Important American Furniture, Paintings, Folk Art and Decorative Arts – January 22, 2013 Auction Results

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Lot 111

111: Cut Out  of Soldier Riding a Horse, Holding Pistol 111: Cut Out  of Soldier Riding a Horse, Holding Pistol 111: Cut Out  of Soldier Riding a Horse, Holding Pistol

Cut Out of Soldier Riding a Horse, Holding Pistol

American School, 1825-1850
Watercolor and ink on paper
6 _ x 7 inches

Handwritten label on verso Inscribed on reverse: "Fractur (sic) Horseman" by William Henry Oberholtzer. Found in Jerrico, Pa. but originally came from New Jersey. Evidently the work of a school student. Other fracturs sic) by the same artist have been shown at the Becker Gallery, New York and from the treatment I would conclude this item is one of his earlier works- Arch E. Horn- Am. Folk Art / Gallery, 113 West 13th St. New York"

Provenance: Arch E. Horne, American Folk Art Gallery, New York

Estimate: $200 - $400

Price Realized: $248