Abington Auction Gallery


3263 North Dixie Highway, Oakland Park, Florida 33334
954-900-4869

About Auction House

Abington Auction Gallery has built our reputation on personalized service, market expertise, client referrals and integrity. Our commitment is to make the selling process as easy and straightforward as possible. We work with each client to make sure his or her selling experience is customized to their personal situation and maximize their value in an ever changing market. Abington Auction Gallery welcomes single items and entire estates. Consultations with Abington Auctions are free of charge and do not place you under any obligation to sell or consign with us. An initial evaluation can take p...Read More
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    Abington Auction’s Summer Sale Features Eyvind Earle’s Oil Painting

    American painter and illustrator Eyvind Earle pursued art from a young age. In 1951, he made a major breakthrough when he collaborated with Walt Disney Studios. Of his paintings, the artist once said, “I go to slightly lighter colors until little by little, the forms begin to take shape and I start to see what is happening. Since I never plan in advance, I simply let myself be led by instinct, taste and intuition.” The upcoming Summer Sale, presented by Abington Auction Gallery, Inc., features an oil on board painting by Eyvind Earle. Produced in 1973, the work depicts a dark tree trunk in front of an old barn. Also among the leading lots is a screenprint by Andy Warhol. The piece is part of the Alexander the Great series, which was Warhol’s only series based on classical art. Beyond fine art, the auction also includes a selection of estate jewelry, sculpture, and watches. Browse the full catalog and register to bid on Bidsquare.

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    Harry Bertoia’s Kinetic Sculpture Available in Early Spring Auction

    The American sculptor Harry Bertoia was a prolific metal worker known for timeless art pieces. The artist initially worked at the Evans Product Company and later designed furniture for Knoll. Around the 1950s, Bertoia decided to dedicate his time to art and began creating sculptures from wood and metal. The upcoming Abington Auction Gallery sale presents a kinetic sculpture titled Willow by Harry Bertoia. The available gathered steel wire sculpture draws inspiration from the weeping willow trees at Bertoia’s property.  Also showcased is Louise Nevelson’s Sky Gate XXXVI monochromatic wooden sculpture. Nevelson was an intuitive sculptor who adopted the techniques of collage to assemble her wooden works. Nevelson’s signature monochrome works transform everyday objects into mysterious compositions. The coats of black paint offer grandeur to these mundane wood castaways. The auction also highlights a Florida landscape by Albert Ernest ‘Beanie’ Backus. The available oil painting features the artist’s knowledge of flora and fauna and his talent for capturing light.  Haitian street life paintings by seminal Haitian artist Philome Obin will be on offer as well. Obin’s paintings often portray dynamic interactions between people of different social classes. These personalities dwell amid the vibrant houses, cathedrals, blue skies, and mighty green mountains of Obin’s paintings. The Early Spring sale will also present Lalique Bacchantes crystal vases and sculptures, Baccarat Massena glasses, Chinese famille rose porcelain, Louis Vuitton trunks, and a Purvis Young shoe shine box. Interested collectors can explore the entire listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.

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    Work of Impressionist Master Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin in Abington’s January Winter Auction

    Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin was one of the founding members of Impressionism and among the least-known Impressionist masters. Coming from a modest background, Guillaumin worked a series of odd jobs to pay for his evening drawing lessons. In 1863, he attended the Académie Suisse, where he met his lifelong friends Paul Cézanne and Camille Pissarro. His early works are notable for their thick, fluid brushstrokes and muted palette. Later, under the influence of Vincent van Gogh, Guillaumin began to use brighter and more expressive colors. The upcoming Abington Auction Gallery event features an oil painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin. Titled Bord de Riviere, the landscape painting shows a riverside with trees. The auction also highlights a painting by French artist René Rimbert, who invented “painting of silence.” On his visit to Germany, Rimbert befriended painter and poet Max Jacob. Talking about Rimbert’s work, Jacob once said: “Something of the calm of nature emanates from Rimbert’s landscape, it is as if he pledged to compete with the silence of matter.” The event also offers jewelry, watches, Asian arts, and furniture. Interested collectors can explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.

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    Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture and 20th Century Design Sale by Abington Auction Gallery

    Most of Harriet Whitney Frishmuth’s sculptures depict dancing women and are housed in museums across the United States. In her lifetime, Frishmuth was also a recipient of numerous awards such as the Joan of Arc Silver Medal from the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors and the St. Gaudens Medal from the Art Students League of New York. A bronze sculpture from Frishmuth showing two dancers holding each other by the hand will be featured in the upcoming 20th-Century Design auction, presented by Abington Auction Gallery.  Among the jewelry lots, an 18-karat yellow gold necklace and bracelet set once owned by Salvador Dalí stands out. Titled Ama de Laves, the pieces are unmistakably Dalí’s with a signature keyhole central motif. Dalí thought that sleep was a waste of time and slept with a key in his hand to wake up as soon he heard it fall to the floor. Several additional lots are featured as well, including an oil painting from John Nieto of a Morning Star warrior and a monumental totem pole from the Northwest Coast. View the entire catalog of 238 lots and place a bid at Bidsquare.

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    Abington Auction’s Late Summer Auction

    Lynn Chadwick was a leading British post-war sculptor. Trained as an architectural draughtsman, Chadwick started creating mobiles and, later, other natural forms, insects, and animals. By the end of the 1960s, he mostly devoted his time to human figures, the subject later becoming central to his oeuvre. These sculptures were influenced by both Easter Island figures and Greek mythology. The upcoming event, presented by Abington Auction Gallery, Inc., features a pair of bronze sculptures by Chadwick. Titled Pair of Sitting Figures II, the work shows two figures with symmetrically folded legs. Also among the leading lots is an oil painting from Allen Jones. A British Pop artist, Jones is best known for his paintings and sculpture. His work is characterized by its suggestive imagery and provocative poses. Titled The Art of Allusion, the offered work depicts three figures in various positions. Beyond fine and decorative art, the auction also includes a collection of jewelry, furniture, and rugs. Browse the full catalog and register to bid on Bidsquare.

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    Abington’s Spring Luxury Fashion Online Sale

    The upcoming Abington’s Spring Luxury Fashion Online Sale will offer a selection of luxury goods from brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, and more. Chanel is a French company that creates high fashion garments and accessories for both men and women. Featured in this Abington Auction Gallery, Inc. sale is a black vintage Chanel tote with leather-laced toggle chain straps and Chanel charms. This tote is lined in burgundy leather and has two zippered pockets with two inside slip pockets.  A pink Louis Vuitton Epi DOC bag is also highlighted. Louis Vuitton is a French luxury retailer founded in 1854. This 2014 bag features a single handle with a detachable crossbody strap. It is lined in beige fabric with a zippered pocket and two slip pockets on the inside. Other available items include a new Burberry shoulder bag, a Hermès leather band watch, and several bottles of Lalique perfume. To view the entire catalog, visit Bidsquare. 

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    Abington Auction’s Late Spring Sale

    Abington Gallery Inc.’s upcoming sale features fine art from artists such as Andy Warhol and Marc Chagall, watches from Vacheron & Constantin, and a set of cognac bottles designed by Erté, along with jewelry, decorative arts, and furniture. Showcased in the auction is a yellow diamond ring. This three-stone ring includes a radiant-cut center yellow diamond with two shield-shaped diamonds on either side, all set in platinum.  American artist Andy Warhol was best known for his Pop Art, especially his screenprints of Marilyn Monroe, Campbell’s soup cans, and sensational newspaper stories. Blackgama, a screenprint of Judy Garland that was published in 1985 for his Ads Series, is highlighted in this event. A watch from Vacheron & Constantin will be available as well. Founded in 1755, Vacheron & Constantin is considered one of the oldest watch and clock manufacturers still in existence. The available gentleman’s Helm wristwatch is made with 18-karat yellow gold, a linen-textured dial, and applied gold arrowhead markers. Find the complete catalog and register to bid by visiting Bidsquare. 

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    Abington Auction’s Winter Sale

    The upcoming Winter Sale offered by Abington Auction Gallery will feature a range of fine art pieces from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Among the key lots is an oil painting by Peder Severin Krøyer, a Danish artist who gained renown for his paintings of a seaside vacation town. Skagen was home to a group of Danish artists who became the subjects of Krøyer’s paintings. Man Looking Over the Sea, the piece available in the upcoming auction, shows one of these artists wading into the water and gazing at the setting sun. Other European painters highlighted in this sale include Parisian Neo-Impressionist Paul Signac and 20th-century landscape artist Roger Mühl from the South of France.  Another lot of interest is a sculpted wood hand chair from Mexican artist Pedro Friedeberg. A contemporary Surrealist, Friedeberg is particularly known for his everyday furniture pieces shaped like hands and other unusual objects. Luxury jewelry and decorative artworks are featured as well, including a yellow gold Van Cleef & Arpels dragon brooch and a miniature jeweled piano with a hidden clock inside. View the complete catalog and register to bid online by visiting Bidsquare. 

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    Luxury Fashion Holiday Auction – No Reserves

    Explore over 170 lots of Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and more in the upcoming Luxury Fashion Holiday Auction offered by Abington Auction Gallery. Rising to the top of this sale is a golden brown leather satchel by Hermès. This Kelly bag is made of ostrich leather and features gold plated hardware. Another notable lot by Hermès is a rare equestrian scarf. This square silk scarf features various racehorses on royal blue. The scarf has hand-rolled edges. Additional lots include a vintage Chanel camel chevron bag with leather and gold shoulder chains, as well as a golden zipper shoulder bag. A cherry red evening gown by Escada Couture is also featured. The dress has an ornate rose gold brocade pattern with a fitted bodice, a full skirt, and a net bustle. The boat neck and sleeves are trimmed in mink. Also featured is a vintage black crocodile handbag from the 1960s. This crocodile skin bag comes with a detachable yellow gold, sapphire, and diamond strap. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.

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    Abington Auction’s Autumn Sale

    From several major estates in South Florida comes an auction of broad categories, unexpected discoveries, and artwork from the masters. This autumn sale presented by Abington Auction Gallery covers the reaches of fine art, beginning with an abstract landscape by Roger Muhl. Les Pins recollects the style of the impressionists while contributing something decidedly modern to a traditional view.  Fine art plays a central role in this sale, covering the work of major artists such as Pablo Picasso. The cubist painter’s Visage a la Barbiche is an earthenware tile emblazoned with a goateed face—it is a recognizable example of Picasso’s signature style. This is not simply a sale of paintings, however, for the artistry highlighted crosses beyond the canvas into sculpture, furniture, jewelry, and décor. From a hanging plant sculpture made of bronze to a European silver wine coaster, a certain elegance defines this auction.  Over 225 lots are available, ranging in estimate from $200 to $12,000. A variety of collectors will appreciate the sale, whether in search of one particular work to complete a collection or simply one last item to complete a room. Modern art in all its whimsy remains the focus of this auction, supported by classic forms and vintage beauties. To view the complete catalog and register for online bidding, visit Bidsquare.

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    Abingtons Luxury Fashion Unreserved Auction

    Explore the best of high fashion in the upcoming Luxury Fashion Unreserved Auction offered by Abington Auction Gallery. Rising to the top of this sale is a black leather briefcase from Louis Vuitton. The luxurious Black Epi leather briefcase is the first leather bag the brand introduced. An interesting lot in this auction is a Hermès Ex-Libris scarf patterned with the brand’s logo and trimmed with brown sable fur. The pattern on the scarf, designed by Alfred de Dreux in 1946, speaks to the brand’s influence and legacy over the years. The motif silk scarf adds a touch of history to its elegant style: it was the first-ever design by Hermès.  Fashion-conscious collectors will also appreciate an iconic pair of Christian Louboutin black ankle boots, complete with cherry red bottoms. The auction will also feature handbags, jewelry, accessories, and clothing from Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and more. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.

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    Abington Auction’s Summer Sale

    Abington Auction will be presenting their August 1st sale with over 200 lots all from local South Florida estates. Exhibited in this Summer Sale will be a wonderful fine arts selection, including a large signed oil on canvas of ‘Fleurs’ (flowers) by Vietnamese painter Le Pho and a painting, ‘Le Moulin de la Galette A Montmartre’, by the famous French painter Maurice Valadon Utrillo. Furniture lots include rarity like the demilune cactus table of molded frosted glass by the French designer Marc Lalique. Highlights of the auction are exquisite jewelry like the Nardi Blackamoor diamond and ebony brooch, as well as collectibles and decorative arts such as the Kathy Spaulding bronze sculpture of a mermaid sunning. Visit Bidsquare to view Abington Auction’s full catalog and to sign up to bid. 

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    Canadian Modernist Single Owner Estate

    Abington Auction Gallery, Inc. offers a variety of pieces in their forthcoming Canadian Modernist Single Owner Sale. This auction features 355 lots of twentieth century Canadian art in many different categories including jewelry, paintings and pottery. The bids for every lot are set to sell—starting at $25 for every item. Reasonable prices allow any collector to enjoy the many works of art available in this auction. Particularly interesting are the subject’s piercing eyes in Arthur Horsfall’s painting Green Eyes as well as several decorative works from Guy Vidal. View all available lots and register to bid on Bidsquare today.

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    Abington Auction’s Late Spring Sale

    Spring brings to mind, lively colors, beauty, even diversity! And much like the season, Abington Auction's Late Spring Sale has a dizzying variety presented. Adorning the auction are colorful Warhol screen-print, glitzy green emeralds, blue & white Chinese temple jars, smooth ceramic pets, caramel leather sofas, among others. With over 200 quality lots, the sale features fine art, estate jewelry, Asian antiquities, sculptures, Mid-Century items all from local estates and fresh in the market. And there are plenty more, waiting to be discovered. Featured items include a 1983 published Andy Warhol's Brooklyn Bridge Screen-print created to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the famous bridge. Phenomena, an abstract expressionist painting will get one familiar with Paul Jenkins if one isn’t already. Courtyard dancers, an oil on canvas work, also take center stage dancing their way in the collection with ornate gilt carved frame signed by Fabio Fabby. Spring to action by registering online on Bidsquare to bid.