SET: CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS + SAUCERSSet of Chinese Export porcelain dishes including two tea bowls and four saucers monogrammed "JER " for John and Elizabeth Rogers prominent members of Providence Rhode Island society. John Rogers was a business partner of Nicholas Brown of the Brown University family. Ca. late 18th century.
Tea bowls; height: 2 1/4 in x diameter: 4 1/4 in. Saucers; height: 1 1/4 in x diameter: 5 1/2 in.
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"BOSTON COMMON AND STATE HOUSE" TRANSFERWARE PLATE, CIR...John Rogers and Son, Longport, England, Staffordshire, "Boston Common and State House" Transferware Plate, circa 1825 , floral border surrounding a pastoral scene on the Boston Common, impressed on back Rogers
Diameter 10 in.
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RANDOLPH JOHN ROGERS(New York1825-1892)
Young Indian Fisher, signed at bottom "Randolph Rogers Roma", white marble, 33 x 18 x 15 in., with gray marble pedestal, 38-3/4 x 17 x 17 in.
Provenance: Private Huntsville, Alabama Collection
some weathering of marble, crack at proper right hip
RANDOLPH JOHN ROGERS MARBLE SCULPTURE, PEDESTAL(American, 1825-1892)
Nydia: The Blind Flower Girl of Pompeii, signed "Randolph Rogers Rome", marble, 36-1/2 x 24 x 17-1/2 in., with rotating rose and cream marble pedestal, 42 x 18-1/2 in.
Provenance: John W. Stark House, Springfield, Tennessee [[americanart]]/[[sculpture]]
breaks and losses to staff, restorations to breaks on proper left foot, proper left hand with two repaired fingers and loss of one; pedestal with small chips
JOHN ROGERS (MANNER), BRONZE CIVIL WAR DIORAMA Manner of John Rogers (American, 1829-1904), Wounded soldier seated before a farm couple on rustic military terrain dotted with tree trunk, grave, and water trough, naturalistic tree branch handles, no signature observed, 8"h x 20"l x 15"w
JOHN COX (1915-1990) PENCIL SIGNED LITHOGRAPHJohn Rogers Cox (1915-1990)Wheat Shocks (1951)The striking lithograph published by Associated American Artists on cream wove paper in an edition of 250 prints is signed by the artist in pencil lower right below the image. A fine strong impression darkly saturated and with a nice burr.John Rogers Cox was a gallery director (youngest in the nation at the time) before taking up painting himself. He was a regionalist when regionalism wasn't cool, producing the bulk of his modest output (fewer than 20 paintings total) after leaving the army at the end of World War Two. His legacy is formidable. Every painting he produced can be accounted for and most are held in the permanent collections of American museums. Those that aren't in museums are listed as being in important collections.Image measures 8.75 x 11.75, sheet is 12 x 16 inches.Very, very good to fine condition, the full untrimmed sheet, not laid down, no damage, stain, punctures, tears or repair; nice, original, clean cream color paper free from toning, nicely saturated inks and burr making this an exceptional example.Provenance: Private collection, Des Moines, Iowa.
pale brown-painted plaster
Stamped JOHN ROGERS/NEW YORK; APRIL 19, 1864, titled below.
Height 23 x width 13 x depth 10 inches.
Property from the Collection of Harry Peterson, Lantana, Florida
JOHN ROGERS (NEW YORK, 1906-1985), FLY FISHERMAN BY A COVERED BRIDGE., WATERCOLOR, 20.5" X 27” SIGHT. FRAMED 30” X 37”.JOHN ROGERS, New York, 1906-1985, Fly fisherman by a covered bridge. Signed lower right "John Rogers". Dimensions: Watercolor, 20.5" x 27" sight. Framed 30" x 37".