hall exhibited a similar composition at the American Art Union in 1849.

J.H. Hintermeister, Woodcock, 25 by 17 inches, oil/canvas

Frank T. Hutchens (1869-1937), St. Augustine, FL, 20 by 16 inches, pastel/board

In 1934 Hutchens painted the portrait of Florida Governor David Sholtz (18911953). Sholtz served as Twenty-sixth governor, from January 4, 1933 to January 5, 1937

Wilson Irvine (1869-1936), Westover Plantation along the James River, Virginia, 30 by 36 inches, oil/canvas, available

David Johnson, The Natural Bridge, Virginia, 1860, 24 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

Chased at a CT auction to a very high degree by strongest client

William S. Kendall (1869-1938), Hot Springs Virginia, 30 by 40 inches, oil/board, signed lower right, titled verso, available

Arnold Knauth (1918- ), St. Augustine, Florida, 22 by 28 inches, oil/board, available

George Lampert, Bird Hunting, 15 by 19 inches, oil/panel

Ernest Lawson (1873-1939), Coral Gables, 1937, 40 by 50 inches, oil/canvas, sold

Andrew Melrose, Sunset over the Mississippi, 1876, 6 by 10 inches, oil/board, signed verso

Fred Mitchell, Moving Day, Meridian, Mississippi, 1941, 30 by 36 inches, oil/canvas

Charlotte Morton (1885-1974), Ladies in a New Orleans Church, 12 by 16 inches, oil/board

Robert Loftin Newman (1827-1912), The Letter, sold

7 by 10 inches, oil/canvas

Newman, before becoming an artist, served in the Confederate Army.

Jules Pascin (1885-1930), Southern Scene, sold

24 by 29 inches, oil/canvas

A European by birth, Pascin sat out WWI and lived in the Savannah area.

Jules Pascin (1885-1930), Southern Scene, sold

25 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

Robert Reid (1862-1929), Juno, Florida, 16 by 12 inches, oil/board, sold

According the the National Academy of Design, Reid lived in Juno, Florida in 1920.

Prosper Senat (1852-1925), Florida Coast Scene, sold

28 by 19 inches, wc/board

Frank Shapleigh, Still-life of an Orange, St. Augustine, FL, 7 by 9 inches, oil/board, inscribed with location lower left

Christopher Shearer (1840-1926), Great Smokies, NC, 1894, sold

36 by 28 inches, oil/canvas

According to the PAFA, Shearer visited the Great Smokies in 1893.

James L. Sitton, Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse, Florida, 24 by 47 inches, oil/board

William Snow, Magnolia Gardens, Charleston, SC, sold

20 by 24 inches, oil/board

Titled verso.

William Henry Snyder (1829-1910), Quiet Time, 16 by 20 inches, oil/canvas, sold

Charles Volkmar (1809-1892), Scene on the Potomac River, 12 by 20 inches, available

Andrew John Henry Way (1826-1888), Tabletop Still-life, 16 by 14 inches, oil/canvas

Laura Woodward (fl. 1872-1928), Florida Beach Scene, available

8 by 16 inches, oil/board

Laura Woodward (fl. 1872-1928), St. Augustine Lighthouse, Florida, sold

12 by 10 inches, oil/canvas

Woodward retired to the St. Augustine area around 1890.

Mabel Woodward (1877-1945), Charleston, South Carolina, 11 by 14 inches, oil/board, sold

George Wright, A Full Cry while Fox Hunting, 16 by 24 inches, oil/canvas

George Wright was a Brit was was known to visit America on occasion between 1900 and 1940

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