New to the lineup of auctions presented by Heritage Auctions is a regular online fine art prints auction. The first of these auctions is slated for Jan. 30.
Future online Prints & Multiples Auctions are scheduled for Feb. 27, March 27, and May 29. In the event a Signature auction of art interest is scheduled, an online Prints & Multiples auction will not be held.
Prints Provide Enjoyment, Investment Options
With opening bids that range from $25 to $4,000, the team of Heritage Auctions hope auctions like these will appeal to collectors seeking art for their walls as well as items that could potentially increase in value over time. In addition, the online Prints & Multiples auctions afford collectors the opportunity to acquire signed editions.
Flowers from the Village of Ponkotan is an offset lithograph in colors on wove paper. The piece was created in 2011 by Takashi Murakami and is signed and numbered (140/300). The piece carries an estimate of $800 to $1,200 into the Tues., Jan. 30 auction at Heritage Auctions.
This screenprint, done in colors on Lenox Museum Board, by Andy Warhol in 1982, is signed and numbered 1464/2000 in pencil lower right, with printer’s chop. “Committee, 2000” measures 30 x 20 inches. This coming Feb. 22 marks the 31st anniversary of the death of this pop art icon.
Celebrating Various Printmaking Processes
This screenprint on paper, titled “Wild Planet,” is the work of Helen Lundeberg, one of the founders of the Post Surrealism art movement. During the second half of her 60-year career, Lundeberg was known to explore art creation involving landscapes, interiors, still-lifes, and intuitive composition — which she called engimas, according to information found at www.helenlundeberg.com.
One of the most current artistic works of Shepard Fairey, this screenprint on paper was completed in 2017, and carries an estimate of $3,000 to $5,000 into the auction. Titled “Defend Dignity,” this piece is 21 of 50 and is signed, dated and numbered in pencil. This is one of 18 items of artwork by Fairey appearing in the Jan. 30 auction. View all of the Fairey pieces up for bid>>>
1988 Olympiads Represent During Sale
“Water Drops,” by Kim Tschang-Yeul is one of 18 lithographs on paper, appearing in this auction, from The Official Arts Portfolio of the XXIVth Olympiad, held in Seoul, Korea in 1988. The piece measures 43 1/4 x 29 1/4 inches and carries an estimate of $800 to $1,200 into the auction.
This unique lithograph on wove paper by Betye Saar was completed in 1976. The medium for which she is most prolific is assemblage and collage. Her work often mentions or includes aspects of her political, racial, religious, and gender concerns, according to information obtained from the website www.brooklynmuseum.org.
“Under Greylock,” an intaglio etching on paper, is the work of Peter Milton. Done in 1993, the piece measures 18 x 15 inches and carries an estimate of $300 to $500 into the auction. Intaglio, the process used to create this artwork, is a printmaking process where in the artist cuts, scratches or etches the image into a printing surface or plate, and then the ink is rubbed into the grooves of the surface. Once the surface is wiped clean the image is transferred to the select material, according to the website www.britannica.com.
To view all of the lots in this auction, visit www.ha.com.