Pook and Pook’s Bud & Judy Newman Collection sale highlights an oil painting by Edward Willis Redfield, titled The South Window. Edward Willis Redfield began his journey as a painter in the 1890s. However, it was only after the turn of the 20th century that the artist embraced the Impressionist style, which eventually defined his artistic career. Between 1905 and 1906, Redfield started using gestural brushstrokes and layers of vibrant colors. The available framed piece shows a woman gazing out of the window. The room is painted in warm tones.
Daniel Garber’s oil painting, titled The Mary Maxwell House (Milk Wagon), will be available as well. In the 1920s, artist Daniel Garber emerged as one of the leaders of the New Hope School. Inspired by Impressionism, the American painter often captured landscape scenes of the New Hope area. An oil work from Daniel Ridgway Knight and a Baltimore stoneware pitcher from Henry Remmey Jr. are available as well. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:445
Price Range:$100- $100,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Daniel Garber (American 1880-1958), oil on canvas|| Estimate: |
|Important NH carved and painted Miss Liberty|| Estimate: |
|Edward Willis Redfield oil on canvas South Window|| Estimate: |
|Important York County, PA painted blanket chest|| Estimate: |
|W.A. Macquoid stoneware crock, fife, and drum|| Estimate: |