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C. BERTRAM HARTMAN (AMERICAN, 1882–1960) WATERCOLOR, ON

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C. BERTRAM HARTMAN (AMERICAN, 1882–1960) WATERCOLOR, ON

Lot 121022 Details

Description
C. BERTRAM HARTMAN (AMERICAN, 1882–1960) WATERCOLOR, ON ILLUSTRATION BOARD 1944 H 30" W 21.5" NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE Signed in the lower left and dated, with Doyle New York and Christie's Auction House paper labels verso. Frame H 41.5" W 32" Provenance: Estate of Jack Faxon, Michigan Senator and creator of the Michigan Council for the Arts.
Condition
with no visible abrasions. The frame has visible signs of wear, with minor losses and nicks to the bottom edge, the liner is displaying some pale light staining. The paper was mounted on a sturdy board (likely many years ago). There are no rips, tears, repairs, or touch ups when viewed under natural or UV light. It may or may not have been trimmed when it was mounted as the edges are crisp and free of blemish.
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C. BERTRAM HARTMAN (AMERICAN, 1882–1960) WATERCOLOR, ON

Estimate
$1,000
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$1,500
Dec 18, 2020
Starting Price
$750
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121022: C. BERTRAM HARTMAN (AMERICAN, 1882–1960) WATERCOLOR, ON

Sold for
$1,300
3 Bids
Est.
$1,000
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$1,500
Starting Price
$750
DuMouchelles Friday, December 18th Auction
Fri, Dec 18, 2020 11:00 AM
Buyer's Premium 27%

Lot 121022 Details

Description
...
C. BERTRAM HARTMAN (AMERICAN, 1882–1960) WATERCOLOR, ON ILLUSTRATION BOARD 1944 H 30" W 21.5" NEW YORK CITY SKYLINE Signed in the lower left and dated, with Doyle New York and Christie's Auction House paper labels verso. Frame H 41.5" W 32" Provenance: Estate of Jack Faxon, Michigan Senator and creator of the Michigan Council for the Arts.
Condition
...
with no visible abrasions. The frame has visible signs of wear, with minor losses and nicks to the bottom edge, the liner is displaying some pale light staining. The paper was mounted on a sturdy board (likely many years ago). There are no rips, tears, repairs, or touch ups when viewed under natural or UV light. It may or may not have been trimmed when it was mounted as the edges are crisp and free of blemish.

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