All auction results shown here, including the Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson) painting results, courtesy of I.M. Chait. Prices were realized during Chait’s May-September auctions.
Eldred’s nearly broke the scrimshaw record when a whale tooth by the so-called “Naval Monument Engraver” sold for $396,000 at the firm’s marine art sale in July 2018.
Pook & Pook, Inc. is representing Paul and Rita Flack in the October 13 sale of their personal collection of Pennsylvania folk art and antiques.
In addition to learning about the materials used to create early American rugs, visitors to Folk Art Underfoot can see examples of yarn-sewn, shirred and bias-shirred, and bundled or patch-shirred sewn rugs.
DALLAS – A Kiowa warrior’s book of drawings documenting his captivity by the U.S. Army in 1875 sold for $396,500 in Heritage Auctions’ June 26 Ethnographic Art Auction, pushing the sale to more than $1 million. The bound book of 33 images is a stunning discovery of the earliest recorded drawings...
The major attraction for collecting vernacular photography: There are endless possibilities on what topics someone can go after.
More than 250 items of scrimshaw, fine marine art, sailor's valentine, Chinese school art, and Capt. Cook's Voyages volume of books.
Zurko Promotion's Grayslake Antique & Vintage Market, which takes place once a month at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake, Ill. welcomed the crew of the Discovery Channel's new show "Vintage Tech Hunters" recently.
A storied collection of waterfowl decoys will headline Copley Fine Arts' Sporting Sale slated for July 19-20.