Pen and ink drawings depicting various scenes featuring key scenic spots in Philadelphia may have a mysterious origin, reports Anthony Cavo in his latest Ask the Experts column, but their appeal is without question.
Pook & Pook Inc. is preparing for a busy start to October, with two Americana auctions, Oct. 3 and Oct. 5, that feature historic works from the likes of Andrew Wyeth.
British audiences were enthralled by the works of American painters from the 'Dust Bowl' period, during the Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair. It was the first time the curated collection ‘There’s No Place Like Home' was displayed outside the U.S.
Leading the offering of sterling silver, and possibly all lots of the Sept. 19-20 auction offered by Clars Auction Gallery, is a Gorham Martele six piece hot beverage service.
The second season of “Arizona Collectibles” on Eight, Arizona PBS showcases features an inherited painting by Charlie Russell worth nearly $1 million.
Fifty works of art collected by Dr. Maya Angelou will come to auction Sept. 15. The The Collection of Maya Angelou, presented for auction by Swann Galleries, marks the first time many of the pieces have been publicly exhibited.
“Moonlight scene Austria” landscape painting painted by Hermann Herzog in 1874, picked up for just $2.50 at a thrift shop may sell for between $2,00 to $4,000 during Witherell's catalog auction, Sept. 13-30.
A drum used in the field during the Civil War could realize upwards of $8,000 during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Summer Sale, slated for Aug. 29-30.
A collection of about 500 works of art from the Reader's Digest Corporate collection are up for bid Aug. 19 through Nye and Company.
A 19th century painting of a a Bacchanalian feast, painted by noted Belgian artist Henri-Jules Corneille Groux may command $9,000 at an auction to be offered by John Moran Auctioneers, July 28.