Rafael Osona's Annual Auction Catalog 2019 2016 - Page 119

433. ALBERTUS VERHOESEN (DUTCH 1806-1881) “A SMALL FAMILY CONTRETEMPS”, oil on mahogany panel, signed and dated lower left, A. Verhoesen, 1843, in mid19th century gilt gessoed wood frame. 5 ¼ in. x 7 in. Overall 16 in. x 18 in. 434. ALBERTUS VERHOESEN (DUTCH 1806-1881) “AN INTRIGUING VISITOR”, oil on mahogany panel, signed and dated lower left, A. Verhoesen, 1845, in mid-19th century gilt gessoed wood frame. 5 ¼ in. x 7 in. Overall 16 in. x 18 in. 435. UNUSUAL MAJOLICA URN, Continental, 19th century, baluster form with two handles modeled as a hand grasping a spotted snake, the body applied with fruiting oak branches, raised on four grotesque figures on stepped circular base, rim and foot applied with scallop shells. Height 17 ½ in. Diameter 9 ½ in. 436. MAJOLICA TWO HANDLED URN, Continental, 19th century, festooned with bean vines bearing clusters of creamy white pods. Height 16 ¾ in. Diameter 11 in. 437. JULES-ERNEST MARTIN-CHABLIS (FRENCH 19TH & 20TH C.) “VUE SUR LE FLEUVE AVEC BLANCHISSEUSES”, oil on canvas riverscape with laundresses in an open shed and a fisherman in his boat, in a late 19th c. gilt gessoed frame. 16 in. x 24 in. 116