An original 1969 watercolor painting by Alexander Calder, titled "Red and Blue Egg," drew much bidder interest and exceeded presale expectations.
An example of artist James Barre Turnbull's sculptural work is slated to go under the gavel April 7, when his wire sculpture headlines a sale at Kaminski Auctions.
A new exhibit at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art, set to open March 30, 2013, explores noted Japanese artwork of the first decade of the 20th century.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, Thomas Schwenke’s Woodbury Auction held its Mid-Century, Country & Decorative Arts Auction — despite the Blizzard of 2013.
Southwestern artist Howard Schleeter's painting “Spur Line (Las Vegas, New Mexico-1938),” 24 inches by 30 inches, soared to $26,070 at auction — a world record for this artist.
Asheville-based Brunk Auctions will hold its next live and online antique auction March 23, consisting of approximately 800 lots, including fine art, antiques, and decorative arts.
Innovative sculpture Alexander Calder fuses engineering and art to devise history-making sculptures and inspire the 20th century avant-garde art movement.
A silver plate showing an image of a bull’s head by renowned artist Pablo Picasso may earn top lot honors at $50,000 during a March 2-3 multi-estate sale.
Sculpture is strongly represented with a large bronze work by David Aronson estimated at $18,000-$25,000 and a carved elm and polychrome work from 1967, titled "Red Stockings" by David Hostetler estimated at $9000-$12,000 and an unusually large Curtis Jere mixed metals tree with bird and nest, from the late 1960's valued at $600-$1000.
Fine jewelry from high-end jewelry designers such as Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, Steuben, Mauboussin, Chaumet, and Elizabeth Gage are included in Woodbury Auction's Dec. 9 holiday auction.