Roy Cross’ paintings and illustrations are known for their realistic portrayals of marine life. One of his works is featured on the first day of the upcoming Spring Sale, presented by Eldred’s. The oil on canvas piece is titled Constitution Captures Java 1812 and depicts the capture of the HMS Java during the Battle of Tamatave.
Antonio Nicolo is another highlighted maritime artist in the sale, specializing in steam vessels. The available Nicolo painting portrays the Dreadnought, an American clipper ship. Also featured is a Philadelphia needlework sampler by Rebecca F. Bishop. A total of four Biblical verses are surrounded by floral bouquets. The auction house describes the piece: “It depicts the Federal-style brick farmhouse within a landscape, with grazing sheep, rabbits, and birds, all symbols of prosperity.” View the complete catalog for this auction on Invaluable.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (6), Collectibles (27), Fine Art (32), Furniture (33), Guns & Firearms (23)
# of Lots:336
Price Range:$250 - $35,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Roy Cross, United Kingdom, B. 1924|| Estimate: |
|Philadelphia Needlework Sampler Wrought By Rebecca F Bishop Philadelphia 1826|| Estimate: |
|ROBERT KENNEDY ABBETT, Connecticut/New York, 1926-2015, Stone Wall Surprise Brittany & Grouse, Oil on board|| Estimate: |
|George Inness, Jr., New York/Florida/France, 1854-1926, Gentleman Fishing., Oil On Canvas, 26|| Estimate: |
|Antonio Nicolo Gasparo Jacobsen|| Estimate: |