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Fine, Folk & Self-Taught Art

Live Auction: Monday, October 12, 2015, 10am est Exhibition: October 10-11, 11am-5pm

Lot 9. Jack Smith (American, 1932-1989) “The Beautiful Book” 1 Out of 19 Original Works

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Lot 8, Early Spanish Retablo Painting


Lot 1, Fred Johnson (American, 1892-1990) Dope Show Banner

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Lot 4, Albrecht Durer (German, 1471-1528) St. Thomas


Lot 9, Jack Smith (American, 1932-1989) “The Beautiful Book” Complete, includes all 19 works, 18 by Jack Smith and One by Ken Jacobs of the Aritst at the Base of the Brooklyn Bridge


Lot 10, Qiu Deshu (Chinese, 20th C.) Mixed Media on Paper


Lot 11, Guo Zhen (Chinese, B. 1955) Nude, Pastel Drawing


Lot 5, Italian Old Master Drawing, Mythological Scene


Lot 6, Antique Italian Drawing of Mary with Angels, Circle of Pier Francesco Mola (1612-1666), Ink and Crayon on Paper


Lot 13, Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) Jane Avril, Lithograph from the Portfolio Le Cafe Concert. Published by L’Estample Originale, Paris 1893


Lot 99, Manuel Robbe (French, 1872-1936) Untitled (Boudoir Scene), Aquatint in Colors


Lot 2, Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Mixed-Media Collage


Lot 93, Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) The Butterfly and the Lips, 1971, lithograph, H.C., Signed and Inscribed in Pencil


Lot 19, George Segal, (American, 1924-2000) “Hand Over Breast”, 1982, Cast Paper Wall Relief, from an Edition of 75


Lot 121, Kim Dingle (American, b. 1951) New Yorker Page, Pen and Ink


Above: Lot 88, John Loengard (American, 1934) Georgia O’Keeffe, Abiquiu, New Mexico, 1966, Black and White Silver Gelatin Photograph Below: Lot 72, Ryan McGinley (American, b. 1977) BMX, New York. C-print on Fuji Crystal Archive Photo Paper


Lot 85, Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) 2 Photographs: Framed Portraits of Naomi Campbell, C-prints


Lot 21, Jim Dine (American, 1935) The Philadelphia Heart, 1984, Color Etching, Aquatint, and Drypoint


Lot 39, Terence Koh / ASIANPUNKBOY (Canadian/Chinese,b. 1977) Grease Switchblade, 2003, signed. Mixed Media

Lot 22, Jim Dine’s Asprey Travel Bag


Lot 28, Phillip Pearlstein (American, B. 1924) Lithograph, from an Edition of 125


Lot 29, Geoffrey Holder (American/Trinidadian, 1930-2014) , Male Nude Dancer (Muscle Striation), Pastel Drawing


Lot 157, Antique Old Master Oil Painting: The Lamentation of Christ, Oil on Canvas


Lot 158, Antique Spanish School Old Master Painting, attributed to Pedro Nunez de Villavicencio (Spanish, 1644-1700), Oil on Canvas


Lot 273, Larry Simons (American, 20th c.) “American Flag”, Found Wood Sculpture


Lot 357, Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Untitled, 1998, Mixed Media


Lot 312, Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Floral, Oil Painting on Board


Lot 284, Sterling Strauser (American 1907-1995) Mexican Bull Fight, 1963, Oil Painting on Masonite


Lot 390, Mary T. Smith (American, 1904-1995) Untitled (Three Figures), 1980’s, Enamel Painting on Corrugated Tin

Lot 375, David Butler (American, 1898-1997) Rooster, c. 1970s, Painted Cut Tin, Signed


Lot 377, Herbert Singleton (American, 1945-2007) Mask, Carved and Painted Wood


Lot 374, Elijah Pierce (American, 1892-1984) E. Pierce, c. 1960’s, Painted Woodcarving


Lot 381, Gerald “Creative” DePrie (American, 1935-1999) Hickory Dickory Dock, Mixed Media Drawing on Paper

Lot 382, Dwight Mackintosh (American, 1906-1999) “Angel”, Pencil on Paper


Lot 380, Lee Godie (American, 1908-1994) “My Lover”, Ink, 1997

Lot 383, William Hawkins (1895-1990) “Man on Moon”, circa 1987, Graphite and Marker Drawing on Paper, Signed


Lot 405, Inez Nathaniel Walker (American, 1911-1990) “Two Girls”, Mixed Media on Paper.


Lot 386, Scottie Willson (1889-1972) Drawing, Untitled, Signed, Ink on Paper


Lot 389, Thomas Burleson (American, 1914-1997) Double-Sided Painting: Untitled (Bird Forms)


Verso: Pink Clocks, 1973, Color Inks


Lot 391, S.L. Jones (American, 1901-1997) Happy Couple, Pen and Watercolor on Paper

Lot 392, Terry Turrell (American, b. 1946) Mixed-Media Painting


Lot 354, Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991), Hunting the Wood Duck, Early Oil Painting, 1925


Lot 333, Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991), A Miner and his Son, Oil Painting


Lot 400, Welmon Sharlhorne (American, b. 1952) “Two Faces”, Ink Drawing on Paper


Lot 38, Kathe Kollwitz (German, 1867-1945) Self Portrait, 1916, Lithograph on Paper, Signed and Dated


Lot 411, Ted Gordon (American, b.1924) “Concerned Citizen”, 1994, Ink Drawing on Paper


Lot 394, Levant Izik (20th c.), “Downtown Girl”, Oil Painting on Wood, Self Framed, 1998


Lot 395, Woodie Long (American, 1942-2009), 4 Kids with Kites, Tempera Painting on Paper


Lot 48A, Two Yugoslav (20th c.) Reverse Glass Paintings, Left: Josip Horvat, (Yugoslavian, 1939-1981) 1970


Right: Josip Generalic (Croatian, 1936-2004)1970


Lot 546, John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Woman Sitting on Pillow, Carved Wood


Lot 401, Georg Johannes Schafer aka Oma Ziegenfuss (German, 1926-1991) Two Mixed Media Works


Lot 473, Gerard Fortune (Haitian/Petionville, b. 1933) Boy, circa 1980’s, Oil Painting on Masonite


Lot 476, Charles Obas (Haitian, 1927-1968) Storm, Oil Painting on Masonite


Lot 441, Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.), Painting on Board, Signed Front and Back


Lot 445, Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.), Painting on Board, Signed Front and Back


Lot 470, Louisiane St. Fleurant (Haitian, 1924-2005) Painting, Oil on Canvas


Lot 496, Amina Simeon (Haiti, 1959-2008) Vodou Flag


Lot 524, Juan Horta Castillo (Mexican, 1940-2006) Devil and Snake Ouroboros Mask


Lot 527, Antique Mexican Mask. Pre 1900’s Mask from Dance of the Devils


Lot 591, Kevin Blyhe Sampson (20th c.) Freedom Ship, Mixed Media Sculpture Assemblage

Lot 592, Gerald Anderson (20th c.) Eve of Liberty, Carved and Painted Wood Folk Art Sculpture


Lot 593, Ritch Branstrom (20th c.) Self Portrait, Found Object Assemblage, 1999

Lot 594, Jimmy Descant (20th c.) Earth, 2007, Found Object Assemblage


1. Fred Johnson (American, 1892-1990) Dope Show Banner, paint on canvas. Size: 69” x 93” (175 x 236 cm). This banner, painted in the mid 1970’s by Fred G. Johnson (1892-1990) for O’Henry Tent and Awning company of Chicago, is illustrated on page 132 of “Freaks, Geeks, and Strange Girls” (Randy Johnson et al, 2004, Last Gasp, San Francisco). Commissioned by Walter Wanous as part of the banner line for a traveling “Dope Show”, Johnson came out of retirement to paint the banner line as a favor to this long time client and caps a career begun in 1907. Signed lower right, it is in excellent used condition. Further biographical information for the artist can be found in the exhibition catalog “Fred G. Johnson Sideshow Banners” (1989, State of Illinois Art Gallery, Chicago). Ex collection: Sonya Taylor. $3000-4000

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2. Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Mixed-media collage, matted. Size: 10.5” x 8.25”, 27 x 21 cm (sheet). $300-400 3. Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Portrait, mixed-media collage, matted. Size: 17.5” x 13.25”, 44 x 31 cm (sheet). $200-300 4. Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471-1528) St. Thomas, engraving, dated 1514 (in plate), laid paper, trimmed sheet. Size: 4.5” x 2.75” (11 x 7 cm). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $500-1000 5. Italian Old Master Drawing, Mythological Scene. Size: 9.5” x 12”, 24 x 30 cm (sheet) on larger backing. Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

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6. Antique Italian Drawing of Mary with Angels, Circle of Pier Francesco Mola (1612-1666), ink and crayon on paper. Size: 7.5” x 10.75”, 19 x 27 cm (sheet). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300 7. Antique Portrait of a Man, likely 18/19th c. Spanish, oil painting on board, signed illegibly. Size: 21.5” x 17.5”, 55 x 44 cm (board); 27.75” x 23.75”, 70 x 60 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $500-700 8. Early Spanish Retablo Painting. Size: 27.5” x 22.5”, 70 x 57 cm (sight); 30” x 23”, 76 x 58 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $300-500

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9. Jack Smith (American, 1932-1989) “The Beautiful Book” Size: 8.75” x 7” (22 x 18 cm). Complete, includes all 19 works, 18 by Jack Smith and one by Ken Jacobs of the artist at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge. Original 1962 edition of Jack Smith’s “The Beautiful Book.” An actor, photographer, and filmmaker, Jack Smith was a seminal figure of American performance art and underground cinema. His most famous film, “Flaming Creatures” (1963), was immensely formative for both drag culture and the artistic styles which came to be known as ‘camp’ and ‘trash.’ “The Beautiful Book,” his only autonomous photographic publication, was created right before the filming of “Flaming Creatures.” Original copies of the book are extremely rare, since Smith only created a single edition of approximately 60+ copies (200 were intended), many of which have been lost. The book consists of 19 contact photographic prints on yellow paper (including one of the artist by Ken Jacobs), assembled by hand by Smith and his colleagues, with a silk-screened cover designed by Marian Zazeela, an artist who appears in almost half of the photographs. $20000-30000 10. Qiu Deshu (Chinese, 20th c.) mixed media on paper. Size: 25” x 47”, 63 x 119 cm (sheet). “Qiu Deshu’s experiment in ink painting began at the end of the 1970’s. Inspired serendipitously by cracks in flagstones in 1982, he started his ‘Fissure’ series, and has been working on the techniques and theme ever since.” Translated from Fang Zengxian’s (Director of the Shanghai Art Museum) introduction to the Museum catalogue for the 2008 exhibit on Qiu Deshu. This piece was acquired from the artist in Shanghai in 1990. It is signed in both English and Chinese and stamped with the artist’s seal. It is part of Qui Deshu’s long record of working with torn paper and acrylic paint on canvas, and is finished with red seal petroglyphs pressed into a circle at the center of the painting. This particular painting is remarkably similar to one titled “Center,” featured on page 110 of the Shanghai Art Museum’s 2008 catalogue. (2008 show titled “Cracks-Qiu Deshu’s Modern Water and Ink Exhibit at the Shanghai Museum,” a New Currents Exhibition, March 21- April 4, 2008). Qui Deshu was ‘Artist in Residence’ at Tufts University (1988), and has been a guest lecturer (with a one man show), at Harvard University. In 2010 he was a featured artist at Williams College’s exhibit “Tradition and Transition.” His work has been exhibited internationally at the Lommel Gallery in Germany, at the Asian Art Museum in South Korea, and he has mounted numerous exhibitions in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, and Shanghai. $10000-15000


11. Guo Zhen (Chinese, b. 1955) Nude, pastel drawing, c. 1980s. Size: 39.5” x 39.5”, 100 x 100 cm (sight); 51.5” x 51.5”, 131 x 131 cm (frame). $10000-15000

12. Wang Longtai (Chinese, 20th c.) Scroll Painting: “Fortunate Gods”, dated 1988, Shanghai. Size: 23” x 46”, 58 x 117 cm (image); 27.75” x 57”, 70 x 145 cm (scroll). $300-500

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13. Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) Jane Avril, lithograph from the portfolio Le Cafe Concert. Published by L’Estample Originale, Paris 1893. Size: 11” x 8.75”, 28 x 22 cm (sight); 22” x 19”, 56 x 48 cm (frame). $800-1200

14. A. Ortelli (Italian, 19th/20th c.) Faun in Wooded Landscape, dated 1908, oil on canvas. Size: 46” x 38”, 117 x 97 cm (sight); 48.75” x 41”, 124 x 104 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $500-1000

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15. Milne Ramsey (American, 1847-1915) Landscape, oil painting on board. Size: 7” x 12” (18 x 30 cm). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

16. Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) Green Aerial Art Glass Balloon, signed, Pilchick XXV 354/400. Size: 6” x 7.5” x 8” (15 x 19 x 20 cm). $1000-1500

17. Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) Blue Aerial Art Glass Balloon, signed, Pilchick XXV 306/400. Size: 6” x 7.5” x 8” (15 x 19 x 20 cm). $1000-1500

18. David Nash (British, born 1945) Desk Rack, 1998, carved and limed wood, signed, numbered 16/40. Size: 12.25” x 5.25” x 4.5” (31 x 13 x 11 cm). Purchased at Galerie LeLong, NYC. $1000-3000

19. George Segal, (American, 1924-2000) Hand Over Breast, 1982, cast paper wall relief, from an edition of 75. Size” 19” x 15.25” x 9.25”, 48 x 39 x 23 cm (plexi box). $1000-1500

20. Rena Segal (American, 20th c.) Still Life, oil painting. Size: 9” x 22”, 23 x 56 cm (board); 11.5” x 24.5”, 29 x 62 cm (frame). Rena Segal is the daughter of George Segal (1924-2000). $200-300

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21. Jim Dine (American, 1935) The Philadelphia Heart, 1984, color etching, aquatint, and drypoint, pencil signed, dated, and numbered, from an edition of 35. Philadelphia museum of Art, publisher; Atelier Crommelynck, printer. Cat: D’oench/Feinberg 178. Size: 12” x 11”, 30 x 28 cm (plate); 15.75” x 14”, 40 x 36 cm (sight); 27.5” x 21”, 70 x 53 cm (frame). $1500-2500

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22. Jim Dine’s Asprey Travel Bag. Tag: Jim Dine, Putney, VT. Size: 14” x 25” x 12” (36 x 64 x 31 cm). $200-300 23. LeRoy Neiman (American, 1921-2012) Orchestra Musicians (Violins Players), an original ink wash painting on paper, signed lower right. Size: 18.5” x 29.5”, 47 x 75 cm (sight); 29” x 39.5”, 74 x 100 cm (frame). $3000 -5000

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24. Earl C. Nieman (American, b. 1919) Abstract Painting, 1965, mixed media. Size: 50” x 36.25”, 127 x 92 cm (sight); 52” x 38”, 132 x 97 cm (frame). Earl C. Nieman is the brother of artist LeRoy Neiman (1921-2012). $300 -500 25. Earl C. Nieman (American, b. 1919) Ink Drawing of the Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. Size: 8” x 5”, 20 x 13 cm (sight); 14.5” x 10.75”, 37 x 27 cm (frame). Earl C. Nieman is the brother of artist LeRoy Neiman (1921-2012). $150-250

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26. Arman (American/French, 1928-2005) Chessboard, as an Homaage to Marcel Duchamp, c. 1973, with the L.H.O.O.Q. mustache silkscreened in each square, signed and numbered. Size: 16.75” x 16.75”, 43 x 43 cm (frame). $500-700 27. Hannah Wilke (American, 1940-1993) “Roy Rogers”, 1974, lithograph, from an edition of 100, signed numbered and inscribed. Size: 19.75” x 34”, 50 x 86 cm (frame). $1000-2000 28. Phillip Pearlstein (American, b. 1924) Nude Model posing on an Eames ottoman, original lithograph, from an edition of 125. Size: 20” x 27.75”, 51 x 70 cm (sheet); 27.75” x 35.75”, 70 x 91 cm (frame). $200-400

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29. Geoffrey Holder (American/Trinidadian, 1930-2014) Male Nude Dancer (Muscle Striation), pastel drawing. Size: 20” x 26”, 51 x 66 cm (sheet), 34” x 40”, 86 x 102 cm (frame). Provenance: The Collection of Patricia L. and Maurice C. Thompson, acquired directly from the artist. $500-1000

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30. James Rosenquist (American, b. 1933) For the Young Artist, 1991, screenprint in colors, from an edition of 80. Framed under glass in quality dark blonde wood molding. Size: 35” x 36”, 89 x 91 cm (sheet); 38” x 38.75”, 97 x 98 cm (frame). $800-1200


31. Robert Motherwell (American, 1915-1991) Tricolor, 1973, offset lithograph in 3 colors, signed in plate, from the edition of 3000 published in XXe Siecle in 1973, matted. Size: 12.25” x 9.25”, 31 x 23 cm (sheet). $300-500 32. R.B. Kitaj (1932-2007) The Defects of its Qualities (G Braque), c. 1967-8, screenprint on paper, from an edition of 70. Size: 35.5” x 24.5”, 90 x 62 cm (frame). $200-300

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33. After Pierre Bonnard (French, 1867-1947), Jacques Villon (French, 1875-1963) La baignoire, c. 1944, from an edition of 80 (Bouvet, 120). Size: 21” x 26”, 53 x 66 cm (sheet); 29.5” x 34.5”, 75 x 88 cm (frame). $800-1200 34. Victor Vasarely (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997) Modern Abstract Composition, screenprint. Size: 33.25” x 33”, 84 x 83 cm (frame). $300-500 35. Robert Rauschenberg (American, 1925-2008) Tag, 1997, offset lithograph in colors, on heavy wove paper, from an edition of 500, pencil signed. Size: 18.5” x 15.75”, 47 x 40 cm (sheet); 25” x 22.25”, 64 x 57 cm (frame). $800-1200 36. Jasper Johns (American, b. 1930) “Silver Cicada”, 1982, offset lithograph, unsigned, matted. Size: 9” x 6.5”, 23 x 17 cm (sheet). $300-500 37. Piero Dorazio (Italian, 1927-2005) Abstract Modernist Screenprint, 1968. Size: 24.75” x 34.75”, 63 x 88 cm (sight); 25.5: x 35.5”, 65 x 90 cm (frame). $200-300 38. Kathe Kollwitz (German, 1867-1945) Self Portrait, 1916, lithograph on paper, signed and dated. Condition: the sheet is laid down on board. Size: 14” x 12”, 36 x 30 cm (sight); 19.75” x 17.75”, 50 x 45 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300 39. Terence Koh / ASIANPUNKBOY (Canadian/Chinese,b. 1977) Grease Switchblade, 2003, signed. Mixed media: switchblade, rhinestones, paint, string. Condition: areas of paint loss to the blade. Size: approx. 9”L. $500-700 40. Terence Koh / ASIANPUNKBOY (Canadian/Chinese,b. 1977) Exhibition Box to accompany The Whole Family exhibition that occurred from May 10th to June 14th, 2003, comprising a list of elements for the show, a series of lavender tinted portraits, poems, a music CD, and a paper airplane. Housed in original cardboard clamshell box with blind-stamped, from a limited edition of 100 copies. $100-200

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41. Heavy Bronze Bronze Philadelphia Soft Pretzel Sculpture, signed DCS, dated 1987. Size: 7” x 10” x 1.25” (18 x 25 x 3 cm). $300-500

42. Kosta Angeli Radovani (Croatian, 1916-2002) Seated Figure, 1968, bronze sculpture. Size: 19” x 7” x 8” (48 x 18 x 20 cm). $200-300 41

42 43. Kosta Angeli Radovani (Croatian, 1916-2002) Kneeling Figure, 1967, 2/2, cast metal sculpture. Size: 19” x 7” x 7” (48 x 18 x 18 cm). $200-300

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44. Kosta Angeli Radovani (Croatian, 1916-2002) Standing Figure, 1958, bronze sculpture. Size: 9” x 4” x 3” (23 x 10 x 8 cm). $100-200

45. 1969 Modern Metal Sculpture, signed Ackerman. Size: 17” x 10” x 7” (43 x 25 x 18 cm). $100-200

46. Mitrovic (Balkan School, 20th c.) Man with Cane, Bronze sculpture. Size: 20.5” x 10” x 8” (52 x 25 x 20 cm). $100-200 45

46 47. Mitrovic (Balkan School, 20th c.) Thinking Figure, bronze sculpture. Size: 27” x 6” x 18” (49 x 15 x 20 cm). $200-300

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48A. Two Yugoslav (20th c.) Reverse Glass Paintings, depicting farm scenes: 1) Josip Horvat, Yugoslavian (1939-1981) Joska, 1970, oil on glass; 2) Josip Generalic (Croatian, 1936-2004) 1970. Size: 11.25” x 13.25”, 29 x 34 cm (sight); 15.25” x 17.5”, 39 x 44 cm (frame). $500-700

48. Helmut Leherb (Austrian, 1933-1997) Angel Caido, watercolor and pastel, 1960’s. Size: 19.25” x 6”, 49 x 15 cm (sight); 28” x 14.75”, 71 x 37 cm (frame). $500-700 48A_1

49 49. Dozier Bell (American, b. 1957) Dog Race, mixed media on canvas, painted on both sides. Size: 12” x 11”, 30 x 28 cm (stretcher); 12.5” x 11.5”, 32 x 29 cm (frame). $300-500

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50. Peter Paone (American, 20th c.) Abstract Mid Century Painting, oil on canvas, 1956. Size: 29.5” x 49.5”, 75 x 126 cm (stretcher); 38.5” x 58”, 98 x 147 cm (frame). $400-600


51. Salvatore Pinto (American/Phila, 1905-1966) Still Life Painting, oil on canvas. WPA Artist; Barnes Foundation. Size: 30” x 26”, 76 x 66 cm (stretcher); 33.25” x 29.25”, 84 x 74 cm (frame). $400-600 52. Benedict Kogl (German, 1892-1969) Playful Cats, oil painting on canvas, in a gilt wood frame. Size: 7.25” x 9.5”, 18 x 24 cm (stretcher); 16” x 18.25”, 41 x 46 cm (frame). $1000-2000 53. Benedict Kogl (German, 1892-1969) Five Cats, oil painting on canvas, in a gilt wood frame. Size: 7.25” x 9.5”, 18 x 24 cm (stretcher); 16” x 18.25”, 41 x 46 cm (frame). $1000-2000

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54. Leonid Gechtoff (Russian/American, d. 1941) Oil Painting, Depicting a European City Scene, oil on canvas. Size: 25” x 25”, 64 x 64 cm (stretcher); 28.5” x 28.5”, 72 x 72 cm (frame). Condition: Areas of pigment loss, surface dirt. $300-500 55. 19th c. Landscape Oil Painting signed “F. Smith”, oil on canvas. Size: 6” x 8”, 15 x 20 cm (board); 14.25” x 16.25”, 36 x 41 cm (frame). $200-300 56. 19th c. Still Life Painting, oil on canvas, signed A.J.R. dated ‘89, relined. Size: 16” x 23”, 41 x 58 cm (stretcher); 22.75” x 29.75”, 58 x 76 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 57. American School (20th c.) Interior Scene, oil on canvas, signed Arthur S. 1964. Size: 31.25” x 23.75”, 79 x 60 cm (stretcher); 32.25” x 24.5”, 82 x 62 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 58. Paragut Steam Boat Painting (20th c.), oil on canvas, signed illegibly. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 28.5” x 32.5”, 72 x 83 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 59. John Cawse (BRITISH, 1779-1862) Painting of Henry IV, who was King of England and Lord of Ireland from 1399 to 1413, oil on canvas, in an antique carved wood frame. Size: 25” x 30”, 64 x 76 cm (stretcher); 33” x 38”, 84 x 97 cm (frame). $1500-2000 60. American School (19th c.) Portrait of William Allraff Summers: Captain of Industry, oil on canvas, lined. Unsigned. A note on the stretcher reads: “William Allraff Summers (1808-1881), Engineer, Original partner in firm of day - Summers & Co. of South Hampton. Inventor of the Steam Road Carriage, masting sheers with screw”. Size: 30” x 25”, 76 x 64 cm (stretcher); 36” x 30.75”, 91 x 78 cm (frame). $500-1000

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61. Albert Rosenthal (American 1863-1939) Portrait of Abraham Wernicke, c. 1930. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia label on verso, original period frame. Size: 36” x 29”, 91 x 74 cm (stretcher); 41.25” x 34.25”, 105 x 87 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-1000

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62. Jose Angel Toirac (Cuban, b. 1966) Portrait of Che Guevara, Portrait of Che Guevara, watercolor. Size: 25” x 19”, 64 x 48 cm (sight); 31.25” x 25.25”, 79 x 64 cm (frame). Jose Toirac graduated from the academia de Sam Alejandro in 1985 and the Institue of Superiror de Arte in Havana in 1990. He was included in 2001 at the Whitney Museum of Art exhibition: The American Effect and at MOMA in 2001 in Recent Acquisitions from the Department of Drawings. $200-300 63. Herbert Nelson Hooven (American, 1898) Landscape, oil painting on board. Size: 16” x 18”, 41 x 46 cm (board); 17.5” x 19.75”, 44 x 50 cm (frame). $200-300

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64. H. Niemeier (American/Brooklyn NY, 20th c.) Forrest, painting on canvas, old label on verso. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (stretcher); 12.75” x 15.75”, 32 x 40 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 65. Selma L. Oppenheimer (American/Maryland, 1898-1988) Country Farm Landscape Painting, oil on canvas. Size: 22” x 30”, 56 x 76 cm (stretcher); 24.75” x 32.75”, 63 x 83 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 66. Louis Icart (French, 1888-1950) Monsieur l’Amour Opera Poster, Max Eschig Editeur 48 ru de Rome Paris, lithograph in colors, 1922. Size: 61” x 45”, 155 x 114 cm (sight); 62.5” x 46.5”, 159 x 118 cm (frame). $1500 -2500 67. Antique French Horseshoe Advertising Poster: SAVON PUR FER a Cheval, J.B. Paul. Size: 54.5” x 41.5”, 138 x 105 cm (sight); 61” x 48”, 155 x 122 cm (frame). $800-1200

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68. Vintage Movie Poster: The Golden Stallion with Roy Rogers and Trigger, Lithograph. Size: 39.75” x 26”, 101 x 66 cm (sight); 104 x 70 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 69. Vintage French Theatre Poster: Theatre Le Bois Sacre, Morphinomanes, lithograph. Size: 33” x 24”. 84 x 61 cm (sight); 37” x 27.75”, 64 x 70 cm (frame). $200-400

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70. 2 Vintage Andy Warhol Querelle Posters. Each: 41.75” x 29.75”, 106 x 76 cm (frame). $400-600


71. Naomi Savage (American, 1927-1995) Series of 3 Photographs: Flowers. Size: 9.75” x 7.75”, 25 x 20 cm (largest sight); 14.5” x 29.25”, 37 x 74 cm (frame). $300-500

72. Attributed to Ryan McGinley, BMX, New York. c-print on Fuji crystal archive photo paper. Provenance: Private Collection. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (sheet), 9” x 13.5”, 23 x 34 cm (image), 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (frame). $2000-3000

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73. 7 Ryan McGinley Style Photographs, c-prints, mounted to backing board. Each Size: 16” x 12.25”, 41 x 31 cm (frame). $100-200

74. Daniel Karlsson (20th c.) Fine Art Photograph mounted to metal. Size: 39” x 39” (99 x 99 cm). $200-400

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75. “Football Helmet” Contemporary Fine Art Color Photograph, unknown artist, framed. Size: 31.5” x 31.5”, 80 x 80 cm (sight); 33” x 33”, 84 x 84 cm (frame). $200-400

76. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) Skeleton, c-print, framed. Size: 24.75” x 23.75”, 63 x 60 cm (sight); 25.75” x 24.75”, 65 x 63 cm (frame). $300-500

77. New Delhi India 1998 Large Fine Art Photograph, c-print, signed illegibly. Size: 29.5” x 36.75”, 75 x 93 cm (sight); 31” x 38.25”, 79 x 97 cm (frame). $300-500

78. American (20th c.) Funeral Pyre, c-print. Size: 29.75” x 39.5”, 76 x 100 cm (sight); 31.25” x 41”, 79 x 104 cm (frame). $100-200

79. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) Brazil Cityscape, black and white photograph, framed. Size: 30.5” x 38.5”, 77 x 98 cm (sight); 40” x 48”, 102 x 122 cm (frame). $300-500

80. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) Nude Fashion Model, black and white photograph, framed. Size: 46” x 36.75”, 117 x 93 cm (sight); 47.5” x 38.25”, 121 x 97 cm (frame). $300-500

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81. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) Fashion Model, black and white photograph, framed. Size: 22” x 18.25”, 56 x 46 cm (sight); 28” x 23.5”, 71 x 60 cm (frame). $200-300 82. An Original B&W Fine Art Fashion Photograph of Kate Moss and Paul Rowland. Size: 9.75” x 9”, 25 x 23 cm (sight); 14.75” x 14”, 37 x 36 cm (frame). $200-300 81

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83. Paul Rowland (20th c.) 2 Black and White Photographs, framed. Largest: 10” x 14.75”, 25 x 37 cm (sight); 17.75” x 21.75”, 45 x 55 cm (frame). $200-300 84. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) 3 Framed black and white fashion photographs. Size: 22.5” x 17.75”, 57 x 45 cm (sight); 34.25” x 29”, 87 x 74 cm (frame). $300-500

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84 85. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) 2 Photographs: Framed Portraits of Naomi Campbell, c-prints. Size: 13.5” x 10.5”, 34 x 27 cm (sight); 19.75” x 16.75”, 50 x 43 cm (frame). $300-500 86. Group of 5 Framed Photographs, 4 Black and White, 1 Color, each framed by Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) Fine Art, Fashion Photographer. Size: 24” x 19.75”, 61 x 50 cm (sheet); 27” x 23”, 69 x 58 cm (frame). $500-700

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88. John Loengard (American, 1934) Georgia O’Keeffe, Abiquiu, New Mexico, 1966, black and white silver gelatin emulsion photograph (16 x 20), signed and stamped on verso. Illustrated in the book Georgia O’Keeffe at Ghost Ranch. Size: 6” x 9”, 15 x 23 cm (sight); 12” x 14”, 30 x 36 cm (frame). Provenance: James Danziger Gallery, New York (label on verso). $800-1200

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87. Series of 3 Portraits by Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.), black and white photographs. Size: 19” x 15.5”, 48 x 39 cm (sight); 25.5” x 21.5”, 65 x 55 cm (frame). $300-500

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89. Paul Rowland (American, 20th c.) Naomi Campbell Portfolio, 60 pc including original proof prints, contact sheets, polaroids and unpublished outtakes from a 2003 Vibe Magazine Editorial Photo Shoot titled “Jungle Fever”, with styling by Emil Wilbekin. The 11” x 14” portfolio includes tearsheets from the published magazine editorial. $200-400 90. Two Contemporary Black and White Photographs, a landscape and a portrait. Various (20th c.) artists. Largest measures: 24.5” x 28.5”, 62 x 72 cm (frame). $100-200


91. Unknown Artist (American, 20th c.) You Need Faith, graphite on paper, signed illegibly. Size: 23” x 30.75”, 58 x 78 cm (sheet); 25.25” x 32.75”, 64 x 83 cm (frame). $200-300

92. Leonard Baskin (American, 1922-2000) Portrait of a Man (Archer), 1975, lithograph from an edition of 100. Size: 41.25” x 29.25”, 105 x 74 cm (sight); 42” x 30”, 107 x 76 cm (frame). $500-700 91

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93. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) The Butterfly and the Lips, 1971, lithograph, H.C., signed an inscribed in pencil along the lower margin. Size: 22.5” x 16.5”, 57 x 42 cm (sight); 28” x 22”, 71 x 56 cm (mat). $500-700

94. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Lithograph from La Divine Comedie, signed in plate. Size: 11.25” x 8.5”, 29 x 22 cm (sight); 19” x 15”, 48 x 38 cm (frame). $100-200

95. Stanley William Hayter (British, 1901-1988) Untitled Engraving, signed and dated 1949. Size: 4.5” x 3.5”, 11 x 9 cm (plate), 9.5” x 6”, 24 x 23 cm (sheet). $300-500

96. George Segal, (American, 1924-2000) Nude with Chair, 1978, serigraph,from an edition of 135. Size: 19.25” x 13”, 49 x 33 cm (sight); 27.25” x 19.25”, 69 x 49 cm (frame). $300-400

97. Jack Bookbinder (American, 1911-1990) Before Rehearsal, 1966, lithograph from an edition of 50. Size: 10.5” x 14.5”, 27 x 37 cm (sight); 16.25” x 20.25”, 41 x 51 cm (frame). $200-300

98. Manuel Robbe (French, 1872-1936) Untitled (Afternoon Tea) aquatint in colors. Size: 17.5” x 14”, 44 x 36 cm (sight); 30.5” x 27”, 77 x 69 cm (frame). $800-1200

99. Manuel Robbe (French, 1872-1936) Untitled (Boudoir Scene), aquatint in colors. Size: 20” x 13.5”, 51 x 34 cm (sight); 34.75” x 30.25”, 88 x 77 cm (frame). $800-1200

100. Paul Cesar Helleu (French, 1859-1927) Reclining Lady, drypoint, signed in pencil. Size: 15” x 20.5”, 38 x 52 cm (sight); 27” x 33”, 69 x 84 cm (frame). $800-1200

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101. Paul Wunderlich (German, 1927-2010) Lithograph, from an edition of 60. Size: 20” x 25.5”, 51 x 65 cm (sheet); 26.5” x 32.75”, 67 x 83 cm (frame). $150-250

102. Paolo Boni (Italian, B. 1926) Omagio..., 1968, print from an edition of 15. Size: 18” x 13”, 46 x 33 cm (sight); 23.5” x 17.5”, 60 x 45 cm (frame). $100-200 101

102 103. John French Sloan (American, 1871-1951) Nude and Breakfast Tray (Morse 263), etching, 1933. Size: 6.5” x 7.5”, 17 x 19 cm (sight); 18.75” x 14.75”, 48 x 37 cm (frame). $500-700

104. John French Sloan (American, 1871-1951) Girl in Kimono, etching. Size: 5.75” x 5.75”, 15 x 15 cm (sight); 17” x 13”, 43 x 33 cm (frame). $500-700

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105. John French Sloan (American, 1871-1951) Miss Angna Enters, 1926, etching. Size: 4.5” x 2.75”, 11 x 7 cm (sight); 15” x 12.25”, 38 x 31 cm (frame). $250-350

106. Warren B. Davis (American, 1865-1928) Engraving, depicting a Nymph in the form of a crescent moon. Size: 11.5” x 10”, 29 x 25 cm (sheet), 8.25” x 6.75”, 21 x 17 cm (image) $100-200

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107. Joseph Pennell (American, 1857-1926) Thames from Richmond Hill, 1903, etching. Size: 8.5” x 11”, 22 x 28 cm (image), 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (sheet). $200-400

108. Ted Colyer (Canadian, b. 1947) “Takayama II”, 1977, woodblock print, from an edition of 80. Size: 17.25” x 22.75” (44 x 58 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $600-800 107

108 109. Luigi Kasimir (Austrian, 1881-1962) River scene with castle, aquatint in colors. Size: 12.5” x 11.5” (32 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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110. Luigi Kasimir (Austrian, 1881-1962) River scene with boats, aquatint in colors. Size: 12.5” x 12” (32 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300


111. Diane Burko (American, b. 1945) Coastline, lithograph, from an edition of 175, framed. Size: 40” x 29.5”, 102 x 75 cm (sight); 46.5” x 36”, 118 x 91 cm (frame). $150-250

112. Roy De Forest (American, 1930-2007) Coyote, 1981, lithograph, signed, from an edition of 125. Size: 30” x 22”, 76 x 56 cm (sheet); 35” x 27.5”, 89 x 70 cm (frame). $250-350 111

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113. Frederick Detwiller (American 1882-1953) Ship Graveyard, engraving. Size: 12.75” x 18.75”, 32 x 48 cm (sight); 20.5” x 25.5”, 52 x 65 cm (frame). $200-300

114. Reynolds Beal (American 1867-1951) Ship, 1927, engraving, 26 impressions. Size: 9.75” x 13.75”, 25 x 35 cm (image). $200-300

115. Reynolds Beal (American 1867-1951) Fisherman’s Races (Gloucester), 1930, engraving, 26 impressions. Size: 7.75” x 12.75”, 20 x 32 cm (image). $200-300

116. Reynolds Beal (American 1867-1951) Harbor, 1930, engraving. Size: 6.75” x 11”, 17 x 28 cm (image). $200-300 115

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117. Raphael Soyer (American, 1899-1987) Seamstress, lithograph in colors, Artist’s Proof XXV. Size: 23” x 17.25”, 58 x 44 cm (sight); 31” x 25”, 79 x 64 cm (frame). $200-300

118. Dennis Kardon “Charlotte’s Gaze”, 1985, 11 color lithograph and woodcut, from an edition of 30. Size: 24.75” x 27”, 63 x 69 cm (sheet); 30.75” x 33”, 78 x 84 cm (frame). $100-200 117

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119. Rafael Ferrer (Puerto Rican, b. 1933) Boston, lithograph on paper bag. Size: 17” x 11.75”, 43 x 30 cm (object); 21.75” x 16.75”, 55 x 43 cm (frame). $150-250

120. Graciela Rodo Boulanger (Bolivian,b. 1935) Aquatint, from an edition of 150. Size: 22.25” x 22.25”, 57 x 57 cm (sheet); 29” x 29.25”, 74 x 75 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2000-3000

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121. Kim Dingle (American, b. 1951) New Yorker Page, Pen and ink on New Yorker page. Size: 10.75” x 8”, 27 x 20 cm (sheet); 18” x 15.25”, 46 x 39 cm (frame). Provenance: Blum and Poe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. $300 -500

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122. Kim Dingle (American, b. 1951) Baby, oil on canvas, 1993, “Not for Resale” on reverse. Size: 10.25” x 8.25”, 26 x 21 cm (stretcher). Prov: Blum and Poe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. $500-700

123. Judy Glantzman (American, 1956) Original Figure Drawing. Purchased at Exit Art, NYC. Size: 10.25” x 7.75”, 26 x 20 cm (sight); 20.5” x 16.5”, 52 x 42 cm (frame). $100-200

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124. Kim Dingle (American, b. 1951) Fighting Girls, oil on canvas, 1993, signed on reverse. Provenance: Blum and Poe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Size: 10” x 14”, 25 x 36 cm (stretcher). $500-700

125. Francesca Aceves Humana (Mexico, b. 1969) Pirimide Humana, pencil, oil encaustic on wood, 1995. Size: 15.75” x 15.75”, 40 x 40 cm (board). Provenance: Howard Scott Gallery, NYC. $300-500

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126. Chad (Grossus) Contemporary mixed media work on paper, collage with staple. Size: 12” x 12”, 30 x 30 cm (sheet); 16.5” x 16.5”, 42 x 42 cm (frame). $100-200

127. Bill Goja (American, 20th c.) Wolf, mixed media on canvas, 1992, inscribed on verso. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (stretcher). $100-200

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128. The Golden Goose, 1977, lithograph, signed illegibly and numbered VII/XV Size: 34.75” x 28.5”, 88 x 72 cm (sight); 35.5” x 29”, 90 x 74 cm (frame). $100-150

129. Ilana Halperin (American, 20th c.) Hands, 1997, mixed media painting on wood. Size: 43” x 9.5”, 109 x 24 cm (board). $100-200

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130. Tim Gardner (American, 20th c.) Untitled (Lars on the Beach with a Sandwoman), 1999, watercolor on paper. Size: 8.75” x 6.25”, 22 x 16 cm (image). Provenance: 303 Gallery, NY (label on verso). $200-300


131. Kate Moran (American, b. 1958) 4 Works: a found metal and concrete sculpture assemblage, accompanied by 3 photographic works. Size: 40.5” x 19” x 5”, 103 x 48 x 13 cm (sculpture). $300-500

132. Jorge Rodriguez-Aguilar (Columbian, b. 1960) Sculpture, polychrome metal rebarb sculpture. Size: 25” x 25” x 17” (64 x 64 x 43 cm). $150-250 131

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133. Chinese Landscape with Bridge, hand-painted, signed. Size: 10” x 16”, 25 x 41 cm (sheet); 12.75” x 20.5”, 32 x 52 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

134. Japanese Print by Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) Size: 12.75” x 8.75”, 32 x 22 cm (sight); 18.5” x 14”, 47 x 36 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia; Newman Galleries, Philadelphia (label on verso). $200 -300

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135. 6 Kiesuke Serizawa (Japanese, 1895-1984) Woodblock Calendar Prints. Size: 13” x 10.75”, 33 x 27 cm (sight); 14.5” x 12.25”, 37 x 31 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

136. Ohara Shoson (Japanese, 1877-1945) “Mandarin Ducks in Snow”, color woodblock print, framed. Size: 14” x 9.25”, 36 x 23 cm (sight); 20.25” x 15”, 51 x 38 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

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137. 6 Old Japanese Woodblock Prints, by various artists including Ando Hiroshige, 11 Hakone from The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido and others including a breast feeding woman and landscape. Ranging in size from 4.25” x 3.5”, 11 x 9 cm to 14.5” x 9.5”, 37 x 24 cm (sheet). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

138. 4 Old Japanese Prints, various artists including: Hasegawa Sadanobu III and Tomikichiro Tokuriki. Ranging in size from 11 x 8.25”, 28 x 21 cm to 15.25” x 10”, 39 x 25 cm (sheet). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

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139. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 14.5” x 9.5”, 37 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200

140. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 14.25” x 9.75”, 36 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200

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141. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 13.5” x 9”, 34 x 23 cm (sheet). $100-200

142. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 13.75” x 9.5”, 35 x 24 cm (sheet). $100-200

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144. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 14.25” x 9.75”, 36 x 25 cm (sheet). $100-200

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145. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 13.75” x 9”, 35 x 23 cm (sheet). $100-200

146. Antique Japanese Color Woodblock Print, oban. Size: 14.5” x 10”, 37 x 25 cm (sheet). $100-200

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147. 4 Chinese Paintings, various artists, including 3 works on paper and a scroll fragment, hand-painted. Size: 9.5” x 9.5” (24 x 24 cm) to 12.25” x 9.5” (31 x 24 cm). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100 -200

148. 4 Japanese woodblock prints of birds, flowers, fish and rabbits by Kono Bairei (1844-1895). Ranging in size from 8.25” x 10.75”, 21 x 27 cm to 13.75” x 9”, 35 x 23 cm (sheet). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-300

147 149. Framed Antique Japanese Woodblock Print. Size: 8.5” x 7”, 22 x 18 cm (sheet); 20.75” x 16.75”, 53 x 43 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200

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150. Pair of Chinese (20th c.) Reverse Painted Glass Scenes. Each measures: 23” x 17.25”, 58 x 44 cm (frame). $100-200


151. 6 Antique Chinese pai-miao or the “pure delineation” style, ink drawings on paper, 19th c. Size: 12” x 11”, 30 x 28 cm (sheet); 18” x 18”, 46 x 46 cm. Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200 152. 6 Antique Chinese pai-miao or the “pure delineation” style, ink drawings on paper, 19th c. Size: 12” x 11”, 30 x 28 cm (sheet); 18” x 18”, 46 x 46 cm. Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200

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153. 6 Antique Chinese pai-miao or the “pure delineation” style, ink drawings on paper, 19th c. Size: 2” x 11”, 30 x 28 cm (sheet); 18” x 18”, 46 x 46 cm. Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200 154. Group of Japanese Book Pages and prints by various artists. Size: 12” x 17”, 30 x 43 (largest). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200 155. 19th c. Chinese Silk Embroidery (Forbidden Stitch). Size: 22.25” x 11.75”, 57 x 30 cm (sight); 23.75” x 13.25”, 60 x 34 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000 156. Antique Old Master Oil Painting: Saint James the Greater (Santiago el Mayor), unknown artist, in a period carved gilt wood frame. Size: 69” x 42”, 175 x 107 cm (stretcher); 79” x 52”, 201 x 132 cm (frame). $500 -1000 157. Antique Old Master Oil Painting: The Lamentation of Christ, unknown artist, in a period carved gilt wood frame. Size: 39.5” x 53.5”, 100 x 136 cm (stretcher); 51” x 64.25”, 130 x 163 cm (frame). $500-1000 158. Antique Spanish School Old Master Painting, attributed to Pedro Nunez de Villavicencio (Spanish, 1644 -1700), oil on canvas in a carved gilt wood frame. Size: 38” x 56.5”, 97 x 144 cm (stretcher); 46.5” x 65.75”, 118 x 167 cm (frame). $1000-1500 159. Portrait of a Man, 1950’s Mid Century, oil on board, signed Harvey. Size: 39” x 25.25”, 99 x 64 cm (board); 43.5” x 29.5”, 110 x 75 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $200-400 160. Norman Badgley Wilson (British, b. 1906) Landscape, oil on canvas, craquelure throughout. Size: 24.5” x 36”, 62 x 91 cm (stretcher); 31” x 43”, 79 x 109 cm (frame). $300-500

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161. Douglas Conway (British, 20th c.) Two Landscape Paintings: European Countryside, each oil on canvas, tear to windmill painting. Size: 19.5” x 27.5”, 50 x 70 cm (frame) and 19.5” x 15.5”, 50 x 39 cm (frame). $200 -300

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162. Norman Badgley Wilson (British, b. 1906) Fall Landscape, oil on canvas. Size: 28” x 36”, 71 x 91 cm (stretcher); 35” x 43”, 89 x 109 cm (frame). Provenance: Newman Galleries, Philadelphia (label on verso). $500 -700 163. Jordanus van der Vliet (Dutch/Canadian 1891-1962) Snow Covered Landscape with Horses, oil painting on panel. Size: 14.5” x 19.5”, 37 x 50 cm (sight); 18.5” x 23.5”, 47 x 60 cm (frame). $200-400 164. Irvin Nahan (American/Philadelphia, b. 1927) Still Life, 1965, oil on canvas. Size: 10” x 12”, 25 x 30 cm (stretcher); 13.5” x 15.5”, 34 x 39 cm (frame). Studied at the Barnes School. $50-100

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165. Irvin Nahan (American/Philadelphia, b. 1927) Beach at Ebb Tide, gouache painting. Size: 13.5” x 15”, 34 x 38 cm (sight); 19.5” x 22”, 50 x 56 cm (frame). $50-100 166. Alfred Ortega (American, 20th c.) The Couple, oil painting on canvas. Size: 48” x 36” (122 x 91 cm). $300 -500 167. Isaiah Zagar (American, b. 1939) Mixed-media collage, matted. Size: 8.5” x 9.5”, 22 x 24 cm (sheet). $50 -100

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169. M. Fox (20th c.) Chincoteague Wetlands, landscape oil painting on board, 1990. Size: 7.5” x 15.25”, 19 x 39 cm (sight); 11.25” x 19.25”, 29 x 49 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hartzell’s Auction Gallery. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 170. Sail Boat Cottage Coastal Scene, Oil on Board. Size: 11.5” x 18”, 29 x 46 cm (sight); 16.5” x 23”, 42 x 58 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hartzell’s Auction Gallery. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300


171. 2 Oil Paintings with Boats: 1) Val McGann (Irish, 20th c.), Oil on Canvas, 1928. Size: 8.75” x 11.75”, 22 x 30 cm (sight); 13.5” x 16.5”, 34 x 42 cm (frame); 2) J. Leonard, Oil on Canvas. Size: 7.5” x 9.5”, 19 x 24 cm (sight); 12.75” x 14.5”, 32 x 37 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100 172. Paris City Scene Painting: H. Duchamp (American, 20th C), Oil on Canvas. Size: 11.5” x 16”, 29 x 41 cm (sight); 16” x 20.5”, 41 x 52 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 173. American School (20th c.) Landscape Watercolor on Paper, signed L.J. Lipscomb. Size: 9.5” x 19.5”, 24 x 50 cm (sight); 14.75” x 24.75”, 37 x 63 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-150

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174. Eileen Wartenberg (American, 20th c.) Seascape with Clouds, oil on unstreched canvas, 2006. Size: 11.5” x 15.5”, 29 x 39 cm (sight); 18” x 22”, 46 x 56 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 175. H.L. Kocher, Rocky Mountains, oil painting on board. Size: 7.5” x 9.75”, 19 x 25 cm (sight); 13” x 15”, 33 x 38 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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176. P.A. Vinzer, Tall House Along Road in Fall, 1975. Size: 8” x 10”, 20 x 25 cm (stretcher); 12.75” x 14.75”, 32 x 37 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hartzell’s Auction Gallery. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 177. Geri Taper (American/New York, 1929-2004) #2 (Abstract Composition), 1976, oil on canvas. Size: 84” x 66”, 213 x 168 cm (stretcher); 85” x 67”, 216 x 170 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-1000 178. Harold C. Kimball (American, b. 1929) Nude, 1965, oil on canvas. Size: 16” x 12”, 41 x 30 cm (stretcher), 24 x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (frame). $100-200 179. Luzon (20th c.) 1960’s Heavy Impasto Painting, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Size: 16 x 12”, 41 x 30 cm (canvas), 17.5 x 13.5”, 44 x 34 cm (frame). $100-200 180. 2 Mid-Century Abstract Paintings, oil on canvas, one signed Milliken. Size: 14 x 18”, 36 x 46 cm (canvas) and 26” x 12”, 66 x 30 cm (canvas). $100-200

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181. Paul Phifer (American/Tennessee, 1951-2013) Lady with Flowering Hat, 1985, oil on masonite. Size: 14” x 10” (36 x 25 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600

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182. Paul Phifer (American/Tennessee, 1951-2013) Young Girl in Hat, 1985, oil on masonite. Size: 10” x 14” (25 x 36 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600 183. American School (20th c.) Sailing Ships, oil on canvas. Size: 16” x 22”, 41 x 56 cm (stretcher); 16.5” x 23”, 42 x 58 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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184. Byron (20th c.) Gnomes and Wizard in the Woods, 1978, oil on canvas. Size: 20” x 30”, 51 x 76 cm (stretcher). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 185. 20th c. Still Life Oil Painting, signed illegibly. Size: 19.75” x 23.5”, 50 x 60 cm (sight); 23” x 27”, 58 x 69 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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186. Pointillism Landscape by Paul Thomas (20th c.), oil painting depicting figures on a shoreline with an air balloon in the distance. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 26.5” x 30.5”, 67 x 77 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 187. Balkan School (Mid 20th c.) Abstract Expressionist composition, possibly Serbian or Russian, signed illegibly, oil on masonite. Size: 9.5” x 13”, 24 x 33 cm (board); 17” x 20.5”, 43 x 52 cm (frame). $100-200

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188. American School (20th c.) Still Life Painting, oil on board. Size: 10” x 14”, 25 x 36 cm (board); 15” x 19”, 38 x 48 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 189. Nora Hauser (American, 20th c.) Interior with Doll and Toy, 1987, acrylic on board. Size: 47.75” x 33.5”, 121 x 85 cm (sight); 49” x 35”, 124 x 89 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2500-3000

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190. French School (20th c.) Paris Street Scene, oil on canvas, signed illegibly. Size: 31.5” x 23.5”, 80 x 60 cm (stretcher); 41” x 33”, 104 x 84 cm (frame). $200-300


191. Andrei Ovcharov (Russian, 1926-1994) Winter Landscape, 1926, oil on board. Size: 13.5” x 27”, 34 x 69 cm (board); 17.75” x 31.5”, 45 x 80 cm (frame). $300-500

192. Hauser (20th c.) Village Scene, landscape, ink on paper. Size: 17” x 22”, 43 x 56 cm (sight); 23” x 27.5”, 58 x 70 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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193. Group of 7 Original Works by Various Artists, including a hand-colored silver gelatin photograph. Ranging in size from 7.75” x 5.75” (20 x 15 cm) to 16.75” x 17.75” (43 x 45 cm). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $150-250

194. Gwen King (American, 20th c.) Shaker House in Winter, monoprint. Size: 16.5” x 21”, 42 x 53 cm (sight); 25” x 29.5”, 64 x 75 cm (frame). $200-300

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195. Albert Gold (American, 1916-1972) Pairs, 1945, watercolor and ink on paper. Size: 12.75” x 18.75”, 32 x 48 cm (sight); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). $300-400

196. Mariano Ortuzar (Chilean, 20th c.) Windmills, watercolor painting on paper. Size: 16.25” x 12.25”, 41 x 31 cm (sight); 25.25” x 21.25”, 64 x 54 cm (frame). $200-300

197. Daniel J. Maffia (France, b. 1937) Female Nude, mixed media, watercolor, pen and ink painting on paper, signed and dated 64. Size: 11.5” x 8.75”, 29 x 22 cm (sight); 18.25” x 15”, 46 x 38 cm (frame). $50-100

198. Work on Paper Signed Kline (20th c.). Size: 10.25” x 14.25”, 26 x 36 cm (sight); 15.75” x 19.75”, 40 x 50 cm (frame). $200-300

199. Bruce Samuelson (American, 20th c.) Nude, mixed media drawing on paper. Size: 15” x 11”, 38 x 28 cm (sight); 24.25” x 19.25”, 62 x 49 cm (frame). $200-300

200. Peter Paone (American, born 1936) Drawing with Hotdog, Ice cream cone flag, ink on paper. Size: 9.25” x 6.25”, 23 x 16 cm (sight); 16” x 12.25”, 41 x 31 cm (frame). $100-200

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201. Henry Newman (American, b. 20th c.) Portrait of a Boy with Stuffed Animal, 1964, ink on found Asian newspaper. Size: 11.75” x 9.75”, 30 x 25 cm (sight); 19.25” x 16.75”, 49 x 43 cm (frame). $50-100

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202. William Stanley Haseltine (American, 1835-1900) Watercolor. Size: 6.75” x 10.25”, 17 x 26 cm (sight); 18” x 21.5”, 46 x 55 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 203. Attributed to Frederic Remington (American 1861-1909), Study of a Man’s Legs, sepia ink on paper. Size: 8” x 3.75”, 20 x 10 cm (sight); 18.25” x 14”, 46 x 36 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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204. Darryl Steele (20th c.) Impression of Sterling Strauser. Size: 8.25” x 11”, 21 x 28 cm (sight); 10.75” x 13”, 27 x 33 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 205. Charles Murray Foster (American, 1919) 4 Nude Studies, c. 1955, ink wash on paper. Ranging in size from: 6.5” x 4”, 17 x 10 cm to 5.75” x 8.75”, 15 x 22 cm. $100-200

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206. Manner of Frank Tenney Johnson (American, 1874-1939) Portrait of a Woman, charcoal drawing on paper. Size: 8.5” x 7”, 22 x 18 cm (sight); 18.5” x 16.5”, 47 x 42 cm (frame). $200-300 207. Paul Remely (American, 20th c.) Dock Scene, watercolor on paper, framed. Size: 20” x 28”, 51 x 71 cm (sight); 30.25” x 38.5”, 77 x 98 cm (frame). $100-200 208. F. Stuart (19th c.) Watercolor on paper, depicting waves crashing on a rocky coastline, signed and dated 1882. Size: 9.5” x 7.5”, 24 x 19 cm (sight); 22” x 15.75”, 56 x 40 cm (frame). $200-300

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210. The Lithographs by Whistler (Unbound Edition), illustrated by reproductions in photogravure and lithography. From the limited edition of 400. Arranged according to the catalogue by Thomas R. Way. Kennedy & Co. New York, 1914. Size: 14.5” x 12” x 2.5” (37 x 30 x 6 cm). Provenance: Lafayette Hill Estate. $500-700


211. Alexander Calder’s Circus Portfolio,1964, with 16 reproductions of circus drawings printed on loose sheets, with text by Miro. Largest measures: 17” x 13.25”, 43 x 34 cm (sheet). $100-200

212. 3 Vintage East German Propaganda Posters. Each Size: 37” x 28”, 94 x 71 cm (frame). $200-300

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213. 3 Vintage East German Propaganda Posters. Each Size: 28” x 21.5”, 71 x 55 cm (frame). $200-300

214. Red Grooms (American, b. 1937) Museum, lithograph, 1978, signed in plate. Size: 8.25 x 9.75”, 21 x 25 cm (image), 13 x 14.5”, 33 x 37 cm (frame). $100-200

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215. Allan D’Arcangelo (American, 1930-1998) Signed Poster. Size: 28.5” x 22.5”, 72 x 57 cm (frame). $50-150

216. Edward John Stevens Jr. (American, 1923-1988) The Shining Goddess, 1945, engraving. Size: 9” x 7.5”, 23 x 19 cm (sight); 17.5” x 14.5”, 44 x 37 cm (frame). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200

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217. Two Works on Paper: Karl Fortess (American, 1907-1993) Factory #2, hand-colored lithograph, from an edition of 75. Size: 20” x 28”, 51 x 71 cm (sheet); 2) Tony Roos (Swedish, b. 1983) Untitled Screenprint on paper. Size: 15.5” x 22”, 39 x 56 cm (sheet). $300-500 217

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218. 2 Framed Ltd. Edition Hawaiian Historical Portraits, signed Rocky K. Jensen (20th c.), from an edition of 100. Size: 25” x 19”, 64 x 48 cm (sight); 28” x 21.75”, 71 x 55 cm (frame). $100-200

220. Joe Goode (20th c.) Artist Proof Lithograph. Size: 8.75” x 9.75”, 22 x 25 cm (frame). $50-100

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221. Leonard Baskin (American, 1922-2000) Etching, 1968, from an edition of 95. Size: 10” x 7.5”, 25 x 19 cm (sight); 16.25” x 14”, 41 x 36 cm (frame). $150-250 222. Leonard Baskin (American, 1922–2000) Nicholas Hilliard Preparing to Paint the Queen, 1968, engraving, from an edition of 140. Size: 7.5” x 9.5”, 19 x 24 cm (sight); 14” x 15.25”, 36 x 39 cm (frame). $150-250 221

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223. Nura Woodson Ulreich (American, 1899-1950) Two Works, lithographs: In My Boudoir, c. 1930 and Tableau with Bessie. Size: 10.5” x 8.75”, 27 x 22 cm (image), 16” x 11.5”, 41 x 29 cm (sheet) and 9.5” x 13.25”, 24 x 24 cm (image), 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm. $100-200 224. Neil Welliver (American, 1929-2005) Canada Geese, lithograph on paper, aside from the edition of 75. Size: 8.5” x 8.5”, 22 x 22 cm (sheet). $100-150

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225. Tom Palmore (American, b. 1945) Gothic Crab, etching from an edition of 150. Size: 9.75” x 7.75”, 25 x 25 cm (image), 17” x 13”, 43 x 33 cm (frame). $150-200 226. Unknown Artist (American, 20th c.) WPA Era Cityscape, lithograph, from an edition of 35, signed illegibly. Printed by Cuno. Size: 15” x 12.5”, 38 x 32 cm (sheet). $50-150

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227. Paul Phifer (American/Tennessee, 1951-2013) “Girl with Rose”, 1973, monoprint. Size: 7.5” x 6.5”, 19 x 17 cm (image); 16” x 12”, 41 x 30 cm (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 228. Paul Phifer (American/Tennessee, 1951-2013) Standing Figure, 1973, etching in colors. Size: 10” x 7.75”, 25 x 20 cm (image); 17.75” x 12.5” (45 x 32 cm (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250

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229. European School (20th c.) 2 Works: “Notre Dame” and “Place du Tette”, aquatint, each signed Bermest. Size: 10” x 7.25”, 25 x 18 cm (largest). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 230. European School (20th c.) 3 Works: each hand-colored etchings of Montmarte, Paris, signed S. Marty, TL Obin, amd Le Garfe. Size: 12.5” x 10”, 32 x 25 cm (largest). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300


231. European School (20th c.) 3 Works: each hand-colored etchings of Notre Dame, Paris, signed Hubert, Le Garfe, and TL Obin. Size: 9” x 6”, 23 x 18cm (largest). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 231

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232. 3 European School (20th c.) Paris Etchings, 2 by Kelly, 1 by TL Obin. Size: 10.75” x 8.75”, 27 x 22 cm (largest). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 233. Framed Architectural Detail Engraving: P. Fourdrinier, Plate: XLVI. Size: 16” x 11”, 41 x 28 cm (sight); 25.5” x 20.25”, 65 x 51 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 234. Framed Architectural Detail Engraving: P. Fourdrinier, Plate: XLIII. Size: 16.25” x 11.25”, 41 x 29 cm (sight); 25.5” x 20.25”, 65 x 51 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 235. Framed Architectural Detail Engraving: P. Fourdrinier, Plate: XXX. Size: 16.25” x 11”, 41 x 28 cm (sight); 25.5” x 20.25”, 65 x 51 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 236. Framed Architectural Detail Engraving: P. Fourdrinier, Plate: XXXI. Size: 16.25” x 11”, 41 x 28 cm (sight); 25.5” x 20.25”, 65 x 51 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 237. Kihara (20th c.) Assature, 1973, serigraph from an edition of 100. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (sight); 30.75” x 26”, 78 x 66 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 238. Daniel Sciora (20th c.) Reverie. Size: 23.75” x 16.75”, 60 x 43 cm (sight); 80 x 61 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 239. Sitting Room Windows, etching in colors, from an edition of 250. Size: 10.5” x 8.75”, 27 x 22 cm (sight); 16.5” x 14.5”, 42 x 37 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100 240. Chaim Gross (American, 1904-1991) Balancing, lithograph from an edition of 250. Size: 12.25” x 16”, 31 x 41 cm (sight); 17.75” x 21.75”, 45 x 55 cm (frame). $150-250

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241. Abstract “Cats” Engraving, 1968, from an edition of 60, signed illegibly. Size: 9.5” x 16.5”, 24 x 42 cm (sight); 11.5” x 18.5”, 29 x 47 cm (frame). $50-100

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242. Toshi Yoshida (Japanese, 1911-1995) Treasure, 1969, color woodblock print, from an edition of 200. Size: 14.25” x 10”, 36 x 25 cm (sight); 20.25” x 15.75”, 51 x 40 cm (frame). $100-200 242 243. K. Dickinson (20th c.) Autobiography II, lithograph from and edition of 5. Size: 11.5” x 8.5”, 29 x 22 cm (sight); 16.5” x 12.5”, 42 x 32 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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244. American School (20th c.) Snowman, etching in colors. Size: 14.75” x 11.75”, 37 x 30 cm (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100

245. American School (20th c.) Flower Still Life, etching in colors. Size: 19.5” x 15”, 50 x 38 cm (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100

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246. Ryes (20th c.) Plateria Fabiola, watercolor on paper, 1980. Prov: Fischer Gallery. Size: 12” x 9.25”, 30 x 23 cm (sight); 20.25” x 17”, 51 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

247. Warren Blair (American, 20th c.) Rock & Roll, 1989, original watercolor painting, framed. Size: 29” x 37”. $200-300 248. Kathleen White (20th c.) Group of 4 Watercolor Paintings. Size: 15” x 22.5” (38 x 57 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-1500 247

248 249. John Matthew Moore (20th c.) Shell, giclee. Size: 18.5” x 16”, 47 x 41 cm (sheet); 29” x 26.25”, 74 x 67 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $250-350

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250. John Matthew Moore (20th c.) Sea Shell, giclee. Size: 18.5” x 16”, 47 x 41 cm (sheet); 29” x 26.25”, 74 x 67 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $250-350


251. John Matthew Moore (20th c.) Flower, limited edition giclee print. Size: 18.75” x 15.75”, 48 x 40 cm (sheet); 29” x 26.5”, 74 x 67 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $250-350 252. Vintage Boom-ba Musical Instrument, a type of bladder fiddle, known throughout the Pennsylvania Dutch culture of eastern Pennsylvania. Size: 51.5” x 11” x 10” (131 x 28 x 25 cm). $100-200 251

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253. Shunkow Japanese Screen, painted Shaantung Silk. Size: 36” x 64” (91 x 163 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 254. Middle Easter Theme Embroidery. Size: 13.25” x 16.5”, 34 x 42 cm (sight); 18.5” x 21.5”, 47 x 55 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 255. Mort Kunstler: Chamberlin’s Charge Little Roundtop, offset lithograph. Size: 17.25” x 28”, 44 x 71 cm (sight); 28.5” x 39”, 72 x 99 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 256. Gettysburg, 1863: High Water Mark, offset lithograph. Size: 18” x 29”, 46 x 74 cm (sight); 27.5” x 38.5”, 70 x 98 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 257. John Shaw (20th c.) “Remember When”, limited edition lithograph. Size: 15.5” x 28”, 39 x 71 cm (sight); 22.5” x 34.5”, 57 x 88 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 258. Harper’s Weekly: Battle of Aneitam. Size: 14.75” x 21”, 37 x 53 cm (sight); 20.5” x 26.75”, 52 x 68 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-150 259. Harper’s Weekly: A.R. Waud Cold Harbour, 1864. Size: 14.75” x 21”, 37 x 53 cm (sight); 20.5” x 26.75”, 52 x 68 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-150 260. The Stroker, Budapest, Sam Siller, 1966 photograph. Size: 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (sheet); 21.25” x 17”, 54 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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261. Street Sweepers (Leningrad, Russia) Sam L Siller, 1966 photograph. Size: 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (sheet); 21.25” x 17”, 54 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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262. Michael Delacroix (20th c.) Paris Street Scene, Serigraph, from an edition of 250. Size: 26” x 21.5”, 66 x 55 cm (sight); 33” x 28.5”, 84 x 72 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2000-3000

263. The Kiss Print after Klimt. Size: 17” x 13”, 43 x 33 cm (sight); 29” x 25”, 74 x 64 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-150

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264. After Picasso Nude Lithograph, signed and dated 1956 in plate, framed. Size: 15.5” x 12’, 39 x 30 cm (sight); 23” x 19”, 58 x 48 cm (frame). $100-200

265. Chromolithographic Portrait of a Man, in a suit of armor. Size: 19.5” x 15.5”, 50 x 39 cm (sight); 30” x 26.25”, 76 x 67 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100

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266. Ray Harm (American, 20th c.) Yellow Headed Blackbird, 1973, lithograph. Size: 20” x 16” (51 x 41 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

267. Group of 4 Male Figure Works, by various artists Largest size: 15” x 12.25”, 38 x 31 cm (frame). $100-200

268. Group of 5 Framed Works by Various Artists, including a lenticular nude photograph of a fashion model. Largest size: 17.25” x 14.5”, 44 x 37 cm (frame). $100-200 267

268 269. Marc Riboud Paris Poster: Eiffel Tower. Size: 29” x 21.25”, 74 x 54 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100

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270. Ann H. Ceoplan (20th c.) The Gardener’s Hat, signed, limited edition framed print. Size: 23” x 22”, 58 x 56 cm (sight); 30” x 29”, 76 x 74 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200


271. Suite of 6 US American Flag Theme Artworks, Framed. Size: 31” x 45”, 79 x 114 cm (largest frame). $150 -250

272. 2 Vintage German Shooting Targets, ForsterHeppe-Zeitz. Each measure approx: 17” x 24”, 43 x 61 cm (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 271

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273. Larry Simons (American, 20th c.) “American Flag”, found wood sculpture. Size: 18.5” x 36” (47 x 92 cm). $1000-1500

274. Larry Simons (American, 20th c.) Found Wood Sculpture. Size: 27” x 22” x 3.5” (69 x 56 x 9 cm). $500 -700 273 275. Larry Simons (American, 20th c.) Found Wood Sculpture. Size: 32” x 40” x 6” (81 x 102 x 15 cm). $500 -700

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276. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Self Portrait, oil painting on masonite. Size: 5” x 7” (13 x 18 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

277. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Self Portrait Painting with Cat, oil painting. Size: 9.5” x 7.5”, 24 x 19 cm (sight); 11.75” x 9.75”, 30 x 25 cm (frame). $200-400

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278. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Portrait of a Lady, 1968, oil painting on masonite. Size: 30” x 11”, 76 x 28 cm (board); 31” x 12”, 79 x 30 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

279. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995), Abstract Floral Painting. Size: 10” x 8”, 25 x 20 cm (board); 15.5” x 13.5”, 39 x 34 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000

280. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Still Life Painting, 1949. Size: 15.5” x 19.5”, 39 x 50 cm (sight); 17.5” x 21.5”, 44 x 55 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600

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281. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995), Sunflowers, 1954, oil painting on masonite. Size: 47.5” x 17.5”, 121 x 44 cm (sight), 50.75” x 20.75”, 129 x 53 cm (frame). Philadelphia estate. $700-900 282. Sterling Strauser (American 1907-1995) Still Life with Bread Oil Painting. Size: 11.75” x 11.75”, 30 x 30 cm (sight); 15.25” x 15.25”, 39 x 39 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000 281

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283. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) The Trotters (Racing Horses), 1955, oil painting on masonite. Size: 23.5” x 33.5”, 60 x 85 cm (sight); 25.25” x 35.25”, 64 x 90 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2000-3000 284. Sterling Strauser (American 1907-1995) Mexican Bull Fight, 1963, oil painting on masonite. Size: 14” x 18”, 36 x 46 cm (board); 18” x 22”, 46 x 56 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1500-2500

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285. Sterling Strauser (American 1907-1995) Floral Still Life Painting. Size: 32” x 26”, 81 x 66 cm (stretcher); 36.75” x 30.75”, 93 x 78 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $800-1200 286. Dorothy Strauser (American, 1908-2005) Still Life with Vegetables, 1975, watercolor painting. Size: 8.25” x 10.25”, 21 x 26 cm (sight); 15.5” x 17.5”, 39 x 44 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 287. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Racetrack, oil on masonite. Size: 20.25” x 52.25”, 51 x 133 cm (sight); 25.5” x 57.5”, 65 x 146 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000 288. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Circus Theme Painting with Clown, 1961,abstract doublesided painting, with a nude study on the back. Size: 36” x 24”, 91 x 61 cm (board); 41.25” x 29.5”, 105 x 75 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2500-3500 289. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Forest of Nudes Painting, oil on masonite. Size: 59.25” x 9”, 150 x 23 cm (sight); 64” x 13.75”, 163 x 35 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $3000-4000

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290. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Winter Storm Large, 1962, unsigned, oil painting on masonite. Size: 36” x 48” (91 x 122 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $800-1200


291. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Sun Flower Painting, oil painting on masonite, “D” on back. Size: 48” x 12” (122 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2000-4000 292. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Large Nude Painting, 1960, oil painting on masonite. Size: 48” x 18” (122 x 46 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $800-1200 293. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Nude Figure Painting, unsigned, oil painting on masonite. Size: 24” x 20” (61 x 51 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

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294. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Hanging Lily, 1993. Size: 12” x 8” (30 x 20 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 295. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Jasper Stretch, unsigned. Size: 12” x 32” (30 x 81 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 296. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) Trotters, oil painting on masonite. Size: 6” x 11” (15 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 297. Sterling Strauser (American, 1907-1995) The Cat and the Fiddle, oil painting on masonite. Size: 20” x 24” (51 x 61 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 298. David Burliuk (American/Ukrainian 1882-1967) Woman with Pearls, Watercolor on Ppaper, 1943. Size: 10” x 8”, 25 x 20 cm (sight); 19” x 17”, 48 x 43 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hartzell’s Auction Gallery. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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299. David Burliuk (Russian/American, 1882-1967) Portrait of Shelby Schechelfed, 1935, graphite and crayon drawing on paper. Provenance: Drawn from the private collection of Friend of Burliuk. Size: 13.5” x 10”, 34 x 25 cm (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600 300. David Burliuk (Russian/American, 1882-1967) New York Street, 1929, crayon drawing on paper. Provenance: Drawn from the private collection of Friend of Burliuk. Size: 11.5” x 9” (29 x 23 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600

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301. David Burliuk (Russian/American, 1882-1967) Portrait of a Woman, 1950’s, crayon and graphite drawing on paper. Provenance: Drawn from the private collection of Friend of Burliuk. Size: 4” x 3.25”, 10 x 8 cm (sheet); 6.75” x 5.75”, 17 x 15 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250

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302. Vaclav Fiala (Czech, 1896-1980) “Football by the Seine”, undated, woodcut from an edition of 25. Vaclav Fiala was the brother-in law of David Burliuk. Size: 5.5” x 7”, 14 x 18 cm (sight); 12” x 14.5”, 30 x 37 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 303. Vaclav Fiala (Czech, 1896-1980) “Musicians”, undated, woodcut. Vaclav Fiala was the brother-in law of David Burliuk. Size: 7.25” x 5.5”, 18 x 14 cm (sight); 10.75” x 8.75”, 27 x 22 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 304. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) “Skinanboan’s”, ink drawing on paper, with portrait on back, c. 1930’s. Size: 8.75” x 11”, 22 x 28 cm (sheet); 12.25” x 15.5”, 31 x 39 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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305. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) “Charles Coburn”, ink on paper. Size: 12” x 9”, 30 x 23 cm (sheet); 23.5” x 19.5”, 60 x 50 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 306. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Fashion in El Convento, 1964, mixed media painting. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (sheet); 23.25” x 27.25”, 59 x 69 cm (frame). $300-500 307. Justin McCarthy (American, 1891-1977) Ice Capades, oil on board. Size: 15.75” x 23.5”, 40 x 60 cm (sight); 17” x 25”, 43 x 64 cm (frame). $500-700

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308. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Ice Capades, painting. Size: 14” x 22”, 36 x 56 cm (board); 18.75” x 26.75”, 48 x 68 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 309. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) North Cascades Washington, c. 1960s, oil painting on masonite. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board); 24.25” x 24.25”, 62 x 62 cm (frame). $1000-1500

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310. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Noah’s Ark, c. 1960s, oil painting on masonite. Size: 21.75” x 24”, 55 x 61 cm (board). $800-1200


311. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania Landscape Painting. Size: 18.25” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (board); 23.25” x 29”, 59 x 74 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2000-3000

312. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Floral, oil painting on board. Size: 18” x 23.75”, 46 x 60 cm (sight); 21.5” x 27.25”, 55 x 69 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000

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313. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Garden Oil Painting. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board); 19.75” x 23.75”, 50 x 60 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000

314. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Celery and Fruit, c. 1960s, oil painting on masonite. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board); 24.25” x 24.25”, 62 x 62 cm (frame). $800-1200

315. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Flowers and Fruit, c. 1960s, oil painting on masonite. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board); 24.25” x 24.25”, 62 x 62 cm (frame). $1000-1500

316. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Woman with a Large Animal, mixed media on board. Size: 18” x 18”, 46 x 46 cm (board). $250-350

317. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Miss Dietrich, painting. Size: 12” x 9”, 30 x 23 cm (sheet); 17” x 14”, 43 x 36 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-400

318. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Nude Woman on Green and Blue, 1965, mixed media. Size: 15.75” x 11.75”, 40 x 30 cm (sheet); 23.25” x 19.25”, 59 x 49 cm (frame). $300-500

319. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Lady of Fashion, c. 1960s, mixed media painting. Size: 15.25” x 11.5”, 39 x 29 cm (sight); 22.25” x 18.25”, 57 x 46 cm (frame). $400-600

320. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Madeline Yonke from Germany, c. 1950s, mixed media. Size: 12” x 15.75”, 30 x 40 cm (sheet); 21.25” x 24.25”, 54 x 62 cm (frame). $500-700

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323. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) The Hunter, Ca. 1950s, mixed media. Size: 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (sight); 23.25” x 19.25”, 59 x 49 cm (frame). $500-700 324. Justin McCarthy (American 1891-1977) 6 Sunflowers, oil painting on canvas. Size: 10.25” x 17.5”, 26 x 44 cm (board); 15.25” x 22.5”, 39 x 57 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hartzell’s Auction Gallery. Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 325. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Floral, painting, framed and matted. Size: 10.5” x 14.5”, 27 x 37 cm (sight); 17.5” x 21.5”, 44 x 55 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

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326. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Eleanor Parker Portrait, mixed media drawing. Size: 12” x 8.5”, 30 x 22 cm (sight); 20.25” x 16.25”, 51 x 41 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 327. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Very Early Drawing, pencil and paint on paper. Ex. Tom Fish Collection. Size: 5.75” x 4”, 15 x 10 cm (sheet); 8.75” x 6.75”, 22 x 17 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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328. Justin McCarthy (American, 1892-1977) Lady with Fan, mixed media painting. Size: 16” x 12.25”, 41 x 31 cm (sheet); 23.5” x 18.25”, 60 x 46 cm (frame). $500-700 329. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) 1979-80 Sketch Book with pencil drawings. Size: 12” x 9” (30 x 23 cm). $200-300

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334. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Castel Inn, 1989, colored pencil drawing. Size: 8.5” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (sight); 17” x 20”, 43 x 51 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 335. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Still Life with Flowers, colored pencil drawing. Size: 15.5” x 11.5”, 39 x 29 cm (sight); 18” x 14”, 46 x 36 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 336. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Reading Train, Print, 1980. Numbered 81/300. Size: 23.25” x 29.5”, 59 x 75 cm (sight); 31” x 36.75”, 79 x 93 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hutter Auction Galleries. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 337. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Night Train, Print, 1980. Numbered 71/300. Size: 19.25” x 29”, 49 x 74 cm (sight); 27.5” x 36.75”, 70 x 93 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hutter Auction Galleries. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 338. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Reading Railroad Train, oil on panel. Size: 7.75” x 23.25”, 20 x 59 cm (board). $150-250

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339. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Panorama Silver Creek Coal Town Scene, oil painting. Size: 6” x 20.25”, 15 x 51 cm (sight); 7” x 21.25”, 18 x 54 cm (frame). $200-300 340. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Hometown, oil painting on panel. Size: 9” x 24”, 23 x 61 cm (board). $150-250

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341. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Town People, oil on panel. Size: 6” x 20.5”, 15 x 52 cm (board). $100 -200 342 341

342. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Coal Region People, oil on masonite. Size: 4” x 28”, 10 x 71 cm (board). $100-200

343. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Flowers and Fruit, colored pencil drawing. Size: 11” x 8.75”, 28 x 22 cm (sight); 18.25” x 16”, 46 x 41 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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344. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) 2 Mules, colored pencil drawing on paper. Size: 8.5” x 11.5”, 22 x 29 cm (sight); 16.25” x 19.25”, 41 x 49 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

345. Jack Savitsky (American, 1910-1991) Peace Mixed-media painting on canvas. Size: 28” x 36”, 71 x 91 cm (stretcher); 32” x 40”, 81 x 102 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 345

346 346. Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Eckley, pencil drawing on paper. Size: 13.5” x 16.5”, 34 x 42 cm (sight); 18.5” x 21.5”, 47 x 55 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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347. 2 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Framed Drawings, colored pencil on paper. Size: 11.25” x 14.25”, 29 x 36 cm (frame) and 14.25” x 11.25”, 36 x 29 cm (frame). $150-250

348. 3 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Drawings, colored pencil on paper. Size: 12” x 9” (30 x 23 cm). $100-200

349. 4 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Drawings, colored pencil on paper. Size: 9” x 12” (23 x 30 cm). $150-250

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350. 5 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Drawing, colored pencil on paper, including Washington Crossing the Delaware. Size: 12” x 9” (30 x 23 cm). $150-250


351. 4 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Pencil Drawings. Size: 12” x 9” (30 x 23 cm). $150-250

352. 6 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Drawings, colored pencil on paper. Size: 12” x 9” (30 x 23 cm). $150-250

353. 5 Jack Savitsky (American 1910-1991) Drawings, including a portrait of Justin McCarthy. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (largest). $200-300

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354. J.E. Savitsky (American, 20th c.) Hunting the Wood Duck, oil painting, 1925. Size: 38” X 27.5”, 97 x 70 cm (sight); 43.5” x 33”, 110 x 84 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1500-2500

355. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Painting on Table Top, mixed media. Size: 36” x 36” (91 x 91 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000

356. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Family Band, painting on board. Size: 48” x 36”, 122 x 91 cm (board); 60.5” x 48.5”, 154 x 123 cm (frame). $1000-2000

357. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Untitled, 1998, mixed media. Size: 23” x 49.5” (58 x 126 cm). $1000 -1500

358. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) “Bring Him to the Mountain (Painted Table Top),” 1997, mixed media. Size: 45.75” x 45.75”, 116 x 116 cm. $1000-2000

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359. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Untitled (Figures), painting on board. Size: 36.5” x 14.5”, 93 x 37 cm (board); 42” x 20”, 107 x 51 cm (frame). $500-1000

360. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Beautiful Saint, 1988, mixed media. Size: 47.5” x 24.75” (121 x 63 cm). $1000-1500

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361. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Untitled, 1989, mixed media. Size: 16.5” x 38”, 42 x 97 cm (irregular); 22” x 43.5”, 56 x 110 cm (frame). $500-700

362. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Angel, 1990, mixed media. Size: 31.5” x 14” (80 x 36 cm). $600-900

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363. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Collage, 1988, mixed media. Size: 46” x 32” (117 x 81 cm). $600 -900

364. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Pregnant Lady, 1992, mixed media. Size: 8.5” x 5.25”, 22 x 13 cm (sight); 12” x 10”, 30 x 25 cm (frame). $200-300 363

364 365. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Untitled, 1991, painting on board. Size: 22.75” x 34.5” (58 x 88 cm). $500-700

366. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Zulu Tribe, 1995, mixed media. Size: 21.75” x 33.5” (55 x 85 cm). $500-700

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368. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Portrait, mixed media painting. Size: 26.5” x 16”, 67 x 41 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600 367

368 369. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Funeral Procession, 1995, mixed media on board. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board). $200-400

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370. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 11” (43 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300


371. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Painting, mixed media on found poster. Size: 14” x 14” (36 x 36 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 372. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) 3 Works on Paper, mixed media. Size: 24.5” x 19”, 62 x 48 cm (largest). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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373. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Painting, mixed media on found paper. Size: 14” x 25” (36 x 64 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 374. Elijah Pierce (American, 1892-1984) E. Pierce, c. 1960’s, painted woodcarving. Size: 6.5” x 2” (17 x 5 cm). Provenance: The artist; His wife; Private collection, Ohio, 1999-present. $1000-1500

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375. David Butler (American, 1898-1997) Rooster, c. 1970s, painted cut tin, signed. Size: 25” x 18” x 12” (64 x 46 x 30 cm). $800-1200 376. David Butler (American, 1898-1997) Squirrel on Tree, c. 1970’s, painted cut tin. Size: 18” x 11” (46 x 28 cm). $600-900 377. Herbert Singleton (20th c.) Mask, carved and painted wood. Size: 24.75” x 9” x 1” (63 x 23 x 3 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $2000-3000

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378. Leroy Almon (20th c.) Miracle Book, acrylic on wood, 1998. 5 panel wooden book with painted Bible scenes. Size: 13.5” x 16”, 34 x 41 cm (each panel). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000 379. Lee Godie (American, 1908-1994) Woman with earrings, 1997. Size: 18” x 11”, 46 x 28 cm (unstretched canvas); 29” x 19”, 74 x 48 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $800-1200 380. Lee Godie (American, 1908-1994) My Lover, ink, 1997. Size: 20.5” x 17.5”, 52 x 44 cm (sheet); 24.75” x 21.75”, 63 x 55 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $800-1200

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381. Gerald “Creative” DePrie (American, 1935-1999) Hickory Dickory Dock, mixed media drawing on paper, in an artist’s frame. Size: 35.5” x 23.25”, 90 x 59 cm (sight); 41.5” x 33” x 7.75”, 105 x 84 x 20 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-2000

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382. Dwight Mackintosh (American, 1906-1999) Angel, pencil on Paper. Size: 19.25” x 13.5”, 49 x 34 cm (sight); 23” x 17.5”, 58 x 44 cm (frame). Provenance: Ames Gallery, Berkeley, CA. $500-700 383. William Hawkins (1895-1990) Man on Moon, circa 1987, graphite and marker drawing on paper, signed. Size: 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (sheet); 20.25” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (frame). Provenance: The artist; Lee Garrett; Private Collection. $600-900

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384. William Hawkins (1895-1990) Three Men with Soldier, graphite and marker drawing on paper, signed. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (sheet), 20.25” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (frame). Provenance: The artist; Lee Garrett; Private Collection. $600-900 385. William Hawkins (1895-1990) Wigen Be, graphite and marker drawing on paper, signed. Size: 11” x 13.75”, 28 x 35 cm (sheet); 18.25” x 21”, 46 x 53 cm (frame). Provenance: The artist; Lee Garrett; Private Collection. $600-900 386. Scottie Willson (1889-1972) Drawing, untitled, signed, ink on paper, in a tramp art style frame. Size: 11” x 13.5”, 28 x 34 cm (sight); 17” x 19.25”, 43 x 49 cm (frame). $1200-2000

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388. Victor Joseph Gatto (American, 1893-1965) Flamingos, oil painting. Size: 7.75” x 9.75”, 20 x 25 cm (sight); 14.25” x 13.5”, 36 x 34 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection, purchased from Hartzell’s Auction Gallery. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 389. Thomas Burleson (American, 1914-1997) Double-Sided Painting: Untitled (Bird Forms), verso: pink clocks, 1973, color inks. Size: 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (sheet); 18.25” x 15.25”, 46 x 39 cm (frame). $600-800

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390. Mary T. Smith (American, 1904-1995) Untitled (Three Figures), 1980’s, enamel painting on corrugated tin. Size: 7.75” x 24.75”, 20 x 63 cm (irregular object); 12” x 29”, 30 x 74 cm (frame). $800-1200


391. S.L. Jones (American, 1901-1997) Happy Couple, pen and watercolor on paper. Size: 15.5” x 19.5”, 39 x 50 cm (sight); 18” x 22”, 46 x 56 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 392. Terry Turrell (American, b. 1946) Mixed-Media Painting. Size: 30.5” x 22.75”, 77 x 58 cm (sheet); 35” x 27.25”, 89 x 69 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-1500

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393. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011) Mixed-media painting on canvas. Size: 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (stretcher). $400-600 394. Levant Izik (20th c.) Downtown Girl, oil painting on wood, self framed, 1998. Size: 13” x 11”, 33 x 28 cm (overall). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 395. Woodie Long (American, 1942-2009) 4 Kids with Kites, tempera painting on paper. Size: 12.25” x 13.25”, 31 x 34 cm (sheet); 20.5” x 21”, 52 x 53 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 396. Woodie Long (American, 1942-2009) Jumpin’ in the Park, painting on paper. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (sight); 25.75” x 31.5”, 65 x 80 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $1000-1500 397. Woodie Long (American, 1942-2009) 3 Little Girls, tempera painting on paper, 1992. Size: 10” x 7.5”, 25 x 19 cm (sheet); 17” x 14”, 43 x 36 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 398. Welmon Sharlhorne (American, b. 1952) Doorway, ink drawing on manilla folder. Size: 12” x 19.75”, 30 x 50 cm (sheet); 19” x 25”, 48 x 64 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 399. Welmon Sharlhorne (American, b. 1952) Orbs, ink drawing on manilla paper. Size: 13” x 23.25”, 33 x 59 cm (sight); 19” x 29”, 48 x 74 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 400. Welmon Sharlhorne (American, b. 1952) Two Faces, ink drawing on paper. Size: 12” x 18.75”, 30 x 48 cm (sheet); 17.5” x 24.25”, 44 x 62 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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401. Georg Johannes Schafer aka Oma Ziegenfuss (German, 1926-1991) Two mixed-media works: Standing Figure. Size: 10.75”H (27 cm); 2) Mask, painted front and back. Size: 11” x 8” (28 x 20 cm). $300-500

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402. Georg Johannes Schafer aka Oma Ziegenfuss (German, 1926-1991) Sculpture: Mask, painted both sides, mixed media assemblage. Size: 13” x 7” (33 x 18 cm). $200-400

403. Georg Johannes Schafer aka Oma Ziegenfuss (German, 1926-1991) 2 Sculptures: Cross. Size: 13.5” x 10” (34 x 25 cm); Painted Animal Skull. Size: 10.5” x 4” x 6” (27 x 10 x 15 cm). $300-500

404. Georg Johannes Schafer aka Oma Ziegenfuss (German, 1926-1991) Drawing, mixed media ink drawing on canvas board, mounted onto a fabric covered board. Size: 21” x 16” (53 x 41 cm). $300-500 403

404 405. Inez Nathaniel Walker (American, 1911-1990) Two Girls, mixed media on paper. Size: 21.5” x 27.5”, 55 x 70 cm (sight); 30” x 36”, 76 x 91 cm (frame). $400-600

406. Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama 1925-2006) Woman, oil painting on masonite. Size: 22” x 17.75”, 56 x 45 cm (irregular board); 27.5” x 23”, 70 x 58 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 405

406 407. Anthony Romano (20th c.) Ink Drawing, 2012. Size: 11.75” x 8.75”, 30 x 22 cm (sight); 15.5” x 12.75”, 39 x 32 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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408. Baltimore Glassman (American, 1925-2003) Angel, mixed media on found wood. Size: 33.5” x 12.25”, 85 x 31 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

409. Benny Carter (American, b. 1943) “The Real Statue of Liberty”, oil paint on tin cutout. Size: 32” x 14” (81 x 36 cm). $300-500

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410. Ted Gordon (American, b.1924) “Dull Contentment”, 1990, ink drawing on paper. Size: 10” x 8” (25 x 20 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500


411. Ted Gordon (American, b.1924) “Concerned Citizen”, 1994, ink drawing on paper. Size: 11.75” x 9.5” (30 x 24 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

412. Ted Gordon (American, b.1924) “Frustrated Mentor”, 1994, ink drawing on paper. Size: 9.5” x 11.75” (24 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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413. Ted Gordon (American, b.1924) “The Most High Lama”, 1998, ink drawing on paper. Size: 17” x 14” (43 x 36 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

414. Ted Gordon (American, b.1924) “Wrinkled Alien”, 1992. Size: 17” x 14” (43 x 36 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

415. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Serious Mental Illness Isn’t Very Sexy After 32, mixed-media painting on cardboard. Size: 19” x 28”, 48 x 71 cm (irregular object); 28.75” x 36”, 73 x 91 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

416. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Mixed media painting on wood. Size: 36” x 27.5”, 91 x 70 cm (board). $400-600

417. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Mixed media painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher); 27.5” x 39.5”, 70 x 100 cm (frame). $500-700 417 418. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Mixed media painting on newspaper. Size: 12.5” x 11”, 32 x 28 cm (sheet). $150-250

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419. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Mixed media painting on canvas. Size: 30” x 24”, 76 x 61 cm (stretcher). $500-700

420. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Mixed media on paper. Size: 17” x 11”, 43 x 28 cm (sheet). $150-250

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421. Jim Bloom (American, b. 1968) Mixed media painting on paper. Size: 11” x 17.5”, 28 x 44 cm (sheet). $200-300 422. Willie White (American/Mississippi, 1908-2001) Prehistoric Animals and Dinosaurs, ink drawing on paper. Provenance: Anton Hardt Gallery. Size: 22” x 28” (56 x 71 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700

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423. Willie White (American/Mississippi, 1908-2001) Prehistoric Flying Animals, ink drawing on paper. Provenance: Anton Hardt Gallery. Size: 22” x 28” (56 x 71 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 424. Willie White (American/Mississippi, 1908-2001) Great Circle with Prehistoric Birds 22 x 28, ink drawing on paper, framed. Size: 21.25” x 27.25”, 54 x 69 cm (sight); 34” x 40”, 86 x 102 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $600-700 425. Willie White (American/Mississippi, 1908-2001) Red Ball, Green Ball, ink drawing on paper. Provenance: Anton Hardt Gallery. Size: 14” x 11” (36 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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426. Willie White (American/Mississippi, 1908-2001) Two Crosses, ink on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 427. Mixed-media Painting of Captain Eddie Rickenbacher, Racecar Driver turned WWI ace pilot. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (board); 29” x 41.25”, 74 x 105 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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428. Sybil Gibson (American, 1908-1995) Three Girls, watercolor painting. Size: 6.5” x 3.75”, 17 x 10 cm (sheet); 14” x 11”, 36 x 28 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 429. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I LIKE TO DRESS MY DOG AS A CUTE FRENCH SAILORETTE”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 8” x 9.5” (20 x 24 cm). $100-200

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430. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “WE PAUSE BRIEFLY TO CONTEMPLATE THE PLANNING, THE EFFORT, THE GOODWILL AND THE FORTUNE THAT HAVE MADE POSSIBLE OUR EXCEPTIONAL GROWTH AND PLACED US, TODAY, AMONG AMERICA’S 500 LARGEST CORPORATIONS”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200


431. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I ASKED FOR A BIG BOTTLE AND, THANK GOD, I GOT A BIG ONE”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

432. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “The Lucas Family are grateful because the managed to go all the way to Jalisco on their knees... Guadalajara, March 3, 1978”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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433. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “UNTITLED, LANDSCAPE”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 8” x 9.5” (20 x 24 cm). $100-200

434. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I WAS, APPARENTLY, NOT EXISTENTIALIST ENOUGH TO JOIN THE EXISTENTIALISM MOVEMENT IN PARIS”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

435. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “GOLDA MEIR”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

436. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “THE ROYAL ROMANCE OF CHARLES AND DIANA”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 8” x 9.5” (20 x 24 cm). $100-200

437. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “COME ON BARRY ... YOU ARE GONNA LIKE IT”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

438. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I WONDER IF THIS STEVEN VINCENT BUSCEMI GUY NEEDS A MANAGER OR ANYONE TO REPRESENT HIM IN HIS ENDEAVORS”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

439. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “UNTITLED”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 8” x 9.5” (20 x 24 cm). $100-200

440. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “NINA HAGEN”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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441. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “YOU SHOULDN’T BE SO COCKY... YOU ARE JUST A GOOSE AND ZEUS, IN THE FORM OF A SWAN, NOT A GOOSE LIKE YOU, SEDUCED LEDA, DAUGHTER OF THESTIUS”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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442. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “UNTITLED”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 8” x 9.5” (20 x 24 cm). $100-200

443. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “CLINT SHOULD GIVE UP COMPLETELY ON HIS AMBITIONS AS A GUITARIST”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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444. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “JOURNAL COUNTRYSIDE MINIATURES MUSEUM”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

445. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “DOLLY PARTON ENDED HER PARTNERSHIP WITH PORTER WAGONER ON FEBRUARY 19th ... A BITTERSWEET DAY ...”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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446. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “OH BOY ... DARWIN IN ONE HAND AND JESUS ON THE OTHER?”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

447. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “E.T. PORTRAIT”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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448. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “HORSE BUTTS”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

449. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “IT IS PALM SUNDAY TODAY”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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450. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200


451. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “I THINK WE ARE READY TO HIT THE RIGHT SPOTS IN SAINTGERMAINDES- PRES”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

452. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) “WONDER WOMAN RUNNING AWAY FROM TROUBLE FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER”. Painting on board, signed front and back. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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453. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

454. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Collage 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200 455. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Modernist Collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100 -200

456. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Modern Collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100 -200

457. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Beans, collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

458. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) 3 Cans, collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

459. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Man, collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

460. Javier Mayoral (American, 20th c.) Collage on board, 2015. Size: 9.5” x 8” (24 x 20 cm). $100-200

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461. Carlo Savo (American, 20th c.) “Le Femme dans L’Or 3” Painting. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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462. Carlo Savo (American, 20th c.) “Le Femme dans L’Or 1” Painting. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $400-600

463. Carlo Savo (American, 20th c.) “Le Femme dans L’Or 2” Painting. Size: 8” x 10”, 20 x 25 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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464. Carlo Savo (American, 20th c.) “Le Femme dans L’Or 4” Painting. Size: 8” x 10”, 20 x 25 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

465. Carlo Savo (American, 20th c.) Mon Coeur Est. Pasle Votre, Painting. Size: 35” x 11.5”, 89 x 28 cm (overall). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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466. Andre Pierre (Haitian/Port-au-Prince, 19162005) Maman Brijit, oil painting on canvas. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 23.25” x 27”, 58 x 69 cm (frame). $500-700

467. Andre Pierre (Haitian/Port-au-Prince, 1916-2005) Gran Bwa and Silibo, oil painting on canvas. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 25.25” x 29.25”, 64 x 74 cm (frame). $500-700

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468. Andre Pierre (Haitian/Port-au-Prince, 1916-2005) Papa Loko, oil painting on canvas. Size: 10” x 8”, 25 x 20 cm (stretcher); 14.25” x 12.25”, 36 x 31 cm (frame). $200-300

469. Andre Pierre (Haitian/Port-au-Prince, 1916-2005) Smibi, oil painting on canvas. Size: 10” x 8”, 25 x 20 cm (stretcher); 14.25” x 12.25”, 36 x 31 cm (frame). $200-300

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470. Louisiane St. Fleurant (Haitian, 1924-2005) Painting, oil on canvas. 30” x 40” (76 x 102 cm), unstretched. $400-600


471. Louisiane St. Fleurant (Haitian, 1924-2005) Saint Soleil, 1982, painting on board. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (board); 25” x 28”, 64 x 71 cm (frame). $500-700

472. Gerard Fortune (Haitian/Petionville, b. 1933) Adam and Eve, oil painting. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 22” x 26.25”, 56 x 67 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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473. Gerard Fortune (Haitian/Petionville, b. 1933) Boy, circa 1980’s, oil painting on masonite. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board); 25.25” x 25.25”, 64 x 64 cm (frame). $300-500

474. 2 Harry Cabe (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Calabash Oil Paintings: Saint Patrick and Gede Nibo. Size: 10.5” x 10.5” x 4.5”, 27 x 27 x 11 cm (largest). $150-250

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475. Charles Obas (Haitian, 1927-1968) Boats at Shore, oil painting on masonite. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board); 16.5” x 20.5”, 42 x 52 cm (frame). $300-500

476. Charles Obas (Haitian, 1927-1968) Storm, oil painting on masonite, signed lower right. Size: 15.5” x 23.25”, 39 x 59 cm (sight); 17.5” x 25.25”, 44 x 64 cm (frame). $300-500

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477. Fernand Pierre (Haitian, 20th c.) 3 Giraffes, circa 1980’s, oil painting on board. Size: 32” x 24”, 81 x 61 cm (board); 36” x 28”, 91 x 71 cm (frame). $300-500

478. Levoy Exil (Haitian/Fermathe, b. 1944 ) Painting on canvas, 1996. Size: 40” x 10”, 102 x 25 cm (stretcher); 46” x 16”, 117 x 41 cm (frame). $300-500

479. Prosper Pierre-Louis (Haitian, 20th c.) Painting Figure with Bird, 1991. Size: 32” x 12”, 81 x 30 cm (canvas); 38” x 18”, 97 x 46 cm (frame). $300-500

480. Haitian Sequined Flag, Anonymous Artist (20th c.). Size: 18” x 15.5” (46 x 39 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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481. Georges Valris- Skeleton. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr. Jacques Bartoli. Size: 41” x 35” (104 x 89 cm). $500-700

482. Maxon Scylla- Marassa Twa, patrons of children and healing. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr. Jacques Bartoli. Size: 41.5” x 34” (105 x 86 cm). $400-600 481

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483. Maxon Scylla- Grand Bois, patron of the forest, old spirit of the earth. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr. Jacques Bartoli. Size: 32” x 32” (81 x 81 cm). $200-400

484. Amina Simeon (1959-2008)- Agoueh et Siren, fully beaded flag featuring the marriage of two spirits of the sea. Photo published in Spirits in Sequins: Vodou Flags of Haiti, 2007 by Nancy Josephson. From the collection of Nancy Josephson. Size: 39” x 27.5” (99 x 70 cm). $600-900 483

484 485. Atelier of Clotaire Bazille-Bossou, the bull, signifying earth, strength and life force. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr. Jacques Bartoli. Size: 34” x 33” (86 x 84 cm). $200-300

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486. Veve (geometric symbol) for Danthor (Dantor). Labeled ARTWG (probably Art, WG). Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. Size: 26” x 24.5” (66 x 62 cm). $200-300

487. Veve (geometric symbol) for Damballah. Unknown maker. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. Size: 26” x 25” (66 x 64 cm). $200-300

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488. Veve (geometric symbol) for Azaca (Azaka), patron saint of the fields, business. Unknown maker. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. Size: 26.5” x 24.5” (67 x 62 cm). $200 -300

489. Veve (geometric symbol) for Simbi, spirit of fresh water, electricity. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. Size: 29” x 26.5” (74 x 67 cm). $200-300

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490. Gran Bwa (old spirit of the forest). Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. Made by Wilfrid Geffrar. Size: 26” x 26.5” (66 x 67 cm). From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. $200-300


491. Veve (geometric symbol) for Damballah and Wedo, old cool spirits of life force (serpent and the rainbow). Made by Maxon Scylla. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. Size: 27” x 24.5” (69 x 62 cm). From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. $200-300

492. Veve (geometric symbol) for Carrefour, the crossroads. Probably made at the atelier of Sylva Joseph by maker “DY”. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. Size: 29.5” x 29.5” (75 x 75 cm). From the collection of Dr Jacques Bartoli. $200-300

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493. LaFleur-Santa Clara, fully beaded flag of the saint of clarity. From the collection of Nancy Josephson. Size: 23” x 21” (58 x 53 cm). $100-200

494. Yves Telemaque- Erzulie Freda, patron saint of love and femininity. From the collection of Nancy Josephson. Size: 39” x 32.5” (99 x 83 cm). $300-500

495. Valentin Valris (Haiti)- Adan et Eve. Photo published in Spirits in Sequins: Vodou Flags of Haiti, 2007 by Nancy Josephson. From the collection of Nancy Josephson. Size: 35.5” x 23.5” (90 x 60 cm). $400-600

496. Maxon Scylla- Grand Bois, patron of the forest, old spirit of the earth. Haitian Vodou flag, sequins on fabric. From the collection of Dr. Jacques Bartoli. Size: 32” x 32” (81 x 81 cm). $200-400

497. Fritz Merise (Haitian, 20th c.) Untitled (Beach Bar), circa 1980, painting on board. Size: 24” x 24”, 61 x 61 cm (board); 29” x 29”, 74 x 74 cm (frame). $250-350

498. Harry Cabe (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Petro Ceremony Tacmel, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 (stretcher). $150-250

499. Harry Cabe (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Ghede Ceremony, oil painting on canvas. Size: 36” x 24”, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher). $150-250

500. Harry Cabe (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) RaRa Scene with Border, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 32”, 61 x 81 cm (stretcher). $150-250

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501. Harry Cabe (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) RaRa, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher). $150-250

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502. Roi David Annisey (Haitian, 20th c.) Lave Tet, oil painting on canvas. Size: 22” x 12.5”, 56 x 32 (irregular stretcher). $100-200 502

503. Jean-Marc Cayo Dieunet (Haitian, 20th c.) Market Scene, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher). $100-200

504. Jean-Marc Cayo Dieunet (Haitian, 20th c.) Vodou Ceremony, oil painting on canvas. Size: 25” x 36”, 64 x 91 cm (stretcher). $100-200 503

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505. Jean-Marc Cayo Dieunet (Haitian, 20th c.) Jesus, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 30”, 61 x 76 cm (stretcher). $100-200

506. Parizot Domond (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Countryside, oil painting on canvas. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher). $100-200 505

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507. Parizot Domond (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Vodou Ceremony, 2007, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 20”, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher). $100-200

508. Parizot Domond (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Countryside (Jacmel), 2007, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 16”, 61 x 41 cm (stretcher). $100-200 507

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509. Parizot Domond (Haitian/Jacmel, 20th c.) Petro Mambo, oil painting on canvas. Size: 16” x 12”, 41 x 30 cm (stretcher). $100-200

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510. Two Haitian Paintings of Birds, oil on canvas: 1 by Toussaint St. Pierre (Haitian, 1923-1985) and 1 signed Duncan (20th c.). Size: 36” x 24”, 91 x 61 cm each. $200-300


511. Toussaint St. Pierre (Haitian, 1923-1985) 4 Flower Paintings, oil on masonite, damages. Size: 12” x 24”, 30 x 61 cm (largest). $200-300

512. Toussaint St. Pierre (Haitian, 1923-1985) 2 Paintings of Flowers, 1 framed, each oil on canvas. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (board), 23” x 30”, 58 x 76 cm (frame). $200-400 511

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513. Toussaint St. Pierre (Haitian, 1923-1985) 2 Paintings: Birds and Flowers, 1 oil on canvas, 1 oil on board. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (largest). $200-400

514. Toussaint St. Pierre (Haitian, 1923-1985) Flowers and Love Birds, oil on canvas paintings. Size: 24” x 35”, 61 x 89 cm each. $200-400

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515. Toussaint St. Pierre (Haitian, 1923-1985) 3 Works: Love Birds and flowers, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm each. $300-600

516. 3 Haitian Paintings: 2 by Louis and 1 signed Celestin. Largest measures: 15” x 20”, 38 x 51 cm (canvas). $100-300

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517. 4 Haitian Paintings by Various (20th c.) Artists. Largest measures 24” x 16”, 61 x 41 cm (canvas), 28.5” x 20.5”, 72 x 52 cm (frame). $100-300

518. Ernst Louizor (Haitian, 1938-2011) Market Scene Painting. Size: 22” x 28”, 56 x 71 cm (stretcher); 27.25” x 33.5”, 69 x 85 cm (frame). $200-300

519. Henri Calixte (Haitian, 20th c.) Countryside, circa 1980’s, oil painting on canvas. Size: 20” x 24”, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 26” x 30”, 66 x 76 cm (frame). $250-350

520. Haitian (20th c.) African Queen, steel drum wall hanging mask sculpture, by Eugene Jacques, Croix de Bouquet. Size: 24” x 30” (61 x 76 cm). $100-200

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521. Haitian (20th c.) Danbala, steel drum wall hanging sculpture, by Eugene Jacques, Croix de Bouquet. Size: 24” x 36” (61 x 91 cm). $100-200 522. Juan Horta Castillo (Mexican, 1940-2006) Dark Horned Devil Mask, carved cottonwood (unpainted), signed and dated 1999. Size: 10” x 11” x 8” (25 x 28 x 20 cm). $200-300

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523. Juan Horta Castillo (Mexican, 1940-2006) Broken Tooth Devil Mask, carved cottonwood (unpainted), signed and dated 1995. Size: 13” x 9” x 7” (33 x 23 x 18 cm). $200-300 524. Juan Horta Castillo (Mexican, 1940-2006) Devil and Snake Ouroboros Mask, carved cottonwood (unpainted), signed and dated 1995. Size: 14” x 14” x 8” (36 x 36 x 20 cm). $200-300

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525. Juan Horta Castillo (Mexican, 1940-2006) Armadillo Mask, carved cottonwood (unpainted), signed and dated 1999. Size: 20” x 8” x 7” (51 x 20 x 18 cm). $200-300 526. Juan Horta Castillo (Mexican, 1940-2006) Owl and Rat Mask, carved cottonwood (unpainted), signed and dated 1994. Size: 8” x 9” x 7” (20 x 23 x 18 cm). $200-300

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527. Antique Mexican Mask. Pre 1900’s mask from Dance of the Devils. Carved and painted wood. Size: 26” x 23” x 7” (66 x 58 x 18 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400 528. Mexican Mask from the Dance of the Devils. Carved and painted wood, rubber and horn. Size: 23” x 22” x 13” (59 x 56 x 33 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400

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529. Mexican Male butterfly mask for the Dance of the Moors and Christians. carved and painted wood. Size: 24” x 27” x 7” (61 x 69 x 18 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400 530. Mexican Carnival mask. Carved and painted wood, papier mache, with foil bark and plastic appliques. Size: 31” x 21” x 8” (79 x 53 x 20 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400


531. Mexican Carnival mask with headpiece. Carved and painted wood. Size: 28” x 24” x 6” (71 x 61 x 15 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400 532. Mexican Skull Carnival mask with headpiece. Carved and painted wood. Size: 26” x 23” x 6” (66 x 58 x 15 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400

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533. Mexican Elephant mask for the Dance of the Animales. Carved and painted wood. Size: 26” x 8” x 20” (66 x 20 x 51 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400 534. Mexican Mask for the Dance of the Devils. Carved and painted wood. Size: 13” x 6” x 8.5” (33 x 15 x 22 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $100-200 535. Mexican Mask For the Dance of the Mexicanos. Circa 1940. Molded and colored clay. Size: 7” x 6” x 3.5” (18 x 15 x 9 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200-400 536. Mexican Mask For the Dance of the Devils. Carved and painted wood. Size: 8.5” x 10” x 6” (22 x 25 x 15 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $100-200 537. Mexican Mask For the Dance of the Negritos. Dated 1986. Painted papier mache. Size: 7” x 7” x 3.5” (18 x 18 x 9 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $100-200 538. Mexican Malinche Mask for the Dance of the Moors and Christians. Circa 1950. Carved and painted wood. Size: 33” x 7” x 7” (84 x 18 x 18 cm). Prov: Richard and Jean Kellaway; Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass., included in the travelling exhibition, ‘’Mexican Masks of the 20th Century: A Living Tradition.’’ $200 -300 539. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Mayan Snake, carved wood, mixed media. Size: 10.5” x 27” x 16” (27 x 69 x 41 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300 540. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Double-Headed Dragon, carved wood, mixed media. Size: 12” x 24” x 9” (30 x 61 x 23 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300

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541. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Vase with Bird-of-Paradise, carved wood, mixed media, commemorating Pearl Harbor. Size: 26” x 12” x 8.5” (66 x 30 x 22 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300

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542. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Bear and Totem Pole, carved wood. Size: 18” x 4.5” x 7” (46 x 11 x 18 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

543. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Dance of the Dragonflies, carved wood, mixed media. Size: 20” x 9” x 9” (51 x 23 x 23 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300

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544. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Egyptian Gods, carved wood, mixed media. Size: 19” x 8” x 8” (48 x 20 x 20 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300

545. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Four Eyes, carved wood. Size: 10” x 12” x 6” (25 x 30 x 15 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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546. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Woman Sitting on Pillow, carved wood. Size: 11.5” x 10” x 7” (29 x 25 x 18 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

547. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Woman Sitting in Flowers, carved wood. Size: 21” x 14” x 14” (53 x 36 x 36 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -400

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548. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Blindfolded Woman, carved wood, paint. Size: 33” x 33” x 10” (84 x 84 x 25 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -400

549. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Elongatia 1, carved wood. Size: 34” x 9” x 9” (86 x 23 x 23 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300

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550. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Elongatia 2, carved wood. Size: 35” x 11” x 11” (89 x 28 x 28 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300


551. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Herd of Horses, carved wood. Size: 6” x 29” x 8.5” (15 x 74 x 22 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

552. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Swinging Woman, carved wood. Size: 13” x 8.25” x 4” (33 x 21 x 10 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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553. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Large Eye, carved wood, mixed media. Size: 8” x 7” x 7” (20 x 18 x 18 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $50 -100

554. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Eggs, carved wood. Size: 12” x 9” x 5” (30 x 23 x 13 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $50 -100

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555. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Buffalo Head, carved wood, horns, mixed media. Size: 3.75” x 8.5” x 5.5” (10 x 22 x 14 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $50 -100

556. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Organic Forms, carved wood. Size: 6.5” x 14” x 10” (17 x 36 x 25 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $50 -100 555

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557. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Venus with Snake, carved wood, paint, splits. Size: 36” x 48” x 29” (91 x 122 x 74 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

558. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Dog, carved wood, paint, areas of cracking. Size: 23.25” x 30” x 11.5” (59 x 76 x 29 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -300

559. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Headless Statue of Woman, carved wood. Size: 37” x 13” x 11” (94 x 33 x 28 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -400

560. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, “Venus de Coraopolis”, carved wood, paint. Size: 45.5” x 13.75” x 10” (116 x 35 x 25 cm) Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -400

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561. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Dancing Woman, carved wood, paint. Size: 26” x 8” x 8” (66 x 20 x 20 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -300

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562. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Standing Girl with Ponytail, carved wood. Size: 26” x 12” x 8.5” (66 x 30 x 22 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -300

563. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Abstract “10”. carved wood. Size: 9.75” x 9” x 4” (25 x 23 x 10 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $50 -100

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564. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Head and Hands, carved wood. Size: 8” x 7” x 5” (20 x 18 x 13 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $50 -100

565. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Bust of Woman, carved wood. Size: 17” x 12” x 9” (43 x 30 x 23 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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566. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Bust of Woman on Base, carved wood. Size: 49” x 14” x 10” (125 x 36 x 25 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

567. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Nude, metal with brass fusing. Size: 22” x 11” x 14” (56 x 28 x 36 cm) Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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568. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Moses, brass, metal, paint. Size: 71.5” x 24” x 28” (182 x 61 x 71 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -300

569. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Woman and Child, metal and brass. Size: 16” x 72” x 14” (41 x 183 x 36 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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570. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Woman Standing Palms Up, carved wood. Size: 14” x 3.5” x 3.5” (36 x 9 x 9 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200


571. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Six Carved Wood Canes. Size: 37”L (94 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

572. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Merganzer Duck, carved wood. Size: 7” x 16.5” x 5.5” (18 x 42 x 14 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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573. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Canada Goose, carved wood, paint. Size: 16” x 25” x 7.5” (41 x 63 x 19 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

574. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Mortar Cannon, wood, stainless steel, functional working cannon. Size: 12” x 22.5” x 8.5” (30 x 57 x 22 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $100 -200

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575. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Carousel Horse, carved wood, paint, abalone, brass. Size: 72” x 60” x 27” (183 x 152 x 69 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $600 -900

576. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Native American Chief, carved wood, abalone, paint, mixed media. Size: 81” x 36” x 44” (206 x 91 x 112 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $300 -500

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577. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Sculpture, Native American Woman with Papoose, carved wood, abalone, paint. Size: 76” x 18” x 29” (193 x 46 x 74 cm). Provenance: estate of the artist. $200 -400

578. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Abalone Shell Mosaic, Pyramids, framed. Size: 35” x 77”, 89 x 196 cm (frame). Provenance: estate of the artist. $300 -500

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579. John J. Stanko (American, 1925-2014) Abalone Shell Mosaic, Woman in Standing Pose, framed. Size: 51” x 26.75”, 130 x 68 cm (frame). Provenance: estate of the artist. $300 -500

580. George Colin (American, 20th c.) Crucifix, carved and painted wood. Size: 32” x 25.25” x 2.25” (81 x 64 x 6 cm). Provenance: DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia. $100-200

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581. Mark Casey Milestone (American, b. 1958, Active: Florida, North Carolina) Whirliygig, 1991, found materials assemblage sculpture. Size: 19” x 25” x 15” (48 x 64 x 38 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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582. Mark Casey Milestone (American, b. 1958, Active: Florida, North Carolina) Fingerprint File, 1997, watercolor painting. Size: 15.5” x 22.25”, 39 x 57 cm (sheet); 22.5” x 29.5”, 57 x 75 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $700-800 583. Mark Casey Milestone (American, b. 1958, Active: Florida, North Carolina) In the Garden, 1997, watercolor painting. Size: 21.5” x 17.5”, 55 x 44 cm (sheet); 26.5” x 22.5”, 67 x 57 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $700-800

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584. Ironsides Pry (American, 1921-1987) Landscape Painting. Size: 15.5” x 28.5”, 39 x 72 cm (sight); 23.5” x 36.75”, 60 x 93 cm (frame). $200-300 585. Michael Banks (American) 2 works: 1) Mixed media painting on wood. Size: 16.75” x 12” (43 x 30 cm); 2) Mixed media on found manilla envelope. Size: 19 x 15 (48 x 38 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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586. Maurice Woodlock (20th c.) Parrot, painted nails on wood panel. Size: 16” x 9.25”, 41 x 23 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 587. Maurice Woodlock (20th c.) Blue Jay, painted nailheads on wood panel. Size: 14” x 11” (36 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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588. Maurice Woodlock (20th c.) Alligators, painted nailheads on wood panel. Size: 17” x 17”, (43 x 43 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 589. Maurice Woodlock (20th c.) Palm Trees, painted nailheads on wood panel. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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590. Willie Jinks (American/Georgia, 1922-2010) Sketchbook with Drawings. Size: 17” x 14” (43 x 36 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300


591. Kevin Blyhe Sampson (20th c.) Freedom Ship, mixed media sculpture assemblage. Size: 35” x 16.5” x 8” (89 x 42 x 20 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

592. Gerald Anderson (20th c.) Eve of Liberty, carved and painted wood folk art sculpture. Size: 22” x 11” x 11” (56 x 28 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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593. Ritch Branstrom (20th c.) Self Portrait, Found Object Assemblage, 1999. Size: 15” x 7” x 8” (38 x 18 x 20 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

594. Jimmy Descant (20th c.) Earth, 2007, found object assemblage. Size: 25.5” x 15.5” x 4.5” (65 x 39 x 11 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

595. Dilbert Buck (American, 20th c.) Mixed Media Folk Art Sculpture, depicting a lady riding a lama. Size: 12” x 13” x 4” (30 x 33 x 10 cm). $100-200

596. 6 European School (20th c.) Reverse Glass Paintings depicting historical scenes. Size: 11.25” x 15.25”, 29 x 39 (sight); 13” x 17”, 33 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300

598. Anthony Joseph “Tony Joe” Salvatore (American/Ohio, 1938-1994) Pastel drawing on paper. Size: 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (sheet); 24.5” x 20.5”, 62 x 52 cm (frame). $150-250

599. Anthony Joseph “Tony Joe” Salvatore (American/Ohio, 1938-1994) Pastel drawing on paper. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (sheet); 28.5” x 22.5”, 72 x 57 cm (frame). $150-250

600. Anthony Joseph “Tony Joe” Salvatore (American/Ohio, 1938-1994) Pastel drawing on paper. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (sheet); 31.5” x 25.5”, 80 x 65 cm (frame). $150-250

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601. John McQuirk (British, b. 1933) “The Zoo”, ca. 1990s, oil crayo on paper. Size: 28” x 20.5”, 71 x 52 cm (sight); 33.5” x 25.75”, 85 x 65 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-600

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602. William R. Miller (20th c.) 3 Painted Egg Cartons. The crates are by William R. Miller of Bryant and Miller, KY. He is represented in the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian. Size: 19” x 12” x 1.25”, 48 x 30 x 3 cm (largest). $150-250 603. Dorothy Strauser (American, 1908-2005) Landscape watercolor painting. Size: 5” x 7”, 13 x 18 cm (board); 12.25” x 14”, 31 x 36 cm (frame). Provenance: A New York gentleman’s collection. Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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604. Barbara Strawser (American, 20th c.) Landscape Painting in hand-carved frame. Size: 13.5” x 9.5”, 34 x 24 cm (sight); 20.5” x 13”, 52 x 33 cm (irregular frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $600-900 605. Lawrence Amos (American, 1944-2014) “Red Checkered Jacket”, 2003, mixed-media ink drawing on paper. Size: 11” x 11” (28 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $250-350

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606. Lawrence Amos (American, 1944-2014) “Rainbow Man”, 2007, mixed-media ink drawing on paper. Size: 18.5” x 17.5” (47 x 44 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $600-700 607. Lawrence Amos (American, 1944-2014) “Shelter”, undated c. 2008, mixed-media ink drawing on paper. Size: 18.25” x 24.25” (46 x 62 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $600-700

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608. Lawrence Amos (American, 1944-2014) “Looking for Hillary”, 2008, mixed-media ink drawing on paper. Size: 18.5” x 24.25” (47 x 62 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $600-700 609. Linda Bruton (American/Georgia 20th c.) “Feeling the Spirit”, 1998, mixed media painting. Size: 27.25” x 21.25”, 69 x 54 cm (sight); 32.5” x 26.5”, 83 x 67 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-250

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610. Vintage Indian Disaster Education Painting. Size: 49” x 31”, 124 x 79 cm (frame). $200-300


611. 2 Vintage Hand-Painted Bollywood Cinema Posters, India, paint on canvas, framed. Size: 33” x 49”, 84 x 124 cm (frame) and 31” x 48.5”, 79 x 123 cm (frame). $200-400 612. La Puntura de Sarhua, 1975, painting on wood. Size: 12.5” x 25”, 32 x 64 cm (board). $100-200 612 613. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Untitled, 2002, mixed media. Size: 13.5” x 10.75” (34 x 27 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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614. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Untitled, 2002, mixed media. Size: 13.5” x 10.75” (34 x 27 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 614 615. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Untitled, 2002, mixed media. Size: 13.5” x 10.75” (34 x 27 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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616. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Untitled, 2002, mixed media. Size: 16” x 13” (41 x 33 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-400 617. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Untitled, 2002, mixed media. Size: 16” x 13” (41 x 33 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $250-350

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618. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Set of 3 untitled ink drawings on paper, 2002. Each Size: 18” x 12” (46 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 619. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Set of 3 untitled ink drawings on paper, 2002. Each Size: 18” x 12” (46 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 620. Danielle Jacqui (French, b.1934) Untitled, 2002, ink drawing. Size: 18” x 12” (46 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-150

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621. Leonard Jones (American/Georgia, b. 1955) Woman with Spoon, oil painting on tin panel, 1996. Size: 34.5” x 26.5” (88 x 67 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 622. Leonard Jones (Georgia, b. 1955) Woman Ironing, acrylic on metal signed dated lower right. Size: 24” x 25.25”, 61 x 64 cm (sight); 26” x 27.25”, 66 x 69 cm (frame). $200-300 621

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623. Leonard Jones (American/Georgia, b. 1955) Cornbread, oil painting on tin panel, 1996. Size: 30” x 26.5” (76 x 67 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 624. May Kugler (American, 1916-1980) Blind Date, acrylic painting on canvas, 1996. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board); 16.75” x 20.5”, 43 x 52 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 625. May Kugler (American, 1916-1980) Watermelon Party, acrylic painting on canvas, 1995. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board); 17” x 20.75”, 43 x 53 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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626. May Kugler (American, 1916-1980) Baptisan, acrylic painting on canvas, 1996. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board); 16.75” x 20.75”, 43 x 53 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 627. Buddy Snipes (20th c.) Mrs. Trash, oil on tin with tree branches, in basket form. Size: 16” x 9.5” x 9.5” (41 x 24 x 24 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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628. Buddy Snipes (20th c.) Mermaid, assemblage, oil on tin with tree branches. Size: 36” x 12” (91 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400 629. Buddy Snipes (20th c.) Mrs. Jewberry, oil painting on tin with tree branches. Size: 33.5” x 46” (85 x 117 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500

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630. Buddy Snipes (20th c.) Jewberry Family, oil on tin with tree branches. Size: 15.25” x 24” (39 x 61 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500


631. Annie Welborne (20th c.) Nickels on Closed Eyes at Death, acrylic painting on canvas board, 1998. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (board); 22.5” x 28.5”, 57 x 72 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 632. Annie Welborne (20th c.) Twirling Clouds “Sighn” of Rain, 1994, acrylic painting on masonite. Size: 15.5” x 11.5”, 39 x 29 cm (sight); 22.5” x 18.5”, 57 x 47 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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633. Annie Welborne (20th c.) Annie’s Friends, All Dressed Up, acrylic painting on paper. Size: 10” x 13”, 25 x 33 cm (sight); 15” x 18”, 38 x 46 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 634. Will Espey (20th c.) River of Sorrows, mixed media, framed. Size: 18” x 23.75”, 46 x 60 cm (sight); 23” x 29”, 58 x 74 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-500 635. Will Espey (20th c.) Drops her Robe, mixed media. Size: 24” x 30”, 61 x 76 cm (stretcher). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 636. Will Espey (20th c.) Mystery, mixed media. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (stretcher). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $500-700 637. David Tinsley (American, b. 1951) Heartfelt No. 2, acrylic painting on panel, in a wood frame. Size: 16.5” x 16.5”, 42 x 42 cm (frame). $400-600 638. Myrtice West (American/Alabama, 1923-2010) Landscape with Angel, oil on canvas board. Size: 20” x 16”, 51 x 41 cm (board); 22” x 18”, 56 x 46 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 639. Myrtice West (American/Alabama, 1923-2010) “My Family”, acrylic on canvas board. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board); 18.5” x 22.5”, 47 x 57 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 640. Junior Lewis (20th c.) Barn Scene, 1991, acrylic painting on artist board. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (board); 20” x 26”, 51 x 66 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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641. Louis Monza (American/Italian, 1897-1984) Two Works: 1) “Nanette”, 1954, linoleum block print, ed. 2/4. Size: 14” x 10” (36 x 25 cm); 2) “The Throne”, 1975, ink & colored pencil drawing. Size: 10” x 6” (25 x 15 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $250-350

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642. Louis Monza (American/Italian, 1897-1984) 15 Works: a collection of linoleum block prints, signed and numbered, in various sizes, plus biographical materials. Size: 8” x 11”, 20 x 28 cm (largest). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $300-400 643. Nell (New York, 20th c.) Veiled Woman’s Face, 2005, mixed media on found cardboard. Size: 23.5” x 19.25”, 60 x 49 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250

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644. Nell (New York, 20th c.) Jesus Figure, 1998, mixed media on found cardboard. Size: 22.25” x 67” (57 x 170 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 645. Nell (New York, 20th c.) Faceless Crowd, mixed media on cardboard. Size: 20” x 25” (51 x 64 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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646. Nell (New York, 20th c.) Portrait of a Man, mixed media on found cardboard, 1996. Size: 26” x 18” (66 x 46 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 647. Nell (New York, 20th c.) Jesus, Mixed media on found cardboard, 1999. Size: 38.5” x 13.5” (98 x 34 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 648. Ranftle (20th c.) Don’t you weep, mixed media assemblage, 2000 Size: 19.5” x 15” (50 x 38 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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649. Myrtice West (American/Alabama, 1923-2010) “Jerusalem”, acrylic painting on board. Size: 13.5” x 18.5”, 34 x 47 cm (board); 15.5” x 21”, 39 x 53 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 650. Helen Salzberg (American, 20th c.) “Couple”, acrylic painting and collage on board. Size: 19.5” x 23.5”, 50 x 60 cm (sight); 22” x 26”, 56 x 66 cm (frame). Literature: American Folk Art of the Twentieth Century (1983) by Jay Johnson. $300-500


651. Helen Salzberg (American, 20th c.) “A Royal Pair”, acrylic painting and collage on board. Size: 30” x 24”, 76 x 61 cm (board); 31.5” x 25.25”, 80 x 64 cm (frame). Literature: American Folk Art of the Twentieth Century (1983) by Jay Johnson. $300-500 652. Morris Berman (American/Easton,PA - 20th c.) Urban Cityscape, mixed-media. Size: 19.5” x 23”, 50 x 58 cm (sight); 27.5” x 30.75”, 70 x 78 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-400

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653. R. Robbins (20th c.) Carbondale, PA Train Roundhouse Folk Painting. Size: 20.5” x 26.5”, 52 x 67 cm (sight); 32.5” x 39”, 83 x 99 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 654. Myrtice West (American/Alabama, 1923-2010) Jesus and the Statue of Liberty, painting on found wood drawer. Size: 26.5” x 6.5”, 67 x 17 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-150 655. Myrtice West (American/Alabama, 1923-2010) Cherub, double-sided painted wood cutout. Size: 9” x 20.75”, 23 x 53 cm (irregular board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-150 656. Myrtice West (American/Alabama, 1923-2010) Angel, Painting on wood cutout, double-sided. Size: 19.5” x 12.75”, 50 x 32 cm (irregular board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-150 657. Marie Keegan (American, 20th c.) Playground, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher). Literature: American Folk Art of the Twentieth Century (1983) by Jay Johnson. $100-200 658. Chick Schwartz (20th c.) Ceramic Wall Sculpture. Size: 27.5” x 20”, 70 x 51 cm (frame). $100-200 659. Jack Moment (American, 20th c.) Town, oil painting on board. Size: 24” x 32”, 61 x 81 cm (board). Literature: American Folk Art of the Twentieth Century (1983) by Jay Johnson. $200-300 660. Phyllis Cicora Duffy (American, 20th c.) Landscape, 1986, oil painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 36”, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher); 24.75” x 36.75”, 63 x 93 cm (frame). $300-500

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661. Barbara Schrag (American, 20th c.) Still Life with Flowers, oil painting on canvas. Size: 23.5” x 23.5”, 60 x 60 cm (sight); 33” x 33”, 84 x 84 cm (frame). $200-400

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662. Yvonne Wells (20th c.) Eye of the Hurricane Quilt, fabric and found objects. Size: 71” x 41” (180 x 104 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

663. Yvonne Wells (20th c.) Don’t Tread on Me Quilt. Size: 17” x 33.5” (43 x 85 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

664. Yvonne Wells (20th c.) Flour Sack Quilt. Size: 34” x 25” (86 x 64 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 663

664 665. Yvonne Wells (20th c.) Flour Sack Quilt. Size: 36” x 26” (91 x 66 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

666. Yvonne Wells (20th c.) 3 Flowers Quilt. Size: 50” x 36” (127 x 91 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 665

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667. Floretta Emma Warfel (American/PA, 1919-1993) Memory Painting Landscape. Size: 29” x 42” (74 x 107 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

668. Floretta Emma Warfel (American/PA, 19191993) Memory Painting Landscape. Size: 27” x 44” (69 x 112 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 667

668 669. Floretta Emma Warfel (American/PA, 1919-1993) Memory Paintings Landscape. Size: 25” x 34” (64 x 86 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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670. Floretta Emma Warfel (American/PA, 1919-1993) Memory Paintings Landscape. Size: 26” x 29” (66 x 74 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200


671. Floretta Emma Warfel (American/PA, 1919-1993) Memory Paintings Landscape. Size: 27” x 44” (69 x 112 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 672. Renee Leshner (20th c.) Goddess of the Dolls, ink drawing. Size: 11” x 8.5” (28 x 22 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250

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673. Renee Leshner (20th c.) Nadia in Nature, ink drawing. Size: 9” x 12” (23 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 674. Renee Leshner (20th c.) Goddess of Treesk, ink drawing. Size: 9” x 12” (23 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $150-250 675. Renee Leshner (20th c.) Evil Angel of the Clouds, ink drawing. Size: 9” x 12” (23 x 30 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-150 676. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Landscape with Dog, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (board); 14.25” x 17.25”, 36 x 44 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 677. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Landscape with Cardinals, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board); 13.75” x 17.75”, 35 x 45 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 678. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Landscape with Cat, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (board); 13.5” x 16.5”, 34 x 42 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 679. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Swimming Dog, acrylic painting on canvas. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (stretcher); 14” x 17.75”, 36 x 45 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 680. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Deer, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (board); 13.5” x 16.5”, 34 x 42 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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681. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Landscape, acrylic painting on board. Size: 11” x 14”, 28 x 36 cm (board); 14” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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682. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Landscape with Blue Flowers, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 12” x 16”, 30 x 41 cm (board); 14” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 683. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Cabin, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board); 18.25” x 22.25”, 46 x 57 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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684. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Still Life, acrylic painting on board. Size: 10” x 8”, 25 x 20 cm (board); 11.5” x 9.5”, 29 x 24 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100 685. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Landscape, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 8” x 10”, 20 x 25 cm (board); 10.25” x 12.25”, 26 x 31 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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686. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Portrait, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 10” x 8”, 25 x 20 cm (board); 12.25” x 10.25”, 31 x 26 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 687. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Church Women, acrylic painting on canvas, 1999. Size: 24” x 30”, 61 x 76 cm (stretcher). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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688. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Man with Wagon, acrylic painting on canvas. Size: 18” x 24”, 46 x 61 cm (stretcher); 19.75” x 25.75”, 50 x 65 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 689. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Wagon, acrylic painting on canvas board. Size: 9” x 12”, 23 x 30 cm (board); 10.75” x 13.75”, 27 x 35 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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690. Alyne Harris (American, b. 1943) Children with Bible, acrylic painting on canvas. Size: 24” x 18”, 61 x 46 cm (stretcher); 25.75” x 19.5”, 65 x 50 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200


691. Alhadji Pullins-Graham (20th c.) “Waiting for the Bus”, 2010 11 1/2x 17, watercolor & ink painting. Size: 11.25” x 16.5”, 29 x 42 cm (sight); 18.25” x 24.25”, 46 x 62 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 692. Egbert “Clem” Evans (20th c.) “Harbor Town”, undated, c. 2010, mixed-media. Size: 17.5” x 17.25”, 44 x 43 cm (sight); 24.25” x 24.25”, 62 x 62 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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693. Michael Schaff (20th c.) Places to Go, mixed media. Size: 10.75” x 16.75”, 27 x 43 cm (sight); 17.25” x 23.25”, 44 x 59 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 694. Michael Schaff (20th c.) “Rabbit’s Run”, undated, mixed-media. Size: 11” x 17”, 28 x 43 cm (sight); 16.25” x 22.25”, 41 x 57 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 695. Bell Granny Mae (20th c.) The Old Country Road #9, 1996, Acrylic on canvas. Size: 12” x 24”, 30 x 61 cm (stretcher); 15” x 27”, 38 x 69 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 696. Brian Dowdell (20th c.) Tree Frog, sand painting on craft paper. Size: 21.5” x 21.5”, 55 x 55 cm (sight); 24.5” x 24.5”, 62 x 62 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 697. Brian Dowdell (20th c.) Elephant, sand painting on craft paper. Size: 21.5” x 21.5”, 55 x 55 cm (sight); 24.5” x 24.5”, 62 x 62 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 698. John Mason (20th c.) 5-8-92 Train, marker drawing on paper, 1992. Size: 12” x 9.5”, 30 x 24 cm (sheet); 15.75” x 12.5”, 40 x 32 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 699. John Mason (20th c.) Feb 22 1992, Birds and Trees, marker drawing on paper. Size: 11” x 8.75”, 28 x 22 cm (sheet); 15.25” x 12.25”, 39 x 31 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 700. John Mason (20th c.) Feb 27 1991, marker drawing on paper. Size:18” x 12”, 46 x 30 cm (sheet); 23” x 17”, 58 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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701. John Mason (20th c.) 1991 Mars and Earth, marker drawing on paper. Size: 18” x 12”, 46 x 30 cm (sheet); 23” x 17”, 58 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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702. John Mason (20th c.) Feb 28 1991, Trip to Moon Earth, marker drawing on paper. Size:18” x 12”, 46 x 30 cm (sheet); 23” x 17”, 58 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300 703. John Mason (20th c.) 1991 Bison, marker on paper. Size:18” x 12”, 46 x 30 cm (sheet); 23” x 17”, 58 x 43 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $200-300

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704. Mildred Borras (20th c.) Tulips, 2014, painting. Size: 20” x 10”, 51 x 25 cm (stretcher). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 705. Mildred Borras (20th c.) Laundry Day, painting. Size: 18” x 24” (46 x 61 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200

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706. Anderson Johnson (American, 1915-1998) Man with Cap, painting on canvas board. Size: 20” x 16” (51 x 41 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 707. Anderson Johnson (American, 1915-1998) Adam and Eve, painting. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 708. Charles Auchincloss (American, 20th c.) Drawing. Size: 8” x 11” (20 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100

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709. Charles Auchincloss (American, 20th c.) Drawing. Size: 8” x 11” (20 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100 710. Michael Wysochansky (USA, 20th c.) Two Works: 1) “Woman in the Grass” 2012. Pen & pencil on paper. Size: 18” x 24” (sheet). 2) “Chicken for Larry” 2012. Pen & pencil on paper. Size: 18” x 24” (sheet). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 711. Unknown American Artist (20th c.) Rat Bait, Acrylic on paper. Size: 20” x 15” (51 x 38 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100

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712. John Williams (20th c.) Southwest Landscape, collage. Size: 8.25” x 11.75”, 21 x 30 cm (sight); 15” x 19”, 38 x 48 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200


713. American (20th c.) Landscape with House, painting. Size: 8.5” x 11” (22 x 28 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 714. Lawrence Somach Rooster Painting. Size: 8” x 10.5”, 20 x 27 cm (sight); 14” x 18”, 36 x 46 cm (frame). $100-200 713

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715. Ev Tryon (20th c.) Red Plane, painting on artist board. Size: 11.5” x 17.5”, 29 x 44 cm (sight); 17.5” x 23.5”, 44 x 60 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 716. American (20th c.) Farm Scene (Man on Wagon), signed illegibly. Size: 10.75” x 13.75”, 27 x 35 cm (sight); 13.25” x 16.25”, 34 x 41 cm (frame). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100 717. SOGH (20th c.) Untitled, oil painting on door panel, 2011. Size: 14” x 14” x 1.5” (36 x 36 x 4 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 718. Modern Painting of a Pig, Unknown Artist (20th c.), Pig Portrait, oil on canvas. Size: 24” x 32”, 61 x 81 cm (stretcher); 28.5” x 36.5”, 72 x 93 cm (frame). $100-200 719. African Folk Painting (20th c.), signed P. Peshi, acrylic on masonite. Size: 12.25” x 23.5”, 31 x 60 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 720. Jump Rope Burlap and Quilt Folk Art Textile. Size: 16” x 20”, 41 x 51 cm (board). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $50-100 721. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Signed Poster, AP. Size: 25” x 18” (64 x 46 cm). Proceeds from the sale of this item to benefit the Sterling Strauser Gallery at East Stroudsburg University. $100-200 722. Canady (American, 20th c.) Folk Art Painted Bench, a couple cruising in a Morgan Car, paint on wood. Size: 46” x 53” x 19” (117 x 135 x 48 cm). $300-500 723. Nicholas Herrera (American, 20th c.) Assemblage, mixed media. Size: 27” x 70.5” x 28.5” (69 x 179 x 72 cm). $600-800

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