Skeleton clocks, hand-wrought vases, and paintings by noted artists with ties to Rhode Island are sure to command attention at Bruneau & Co.'s June 3 auction.
A 1950s restored Chevy Bel Air is one of the headlining lots in Cordier's Spring Antique and Fine Art Auction, which is set for May 20.
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.
The oil painting "Tropical Scene" by Louis Mignot soared past its estimate, finishing at $120,000, to lead all lots in a 275-lot auction presented by Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers.
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.
A 48-inch abstract oil painting by American painter Jim Dine finished at $45,000 during Palm Beach Modern Auctions' Feb. 20 sale.
Of the more than 1,200 lots brought to auction during Ahlers & Ogletrees' first auction of 2016, an untitled watercolor by Chughtai took top honors.
A selection of more than 40 paintings by famed Fla. regional artist Lucy Peters are set to cross the auction block during the Nov. 15 sale.
You may know the name Anthony Quinn best for his Academy Award nominated performance in "Zorba the Greek," but did you know he enjoyed a career as a revered artist and sculptor? In her latest Art Markets column Mary Manion explores Quinn's artistic expressionism which continues to inspire.