Emil Carlsen : Still life with ceramic vase, ca.1923.
ECA Record Control Number: 1817
Archives of American Art #: -none-
Record Level: Item
Record Type: Movable Work
Work Title: Still life with ceramic vase
Alternate Work Titles:
1999: Still life with ceramic vase [from exhibition catalog]
Work Date: ca.1923 [date based on painting technique, style, subject matter, still life items used and palette]
Work Creator: Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Work Medium: Oil
Work Dimensions: 11-3/4 x 10 inches
Location: At lower left.
Text: ‘Emil. Carlsen.’.
Description of Work:
Vertical composition of a Roman single handle white glass ewer on a stand and three Asian snuff bottles in yellow purple-black and black with stoppers. In the painting foreground at the left is a yellow glass snuff bottle on a black stand with stopper. In the middle-ground at far right is a purple-black on black stand glass snuff bottle with stopper with a black glass snuff bottle with a clear glass globe stopper partially hidden behind it. In the painting background just right of center canvas is a large single handled white glass ewer on a black Asian stand. The horizon is about one-quarter from the bottom of the painting. The ground and background are a brushy non-descript yellow-ocher. [ECA]
ca. 1998 unknown .
1998 Private estate of Anna (Weir Ely) Smith [1918-1998], Falls Village, CT ;
ca. 1923 Private collection of Anna (Weir Ely) Smith [1918-1998] & Edward Gregory Smith [1913-1998], Falls Village, CT ;
ca.1923 Emil Carlsen [1848-1932], the artist .
1999 Vance Jordan Gallery, New York, NY, “Emil Carlsen: Quiet Magic“, October 28 – December 10.
– Vance Jordan Fine Art, New York, NY, Exhibition Catalog, “Emil Carlsen: Quiet Magic“, October 28 – December 10, 1999, #33.
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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 4, 2014
November 12, 2016