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Dozens of artworks by French-trained American artist John Douglas Patrick (1863-1937) will be sold online Jan. 15th

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Dozens of original artworks and other personal effects from the estate of John Douglas Patrick (1863-1937), who studied in France and achieved worldwide acclaim by being one of the first Americans ever to be awarded a medal by the Paris Salon in 1889 for his seminal work Brutality, will be sold in an online auction Monday, January 15th, at 7 pm Central.   Girl in Wh...

Author: southeastern , Category: Art, Posted on: 15-Dec-2017

Artworks by Twombly, Monet, Botero, Campigli, others will be in Woodshed Art Auctions' Dec. 28 online art sale

FRANKLIN, Mass. – An original oil on board abstract floral painting by artist Cy Twombly and works attributed to Claude Monet, Fernando Botero and Massimo Campigli are just a few of the highlights in Woodshed Art Auctions’ internet-only Private Collection Discoveries auction. Live bidding begins on Thursday, December 28th, at 5 pm Eastern, at www.woodshedartauctions.com.   Oil o...

Author: southeastern , Category: Art, Posted on: 14-Dec-2017

Museum-quality Dorflinger cranberry cut glass ewer sells for $75,000 at Woody Auction

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – An exceedingly rare, museum-quality Dorflinger cranberry cut to clear glass ewer, 17 inches tall, soared to $75,000 at a sale featuring two major collections of American Brilliant Cut Glass, held November 18th by Woody Auction, online and at the Hilton Kansas City Airport. It was the final major cut glass auction of the year for Woody Auction, which is based in Douglass, K...

Author: southeastern , Category: Auctions, Posted on: 13-Dec-2017

Nadeau's New Year's Day auction could gross $2-$3 million, thanks to top quality merchandise

WINDSOR, Conn. – An oil on board painting by Wayne Thiebaud (Am., b. 1920) titled Lollipop Tree, a lovely art glass vase by Ercole Barovier (It., 1888-1974), and one of the finest collections of Victorian furniture ever offered at auction are just part of what bidders can expect at Nadeau’s Auction Gallery’s annual New Year’s Day auction on Monday, January 1st, at 11 am Eas...

Author: southeastern , Category: Auctions, Posted on: 12-Dec-2017

Advertising memorabilia shows strong prices at Route 32 Auctions' inaugural sale held November 25th

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. – Advertising memorabilia showed strong prices at Route 32 Auctions’ debut auction on November 25th, held at Christy’s of Indiana in Indianapolis. Bidders were in attendance at the venue as well as on the internet and the phones. Route 32 Auctions is headquartered in Crawfordsville and specializes in petroliana, automobilia and general store memorabilia. &nb...

Author: southeastern , Category: Auctions, Posted on: 10-Dec-2017

Smart-Guard is a new, safer, more economical way to pack, ship and store fine art

PALM BEACH, Fla. – Fine art dealers and collectors who are tired of the worry and hassle of shipping their treasured pieces using bubble-wrap, packing tape and Styrofoam will be relieved to know there’s a better, safer, cheaper (and greener) way. Smart-Guard is a sturdy, re-usable fine art packing system that just hit the market, having secured a patent and registered trademark.  ...

Author: southeastern , Category: Art, Posted on: 05-Dec-2017

Pair of market fresh collections out of New York will headline Nye & Company's Dec. 13-14 holiday auction

BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – Quality items from collections in Southampton and Gramercy Park, N.Y, unseen and off the market for decades, will co-headline a Collectors’ Passion & Estate Treasures Auction slated for Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 13th -14th, by Nye & Company Auctioneers.   First half 19th century Smith & Son (London) terrestrial globe on a mahogany stand, offered...

Author: southeastern , Category: Auctions, Posted on: 04-Dec-2017

Original artworks dominate the list of top lots at Bruneau & Co.'s November 25th auction

CRANSTON, R.I. – An oil on canvas landscape painting by the Scottish-born abstract modernist William Gear (1915-1997), titled Paysage, Mai 50 (May Landscape, 1950), sold for $11,875, and a large oil on canvas maritime seascape work of a brigantine ship at sea by Wesley Elbridge Webber (Am., 1841-1914) brought $9,375 at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ November 25th sale.   Figural...

Author: southeastern , Category: Art, Posted on: 29-Nov-2017

Items from Presidents Washington, Lincoln, JFK, Reagan will be auctioned December 6th

WESTPORT, Conn. – A baseball bat signed by both Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron, a baseball signed by Jackie Robinson, the life raft from Francis Gary Powers’s downed U-2 spy plane and several pieces of dishware from Ronald and Nancy Reagan will all come up for bid Wednesday, December 6th, in University Archives’ online-only auction, beginning at 10:30 am Eastern time.   Bank che...

Author: southeastern , Category: Auctions, Posted on: 27-Nov-2017

Rare, vintage eastern and western soda bottles reign supreme at American Bottle Auctions sale, Oct. 13-22

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A rare and beautiful Indian Queen bitters bottle patented in 1868 sold for $14,375 and a Lafayette DeWitt Clinton half-pint lime green flask brought a record $10,925 in Auction #64, an internet and catalog auction that went online October 13th and ended Sunday, October 22nd, by American Bottle Auctions (www.americanbottle.com), based in Sacramento. R & H Columbia so...

Author: southeastern , Category: Auctions, Posted on: 20-Nov-2017
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