JEAN XCERON (GREEK / AMERICAN, 1890-1967). "Branching, #337". Oil on canvas. 1951. Signed and dated at lower left. Further signed, titled and dated on reverse. Provenance: Newcomb College, Tulane University via loan 1957. Rosefried Gallery, New York. As per old labels verso. 4 old gallery or museum postcard/pamphlets related to Xceron accompany this lot. From a Hamptons, Long Island, NY estate. Dimensions: 46" h x 33" w. Condition: Good. Rubbing, possible light restoration by upper right corner edge. Very slight surface soil consistent with age.
EDITH EMILY D'HEMECOURT HIBBARD (MRS. W.C. VETCH)Edith Emily d'Hemecourt Hibbard (Mrs. W.C. Vetch) (American/Louisiana, 20th c., active Newcomb College, 1923-27), "St. Charles Ave", watercolor on board, signed lower right, 23 in. x 18 in., framed, overall 28 1/2 in. x 23 1/3 in. x 1 1/4 in. Condition: Overall poor condition.
MARIE RODRIGUEZ SARPY (AMERICAN/LOUISIANA)Marie Rodriguez Sarpy (American/Louisiana, 20th c., active Newcomb College 1928-1932), "Group of Figures and Portrait Studies", 3 graphites on paper, 2 charcoals on paper, one charcoal and ink on paper, one etching and one woodcut, 5 signed lower right, 14 5/8 in. x 13 7/8 in. to 29 3/16 in. x 34 in., unframed. (8 pcs.) Condition: Overall fair to poor condition.
NEWCOMB COLLEGE ART POTTERY SEMI-MATTE GLAZE VASE, 1931, BLUE AND MAUVE, DECORATED BY SADIE IRVINE (AMERICAN, 1887-1970), WITH A RIBBED PATTERN, BASE MARKED WITH NEWCOMB CIPHER, DECORATOR'S MARK, JONATHAN HUNT (AMERIC...Newcomb College Art Pottery Semi-Matte Glaze Vase, 1931, blue and mauve, decorated by Sadie Irvine (American, 1887-1970), with a ribbed pattern, base marked with Newcomb cipher, decorator's mark, Jonathan Hunt (American, 1876-1943) potter's mark, reg. no. TB52 and shape no. 8, wear consistent with age, 3 3/4" h
Group of Three Newcomb College Items, including a good cut sheet brass tapered wall mailbox, first quarter 20th century, h. 12\", w. 9-1/4\", d. 2-1/4\", a 1909 Newcomb College souvenir postcard depicting the Robb Mansion, h. 3-1/2\", w. 5-1/2\", and a copy of the 1998 Newcomb College Arts and Crafts Sales Exhibition catalogue from the Jean Bragg Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, h. 11\", w. 8-1/2\". A wall mailbox similar to the one being sold is pictured on page 8 of the accompanying Jean Bragg Gallery catalogue.
Interesting Collection of Eight American Art Pottery Vases and Bowls, consisting of a Newcomb College experimental vellum-glazed blue and ivory bowl (unmarked), first quarter 20th century, a Roseville two-handled small spherical \"Pinecone\" vase, the pattern introduced in 1931 (silver foil label), a Nelson McCoy octagonal paneled bowl, second quarter 20th century, a matte blue-glazed bowl with four boxed floral bosses, first quarter 20th century, a sky blue-glazed low circular vase, a low gloss green-glazed \"Leaf and Flower\" bowl, a matte-glazed green, yellow and cinnamon bowl in \"Leaf and Dart\" decor and a green-oxidized terra cotta Peters and Reed \"Dragonfly\" bowl, first quarter 20th century.
Classic Newcomb College Pottery \"Moon and Moss\" Vase, of baluster form, 1932, potted by Jonathan Browne Hunt (1876-1943), decorated by Sarah Agnes Estell \"Sadie\" Irvine (1887-1970), the base fully marked, numbered and signed, h. 6-1/2\", dia. 5\".
Rare Newcomb College Guild Gloss-Glazed Spherical Pottery Tea Caddy, in \"Goldfish\" decor, second quarter 20th century, a butter yellow ground, with the facade having a dark charcoal outline of a fancy-finned goldfish, impressed circumscribed \"NC\" monogram on the base, underglaze, h. 3-1/2\", dia. 4-1/4\".
Harriet Joor for Newcomb College Pottery. Early vase. 1903, glazed earthenware. 9¼ h × 5 dia in. result: $5,938. estimate: $2,500–3,500. Impressed manufacturer's mark to underside ‘NC JM W’. Glazed signature and number to underside ‘JH KK24’. Provenance: Important Private Collection
Mary Sheerer for Newcomb College Pottery. Early and Rare vase. 1905, glazed earthenware. 6½ h × 6 dia in. result: $3,500. estimate: $3,500–4,500. Vase features a rare copper red glaze. Glazed manufacturer's mark to underside ‘NC’. Glazed signature and date to underside ‘MS AS21’. Provenance: Important Private Collection
Newcomb College Pottery. Rare Transitional plaque. 1918, glazed earthenware. 9¾ h × 5¾ w in. result: $6,250. estimate: $3,500–4,500. Glazed manufacturer's mark to lower left ‘NC’. Impressed date to verso ‘JH43’. Provenance: Important Private Collection
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