village scene with church, sgn. and inscribed l.l. Canton-Mass./Seager
graphite pencil drawing, 8 by 12 in., matted, framed, under glass.; along with
RALSTON CRAWFORD (American, 1906-1978)
flower studies, inscribed on reverse R C E D-754 (Ralston Crawford estate number)
pen and ink, 12 by 15.5 in. (Reverse not visible as framed).
SAMUEL JOHNSON WOOLF (American, 1880-1948)
portrait of Hoover, sgn. l.r. in pencil S.J. Woolf, lithograph, matted, framed under glass
Acquired by the consignor directly from the estate of the artist.
New Yorker Woolf, was a frontline illustrator/correspondent during WWI for Time Magazine. From 1924-1935, Woolf produced two hundred charcoal portraits for Time. He exhibited at the NY Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY National Academy of Design, the NY Public Library; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA; the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts; and the Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C.