Rafael Osona's Annual Auction Catalog 2019 2016 - Page 97

319. BRONZE SCULPTURE “THE MOUNTAIN MAN”, attributed to Frederic Sackrider Remington (American 18611909) depicting a man on horseback descending a steep cliff face. Height 25 ¼ in. Note: Remington was an American painter, illustrator and sculptor. Celebrated for his depictions of cowboys, Native Americans and soldiers, he played a major role in defining the persistent popular image of the “Old West.” 320. RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BURL ELMWOOD AND PARCEL EBONIZED OAKWOOD LIBRARY TABLE, English, 2nd half of the 19th century, rectangular highly figured elmwood top with molded edge on a columned trestle base. Height 29 ¼ in. Length 44 ¾ in. Width 26 ½ in. 321. GARNET PAVATEA (AMERICAN 19151981) HOPI POLYCHROME SEED JAR, painted in reddish brown and black over a creamy orange slip with a repeating design of avian motifs, signed on the base. Height 6 ¼ in. Diameter 13 in. 322. NATIVE AMERICAN PLAINS PIPE, last quarter of the 19th century, the catlinite (pipestone) T-shaped bowl of “Four Winds” type, the ashwood stem carved with animal totems and bound with multicolored plaited quillwork. Length 35 ¾ in. 323. SIOUX BEADED HIDE CRADLEBOARD, late 19th century, tapering elongated triangular board with round top, covered in soft hide decorated with a polychrome beaded panel and red and blue wool trimmed aperture with hide lacing, hide fringe and strap on back. Length 34 ½ in. Width 13 ½ in. Provenance: Christie’s Sale 8178, 08 June 1995, Lot 215 94