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PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OF TWO NEW JERSEY FAMILIES

Attributed to Mary Way (1769-1833) or Betsy Way Champlain (1771-1825)
DRESSED MINIATURE OF EBENEZER WILLIAM SAGE (1788-1833)
Estimation
8 00012 000
Lot. Vendu 16,250 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
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296

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OF TWO NEW JERSEY FAMILIES

Attributed to Mary Way (1769-1833) or Betsy Way Champlain (1771-1825)
DRESSED MINIATURE OF EBENEZER WILLIAM SAGE (1788-1833)
Estimation
8 00012 000
Lot. Vendu 16,250 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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Attributed to Mary Way (1769-1833) or Betsy Way Champlain (1771-1825)
DRESSED MINIATURE OF EBENEZER WILLIAM SAGE (1788-1833)
together with a framed triptych of early photographs of similar works (2 pieces).
Cut paper, applied black lace and silk fabric
3 by 2 1/2 in.
Circa 1825
Middletown, Connecticut
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Description

Ebenezer William Sage was the grandson of Brigadier General Comfort Esquire Sage (1731-1799) and Sarah Hamlin Sage (1730-1799).

Additional information on Mary Way And Betsy Way Champlain is available in Brian Ehrlich, "Mary Way And Betsy Way Champlain: Evaluating The Shared Artistry," Antiques & Fine Art, (Autumn 2014) 130-9.

Important Americana

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New York