North Carolina's Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales is teaming up with Invaluable to offer online bidding, beginning with a series of auctions set for March 13-15.
The collections of a late Kennebunkport couple and antiques dealers, including an extensive collection of pottery, are among several fresh-to-market pieces headlining the March 29-30 auction at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
A large 19th century painting of a young girl prompted Diana Bailey Harris to trace the story of the young girl, a relative of Harris', and the search revealed countless family stories.
John Moran Auctioneers will host its first auction of the year Feb. 18, with an Antique and Fine Art Sale featuring 220-lots of silver, fine art, Asian artifacts, bronzes, silver, and furniture, including a walnut and parquetry vitrine with gilt bronze cherubs, which may see $20,000.
Noted 20th century artist Johann Berthelsen captured the essence of city landscapes with subtle use of light and dark, and as Mary Manion points out in her latest Art Markets column, his work resonates with many collectors today.
An English slant top desk circa 1750-1780, and an early-20th century hand drawn fire fighting water tank are among the expected highlights of a Feb. 14 auction of various museum collections, at Cordier Auctions.
Nine large James J. Audubon bird prints from the 1820s and ’30s, five of the nine feature large American birds, are expected to fetch top dollar at Nadeau's annual New Year's Day auction.
Dec. 8's Winter Auction at Stallion Hill is set to offer something for various types of art appreciation, including an eclectic mix of artwork, sculptures, and bronzes.
Frederick Remington’s The Outlaw No. 5, an important lifetime casting and cornerstone of frontier art and sculpture, is estimated to bring $800,000 Nov. 14.
Cordier Auctions is opening its two-day Fall Antique & Fine Art auction with a single-consignor, 80-lot collection of Charles Lindbergh memorabilia.