• 1
    Mar

Tiffany Paintings Highlight Fine American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture Sale

NEW YORK – Christie’s will offer its mid-season sale of Fine American Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture on March 4, 2010, featuring an excellent selection of 19th and 20th century works including rare and exceptional works by George Benjamin Luks, Charles Sheeler, Robert Vickrey, and Louis Comfort Tiffany, as well as an exciting rediscovery by the 19th […]

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  • 23
    Feb

Contents from Historic Annesdale Mansion in Memphis to Highlight Southern Auction

NORTHPORT, Ala. – Contents from the historic Annesdale mansion-villa in Memphis, Tenn., plus several other private Southern collections and a marvelous collection of antique guns, will highlight a sale scheduled for Saturday, March 13, 2010. The event will be facilitated by Hal Hunt Auctions. Annesdsale is a beautiful structure, originally built in 1855 by Dr. […]

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  • 16
    Feb

Exciting Selection of Post-War & Contemporary Art Highlights Christie’s Sale

NEW YORK – Showcasing works by some of the most desired contemporary artists of our time—including Helen Frankenthaler, Barbara Kruger, Yayoi Kusama, Glenn Ligon, Gabriel Orozco, Cindy Sherman, Wayne Thiebaud, Fred Tomaselli, and Andy Warhol—Christie’s First Open sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art will offer a stimulating selection of paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptures, attracting […]

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  • 15
    Feb

Dealers Get Creative with Antique Recycling Ideas in Florida

DELAND, Fla. – It has often been often said that the antiques business is the ultimate recycling activity but several dealers in have taken the idea to the next level. They are recycling the antiques themselves—or at least parts of them—into new forms and uses that will preserve some vestige of the original antique yet […]

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  • 15
    Feb

Wide Range of Attractive Design Featured in Christie’s Decorative Art & Design Sale

NEW YORK – Christie’s mid-season sale of 20th Century Decorative Art and Design will feature more than 100 lots in a wide range of objects and furniture by well-known makers from the 20th century, including works by Tiffany Studios, Frank Lloyd Wright, Daum, George Nakashima, Harry Bertoia, Sam Maloof and Joe D’Urso. The auction will […]

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  • 12
    Feb

With Tiger Away From the Game, Vintage Golf Memorabilia is Ready To Soar

For obvious reasons—read Tiger Woods—golf fans have probably not focused a whole lot on modern golf as of late, but thankfully for golfing gurus, that lack of interest has cleared a perfect “fairway” for the outstanding selection of vintage golf memorabilia that will headline Heritage Auction’s April Signature Auction. With what is surely to be […]

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  • 11
    Feb

Einstein Trove Offers Insight into the Great Genius

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – A trio of intriguing lots related to the father of modern physics, Albert Einstein, from three distinct and important periods of his life, will provide a fascinating survey of one of the great geniuses of all-time when they come up for public auction as part of Heritage Auctions Beverly Hills‘ Feb. […]

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  • 10
    Feb

Newton, Darwin & Galileo Anchor Beverly Hills Rare Books Event

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – A core of exceedingly rare and valuable math and natural science tomes—taken together they create much of the basis for modern study of the subjects—anchor the deep and highly diverse lineup at Heritage Auctions Beverly Hills’ Feb. 11 Signature Rare Books event. The auction will take place at Heritage Auctions’ newly […]

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  • 10
    Feb

Christie’s Announces ‘A Bid To Save The Earth’ Auction to Benefit the Environment

NEW YORK – Christie’s International, the world’s leading art business, has announced “A Bid to Save the Earth” Green Auction, a first-of-its-kind charity auction that will divide proceeds from the sale will among four leading not-for-profit environmental organizations. A Bid to Save the Earth will take place on April 22, 2010 to coincide with the […]

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  • 9
    Feb

Deal to Bring Modern, Contemporary Ceramics to Market with Semi-Annual Auctions

CINCINNATI – Wes Cowan, president and principal auctioneer of Cowan’s Auctions, Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio, both of Clark + Del Vecchio Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, have announced a partnership to bring modern and contemporary ceramics to the international art market through focused, selective and scholarly semi-annual auctions. The 20th-century and Contemporary […]

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