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The American Art Fair 2020

A Virtual Booth of 19th and 20th-century American Art

October 9 – 31, 2020

WILL BARNET (1911–2012), "Kite Boy," 1986. Oil on canvas, 65 1/2 x 60 in.

WILL BARNET (1911–2012)
Kite Boy, 1986
Oil on canvas, 65 1/2 x 60 in.
Signed, dated, and inscribed (at lower right): © Will Barnet 1986; (on the back): © Will Barnet / 1986

OSCAR FLORIANUS BLUEMNER (1867–1938), "New Hampshire Town," 1931. Watercolor and gouache on paperboard, 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 in.

OSCAR FLORIANUS BLUEMNER (1867–1938)
New Hampshire Town, 1931
Watercolor and gouache on paperboard, 11 1/2 x 8 3/4 in.
Signed (at lower left): OFBluemner [initials in conjoined monogram]

"Banana Tree" by Ross Braught, painted in 1937. A colorful close-up of the fruits of the banana tree from the artist's time on the island of Tortola.

ROSS EUGENE BRAUGHT (1898–1983)
Banana Tree, 1937
Oil on canvas, 43 x 43 in.
Signed and dated (at lower right): Ross Braught 37

CARROLL CLOAR (1913–1993), "Blood of the Maguey," 1952. Casein tempera on board, 20 1/4 x 26 in.

CARROLL CLOAR (1913–1993)
Blood of the Maguey, 1952
Casein tempera on board, 20 1/4 x 26 in.
Signed (at lower left): Carroll Cloar

RALSTON CRAWFORD (1906–1978), "Fishing Boats #3, 1955. Oil on canvas, 18 x 15 in.

RALSTON CRAWFORD (1906–1978)
Fishing Boats #3, 1955
Oil on canvas, 18 x 15 in.
Signed (at lower left): RALSTON CRAWFORD

THOMAS DOUGHTY (1791–1856), "Hudson River Landscape," 1852. Oil on canvas, 38 x 48 in.

THOMAS DOUGHTY (1791–1856)
Hudson River Landscape, 1852
Oil on canvas, 38 x 48 in.
Signed and dated (at lower right): T. Doughty / 1852

MARGARET FOLEY (1827–1877), "Trasteverina," 1872. Marble, oval bas relief, 24 x 18 in.

MARGARET FOLEY (1827–1877)
Trasteverina, 1872
Marble, oval bas relief, 24 x 18 in.
Signed, dated, and inscribed (along figural truncation, at lower right): MARGARET. FOLEY. SC. ROMA 1872

WILLIAM GLACKENS (1870–1938), "I Went Down to Coney for a Swim," about 1907. Ink, charcoal, and gouache on paper, 13 1/2 x 17 in.

WILLIAM GLACKENS (1870–1938)
I Went Down to Coney for a Swim, about 1907
Ink, charcoal, and gouache on paper, 13 1/2 x 17 in.
Signed and inscribed (at lower left): W. Glackens; (on the back): I Went Down to Coney for a Swim

JAMES GUY (1909–1983), "The Camouflage Man in a Landscape" (A Six-panel Mural), 1939. Oil on Masonite, 83 x 216 in.

JAMES GUY (1909–1983)
The Camouflage Man in a Landscape (A Six-panel Mural), 1939
Oil on Masonite, 83 x 216 in.
Signed and dated (on first panel, at lower left): Guy / ’39

CHILDE HASSAM (1859–1935), "A Wet Day on Broadway," 1891. Pastel on paper mounted to fine-weave linen, 18 x 21 7/8 in.

CHILDE HASSAM (1859–1935)
A Wet Day on Broadway, 1891
Pastel on paper mounted to fine-weave linen, 18 x 21 7/8 in.
Signed and dated (at lower left): Childe Hassam 1891

EVERETT GEE JACKSON (1900–1995), "The Jarabe Dance (The Mexican Hat Dance)," 1945. Oil on canvas, 66 x 44 1/2 in.

EVERETT GEE JACKSON (1900–1995)
The Jarabe Dance (The Mexican Hat Dance), 1945
Oil on canvas, 66 x 44 1/2 in.
Signed (at lower left): EVERETT GEE JACKSON

JULES KIRSCHENBAUM (1930–2000), "Without the Hope of Dreams," 1953. Oil on canvas, 84 1/8 x 36 1/8 in.

JULES KIRSCHENBAUM (1930–2000)
Without the Hope of Dreams, 1953
Oil on canvas, 84 1/8 x 36 1/8 in.
Signed and dated (on the skull in the lower right): Jules Kirschenbaum / 1953

JULES KIRSCHENBAUM (1930–2000), "Young Woman at a Window," about 1953. Oil on canvas, 30 1/8 x 40 1/4 in.

JULES KIRSCHENBAUM (1930–2000)
Young Woman at a Window, about 1953
Oil on canvas, 30 1/8 x 40 1/4 in.

GEORGE MARINKO (1908–1987), "Harlequin’s Holiday," about 1940–42. Oil on canvas board, 8 x 10 in.

GEORGE MARINKO (1908–1987)
Harlequin’s Holiday, about 1940–42
Oil on canvas board, 8 x 10 in.
Signed and inscribed (at lower right): MARINKO; (in pencil, on the back): HARLEQUIN’S HOLIDAY

"Cabaret" by Reginald Marsh, painted in 1938. A busy interior scene inside Billy Rose's Casa Mañana nightclub in New York City, with spectators enjoying a floor show of acrobatic dancers.

REGINALD MARSH (1898–1954)
Cabaret, 1938
Tempera and pencil on gessoed panel, 35 3/4 x 23 3/4 in.

LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (1831–1870), "View of the Fishkill Mountains from Highland Grove," about 1855. Oil on canvas, 25 x 49 in.

LOUIS REMY MIGNOT (1831–1870)
View of the Fishkill Mountains from Highland Grove, about 1855
Oil on canvas, 25 x 49 in.
Signed (at lower left): Mignot

ERASTUS DOW PALMER (1817–1904), "Sappho," after 1858. Plaster, 15 in. diameter

ERASTUS DOW PALMER (1817–1904)
Sappho, after 1858
Plaster, 15 in. diameter
Modeled circa 1858

FAIRFIELD PORTER (1907–1975), "Still Life of Flowers on a Mirror," 1966. Oil on canvas, 20 x 18 in.

FAIRFIELD PORTER (1907–1975)
Still Life of Flowers on a Mirror, 1966
Oil on canvas, 20 x 18 in.
Signed and dated (at upper right): Fairfield Porter 66

HIRAM POWERS (1805–1873), "Bust of the “Greek Slave,” 1852. Marble, 15 in. high x 9 5/8 in. wide x 6 in. deep

HIRAM POWERS (1805–1873)
Bust of the “Greek Slave," 1852
Marble, 15 in. high x 9 5/8 in. wide x 6 in. deep
Signed dated, and inscribed (on the back of truncation): H. POWERS Sculp. 1852

HIRAM POWERS (1805–1873), "Proserpine," 1849. Marble, 15 in. high x 9 1/2 in. wide x 6 in. deep

HIRAM POWERS (1805–1873)
Proserpine, 1849
Marble, 15 in. high x 9 1/2 in. wide x 6 in. deep
Signed and dated (on the back): H. POWERS. / 1849

PRISCILLA WARREN ROBERTS (1916–2001), "Home of the Artist," late 1944–early 1945. Oil on wood panel, 35 3/8 x 29 1/4 in.

PRISCILLA WARREN ROBERTS (1916–2001)
Home of the Artist, late 1944–early 1945
Oil on wood panel, 35 3/8 x 29 1/4 in.
Signed (at lower left): Priscilla Roberts

PAUL SAMPLE (1896–1974), "San Pedro Harbor," 1937. Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in.

PAUL SAMPLE (1896–1974)
San Pedro Harbor, 1937
Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in.
Signed, dated, and inscribed (at lower right): Paul Sample 37; (on stretcher): Los Angeles / Paul Sample

NILES SPENCER (1893–1952), "In Fairmont," 1951. Oil on canvas, 65 1/2 x 41 1/2 in.

NILES SPENCER (1893–1952)
In Fairmont, 1951
Oil on canvas, 65 1/2 x 41 1/2 in.
Signed, dated, and inscribed (at lower right): NILES SPENCER – ©; (on back edge): Niles Spencer ’51 In Fairmont

Press Release

Even in a crazy and unprecedented year like 2020, the (art) show must go on! And that is the case with The American Art Fair, which is celebrating its 13th anniversary with its first-ever online show. Just like the beloved live events at the Bohemian National Hall, The American Art Fair Online runs for a limited time, opening at 12:00 noon on Friday, October 9 and continuing for one week through Sunday, October 18, but we are keeping our virtual booth open here through the end of October. 

While we at Hirschl & Adler Galleries will miss seeing everyone in person this year, we invite you to spend some quality time with us by visiting our virtual booth of new acquisitions—and a few older but special favorites—in paintings, works on paper, and sculpture.

All works may be viewed “live” at any time at our gallery. Prior appointments are recommended and appreciated. You can also see all the offerings in our virtual booth by visiting this online viewing room.

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