Art Haz’s upcoming sale of important American and European artworks features a collection of oil paintings, works on paper, and modern fine art from a New York estate. This includes an ink drawing by French artist Gustave Moreau (1826 - 1898). Regarded as an important figure in the Symbolist movement, Moreau created more than 15,000 paintings, watercolors, and drawings during his lifetime. His works often depicted important moments from biblical or mythic narratives. The available work displays a great variety of textures and drawing techniques effortlessly deployed by Moreau. Also headlining the event is Norman Bluhm’s abstract red and black oil painting. Bluhm was an American Abstract Expressionist painter. He started making paintings in the 1940s and continued until his death in 1999. He considered Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Gustave Courbet as his major influences. Other notable lots in this sale include a terra-cotta bust of Monsignor Giacomo Montoya, an oil painting by Richard Edward Miller, and a lithograph by Alberto Giacometti. Find the listed items and discover more online auctions on Bidsquare.