Two auctions features eclectic selections of Asian art, bottles and glass set the stage for Auctionata's first 'white glove sale' and resulted in a record sale for art by artist Tianshou.
A marquetry vitrine made of various woods, boasting an intricate design, by Émilé Gallé, is one of several lots expected to draw bidder interest, during one of two February auctions to be offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.
In her note to readers, Print Editor Karen Knapstein, gives a short and enticing preview of the nostalgic (wish books), insightful (RFID technology) and informative (Futurist art) featured in the Dec. 24, 2014 issue of Antique Trader.
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.
Although it is often mistakenly linked with the Fascist political movement, the Futurist art movement is steeped in movement, speed and striking imagery.
A 1917 Uncle Sam poster, which sold for $4,425, was just one of several hundred lots to change hands during Willis Henry Auction's first Asian Art and Militaria auction Nov. 16.
In the latest installment of the Behind the Spine column, Paul Kennedy talks with Noah Fleisher, editor of Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles 2015 and public relations director of Heritage Auctions, about the record-setting sale of a single stainless steel sculpture and its impact on the contemporary art market.
A three-auction event set for Dec. 10-11 at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will bring before bidders American and European and Contemporary art, including a 1965 study for a Norman Rockwell painting, that was reproduced on the cover of Look magazine and accompanied an article on Lyndon B. Johnson's legislation program to address high poverty in...
Two hanging scrolls by renowned Chinese artist Zhang Daqian will cross the auction block Dec. 15 at Michaan's Auctions, and one will with a presale estimate of $100,000 to $150,000 will likely vie for top lot status.
Vintage couture including 1960-80s dresses and accessories, memorabilia including autographed photos of The Beatles and The Rat Pack will lead Sterling Assoc.'s Nov. 19 auction.