|481. E. Austen
(American, 20th century), "Michigan Lake Camp
Scene", c.1940; oil/canvas, 14" x 24", signed.
Nice regional subject matter and well executed. 800-1200
|482. Paul Fontaine Mersereau
(American, b.1868), "The Blacksmith", c.1904; oil/canvas, 29" x 31",
signed and dated. Mersereau was a Shreveport,
Louisiana painter. He studied in Paris, and was a member
of the Society of National Academy artists, and
his work is included in numerous public collections
in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
|483. C. Myron Clark (American,
19th-20th century), "Upstate New York Landscape", c.1894 ; watercolor/ paper, 14"
x 18", signed and dated, very well framed. This is a very tight, early work by
this painter, and his most desirable subject. Clark's talent as a watercolorist
far exceeded his later marine work executed in oil.
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