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27 October 2016, 18:00 EST
Milford, CT, USALive Auction
Lot 111: HENRY MOSLER, American (1841-1920), "The Husking Bee", oil on canvas, signed, inscribed "New York" and dated "1890" lower right., 72...(336 views)
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Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000
"The Husking Bee"
oil on canvas, signed, inscribed "New York" and dated "1890" lower right.
72 1/2 x 121 inches
Provenance: Charles B. Tyler, Los Angeles, California; Private Collection, 1987; Sotheby''s, December 3, 2008, Lot 152; Corporate Collection.
Exhibitions: "Henry Mosler Rediscovered: A 19th Century American Jewish Artist," Sept.-Dec. 1996, The Hebrew Union College Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, California.
Other Notes: Tags: 19th Century, Judaica, Corn, Jack-O-Lantern, Museum, Large
Condition: Very Good
Restoration: Very Minor
Frame: Superior Quality Reproduction
One area of restoration lower right, horizontal approximately 12 inches by 1 inch. Another repaired tear lower right 12 inches by 1 inch. Other minor scatterd inpainting. Inpainting along edges. Slight buckle 1/8 inch x 4 inches upper left. Old remnant vanish visible under UV. The frame was custom made by Julius Lowy and probably cost $25,000-35,000 at the time it was made.
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