Following more than sixty years amassing and appreciating antiques and objects of Americana, Roland and Marilyn Kemble will present their collection for sale through Pook & Pook, Jan. 12-13.
Did you know iconic Louisiana artist Clementine Hunter didn't start painting until she was in her 50s? Or, that her work inspired an opera and play? Learn more about this inspiring southern artist.
Collector and accomplished woodworker John Rexroad's acquisition of eclectic objects is one of his life passions, and come Dec. 13 Pook & Pook is giving bidders the chance to own some of these unique items.
A Second Phase Navajo chief's blanket, 19th century portrait of Pawnee Bill, and unique London & North Western Railroad pass are among the 2,200+ lots in a Dec. 1-3 auction.
Hundreds of lots of classic automobiles, automotive art and memorabilia, from the collection of the man known as the "King of Hershey," changed hands during an Oct. sale through Milestone Auctions.
J. Levine's Oct. 26 auction features several uncommon representations of Americana, including an Uncle Sam carved figure, fish decoys, and a couple lots of vintage carnival collectibles.
Are you a superstitious sort of person? Whether you are or you aren't, there's no harm in spending a little time this Friday the 13th enjoying some of the oddities and curiosities of the auction world.
Utility is one of the defining characteristics of primitives and an appealing aspect for collectors. Learn more...
There's no question that Woodstock, New York is a happening place. In fact, this rural gem of a community has been attracting artists for well over a century, thanks in large part to the Woodstock Art Colony.