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.
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.
The original artist's proof of a unique bird-form pitcher, circa 1953, set a new record for this type of Picasso pottery when it commanded $24,130 during Palm Beach Modern Auctions' Feb. 4-5 sale.
A 42-inch tall sculpture of beryllium copper and brass, created by Harry Bertoia, led all lots, realizing $24,000, during Schwenke Auctioneers' Dec. 4 auction.
A 19th century marble sculpture of a mythological water nymph emerging from water, titled "Undine Rising from the Water," is headlining a Feb. 13-14 sale, presented by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
Palm Beach Auction Modern Auctions' Nov. 21-22 saw a two-sided metal sculpture by Harry Bertoia command more than $112K in the two-session auction.
One of two bronze sculptures by Lynn Chadwick realized $96,000 to lead all lots in a 342-lot auction recently presented by A. B. Levy’s.
An early 19th century painting by Maurice de Vlaminck may realize between $80,000-$100,000 during John Moran Auctioneers Nov. 17 Decorative Art Auction.
An uncommon gilded bronze sculpture, 'Flight of Europa' cast in 1925 by Paul Manship, finished ahead of its high estimate of $200,000, reaching $213,500, during Schwenke Auctioneers Fall Fine Estates Auction.