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Slotin Auction

April 24, 2021


Slotin Folk Art Auction April 24, 2021 - 10am Slotin Auction is Proud To Present The Davenport / Kemp Collection BILLY KEMP ON PASSIONATE COLLECTOR GARY DAVENPORT Antiques were the gateway that got Gary Davenport and Robert Bishop addicted to collecting folk art starting in the 1970s. They were romantic partners who became collecting partners, too. Much more than an enthusiast, Bob Bishop was a tastemaker who helped elevate self-taught art as an early director of New York’s Museum of American Folk Art starting in 1977 as well as the author of numerous books on folk art and crafts. Even after their romance ended, Bob and Gary still collected folk art together, filling the walls of their shared New York townhouse. When Gary, who was in the real estate business, purchased a second home in Miami in the late 1980s, his partner Billy Kemp remembers that their home quickly filled up with folk art, too. Though Gary’s tastes were diverse, mixing established and rising artists, he fell hard for Purvis Young’s work, at one point owning 900 pieces by the Miami artist. “Our house was like a museum,” Billy recalls. “You didn’t see walls. There was no storage left under beds or behind doors or in lofts. Everywhere you looked there was art.” Now Bob and Gary are both gone, and major pieces from their early, important art collections are about to find new homes, filling walls of new collectors.

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Slotin Folk Art Auction will always attempt to purchase designated lots for the lowest possible amount in competition with other bidders, but we cannot be held responsible for errors or failure to bid. All terms of “Condition of Sale” apply to absentee bidders as well as those present. Slotin Folk Art Auction will pack and ship items purchased at auction. Slotin Folk Art Auction will contact successful Buyers regarding successful auction purchases the week after the sale.

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Slotin Folk Art Auction is hereby authorized to bid on the designated lots up to the price entered and will treat this figure as a budget and will obtain the item as reasonable as possible within the budget. Bidding on any Lot is acceptance of The Terms and Conditions on this Absentee Bid form and on page (5) of this catalog. All Bidders must provide credit card information and signature in order to bid. Credit cards will be charged in the event bidder has an outstanding balance after 14 days. Slotin Folk Art Auction encourages collectors to place absentee and telephone bids as soon as possible and cannot guarantee the implementation of bids left after 5:00pm the evening before the sale. In the event absentee bids of identical amounts are submitted, the earliest bid received takes precedence. Please date this form. In the event of a tie bid, live bidders and telephone bidders, Page 4

respectively, take precedence over absentee bids. A successful bid results in a purchase price which is the aggregate total of the final bid, a 25% percent buyer’s premium, together with any taxes due on the item. Slotin Folk Art Auction will contact successful bidders with sales results during the week after the sale. Dealers purchasing for resale must enter appropriate Dealer Resale Number on this form and provide proper documentation. Absentee bidding and Phone bidding is a convenience we offer to our customers who cannot attend in person. Slotin Folk Art Auction will always attempt to purchase designated lots for the lowest possible amount in competition with other bidders, but we cannot be held responsible for errors or failure to bid.


SLOTIN FOLK ART AUCTION

Slotin Folk Art Auction: Steve Slotin - GAL #2864

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

Buyer’s Premium 25%

Shipping options for ‘Buyer Responsible’ Shipments: Artisan Shipping: 917 613-0338 / artisanshipping10@gmail.com (NY, CA) Ken Clark - 561 212-5123 / fastart773@yahoo.com (Miami to Chicago)

2. Buyer pays Slotin Folk Art Auction (“Slotin”) premium of Twenty-five percent (25%) of the Lot’s Hammer price. As used throughout these “Terms and Conditions,” “Lot” means an object or group of objects offered for sale as one unit and “Hammer Price,” means the price Slotin will accept cash, checks and credit cards. (The “Sales Price” is the Hammer Price plus the Buyer’s Premium, plus applicable taxes). Any returned check will result in a return check fee and entitle Slotin to the remedies provided under Georgia law and in paragraph 7, below. 3. Title to Lot and risk of loss or damage to the Lot passes to the Buyer when the Hammer falls (i.e. when Slotin, as agent for seller, accepts the bid). Slotin Auction shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises after the date of sale. The Sales Price must be paid upon receiving the emailed invoice. Buyers with an outstanding balance after 14 days of the close of the auction will be charged a ten percent (10%) late fee on the Sales Price. Buyers must provide a credit card number in order to bid. Buyers with an outstanding balance after 14 days will be charged the outstanding balance, including (10%) late fee. Slotin will have sole and absolute discretion to determine who the successful bidder is and/or may withdraw the Lot or reoffer the Lot for sale, in the event of a dispute. 5. Absentee, phone and online bidders will receive an emailed invoice after the sale including shipping prices and options. 6. ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS IS.” Slotin, for itself and as agent for the seller, makes no warranties or representations of any kind with respect to any Lot. Buyer agrees that in no event shall Slotin be responsible for the correctness, description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, value or condition of any Lot. Nothing being said or done by Slotin shall be deemed a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability by Slotin. 7. If Buyer fails to pay the Sales Price or otherwise comply with these Terms and Conditions, Slotin shall be entitled to the following remedies: (1) to recover from Buyer any monetary loss arising on any resale of the Lot (including all costs of any resale or attempted resale): (2) any deposit or partial payment paid by Buyer: (3) to recover from Buyer all of its costs and expenses of collection, including attorneys’ fees of fifteen percent (15%) of the outstanding balance, interest on the outstanding balance of 1.5% per month and costs: and (4) all other relief and remedies allowed by the law. Georgia law applies and jurisdiction and venue over all disputes involving these Terms and Conditions shall be in Gwinnett County, Georgia. 8. Bidding on any Lot is acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. These Conditions constitute the entire agreement between bidders and Slotin and supersede all prior agreements between them, if any. 9. Shipping Is Easy! Slotin Folk Art Auction will be glad to pack and ship your auction purchases for you. We ship via UPS Ground. The shipping charges are listed in the catalog for U.S. continental shipments only. A shipping invoice will be emailed along with the auction invoice the week after the auction. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery. If you prefer to pick up instead of paying for shipping and insurance, just email after receiving your invoice and we will remove the charges. The hall is open Mon-Thurs - 9am-2pm for pick ups.

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11. Suggested Bid Increments: $0-$500 - $25 increments. $500-1,000 - $50 increments. $1,000 and above - minimum of $100 increments. 12. Bidding Live on the Internet During the Auction: Bidders may place absentee bids or bid in real time online. You may view the auction live for no fee. Your bids are submitted incrementally from Liveauctioneers to a live person who is executing the bids as they come in on behalf of the internet bidders while typing in the bid history for each lot. She will attempt to capture the bid history as accurately as possible, but in the event of a discrepancy, the auctioneer’s records are the official records of the auction. You can find a link to the auction through our website:

SlotinFolkArt.com 13. Absentee Bidding Instructions: If you would prefer to submit absentee bids through the auction house instead of online: 1. Fill out the form on page 3, listing catalog lot number, description, and your top bid price for each item. The limit you leave should be the amount to which you would bid if you were to attend the sale. Bidding increments are listed above. Please make sure that your bids fall within these increments. At the auction, bids are handled in a competitive manner in an attempt to buy the object for less than your top bid. You will be competing against the other absentee, phone and internet bidders. You will pay one bid above the next highest bid, but no more than your maximum. If two absentee bids are received with the exact same amount, the first bid received will take precedence. Slotin Folk Art Auction will always attempt to purchase designated lots for the lowest possible amount in competition with other bidders, but we cannot be held responsible for errors or failure to bid. 14. Live Phone Bidding Instructions: If you would like to be called as the lots you are interested in come up during auction, please complete the form on page 3. Items are sold in the exact order of the catalog around 60 lots an hour. List the lot number, and a brief description. Where it says bid amount or phone number, simply list the phone number you would like us to use during the auction. You may leave a back up number. There is no need to list a bid amount unless you would like the phone operator to bid for you in the event that you can-not be reached. Absentee bidding and Phone bidding is a convenience we offer, and we will make every attempt to reach phone bidders as their lots come up during the auction, but we cannot be held responsible for errors, technical difficulties or failure to bid. Phone bidders may wish to view the auction live on online to check the progress of the sale and to help determine when to expect their phone calls.

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April 24, 2021 - Lots 1 - 409

10am EST - Online, Phone & Absentee Only

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1. Carl Block

2. Marie Rogers

Banjo Picking Jewish Angel.

(1922-2010) Ten Mixed Ceramic Birds.

Stamped. Multi-glazed figural jug with Star of David Necklace. Mint condition. 16” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $75

Signed. Mint condition. Tallest is 10” h. Smallest is 4” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $200

4. Chester Hewell (b. 1950) 3. Clint Alderman (b. 1981) Rooster With Rattlesnake On Back. 2003. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 16” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $85

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Traditional Glaze Face Jug with Lizard. c. early 1980’s. Signed. Not dated. Mint condition. 7.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

5. Melvin & Dwayne Crocker (b. 1959 & 1954)

6. Albert Hodge (b. 1941)

Indian Prince & Princess Open Mouth Snake Face Jugs.

Large Rattlesnake Jug.

2000. #5. Signed, dated and numbered. Both in mint condition. 13” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

Stamped. Mint condition. 11.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75


7. Lanier Meaders (1917-1998) Drop Nose Face Jug. c. 1988. Signed. Mint condition. 9.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

8. Lanier Meaders Face Jug. c. 1980’s. Signed. Mint condition. 9.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

9. Lanier Meaders

10. Edwin Meaders

Mossy Green Glaze Face Jug.

(1921-2015) Large Alien Blue Face Jug.

c. 1980. Signed. Mint condition. 9.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

11. Edwin Meaders Green Spotted Glaze Over Cobalt Blue Rooster 1994. Signed and dated. Deep rich colors. Mint condition. 15.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

1993. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 11” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship $55

12. Reggie Meaders (1916-2009) Face Jug with Small Features. Signed. Minor kiln shrinkage on base, otherwise excellent condition. 8” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

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13. B.B. Craig (1914-2002) Five Gallon Face Jug. Signed in script at top. Ash glaze with routille. Minor firing shrinkage on handle, otherwise excellent condition. 18” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

15. B.B. Craig Mini Black Devil Face Jug. Stamped. Rare black glaze with glass drips. Early example. Minor shrinkage around horns, otherwise great condition. 6” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

17. Charles Lisk Medium Size Wig Stand. Stamped. Mint condition. 9” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

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14. B.B. Craig Two-Tone Green Over Bristol Glaze Vase. Stamped. Some bubbling on bristol glaze, otherwise excellent condition. 8” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

16. Billy Ray Hussey (b. 1955) Devil Jug With Four Mini Devil Jugs. Initialed and numbered, #18. Multi-drip glaze. Mint condition. 8.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

18. Peter Lenzo (b. 1955) Two Headed Clown Figural Jug. 2003. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 10.5” h x 8” d. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55


19. Sioux Ledger Drawings Attack On Horseback & Gifting A Horse. c. 1890. Double-sided work. Plate 112. Colored pencil and graphite on ledger paper. Excellent condition with expected aging to paper. Image is 14.75” w x 6” h. Framed to display either side, 22” w x 14” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $55 Lot 19. Side A

Lot 19. View with frame (Side A)

Lot 19. View with frame (Side B)

Lot 19. Side B

20. Willis L. Charging Bear Deadly Bison Hunt Ledger Drawing. 1912. Signed and dated. Colored pencil on double page ledger paper. Excellent condition. 16.5” w x 13” h. Provenance: The Carlisle Indian School, from the collection of Kenneth Webbster who died in 1967, passed down through his family. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $55

Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, opened in 1879 and operated for about 30 years as the first government-run boarding school for Native American children. Children were taken from their parents and sent to the school for forced assimilation and ‘reeducation.’ The stated mission was to “kill the indian to save the man.”

21. Native American Calvary and Indian War Ledger Drawing. c. 1900-20’s. Assesion tag #013499, probably from a library collection, with a date of 1923. Images outlined in pencil with watercolor and colored pencil on ledger paper. Very slight fading due to age, otherwise excellent condition. 15.5” w x 10” h. Possibly from the Carlisle Indian School or the St. Mary’s Indian Boarding School. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $55

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22. Mabel Weaver Early Pueblo Scene. 1930. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 25” w x 17” h with frame. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

23. Lydia Dunham Fabian (1857-1947) Hopi Girl With Winnowing Basket Near Adobe. Signed. Not dated. Oil on upsom board, varnish. A few stray scratches otherwise great condition. Image is 20” w x 14” h. Frame is 24” w x 18” h. Fabian’s work was exhibited at Newcomb, Macklin & Company, Chicago, in August of 1923. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

24. Anonymous Indian on Horseback With Headdress. c. 1900-1920’s. Not signed. Oil on canvas. Minor tears and crazing throughout, some loss, otherwise good condition. 33” w x 41” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $150

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Lot 25. View of back

Apache Sunrise Ceremony Re-enacts the legend of White Painted Woman and is a rite of passage for a girl transitioning into to womanhood. The ceremony last for several days and is a true test of the girls’ physical and mental endurance.

25. Apache Puberty / Sunrise Two-Part Ceremony Dress. c. 1935-45 Very rare. Natural pigment on tanned hide with metal bells, 700 + handmade tin cones, glass trade beads. This dress shows actual use from the grueling 4-day ceremony, this is the hardest thing a girl will endure in her life, they start months in advance preparing, and still, some succumb to the ritual. Shows great patina around the neck area, inside and out, has areas of cornmeal and pigment still showing on the dress, cones turned native tanned elk hide grey, from the four days of brushing against the hide. Beautiful long fringe still showing much yellow ochre, cross design prevalent over the dress, Apache had two meanings for the cross, one religious and other the morning star. One of the best traditional examples of a puberty dress we have seen. Stunning when displayed properly. Excellent ceremonial condition. Top and skirt together are 27” w x 54” h. Est. $6,000-12,000. Ship: $85 Page 11


26. Cheyenne Gorgeous Full-Size Cheyenne Dress. c. 1910-30s. Natural tanned hide with beads & copper cones. Excellent condition. 42” w x 54” h. One piece dress. Collected at an early Wild West Show. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $85

28. Sioux Pair of Beaded Dance Leggings.

27. Cheyenne Teepee Bag. Natural hide with trade beads and tin cones with horse hair. Excellent condition. 22” w x 15” x 5”. Early and rare example. This bag has limited decor and was more likely made for use. Bags that were made for the tourist trade were fully beaded Est. $1,00-1,500. Ship: $55 Page 12

1910-20s. Beads and natural hide. Excellent condition. 12” x 14” each. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35


30. Anonymous Finely Carved Wooden Deer Head with Antlers. c. 19th century. Not signed or dated. Carved and polished wood with real antlers. Excellent condition. 14” h x 14” x 15”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $75

29. Anonymous Early Buffalo & Antelope Horn Hanging Rack. c. 1890-1900. Horns and original felt and velvet cloth. Excellent condition. 23” long x 14” x 11”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

31. Unknown Cherokee Maker Early Cherokee Highly Decorated Oak Ribbon Oval Basket. c. 1950. Not signed. Carved wood handle with oak rings, stained split oak with intricate oak curled ribbon. Excellent condition. 9.5” x 9.5”. Provenance: Museum of The American Indian, Cherokee, N.C. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

32. Edmond Youngblood Double Handle Tri-Colored Rivercane Purse. 1963. Signed and dated with original Tomahawk Gift Shop tag. Stained rivercane and oak wood handles. Excellent condition. 14” x 12” x 6.5”. Provenance: Museum of The American Indian, Cherokee, N.C. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

33. Anonymous

34. Unknown Maker

Indian-Style Chief Bookends.

Parfleche Bag.

c. 1930’s. Not signed. Carved and varnished wood with feathers and fabric. Feathers worn, otherwise great condition. 12” x 4” x 6” each. Provenance: Harvey Pranian. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

c. possibly contemporary. Animal hide with paint and leather tassles. Great visual condition. Leather is stiff, not supple. 14” x 14”. Est. $300.500. Ship: $45

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Charlie Willeto (1897-1964)

Lot 35. View of back

35. Charlie Willeto Sun Dance Ceremonial Figure. Not signed or dated. Carved and painted cottonwood with sunburst on back. Natural wood splits and paint crazing, otherwise excellent condition. 20” h x 9” w x 1.5”. Provenance: ex. Warren Lowe Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $55

Lot 36. View of back

36. Charlie Willeto Bison Ceremonial Figure. Not signed or dated. Carved cottonwood and paint. Natural wood split, otherwise excellent condition. 11.5” h x 2.5” d. Provenance: ex. Warren Lowe Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $45 Page 14


37. Anonymous

38. Anonymous

Woman In Mourning Dress.

Finely Dressed Hunter And His Bird Dog.

c. late 1800s. Not signed. Pastel and paint on paper. Some minor loss to paper on edge and near neck, otherwise great condition. Size with original frame and rolled glass. 23” w x 27” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

c. late 1800’s. Not signed. Oil on canvas. Possibly early re-lining of canvas. Appears to be in excellent condition. Size is 25” w x 31” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

39. Anonymous Dekalb Alabama Sugar Chest. Not signed or dated. Southern pine wood with dove tail joints. All original except the drawer pull, otherwise great condition. 32” x 23” x 17”. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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40. R. Wood Co. Markers, Philadelphia W.W. Scott Graveyard Gate. Early wroght iron heavy fence gate. Depicts 2 sleeping lambs, weeping tree & birds. Two early make-do iron repairs, otherwise excellent condition. Expected weathering. 30” w x 43” h. Very heavy. Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

41. Anonymous Christmas To Jessie From Friend D.E.S. 1878 Carved Bible. 1878. Dated. Carved and polished marble with inscription on back and name on spine. Excellent condition. 7” h x 4.5” d x 4.5” w. Est. $800-1,200 Ship: $45

Lot 41. Alternate View

42. Anonymous Holy Bible Carving. 1885. Initialed on back and dated. Highly carved and polished marble with gold leaf edges and inscription. Minor chips and wear on edges, otherwise excellent condition. 6.75” h x 4.5” x 2.5”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

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43. Judaica Lion of Judah Torah Ark Top. c. 1900-30’s. Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Loss and repairs to lower left base and top of 10 commandments, otherwise good condition. 36.5” long x 14.5” h x 4” d. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

44. Sebastian C. Adams (1825-1928 - Salem, OR) A Chronological Chart of Ancient, Modern and Biblical History. Teaching Scroll Inside Original Frame & Glass. Rare 1800's Wall Chart. Time-Line Chart Of History. Synchronized by: Sebastian C. Adams, Salem, Oregon. The chart is rolled on it's original wooden roller frame with a metal crank. It is a wall mount, wooden side roller chart. The chart Measures: 8 feet 6 inches long x 27-3/4 inches tall. Total length of the wood roller: 33-1/4 inches. Excellent condition with bright graphics. Total frame size is 43” x 35” x 6.5” d. Est. $800-1,200. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Adams served both as County Clerk and as State Senator while living in Yamhill County, but by 1869 had settled in Salem with his family. While serving as a local preacher at First Christian Church Adams continued as an educator, particularly exploring new methods to improve the teaching of history.

45. Anonymous Jesus Is Lord Electrified Sign. Paint on heavy found board with Christmas lights coming through the board. Lots of environmental wear, needs some TLC. Overall great as-found condition. 37” w x 42” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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46. Anonymous Optician Trade Sign. c. late 1800’s. Hand-forged metal with blue and red hand rolled glass lens. Excellent condition. 22” x 17.5” h including base. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $100

47. Anonymous Cast Iron American Eagle Trade Sign Mount. c. 1880’s-1900. Solid cast iron with some original polychrome. Some expected paint wear, overall excellent condition. 17” h including base x 18” long x 5” w. Early Americana Masterpiece. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $100

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49. Anonymous The Doctor Fights Off Death.

48. Anonymous Blind Children of Chicago. Titled and dated, ‘8.11’. Carved and varnished wood. Very minor loss, otherwise excellent condition. 21” h x 15” x 3” with stand. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

c. 1940’s. Not signed. Carved wood. Excellent condition. Masterpiece carving. 12” h x 4.5” x 4”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

50. Anonymous

51. H.D. Bailey

King Kong & Fay Wray.

Pair of Nude Models.

c. 1930’s-40’s. Not signed. Carved and stained wood. Excellent condition. Masterpiece carving. 13” h x 12” w x 4” d. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

1949 and 1951. Signed and dated. Carved and stained wood. Both in excellent condition. Average size is 9” h x 5” x 5”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65 Page 19


53. Anonymous American Eagle With Old Wooden Display Stand. Carved and painted wood with gesso. Eagle has lots of loss and cracks due to age and weather. Great looking piece. Size of eagle is 36” h. Stand is 27” h. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $500-1,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

54. Anonymous Large White Tail Hawk.

52. Anonymous Giant Workman Advertising Sign.

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c. 1930’s. Not signed or dated. Paint on tin. Some wear and weathering, otherwise great condition. 40” w x 95” h (Very large). Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

c. 1960’s. Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 18” h x 20” x 6.5”. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65


55. Anonymous

56. Anonymous

Carnival Clown Face Shooting Target.

Indian With Bow and Arrow Weathervane.

1930-40’s. Not signed. 1/4 inch steel clown face with some paint remnants. Great environmental condition with expected wear and rust. Size with base is 21” h x 16” x 6”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

c. 1900. Hand cut metal with handmade roof mount. Expected rust and weathering. One early make-do repair at top of bow, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 18.5” h x 13” w. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

57. Anonymous Bakery Trade Sign. circa unknown. Carved wood with some gesso and polychrome remnants. Heavily carved wood. Slight wear and aging from outdoor exposure, especially on the knot, otherwise great condition. 19” w x 30” h x 4” d. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75

58. Anonymous Copper Octopus Made Into Lamp. Excellent condition. Needs to be re-wired in order to work. Found in a Florida bar. 19” h x 40” diameter. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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59. Anonymous Important African American Male Bust.

60. Anonymous

c. 1920-30’s. Not signed. Carved jointed wood, polychromed. Minor wear on paint, otherwise excellent condition. 12” h x 6” x 6”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

African American Male Bust In Gold Wash.

61. Henry B. Schailing Joe Lewis. Signed. Not dated. Carved and stained wood with painted glove. Excellent condition. 9.5” h x 7” x 5”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 22

c. 1900’s. Not signed. Carved wood with gold paint. Slight loss and wear on nose and lips, otherwise great condition. Head is 7.5” h x 4.5” d, with base the total height is 16” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

62. W.E. Wood Topless Woman Bust. c. 1920-30’s. Signed. Not dated. Carved and painted with unusual hole design in base. Overall excellent condition. 6” h x 6.5” long x 4.5”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45


63. C.S. Post War Meat Market. 1946. Initialed and dated. Paint and watercolor on artist paper. Excellent condition. Image is 29” w x 21” h. Frame is 37” w x 31” h. Est: $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

64. D.S.S. Little Girl From the 1950’s Heading To Church. 2005. Initialed and dated with the town of Mentone, AL written on bottom verso. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 51” w x 69” h with frame. Very large. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

66. Roman Gregory Chatov (1900-1987) 65. C. Palmer Colored Waiting Room. c. 1990. Oil and mixed media on canvas. Excellent condition. 24” w x 48” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

Young Female Nude. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Great condition. 28” w x 37” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $100

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67. Edward Laning (1906-1981)

68. Edward Laning

The Fire Next Time - Union Square.

The Fire Now - Union Square.

c. 1958. Signed and titled on lower right and verso. Oil on canvas. Size with frame is 49” w x 73” h. Provenance: Realism and Realities... Rutgers University Art Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ, January 17 - October 22, 1982. Excellent condition. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

c. 1958. Signed and titled on lower right and verso. Oil on canvas. Size with frame is 49” w x 73” h. Provenance: Realism and Realities... Rutgers University Art Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ, January 17 - October 22, 1982. Excellent condition. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

69. Edward Laning The Building. c. 1955. Initailed and titled on verso. Oil on canvas. Three horizontal tears upper left, canvas is loose on stretchers, isolated areas of paint loss. Overall good condition. 55” w x 41” h with frame. Exhibition: Paintings and Drawings: Edward Laning, Kennedy Galleries, Inc. New York, March 21-April 18, 1992. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Shelby Lee Adams (b. 1950, Kentucky) 70. Shelby Lee Adams The Home Funeral, Leatherwood, KY. 1990. Signed, titled, dated, and numbered #12/25 in pencil verso. Silver gelatin print is 16” h x 20” w: archival frame is 26” h x 29 ½” w. Excellent condition. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. Ship: $65

Lot 70. View with frame.

One of Adams’ best-known portraits of Appalachian life, The Home Funeral was described by the late photojournalist Mary Ellen Mark in 1993 as “one of the strongest documentary photographs of our time.” The photograph is divided into two sections by the partition in the middle. On the right, the deceased was laid out in her own home. Her granddaughter lovingly placed a rose in her coffin. On the left, guests for the “country wake,” who brought food and flowers, went into another room for refreshments and a long visit. Adams knew the deceased and spent more than seven hours with the family that day—paying his respects, photographing family members around the coffin as was the custom, participating in a prayer service—before finally taking this photograph, which he had envisioned earlier that afternoon, at around midnight. Most of the prints from this long sold-out edition of 25 are in museum collections, including the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA: International Center of Photography, New York: Art Institute of Chicago: Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH: Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago: and the Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum. Literature: Appalachian Portraits, photographs by Shelby Lee Adams, University Press of Mississippi, 1993. Illustrated on page 6 and on the verso of the book’s dust jacket. Smithsonian Magazine, March 2010. Capturing Appalachia’s Mountain People, by Abigail Tucker. A look back at The Home Funeral 20 years after Adams took the photograph. Provenance: Estate of Dr. Gay Culverhouse, former President of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and author: Private Southern Collection.

William S. Burroughs (1914-1997) American Writer and Visual Art Primary figure of The Beat Generation. Author of The Naked Lunch.

71. William S. Burroughs

72. William S. Burroughs

Electric Green Man.

Blue and Red Abstract.

Signed. Paint on paper file folder. Excellent condition. 18” x 11.5”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35

1988. Signed and dated. Paint on purple paper file folder. Excellent condition. 18” “ x 11.5”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35 Page 25


73. Howard Finster The Angel Of The Lord... 1989. #10,971. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. This piece is 1 of only three colorful large scale Angels created by Finster. Paint and marker on large sheet of plywood. Excellent condition. 86” w x 42” h. This is a Self-Taught Art Masterpiece of Epic proportions and importance. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $30,000-40,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Howard Finster (1916-2001)

LARRY AND JANE SCHLACHTER ON HOWARD FINSTER’S GIVING ANGEL When Larry Schlachter visited his friend Howard Finster one weekend in 1989 and laid eyes on an 8-foot-wide painted wooden cutout angel the artist had just completed, Larry knew he had to have it, even if he wasn’t quite sure how he’d afford it. Trying to keep up with unprecedented demand for his art, Howard had been moving into more of a production mode, and Larry sensed that a work of this beauty, size and detail would be hard to come by in the future. He was right.

Over the years, Larry and his wife Jane shared “Angel of the Lord” with many – from church and community members who attended 13 Easter sunrise services at their home on the Cloudland brow of Lookout Mountain, to exhibitions at Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum, Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and a Folk Art Society of America conference in Savannah. Now that they are little older and host guests less often, they decided that the angel deserves a new home. “Art needs to be seen and enjoyed,” Jane says. “Howard’s angel is too special a piece not to.” The co-owners of Summerville’s Trade Day flea market and Folk America art gallery will donate a portion of sale proceeds to help establish the Arts and Learning Center at Paradise Garden, Howard’s folk art environment maintained by the nonprofit Paradise Garden Foundation. “We are only too glad to do that to honor a dear friend who changed the direction of our lives and thousands of others as well,” Larry says. “I never in my wildest dreams could have imagined all the people who crossed our path -- artists, collectors and titans of industry – due to Howard. God bless his soul.” - Howard Pousner

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74. Howard Finster Angel With The Bible. 1985. #4,353. Signed, dated, numbered and titled. Paint on cut out board. Professional repair to bible and hand, otherwise excellent condition. 40” long x 21” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $100

75. Howard Finster Howard In A Revival 15 Young People Saved First Week. 1979. #1,336. Signed, dated, numbered and titled. Tractor enamel on found metal sign. Expected environmental weathering, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 18” w x 12” h. Frame is 19” w x 13” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $55

76. Howard Finster Mr. Coke. 1989. #12,374. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Excellent condition. 34” h x 10.5” w. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

77. Howard Finster Two Works Framed Together. I Have Walked and I Stand For You. 2 prints that have been hand colored by Howard and have original ink writing. Howard taped these together on verso. Both are black and white prints. 14” w x 15” including frame which is designed to show both sides. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

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78. Howard Finster Cheata. 1987. #7,032. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board attached to base. Excellent condition. 11.5” h x 27” long x 4” d. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $65

79. Howard Finster Howling Wolf. 1989. #12,241. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Excellent condition. 25” w x 22” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

80. Howard Finster Elvis At 3.

81. Howard Finster

1988. #8,198. All paint on cut out board. Excellent condition. 29” h x 9.5” w. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

The Hunter Dream. 1991. #18,290. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Excellent condition. 30” w x 14” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

83. Howard Finster Howard Finster at 3 Is An Angel.

82. Howard Finster Trumpeting Angel.

1989. #11,154. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Excellent condition. 15” w x 27” h including frame. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

1990. #15,669. Signed, dated and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Minor paint rub, otherwise good condition. 48” w x 9” h. Est. $1,000-1,500.. Ship: $75

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Martin Ramirez (1895-1963)

84. Martin Ramirez Caballero. c. 1930’s. Not signed. Graphite on paper. Image is 23.75” w x 25.5” h. Frame is 27” w x 29” h. Expected tears on edges, otherwise excellent condition. No tape marks or stains that are often noticeable on Ramirez’ work. A very strong Caballero example. A Slotin Auction Masterpiece. Est. $20,000-40,000. Ship: $85

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Clarence & Grace Woolsey (1929-1987 & 1921-1992)

85. Clarence & Grace Woolsey Mother, Father & Child. Not signed or dated. Rare grouping. Carved wooden bodies with early bottle cap covering. Some paint. Mom has repair to split in one foot and missing left arm end cap, otherwise she is in good condition. Dad and Child are in in excellent condition. Dad and Mom are 57” x 29” x 12”. Child is 40” h x 25” w x 12”. Est. $10,000-15,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Clementine Hunter (1886-1988)

86. View with frame.

86. Clementine Hunter Two Women After One Man. Initialed front lower left and titled on verso with Clemence Cane River Melrose-Louisiana on back. Paint and watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 10” h. Frame is 24” w x 21” h. Provenance: Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $5,000-8,000. Ship: $65

87. View with frame.

87. Clementine Hunter The Story of Jesus In Bethlehem.

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c. 1950’s. Initialed. Oil on canvas panel. Minor paint loss on left figure and duck and minor spots on upper right corner, otherwise great condition. Image is 20” w x 16” h. Frame is 29” w x 26” h. Provenance: Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $5,000-8,000. Ship: $75


88. Clementine Hunter Uncle In the Flower Garden. c. 1970’s. Initialed. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 23” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $65

90. Clementine Hunter 89. Clementine Hunter Female Portrait. c. 1960’s. Oil on found card stock. Slight discoloration and staining on top, otherwise good condition. Image is 16” w x 24” h. Frame is 19” w x 27” h. Provenance: Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $65

Good Angels & Bad Angels. c. 1960’s. Initialed. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Image is 20” w x 16” h. Frame is 25” w x 22” h. Provenance: Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $65 Page 33


Nellie Mae Rowe (1900-1982)

91. Nellie Mae Rowe Hickory Dickory Dock. 1981. Signed and dated. Ink, crayon and marker on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 23.5” w x 18” h. Frame is 30.5” w x 25” h. Provenance: Judith Alexander, The Dreyfus Foundation. Est. $10,000-15,000. Ship: $85

92. Nellie Mae Rowe Girl With Her Black Cat. 1979. Crayon and graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Note on back from Judith Alexander. Image is 10” w x 13.5” h. Hand-carved frame is 22” w x 25” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $55

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93. Nellie Mae Rowe Purple Partridge. Signed. Paint, crayon and graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 11” w x 14” h. Frame is 18” w x 21” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45

94. Nellie Mae Rowe Fish, Faces & Animals. 1978. Signed and dated. Crayon and marker on paper. Excellent condition. 24” w x 19” h. Provenance: The Ruth Braunstein Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $55

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Mattie Lou O’Kelley (1908-1997) 95. Mattie Lou O’Kelley Wake Up. 1984. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: Yolanda Saul Gallery, formerly in Chicago. Anonymous donor, proceeds to benefit Intuit: The Center for Intuitive & Outsider Art. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $65

96. Mattie Lou O’Kelley Hide & Seek In The Old School Yard. 1984. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: Yolanda Saul Gallery, formerly in Chicago. Anonymous donor, proceeds to benefit Intuit: The Center for Intuitive & Outsider Art. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $65

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97. Mattie Lou O’Kelley Early Morning Breakfast. 1984. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: Yolanda Saul Gallery, formerly in Chicago. Anonymous donor, proceeds to benefit Intuit: The Center for Intuitive & Outsider Art. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $65

98. Mattie Lou O’Kelley Family Wagon Packed & Ready to Leave. 1984. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: Yolanda Saul Gallery, formerly in Chicago. Anonymous donor, proceeds to benefit Intuit: The Center for Intuitive & Outsider Art. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $65

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Sister Gertrude Morgan (1900-1980)

99. Sister Gertrude Morgan

100. Sister Gertrude Morgan

Daniel Dreams.

Satan’s First Lie.

Signed and titled. Not dated. Paint and ink on found paper. Excellent condition. Image is 10.5” w x 7.5” h. Frame is 14” w x 11” h. Provenance: E.L.B. Gallery. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45

Signed and titled. Paint and graphite on found cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 9.25” w x 7.25” h. Frame is 14.5” w x 12.5” h. Provenance: E.L.B. Gallery. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45 100. View with frame.

99. View with frame.

102. Sister Gertrude Morgan 101. Sister Gertrude Morgan

In Prayer.

New Jerusalem.

Signed and titled. Not dated. Paint on found cardboard box top. Excellent condition. Image is 5.5” w x 3.5” h. Frame is 7.5” w x 6” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $35

Signed and titled. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 12” w x 8.5” h. Frame is 15” w x 11.5” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $35 101. View with frame. Page 38

102. View with frame.


William Hawkins (1895-1990)

103. William Hawkins Keep On Rockin’ Ohio State. c. 1982-83. Signed lower portion of painting. Mixed media assemblage and enamel paint on found section of a bar door, with attached Miller advertisement. Some loss on top of plastic “Miller” sign: slight paint and wood missing along bottom of edge of work. 32” w x 51” h. Provenance: The Artist: Restaurant owner and friend near east side. Est. $10,000-20,000. Ship: $250

104. William Hawkins Hurry Call. c. 1982-83. Signed lower porttion. Enamel with cornmeal on salvaged fiber ceiling tile panel. 47.5” w x 24” h. Very good original condition, some wear to both upper right and lower right corners. Provenance: The Owner of a restaurant Hawkins frequented. Est. $12,000-18,000. Ship: $150

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Myrtice West (1923-2010)

105. Myrtice West Who Is Worthy To Open The Book. Signed and titled on verso. Paint and glitter on recycled vinyl canvas. Excellent condition. 43” w x 35” h. Illustrated on front cover of Wonders To Behold: The Visionary Art of Myrtice West by Carol Crown. Copy of the book included with purchase. Est. $5,000-10,000. Ship: $300

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106. Myrtice West The Book Of Daniels, Ch. 6. Signed. Not dated. Paint on board with artist frame. Excellent condition. 49” w x 49” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

107. Myrtice West The Book of Daniel, Ch. 1. Signed. Not dated. Paint and glitter on canvas with artist painted and glittered frame. Excellent condition. 46” x 46”. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Marian Spore Bush (1878-1946)

108. Marian Spore Bush World Aflame. 1939. Signed. Oil on canvas. Illustrated in Exhibition Catalog of Memory and Prophecy - Paintings By Mrs. Irving T. Bush, May 20-June 2, 1943. Grand Central Fifth Avenue Galleries, NYC. Size with frame is 64” w x 46” h. Excellent condition. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

109. Marian Spore Bush Reflection. c. 1938. Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas. Some crazing in paint around hair, otherwise great condition. 46” w x 64” h with frame. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 42


110. Marian Spore Bush

111. Marian Spore Bush

Vultures.

Peace.

c. 1930’s. Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas. Minor paint crazing, otherwise excellent condition. 42" w x 60" h. Not framed. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

c. 1938. Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas. Minor rub under bird, otherwise excellent condition. Frame needs to be repaired. 46" w x 64" h. Illustrated in Loan Exhibition of Subconscious Pictures By Mrs. Irving T. Bush, Jan 10th-29th, 1938, The Fine Art Society, London and listed in Guest Exhibition of Paintings By Mrs. Irving T. Bush, March 28th-April 16th, 1938, Grand Central Fifth Avenue Galleries, NYC. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

113. Marian Spore Bush The Devil of War.

112. Marian Spore Bush Crucifixion Of The Jew. 1938. Signed. Heavy imposta oil on canvas. Minor crazing otherwise excellent condition. 42" w x 60" h. Not framed. Listed in Memory and Prophecy Paintings By Mrs. Irving T. Bush, May 20-June 2, 1943. Grand Central Fifth Avenue Galleries, NYC. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

c. 1930’s. Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas. Paint chip near devil head, otherwise good to great condition. No frame. 60" x 42". Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 43


Elijah Pierce (1892-1984)

114. Elijah Pierce Egyptian Princess. 1980. Signed and dated on verso. Deeply carved wooden plaque with paint and varnish. Excellent condition. 20.5” w x 16” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $55

115. Elijah Pierce Kissing Couple. Initialed on verso. Not dated. Carved and painted wood with glitter. Excellent condition. Address label on verso. Size is 6.5” h x 3.5” x .5”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $25

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Herbert Singleton (1945-2007)

116. Herbert Singleton Throw Me Something Mista. Not signed. Titled. Carved and painted wood-relief cedar board with lots of glitter. This is A Masterpiece Example which sparkles like a King Cake. 70” w x 22” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $4,000-7,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

117. Herbert Singleton Let The House Watch Them... Not signed or dated. Carved and painted wood relief on found board. Excellent condition. 56.5” w x 9” h x 1.5” d. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $85

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Thornton Dial (1928-2016)

118. Thornton Dial Woman With Adorable Animals. Initialed. Charcoal, watercolor and paint on artist paper. Excellent condition. Image is 29.5” w x 22” h. Frame is 38” w x 30” h. Est. $5,000-8,000. Ship: $100

118. View with frame.

119. Thornton Dial Women With Partridge. Initialed. Watercolor, charcoal and pencil on artist paper. Crease in paper, left side top to bottom, otherwise great condition. Image is 22” w x 28” h. Not framed. Provenance: Acquired from Bill Arnette. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $85

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120. Thornton Dial The Lady Will Stand By Her Tiger. 1990. Initialed, titled and dated on verso. Watercolor, graphite on artist paper. One corner slightly creased, otherwise excellent condition. Not framed 23” w x 30.5” h. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $65

121. Thornton Dial Cloth Makes People Happy All Over The World. 1990. Signed, dated and titled on verso. Initialed on front. Watercolor and charcoal on artist paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 24”. Provenance: Gift Bill Arnett to Robert Bishop, Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $75 Page 47


Gustav Klumpp (1902-1974)

122. Gustav Klumpp The Art Gallery Saluting The Nude. 1972. Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 28” w x 20” h. Frame is 33” w x 25” h. Featured on page 216 of Twentieth-Century American Folk Art & Artists by Herbert W. Hemphill & Julia Weissman. Provenance: ex. Collection of Michael Hall, ex. collection of Robert Bishop, Davenport / Kemp Collection. Masterpiece example. Slotin Folk Art Auction Favorite! Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $85

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123. Ralph Fasanella (1914-1997) Street Corner at Night. 1965. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated lower right “R. Fasanella 1965.” Excellent condition. Painting 17 ½” h x 27” w. Frame 18 ½” h x 28” w. Provenance: ex. Collection of Victor Niederhoffer. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. Ship: $45 Born to Italian immigrant parents, Fasanella spent his youth delivering ice with his father from a horse-driven wagon. His father Joseph Fasanella abandoned his family and returned to Italy in the 1920s, which led to young Ralph serving two brutal stints in reform schools run by the Catholic Church. (He later said he was sexually abused by the priests there.) His crimes: truancy and running away from home. During the Great Depression Fasanella worked in garment factories and as a truck driver. A self-taught artist who began to paint in 1945, he became consumed by art and left labor union organizing to paint full time. To pay the bills, he bought a service station and worked there. On October 30, 1972, Fasanella appeared on the cover of New York magazine. The cover depicted him wearing a work shirt and standing in his tiny studio. Accompanying the photo was the headline: “This man pumps gas in the Bronx for a living. He may also be the best primitive painter since Grandma Moses.” That magazine cover catapulted Fasanella to national fame. His canvases are bold, colorful, and loaded with detail. Themes included organized labor, the dignity of work, family, New York City, the Yankees, memories of his youth, and many others. Fasanella’s work was featured in a retrospective at the American Folk Art Museum, New York, in 2014.

124. Ellis Ruley (1882-1959) The Hold Up. Not signed. Oil paint on cardstock. Lots of loss and tears to edges, otherwise good to fair condition. Needs to be rebacked and protected from future loss. Also needs to be re-framed. Image is 26” w x 19” h. Frame is 33” w x 29” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $85

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125. Purvis Young White Horses Signed. Paint on found board. This piece can display horizontally or vertically. Natural split in the center left side and center right side they do not connect in the middle. Edges are a little worn and corners are dog-earred, otherwise very good to excellent condition. 96” x 48”. Nice Large example. Est. $5,000-8,000. Buyer is resonsible for shipping.

126. Purvis Young Horses and Figures. Signed. Paint on found board. Lots of wear and some loss on edges with small pieces missing on corners and in center top and bottom. Overall good environmental condition. 96” x 48”. Very large example. Est. $5,000-8,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 50


Purvis Young (1943-2010)

127. Purvis Young Crying Face Over The City. Signed. Not dated. Paint on found board. Rough top edge, otherwise great environmental condition. 24” w x 54” h. Provenance: Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $125

128. Purvis Young Saint Drinking Up The Siners. Not signed. Paint on found masonite with board frame. Crack in board before Purvis painted, otherwise great condition. 26” w x 41” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

129. Purvis Young Saint Breaking The Chains of One’s Soul. c. 1980-90’s. Signed. Paint on found formica counter top. Great condition. 36” w x 55” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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130. Purvis Young Tractor Trailer Loading. Not signed. Paint on found board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 50” w x 26” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $150

131. Purvis Young Solo Rider On Horse Surrounded By Herd. Signed. Not dated. Paint on artist board. Excellent condition. 38” x 38” with frame. Provenance: Barbara Gillman Gallery, Florida. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $150

132. Purvis Young Rectangle In the Middle. Signed. Painted wood. 19.5” w x 48” h. Excellent condition. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

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S.L. Jones (1901-1997)

133. S.L. Jones Female Bust. Signed. Not dated. Carved stained and painted wood. Excellent condition. 11.5” h x 6.5” d. Est. $5,000-8,000. Ship: $55

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James Castle (1899-1977)

Side B Side A

134. James Castle Double-Sided Work (A). Not signed. Figures In Front of Red House and Figure With Scottie Dog. Homemade Ink using soot and spit and colors derived from soaking colored crepe paper in water. Front has strong colors, verso more muted. Framed so both sides can be displayed. Excellent condition. Image is 5.25” w x 4.25”. Frame is 13” x 13”. Provenance: J. Crist Gallery, The Benson Collection. Est. $8,000-10,000. Ship: $55

134. View with frame Side A.

134. View with frame Side B.

Side B

Side A

135. James Castle Double-Sided Work (B)

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Not signed. Figure With Scottie In Front of Red House and Orange House In Grass Yard With Blue Sky. Homemade Ink using soot and spit and colors derived from soaking colored crepe paper in water. Colors on front with figure and dog are strong. Colors slightly muted on verso. Great condition. I mage is 5.25” w x 4.75” h. Framed so that both sides can be displayed, 13” x 13”. Provenance: J. Crist Gallery, The Benson Collection. Est. $8,000-10,000. Ship: $55

135. View with frame Side A.

135. View with frame Side B.


Felipe Archuleta (1910-1991)

136. Felipe Archuleta Howling Wolf. 1987. Initialed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Minor wood separation on head and tail, otherwise great condition. 44” h x 33” w. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

137. Felipe Archuleta Rooster. 1980. Initialed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Chip on tail feather and minor wood seperation on beak, otherwise excellent condition. 34” h x 34” long x 10” w. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Philo Levi Chief Wiley (1899-1977) Masterpiece Examples

138. Philo Levi Chief Wiley Three Day Wedding Trip Up the Mississippi (Warehouse District Section). c. 1976. Not signed. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. 42” w x 30” h. with frame. Exhibited at The Museum of American Folk Art, NYC, 1982. Illustrated on page 86, in Passionate Visions of The American South: Self-Taught Artists from 1940 to the Present by Alice Rae Yellen. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $150

139. Chief Wiley Three Day Wedding Trip Up the Mississippi (Rural Hill Country Section).

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1975. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. 42” w x 30” h with frame. Exhibited at The Museum of American Folk Art, NYC, 1982. Illustrated on page 87, in Passionate Visions of The American South: Self-Taught Artists from 1940 to the Present by Alice Rae Yellen. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Masterpiece example. A Slotin Folk Art Favorite. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $150


Malcah Zeldis (b. 1931)

140. Malcah Zeldis Burmese Days. 1976. Signed and dated. Oil on masonte. Excellent condition. Image is 31” x 24”. Frame is 37” wx 30”. A Malcah Zeldis Masterpiece. A Slotin Auction Favorite. Provenance: ex. Robert Bishop Collection, Davenport / Kemp Collection. Exhibited at Museum of American Folk Art - American Self -Taught Artists 1988. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $150

141. Malcah Zeldis Expulsion From The Garden. 1981. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Exhibited at Lo & Behold! Visionary Art of The Post Modern Era, 1988. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Image is 22.5” x 18.5”. Frame is 28” x 24”. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $75

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Scottie Wilson (1888-1972)

142. Scottie Wilson Eyes Of The World. 1994. Signed on front. Titled and dated on verso. Ink and paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 8” w x 13” h. Matted, not framed. Provenance: Henry Boxer Gallery, The Benson Collection. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $55

143. Scottie Wilson Flocks Of Birds In the Moonlight. c. 1954. Paint and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 18” x 19”. Frame is 25” w x 26” h. Provenance: Henry Boxer Gallery, The Benson Collection. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $75

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Daniel Pressley (1918-1971)

144. Daniel Pressley

145. Daniel Pressley

Old Time Good Night.

Wait At The Water.

Signed and titled. Carved and varnished wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 13” w x 28” h x 1” d. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $65

Signed and titled on front and verso. Carved and varnished wood relief plaque. 12.5” w x 36” h x 1” d. The title may be a folk spiritual song. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

146. Daniel Pressley Billy Joe’s Girl. Signed and titled. Not dated. Carved and varnished wood relief plaque. Slight varnish edge rub to top and bottom, otherwise great condition. 7.75” w x 36” h x 1” d. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75

147. Daniel Pressley From The Stooop Of The Old Brownstone. Signed and titled on front. Carved and varnished wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 18.25” w x 22” h x 1” d. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55 Page 59


Jon Serl (1894-1993)

148. Jon Serl Woman With Shopping Bag. Not signed. Oil and mixed media on board. Some crazing, otherwise good to great condition. 20” w x 28” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

149. Jon Serl Three Figures. Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas panel. Great condition. 19” w x 25” h with frame. Provenance: ex. Gitter/ Yellen Collection, Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $55

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Antonio Esteves (1910-1983)

150. Antonio Esteves Tiger In The Grass. 1974. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas panel. Hole in top center from original hanging, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 24” h. Provenance: Jay Johnson & Stephen Gemberling Gallery, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. An Esteves Masterpiece. A Slotin Folk Art Auction Favorite! Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

151. Antonio Esteves Ceremonial Figure With Man Carrying Coffin. 1974. Signed and dated. Oil on found masonite. Hole upper middle from original hanging, otherwise excellent condition. 35” w x 27” h with frame. Provenance: Jay Johnson Gallery, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

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Rev. Johnnie Swearingen (1908-1993)

152. Rev. Johnnie Swearingen Going To Church. Signed. Not dated. Heavy oil on canvas with varnish. Excellent condition. 33” x 33” with frame. Provenance: Stephanie Smithers Collection. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $85

153. Rev. Johnnie Swearingen Cotton Gin. 1978. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Minor paint crazing on gin building, otherwise excellent condition. Provenance: Webb Gallery. Image is 24” w x 20” h. Frame is 29” w x 25” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

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154. Rev. Johnnie Swearingen Cotton Harvest In Texas. 1977. Initialed on front and signed and titled on verso. Paint on masonite. Stray paint marks on upper left, otherwise excellent condition. Provenance: Essex Collection. Image is is 24” x 24”. Frame is 28” x 28”. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $75

155. Rev. Johnnie Swearingen Cattle Scene. Initialed. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 25” w x 17” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $55

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Rex Clawson (1929-2007)

156. Rex Clawson Family In The City With Doves. 1959. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” x 35”. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $85

Lot 156. View with frame

157. Rex Clawson India Of The Mind. 1970. Signed and dated. Oil and varnish on masonite. Excellent condition. Image is 14” x 10”. Frame is 21” x 17”. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $35

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158. Rex Clawson Male Nude With Hawk. 1959. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 24” x 21” with frame. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

Lot 158. View with frame

159. Rex Clawson Three Women. 1969. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite with varnish. Excellent condition. Image is 17” x 14”. Frame is 25” x 22”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

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Jack Savitsky (1910-1991)

160. Jack Savitsky The Crucifixion. Signed. Oil on board with varnish. Extra large example. Image is 23” w x 41” h. Frame is 30” w x 48” h. Slight crazing of paint on cross, otherwise excellent condition. A Masterpiece Example. A Slotin Auction Favorite! Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $4,000-6,000. Ship: $250 Page 66


162. Jack Savitsky Noah’s Ark. Signed. Not dated. Oil on board. Excellent condition. 25” w x 13” h with frame. Provenance: The Florida Folk Art Museum, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

161. Jack Savitsky Coal Miner Jack. 1975. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on board. Excellent condition. 13” w x 28” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

163. Jack Savitsky Outdoor Circus. Signed and titled. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 22” x 11.5”. Not framed. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

164. Jack Savitsky Roses. 1965. Signed, dated, titled on verso. Oil on board. Excellent condition. Size with original frame is 16” w x 19” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45 Page 67


Justin McCarthy (1891-1977)

165. Justin McCarthy Alpine Lake. 1962. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 31” x 28” with handmade frame. Provenance: Cavin Morris Gallery. Featured in Ute Stebich’s 1985 show and book entitled, Justin McCarthy. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

166. Justin McCarthy Rodeo Rider. Signed. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 25” x 25” with frame. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $55

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168. Justin McCarthy Doris Winter.

167. Justin McCarthy Nude Model. Signed. Oil on masonite. Very minor paint loss, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 24” x 34”. Provenance: ex. Chuck and Jan Rosenak Collection, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $75

1964. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 16” x 25” with frame. Featured in the Justin McCarthy retrospective at the GoogleWorks in Reading, PA and Illustrated in the accompanying catalog. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $55

170. Justin McCarthy 169. Justin McCarthy Impressionist View Of New York City. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas panel. Small wear on paint at center, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 34” x 28”. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $75

Nude In the Water. Signed. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 21” x 17” with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $55

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Lee Godie (1908-1994)

171. Lee Godie Two Women Facing Each Other. Signed. Not dated. Paint and ink on found window canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 31” x 22”. Frame is 36” x 27”. Provenance: ex. Marc Hauser Collection. The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

Lot 172. View with frame

172. Lee Godie Pretty Cardinal Girl. c. 1990. Signed. Paint and ink on found window canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 22” x 33”. Frame is 31” x 42”. Provenance: ex. Marc Hauser Collection, ex. Myron Shure Collection. Exhibited at Halle St. Pierre, 1999, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $150 Page 70


173. Lee Godie Staying Alive- Big Red Bird. Signed and titled. Paint and ink on found window canvas. Excellent condition. Provenance: ex. Chuck and Jan Rosenak Collection, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Image is 25” x 29”. Frame is 29” x 34”. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $125

174. Lee Godie Two Men and A Lady. Not signed. Watercolor, paint and ink on canvas window shade. Slight fading, otherwise good to fair condition. Image is 25” x 45”. Frame is 31” x 50”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $250

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Dwight Mackintosh (1906-1999)

175. Dwight Mackintosh Three Figures With Writing. 1980. Paint and marker on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 23” w x 17” h. Frame is 27” w x 21” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

176. Dwight Mackintosh Cars. Not signed or dated. Watercolor and marker on paper. Excellent condition. 29” w x 23” h with frame. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

177. Dwight Mackintosh Man In Model A Car. Not signed. Marker and ink on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 22” x 15”. Frame is 31” x 24”. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $75

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Eddie Arning (1898-1993)

178. Eddie Arning

179. Eddie Arning

Double Dating Dinner Party.

Walking The Dogs.

Not signed. Craypas on paper. Early example. Excellent condition. Image is 24” x 18”. Frame is 29” x 23”. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

Not signed. Craypas on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 29” w x 24” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

180. Eddie Arning Lumberjack. Craypas on paper. Excellent condition. Strong image. 26” x 20”. Frame is 30” x 24”. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $75

181. Eddie Arning Pink Flowers. Not signed. Craypas on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 24” x 19”. Frame is 33” x 27”. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $85

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Jimmy Lee Sudduth (1910-2007)

182. Side B

182. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Double Sided Painting of Houses. Signed. Not dated. 32” w x 33” h. Side A is the best detailed house we have ever seen. Side B is heavy thick mud. Excellent examples of both both techniques. A Masterpiece example. Minor mud loss on side B, otherwise excellent condition. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

183. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Spotted Gator In The Water.

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Signed. Not dated. Mud and paint on board. Excellent condition. 51” w x 27” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $250

182. Side A


184. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Milking The Cow. Signed. Paint and mud on large board. Minor scratch lower left, otherwise great condition. 53” x 42” with frame. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

185. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Bike Rider. Signed. Paint and mud on board. Minor rubs, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 54” w x 42” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

186. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Spotted Gator. Signed. Mud and paint on board. Minor rubs, otherwise great condition. 48” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

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187. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Untitled, Figures in Red Hats Outside Capital Building. Painted decades ago, but quite an eerie similarity to Jan 6th, 2021. Signed. Not dated. Paint, mud and glitter on board. Excellent condition. 48” w x 24” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $150

188. Jimmy Lee Sudduth NYC Skyscraper With Indian Weathervane. Signed. Paint and heavy mud on board. Excellent condition. Provenance: Blue Spiral Gallery. 17.5” w x 79” h x 1”. Very large. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $250

189. Jimmy Lee Sudduth NYC Highrise Apartments. Signed. Not dated. Paint and mud on board. Great condition. 24” x 41”. Est. $800-1200. Ship: $85

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David Butler (1898-1997)

190. David Butler Under The Seascape. Not dated. Very large example. Paint on cut out found tin roofing. Multiple figures including fisherman, sea creatures and erotic man. Front is in good to great environmental condition. Back is well-rusted. Size is 60” w x 27” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $250

Raymond Coins (1904-1998)

191. Raymond Coins Angel. Signed on verso. Carved large river stone. Excellent condition. 19” w x 28” h x 4” d. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Calvin & Ruby Black (1903-1972) & (1915-1980) 192. Calvin Black Small Possum Trot Doll. Signed. Carved and painted wood with vintage screws and bolts. There was most likely a dress that went with her at one point, but it has been lost over time. Excellent condition. 10.5” h x 2.5” x 1”. In Allie Light and Irving Saraf’s ground-breaking documentary, Possum Trot: The Life and Work of Calvin Black, these smaller dolls are referred to as ‘Midget Dolls’ and were part of the shows at the Bird Cage Theatre. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $35

193. Calvin Black Desert Scene. Initialed. Paint on found metal tray. Excellent condition. 17.5” w x 12.5” h. Provenance: The Private collection of Ruth Braunstein. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

Ulysses Davis (1913-1990)

194. Ulysses Davis Golden Pisces. Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Size with stand is 7.5” h x 5.5” long x 4” d. Provenance: Chuck Abney, Knoke Galleries. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $45

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James Son Ford Thomas (1926-1993)

195. James Son Ford Thomas

196. James Son Ford Thomas

Skull.

Woman With Wig Hair.

Signed. Gumbo clay with human teeth. Excellent example. Great condition. 8” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

197. James Son Ford Thomas Statue Of Liberty. Not signed. Gumbo clay, paint and aluminum foil. Loss to clay around arm, otherwise very good condition. Rare image. 8” h. Provenance: ex. Kurt Gitter Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Not signed. Gumbo clay with marble eyes, paint, wig hair, costume jewelry earrings. Great condition. 10” h. Provenance: ex. Kurt Gitter Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

198. James Son Ford Thomas Black Cat. Signed. Gumbo clay with paint , tin foil eyes, hair whiskers. Repair to left ear, otherwise great condition. 7” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65 Page 79


Rene LaTour (1906-1986)

Hawkins Bolden (1914-2005)

200. Hawkins Bolden Pan Totem. Not signed. Found metal pan attached to board and mixed media fabric. Great condition. 48” h x 24” diameter of pan x 14” including display stand. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

201. Hawkins Bolden Coffee Pot Head. Not signed. Found pot with mixed media fabric sculpture. Excellent condition. 19” h with stand. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

199. Rene LaTour Life Size Tin Man.

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c. 1990. Not signed. Fabricated tin with geodesic sphere head and mixed media with red reflective breasts. Artist discovered by Aarne Anton. Provenance: American Primitive Gallery, NYC. Myron Shure Collection, Chicago. Tina Cox Collection, Atlanta. This piece is illustrated in Tin Men by Archie Green. 74” h x 22” x 18”. Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


Rev. B.F. Perkins (1904-1993) 202. B.F. Perkins Four Churches - Whole World and He Is The Only Answer. Initialed and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 36” x 36”. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

203. B.F. Perkins Double Peacock. Initialed. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 53” w x 28” with frame. Est.$1,000-1,500. Ship: $200

204. B.F. Perkins

205. B.F. Perkins

BFP Homestead.

Cherokee Love Birds.

Initialed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 22” w x 32” h. Provenance: The Personal Collection of Robert Cargo. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

1989. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 22.5” x 23.5”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

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Mose Tolliver (1918-2006)

206. Mose Tolliver Large Bird Hunting Scene. Signed. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 49” w x 21” h. A Mose Tolliver Masterpiece. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $125

207. Mose Tolliver Gang Bang. Signed. Not dated. Paint on particle board. 26 x 24”. Excellent condition. Provenance: ex. Myron Shure Collection. The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

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209. Mose Tolliver Early Painting of Dogs and Birds.

208. Mose Tolliver Erotic Scooter Girl With Mose’s Real Hair. Signed and titled. Paint and hair on board. Excellent condition. 22” w x 31” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection, purchased in 1989 directly from Mose. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $65

Signed. Not dated. Paint on canvas panel. Excellent condition. 20” x 26” with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

210. Mose Tolliver

211. Mose Tolliver

Erotic Scene.

Nall Profile.

Signed. Not dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 15” w x 27” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

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Edgar Tolson (1904-1984)

212. Edgar and Donnie Tolson Adam & Eve With Serpent in Apple Tree Collaboration Piece. Not signed. It appears that Edgar carved the Adam and Eve figures and Donnie carved the apple tree. Excellent condition. 14.5” h x 14” x 10”. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

213. Edgar Tolson Blacksmith. 1967. Signed and dated. Carved natural wood. Excellent condition. 10.5” h x 5” x 4”. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $35

Carl McKenzie (1905-1998) 214. Carl McKenzie Adam & Eve. Not signed. Early example. Carved and painted wood. Great condition. 22” h x 12” x 6”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

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215. Earnest Patton Erotic Black Devil. 1989. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Loss to part of one tooth, pitch fork top has been re-attached, slight aging of paint, otherwise great condition. 18” h x 8” x 6”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Earnest Patton (b. 1935)

Lot 215. Side view

Linville Barker (1929-2004)

216. Linville Barker Medium Size Cat with Green Eyes. Carved natural wood, painted eyes. Signed on bottom. Excellent condition. 11’ h x 8” x 4”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

217. Linville Barker Cat With Raised Tail. 1990. Signed and dated. Carved natural wood. Chip on one front paw, otherwise good condition. 11.5” x 10” x 2”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100 Page 85


Earnest Archer ‘Frog’ Smith (1896-1993)

218. Frog Smith Florida Folk Festival. Signed and titled. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. 25” w x 24” h with frame. A Frog Smith Masterpiece! Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $55

219. Frog Smith Dowling Camp Mill At Slater, FL 1928-1944.

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Signed. Paint on found panel. Excellent condition. Size with artist made frame is 25” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45


Andrea Badami (1913-2002) 220. Andrea Badami Christmas Morning. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Great example. 35” w x 45” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $200

Pauline Simon (1898-1996)

221. Pauline Simon Jonah And The Whale. c. 1990’s. Signed and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Provenance: ex. Myron Shure Collection, ex. Gwen Besser Collection, The Davenport / Kemp Collection. 35” w x 26” h with frame. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75

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Milton Bond (1918-2010) 222. Milton Bond The Flag Factory, Winter of 1928. 1988. Signed, dated and titled on verso. Paint and tinsel on reverse glass. Excellent condition. Image is 23” w x 16.5” h. Frame is 30.5” w x 24.5” h. Large example. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $100

Marie Keegan (b. 1941) 223. Marie Keegan The Circus Unloading. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 36” x 30” with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

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Linda Mears (c. 1947) 224. Linda Mears The Circus Coming To Town. 1990. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 30” x 24”. Frame is 34” w x 28”, frame has some wear and chips. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

225. Linda Mears Carnival In July. 1990. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 40” w x 30” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

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Aaron Birnbaum (1885-1998) 226. Aaron Birnbaum New England Scene. Signed. Not dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 30” w x 24” h with frame. Provenance: K.S. Art. Est. $2,0003,000. Ship: $75

Jean Eve (1900-1968) 227. Jean Eve Tug Boats On The Seine. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Minor loss lower right, otherwise excellent condition. 29” w x 22” h with frame. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

Linda Anderson (b. 1941) 228. Linda Anderson Portrait Of Her Daughter. 1986. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 30” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

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Kathy Jakobsen (b. 1952) 229. Kathy Jakobsen Stone Street Pavers. 1978. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 32” w x 26” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

230. Kathy Jakobsen The New York Times Building. 1977. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 20” h. Frame is 33” w x 28” h. Provenance: Corporate Collection Curated by Phyllis Kind. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

Janice Price (b. 1933) 231. Janice Price Amish Horse Auction. 1981. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 34” x 26” with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75

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Forrest King Moses (1893-1974) 232. Forrest Moses Snow Scene. 1950. Signed, titled and dated on original tag on verso. Painting #116. Oil on found tin serving tray. Minor water spots on top, otherwise good to great condition. 26.5” w x 19” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

Zelig Tepper (1877-1973) 233. Zelig Tepper Market Day. 1951. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas panel. Wonderful shetel scene. Minor paint rub lower right, otherwise great condition for age. Provenance: Wellons Gallery, NY (label on verso). Image is 24” w x 20.5” h. Frame is 30” w x 27” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

234. J.L. Coastal New England Scene. 1959. Initialed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 47” w x 25” h with frame. Provenance: Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200 Ship: $200

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1. Uncle Joe (c. 1900-1943, born in Poland, worked in Chicago) Grace Glueck reviewed Uncle’s Joe’s work in the Jan 28, 2000 issue of The New York Times in an article entitled Visionaries Who Portray reality from the Outside In, describing his work as “weird, fierce wax masks, crowns and mysterious fetishes carved with arcane symbols and paved with junk jewelry stones and dolls’ eyes.” Uncle Joe worked at the Riverview Amusement Park (now closed). His work as Glueck pointed out “ echoes the carnival imagery that surrounded him.” These objects were found years ago in the closed off rooms that the artist had occupied in Chicago. They were debuted at the Outsider Art Fair in NYC in an exhibit entitled “ Estate of Secretive Sculpture’ curated by Chicago Galleriest, Aron Packer and the review in the Folk Art Messenger by David Levinson pronounced it, “This Year(’s) most exciting exhibit.”

235. Uncle Joe Grinning Devil Mask. c. 1930’s-40’s. Wax, paint, glass eyes, carved wooden teeth. Excellent condition. 13.5” h x 9” w x 6.5” d. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

236. Uncle Joe All Seeing Third Eye Mask. c. 1930-40’s. Wax mask with glass eyes, marbles and thorn teeth. Missing one ear, otherwise great condition. 15.5” h x 11.5” w x 3.5” d. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

238. Uncle Joe 237. Uncle Joe Jovial Face Mask. 1930’s-40’s. Wax mask with doll eyes and lashes. Possible loss of both ears, otherwise great condition. 14.5” h x 11” w x 5”. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

Royal Crown. 1930-40’s. Wax crown imbedded with marbles and costume jewelry. Possibly early loss to one side of crown, otherwise good condition. 10” d x 7.5” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

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239. Carl A. Loeffler Communism. 1952. Signed, dated and titled on verso with artist’s Washington, DC address. Hand-written note about the painting and creeping serpent on back. The piece features the Capital, White House and Church. The Snake wraps around all of it. Oil on canvas panel. 18” w x 22” h with original frame. This is a Slotin Folk Art Auction Favorite. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $55

240. Anonymous Eve In Garden With Serpent. c. 1950’s. Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas. Minor age staining of oil paint. Canvas is slightly wavy. Minor paint rub middle left. Overall great condition for age. A great folky piece. 20” w x 24” h with frame. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

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241. Anonymous Fear Not I am With Thee. c. early 1900’s. Not signed or dated. Oil on early canvas panel. 29” w x 23” h with frame. Some paint loss and damage throughout, but is a survivor example. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. This piece was found in Summerville, GA and it is believed that Howard Finster used this as an “inspiration” piece. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

Stephen JM Palmer (1882-1965) Palmer suffered a spinal injury in the 1920s that left him bedridden in later life. He painted prolifically during his last decades and forged a cult-like devotion with his fellow religious outsiders. The Cold War, the conversion of Russia, and his Sacrificial Love Society were important to him. His medium was pen, ink, and water color. His work... stylized, intense, obsessive, colorful, dynamic, naive.

242. Stephen J.M. Palmer

243. Stephen J.M. Palmer

Guardian Angel.

Jesus.

Signed and titled. Paint and marker on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 10” x 20.5”. Frame is 12.5” w x 23.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

Not signed. Paint and marker with cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 10” w x 20.5” h. Frame is 12.5” w x 23.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55 Page 95


Pierre Merlier (1931-2017) 244. Pierre Merlier Force de Frappe. Carved wood with layers of paint and mixed media. 33” x 17” x 14”. Provenance: Les Arts Plastiques Modernes Paris. Artist stressed wood with gesso and filler, otherwise great condition. Est. $800-1,200. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Clarence Schmidt (1897-1978)

245. Clarence Schmidt Untitled - Double Head On Tree Half. Not signed. Rare Find. Found rubber mask attached to tree with mixed media. Well-weathered in great environmental condition. Part of the original environment. Provenannce: Illustrated on page 88 in Clarence Schmidt. 60” h x 10” . Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100 Clarence Schmidt by William Lipke and Gregg Blasdel. The Robert Hull Fleming Museum University of Vermont. Photographed in Schmidt’s environment page 88.

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Felipe Jesus Consalvos (1891 - c. 1960) 246. Felipe Jesus Consalvos Began To Feel Their Oats. c. 1920-50’s. Not signed or dated. Mixed media collage on paper. Excellent condition. Provenance: Fleisher / Ollman Gallery. 14.5” x 18.5” with frame. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

Vojem Wilhelm Colini (1924-2010) 247. Vojem Wilhelm Colini Nr. 161. 1980. Signed, dated and titled on verso. Egg tempera on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 26” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

John Roeder (1877-1964) 248. John Roeder Landscape Fantasy On Fire Fighting. 1960. Signed and dated. Tempera on poster. Exhibited at Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA. Slightly dog-earred corners and original hanging hole in center top, otherwise excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

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Ted Gordon (b. 1924)

249. Ted Gordon The Computer Guided Explorer. 1984. Signed, dated and titled. Marker and ink on poster. Excellent condition. Very large and stunning example. 18” w x 24” h. Provenance: The Ruth Braunstein Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

250. Ted Gordon Midnight Flight. 1982 Signed dated and titled. Crayon, ink and marker on large orange poster. Great condition. 28” w x 22” h. Provenance: The Ruth Braunstein Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

252. Ted Gordon Why The Long Faces?

251. Ted Gordon Large Green Portrait. 1981. Signed and dated. Marker and ink on large green poster. Great condition. 22” w x 29” h. Provenance: The Ruth Braunstein Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55 Page 98

2004 and 2006. Signed and dated. Pair of works. Marker and ink on cardstock. Excellent condition. 9.5” w x 12” h each. Provenance: The Ames Gallery. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $35


J.B. Lemming (1920-1988)

Verso

253. J.B. Leming Double-Sided Bulls Eye. Not signed. Paint on board. 38” w x 24” h. Minor water stain on edges, otherwise great condition. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

Madge Gill (1882-1961)

254. Madge Gill Light. Not signed or dated. Ink on postcard. Excellent condition. Image is 5.5” w x 3.5” h. Frame is 12” w x 10” h. Framed to show both sides. Provenance: The Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

255. Madge Gill Two Postcard Drawings Framed Together. c. 1940’s. Not signed. Ink on postcard. Excellent condition. Each card is 5.5” w x 3.5” h. Frame is 10” w x 13” h. Provenance: England & Co. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45 Page 99


Bill Hemmerling (1943-2009) 256. Bill Hemmerling Mint Chocolate Chip. 2004. Signed, titled and dated. Paint on board with artist-made frame with cross. Minor rub on man’s cheek, otherwise great condition. 18.5” x 31” h x 1” d with frame. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $65

Roy Ferdinand (1959-2004) 257. Roy Ferdinand Zulu. 1993. Signed and dated. Paint, ink and glitter on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 22” w x 28” h. Matted, not framed. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $65

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Prophet Royal Robertson (1930-1997)

258. Prophet Royal Robertson Double-Sided Son Of Flesh & Calendar. 1992. Signed, dated and titled. Paint, marker and ink on poster. Original hanging holes and tears at bottom, otherwise good condition. 22” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

258. Verso

259. Prophet Royal Robertson Double-Sided The Time Runs Out and Calender. c. 1992. Signed, dated and titled. Paint, marker, glitter and ink on poster. Original hanging holes, otherwise excellent condition. 22” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

259. Verso

260. Prophet Royal Robertson Double-Sided End of Heaven and Calendar. c. 1994. Signed, dated and titled. Paint, ink and marker on poster. Original hanging holes, otherwise excellent condition. 22” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

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Jose Benito Sanchez (1938-2009)

261. Jose Benito Sanchez Monumental Huichol Dream Scene.

Page 102

Signed with info on verso. Not dated. Huichol Indian Art of Central America. Peyote vision inspired. Natural yarn attached with beeswax to board. Excellent condition. Very large Masterpiece Example. 52” x 52” with frame. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


Lorenzo Scott (b. 1934) 262. Lorenzo Scott Baptism Of Jesus. c. early 2000’s. Signed. Oil on canvas with artist found and decorated frame. Painting is 31” h x 36.5” w. Frame is 38” h x 44” w. Provenance: Purchase directly from the artist. The Ted Oliver Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $300 Works by Scott have been included in more than 50 museum exhibitions. Two other paintings of the Baptism of Jesus by Lorenzo Scott are part of permanent collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.

263. Lorenzo Scott Young Couple. Signed. Oil on canvas with artist-made gold bondo frame. Excellent condition. 31” x 45”. Provenance: Purchased from the Artist. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $150

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265. Mary T. Smith 264. Mary T. Smith (1905-1995) I H DARE. Signed and titled. Paint on board. Some warping of the board, otherwise great condition. 24” x 24”. Provenance: The Robert Cargo Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

Four Figures On Yellow. Signed on verso. Paint on board. 22” x 19”. Est. 1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

266. Wesley Willis (1963-2003) The Dan Ryan Expressway.

267. Joe Light (1934-2005)

1987. Signed, dated and titled. Ink on large poster. Some stray marks, otherwise good to great condition. 42” x 28”. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $75

Bird Man.

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1993. Signed and dated. Paint on foam board. Some foxing in white unpainted section, otherwise good condition. This can probably be touched up. 27” w x 39” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100


268. Anne Grgich (b. 1961) Large Book of 18 Works. 1997. Signed and dated. Mixed media on found book. Excellent condition. 12” x 14” when closed. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

268. Back Cover

268. Front Cover

268. View of inside pages

269. Front Cover

269. Anne Grgich Small Book of Nine Works. 2000. Signed and dated. Mixed media on found book. Excellent condition. 5.5” x 7.5”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $35

269. Back Cover 269. View of inside pages

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Richard Burnside (1944-2020)

270. Richard Burnside Giant King and Queens With Snakes & Bugs. Signed. Not dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 40” x 40”. A Burnside Masterpiece! Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

271. Richard Burnside African Kings. c. 1989. Not signed. Paint on board. Minor oil crazing, otherwise excellent condition. 48” w x 24” h. Provenace: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $125 Page 106


272. Leroy Almon, Sr. Leroy Almon, Sr.

(1938-1997)

273. Leroy Almon, Sr.

Centaur Battle Scene.

Devil and Angel Wrestling.

1987. Signed and dated. Paint on carved wood relief-plaque. Large example, 32” w x 24” h. Minor wear on corners, otherwise great condition. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

1993. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 11.5” w x 23” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

275. Ike Morgan 274. Ike Morgan, b. 1958

Man’s Portrait.

George Washington.

Not signed. Craypas and graphite on found paper. Great condition. 24” x 28” with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

Signed. Watercolor and paint on artist paper. Excellent condition. An Ike Morgan Masterpiece! Image is 18” w x 23” h. Frame is 25” w x 30” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

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Charlie Lucas (b. 1951)

277. Charlie Lucas Spirits Running Through It. Welded Metal Sculpture. Excellent condition. 39” w x 51” h x 15” d. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

278. Charlie Lucas The Ghost Rider.

276. Charlie Lucas They Go Together. Initialed. Titled. Paint on found large board with garden hose frame. Excellent condition. 19” w x 69” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $200

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Signed and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 19” w x 25” h with frame. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45


Lonnie Holley (b. 1950)

280. Lonnie Holley Controlled By The Moon. 1994. Signed, dated and titled on verso tag. Paint and glitter on paper. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 33” w x 26” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

281. Lonnie Holley Living Between Here And Eternity. c. 2002. Not signed. Metal wire and mixed media on wood block sculpture. Excellent condiiton. 18” h x 13” w. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

282. Lonnie Holley Portrait On Black.

279. Lonnie Holley Seated Woman. Not signed. Paint on board. 37” w x 84” h. Very large work. Minor rubs on edges. Needs to be re-framed, otherwise great condition. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Not signed. Paint on black paper. Excellent condition. 19” w x 22” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

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Sulton Rogers (1922-2003)

283. Sulton Rogers Three Figures. Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Tallest is 16.5” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

284. Sulton Rogers When The Top Comes Off The Eye Comes Out. Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Tallest is 12.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

Preston Geter (1932 - c. 2017)

285. Preston Geter Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses & David Totem. Signed and titled. Carved and painted 2 x 4 board. Excellent condition. 59” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65 Preston Geter Adam Noah David Butler 0847

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286. Preston Geter The Hand of God. Signed and titled. Carved and painted 2 x 4 board. Excellent condition. 44.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55 Preston Geter Hand God David Butler 0848

287. Preston Geter Three World Famous Icons. Signed and titled. Carved and painted 2 x 4 board. Excellent condition. 37” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55 Preston Geter Icons David Butler 0849


288. Inez Walker (1911-1990) The Witch Doctor. 1974. Signed and dated. Colored pencil and graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 12” x 18” h. Frame is 19” w x 25” h. An Inez Walker Masterpiece Example! Illustrated in Folk Painters of America by Robert Bishop, pg. 10. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

290. Inez Nathaniel Walker Portrait. Signed. Not dated. Colored pencil and graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 11” x 14”. Frame is 17” w x 21” (no glass). Provenance: ex. Michael Hall Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

289. Inez Nathaniel Walker Red Face Portrait. 1997. Signed and dated. Marker and colored pencil on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 12” w x 16” h. Frame is 20” w x 24” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

291. Inez Nathaniel Walker Couple. Signed. Not dated. Colored pencil and ink on paper. Minor paper stain and wrinkles, otherwise great condition. Image is 10” w x 14” h. Frame is 12” w x 16” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

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293. J.B. Murry 292. J.B. Murry (1908-1988) Spirits Among Colorful Background. Marker and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 11” w x 14” h. Frame is 16” w x 18” h. Provenance: ex. Chuck and Jan Rosenak. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

Writing Over Spirits. Signed on verso. Marker, watercolor on spiral notebook paper. Excellent condition. 11” w x 14” . Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

295. Shane Campbell (b. 1964) 294. Chris Clark (1958-2011)

Two Angels.

Noah’s Ark Quilt.

c. 1990’s. Signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media on stand. Excellent condition. Size with base is 21” h x 20” w x 9”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

1995. Signed and dated. Paint and glitter on hand-made quilted mixed media. Excellent condition. 50” x 69”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65 Page 112


Bernice Sims (1926-2014) 296. Bernice Sims Welcome To McKenzie, Alabama. Signed and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 30” w x 26” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

297. Bernice Sims Cattle Drive. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 40” w x 24” h with frame. Exhibited at “A Brush With The Past: 2008: 2008 The National Center For The Study of Civil Rights & African American Culture, Alabama State University. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

299. Bernice Sims 298. Bernice Sims

Feeding The Chickens.

The Ritz.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 21” w x 17” h with frame. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 25” w x 19” h with frame. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

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300. Henry Ray Clark (1936-2006) They Call Us... 1998. Signed, dated and titled. Ink on manilla envelope. Excellent condition. 23.5” w x 16.5” h with frame. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

301. Earnest Popeye Reed (1919-1985) Limestone Bust of An Indian Princess. Signed, ‘E.R.’ on side. Carved limestone. 10” h. Excellent condition. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

303. George Williams (1911-1997) 302. Bertha Halozan (1917-2004) We Love Statue of Liberty. 1991. Signed, dated and titled. Paint and glitter on canvas. Panel with ephemera on verso. Excellent condition. 17” w x 21” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45 Page 114

Man’s Bust. Signed. Not dated. Carved wood with some paint. Great condition. 7” h x 3” d. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35


William Dawson (1901-1990))

305. William Dawson Horse.

304. William Dawson

1984. Signed and dated. Oil on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 12” w x 8.5” h. Frame is 21” w x 17” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

Black Dog. 1988. Signed and dated. Paint and watercolor on artist paper. Excellent condition. Image is 17” w x 13” h. Frame is 25” w x 22” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

306. Verso

306. William Dawson Double-Sided Husband and Wife. 1989. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 25” h x 8” x 2”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

307. William Dawson Pitbull. Not signed. Paint and varnish on paper. Some loss throughout and rough edges, otherwise good condition. 16” x 12”. Not framed. Provenance: The Robert Cargo Collection. Est. $600-900. Ship: $35

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Henry Speller (1900-1997)

308. Henry Speller Big Nude Women On The Streets. Not signed. Paint, crayon and graphite on paper. Great condition. Provenance: ex. Herbert Hemphill Collection. 26” w x 20” h with frame. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

309. Henry Speller Well-Dressed Ladies. c. 1980. Not signed or dated. Pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 18” w x 24” h. Frame is 25” w x 32” h. Provenance: Dean Jenson Gallery, Larry and Jane Schlachter collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

311. Henry Speller Cowboy Couples.

310. Henry Speller Man With Two Erotic Nude Angels. Not signed. Pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. 32” w x 26” h with frame. Est. $800-1,200 Ship: $85

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Not signed. Crayon, marker and graphite on paper. Excellent condition. 20” w x 14” h with frame. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45


Charlie Kinney (1906-1991)

313. Charlie Kinney 312. Charlie Kinney

Woodpeckers.

Hanted House (sic).

Signed. Not dated. Paint and marker on poster. Original holes from hanging and water color drip, otherwise great condition. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Not framed. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

Signed and titled. Paint and pencil on poster. Excellent condition. 32” w x 26” h with frame. A Charlie Kinney Masterpiece! Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $75

314. Charlie Kinney

315. Charlie Kinney

Bar (sic).

Betting On A Chicken Fight.

Signed and titled. Paint on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Frame is 34” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

Signed. Paint and watercolor and pencil on paper. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Not framed. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

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317. Unknown Stone Carver 316. Tim Lewis (b. 1952) Adam & Eve In The Hands of God Holding Up The Apple Tree. 1999. Signed and dated. Carved limestone. Excellent condition. 21” x 12” x 4”. Provenance: Georgine and Jack Clarke. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $200

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Carved Stone Horse Head. Not signed. Carved limestone. Excellent condition. 10” x 9” x 6.5”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

318. Homer Green (1910-2002)

319. Homer Greene

Flying Gator.

Spotted Owl.

1990’s. Initialed and dated. Paint on carved wood, plastic eyes. Excellent condition. 28” h x 34 long x 19” w. Est. $400-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

1993. Intialed and dated. Carved cedar wood and paint, plastic eyes. Excellent condition. 24” h x 34” w x 4”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85


Minnie Adkins (b. 1934)

320. Minnie & Garland Adkins Animal Quilt. 1991. Signed and dated. Hand-sewn cotton light weight fabric. Excellent condition. 94” x 71”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

321. Minnie & Garland Adkins Early Small Pole Cat. Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 6.5” h x 22” long x 2.5”. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

322. Minnie Adkins Small Bear. 2012. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 7” h x 15” long x 2”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

323. Minnie and Garland Adkins Pig Family. 1994. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 6” x 14” x 10.5”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 Page 119


324. Jay Schuette (b. 1964) The Visitor. Signed and titled on verso. Paint on found board. Excellent condition. 19” w x 50” h with frame. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

325. Eric Cunningham West Virginian Preacher John Punkin Brown Signed and titled. 3-D carved and painted wood backed to board. Excellent condition. 17” w x 30” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

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326. Frank Pickle

327. Frank Pickle

Hank Williams.

1st Marilyn Monroe.

1991. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on board with artist-made frame. Minor foxing, otherwise great condition. 30” w x 34” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

1993. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on masonite with artist-made frame. Some foxing throughout, otherwise good condition. 24” w x 28”. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65


328. William Hawkins (1895-1990)

329. William Hawkins

Building No 3 Roundhouse.

Meerkat.

1987. Signed and dated. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 11” h. Frame is 17” w x 14” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

330. William Hawkins Running Animal. Signed. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 17” w x 14”. Frame is 21” w x 18” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

c. 1970’s. Signed. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. 18” w x 15” h with frame. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

331. William Hawkins House. c. 1987. Signed. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 17” w x 14” h. Frame is 21” w x 18” h. Exhibited: Columbus Museum of Art, OH. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

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James Harold Jennings (1930-1999)

333. James Harold Jennings 332. James Harold Jennings Girls In Front of Ferris Wheel. Signed. Carved and painted wood with moving parts. Excellent condition. 31” h x 22” x 8”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

334. James Harold Jennings Tufgh Girl Beats Hell Out Of The Devil. Signed and titled. Carved and painted letters on painted board. Chip on letter, otherwise good condition. 17.5” x 14.5” x 1”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

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Elvis Says Hi Folks. Signed and titled. Carved and painted wood with moving parts. Excellent condition. 25” x 17” x 6”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

335. James Harold Jennings Self-Portrait With Bus. Signed. Paint on cut out wood construction. Excellent condition. 26” w x 16” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65


Ionel Talpazan (1955-2015)

336. Ionel Talpazan

337. Ionel Talpazan

Diagram and Theory.

Landed Space Ship.

1996. Signed, dated and titled. Marker on lined paper. Excellent condition. 17” w x 14” h with frame. Exhibited at Illinois State University, Arts and Science Center, SE Arkansas and University of Colorado. Est. $500-800. Ship $45

Signed. Paint and marker on poster. Great condition. 22” w x 28” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

339. Ionel Talpazan Red Hearts Across Yellow Planet.

338. Ionel Talpazan Spaceship In My Heart. Signed. Paint and marker on poster. Lots of crazing and some loss, overall fair condition. 25” w x 31” h with frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

1992. Signed and dated. Marker on paper. Excellent condition. 17.5” w x 13.5” h with frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

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341. Loy Bowlin - The Rhinestone Cowboy Untitled.

340. Loy Bowlin - The Rhinestone Cowboy (1905-1995) The Rhinestone Cowboy Abstract.

Cut out colored paper, tin foil, glitter, sequins on poster. Great condition. 14” w x 24” h with frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

Signed. Not dated. Colored paper construction, glitter and tin foil on poster. Excellent condition. A Loy Bowlin Masterpiece! Image is 21” w x 27” h. Frame is 33” w x 40” h. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $175

342. Burgess Dulaney (1914-2001)

343. Burgess Dulaney

Bust.

Devil Head.

Not signed. Gumbo clay with marble eyes and protective varnish. Excellent condition. 8” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 Page 124

Not signed. Gumbo clay with marble eyes and protective varnish. Excellent condition. 8” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55


Lawrence Lebduska (1894-1966)

344. Lawrence Lebduska Hummingbird and Yellow Roses. 1965. Signed and dated. Oil on cardstock. Excellent condition. Linen matt is aged. 12” w x 18” h with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

346. Lawrence Lebduska Four Galloping Horses. Signed. Not dated. Oil on masonite. Heavy crazing of oil, otherwise good to fair condition. 18” w x 17” h with frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

345. Lawrence Lebduska Bat and Butterfly. 1965. Signed and dated. Oil on cardstock. Stray spots and matt needs to be replaced, otherwise good condition. 14” w x 19” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

347. Lawrence Lebduska Unusual Triptic Featuring Pink Horses In Desert. Initialed. Not dated. Oil on cardstock. Attached in lower right corner is a handwritten description of each scene. Excellent condition. 18” w x 24” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45 Page 125


Louis Monza (1897-1984)

348. Louis Monza The Savior.

349. Louis Monza

1950. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 21.5” w x 17.5” h. Provenance: Luise Ross Gallery. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

Untitled. 1952. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 16” w x 20” h with frame. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

351. Louis Monza 350. Louis Monza

Life In It’s Primitive.

Up Heaval.

1948. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. No frame. 14” w x 18” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

1957. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 31” w x 25” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75 Page 126


353. Vestie Davis (1903-1978) Coney Island.

352. Mary Shelley (b. 1950) Masonic Temple, Aurora, NY. 1980. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood relief plaque. Chip and crack at bottom right, otherwise good condition. 28” w x 26” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

1968. Signed, dated and titled. Paint wear and loss to middle right and top right. Overall fair condition. 24.5” w x 12.5” h with frame. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

355. Steven ‘Red Mud’ Chandler 354. Steven ‘Red Mud’ Chandler (b. 1968)

Blue Billy Goat.

Three Old Preachers / Prisoners On A Horse.

2007. Signed, dated and titled. Paint and mud on board. Excellent condition. 24” x 24”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

2007. Signed, dated and titled. Paint and mud on board. Excellent condition. 35” w x 27” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

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356. David George Marshall (b. 1936)

357. David George Marshall

358. Jesse Aaron (1887-1979)

Native American Chief Bust.

Large Brown Face.

Fox Head.

Not signed. Carved stone, polychromed with mixed media on metal display stand. Minor chip on top, otherwise great condition. 13” h x 5” w including stand. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Not signed. Carved and polychromed stone with mixed media. Some wear from stand, otherwise great condition. 14” h x 7” w including metal display stand. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Initialed on verso. Carved cypress knee. Excellent condition. 6” x 14” x 3”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

359. Willie Massey (1906-1990) Button-Eyed Pheasant. Signed. Paint and costume jewelry on found crate wood. Excellent condition. 8” h x 17” long x 5.5”. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship $45

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360. Willie Massey Two Bird Paintings Framed Together. Not signed. Spotted Rooster and Pearl-Eyed Pheasant. Paint and mixed media on found card stock. Great condition. 13” w x 21” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45


361. J.J. Cromer (b. 1967) Street Scene In Old World Setting. 2003. Signed and dated. Paint and ink on card stock. Excellent condition. 23” w x 17” h with frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

362. Terry Turrell (b. 1946) Crowd Pleaser. 2005. Signed and titled on verso. Oil, enamel, paper and tin on wood with tin frame. 11.5” x 10.75” x 1.75”. Provenance: Purchased in 2006 from American Primitive Gallery. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

363. Jake McCord (1948-2009) Collie. 1999. Signed and dated. Paint on found board. Minor wear, otherwise good condition. 41” x 40”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $300

364. Jake McCord Stevie Nicks. 2001. Signed and dated. Paint on board. The painting is in great shape. It needs a new frame. Size with frame is 34” w x 50” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $200 Page 129


365. Lewis Smith (1907-1998) H.E. Smith Trade Sign From Smith’s Environment. Not signed. Paint on board. Lewis had created a ‘Train Town’ on his family’s property in Ohio. This sign was up on one of Smith’s depot town buildings. Crazing and expected weathering. Good environmental condition. 68” w x 11” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $100

366. Lewis Smith

367. Lewis Smith

YWCA.

Physical.

Not signed or dated. Crayon and ink on found paper bag. Excellent condition. 24” w x 19” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

Not signed or dated. Crayon and ink on found paper bag. Excellent condition. 19” w x 24” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

369. Lewis Smith 368. Lewis Smith Side Show. Not signed or dated. Crayon and ink on found brown paper. Excellent condition. 19” w x 24” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 130

Curfew. 1981. Signed and dated. Crayon, marker and pencil on paper. Excellent condition. 23” w x 17” h with frame. Provenance: Larry and Jane Schlachter Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45


370. Woodie Long Long Row Of Red Tulips. Signed. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 44” w x 16” h. Frame is 51” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $150

Woodie Long

371. Woodie Long Going Shopping. Signed. Not dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 21” w x 27” h. Frame is 28” w x 35” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

(1942-2009)

372. Woodie Long Purple Angels. Signed. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 18” w x 24” h. Frame is 26” w x 33” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $75

373. Woodie Long Flowers In Bloom. 1992. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 18” w x 24” h. Frame is 27” w x 33” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $75

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374. Mark Francis (b. 1960)

375. Mark Francis

Parole Eligibility Days.

Sitting On Death Row On A Stack Of Law Books.

Signed. Paper mache, paint and mixed media. Excellent condition. 13” x 7” x 4.5”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

2004. Signed and dated. Paper mache, paint and mixed media. Excellent condition. 11” h x 9” x 6.5”. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $75

376. Denzil Goodpaster (1908-1995)

378. Denzil Goodpaster

Female Snake Cane Entwined with 8 Male Suitors.

Early Cane With 2 Snakes Eating Mouse.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with jeweled eyes and plastic teeth. Excellent condition. 33” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with jeweled eyes. Excellent condition. 38.5” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

377. Denzil Goodpaster

379. Denzil Goodpaster

Jungle Snakes Climbing Up to Catch Spotted Prey.

Pair of Snakes Climbing Cane.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with jeweled eyes. Excellent condition. 32” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

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Not signed. Carved and painted wood with jeweled eyes and plastic teeth. Excellent condition. 35” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55


381. Albert Louden 380. Albert Louden (b. 1943)

Mother and Child.

Untitled - Buildings In Background.

c 1984. Signed and dated. Watercolor and pastel on paper. Excellent condition. 21” w x 25” h with frame. Provenance: The Samuel Farber Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

1994. Signed and dated on verso. Pastel on brown paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 34” w x 29” h. Provenance: Dean Jensen Gallery. Est.: $800-1,200. Ship: $85

382. J. Theodore (Ted) Diamond (1938-1985)

383. J. Theodore (Ted) Diamond

Nudes Frolicking, Structures.

Nudes On The Psych Ward.

1982. Signed, dated and estate stamped: Inv #DFA5275. Gouache on paper. 24” w x 18” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

1984. Signed, dated and estate stamped, Inv #DFA5259. Excellent condition. 24” w x 18” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

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Sybil Gibson (1908-1995)

384. Sybil Gibson 8 Yellow-Belly Birds. 1993. Signed and dated. Watercolor on newspaper. Excellent condition. 29” w x 34” h with frame. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $85

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385. Sybil Gibson Releast At Last (sic). Signed and titled. Watercolor on found brown paper bag. Excellent condition. Image is 19” w x 38” h. Frame is 30” w x 49” h. Provenance: The Personal Collection of Robert Cargo. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $300

386. Sybil Gibson

387. Sybil Gibson

Flowers In A Vase.

Yellow Flowers In Blue Vase.

Signed. Not dated. Watercolor on brown paper bag. Excellent condition. Needs new frame. Image is 16” w x 20” h. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1971. Signed and dated. Watercolor on found advertising card. Excellent condition. Provenance: ex. Gitter/Yellen Collection, Davenport / Kemp Collection. 23” w x 27” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55


388. Joseph Hardin (1921-1989)

389. Joseph Hardin

Purple Nude Woman With Portrait.

Woman With Third Eye.

1989. Signed. Paint and crayon on found cardstock. Great condition. Image is 12” w x 20” h. Frame is 21” w x 30” h. Provenance: The Personal Collection of Robert Cargo. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

Signed. Paint and foil on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 8.5” w x 19.5” h. Frame is 18” w x 29” h. Provenance: The Personal Collection of Robert Cargo. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

390. Willie White (1908-2001) Flock Of Birds On Colorful Background. Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

391. Willie White Multi-Layered Birds. Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 27” w x 22” h. Frame is 32” w x 26” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $85 Page 135


392. Stephen Bird Adam & Eve. 1996. Signed and dated. Paint and pencil on card stock. Excellent condition. Image is 11” x 8.5”. Frame is 20” x 18”. Provenance: England & Co. Gallery. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

393. Domenico Zindato (b. 1966) Untitled. Not signed. Paint and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 6” x 8”. Frame is 12” x 15”. Est. $600-900. Ship: $35

394. Valerie Potter Untitled. 1987. Initialed and dated. Watercolor and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 11.25” w x 8” h. Frame is 15” w x 12” h. Provenance: England & Co. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35 Page 136

395. Damian Le Bas (1963-2017) Actually Looking At Myself... 1999. Signed, dated and titled. Ink and paint on paper. Excellent condition. 16” w x 20” h with frame. Provenance: England & Co. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45


New Discovery - Kahsay Tsadkan

396. Kahsay Tsadkan

397. Kahsay Tsadkan

The Welcome World.

Mother Earth Wants Peace.

New Discovery! Kahsay works under a general theme of peace, love, and unity. Signed. Oil on paper. Not stretched. Excellent condition. 34” w x 42.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

New Discovery! Kahsay works under a general theme of peace, love, and unity. Signed. Oil on paper. Not stretched. Excellent condition. 34” w x 42.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

398. Michael Banks (b. 1972)

399. Michael Banks

We Are Royals.

Odd Man Out.

Signed. Not dated. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 19” w x 23” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

Signed. Not dated. Paint, tar and mixed media on masonite. Great condition. 36” w x 25” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65 Page 137


400. Hipkiss Lucy & Force.

401. Eddy Mumma

2001. Signed and dated. Pencil and silver paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 8” x 6”. Frame is 13” w x 10” h. Provenance: England & Co. Gallery. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Double Sided Horse with Cart & River Scene.

Note: This is NOT self-taught art. The artists describe themselves as a “white, middle-class, university-educated couple from south-east England” ... “Never incarcerated, institutionalised, diagnosed with a mental problem or otherwise disadvantaged in life.”

Signed. Not dated. Paint on canvas panel. Great condition. 18” w x 14” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

403. Dale ‘Breezy’ Ellis Mark 16:17. 2019. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 25” w x 29” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

402. Dale ‘Breezy’ Ellis Saints and Serpents. 2019. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 26” w x 30” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

404. Tamara Blasena (b. 1962) Bubble Parade. 1991. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 42” x 32” with frame. Provenance: The Davenport / Kemp Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $175

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New Discovery

405. Paula RWL Towne (1948-2019) Five Dollar Bill. 2006. Signed, dated titled. Paint on canvas. Excellent condition. 46” w x 18” h. Note the details including the line, “This is not legal tender / it is a portrait of my Lincoln-look-Alike father” and it is signed by “Worthless Daughter.” Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

406. Paula Towne $5,000 Dollar Bill and $100 Dollar Bill.

Paula was born into a large family and often felt overlooked by her parents, leading her to look inwards to find her own voice within art. At the age of 6, Paula began developing her own drawing style while also teaching herself how to sew. She produced an large body of work, including illustrations for over 35 books,10 calendars, greeting card designs & portraits. One of Paula’s best-known collections from the 2000s was ‘Big Money’, an assortment of large format renderings of American currency done as woodburnings or watercolors. The initial piece from this collection was a $5 bill, which was largely inspired by her father, whom she believed looked remarkably like Abraham Lincoln.

New Discovery. 2007. Signed, dated and titled. Pryrography Art with varnished wood burn on board. Excellent condition. Each is 35” w x 14” h. Est .$300-500. Ship: $85

407. Louis Vuittonet Cityscape With Duck Head. 2018. Signed and dated. Oil and mixed media on canvas. Excellent condition. 18” w x 24” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

408. Louis Vuittonet 2 Know Him Is 2 Love Him. 2020. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 18” w x 24” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

409. W.C. Rice (1930- 2004) Three Environmental Crosses. Signed. Paint on found boards. Lots of wear and weathering, otherwise good condition. Average size is 26” w x 35” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100

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