COLLECTive Hudson

602 Warren Street, New York, New York 12534

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Collective Hudson is home to select dealers and markets high quality consignments from estates and collectors. Collective Hudson, offers the iconic, historic and the extraordinary masterworks of 20th century furniture, exceptional decorative objects and listed artworks; designer couturier vintage clothes; estate jewelry; fine art photography and Asian works.

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    Select Estate Finds to Present an Eclectic Range of Jewelry Items

    The quintessential American jeweler David Webb is best known for making bold, animal-themed statement jewelry that was coveted by the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Diana Vreeland, and Elizabeth Taylor. This Select Estate Finds sale, hosted by Collective Hudson, showcases one of David Webb’s distinctive pieces: a blue enamel diamond platinum bracelet. It features round brilliant-cut diamonds. Webb’s self-taught style of Art Deco abstract geometry is evident with the convex diamond shape links of the bracelet.  Also available is a rare Audemars Piguet gold automatic skeletonized wristwatch. The 18-karat yellow gold watch is decorated with a sapphire crystal display back. The first skeleton watch was created by Audemars Piguet Holding SA in 1934. Founded by Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet, the company is a renowned Swiss manufacturer of luxury mechanical watches and clocks. Find more interesting online auctions and register to bid online on Bidsquare. 

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    Lowell Nesbitt Headlines Collective Hudson’s Summer Extravaganza Auction

    Collective Hudson’s upcoming Summer Extravaganza sale will feature an oil painting by Lowell Nesbitt. The American painter, printmaker, and sculptor was known for his large, realistic depictions of flowers. Although he was commonly associated with the Photorealist movement, the artist’s style more often resembled the works of Robert Indiana, Andy Warhol, and James Rosenquist. Available in this sale is a large oil painting of a red and yellow tulip in front of a monochromatic black background. The title of the painting, the artist’s signature, and the date can be found on the reverse. A Paul Sipos, Inc., New York label is on the stretcher bar along with an ink stamp from Christie’s. Distinguished French glassmaker and jeweler René Lalique is also represented in this auction. An available Lalique “Belier” Art Deco glass lamp features a round base with an etched ram decoration. It comes with a frosted glass shade and chromed metal base. Visit Bidsquare to view the entire catalog and register to bid.

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    COLLECTive Hudson to Offer Works by Edmund Tarbell, Lowel Nesbitt, and Jean Dupas

    Recognized as a Boston School pioneer, Edmund Tarbell was one of the most celebrated American Impressionists. His works are known for their rich hues that emphasize light and delicate brushwork. Tarbell’s figural compositions were among his best-known pieces. A figural oil painting by Edmund Tarbell highlights COLLECTive Hudson’s upcoming auction. Painted in 1898, The Venetian Blind is one of Tarbell's earliest Impressionist paintings. It is executed in pastel shades. Another painting featured in this event is Lowell Nesbitt’s Red and Yellow Tulip. Inspired by Photorealism and Pop Art, Nesbitt is known for his large-scale images of flowers. The available piece is rendered in vibrant red and yellow hues against a black background. Collectors will also find jewelry pieces by Henry Dunay. A goldsmith and jeweler, Dunay entered the industry at 21 years old and went on to win many international awards. Among his trademarks is the matte finish, as seen on the collar necklace available in this event. It features high polish graduating links and numerous brilliant-cut diamonds on a textured matte surface. Interested collectors can view these pieces and register to bid on Bidsquare.

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    Collective Hudson Offers Paintings from René Buthaud and Reginald Marsh

    Mythological goddesses, usually nude and surrounded by attendants, were depicted in many of René Buthaud’s drawings. Trained by a metal engraver, Buthaud studied art at an early age. His engravings eventually won a Prix de Rome in 1914. He was best known for capturing the curves of human figures in narrative scenes on his vases and sculptures. Examples of Buthaud’s work, including an oil painting titled The Lost, can be found in Collective Hudson’s upcoming Iconic Works Premier Auction. Like Buthaud, Paris-born American painter Reginald Marsh began his career with etchings and engravings. Marsh enjoyed experimenting with his artworks to gradually build his style. Notable works by Marsh captured New York City, Coney Island beach scenes, and the social classes that emerged during the Great Depression. Marsh’s Three Showgirls (c. 1948) tempera painting is available in the auction. Examples of Art Deco collectibles are on offer as well. To view and bid, visit Bidsquare.

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    Antiques, Decorative, Asian Arts, Fine Arts, Silver and Jewelry

    Like many artists in the 1920s and 30s, René Buthaud was intrigued by Classical mythology. Nude figures and mythological goddesses were a subject he frequently returned to, in ceramics as well as paintings. An example of these themes can be found in Buthaud’s oil painting in the upcoming auction, presented by Collective Hudson's Antiques. This work shows a goddess and winged griffin with a landscape background.   A yellow gold necklace designed by Henry Dunay is another leading piece. An American goldsmith and jewelry designer, Dunay worked in the jewelry industry for over 50 years. In 1998, he introduced a design known as Sabi finish, inspired by the Japanese wabi-sabi aesthetic. Sabi, which translates to ‘taking pleasure in the imperfect,’ adopts the concept of acceptance. Another featured piece includes Camille Fauré’s Art Nouveau vase. This early 19th-century piece has a floral motif with gold enamel. Also on offer is a Chrysler marble table from the 20th century and an Anglo-Indian carved table. For more information, visit Bidsquare.