American School, Late 19th Century Thirteen Black and White Drawings, Including: Charles Harry (Henry) Eaton (1850-1901), I...
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American School, Late 19th Century
Thirteen Black and White Drawings, Including: Charles Harry (Henry) Eaton (1850-1901), Along the Pond, signed and dated "C. Harry Eaton 87" l.r., titled l.l.; Charles Warren Eaton (1857-1937), Solitude, signed "CHAS. WARREN EATON." l.r., titled on the mounting sheet l.l.; Leonard Ochtman (1854-1934), Meadow and Trees, monogrammed "LO" l.l.; Frank Myers Boggs (1855-1926), Honfleur, Signed "Boggs" l.l., titled and signed "Honfleur F.M. Boggs" l.c.; Frederick Leo Hunter (1858-1943), Two Works: Off West Chop Light, Martha's Vineyard and Dutch Fishing Boat on the Beach at Scheveningen-Holland, signed "F. Leo Hunter" l.r., West Chop dated "1886" l.r.; James Rogers Rich (1847-1910), Harvesting Hay, signed and dated "James Rogers Rich/86" l.l.; John Randolph Stites (1836-1888), Mesozoic Time or Reptilian Age, signed "J.R. Stites" l.r.; Frank Knox Morton Rehn (1848-1914), Close of a Summer Day, signed "F.K.M. Rehn" l.l., titled in pencil l.l.; William E. Norton, Fisherfolk Gathered on a Wharf, signed and dated "William E. Norton./87" l.l.; Charles Harold Davis (1856-1933), The Close of Day, signed "CH Davis" l.l., titled in pencil l.l.; Walter Shirlaw (1838-1909), Two Turkeys, monogrammed "WS" l.r.; Thomas Allen, Jr. (American, 1849-1924) On Guard, signed and dated "Thomas Allen '84" l.r., titled l.c., inscribed "Return to Thomas Allen, 12 Commonwealth Avne. Boston, Mass." in ink on the reverse, ink on paper. Pencil, crayon, charcoal, or ink on paper, sheet sizes to 11 x 14 1/4 in., all unframed. Condition: All with toning, Davis with hole and tear to margin l.c. that does not reach the image, most with added pencil inscriptions or notes suggesting that the drawings were to be reproduced.
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