Oil on Canvas, Signed Albert Sterber, Dated 1911, Monumental, Provenance

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Oil on Canvas Framed by Albert Sterber, Dated 1911. This impressive, impeccably well done work is a larger than life-sized oil painting. Quite simply the finest and largest piece done by this regarded American artist. This item having hung in several exhibitions documented on the reverse.
Unframed: 78 in. height x 50 widthRemoved directly from Dr Shawn Garber’s home on the Gold Coast of Long Island. Part of an extensive collection seen only in our showroom.
Albert Sterner Oil on Canvas, Marian Hoffman with “Pierrot” and “Flossie”, The Champion Countess of Ormonde, Clumber Spaniel taken while winning Best of Breed at Madison Square Garden in NYC documented on reverse. Sterner (1863-1946) was born in London, and attended King Edward’s School, Birmingham. After a brief period in Germany, he studied drawing in Paris with Jean-Léon Gérôme and Gustave Boulanger.[1] He eventually moved to the United States in 1879 to join his family who had previously moved to Chicago.[2][3] His brother was the architect Frederick Sterner, who had a career in Chicago and Denver before joining his brother in New York.[4] Removed directly from Dr. Shawn Garber’s home on the Gold Coast of Long Island. Part of an extensive collection seen only in our showroom. Provenance: The Entire Collection of Mrs. and Dr. Shawn M. Garber NY Leading Bariatric Surgeon.

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    Materials and Techniques: Canvas
    Height: 86.500 in. (219.71 cm)
    Width: 57.000 in. (144.78 cm)
    Depth: 2.000 in. (5.08 cm)
    Date of Manufacture: 1911
    Period: 1910-1919