Wall Hangings

Patriotis shield 20th cent.

Wooden patriotic shield found in Vermont. 17″ high by 16 1/2″ wide at top. Original paint with wear and minor losses, as  shown. It bears several screw holes from mounting and an outline of what we believe was probably  a medallion and label commemorating a battle or military regiment in the Spanish American War, WWI or WWII. Circa early to mid-20th century. It displays beautifully as is. Several board construction. One joint had become slightly separated at one point and was glued to secure it. (CC- 25)






Small primitive oil on board of a milk cow in its original frame. Circa 19th century. Sight size 8 1/2″ H x 10 1/2″ W. Frame size 11 1/2″ H x 13 1/2″ W. Signed “Felty”. All original without any in-painting. It is on a real board as opposed to artist board. Frame has some wear, but is quite attractive. (BY-21)



Small naive oil on board of ewe and lamb in winter. New England origin, ca late 19th-early 20th century. Signed “Morey” and entitled “February Lamb” on reverse side. All original, and in original hand made frame in original robin’s egg blue paint with slight wear. Sight size 5 1/2″ H x 7 1/2″ W. Frame measures 7″ x 9″. Nice American folk art.



antiques 10-9-14 027

Small naïve oil on board of fishing scene in period gilt frame. Signed T. McManus. In good original condition. Sight size 11″ wide by 8 1/2″ high; frame is 13 1/4″ wide by 11″ high. Circa late 19th – early 20th century. (Inv. BQ-12)


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Small oil on canvas of bird hunting scene in great period gilt frame. Sight size 9 1/2″ wide by 7 1/2″ high. Frame is 13 1/2″ wide by 11 1/2″ high. Professionally cleaned and varnished. Otherwise all original. Circa late 19th – early 20th century. (Inv. BP-20)


antiques 6-19-14 067 antiques 6-19-14 077 antiques 6-19-14 071 Very fine oil on canvas of waterfalls and a person who might be a fisherman by Ambrose Andrews, signed by him and dated 1851. Andrews was an itinerant artist who painted throughout many parts of the United States in the early to mid 1800s.  He was active in N.Y. State after 1844 and this painting was almost certainly done there although the specific location is unknown. His work is on display in the collection of the N.Y. Historical Society. Frame is of the period but probably not original. Outer dimensions are 20 1/2″ wide by 12 1/2″ high. Sight area 15 1/2″ wide by 7 3/4″ high. All original


antiques 6-11-14 001 Fine 19th century oil on artist board in original frame. Waterfall in the mountains, possibly Adirondacks where it was found. Unsigned. Frame dimensions 20 1/2″ high by 13 1/2″ wide. Sight 15 3/4″ by 8 3/4″. Some losses to gesso on frame.


Exceptional 19th Century American oil painting of Brook Trout on linen. Unsigned, in original frame, with old gold paint over gilt. Small no-harm early professional repair to painting. Frame dimensions 27 1/2″ wide x 20 1/2″ high. Sight 21″ x 14″.




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