Emil Carlsen : Copper kettle and porcelain coffee pot, ca.1910.
ECA Record Control Number: 1271
Archives of American Art #: 68020086
Record Level: Item
Record Type: Movable work
Work Title: Copper kettle and porcelain coffee pot
Alternate Work Titles:
Brass Kettle with Porcelain Coffee Pot
Still life copper kettle & pan
Work Date: ca.1910 [from front of canvas – but slightly illegible]
Work Creator: Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Work Medium: Oil on canvas
Work Dimensions: 20-1/4 x 24-1/4 inches | 19-3/4 x 23-3/4 inches
Location: At lower right.
Text: ‘Emil Carlsen. 1910.?’.
Description of Work:
ca.2006 Private collection of [unknown] ;
ca.2006 ( Meredith Long & Company [1957- ], 2323 San Felipe, Houston, TX 77019 ) ;
ca.1990 Private collection of [unknown] ;
ca.1990 Vance Jordan Fine Art [1987-2003], 958 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021 | Jordan-Volpe Gallery [c.1978-1987], 457 West Broadway, New York, NY
1990 ( Coe Kerr Gallery [1968-1993], 244 Madison Avenue, Suite 5440, New York, NY 10016 ) ;
before 1990 Private collection of Dale Duffy?, Santa Barbara, CA ;
ca.1910 Emil Carlsen [1848-1932], the artist .
2006 Meredith Long & Company, Houston, TX, “Still Life Exhibition“, May 4 -?.
1999 Vance Jordan Fine Art, New York, NY, “Quiet Magic: The Still-Life Paintings of Emil Carlsen“, October 28 – December 10.
1992 Jordan-Volpe Gallery, New York, NY, “American Selections, 1850-1950“, x-x.
– “Emil Carlsen Ad for Meredith Long & Company“, Houston, TX, unknown magazine, 2006, illustrated: color.
– Magazine Ad provided by Amon Carter Center, Fort Worth, TX.
– Vance Jordan Fine Art, New York, NY, Exhibition Catalog, “Quiet Magic: The Still-Life Paintings of Emil Carlsen“, October 28 – December 10, 1999, #25.
– Jordan-Volpe Gallery, New York, NY, Exhibition Catalog, “American Selections, 1850-1950“, 1992, pg. 22-23, illustrated.
1990 – $125,000 USD [retail]
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Original compiled and researched document by the Emil Carlsen Archives, 266 West 21st Street, Suite 4E, New York, NY 10011.
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Record Birth Date:
February 2, 2014
May 2, 2017