The highlight of the sale is a recently rediscovered oil painting, “Landscape by the Sea,” by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot. Additional items in the sale include a Realist oil painting “Oil on Board of Cart Driver” by Anton Mauve. Plus, an 1800s Dutch inlaid marquetry desk. As well as an early Chinese carved temple figure. And a 14K two-toned gold double strand pearl, diamond, and ruby necklace. EBTH is offering all items starting at a $1 bid with no reserve and no buyer’s premium.
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Brian Graves, co-founder of EBTH speaking about the significance of the sale, stated, “It’s primarily due to the caliber of the items to be included, highlighted by a well documented original oil painting by French Master, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot.
“Of course, there are other sales that have been held in this industry’s history with more valuable works. However, I would argue that none have been so accessible to a worldwide audience of vintage enthusiasts. The fact that we continue to offer items of this caliber, starting at $1, with no reserve and no buyer’s premium is setting a new precedent for making this industry transparent and approachable.”
Additional items in the sale include a floral still life gouache painting by Paul De Longpré, an 1800s Dutch inlaid marquetry desk, an early Chinese carved temple figure, and a 14K two-toned gold double strand pearl, diamond, and ruby necklace.
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