Landscape Scene by Eric Sloane Leads Upcoming Thomaston Place Auction Galleries SaleJul 11, 2021 11:00 EDT
American painter Eric Sloane was particularly known for his landscapes inspired by the work of Hudson River School artists. His later works focused on New England folk culture and elements of colonial life. Sloane’s realistic paintings are characterized by a warm palette and intricate details. The third day of the upcoming Splendor | Part One Auctions event, offered by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries, presents an important landscape scene by Eric Sloane. Titled Bridge Over the Ashuelot, N.H., the oil painting depicts an iconic bridge in a New Hampshire river town. On the bank of the river, two young children fish while their dog watches.
Another highlight is a Fereghan rug. The carpet was first crafted in the Ferahan region of west central Persia in the 19th century. This style is known for geometric motifs inspired by the surrounding tribes and villages. The offered lot features an oval blue medallion, gold palmettes, flowering vines, and other curvilinear designs. This sale also includes jewelry, watches, estate silver, and Victorian furniture. View the entire catalog and bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:432
Price Range:$1,200- $30,000
Interesting lots include:
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|X-rare Morris Ptc Horse Sea Monster Carousel|| Estimate: |
|Eric Sloane (Ny/Ct, 1905-1985)|| Estimate: |
|Tiffany Studios Abalone Linenfold Lamp|| Estimate: |
|Richard Howard Hunt (Chicago, Il, 1935 - )|| Estimate: |
|Fereghan Rug|| Estimate: |