Cabinet vases. Art glass from around 1900 made by Tiffany Studios of New York City.

Decorated Cabinet Vase Decorated cabinet vase in favrile glass. ca. 1898-1900. American. Maker’s marks: engraved “L.C.T./Q40” on the base. Image © 2021 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2021/design/decorated-cabinet-vase
Favrile and millifiore art glass cabinet vase, with overall purple iridescence with silver vines, green ivy and interspersed millifiore. ca. 1902. American. Maker’s marks: Inscribed “L.C.T.” to the base. Image © 1stDibs.com, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/tiffany-favrile-millifiore-glass-cabinet-vase-circa-1902/id-f_20371202/
Favrile glass cabinet vase. Early 20th c. American. Maker’s marks: marked “L.C.T, H. 1518”. Imaged by and image © Heritage Auctions, HA.com. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/glass/tiffany-studios-favrile-glass-cabinet-vase-early-20th-centurymarks-lct-h-15182-x-4-inches-51-x-102-cm-/a/8006-79291.s

Bird art, painted by American artist Jessie Arms Botke. Living from 1883 to 1971, she worked with Albert Herter.

“Ducks.” 1920. American. Painting. Image source: Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists” Saint Louis: City Art Museum, 1920. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ducks_by_Jessie_Arms_Bottke.jpg
“Pair of Egrets.” Undated. American. Oil and gold leaf on canvas laid down on Masonite. Signed “JESSIE ARMS BOTKE” on the lower right. Private collection. © Estate of the artist. Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2021/two-centuries-american-art/pair-of-swans
“Cockatoos and Avocado.” Undated. American. Oil on canvas laid down on board. Signed “Jessie Arms Botke.” on the lower right. © Estate of the artist. Image © Christie’s 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/en/lot/lot-4972017

Novelty barware, shot cups (jiggers) with a stoplight motif running up the front. mid 20 century. Made in the United States and Canada.

Stoplight shot cup. 1930s. American. Sterling silver with red, yellow and green circles, indicating STOP, CAUTION, and GO. Made and signed by ALVIN. Image © 1stDibs.com, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/silver-flatware-silverplate/flatware-individual-pieces/stop-caution-go-stoplight-enamel-sterling-shot-cup/id-j_10829822/

Mid-century Chrome jigger decorated with a green, yellow, and red colored traffic light design and a bakelite handle. As the liquid capacity of the spirit measure increases the engraved warnings signal Safe, and Caution, Danger. Mid 20th c. Canadian. Glo-Hill Canada, maker. Image © SIR JACK’S. Fair use license. via https://sirjacks.com/products/vintage-chrome-stoplight-jigger/
Brass stoplight jigger with green, yellow, and red lucite lights corresponding to “safe, caution, danger.” Vintage, probably mid 20th c. Canadian. Glo-Hill, Canada, maker. Maker’s marks: marked “Reg’d Design, Glo-Hill, Canada” on the base. Image © 2021 – WorthPoint Corporation. Fair use license. via https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/stoplight-jigger-shot-glass-bar-cup-1837827424

Paintings of the Ramapo River which flows in the states of New York and New Jersey in the United States. Jasper Francis Cropsey, painter. Living from 1823 to 1900, he was a member of the Hudson River School. A follower of American landscapist Thomas Cole. Cropsey was also an architect.

“Autumn on the Ramapo River – Erie Railway.”1876. American. oil on canvas. Image ©  2021 Saint Johnsbury Athenaeum. Fair use license, via https://www.stjathenaeum.org/jasper-f-cropsey-
“Autumn Light on the Ramapo.” Undated. American. Image © 1996-2021, Amazon.com, Inc. Artwork itself in the public domain. via https://www.amazon.com/Autumn-Ramapo-Jasper-Francis-Cropsey/dp/B017TOHCL4?th=1
“Autumn On Ramapo River New Jersey.” Undated. American. Image © 2021 BEVERLY A MITCHELL. Fair use license. via https://www.beverlyamitchell.com/autumn-on-ramapo-river-new-jersey-by-jasper-francis-cropsey/

Geyser art, paintings of geysers in Yellowstone National Park that is. American artist Grafton Tyler Brown. Living from 1841 to 1918, Brown was the first Black artist to depict California and the Pacific Northwest. He served as expedition artist on the Amos Bowman Geological Survey in 1881.

“Castle Geyser, Yellowstone.” 1891. American. Oil on canvas. Collections of the Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis. Image © 2021 Tribune-Star. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via https://www.tribstar.com/features/bash/indys-eiteljorg-museum-to-present-holiday-events-in-renovated-western-art-space/article_324f35d7-0d92-55a2-b49f-adbb18c1eada.html
“Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park.” 1887.American. Image source khanacademy.org. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Grafton_Tyler_Brown,_Old_Faithful_Geyser,_Yellowstone_National_Park,_1887.tif
“A Yellowstone Geyser.” Undated. American. Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right. Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died over 100 years ago. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Grafton_Tyler_Brown_-A_Yellowstone_Geyser2009.4329-_Museum_of_Fine_Arts.jpg

The American West that isn’t coming back. American, painted by James Everett Stuart. Living from 1852 to 1941, he studied at the San Francisco School of Design.

“Sunset Glow Mount Shasta.” 1921. American. Image © Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via http://bodegabayheritagegallery.com/Stuart_James_Everett.htm
“Exposed Reef Sitka Sound.” July 17, 1891. American. Signed on the lower left. Image © Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via http://bodegabayheritagegallery.com/Stuart_James_Everett.htm
“Looking across the top of Shoshone Falls, Idaho.” June 21, 1885. American. Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower left. Image © David Dee Fine Arts. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via https://www.daviddeefinearts.com/artists/james-everett-stuart?view=slider
“The Grand Geyser – Upper Geyser Basin Yellowstone.” July, 1885. American. Oi on canvas. Signed on the lower right. Image © David Dee Fine Arts. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via https://www.daviddeefinearts.com/artists/james-everett-stuart?view=slider

Pictures of fruit that looks delicious. American. Richard LaBarre Goodwin, artist. Living from 1840 to 1910, he studied art in New York City.

“Still Life with Strawberries,” ca. 1885.American. Oil on canvas. Signed on the lower right. Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art. Image The Pennsylvania State University © 2021. Fair use license. via https://news.psu.edu/photo/500010/2018/01/08/richard-la-barre-goodwin-still-life-strawberries-c-1885
Strawberries. Undated. American. Image © 2021 FineArtAmerica.com. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/richard-la-barre-goodwin-1840-1910-strawberries-celestial-images.html
“A Basket of Cherries.” Undated. American. Signed on the lower right. Image © museumartpaintings.com Inc.Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via http://museumartpaintings.com/A-Basket-of-Cherries-by-Richard-LaBarre-Goodwin-13721.html#.YDZ5TehKjqU
“Currants.” 1895. American. Image ©2021 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/richard-la-barre-goodwin/currants-3J3uP0kQwyLO-fIDuqvGfA2

Imagery from the 1907 “Chanson de Roland (The Song of Roland),” translated from the Old French by Isabel Butler. Designed by Bruce Rogers. A headpiece vignette and five roundels, all hand-colored, based on stained glass windows in Chartres Cathedral.

“I. The Treachery of Ganelon”. Headpiece vignette. Page 8. Collections of the Wellesley College Library. Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/songofroland00butl_0/page/n8/mode/1up
Roundel. Page 9. Collections of the Wellesley College Library. Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/songofroland00butl_0/page/9/mode/1up
Roundel. Page 18. Collections of the Wellesley College Library. Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/songofroland00butl_0/page/18/mode/1up
Roundel. Page 20. Collections of the Wellesley College Library. Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/songofroland00butl_0/page/20/mode/1up
Roundel. Page 21. Collections of the Wellesley College Library. Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/songofroland00butl_0/page/21/mode/2up
Roundel. Page 30. Collections of the Wellesley College Library. Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/songofroland00butl_0/page/30/mode/2up

Portraits of Native Americans from before a lot of people decided to go out west and it was never the same again. From George Catlin’s work, “O-Kee-Pa; a Religious Ceremony; and other Customs of the Mandans,” an account of an annual religious ceremony practiced by the Mandan tribe. Published in 1867.

Page 62. George Catlin, artist. Simonau and Toovey, lithographers. Collections of the University of Pittsburgh Library System.  Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/okeepareligiousc00catl/page/n62/mode/1up
Page 71. George Catlin, artist. Simonau and Toovey, lithographers. Collections of the University of Pittsburgh Library System.  Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/okeepareligiousc00catl/page/n70/mode/1up
Page 95. George Catlin, artist. Simonau and Toovey, lithographers. Collections of the University of Pittsburgh Library System.  Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation, digitalizing sponsor. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/okeepareligiousc00catl/page/n94/mode/1up

These were published towards the end of Catlin’s life, but the images and the text refer back to a visit in July of 1832 when Catlin was joined by, among others, a J. Kipp who was agent for the Missouri Fur Company.

Illustrations and textile designs. American. Stevan Dohanos, designer and illustrator. Living from 1907 to 1994, Dohanos is best known for his covers for the “Saturday Evening Post.”

“Four Seasons.” Textile design that was also used as a cover illustration for Famous Artists Magazine, Volume 6, Number 1, Autumn 1957. Design ca. 1950. American. Casein on board. © Estate of the artist. Image © Swann Auction Galleries. Fair use license. via https://catalogue.swanngalleries.com/Lots/auction-lot/ADVERTISING-STEVAN-DOHANOS-Four-Seasons?saleno=2526&lotNo=5&refNo=766080
“Four H Fair.” Undated. American. © Estate of the artist. Image © 2002 – 2020 by Wayfair LLC. Fair use license. via https://www.wayfair.com/decor-pillows/pdx/marmont-hill-four-h-fair-by-stevan-dohanos-painting-print-on-wrapped-canvas-marm2869.html
“Catching Home Run Ball.” Done for the “Saturday Evening Post.” 1950. American. © Estate of the artist. Image  © 2020 Saturday Evening Post Society. Fair use license. via https://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2014/10/stevan-dohanos/