Today's American art market is healthy and is being driven by interest in a variety of segments (Western, illustration, and regional art), reports Noah Fleisher, editor of Warman's Antiques & Collectibles 2017, in a review of the market.
The upcoming auction at iGavel, which begins Jan. 19 and runs through Feb. 19 includes a large selection of Western subject paintings and prints by a variety of esteemed artists.
Fifty works of art collected by Dr. Maya Angelou will come to auction Sept. 15. The The Collection of Maya Angelou, presented for auction by Swann Galleries, marks the first time many of the pieces have been publicly exhibited.
A grain painted chest of drawers, Japanese prints, bird decorated stoneware and several items from various estates will come before bidders Aug. 1-2, during Willis Henry Auctions' Folk Art & Estates Auction.
A 19th century painting of a a Bacchanalian feast, painted by noted Belgian artist Henri-Jules Corneille Groux may command $9,000 at an auction to be offered by John Moran Auctioneers, July 28.
Julien's Auctions' upcoming Street Art auction, set for Dec. 5, features a piece of controversial graffiti art, entitled "Flower Girl."
Michaan's September Estate Auction marks the first time the firm's 20th century Modern Design Department is offering lots, including a stunning Finn Juhl carved wooden bowl.
In his day, Wallace Nutting (1861-1941) was among the most popular and prolific artists working in America. Along with lithographs, hand-tinted photographs were an affordable way for the growing middle-class to add art to the walls of their homes.