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17th-Century Chinese Imari Porcelain Jars
Circa 1680
Incredible rarity and size make this stellar pair of late 17th-century Chinese Imari porcelain jars truly remarkable. They are the most quintessential examples of Chinese Imari porcelain we have ever had the pleasure to offer. Standing at nearly three feet high, the jars were crafted in a baluster, or "potiche" shape during the reign of the Kangxi Emperor, the fourth of the Qing Dynasty, who ruled from 1661-1722.
Clarence Chatterton - Inlet at Ogunquit, Maine
Oil on Canvas - 1925
Inlet at Ogunquit, Maine is a stunning example of Chatterton’s style. Here we find a sense of calm and warmth in the diagonal, angled view. There is an ordered symmetry in the composition: three clearly defined planes, three masses of houses, a triangular mast shape, etc. He uses impressionistic brushwork for the natural elements, and smoother, more realistic renderings of the man-made structures. The effect is that the straight, deliberate lines are softened by all the surrounding feathery textures.
Corwin K. Linson
Breaking Waves
Bureau Bookcase
William & Mary
George A. Thompson
Springtime, Connecticut
Stone Face Panel
Pre Columbian
Bear Skeleton
Ice Age
Pairoj Karndee
The Buddha, Gandhara
Trawul Praman
Sleeping Buddha
Henry Schenk Tanner
Map of the US
Conrad Chapman
The Beach at Normandy
George III
Mahogany Tilt Top
Stone Axe God
Pre Columbian
Edmund Spenser
First Edition
Snuff Box
French Double-Lidded
J.B. Moore
Crystal Rug
Gold with Quartz
California, 2003
Marc Aldine
View of Venice
Staghorn Powder Flask
German, ca 1840
Talbot Hughes
Flirtation in the Tavern
Paul Storr
Warwick Vase
William L. Stone
History of NYC
Maximilian Field Armor
German, ca 1850
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