An enchanting commemorative print of a still life "Fruit and Carafe", originally done in the 16th century done by Michelangelo Caravaggio Roman, is the subject of one inquiry fielded by Susan Mullikin in her Ask the Experts assessment.
An 18th century Virginia Queen Anne tray-top tea table captivated bidders' attention during Cottone Auction's 750-lot Fine Art & Antiques Auction, so much so that it soared to $299,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of the sale.
Eldred’s two-day Americana, Paintings & Sporting Art Auction, April 3-4, resulted in many items changing hands; including the record-setting sale of H.M. Shrady's "Elk Buffalo" bronze sculpture, for $276,000.
An early 20th century reverse-painted lamp by the Pittsburgh Lamp Company may command upwards of $2,000 during a two-day estates auction to be presented April 18-19 by Crescent City Auction Gallery.
Two original pieces of artwork by Grandma Moses are garnering a lot of attention ahead of the April 11 auction presented by Nadeau's Auction Gallery.
Following an extensive bidding battle, a Chinese triple Fusee and gilt bronze bracket clock finished at a record setting sale price of $270,000 during Clars Auction Gallery’s February Fine Art, Decoratives, Jewelry and Asian Antiques sale.
A two-day estates auction featuring more than 1,000 lots, ranging from Asian objects to original works of art to fine estate jewelry to antique clocks, along with a 24-arce parcel of land in an Atlanta suburb will be up for bid during Ahlers & Ogletree's Mar. 21-22 auction.
Willis Henry Auctions is bringing to auction several selections of 18th century furniture and decor items, as well as jewelry and fine art, during a multi-estate auction scheduled for March 28.
Bonhams’ California & Western Paintings & Sculpture Auction, scheduled for April 28, features a variety of landscape and scenic works, including William Wendt's 1916 oil painting “The Old Coast Road,” which may command upwards of $400,000.
Myers Fine Art's 560-lot European & Asian Antiques Auction, set for March 8, features items from a fabled 19th century family with ties to the Vatican.