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ALICE SCHILLE, CA. 1920-40, W/C, SANGRE DE CRISTO MT. RANGE, NM. Signed “A. SCHILLE” l.r. Family records note that this painting is of the Sangre de Cristo mountains from Helene Wurlitzer’s home in Taos, NM. The Sangre de Cristo mountains are the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains, running from south central Colorado into northern New Mexico. The second peak from the left on recto contains a pencil inscription “Emery”. Emery Peak is a 7,322 ft. mountain northeast of the Sangre de Cristo range. Sight 10 1/2” x 13 1/2”, frame 18 3/4” x 21”.   Condition: examined out of frame and paper is applied to card stock (see images)  appears in overall very good condition with nicely aged toning throughout.

Lot #32: ALICE SCHILLE, CA. 1920-40, W/C, SANGRE DE CRISTO MT. RANGE, NM. Signed “A. SCHILLE” l.r. Family records note that this painting is of the Sangre de Cristo mountains from Helene Wurlitzer’s home in Taos, NM. The Sangre de Cristo mountains are the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains, running from south central Colorado into northern New Mexico. The second peak from the left on recto contains a pencil inscription “Emery”. Emery Peak is a 7,322 ft. mountain northeast of the Sangre de Cristo range. Sight 10 1/2” x 13 1/2”, frame 18 3/4” x 21”. Condition: examined out of frame and paper is applied to card stock (see images) appears in overall very good condition with nicely aged toning throughout. for sale at TODAY is the LAST Day to Submit Phone Bids and to be Pre-Approved to Bid in tomorrow's Important Mid Winter Estate Auction on Feb, 2021

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