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r DURING JANUARY, 1920 ?
THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION N Will Hold The Following Unrestricted Public Sale Of , " ess -; v ''.:- * ? - *? ART AND LITERARY PROPERTIES THE EXHIBITION AND SALES EXCEPT WHERE STATED TO THE CONTRARY BEING HELD AT ITS .-. ? ? ... American Art Galleries. Madison Square South? New York TOBE SOLD ON THE AFTERNOONS OF Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Satur? day of THIS WEEK, and Monday, Tues? day and Wednesday of Next Week, JANUARY 7ft, 8ft, 9ft, 10ft, 12ft, 13ft & 14ft, Beginning Each Afternoon at 2:30 o'Clock. . Sr _1_? Jtrertton at MRS. ____&____ __, H-TNTEB, Executrix, and MB. *WTT.TJAM R. POWEIX, Executor. ON FREE VIEW TO-MORROW (MONDAY) and Continuing Until the Day of Sale The Noteworthy, Collection of Beautiful Old Chinese Porcelains A Remarkable Gathering of Snuff Bottles Anglo-American Historical China American Glassware Fine Antique Chinese Rugs And Other Art Treasures Collected by the prominent amateur, the late Frederick William Hunter NEW YORK *?*A descriptif.? catalog.?**, profniwlr illustrated by halftone reproductivas, will be mailed applicants on rer-H?*- ?_A%?_. doU__r. ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, JAN 14TH, TO BE SOLD Evening of Wednesday, Jan'y 21st THE NOTABLE COLLECTION OF BOOKS AND BROCHURES By and relating to Jame? McNeill Whistler, Collected by the late FREDERICK WILLIAM HUNTER. ?ALSO? THE JOHN F. THOMPSON AND OTHER PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. Library Set? of English and American Au? thors; Angling Literature; First Edition? and Inscribed Books by Bliss Carman; Books on Painting and Etching; Works on Furniture, Tapestries and Objects of Art, Americana. TO BE SOLD Afternoon and Evening of January 19th ?AND? PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OF LIBRARY SETS AND ART BOOKS Including the Libraries of the late THATCHER M. ADAMS of New York City, and the late CYRUS OSBORN BAKER of East Orange, New Jersey. Standard and Limited Library Edition? of the Works of English, American and French Au? thors of the Nineteenth Century; Biographies and Monographs on the Masters of Painting, Engraving and Etching; Illustrated Catalogues of Notable Art Collections; Books on Archi? tecture, D?corative Art, Fumitui-e, Plate-Work, Pottery, Porcelain and Rugs; Colored Costume Plates; a few items of Americana; and an aL most complete series of the Bibliophile Society Publications. TO BE SOLD ON THE ^ Afternoons and Evening? of January 20th and 21ft ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING FRIDAY, JAN. 9TH' Continuing until the date of Sale ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS January 14th and 15th In the Grand Ballroom of The Hotel Plaza Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street, Several Highly Valuable Collections of Oil Paintings Of Sterling Artistic Distinction COMPRISING THE NOTABLE GATHERING OF THE WORKS OF CLAUDE MONET (20) AND PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR (4) ? Belonging to Mr. Arthur B. Emmons of Newport, Rhode Island. MASTER WORKS BY THE EARLY ENGLISH AND DUTCH MASTERS OF PORTRAITURE; GAINSBOROUGH, REYNOLDS, ROMNEY, LAWRENCE, RAEBURN, MAES, CUYP, and Van MIEREVELT Belonging to the Estate of the late Thatcher M. Adams of New York City, and To B? Sold By Direction of His Executor*, Julian Wainwriir'it Bobbins, _._.)., and Jamen II. Mutton. Esq. rMPLES OF THE BARBIZON PAINTERS THEIR CONTEMPORARIES, EARLY ENGLISH PORTRAITS, IMPORTANT PAINTINGS BY MONET, RENOIR AND AMERICAN MASTERS From the Collection of the late Mr. Henry Sayles Boston, Mass. A NUMBER OF IMPORTANT WORKS BY THE FRENCH IMPRESSIONISTS MANET, DEGAS, MONET, RENOIR, SISLEY AND PISSARRO. The Property of the Private Collector Mr. Joseph F. Flanagan of Boston REPRESENTATIVE PAINTINGS BY THE BARBIZON, MODERN FRENCH, ENGLISH and DUTCH MASTERS. From the Collection of the late Mr. Harris B. Dick New York City ?AND? A Number of Important Paintings From the ALBERT SPENCER, MARY J. MORGAN, GEORGE I. SENEY AND OTHER CELE BRATED COLLECTIONS BELONGING TO PRIVATE OWNERS AND ESTATES. ??*_. -SC-lptlvo Catalogue, Profnsely 1 Ilustra..?d by "Fina Halfton? Koproduc'ions, Will I?_ Mulled to Applicant* on receipt of One Bollar. ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 17TH and Contii ?ng until the date of Sale Afternoons of January 22nd, 23rd & 24th Beginning Each Afternoon, at 2:30 o'Clock The Very Important Collection of Early American and English Furniture RARE EARLY AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GLASS, LUSTRE AND OTHER FINE OLD CHINA, INCLUDING AN IMPOSING GATHERING OF LOWESTOFT, BRASSES AND OTHER ANTIQUES. Belonging to Mrs, Eben Sutton OF BALTIMORE Which Has Been Declared by Experts To Be "ONE OF THE MOST NOTEWORTHY COLLECTIONS IN THIS COUNTRY" V Descriptive Catalogue by Air. Horace Townsend. illustrated by Halftone Reproduction*, will he mulled to applicants on receipt of one dollar. ALSO ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 17th Continuing until date of sale ON FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23d In the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Plaza THE NOTABLE COLLECTION OF MODERN PICTURES By Celebrated Foreign and American Artists Formed by Mrs. Roland C. Lincoln Of Forest Hills, Jamaica Plain, Mass. WHICH INCLUDES IMPORTANT "EXAMPLES OF THE FRENCH. DUTCH AND AMERICAN SCHOOL, AMONG WHICH 18 A REMARKABLE GROUP OF WORKS MY THACl-OW. .MASTERPIECES HT WINSLOW HOMER, LAFAROE, CHILDE HAHSAM. VEDDER, BCNCE AND SERGEANT KENDALL. AND VERY FINE EX? AMPLES OF MILLET, CAZ1N, LEPINE, BOUDIN, JONGKIND, KEIM, CLAYS. VOLLON. MALTE, NEC1ILYS, BpSBOOM. MESDAG, PIETERS AND MANY OF THEIR CONTEMPORARIES. ???Illustrated Catalogue mulled to applicant? on re? ceipt of one dollar. ' ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 26 And Continuing Until the Date of Sale On the. Afternoons of Thursday ?and Friday, January 29th? and 30th Beginning each afternoon at 2xS0 o'clock THE ARTISTIC PROPERTY OF TWO WELL-KNOWN AMATEURS of New York City Consisting of An Important Collection of ITALIAN RENAISSANCE Early French, and other Rare and Beautiful Household Furnish? ings and Embellishments To Be Sold by Direction of the Well-Known Amateurs Mrs. James Brown and Mrs. Stephen Brown of New York City *<*('atalo?roe written by Mr. Horace Tovrnseml and Illustrated by halftone reproductions, will be mailed on application on receipt of one dollar. ALSO ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 26 To Be Sold by Order of Julian Wainwright Robbins, Esq., and James B. Mabon, Esq., Executors of the Late THATCHER M. ADAMS SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 31 Beginning at 2:30 o'Clock. EXPENSIVE ANTIQUE AND MODERN Household Furniture A ?Set of Four FINE ANTIQUE FLEMISH TAPESTRIES Tall Clocks, Bronzes, Fine Old French M?antel Clock, Table China, Old English and Modern Silver, Chinese Porcelains, Cabinet Specimens of Rare Old China, Miniatures, Snuff Boxes, and Other Desirable Objects TO WHICH HAS BEEN ADDED A NUMBER OF FINE OLD FLEMISH TAPESTRIES An Important Louis XV. Tall Clock, and a Drawing Room Suit in Aubusson Tapestry. BELONGING TO AN ESTATE AND TO A PRIVATE OWNER. ??*IIJii?trAt?'?i catalogme mailed on .receipt of seventy flve cents. ON FREE VIEW - BEGINNING FRIDAY, JANUARY 23RD and Continuing Until the Date of Sale EVENING OF TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 The Celebrated S. S. ROSENSTAMM Collection of Masterpieces of Etchings Consisting of a Remarkable Series of Etchings (76) and an Important Example in Oil by Anders Zorn; together with Notable Etchings (25) by Rembrandt and Engravings (18) by Durer, in "Collector's" state, many being from notable European Collections. ALSO ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING FRIDAY, JANUARY 23RD TO BE SOLD AFTERNOONS OF TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27TH AND 28TH at 2:30 o'Clock By Direction of the Executors of the late S. S. ROSENSTAMM ANTIQUE CHINESE PORCELAINS Large Collection of Snuff Bottles in Jades and other hard stones and por? celain. Specimens of Carved Jade and Rock Crystal? Brasses, Pewter, Silver, Table China and Glassware, Cabinets, Steinway Grand Piano, and other ob? jects. *_ IllUNlntt.W < ?talo*-, mailed1 on receipt of *..._.. tlve rent-. ON FREE VIEW BEGINNING MONDAY. JANUARY 26TH Continuing Until the Date of Sale THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29 Beginning at 8:15 o'clock In the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza TO BE SOLD BY DIRECTION OF WILLIAM NELSON CROMWELL, ESQ. ALFRED JARETZKI, ESQ. AND THE UNITED STATES TRUST COM? PANY OF NEW YORK, EXECUTORS The Important Private Collection OF Valuable Paintings FORMED BY THE LATE Captain J. R. De L?mar WHICH INCLUDES MANY EXAMPLES BY CELEBRATED MASTERS OF THE FOREIGN AND AMERICAN SCHOOLS ???Illastnuted cataIora+ mailed on re_eipt of on? dollar. Many Other Public Sales of Extraordinary Importance, booked for February, March and April, 1920, will be announced in future advertisements l THE SALES CONDUCTED BY MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY AND HIS ASSISTANTS MR. OTTO BERNET AND MR. HIRAM H. PARKE Applications.for Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogues will receive the personal attention of The American Art Association, Managers . t 6 East Twenty-Third Street, Madison Square South, New# York ^