Auction ended on May 1st, 2010 UTC
517: Louise Cox painting
(Louise Howland King Cox, American, 1865-1945), still life with dianthus in an Asian bowl, signed lower right "Louise Cox A.N.A", oil on canvas, 18-1/2 x 23-5/8 in.; 20th century gilt wood frame. Retouch top center at repaired tears, laid on Masonite, crackle; frame with abrasions. Provenance: Private Collection, Sewickley, Pennsylvania Louise Cox was the wife of artist and instructor Kenyon Cox. She painted in New York, California, and Cornish, New Hampshire.
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