Auction Gallery Of Palm Beaches

412 Northwood Rd, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407

About Auction House

Established in 2003, Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches Inc. is South Florida's first live on-line bidding auctioneer. For over a decade, the gallery is a recognized leader in the South Florida auction market. The gallery hosts auction every 4 to 6 weeks that features fine art, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, valuable heirlooms, and personal property from estates, individuals, and institutions.  With over 150 conducted auctions, the gallery has amassed a substantial clientele of professionals and enthusiasts. Accurate...Read More
details in cataloging, professional photography, and extensive marketing has made AGOPB a recognized leader in the local and national auction industry. Read Less

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    May Antiques And Fine Art Auction

    Kenzo Okada was a Japanese-American artist best known for his lyrical, Abstract Expressionist style. His paintings were greatly influenced by Zen Buddhism and 17th-century Japanese screen painting. By using earth colors, Okada evoked the aura of landscapes in his abstract paintings. His works are in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. In the upcoming May Antiques and Fine Art Auction, presented by the Auction Gallery Of The Palm Beaches, one of Okada’s paintings will be highlighted. It shows abstract shapes in muted colors against a black background. Also included in the auction is a lithograph of an Alexander Calder steel sculpture commissioned by the Security Pacific Corporation in Los Angeles. Made from carbon plate steel, Four Arches is permanently on display outside the Bank of America. The sculpture is painted in bold vermilion, also known as ‘Calder Red.’ An abstract glass sculpture by Michael Pavlik, a Royal Doulton trophy vase, and several pieces of Bronze Age pottery can also be found. Visit Invaluable to view the complete catalog and register to bid. 

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    Summer Estates Auction

    The upcoming, Summer Estates Auction offered by Auction Gallery of Palm Beaches draws attention of enthusiastic buyers with the curation of 293 lots featuring captivating fine arts, series of high-quality porcelains, decorative furniture and more. The thoughtfulness in selection is seen in a soothing acrylic on canvas depicting women sitting in a café by Itzchak Tarkay. Tarkay was well known for portraying dream-like images of elegant and stylish women, placing viewers into an imaginary world.   Chinese items that fascinate includes a pair of Chinese octagonal porcelain vases from the early 20th century. These vases are decorated allover with scenes of a military campaign alternating with birds amidst blossoming branches, the rim and more. The list includes Chinese spinach jade panel with its lovely portrayal of Quanyin (The god of mercy), seated on a rock amidst bamboo in a mountainous landscape. Those who would love to bid for these qualitative items ranging from $75 - $15,000 please visit Invaluable

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    Auction Gallery Of The Palm Beaches

    PRESS RELEASE: A Trio of England’s Important Silversmiths De Lamarie, Storr, and Bateman, cross the block at AGOPB Fall auction! Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches Inc., will hold there annual Fall auction on the evening of Monday, October 24th at 6 pm. The auction will feature an Important English 18th and Early 19th century silver collection. This local silver collection was collected over the past forty years and is most notable for selection of pieces by England’s most important and collectible silversmiths, Paul De Lamarie, Paul Storr, and Hester Bateman . This auction will be the gallery’s best silver collection to date and the most important collection to come across the block in Florida.  The De Lamarie pieces are the most prized works of English silver makers and pieces by him are rare and when available are sought after by collectors. The collection features three pieces by the silversmith master including a George II mug dated 1733, a George II snuffer tray from 1734, and a sublime George I brandy warmer dated 1719. The rarity of De Lamarie pieces is well known amongst silver collectors.  The quality of pieces by Paul Storr is well represented including a very fine George II coffee pot, dated 1817, with serpent and mask terminals; a set of four sterling silver entrée dishes and covers from 1827, and a very fine silver basket, dated 1822. The best Storr lot is a George III silver gilt cup and cover dated 1808 of campana form with chased laurel leaf bands and reeded handles ending in Bacchus masks. The piece at 14 ½” high is the largest and most impressive Storr piece ever offered by the gallery. This silver collection has additional pieces to include an important William III punch bowl by William Fawdery, London, dated 1701,with grotesque mask ring handles; a fabulous George III soup tureen and cover, dated 1815 by William Pitts and Josh Preedy; an important George III silver gilt basket by Benjamin and Jas. Smith dated 1811, with grapevine border; and a Hester Bateman teapot, dated 1790. Additional pieces include a rare Gorham…