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Elizabeth R. Coffin

The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheik of the Ziban

Estimate:

10,000 - 15,000 USD

Elizabeth R. Coffin

Elizabeth R. Coffin

The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheik of the Ziban

The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheik of the Ziban

Estimate:

10,000 - 15,000 USD

Lot sold:

100,800

USD

Authenticity guarantee

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Elizabeth R. Coffin

American

1850-1930

The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheik of the Ziban


signed Elizabeth R. Coffin. (lower left); inscribed, dated, and signed The Old Falconer of Ben Gana, Sheik of the Ziban, painted at Biskra, Algeria - 1906 - by Elizabeth R. Coffin (reverse)

oil on canvas

canvas:20 by 16 in.; 51 by 40.7 cm

framed: 28½ by 24¼ in.; 72.5 by 61.8 cm

The canvas is not lined. The paint surface is in good condition but under a soiled varnish. Under UV light, no apparent inpainting..


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Vassar College, New York (gift from the artist, 1916)
Victor Spark (acquired from the above, 1946)
Paul and Herta Erbguth, 1946-1950
Alfred and Frieda Kloeckner (gift from the above, 1990s)
Thence by descent to the present owners