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[[underline]] OIL PAINTINGS AND PASTELS BY WERNER SCHOLZ [[/underline]] (Continued)

Lot No. | Identification No. | Quantity | Description

27 | 651 | 1 | Oil painting, 28 1/2" x 35", entitled, "Magdalena"

28 | 652 | 1 | Oil painting, 25 1/2" x 31", entitled, Amarillis"

29 | 653 | 1 | Oil painting, 26" x 29", entitled, "Girl With Yellow Hat"

30 | 654 | 1 | Oil painting, 23" x 30", entitled, "Fire Lily"

31 | 655 | 1 | Oil painting, 25 1/2" x 31", entitled, "Worker"

32 | 656-663 & 665 | 9 | Pastels, 19" x 25", mounted on mats 24" x 32", having the following titles, "Dancing Girl", "Girls", "Boys", "Man", "Two Women", "Woman With Child", "Girl with Hat", "Bishop", "Woman with Red Blouse".

33 | 666-675 | 10 | Pastels, 19" x 25", mounted on mats 24" x 32", having the following titles, "Lovers", "Woman's Head", "Dancer", "Dancer", "Girl in Chair", "Dancing Girl in Red Skirt", "Cabaret Dancer", "Dancer", "Dancer", "Nun".

34 | 1 - 10 | 10 | Pastels, 18" x 25", unframed and unmatted, with the following titles, "Blond Boy", "Two Grils", "Women", "Man", "Two Freezing Children", "Woman with Hat", "Tyrolean", "Woman with Walking Stick", "Pregnancy", "Praying Nuns and Child".

[[underline]] LOTS NOS. 35 - 41 [[/underline]] (Inclusive)

[[underline]] ANTIQUE BULGARIAN FOLK EMBROIDERY [[/underline]]

Lots Nos. 35 to 41 inclusive, as follows, comprise the collection of Antique Bulgarian Folk Embroidery, collected and formerly owned by Velko M. Baboff, Director, Bulgarian Art Gallery, Sofia. This collection was exhibited January 14 to February 13, 1933, at the International Art Center of Roerich Museum, 310 Riverside Drive, New York. The descriptions which follow were taken from the catalogue prepared by the Museum at that time.

[[underline]] LOT NO. 35 [[/underline]]

No. of Pieces | Identification No. | Description | 

1 | 1 | A bridal head ornament (fringed), from the district of Kitchevo, Macedonia. XVIII Century (11 x 44 inches).

1 | 2 | Fragments of wool embroidery in flat and cross stitch on linen, from Western Macedonia.XIX Century. (11 x 38 inches).

1 | 3 | Bas-relief embroidery in wool and silk on linen. A combination of shirt sleeves from Kitchevo and head ornament from Ressen, Macedonia. XVIII and XIX Centuries. (11 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches).
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