Pook & Pook’s Americana & International Sale Features 20th-Century Paintings and Decorative ArtJan 28, 2021 10:00 EST
Charles Morris Young was a leading Impressionist landscape painter of the early 20th century. Born in Pennsylvania, Young painted the local farmland, seacoast, and countryside with its fox hunts and old stone houses. A 1932 painting by Charles Morris Young highlights Pook & Pook’s upcoming Americana & International – Session One auction. The available painting shows a fox hunting scene at the Marshall estate in Pennsylvania.
Another 20th-century painter featured in this sale is John Stobart. Considered America’s greatest living marine artist, Stobart’s detailed paintings depict historic American ships, ports, and harbors. The available oil on canvas seascape, titled Margaret Evans, was signed and dated in 1968. Built in 1846, the Margaret Evans packet ship sailed between New York and London. Beyond paintings, the event also offers furniture and decorative art pieces. This includes several examples of Pennsylvania redware pottery. Introduced during the 17th century, redware pottery is made from clay with a high iron content that turns reddish-brown when fired. Interested collectors can consider any of these lots and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:350
Price Range:$50 - $35,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Charles Morris Young oil on canvas fox hunting|| Estimate: |
|Adams County, Pennsylvania redware figural group|| Estimate: |
|John Stobart oil on canvas of a packet ship|| Estimate: |
|Soap Hollow, Pennsylvania painted chest of drawer|| Estimate: |
|Baltimore Federal mahogany bracket clock|| Estimate: |