Bidders will be going for the bronze and marble during Artemis Gallery’s March 19 online antiquities auction that features 300 lots of Roman, Near Eastern and Asian figures, vessels, and artifacts.
Bonhams’ California & Western Paintings & Sculpture Auction, scheduled for April 28, features a variety of landscape and scenic works, including William Wendt's 1916 oil painting “The Old Coast Road,” which may command upwards of $400,000.
A 19th century Vincenti & Cie gilt and patinated figural time-and-strike mantel clock is poised to lead all clocks slated to cross the auction block during Crescent City Auction Gallery's two-day estate sale, set for Mar. 7-8.
A cast iron patina Merman sculpture, originally part of the Place de la Concorde fountain in Paris, is one of 1,000+ industrial art antiquities being offered by Guernsey's, during a March 27-28 auction.
A variety of artwork from California artists, including two pieces by noted artist Guy Orlando Rose, are expected to be headlining lots in John Moran Auctioneers' March 24 sale.
Sculptures, specifically a record-setting piece by Harry Bertoia, captivated the attention of bidders, during Palm Beach Modern Auctions' autumn art auction.
In the Feb. 4, 2015 issue of Antique Trader, Mary Manion explores the work, inspiration and influence of modern art master Alberto Giacometti in her Arts Markets column. While Giacometti's name may not be as recognizable as his contemporaries, the sculptor’s masterpieces helped redefine modern art and are fetching record-setting amounts at auction.
A 23 1/2-inch tall bronze by Frederic S. Remington, “The Bronco Buster,” signed and stamped by the Roman Bronze works, walked away with top lot honors, during a recent Fine Art and Antiques Auction offered by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
A pair of Russian Fabergé Workmaster silver and enamel eggs by Mikhail Perkhin are among the lots expected to spark intense bidding, during Ahler's & Ogletree's Jan. 1 auction.
Although weathervanes certainly played a critical role in weather observations by sea merchants, farmers and others, but today they are popular items of folk art.