2104

SPUN STEEL SCONCE c.1950





Painted spun steel sconce, five in stock.
d=10.25", h=9.5"
$79.00 each.
2101

WALNUT COFFEE TABLE c.1970






Walnut coffee table with one shelf. 
w=5', d=21", h=14"
$249.00
2102

EARLY SPINNING WHEEL c.1850




Decorative spinning wheel, would make a great plant stand. 
$175.00
2104

ORIGINAL PAINTING 


BY ANTONIO MASSELOTTE c.1937





Original oil painting by known artist Antonio Masselotte (1887-1983). Signed and dated 1937.  

33.5" x 26" plus 4" frame.
$1200.00

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Born in 1887 in Quebec, Antonio Lingo is the son of the painter Paul-Gaston Lingo and Josephine Balteo. Lingo was introduced to painting with his father. He studied with the brothers in the Faubourg Saint-Jean-Baptiste in Quebec, and he began his artistic training at the School of Arts and Crafts in Quebec, among others, Charles Edmond Huot and Lemoine. He continued his training in Europe in 1911 in Paris and Antwerp (Belgium). He then settled as a painter in Quebec. Earlier in his career, Lingo is mainly dedicated to the art of landscape and portrait, but quickly turns to history painting. He directed several religious works, including a fresco of Golgotha, painted in 1919, which is in the church of Sainte-Luce. In 1943, he had restored the twelve tables Charles Huot made ​​for the church of Saint-Sauveur in Quebec. In 1949, Father Joseph Letendre B├ęcancour buys the fourteen stations of the cross for the hundredth anniversary of his church. The artist also makes paintings for the church of Saint-Thomas de Montmagny, Saint-Bernard Island-aux-Coudres and Saint True to Quebec. Lingo also painted historical works on the period New France, including the arrival in Quebec of the Hospitallers and Ursulines in 1639 (to 1921), The Jacques Cartier pilgrimage to Notre Dame de Rocamadour (1921) at the Church of St. Francis of sitting in Quebec and four historical paintings depicting the origin of faith in Canada for the church of Saint-Zephirin in Quebec (1924). He died in 1983.
1790

PINE WARDROBE c.1860






Pine wardrobe found in an early Port Hope home.  Painted white with hanging bar and brass hardware.
W=41", D=18.75", H=83"
$750.00
2100

NESTING TABLES c.1980





Glass and chrome nesting tables. 
w=20", d=20", h=22"
$189.00
2103

BAMBOO AND RATTAN 


SIDE TABLE c.1970






Side table with one drawer and one shelf.  
w=17.5", d=17.5, h=25
$119.00
2097

PINE WASHSTAND c.1880




Painted pine washstand with one drawer, one shelf and porcelain knobs. 
w=35", d=18.5", h=29"
$199.00
2096

RATTAN WING CHAIR c.1980




Rattan wing chair with corduroy upholstery.  Condition noted on upholstery.
$129.00
2099

RATTAN BARREL CHAIR c.1980




Rattan chair with corduroy upholstery. 
$109.00
2094

RATTAN SETTEE c.1980





Settee with cotton upholstery.  Easily reupholstered.  
w=52", d=32", h=32.5 back.
$229.00
2095

RATTAN DISPLAY CASE  c.1980






Rattan open display with glass shelves. 
w=31", d=16", h=78"
$229.00
2093

EARLY EMPIRE STYLE


 PARLOUR CHAIR






Parlour chair with c.1840 pine frame and c.1960 upholstery fabric. 
$189.00
2090

SHERIDAN STYLE 


WALNUT VANITY c.1920






Serpentine walnut vanity with mirror on reeded tapered legs and beading around drawers.  Would make a great bathroom vanity or a lady's writing desk.
w=48", d=18.5", h=66"
$490.00
2091

TEAK DISPLAY CABINET c.1970





Teak cabinet with lighting in the top glass door display cupboard and a bottom cupboard for storage.
w=24.5, d=18", h=65.5"
$239.00
2089

ANTIQUE GILT FRAME MIRROR





32" x 39"
$190.00
2092

TOLE FLORAL CHANDELIER








Six candle chandelier with glass fleurets.
$275.00