An acrylic wood painting, by Russian-born American artist Ilya Bolotowsky, is expected to vie for top lot status during Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers' Feb. 18 sale.
Displaying single items of artwork or art collections is more than finding an open space, explains Anne Rappa with Huntington T. Block Insurance Agency, Inc. Examining key factors and posing a few primary questions can go a long way to ensuring proper and protective display of art.
The 19th century original oil painting "Landscape by the Sea," by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot is headlining Everything But The House's Landmark Sale, scheduled for Dec. 19.
Auctionata is ushering in the holiday season with an extensive auction schedule, with 14 live-stream auctions, beginning Nov. 23. The final sale is Dec. 14.
Paintings featuring seascapes, ships in harbors and facing fierce storms, commanded well above estimates during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries Aug. sale.
In a recent installment of Ask the Experts, Susan Mullikin presents interesting facts about the era of art history during Napoleon Bonaparte's reign, in responding to a reader's inquiry about prints discovered in the drawer of a bedroom suite.
Of the more than 600 lots of American and European art and antiques set to sell the second day of James D. Julia's two-day August Fine Art, Asian & Antiques, an unsigned oil painting of a nautical scene is expected to command six figures at auction.
Two paintings by noted French expressionist painter Rouault, each expected to realize upward of $20,000 each, are among the 250 paintings featured in Eldred's Aug. 3-5 auction.
Original works by J.M.W. Turner fetch high sums at auction, but etchings of Turner’s works, engraved by other artists, are readily available and affordable.
Leading the lots that changed hands in Ahlers & Ogletree's spring estate auction was a 16th century figural tapestry panel with German text.