Lot 16    

Portrait of a Young Lady by William Gebhardt,
2004, The Gallery Sale, June 25 -26
oil on canvas, signed in the lower right. A fine bust-length portrait of a pretty young lady. In a gilt frame; 18.5" x 15.5" (w/o frame), 26" x 22.5" (w/frame). Also includes a cabinet card of the sitter by Landy of Cincinnati.

William Edwin Gebhardt (b.1907), a Cincinnati artist, studied under John Weis among others and exhibited at the PAFA.

Condition:  
Painting cleaned, photo with surface wear and soiling; VG and VG-.
Sold: $230.00
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