Marro Collection Auction 3 - Art Work
Listing ID#: 69262

Sale Location

The Plains, VA 20198
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Saturday Apr 7
Bidding Ends: Wednesday Apr 25
Sale Type
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Company Information
Ashby Auction Company

Contact: Chris Bowles
Phone: 571-639-9785
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Website: ashbyauctions.com

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Note that all items are sold "AS IS", "WHERE IS,"in its condition at the time of sale without any warranties or guarantees, either expressed or implied INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF TITLE, POSSESSION, QUIET ENJOYMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.. The Auctioneer reserves the right to bid on items in our auctions. We DO NOT bid on items on behalf of the seller. If we are bidding we are a paying customer just like any other. The Bidder is responsible to inspect all items and age, condition, description and authenticity of all items prior to placing any bid. Ashby Auction Company seeks to disclose any condition issues material to a buying decision in our listings. Items with no declaration of condition must be previewed to determine condition. No item is guaranteed to be in perfect condition unless declared as such. Buyers should expect wear consistent with use and physically inspect items prior to bidding. Occasionally the full working condition of an item just simply isn't known or there are limits to our knowledge of the full functionality of an item. In these cases the buyer assumes the risk and should bid accordingly. By placing a bid, buyers acknowledge that they have either inspected the item or property in question, or obtained a satisfactory condition report. Ashby Auction Company, LLC. recommends each item be examined thoroughly, including inspection by an independent appraiser or third party consultant, to determine condition and whether or not items have been repaired, restored, or damaged. Photos are provided for internet auction items but are a poor substitute for a physical inspection. Your bid is contractually binding offer to purchase, and if your bid is the winning bid you are required to pay your full invoice. Buyer's Premium: A buyer's premium equal to 10% of the gross sales price on each lot will be applied to the successful sale price for all bidders. 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If for any reason, the Buyers fail to remove any item or lot within the specified time, the item or lot will be deemed abandoned and the Auctioneer shall have the right but not the obligation, at their sole discretion to resell, discard or remove and store the items or lots at the Buyers' sole risk and expense, without any notice to Buyer and without waiving any rights that Auction Company or Seller may have against Buyer. The Buyers understand that they will lose any right, title or interest the Buyers may have acquired and the item or lot shall revert and repossess to the Seller or Auctioneer without any further notice to the Buyers. In addition, Buyers will be liable for any rent incurred, labor, storage, hauling, dump fees, etc, and damage suffered by the Auctioneers because of the Buyers failure to remove any item or lot. 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Listing Information
About the Collection The Middleburg, Virginia, area is known for its rolling hills and beautiful estate homes. As you pass by these homes, you may wonder what secrets they keep, on their owners, their histories and especially their contents. But shortly, in November, one of these homes, on a stretch of road straight out of the 19th century, will relinquish its secrets. Here is a peek into the contents and the owners who gathered these contents worldwide over the last 30 plus years. Donald Marro has his roots in the New York metropolitan area and Lillian Diane Svec Clancy Marro was from Cicero, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago best known by some as the place where Al Capone lay low for a while in the '20’s. Don met Lillian when he moved to California; he courted her, and they were together from 1983, marrying in 1991. Both Don and Lillian had business interests which took them regularly to Europe. Art and furnishings purchasing began soon after Lillian and Don were together in San Francisco. By 2006, their collection numbered nearly 1,000 pieces, ranging from the whimsical to the breathtaking, including a great many artists with memorable style, talent for color and visual daring. Some are now deceased, John Ash and Aaron Birnbaum, for instance, but many more are still active, like Barbara Sparhawk, Valentin Popov and Dona Dalton. Great local artists are likewise represented, like Alan Rubin, Mark Miller and Elsa Rosenthal, Rosemary Gallick, Jennifer Duncan and Paul Zdepski. One of the artists whose work is well represented is Barbara Sparhawk. Barbara began painting at age 15 and she went on to portrait work, including that of William F. Buckley, worked in the Ashcan School style, and did bold and colorful pieces like the Carmel, California, scenes and the Pope of Greenwich Village homage in the collection. Valentin Popov is a Russian-born artist whose St. Batman series found particular favor in this collection. Popov’s work from this period blended iconography with a comic book panache. John Ash was also a favorite and quintessentially English, a roamer who painted snowy scenes in Brighton as well as he painted boules in Paris. Ash was commissioned by the owners to capture Edward Hopper-like scenes but in an English setting. The results are quite clever. Aaron Birnbaum was a Ukrainian-born artist whose art reflects Eastern European origins and harmonizes perfectly with Lillian’s forebears from Lithuania and Bohemia. The farm and early 20th century urban representations by Birnbaum will strike a responsive chord with anyone whose families came here around that time. Alan Rubin is a magnificent local artist whose imagination is equaled by his technical skill. Rubin’s works in the collection include commissioned portraits of the Marro/Clancy dogs and of Marro’s parents. His other works are pure Rubin and are unmistakable as a consequence. Rosemary Gallick is a Professor of Art and Art History at Northern Virginia Community College with a B.A. from the SUNY Stony Brook in Art, an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in New York, and a Master’s in Communication from Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and given various presentations on art and popular culture. Her art has been in numerous exhibitions in the United States and in this collection her pieces depict show business celebrities. Jennifer Duncan works primarily in acrylic on canvas, paper and board, mixing media to include collage, oil pastel and graphite. Using a bright color palette, her work is representational and whimsical, reflective of how she views the world around her. Paul Zdepski has nearly 30 years of corporate design, teaching and freelance experience, utilizing traditional and cutting edge creative tools. He is an award-winning Illustrator and sought after Designer and Instructor. Above all, his art is both creative and skillful. Several “in the manner of” pieces from Caravaggio and Rembrandt will catch your fancy as will Toots Shor-style caricatures of Nixon, Sinatra, Hope and FDR by Howard Allen. As if this wasn’t enough, there are whirligigs, penguins, a Dona Dalton sphinx and other sculptures to satisfy the appetite for things Americana and things whimsical. Altogether a museum. Altogether a feast for the eyes. The art is displayed throughout the house. The art covers the walls in every available space, even on cabinets, doors and greeting visitors on the drive leading to the house itself. The effect is visual exuberance with an eclectic blend of artistic expression that deftly balances the fine art, local and hunt country art, outsider and primitive art and the unique furnishings.The lower level features floral and barnyard art, some whimsical works and handcrafted furniture and spirits racks. The fireplace on this level looks much like you find in northern Europe with tiled surrounds and fire pit. A long bench with pillars punctuates the hallway which is itself a shrine to the European roots of both families, with late 19th and early 20th century memorabilia. The kitchen area on this level contains more handcrafted furniture and primitive art with a Polynesian flair. Other handcrafted furniture is in the dining area and features a table and canopy set where two dimensional pig sculptures are set underneath a glass table surface. On the main level, the kitchen has both a clock collection and food preparation themes. The commercial grade kitchen equipment has its commercial grade hood handcrafted in copper and stainless steel and decorated with pieces showing food and food preparation. Moving down the hall takes you past handcrafted doors featuring whimsical doll and bird collections. A closet door is marked by a tiny shirt sculpture, and the main entrance doors are flanked by copper statues of a warrior and a maiden with decidedly Mayan countenances. The rooms on this level and on the upper level are themed. An Emerson Square Grand piano is in the “Big Room” with art featuring musicians and instruments completing the setting. Elsewhere is a profusion of arks, mostly English, some American, ceramic dogs, elephants, pigs, a watercolor done by the chimp named Washoe and a wire sculpture of Washoe, both English. The "Red Room” is hunt country. Horse art is everywhere from a tiny netsuke horse to a glass unicorn to Haitian and Russian representations of Czar Nicholas. Alan Rubin and Barbara Sparhawk have somehow snuck in as well. The staircase to the upper level tilts toward the grand but the eclectic artwork on the walls steals the show. At bottom is a ceramic showing presentation of “Lucille” by B.B. King to Pope John Paul. Other ceramics of medieval troubadours and maidens are nearby, as are whimsical pieces of birds and flowers. Climbing the stairs is a transition in styles from country scenes in the in-between space to cityscapes at the top.An upper level bedroom has nude studies by local artists, Valentin Popov and Barbara Sparhawk. Another bedroom features birds, cats and works by Elsa Rosenthal and Rosemary Gallick. A front bedroom has wall-sized pieces with nautical and tropical island themes, which carry over into a bath area which features a Titanic-styled chandelier. A significant number of pieces by Mark Miller are present, as is primitive art by Richmond-area outsider artists. Lillian was a founder of Virginians for Animal Welfare and Virginia Voters for Animal Welfare, organizations devoted to eliminating 19th century animal laws and practices from 21st century Virginia. So not surprisingly, Lillian collected a significant amount of animal art of all types: dogs, cats, pigs, chimps and barnyard animals of various shapes and sizes are all included. Lillian died December 9, 2014, and the time has come for Don to part with what made their life together. There will be a private sale by invitation and later to the public with some proceeds benefiting the Middleburg Humane Foundation and other charitable organizations. Comments Paul Zdepski, Artist Paul Zdepski has nearly 30 years of corporate design, teaching and freelance experience, utilizing traditional and cutting edge creative tools. He is an award-winning Illustrator and sought after Designer and Instructor. www.zillustration.com Jennifer Duncan, Artist As a young woman, I spent weekends and summers on a farm outside of Warrenton, where my horses lived. I often find that the plants, animals and landscapes of my native Virginia home childhood work their way onto my canvases. My paintings begin as abstract work, guided by line, shape and composition. I allow myself to play, and find the paintings revealing themselves to me as I build and take away layers of color to reveal a rustic and painterly surface. I love to incorporate found objects, and I’m always on the hunt for antique postcards or letters that will add intrigue to my painting’s story. I work primarily in acrylic on canvas, paper and board, mixing my media to include collage, oil pastel and graphite. Using a bright color palette, my work is representational and whimsical, reflective of how I view the world around me. www.jenniferduncanart.com Rosemary Gallick, Artist Rosemary Gallick is a Professor of Art and Art History at the Woodbridge campus of Northern Virginia Community College. She holds a B.A. from the State University of Stony Brook in Art, an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and a Master’s degree in Communication from Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and given various presentations on art and popular culture. In addition, she has been in numerous art exhibitions in the United States. Creating art since childhood has been an enduring passion. An avid devotee of pop culture, most recently Ms. Gallick has created a series of rock and roll portraits that have been exhibited widely. Inspired by the recent election, Ms. Gallick felt compelled to create portraits that combine the political, musical and media icons of the 21st century. https://www.google.com/#q=Rosemary+Gallick Barbara Sparhawk, Artist Barbara Sparhawk worked for Brandon Film Distributors, and John and Faith Hubley's animation studio: Storyboard; was an artist at Push-Pin Studios in NY; Commissioned by William F Buckley, Jr. to paint his portrait from sittings; Commissioned by James M Fox (Head of FBI-NY) to paint his portrait from sittings; Am the only woman to paint billboards above Times Square on a scaffold (including the Stone's 1973 World Tour billboard--I painted the Made In The Shade cover); historic Coney Island Carousels, rides and games painter; Barry Farber's WOR Radio Producer; Assistant Press Secretary to Manhattan Borough President Andrew Stein; US Congresswoman's Geraldine Ferraro's Press Secretary; writer and producer of the evening news for New York stations WCBS-TV, WABC-TV, and FOX TV; WABC Radio -- Rock and Roll Ross and Wilson Show producer; Covered the 1980 Democrat Convention for WCBS-TV NY; CBS TV Producer for Meredith Vieira, John Tesh, Chris Borgen, Rolland Smith, Jim Jensen, Dave Marash; cameraman's assistant on CBS TV Survivor-Africa, 2001; Producer of international radio financial talk show - Santa Cruz; Personal Chef for the Al Jardine (Beach Boys) family - Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur; proprietor of The Hawks Perch Gallery in Big Sur and Carmel Valley; author and illustrator of children's books and short stories. Educated at Goddard College, Vermont. St Martin's School of Art, London. New School for Social Research, NYC. Art Student's League, NYC. The Idyllwild Music and Arts Foundation, Laguna Beach Playhouse, La Jolla Museum School, California. Member: Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire Department; Animator's and Cartoonist's Guild. Director/Producer's Guild. Writer's Guild, East. https://thehawksperch.wordpress.com/

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Important Changes
To all our customers: Because of the confusion surrounding the way HiBid handles reserves, we have elected to cease using reserves on all auctions. For the remainder of Mr. Marro's auctions, we will instead set starting bids for each item at the prev...

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More preview opportunities added
Because we think it is so important to see art in person, we are offering more preview hours. You may now view the collection on any day by appointment between 10:00 - 3:00 as well as on Saturday , 4/21 Additionally, you may call for a different time...

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Refinements coming
We will today, 4/18, be adding dimensions to many of the lots , and better and additional pictures. All adjustments to starting bids have been made.

1101
Diamond Figures (3)
Each Picture is 12 inches tall 12 inches wide

1102
Vine
19 inches wide 23 inches tall Print

1104
Flower
6 inches wide 12 inches tall Print

1105
Lily
12x24 (approximately) Print

1106
Fish
12 inches wide 10 inches tall Print

1107
Seahorse
6 inches wide 8 inches tall Print

1108
Giraffe
13 inches tall 17 inches wide Print

1109
Elephant
13 inches high 17 inches wide Print

1110
Rabbits with Black Ears
P. Rolens 24 x 24 (approximately) Oil

1111
Rabbits in Snow
24 x 24 Oil

1112
Red Potpourri
HMS 16 inches wide 36 inches tall

1113
Yellow Monument
10 inches wide 12 inches high

1114
Nuts and Bolts
17 inches wide 22 inches high

1115
Pink Indian Print
Quilting 18 inches wide 13 inches high

1117
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10X13

1118
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1119
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1120
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1121
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13



1124
Pals
BJ Byrd Oil 12x12

1125

1126
Blue Wind
Chrisanne Finefrock Acrylic 12x17

1127
White Horse
TR 12x17



1130
Horse
one side has chips



1201
Musicians (Africa)
Aziz 24 inches wide 20 inches high

1202
Ship
50 inches wide 36 inches high

1203
Spaniard on Horse
G Baeyens Oil 45 inches tall 32 inches wide

1204
North African Port
oil 42 inches wide 29 inches high

1301
"The Dutchess"
June Butcher Ink on Paper 41 inches tall 27 inches wide

1302
Clown
Dublin 37 inches wide 48 inches tall

1303
Sun/Moon/Earth/Stars
Robert Grace, CA 24x36

1303
Angels/Sun/Moon/Earth/Stars
Robert Grace, CA 24x36


1305

1306
Angel
Linda Ely

1307

1308

1309


1311
Sketch Collection 2
LaCole, Sim, Steinberg, Felstead

1312
Sketch Collection 3
Powell, Brimage, Denvir, Firmin


1314
Wolves
Not Noted

1315
Dog on Bed
Not Noted

1316
Bernice
Ballard 24 inches wide 31 inches tall

1317
Two Women
By Tarkay Signed Art Print 30 inches tall 26 inches wide

1318

1319
Squirrels
Hannah Firmin

1320
Blue Wolf
LaCole

1400
Pig with a Muddy Nose
Anthony Barham Oil 19 inches wide 14 inches tall

1400
Sunday Brunch
Sally Olsen Watercolor 17 inches wide 12 inches high

1400
Pig Face
Susan Zilke Oil 15 inches wide 10 inches tall

1400
Two Spotted Pigs
Paul Zdepski 14.5 inches wide 14.5 inches tall

1401
Fenced Goat
Harris 28 inches wide 24 inches high

1402
Goat Herd
Harris 17 inches high 13 inches wide

1403
4 Sheep
Lynn Ferris 20 inches high 04 inches wide

1404
Pig
Deborah Conn 21 inches tall 17 inches wide

1405
Pigs: Lookin Out
Ellen J. White 23 inches tall 28 inches wide

1406
Mother and baby Sheep
Cheryl Voytek Oil 15 inches wide 17 inches tall

1407
Black and White Sheep
Sarah Van Gereik 12 inches high 16 inches wide

1408
Sheep and Lamb
SW 19 inches wide 13 inches tall

1409
Oxen
Sarah Van Gereik Actual Etching is 5.5 inches tall and 4.5 inches wide

1410
Shaggy Sheep Sketch
C Schlee Actual artwork is 3.5 inches high and 4.5 inches wide

1411
Black Sheep Portrait
BG 16 inches wide 13 inches tall

1412
2 Shaggy Sheep
Welch 13 inches wide 9 inches tall

1413
North Ronaldsay Sheep
C. Kuehner 12 inches wide 10 inches tall

1414
Green Cow
Carizala MEX 27 inches nose to tail

1415
Black and White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 33 inches tall 39 inches wide

1416

1417
2 White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 39 inches tall 39 inches wide

1418
Black and White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 45 inches wide 26 inches tall

1419
Barbara Streisand
Rosemary Gallick

1426
The Samaritan Road
Lisa Johnson 21 inches wide 17 inches tall

1427
Melville/Hughes/Shaw Trio
19 inches wide 10 inches tall

1428
Carroll/Thoreau/Emerson Duo
20 inches tall 11 inches wide


1430
Men Playing Checkers (France)
John Ash 25 inches wide 20 inches tall

1431
Checkers in the Park (France)
John Ash 25 inches wide 20 inches tall

1432
Snowy Corner (Brighton)
John Ash 30 inches wide 30 inched tall

1433
Abstract Floral
Nechis 31 inches wide 25 inches tall

1434
Water Pitcher and Fruit Bowl
Anastasia 32 inches wide 22 inches tall

1434
Fruit Bowl
Anastasia

1435
Blue Sunflower
Anastasia 20 inches high 25 inches wide

1437

1442
Planting the Crops
J. M. 25 inches wide 31 inches tall

1443
Scarecrow
NB 9 inches wide 13 inches tall


1445
Scarecrow
EMG 6 inches wide 7.5 inches tall

1446
Bird on a Branch
Ewa K. Adamczyk 21 inches wide 17 inches tall

1447

1448
Bird with a Gourd
Mazzo 23 inches wide 32 inches tall

1449
Black Crow
Not Noted


1451
Pink Lady in Fruit Hat
Fitzgerald 28 inches tall 17 inches wide

1452
Blue Window View
Actual Artwork is 13 inches wide 17 inches tall Frame 36 inches tall 28 inches wide

1453
Man Sleeping w/Book
Teddy Johnson 20 inches tall 16 inches wide

1454
Man Sleeping on Red Pillow
Teddy Johnson 13 inches wide 27 inches tall

1455
Sitting by Tub
Teddy Johnson 21 inches wide 24 inches tall

1456
Green Window View
Davis 28 inches wide 34 inches tall

1457
Fruit
EMS 13 inches tall 11 inches wide

1458
Man in Green Chair
Teddy Johnson 38 inches wide 32 inches tall

1459
Man Praying
ER Ganssie 20 inches wide 25 inches tall

1460
Boy Praying
ER Ganssie 20 inches wide 25 inches tall

1465
Delaplane Map
22 inches tall 26 inches wide

1466
Delaplane, Virginia
17 inches wide 14 inches tall

1467
Delaplane, Virginia
17 inches wide 14 inches tall

1468
Stone Bridge Budapest
13 inches tall 17 inches wide

1469
San Francisco Cable Car
Robert Kent Glass is cracked 29 inches wide 20 inches high


1469
Hairy Pawter
22 inches tall 25 inches wide

1469
Dinosaur Fossils
27 inches wide 12 inches tall










1502

1503

2101
Lady Ga Ga "Wired"
Rosemary Gallick 18 inches wide 23 inches tall


2102
Woman with Feather Hair
Flo Stifel 24 inches wide 34 inches tall


2103
Nixon
Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall


2104
Sinatra
By Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2105
Roosevelt
By Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2106
Bob Hope
Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2107
Galileo
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2108
Van Gogh
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2109
Edward R. Murrow
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2111
Paul Rubens Self-Portrait (copy)
By Thomas Crammer 19 inches tall 15 inches wide


2114
Broom
24 inches long




2118
Snake on Wheels
Donna Dalton

2126
Panther/Cat Figure
30 inches long

2201
Man Playing the Cello
Wayne Anderson 20 inches wide 27 inches deep

2204
Saxophone Player
Wayne Anderson 16 inches tall 21 inches wide

2205
Woman in Sitting Room
M. Hansel 38 inches long 32 inches wide

2206
Woman in Waiting Room
John Ash 49 inches wide 49 inches tall

2207
Vase of Flowers with Cat
CLG 26 inches tall 20 inches wide


2211
Peeka Poses with Easter Basket
Jane Casper 24 inches tall 22 inches wide

2212
"Cubs vs. Brewers CCLL"
Kathryn Billam 22 inches wide 18 inches tall

2213
Kids Playing with Flag
Rossi Selzer 14 inches wide 17 inches tall


2216
Blue Pig with Wings
15 inches tall



2219
Pig: Metal Can
15 inches wide 11 inches tall




2249


2301
Abstract Floral
Jean Gallagher

2302
"Reflections"
Barbra AB Guay

2303

2305
Flowing Trees
Barbara Sparhawk

2306


2309
Log Cabin
Barbara Sparhawk

2310
"Yosemite Daffodils"
Barbara Sparhawk



2401

2402

2403
Horse Color Sketch
Ruth A Mills

2404

2406


2410
"Dots"
Zahm

2411
Porch Talk
Paul Miller Kline (after Hopper)

2412

2416
Night Watch
Jeannine Barton Regan

2418



2421

2422
Sheep
Devon & Cornwall

2424
Majestic Bear
Bethany Fowler

2425
Relaxing Rhinos
Bethany Fowler

2426

2427


2501
Red Bus
J. J. Donaldson

2502
Cityscape: Night
Beverly Reidinger

2503
Cityscape: Evening
Beverly Reidinger

2505
Red Corner Building
Erin McGee Farrell

2508
City Street
Randolph Mean


2512


2516
Ants with Man
JoAn Cardiner



2521

2523
Houses: Night
Sen. Charles Hawkins

2524
Cityscape: Day
Beverly Reidinger

2527


2533


2548

2549
Sheep with Yellow Roses
Denise Bain Morris

2601
No Body Moo-ve
Susan Zilke

2603
Blue Cow
D. Ferrandino


2605
Baby Calves
Jane Richey

2602

2606
Tree and Cow
Joy Wolf

2607
White Cows under Tree
Elsa S. Rosenthal

2608
Dairy II
AMS Fleming

2609

2610
White Tufted Cow
Jane Richey

2611
Cow
Painted by Barbara Quast

2612
Black Cows
N Lovallog

2613
Brown Cow
Porter

2614
Rooster
M.S. Adele

2615
Bovine Immortal
Jane Richey

2616


2618

2619



2636

2637
Larger Floral piece
Cynthia Fraula

2639
Small floral pot "Riot"
Jennifer Bender Moran




2646


2650
"Tulip Confusion"
Cynthia Fraula

2701

2702
Chickens
Not Noted






2708
Cow Triptych
C. Kuener

2709
Grey/Black Rooster
Whit Williams

2710

2712
Chickens
Not Noted


2714
Bulldog
Not Noted



2716

2717

2719
Bulldog Sketch
Loree G. Fisher

2718
Bulldog
Kitty Dodd

2720

2721
Bakers with Cats
Robin The….



2735
Set of 3 Dogs
Not Noted



2805
Party of Three
Jeanie Collins Keys


2808
"Rabbi"
Charlotte Mautner


2812
"Halloween"
Harold Symes

2813



2818

2820



3107
Fish in Water
Clancy 28 inches wide 23 inches high

3109
Wall Hangings
Not Noted


3110
Cat Quilt
Not Noted




3114
Lion
Not Noted

3115
Horse 1
Kristin Nyre

3116
Horse 2
Kristin Nyre

3117


3119
Black Cat Licking Paw
Kenneth W. McCool



3122



3125
Cat in Flowers
Cynthia Fraula

3126
Pig
Ree

3127
Patience
Kenneth W. McCool

3128

3129
Irish Cows
Lavonne Donohue

3130
Cow in a Pasture
C Clay Ward

3131
Cape May Warbler
Cynthia Burke

3132
Little Blue Feather Bird
Traci Renee Watson


3135


3137

3138



3142
Flowers on a Tray
Mark E. Miller








3150
Geese "On the Road"
Erika Hegarty

3153
Woman & Dog on Horseback
Elsa S. Rosenthal

3156
"Covered Market"
Christina Lund





3162
St. Batman (Russia)
Valentin Popov 2.5 x 2 Mixed

3163
Icon: Virgin of Vladmir
Lisa Strandman-Long

3164
Blue Batman Baby (Russia)
Valentin Popov 15X15 Oil on wood

3165
Tunis Sheep
Cathy Kuehner


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3168
Pig
Cathy Kuehner

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3201
Romantic Cynicism
Popov Poster


3204
Self-Portrait
Barbara Sparhawk

3205
"The Gardener"
Barbara Sparhawk

3205
Woman Laughing
Barbara Sparhawk


3208

3209
Face with leaf Headwrap
Kenneth W. McCool

3210

3211
Woman Sleeping
Kenneth W. McCool

3213
"Bridge Home"
Dick Davis

3214
Corner House
Wayne Anderson

3215


3217
Woman in Bikini
Kenneth McBride

3220


3223
Pueblo House
Helen Page Harry

3224
Nude Standing
Not Noted



3305
Woman Ballerina
B. Thompson Image is 12 in by 18 in frame is 22 in by 30 in

3306
Tricolor Sunset
Sydney Cochran

3307
General Store
B. Thompson

3308

3309
Yellow House
Frances York

3310
Red House
HB Symes

3311
Yellow House
HB Symes

3312
Apple
Konesky

3304


3314
House
Weller

3315


3313
Blue Dog
Jordan Baker

3317
Sunny
Jordan Baker

3318
Table and Lemon Tree
Maribel Chandler Gardiner

3319
Woodworking
Cheryl Voytek

3320
Man Looking out Window
Nancy Prilchare

3321

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3403


3407
After the Chase Socially
Eileen Stephanus


3408
A Taste of Honey
Hazel Hancock

3409

3411

3412




3405
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
Maribel Chandler-Gardiner

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Marro Collection Auction 3 - Art Work

Ashby Auction Company

Ashby Auction Company


Contact: Chris Bowles
Phone: 571-639-9785
Sale Location
3318 Bust Head Road
The Plains, VA 20198
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions
Note that all items are sold "AS IS", "WHERE IS,"in its condition at the time of sale without any warranties or guarantees, either expressed or implied INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF TITLE, POSSESSION, QUIET ENJOYMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.. The Auctioneer reserves the right to bid on items in our auctions. We DO NOT bid on items on behalf of the seller. If we are bidding we are a paying customer just like any other. The Bidder is responsible to inspect all items and age, condition, description and authenticity of all items prior to placing any bid. Ashby Auction Company seeks to disclose any condition issues material to a buying decision in our listings. Items with no declaration of condition must be previewed to determine condition. No item is guaranteed to be in perfect condition unless declared as such. Buyers should expect wear consistent with use and physically inspect items prior to bidding. Occasionally the full working condition of an item just simply isn't known or there are limits to our knowledge of the full functionality of an item. In these cases the buyer assumes the risk and should bid accordingly. By placing a bid, buyers acknowledge that they have either inspected the item or property in question, or obtained a satisfactory condition report. Ashby Auction Company, LLC. recommends each item be examined thoroughly, including inspection by an independent appraiser or third party consultant, to determine condition and whether or not items have been repaired, restored, or damaged. Photos are provided for internet auction items but are a poor substitute for a physical inspection. Your bid is contractually binding offer to purchase, and if your bid is the winning bid you are required to pay your full invoice. Buyer's Premium: A buyer's premium equal to 10% of the gross sales price on each lot will be applied to the successful sale price for all bidders. This premium will be added to each and all lots sold in the auction. REMOVAL AND FAILURE TO REMOVE - All purchases must be removed from the auction site without damaging any property and within the posted time frame allotted. Removal is at the Buyer's sole obligation, cost and risk, and only in a manner approved by the Auctioneers. All costs, responsibility and risk of such removal shall be borne by Buyer and, in every case; Buyer will use prudence and care in such removal. In the event the Buyer fails to pay the whole of the purchase price, fails to remove all purchased items and lots, or comply with any other condition herein contained or agreed to, the deposit shall be forfeited to the Auctioneer and the Auctioneer shall retain a possessory lien on all items or lots of the Buyer. The auction deposit and any payment made by the Buyer shall be retained by the Auctioneers for application against such deficiency. The Buyer agrees that the Auctioneer and/or Seller may retain all monies received pursuant to any such resale and apply that money toward any deficiency without further notice. The Auctioneers reserve the right to require proof of adequate insurance coverage from any Buyer of items or lots requiring dismantling, rigging, hot cutting, refrigerant certification, or any situation deemed necessary by the Auctioneers. Buyers agree to indemnify and save harmless both the Sellers and the Auctioneers, licensees, employees and agents, against any and all damage caused by the acts of the Buyers and/or their agents, employees, etcetera, in connection with the dismantling or removing of any item or lot. Buyers agree that any and all damages to the land or buildings, inside and outside, caused by them must be fixed, replaced or repaired to Auctioneer's and/or Seller's satisfaction, before they are permitted to leave with their purchases. If for any reason, the Buyers fail to remove any item or lot within the specified time, the item or lot will be deemed abandoned and the Auctioneer shall have the right but not the obligation, at their sole discretion to resell, discard or remove and store the items or lots at the Buyers' sole risk and expense, without any notice to Buyer and without waiving any rights that Auction Company or Seller may have against Buyer. The Buyers understand that they will lose any right, title or interest the Buyers may have acquired and the item or lot shall revert and repossess to the Seller or Auctioneer without any further notice to the Buyers. In addition, Buyers will be liable for any rent incurred, labor, storage, hauling, dump fees, etc, and damage suffered by the Auctioneers because of the Buyers failure to remove any item or lot. It is the Buyer's responsibility to secure all safety equipment to meet all applicable government safety standards in using or removing any items or lots purchased. Any fluids, spills, release into the environment, or any contamination whatsoever caused by the Buyer, their agents, employees, contractors, etc., during the auction or removal, are strictly and solely the Buyer's expense and liability to correct, remove and clean up. The Buyer takes full responsibility for compliance with applicable environmental laws and exercise all reasonable care to ensure that there is no release to the environment of any hazardous materials, wastes or substances as defined in applicable Federal, State and Local Statues, Laws, Regulations, Rules or Ordinances. The Buyer hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Auctioneer and Seller from any and all damages, claims or liabilities from any and all injuries to persons or property of any type whatsoever caused by the Buyer, their agents, employees or contractors during the viewing and/or removal, as to the use or operation while inspecting the items or lots, and as to the use or operation surrounding the removal of purchased items or lots, and as to any environmental situations created by the Buyer. No purchases may be removed from the auction site until said purchases are paid for in full.
Listing Details
About the Collection The Middleburg, Virginia, area is known for its rolling hills and beautiful estate homes. As you pass by these homes, you may wonder what secrets they keep, on their owners, their histories and especially their contents. But shortly, in November, one of these homes, on a stretch of road straight out of the 19th century, will relinquish its secrets. Here is a peek into the contents and the owners who gathered these contents worldwide over the last 30 plus years. Donald Marro has his roots in the New York metropolitan area and Lillian Diane Svec Clancy Marro was from Cicero, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago best known by some as the place where Al Capone lay low for a while in the '20’s. Don met Lillian when he moved to California; he courted her, and they were together from 1983, marrying in 1991. Both Don and Lillian had business interests which took them regularly to Europe. Art and furnishings purchasing began soon after Lillian and Don were together in San Francisco. By 2006, their collection numbered nearly 1,000 pieces, ranging from the whimsical to the breathtaking, including a great many artists with memorable style, talent for color and visual daring. Some are now deceased, John Ash and Aaron Birnbaum, for instance, but many more are still active, like Barbara Sparhawk, Valentin Popov and Dona Dalton. Great local artists are likewise represented, like Alan Rubin, Mark Miller and Elsa Rosenthal, Rosemary Gallick, Jennifer Duncan and Paul Zdepski. One of the artists whose work is well represented is Barbara Sparhawk. Barbara began painting at age 15 and she went on to portrait work, including that of William F. Buckley, worked in the Ashcan School style, and did bold and colorful pieces like the Carmel, California, scenes and the Pope of Greenwich Village homage in the collection. Valentin Popov is a Russian-born artist whose St. Batman series found particular favor in this collection. Popov’s work from this period blended iconography with a comic book panache. John Ash was also a favorite and quintessentially English, a roamer who painted snowy scenes in Brighton as well as he painted boules in Paris. Ash was commissioned by the owners to capture Edward Hopper-like scenes but in an English setting. The results are quite clever. Aaron Birnbaum was a Ukrainian-born artist whose art reflects Eastern European origins and harmonizes perfectly with Lillian’s forebears from Lithuania and Bohemia. The farm and early 20th century urban representations by Birnbaum will strike a responsive chord with anyone whose families came here around that time. Alan Rubin is a magnificent local artist whose imagination is equaled by his technical skill. Rubin’s works in the collection include commissioned portraits of the Marro/Clancy dogs and of Marro’s parents. His other works are pure Rubin and are unmistakable as a consequence. Rosemary Gallick is a Professor of Art and Art History at Northern Virginia Community College with a B.A. from the SUNY Stony Brook in Art, an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in New York, and a Master’s in Communication from Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and given various presentations on art and popular culture. Her art has been in numerous exhibitions in the United States and in this collection her pieces depict show business celebrities. Jennifer Duncan works primarily in acrylic on canvas, paper and board, mixing media to include collage, oil pastel and graphite. Using a bright color palette, her work is representational and whimsical, reflective of how she views the world around her. Paul Zdepski has nearly 30 years of corporate design, teaching and freelance experience, utilizing traditional and cutting edge creative tools. He is an award-winning Illustrator and sought after Designer and Instructor. Above all, his art is both creative and skillful. Several “in the manner of” pieces from Caravaggio and Rembrandt will catch your fancy as will Toots Shor-style caricatures of Nixon, Sinatra, Hope and FDR by Howard Allen. As if this wasn’t enough, there are whirligigs, penguins, a Dona Dalton sphinx and other sculptures to satisfy the appetite for things Americana and things whimsical. Altogether a museum. Altogether a feast for the eyes. The art is displayed throughout the house. The art covers the walls in every available space, even on cabinets, doors and greeting visitors on the drive leading to the house itself. The effect is visual exuberance with an eclectic blend of artistic expression that deftly balances the fine art, local and hunt country art, outsider and primitive art and the unique furnishings.The lower level features floral and barnyard art, some whimsical works and handcrafted furniture and spirits racks. The fireplace on this level looks much like you find in northern Europe with tiled surrounds and fire pit. A long bench with pillars punctuates the hallway which is itself a shrine to the European roots of both families, with late 19th and early 20th century memorabilia. The kitchen area on this level contains more handcrafted furniture and primitive art with a Polynesian flair. Other handcrafted furniture is in the dining area and features a table and canopy set where two dimensional pig sculptures are set underneath a glass table surface. On the main level, the kitchen has both a clock collection and food preparation themes. The commercial grade kitchen equipment has its commercial grade hood handcrafted in copper and stainless steel and decorated with pieces showing food and food preparation. Moving down the hall takes you past handcrafted doors featuring whimsical doll and bird collections. A closet door is marked by a tiny shirt sculpture, and the main entrance doors are flanked by copper statues of a warrior and a maiden with decidedly Mayan countenances. The rooms on this level and on the upper level are themed. An Emerson Square Grand piano is in the “Big Room” with art featuring musicians and instruments completing the setting. Elsewhere is a profusion of arks, mostly English, some American, ceramic dogs, elephants, pigs, a watercolor done by the chimp named Washoe and a wire sculpture of Washoe, both English. The "Red Room” is hunt country. Horse art is everywhere from a tiny netsuke horse to a glass unicorn to Haitian and Russian representations of Czar Nicholas. Alan Rubin and Barbara Sparhawk have somehow snuck in as well. The staircase to the upper level tilts toward the grand but the eclectic artwork on the walls steals the show. At bottom is a ceramic showing presentation of “Lucille” by B.B. King to Pope John Paul. Other ceramics of medieval troubadours and maidens are nearby, as are whimsical pieces of birds and flowers. Climbing the stairs is a transition in styles from country scenes in the in-between space to cityscapes at the top.An upper level bedroom has nude studies by local artists, Valentin Popov and Barbara Sparhawk. Another bedroom features birds, cats and works by Elsa Rosenthal and Rosemary Gallick. A front bedroom has wall-sized pieces with nautical and tropical island themes, which carry over into a bath area which features a Titanic-styled chandelier. A significant number of pieces by Mark Miller are present, as is primitive art by Richmond-area outsider artists. Lillian was a founder of Virginians for Animal Welfare and Virginia Voters for Animal Welfare, organizations devoted to eliminating 19th century animal laws and practices from 21st century Virginia. So not surprisingly, Lillian collected a significant amount of animal art of all types: dogs, cats, pigs, chimps and barnyard animals of various shapes and sizes are all included. Lillian died December 9, 2014, and the time has come for Don to part with what made their life together. There will be a private sale by invitation and later to the public with some proceeds benefiting the Middleburg Humane Foundation and other charitable organizations. Comments Paul Zdepski, Artist Paul Zdepski has nearly 30 years of corporate design, teaching and freelance experience, utilizing traditional and cutting edge creative tools. He is an award-winning Illustrator and sought after Designer and Instructor. www.zillustration.com Jennifer Duncan, Artist As a young woman, I spent weekends and summers on a farm outside of Warrenton, where my horses lived. I often find that the plants, animals and landscapes of my native Virginia home childhood work their way onto my canvases. My paintings begin as abstract work, guided by line, shape and composition. I allow myself to play, and find the paintings revealing themselves to me as I build and take away layers of color to reveal a rustic and painterly surface. I love to incorporate found objects, and I’m always on the hunt for antique postcards or letters that will add intrigue to my painting’s story. I work primarily in acrylic on canvas, paper and board, mixing my media to include collage, oil pastel and graphite. Using a bright color palette, my work is representational and whimsical, reflective of how I view the world around me. www.jenniferduncanart.com Rosemary Gallick, Artist Rosemary Gallick is a Professor of Art and Art History at the Woodbridge campus of Northern Virginia Community College. She holds a B.A. from the State University of Stony Brook in Art, an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and a Master’s degree in Communication from Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and given various presentations on art and popular culture. In addition, she has been in numerous art exhibitions in the United States. Creating art since childhood has been an enduring passion. An avid devotee of pop culture, most recently Ms. Gallick has created a series of rock and roll portraits that have been exhibited widely. Inspired by the recent election, Ms. Gallick felt compelled to create portraits that combine the political, musical and media icons of the 21st century. https://www.google.com/#q=Rosemary+Gallick Barbara Sparhawk, Artist Barbara Sparhawk worked for Brandon Film Distributors, and John and Faith Hubley's animation studio: Storyboard; was an artist at Push-Pin Studios in NY; Commissioned by William F Buckley, Jr. to paint his portrait from sittings; Commissioned by James M Fox (Head of FBI-NY) to paint his portrait from sittings; Am the only woman to paint billboards above Times Square on a scaffold (including the Stone's 1973 World Tour billboard--I painted the Made In The Shade cover); historic Coney Island Carousels, rides and games painter; Barry Farber's WOR Radio Producer; Assistant Press Secretary to Manhattan Borough President Andrew Stein; US Congresswoman's Geraldine Ferraro's Press Secretary; writer and producer of the evening news for New York stations WCBS-TV, WABC-TV, and FOX TV; WABC Radio -- Rock and Roll Ross and Wilson Show producer; Covered the 1980 Democrat Convention for WCBS-TV NY; CBS TV Producer for Meredith Vieira, John Tesh, Chris Borgen, Rolland Smith, Jim Jensen, Dave Marash; cameraman's assistant on CBS TV Survivor-Africa, 2001; Producer of international radio financial talk show - Santa Cruz; Personal Chef for the Al Jardine (Beach Boys) family - Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur; proprietor of The Hawks Perch Gallery in Big Sur and Carmel Valley; author and illustrator of children's books and short stories. Educated at Goddard College, Vermont. St Martin's School of Art, London. New School for Social Research, NYC. Art Student's League, NYC. The Idyllwild Music and Arts Foundation, Laguna Beach Playhouse, La Jolla Museum School, California. Member: Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire Department; Animator's and Cartoonist's Guild. Director/Producer's Guild. Writer's Guild, East. https://thehawksperch.wordpress.com/

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1. Trailers will have difficulty accessing the driveway by making a left turn. If you find yourself in that position please continue driving and there will be space to turn around further down when Bust Head intersects with on Landmark Road. 2. If y...

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Important Changes
To all our customers: Because of the confusion surrounding the way HiBid handles reserves, we have elected to cease using reserves on all auctions. For the remainder of Mr. Marro's auctions, we will instead set starting bids for each item at the prev...

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More preview opportunities added
Because we think it is so important to see art in person, we are offering more preview hours. You may now view the collection on any day by appointment between 10:00 - 3:00 as well as on Saturday , 4/21 Additionally, you may call for a different time...

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Refinements coming
We will today, 4/18, be adding dimensions to many of the lots , and better and additional pictures. All adjustments to starting bids have been made.

1101
Diamond Figures (3)
Each Picture is 12 inches tall 12 inches wide

1102
Vine
19 inches wide 23 inches tall Print

1104
Flower
6 inches wide 12 inches tall Print

1105
Lily
12x24 (approximately) Print

1106
Fish
12 inches wide 10 inches tall Print

1107
Seahorse
6 inches wide 8 inches tall Print

1108
Giraffe
13 inches tall 17 inches wide Print

1109
Elephant
13 inches high 17 inches wide Print

1110
Rabbits with Black Ears
P. Rolens 24 x 24 (approximately) Oil

1111
Rabbits in Snow
24 x 24 Oil

1112
Red Potpourri
HMS 16 inches wide 36 inches tall

1113
Yellow Monument
10 inches wide 12 inches high

1114
Nuts and Bolts
17 inches wide 22 inches high

1115
Pink Indian Print
Quilting 18 inches wide 13 inches high

1117
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10X13

1118
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1119
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1120
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1121
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13



1124
Pals
BJ Byrd Oil 12x12

1125

1126
Blue Wind
Chrisanne Finefrock Acrylic 12x17

1127
White Horse
TR 12x17



1130
Horse
one side has chips



1201
Musicians (Africa)
Aziz 24 inches wide 20 inches high

1202
Ship
50 inches wide 36 inches high

1203
Spaniard on Horse
G Baeyens Oil 45 inches tall 32 inches wide

1204
North African Port
oil 42 inches wide 29 inches high

1301
"The Dutchess"
June Butcher Ink on Paper 41 inches tall 27 inches wide

1302
Clown
Dublin 37 inches wide 48 inches tall

1303
Sun/Moon/Earth/Stars
Robert Grace, CA 24x36

1303
Angels/Sun/Moon/Earth/Stars
Robert Grace, CA 24x36


1305

1306
Angel
Linda Ely

1307

1308

1309


1311
Sketch Collection 2
LaCole, Sim, Steinberg, Felstead

1312
Sketch Collection 3
Powell, Brimage, Denvir, Firmin


1314
Wolves
Not Noted

1315
Dog on Bed
Not Noted

1316
Bernice
Ballard 24 inches wide 31 inches tall

1317
Two Women
By Tarkay Signed Art Print 30 inches tall 26 inches wide

1318

1319
Squirrels
Hannah Firmin

1320
Blue Wolf
LaCole

1400
Pig with a Muddy Nose
Anthony Barham Oil 19 inches wide 14 inches tall

1400
Sunday Brunch
Sally Olsen Watercolor 17 inches wide 12 inches high

1400
Pig Face
Susan Zilke Oil 15 inches wide 10 inches tall

1400
Two Spotted Pigs
Paul Zdepski 14.5 inches wide 14.5 inches tall

1401
Fenced Goat
Harris 28 inches wide 24 inches high

1402
Goat Herd
Harris 17 inches high 13 inches wide

1403
4 Sheep
Lynn Ferris 20 inches high 04 inches wide

1404
Pig
Deborah Conn 21 inches tall 17 inches wide

1405
Pigs: Lookin Out
Ellen J. White 23 inches tall 28 inches wide

1406
Mother and baby Sheep
Cheryl Voytek Oil 15 inches wide 17 inches tall

1407
Black and White Sheep
Sarah Van Gereik 12 inches high 16 inches wide

1408
Sheep and Lamb
SW 19 inches wide 13 inches tall

1409
Oxen
Sarah Van Gereik Actual Etching is 5.5 inches tall and 4.5 inches wide

1410
Shaggy Sheep Sketch
C Schlee Actual artwork is 3.5 inches high and 4.5 inches wide

1411
Black Sheep Portrait
BG 16 inches wide 13 inches tall

1412
2 Shaggy Sheep
Welch 13 inches wide 9 inches tall

1413
North Ronaldsay Sheep
C. Kuehner 12 inches wide 10 inches tall

1414
Green Cow
Carizala MEX 27 inches nose to tail

1415
Black and White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 33 inches tall 39 inches wide

1416

1417
2 White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 39 inches tall 39 inches wide

1418
Black and White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 45 inches wide 26 inches tall

1419
Barbara Streisand
Rosemary Gallick

1426
The Samaritan Road
Lisa Johnson 21 inches wide 17 inches tall

1427
Melville/Hughes/Shaw Trio
19 inches wide 10 inches tall

1428
Carroll/Thoreau/Emerson Duo
20 inches tall 11 inches wide


1430
Men Playing Checkers (France)
John Ash 25 inches wide 20 inches tall

1431
Checkers in the Park (France)
John Ash 25 inches wide 20 inches tall

1432
Snowy Corner (Brighton)
John Ash 30 inches wide 30 inched tall

1433
Abstract Floral
Nechis 31 inches wide 25 inches tall

1434
Water Pitcher and Fruit Bowl
Anastasia 32 inches wide 22 inches tall

1434
Fruit Bowl
Anastasia

1435
Blue Sunflower
Anastasia 20 inches high 25 inches wide

1437

1442
Planting the Crops
J. M. 25 inches wide 31 inches tall

1443
Scarecrow
NB 9 inches wide 13 inches tall


1445
Scarecrow
EMG 6 inches wide 7.5 inches tall

1446
Bird on a Branch
Ewa K. Adamczyk 21 inches wide 17 inches tall

1447

1448
Bird with a Gourd
Mazzo 23 inches wide 32 inches tall

1449
Black Crow
Not Noted


1451
Pink Lady in Fruit Hat
Fitzgerald 28 inches tall 17 inches wide

1452
Blue Window View
Actual Artwork is 13 inches wide 17 inches tall Frame 36 inches tall 28 inches wide

1453
Man Sleeping w/Book
Teddy Johnson 20 inches tall 16 inches wide

1454
Man Sleeping on Red Pillow
Teddy Johnson 13 inches wide 27 inches tall

1455
Sitting by Tub
Teddy Johnson 21 inches wide 24 inches tall

1456
Green Window View
Davis 28 inches wide 34 inches tall

1457
Fruit
EMS 13 inches tall 11 inches wide

1458
Man in Green Chair
Teddy Johnson 38 inches wide 32 inches tall

1459
Man Praying
ER Ganssie 20 inches wide 25 inches tall

1460
Boy Praying
ER Ganssie 20 inches wide 25 inches tall

1465
Delaplane Map
22 inches tall 26 inches wide

1466
Delaplane, Virginia
17 inches wide 14 inches tall

1467
Delaplane, Virginia
17 inches wide 14 inches tall

1468
Stone Bridge Budapest
13 inches tall 17 inches wide

1469
San Francisco Cable Car
Robert Kent Glass is cracked 29 inches wide 20 inches high


1469
Hairy Pawter
22 inches tall 25 inches wide

1469
Dinosaur Fossils
27 inches wide 12 inches tall










1502

1503

2101
Lady Ga Ga "Wired"
Rosemary Gallick 18 inches wide 23 inches tall


2102
Woman with Feather Hair
Flo Stifel 24 inches wide 34 inches tall


2103
Nixon
Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall


2104
Sinatra
By Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2105
Roosevelt
By Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2106
Bob Hope
Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2107
Galileo
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2108
Van Gogh
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2109
Edward R. Murrow
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2111
Paul Rubens Self-Portrait (copy)
By Thomas Crammer 19 inches tall 15 inches wide


2114
Broom
24 inches long




2118
Snake on Wheels
Donna Dalton

2126
Panther/Cat Figure
30 inches long

2201
Man Playing the Cello
Wayne Anderson 20 inches wide 27 inches deep

2204
Saxophone Player
Wayne Anderson 16 inches tall 21 inches wide

2205
Woman in Sitting Room
M. Hansel 38 inches long 32 inches wide

2206
Woman in Waiting Room
John Ash 49 inches wide 49 inches tall

2207
Vase of Flowers with Cat
CLG 26 inches tall 20 inches wide


2211
Peeka Poses with Easter Basket
Jane Casper 24 inches tall 22 inches wide

2212
"Cubs vs. Brewers CCLL"
Kathryn Billam 22 inches wide 18 inches tall

2213
Kids Playing with Flag
Rossi Selzer 14 inches wide 17 inches tall


2216
Blue Pig with Wings
15 inches tall



2219
Pig: Metal Can
15 inches wide 11 inches tall




2249


2301
Abstract Floral
Jean Gallagher

2302
"Reflections"
Barbra AB Guay

2303

2305
Flowing Trees
Barbara Sparhawk

2306


2309
Log Cabin
Barbara Sparhawk

2310
"Yosemite Daffodils"
Barbara Sparhawk



2401

2402

2403
Horse Color Sketch
Ruth A Mills

2404

2406


2410
"Dots"
Zahm

2411
Porch Talk
Paul Miller Kline (after Hopper)

2412

2416
Night Watch
Jeannine Barton Regan

2418



2421

2422
Sheep
Devon & Cornwall

2424
Majestic Bear
Bethany Fowler

2425
Relaxing Rhinos
Bethany Fowler

2426

2427


2501
Red Bus
J. J. Donaldson

2502
Cityscape: Night
Beverly Reidinger

2503
Cityscape: Evening
Beverly Reidinger

2505
Red Corner Building
Erin McGee Farrell

2508
City Street
Randolph Mean


2512


2516
Ants with Man
JoAn Cardiner



2521

2523
Houses: Night
Sen. Charles Hawkins

2524
Cityscape: Day
Beverly Reidinger

2527


2533


2548

2549
Sheep with Yellow Roses
Denise Bain Morris

2601
No Body Moo-ve
Susan Zilke

2603
Blue Cow
D. Ferrandino


2605
Baby Calves
Jane Richey

2602

2606
Tree and Cow
Joy Wolf

2607
White Cows under Tree
Elsa S. Rosenthal

2608
Dairy II
AMS Fleming

2609

2610
White Tufted Cow
Jane Richey

2611
Cow
Painted by Barbara Quast

2612
Black Cows
N Lovallog

2613
Brown Cow
Porter

2614
Rooster
M.S. Adele

2615
Bovine Immortal
Jane Richey

2616


2618

2619



2636

2637
Larger Floral piece
Cynthia Fraula

2639
Small floral pot "Riot"
Jennifer Bender Moran




2646


2650
"Tulip Confusion"
Cynthia Fraula

2701

2702
Chickens
Not Noted






2708
Cow Triptych
C. Kuener

2709
Grey/Black Rooster
Whit Williams

2710

2712
Chickens
Not Noted


2714
Bulldog
Not Noted



2716

2717

2719
Bulldog Sketch
Loree G. Fisher

2718
Bulldog
Kitty Dodd

2720

2721
Bakers with Cats
Robin The….



2735
Set of 3 Dogs
Not Noted



2805
Party of Three
Jeanie Collins Keys


2808
"Rabbi"
Charlotte Mautner


2812
"Halloween"
Harold Symes

2813



2818

2820



3107
Fish in Water
Clancy 28 inches wide 23 inches high

3109
Wall Hangings
Not Noted


3110
Cat Quilt
Not Noted




3114
Lion
Not Noted

3115
Horse 1
Kristin Nyre

3116
Horse 2
Kristin Nyre

3117


3119
Black Cat Licking Paw
Kenneth W. McCool



3122



3125
Cat in Flowers
Cynthia Fraula

3126
Pig
Ree

3127
Patience
Kenneth W. McCool

3128

3129
Irish Cows
Lavonne Donohue

3130
Cow in a Pasture
C Clay Ward

3131
Cape May Warbler
Cynthia Burke

3132
Little Blue Feather Bird
Traci Renee Watson


3135


3137

3138



3142
Flowers on a Tray
Mark E. Miller








3150
Geese "On the Road"
Erika Hegarty

3153
Woman & Dog on Horseback
Elsa S. Rosenthal

3156
"Covered Market"
Christina Lund





3162
St. Batman (Russia)
Valentin Popov 2.5 x 2 Mixed

3163
Icon: Virgin of Vladmir
Lisa Strandman-Long

3164
Blue Batman Baby (Russia)
Valentin Popov 15X15 Oil on wood

3165
Tunis Sheep
Cathy Kuehner


3167

3168
Pig
Cathy Kuehner

3175

3176

3177




3201
Romantic Cynicism
Popov Poster


3204
Self-Portrait
Barbara Sparhawk

3205
"The Gardener"
Barbara Sparhawk

3205
Woman Laughing
Barbara Sparhawk


3208

3209
Face with leaf Headwrap
Kenneth W. McCool

3210

3211
Woman Sleeping
Kenneth W. McCool

3213
"Bridge Home"
Dick Davis

3214
Corner House
Wayne Anderson

3215


3217
Woman in Bikini
Kenneth McBride

3220


3223
Pueblo House
Helen Page Harry

3224
Nude Standing
Not Noted



3305
Woman Ballerina
B. Thompson Image is 12 in by 18 in frame is 22 in by 30 in

3306
Tricolor Sunset
Sydney Cochran

3307
General Store
B. Thompson

3308

3309
Yellow House
Frances York

3310
Red House
HB Symes

3311
Yellow House
HB Symes

3312
Apple
Konesky

3304


3314
House
Weller

3315


3313
Blue Dog
Jordan Baker

3317
Sunny
Jordan Baker

3318
Table and Lemon Tree
Maribel Chandler Gardiner

3319
Woodworking
Cheryl Voytek

3320
Man Looking out Window
Nancy Prilchare

3321

3322




3403


3407
After the Chase Socially
Eileen Stephanus


3408
A Taste of Honey
Hazel Hancock

3409

3411

3412




3405
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
Maribel Chandler-Gardiner

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Marro Collection Auction 3 - Art Work
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Saturday Apr 7
Bidding Ends: Wednesday Apr 25
Auction Location

The Plains, VA 20198
Company
About the Collection The Middleburg, Virginia, area is known for its rolling hills and beautiful estate homes. As you pass by these homes, you may wonder what secrets they keep, on their owners, their histories and especially their contents. But shortly, in November, one of these homes, on a stretch of road straight out of the 19th century, will relinquish its secrets. Here is a peek into the contents and the owners who gathered these contents worldwide over the last 30 plus years. Donald Marro has his roots in the New York metropolitan area and Lillian Diane Svec Clancy Marro was from Cicero, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago best known by some as the place where Al Capone lay low for a while in the '20’s. Don met Lillian when he moved to California; he courted her, and they were together from 1983, marrying in 1991. Both Don and Lillian had business interests which took them regularly to Europe. Art and furnishings purchasing began soon after Lillian and Don were together in San Francisco. By 2006, their collection numbered nearly 1,000 pieces, ranging from the whimsical to the breathtaking, including a great many artists with memorable style, talent for color and visual daring. Some are now deceased, John Ash and Aaron Birnbaum, for instance, but many more are still active, like Barbara Sparhawk, Valentin Popov and Dona Dalton. Great local artists are likewise represented, like Alan Rubin, Mark Miller and Elsa Rosenthal, Rosemary Gallick, Jennifer Duncan and Paul Zdepski. One of the artists whose work is well represented is Barbara Sparhawk. Barbara began painting at age 15 and she went on to portrait work, including that of William F. Buckley, worked in the Ashcan School style, and did bold and colorful pieces like the Carmel, California, scenes and the Pope of Greenwich Village homage in the collection. Valentin Popov is a Russian-born artist whose St. Batman series found particular favor in this collection. Popov’s work from this period blended iconography with a comic book panache. John Ash was also a favorite and quintessentially English, a roamer who painted snowy scenes in Brighton as well as he painted boules in Paris. Ash was commissioned by the owners to capture Edward Hopper-like scenes but in an English setting. The results are quite clever. Aaron Birnbaum was a Ukrainian-born artist whose art reflects Eastern European origins and harmonizes perfectly with Lillian’s forebears from Lithuania and Bohemia. The farm and early 20th century urban representations by Birnbaum will strike a responsive chord with anyone whose families came here around that time. Alan Rubin is a magnificent local artist whose imagination is equaled by his technical skill. Rubin’s works in the collection include commissioned portraits of the Marro/Clancy dogs and of Marro’s parents. His other works are pure Rubin and are unmistakable as a consequence. Rosemary Gallick is a Professor of Art and Art History at Northern Virginia Community College with a B.A. from the SUNY Stony Brook in Art, an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in New York, and a Master’s in Communication from Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and given various presentations on art and popular culture. Her art has been in numerous exhibitions in the United States and in this collection her pieces depict show business celebrities. Jennifer Duncan works primarily in acrylic on canvas, paper and board, mixing media to include collage, oil pastel and graphite. Using a bright color palette, her work is representational and whimsical, reflective of how she views the world around her. Paul Zdepski has nearly 30 years of corporate design, teaching and freelance experience, utilizing traditional and cutting edge creative tools. He is an award-winning Illustrator and sought after Designer and Instructor. Above all, his art is both creative and skillful. Several “in the manner of” pieces from Caravaggio and Rembrandt will catch your fancy as will Toots Shor-style caricatures of Nixon, Sinatra, Hope and FDR by Howard Allen. As if this wasn’t enough, there are whirligigs, penguins, a Dona Dalton sphinx and other sculptures to satisfy the appetite for things Americana and things whimsical. Altogether a museum. Altogether a feast for the eyes. The art is displayed throughout the house. The art covers the walls in every available space, even on cabinets, doors and greeting visitors on the drive leading to the house itself. The effect is visual exuberance with an eclectic blend of artistic expression that deftly balances the fine art, local and hunt country art, outsider and primitive art and the unique furnishings.The lower level features floral and barnyard art, some whimsical works and handcrafted furniture and spirits racks. The fireplace on this level looks much like you find in northern Europe with tiled surrounds and fire pit. A long bench with pillars punctuates the hallway which is itself a shrine to the European roots of both families, with late 19th and early 20th century memorabilia. The kitchen area on this level contains more handcrafted furniture and primitive art with a Polynesian flair. Other handcrafted furniture is in the dining area and features a table and canopy set where two dimensional pig sculptures are set underneath a glass table surface. On the main level, the kitchen has both a clock collection and food preparation themes. The commercial grade kitchen equipment has its commercial grade hood handcrafted in copper and stainless steel and decorated with pieces showing food and food preparation. Moving down the hall takes you past handcrafted doors featuring whimsical doll and bird collections. A closet door is marked by a tiny shirt sculpture, and the main entrance doors are flanked by copper statues of a warrior and a maiden with decidedly Mayan countenances. The rooms on this level and on the upper level are themed. An Emerson Square Grand piano is in the “Big Room” with art featuring musicians and instruments completing the setting. Elsewhere is a profusion of arks, mostly English, some American, ceramic dogs, elephants, pigs, a watercolor done by the chimp named Washoe and a wire sculpture of Washoe, both English. The "Red Room” is hunt country. Horse art is everywhere from a tiny netsuke horse to a glass unicorn to Haitian and Russian representations of Czar Nicholas. Alan Rubin and Barbara Sparhawk have somehow snuck in as well. The staircase to the upper level tilts toward the grand but the eclectic artwork on the walls steals the show. At bottom is a ceramic showing presentation of “Lucille” by B.B. King to Pope John Paul. Other ceramics of medieval troubadours and maidens are nearby, as are whimsical pieces of birds and flowers. Climbing the stairs is a transition in styles from country scenes in the in-between space to cityscapes at the top.An upper level bedroom has nude studies by local artists, Valentin Popov and Barbara Sparhawk. Another bedroom features birds, cats and works by Elsa Rosenthal and Rosemary Gallick. A front bedroom has wall-sized pieces with nautical and tropical island themes, which carry over into a bath area which features a Titanic-styled chandelier. A significant number of pieces by Mark Miller are present, as is primitive art by Richmond-area outsider artists. Lillian was a founder of Virginians for Animal Welfare and Virginia Voters for Animal Welfare, organizations devoted to eliminating 19th century animal laws and practices from 21st century Virginia. So not surprisingly, Lillian collected a significant amount of animal art of all types: dogs, cats, pigs, chimps and barnyard animals of various shapes and sizes are all included. Lillian died December 9, 2014, and the time has come for Don to part with what made their life together. There will be a private sale by invitation and later to the public with some proceeds benefiting the Middleburg Humane Foundation and other charitable organizations. Comments Paul Zdepski, Artist Paul Zdepski has nearly 30 years of corporate design, teaching and freelance experience, utilizing traditional and cutting edge creative tools. He is an award-winning Illustrator and sought after Designer and Instructor. www.zillustration.com Jennifer Duncan, Artist As a young woman, I spent weekends and summers on a farm outside of Warrenton, where my horses lived. I often find that the plants, animals and landscapes of my native Virginia home childhood work their way onto my canvases. My paintings begin as abstract work, guided by line, shape and composition. I allow myself to play, and find the paintings revealing themselves to me as I build and take away layers of color to reveal a rustic and painterly surface. I love to incorporate found objects, and I’m always on the hunt for antique postcards or letters that will add intrigue to my painting’s story. I work primarily in acrylic on canvas, paper and board, mixing my media to include collage, oil pastel and graphite. Using a bright color palette, my work is representational and whimsical, reflective of how I view the world around me. www.jenniferduncanart.com Rosemary Gallick, Artist Rosemary Gallick is a Professor of Art and Art History at the Woodbridge campus of Northern Virginia Community College. She holds a B.A. from the State University of Stony Brook in Art, an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and a Master’s degree in Communication from Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and given various presentations on art and popular culture. In addition, she has been in numerous art exhibitions in the United States. Creating art since childhood has been an enduring passion. An avid devotee of pop culture, most recently Ms. Gallick has created a series of rock and roll portraits that have been exhibited widely. Inspired by the recent election, Ms. Gallick felt compelled to create portraits that combine the political, musical and media icons of the 21st century. https://www.google.com/#q=Rosemary+Gallick Barbara Sparhawk, Artist Barbara Sparhawk worked for Brandon Film Distributors, and John and Faith Hubley's animation studio: Storyboard; was an artist at Push-Pin Studios in NY; Commissioned by William F Buckley, Jr. to paint his portrait from sittings; Commissioned by James M Fox (Head of FBI-NY) to paint his portrait from sittings; Am the only woman to paint billboards above Times Square on a scaffold (including the Stone's 1973 World Tour billboard--I painted the Made In The Shade cover); historic Coney Island Carousels, rides and games painter; Barry Farber's WOR Radio Producer; Assistant Press Secretary to Manhattan Borough President Andrew Stein; US Congresswoman's Geraldine Ferraro's Press Secretary; writer and producer of the evening news for New York stations WCBS-TV, WABC-TV, and FOX TV; WABC Radio -- Rock and Roll Ross and Wilson Show producer; Covered the 1980 Democrat Convention for WCBS-TV NY; CBS TV Producer for Meredith Vieira, John Tesh, Chris Borgen, Rolland Smith, Jim Jensen, Dave Marash; cameraman's assistant on CBS TV Survivor-Africa, 2001; Producer of international radio financial talk show - Santa Cruz; Personal Chef for the Al Jardine (Beach Boys) family - Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur; proprietor of The Hawks Perch Gallery in Big Sur and Carmel Valley; author and illustrator of children's books and short stories. Educated at Goddard College, Vermont. St Martin's School of Art, London. New School for Social Research, NYC. Art Student's League, NYC. The Idyllwild Music and Arts Foundation, Laguna Beach Playhouse, La Jolla Museum School, California. Member: Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire Department; Animator's and Cartoonist's Guild. Director/Producer's Guild. Writer's Guild, East. https://thehawksperch.wordpress.com/

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Important Changes
To all our customers: Because of the confusion surrounding the way HiBid handles reserves, we have elected to cease using reserves on all auctions. For the remainder of Mr. Marro's auctions, we will instead set starting bids for each item at the prev...

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More preview opportunities added
Because we think it is so important to see art in person, we are offering more preview hours. You may now view the collection on any day by appointment between 10:00 - 3:00 as well as on Saturday , 4/21 Additionally, you may call for a different time...

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Refinements coming
We will today, 4/18, be adding dimensions to many of the lots , and better and additional pictures. All adjustments to starting bids have been made.

1101
Diamond Figures (3)
Each Picture is 12 inches tall 12 inches wide

1102
Vine
19 inches wide 23 inches tall Print

1104
Flower
6 inches wide 12 inches tall Print

1105
Lily
12x24 (approximately) Print

1106
Fish
12 inches wide 10 inches tall Print

1107
Seahorse
6 inches wide 8 inches tall Print

1108
Giraffe
13 inches tall 17 inches wide Print

1109
Elephant
13 inches high 17 inches wide Print

1110
Rabbits with Black Ears
P. Rolens 24 x 24 (approximately) Oil

1111
Rabbits in Snow
24 x 24 Oil

1112
Red Potpourri
HMS 16 inches wide 36 inches tall

1113
Yellow Monument
10 inches wide 12 inches high

1114
Nuts and Bolts
17 inches wide 22 inches high

1115
Pink Indian Print
Quilting 18 inches wide 13 inches high

1117
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10X13

1118
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1119
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1120
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1121
Carnival Horse Sketch
Nina Fraley Pencil 10x13

1122

1123

1124
Pals
BJ Byrd Oil 12x12

1125

1126
Blue Wind
Chrisanne Finefrock Acrylic 12x17

1127
White Horse
TR 12x17

1128

1129

1130
Horse
one side has chips

1131

1132

1201
Musicians (Africa)
Aziz 24 inches wide 20 inches high

1202
Ship
50 inches wide 36 inches high

1203
Spaniard on Horse
G Baeyens Oil 45 inches tall 32 inches wide

1204
North African Port
oil 42 inches wide 29 inches high

1301
"The Dutchess"
June Butcher Ink on Paper 41 inches tall 27 inches wide

1302
Clown
Dublin 37 inches wide 48 inches tall

1303
Sun/Moon/Earth/Stars
Robert Grace, CA 24x36

1303
Angels/Sun/Moon/Earth/Stars
Robert Grace, CA 24x36

1304

1305

1306
Angel
Linda Ely

1307

1308

1309

1310

1311
Sketch Collection 2
LaCole, Sim, Steinberg, Felstead

1312
Sketch Collection 3
Powell, Brimage, Denvir, Firmin

1313

1314
Wolves
Not Noted

1315
Dog on Bed
Not Noted

1316
Bernice
Ballard 24 inches wide 31 inches tall

1317
Two Women
By Tarkay Signed Art Print 30 inches tall 26 inches wide

1318

1319
Squirrels
Hannah Firmin

1320
Blue Wolf
LaCole

1400
Pig with a Muddy Nose
Anthony Barham Oil 19 inches wide 14 inches tall

1400
Sunday Brunch
Sally Olsen Watercolor 17 inches wide 12 inches high

1400
Pig Face
Susan Zilke Oil 15 inches wide 10 inches tall

1400
Two Spotted Pigs
Paul Zdepski 14.5 inches wide 14.5 inches tall

1401
Fenced Goat
Harris 28 inches wide 24 inches high

1402
Goat Herd
Harris 17 inches high 13 inches wide

1403
4 Sheep
Lynn Ferris 20 inches high 04 inches wide

1404
Pig
Deborah Conn 21 inches tall 17 inches wide

1405
Pigs: Lookin Out
Ellen J. White 23 inches tall 28 inches wide

1406
Mother and baby Sheep
Cheryl Voytek Oil 15 inches wide 17 inches tall

1407
Black and White Sheep
Sarah Van Gereik 12 inches high 16 inches wide

1408
Sheep and Lamb
SW 19 inches wide 13 inches tall

1409
Oxen
Sarah Van Gereik Actual Etching is 5.5 inches tall and 4.5 inches wide

1410
Shaggy Sheep Sketch
C Schlee Actual artwork is 3.5 inches high and 4.5 inches wide

1411
Black Sheep Portrait
BG 16 inches wide 13 inches tall

1412
2 Shaggy Sheep
Welch 13 inches wide 9 inches tall

1413
North Ronaldsay Sheep
C. Kuehner 12 inches wide 10 inches tall

1414
Green Cow
Carizala MEX 27 inches nose to tail

1415
Black and White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 33 inches tall 39 inches wide

1416

1417
2 White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 39 inches tall 39 inches wide

1418
Black and White Cows
Elsa S. Rosenthal 45 inches wide 26 inches tall

1419
Barbara Streisand
Rosemary Gallick

1426
The Samaritan Road
Lisa Johnson 21 inches wide 17 inches tall

1427
Melville/Hughes/Shaw Trio
19 inches wide 10 inches tall

1428
Carroll/Thoreau/Emerson Duo
20 inches tall 11 inches wide

1429

1430
Men Playing Checkers (France)
John Ash 25 inches wide 20 inches tall

1431
Checkers in the Park (France)
John Ash 25 inches wide 20 inches tall

1432
Snowy Corner (Brighton)
John Ash 30 inches wide 30 inched tall

1433
Abstract Floral
Nechis 31 inches wide 25 inches tall

1434
Water Pitcher and Fruit Bowl
Anastasia 32 inches wide 22 inches tall

1434
Fruit Bowl
Anastasia

1435
Blue Sunflower
Anastasia 20 inches high 25 inches wide

1437

1442
Planting the Crops
J. M. 25 inches wide 31 inches tall

1443
Scarecrow
NB 9 inches wide 13 inches tall

1444

1445
Scarecrow
EMG 6 inches wide 7.5 inches tall

1446
Bird on a Branch
Ewa K. Adamczyk 21 inches wide 17 inches tall

1447

1448
Bird with a Gourd
Mazzo 23 inches wide 32 inches tall

1449
Black Crow
Not Noted

1450

1451
Pink Lady in Fruit Hat
Fitzgerald 28 inches tall 17 inches wide

1452
Blue Window View
Actual Artwork is 13 inches wide 17 inches tall Frame 36 inches tall 28 inches wide

1453
Man Sleeping w/Book
Teddy Johnson 20 inches tall 16 inches wide

1454
Man Sleeping on Red Pillow
Teddy Johnson 13 inches wide 27 inches tall

1455
Sitting by Tub
Teddy Johnson 21 inches wide 24 inches tall

1456
Green Window View
Davis 28 inches wide 34 inches tall

1457
Fruit
EMS 13 inches tall 11 inches wide

1458
Man in Green Chair
Teddy Johnson 38 inches wide 32 inches tall

1459
Man Praying
ER Ganssie 20 inches wide 25 inches tall

1460
Boy Praying
ER Ganssie 20 inches wide 25 inches tall

1465
Delaplane Map
22 inches tall 26 inches wide

1466
Delaplane, Virginia
17 inches wide 14 inches tall

1467
Delaplane, Virginia
17 inches wide 14 inches tall

1468
Stone Bridge Budapest
13 inches tall 17 inches wide

1469
San Francisco Cable Car
Robert Kent Glass is cracked 29 inches wide 20 inches high

1469

1469
Hairy Pawter
22 inches tall 25 inches wide

1469
Dinosaur Fossils
27 inches wide 12 inches tall

1475

1476

1477

1478

1479

1499

1500

1500

1501

1502

1503

2101
Lady Ga Ga "Wired"
Rosemary Gallick 18 inches wide 23 inches tall

1506

2102
Woman with Feather Hair
Flo Stifel 24 inches wide 34 inches tall

1507

2103
Nixon
Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

1508

2104
Sinatra
By Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2105
Roosevelt
By Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2106
Bob Hope
Howard Allen Pencil 11 inches wide 15 inches tall

2107
Galileo
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2108
Van Gogh
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2109
Edward R. Murrow
By Barbara Sparhawk Oil 10 inches tall 9 inches wide

2111
Paul Rubens Self-Portrait (copy)
By Thomas Crammer 19 inches tall 15 inches wide

2112

2114
Broom
24 inches long

2115

2116

2117

2118
Snake on Wheels
Donna Dalton

2126
Panther/Cat Figure
30 inches long

2201
Man Playing the Cello
Wayne Anderson 20 inches wide 27 inches deep

2204
Saxophone Player
Wayne Anderson 16 inches tall 21 inches wide

2205
Woman in Sitting Room
M. Hansel 38 inches long 32 inches wide

2206
Woman in Waiting Room
John Ash 49 inches wide 49 inches tall

2207
Vase of Flowers with Cat
CLG 26 inches tall 20 inches wide

2210

2211
Peeka Poses with Easter Basket
Jane Casper 24 inches tall 22 inches wide

2212
"Cubs vs. Brewers CCLL"
Kathryn Billam 22 inches wide 18 inches tall

2213
Kids Playing with Flag
Rossi Selzer 14 inches wide 17 inches tall

2215

2216
Blue Pig with Wings
15 inches tall

2217

2218

2219
Pig: Metal Can
15 inches wide 11 inches tall

2222

2231

2238

2249

2251

2301
Abstract Floral
Jean Gallagher

2302
"Reflections"
Barbra AB Guay

2303

2305
Flowing Trees
Barbara Sparhawk

2306

2308

2309
Log Cabin
Barbara Sparhawk

2310
"Yosemite Daffodils"
Barbara Sparhawk

2317

2318

2401

2402

2403
Horse Color Sketch
Ruth A Mills

2404

2406

2409

2410
"Dots"
Zahm

2411
Porch Talk
Paul Miller Kline (after Hopper)

2412

2416
Night Watch
Jeannine Barton Regan

2418

2420

2421

2421

2422
Sheep
Devon & Cornwall

2424
Majestic Bear
Bethany Fowler

2425
Relaxing Rhinos
Bethany Fowler

2426

2427

2434

2501
Red Bus
J. J. Donaldson

2502
Cityscape: Night
Beverly Reidinger

2503
Cityscape: Evening
Beverly Reidinger

2505
Red Corner Building
Erin McGee Farrell

2508
City Street
Randolph Mean

2511

2512

2515

2516
Ants with Man
JoAn Cardiner

2519

2520

2521

2523
Houses: Night
Sen. Charles Hawkins

2524
Cityscape: Day
Beverly Reidinger

2527

2531

2533

2547

2548

2549
Sheep with Yellow Roses
Denise Bain Morris

2601
No Body Moo-ve
Susan Zilke

2603
Blue Cow
D. Ferrandino

2604

2605
Baby Calves
Jane Richey

2602

2606
Tree and Cow
Joy Wolf

2607
White Cows under Tree
Elsa S. Rosenthal

2608
Dairy II
AMS Fleming

2609

2610
White Tufted Cow
Jane Richey

2611
Cow
Painted by Barbara Quast

2612
Black Cows
N Lovallog

2613
Brown Cow
Porter

2614
Rooster
M.S. Adele

2615
Bovine Immortal
Jane Richey

2616

2617

2618