An early 20th century oil painting of a seascape is heading into the Jan. 1 New Year's Day Auction at J. Levine Auction & Appraisal as the top contender of all fine art lots in the sale.
Works by two of the first African American artist to earn international acclaim, H.O. Tanner and Charles Ethan Porter, are among the lots featured in Nadeau's Auction Gallery's Jan. 1 auction.
More than 230 lots of pieces from a long-time estate jeweler in the French Quarter, regional artwork and antique French furniture, will be represented Dec. 12-13 during Crescent City Auction Gallery's 1,000-lot sale.
Where can you expect to find a Ming Dynasty bodhisattva, a 1916 Steinway piano, hundreds of vintage psychedelic rock music posters, and Harley-Davidson cycles? At Clars Auction Gallery, during a Dec. 12-13 auction.
A mid-19th century oil painting, illustrating the technological developments of the day, lead all lots during the Louisiana Purchase Auction, with a final sale price of $177, 625.
A diverse selection of one-of-a-kind art and cultural experiences are featured in this year's Bidsquare Cares charity auction, going on now through Dec. 4. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this holiday charity auction will be used to help bring safe drinking water to people living in developing countries
A historic 19th century oak chair wherein five U.S presidents and others sat for a photography session with iconic photographer Matthew Brady sold for a staggering $449,000, during an auction offered by Bonhams.
A painting by noted British artist Ken Howard, entitled “From the Royal Exchange, Snow Effect” is pegged to fetch between $4,200 to $6,300, during Rosebery's Dec. 1-2 auction.
A vintage color lithograph of Santa Claus by Norman Rockwell, an antique woodcut map, and an autographed photo of the Apollo 11 flight team is set to sell Dec. 3, during an auction being offered by Waverly Rare Books.
Six paintings by American artist N.C. Wyeth were recently recovered after being stolen more than two years ago in what the FBI calls one of the largest property thefts in Maine’s history. The artworks were returned to their home state and are now on view at the Portland Museum of Art.