The American and Canadian Salon

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LOT 209

Lot 209

ERNEST BRUCE NELSON (1888-1952)

ERNEST BRUCE NELSON (1888-1952)
Lot 209 Details
ERNEST BRUCE NELSON (1888-1952), American

WOODSTOCK, 1911

oil on board; signed "E.B. Nelson" lower left, signed, titled, and dated August 1911 in pencil verso
8.25 ins x 10 ins; 21 cms x 25.4 cms

Estimate $1,000-$1,500

Realised: $5,100
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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ERNEST BRUCE NELSON (1888-1952)
  • ERNEST BRUCE NELSON (1888-1952)
  • ERNEST BRUCE NELSON (1888-1952)
Provenance:

The Estate of Dr. Sean Murphy, Montreal by descent from his mother, Canadian artist, Cecil Tremayne Buller and his father, John J. A. Murphy, printmaker in New York

Note:

Nelson's works were exhibited at the Stendahl & Merick Reynolds Galleries, Woodstock, NY, 1911. He is said to have painted murals in the home of James Fennimore Cooper.

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