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.
An extensive selection of Latin American art, including a piece by one of Mexico's most notable muralists, is headlining Clars Auction Gallery's 1,500-plus lot auction slated for Sept. 16-17.
An uncommon painting of a harbor scene in Maine by Marsden Hartley soared to a selling price of $169,650 during Thomaston Place Auction Gallery's August auction.
Heritage Auctions' Aug. 19-20 Sports auction saw 14, that's right, 14 lots fetch six-figure sales, with a 1948 original study for Rockwell's"Tough Call" taking top lot.
At first blush, paint by numbers artwork may bring to mind memories of childhood. However, today vintage paint by number is popular as a collectible and element of design.
Three wooden carvings of spiritual figures dating to the 15th century are among the uncommon lots featured in Thomaston Place Auction Galleries Summer Auction, Aug. 25-27.
Cordier Summer Antique and Fine Art Aug. 13 showcases an eclectic mix of items. A Hok-hok mask in the style of the Kwakiuti tribe, a 1.02-carat emerald and diamond ring, an 18th-century tall case clock, and a 1963 Studebaker Avanti will cross the block during this sale.
Various Native American art, jewelry, and antiquities will display at Shiprock Santa Fe Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, beginning Aug. 12, in multiple exhibitions.
A perpetual calendar chronograph wristwatch from Patek Philippe, complete with registers and 24-hour and leap year indication with moon phases, lead all lots in Bruneau & Co.'s July 22 sale.