Lot 11


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MARY DENEALE MORGAN (CALIFORNIA, 1868-1948) LANDSCAPE TRIPTYCH, oil on board, a fine and rare example of the artist's work, probably depicting cypress trees on the Monterey Coast, signed at lower edge of center panel. Housed in a modern frame. Circa 1920. 8" x 29" sight, 14" x 35" OA.
Catalogue Note: Born in San Francisco, Mary DeNeale Morgan (1868-1948) was a painter, teacher, etcher, and illustrator who remained in her native state throughout her life. Morgan studied with Emil Carlsen and William Merrit Chase, among others, and was awarded a silver medal at the 1915 Pan-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. She served as Director for the Carmel Summer School of Art from 1917-1925 and frequently turned to the rugged cypress trees that dot the rocky coastline near Carmel for artistic inspiration.


Excellent overall condition. Not examined out of frame.

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The important collection of H. Marshall Goodman Jr., Richmond, VA.
Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, 6/28/2008, lot 345.
Property of Elizabeth S. Fagan, Hot Springs, VA. Descended in the family.