The American and Canadian Salon

February 26March 03, 2022
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LOT 14

Lot 14

RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)

RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)
Lot 14 Details
RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892), American

LANDSCAPE (EARLY AUTUMN)

Oil on canvas; signed lower right
14 ins x 20 ins; 35.6 cms x 50.8 cms

Estimate $600-$800

Realised: $780
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)
  • RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)
  • RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)
  • RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)
  • RICHARD PAULI (Active ca. 1855-1892)
Provenance:

Elizabeth Bridget (Lady Shaughnessy), Montreal, PQ;
The Honourable Marguerite Shaughnessy, Montreal;
By descent to her granddaughter, Mrs. Norman Mais, Fort Tipperary, St. Andrews, NB on May 8, 1937;
Gift of Mrs. Norman Mais;
To the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB on May 23, 1985, Accession No. 1985-13;
Deaccessioned to benefit art purchases at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery

Literature:

This work is cited in "The Beaverbrook Art Gallery” September 1985, No. 33 issue, n.p. It is mentioned as one of two Barbizon-influenced paintings donated by Mrs. Mais (the other being, Lot 15 in this sale by the American artist John Francis Murphy (1853–1921)

Note:

The Shaughnessy family of Montreal and St. Andrews, NB were connected to the Canadian Pacific Railway and were among the early patrons and supporters of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.

“Landscape (Early Autumn)” is mentioned as one of two Barbizon-influenced paintings donated by Mrs. Mais, the other being Lot 15 in this auction by the American artist John Francis Murphy (1853–1921).

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