1900-1949 Paintings

Carl Carlsen
Danish, 1855-1917
Figures in the Forest
Oil on canvas
24 ½ by 30 ½ in. w/frame 31 by 36 in.

Inventory Number: Art C293
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Mary Helen Carlisle
American, 1869–1925
Killarney House Garden, Evening
Oil on canvas
36 by 48 in. W/frame 44 by 56 in.

Inventory Number: Art C280
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Nicolai Cikovsky
Russian, 1894-1984
Still Life
Oil on board
18 by 14 in. w/ frame 26 by 22 in.

Inventory Number: Art C248
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Benjamin Chasen
American, 1911-1962
Still Life
Oil on canvas
28 by 36 in. w/frame 34 by 42 in.

Inventory Number: Art C31
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Anton Otto Fischer
American 1882 - 1962
Summer Seas
Oil on canvas
26 x 32 in. W/frame 32 1/2 x 38 1/2 in.

Inventory Number: Art F469
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Bencion (Benn) Rabinowitch
Poland 1905 - Paris 1989
Dancing Girls
Oil on board
14 ½ in. by 21 in. W/frame 21 ½ in. by 28 in.

Inventory Number: Art B64
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Marcel Vertes
French, 1895-1961
Lady Riding a Horse
Gouache & charcoal on board
19 by 23 ½ in. W/frame 27 by 31 ½ in.

Inventory Number: Art V64
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John Joseph Enneking
American, 1841-1916
Mount Chocorou, New Hampshire
Oil on canvas
18 by 24 in. W/frame 26 by 32 in.

Inventory Number: Art E110
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Jean Dufy
French, 1888-1964
L’Oree du Bois
Oil on canvas
31 ¾ in. by 25 1/2 in., W/frame 43 in. by 37 in.

Literature: Bailly, Jacques. Catalogue Raisonne of Jean Dufy's Work, vol. 2. Paris: Editions Jacques Bailly, 2010, p. 164, no. B 922.



Inventory Number: Art D265
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Jean Dufy
French, 1888-1964
Voiliers
Oil on canvas
16 x 9.50 ins / 40.75 x 24.25 cm

Voiliersis an incredibly expressive nautical scene by Jean Dufy who was known for his depictions of leisurely social activities of the French bourgeoisie. Dufy was strongly influenced by the musical figures that surrounded him, especially in Paris. The expressiveness of Voiliers, recalls the music that Dufy would have heard in the cafés of Paris- a culture Dufy was very much a part of. The strong vertical brushstrokes in Voiliersconveys the sense of movement associated with jazz and also recalls the fluid motion of waves. The title itself, ‘Voiliers’refers to the specific type of boats depicted in this painting; the name of which is derived for the French word for sail or veil. The boats were previously mercantile ships but during Dufy’s lifestyle they were used as leisure boats, as seen by the graphic figures in the foreground.

Literature:
Accompanied by a certificate from Jacques Bailly (December, 2007);

Jean-Jacques Bailly has included this painting in his Volume II of the Jean Dufy catalogue raisonné, 2010 



Inventory Number: Art D266
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