NY Elizabeth


8950 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 126, Beverly Hills, California 90211
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NY Elizabeth was established in 1956 as an art gallery, and is now one of the leading online auction house with locations worldwide including United States, United kingdom, and Sweden.

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    Fine Art by Fantin-Latour, British Impressionist Painters Available at NY Elizabeth

    Henri-Théodore Fantin-Latour made a name for himself in 19th-century England for his flower still lifes. He worked in a soft, Impressionistic style that drew lessons from the Old Master paintings hanging in the Louvre. An oil on canvas painting by Fantin-Latour depicting the Greek transformation myth of Daphne and Apollo will soon come to auction with NY Elizabeth. Using dark shades and tight brushstrokes, Fantin-Latour depicted a brief moment of contact before Daphne transformed into a laurel tree at the river’s edge.  This sale showcases fine examples of British fine art from across the centuries. Styles represented in the catalog range from Impressionism and Classicism to stern portraits and sweeping landscapes. Collectors interested in religious art can consider a 17th-century Dutch painting showing the marriage of the Virgin Mary. Its style closely resembles the workshop of Peter Paul Rubens. Joseph stands in the center of the frame, accompanied by a white-clad Mary, while cherubs toss down flowers from above. Additional lots of note include a 19th-century portrait of Irishman Henry Gordon Evans by Frederick, Lord Leighton, a Russian Impressionist twilight scene by Alexandr Moravov, and a circular portrait of two young girls by English painter Frank Salisbury. To view the complete catalog and browse other online auctions, visit Bidsquare.

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    Henry-Theodore Fantin-Latour’s Mystical Depiction of Daphne & Apollo Leads British Fine Art Auction

    A rare Napoleonic War-era portrait thought to be of Juliette Récamier is coming to NY Elizabeth’s upcoming auction of British Fine Art. It is an 18th-century French Napoleonic portrait of a lady seated in an interior believed to be painted by Ingres, Simon, or Gerard. Juliette Récamier, born Jeanne Françoise Julie Adélaïde Récamier in 1777 Paris, was a beloved French socialite during her time. Numerous paintings and sculptures were modeled after her modest beauty and mannerisms. As a salon leader, she was a host to notable artists and literary and political figures of her society. In popular culture, because she loved reclining, furniture was termed after her as the récamier. Another legend is brought to life in a 17th-century oil painting. It is believed to have been painted by an Italian Old Master from the Bolognese School. It depicts Diana, goddess of wild animals, and her hound perched on her lap. The Bolognese School was the epicenter of Italian painters of great caliber, and many were heavily influenced by Christianity and saints, giving rise to the Baroque style. One of the most notable lots in the auction is a 19th-century Classical Impressionist scene of Daphne and Apollo by Henry-Theodore Fantin-Latour. The two nude mythical figures, bathed in the moonlight, represent sensual, unattainable love in a beautiful nocturnal woodland scene. Find the listed items and more online auctions on Bidsquare.

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    From Rolex Sea-Dweller to Air-King, NY Elizabeth Presents Luxury Watches

    The watch that conquered the deep ocean is coming to 66 | A Collection of Assorted Timepieces auction at NY Elizabeth. It is the Rolex Sea-Dweller Automatic in stainless steel with a 40mm case. The Rolex Sea-Dweller is waterproof to a depth of 4,000 feet (1,220 meters). The first Sea-Dweller was launched in 1967. This watch is the ultimate manifestation of Rolex’s leadership in divers’ watches and the result of decades of collaboration with diving professionals. From deep sea divers to aviators, Rolex has made watches for record makers and breakers over decades. Other collector’s watches from Rolex like the Air-King, Oyster Perpetual 41, and Datejust are also available in the auction.  Apart from Rolex, this auction offers the world’s most famous reversible watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Reverso Grande Night & Day. It is an 18-karat rose gold watch with a 27.50mm case and automatic movement. The story of its origin begins in the middle of the 19th century in Manipur (India), where the Manipur royals and locals played “sagol kangjei,” translating as horse hockey. The players on horseback hit a ball across a rectangular field. British Lieutenant Sherer reported his observations to Captain Robert Stewart, and the two began playing the game that is now known as polo. In 1930, during a visit to India, Swiss native César de Trey encountered polo-playing British officers who sought a robust timekeeper for use during the game. That resulted in the Reverso– a wristwatch that had a case primarily of two parts, one of which was a swiveling capsule that could be pivoted 180 degrees on a hinge. Find the listed items and more online auctions on Bidsquare.

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    NY Elizabeth Offers Hermès Kelly Lizard Pochette, Louis Vuitton Ultra Limited Pink Monogram Neonoe

    Buying an Hermès bag is considered an investment, and for bag lovers, NY Elizabeth is unpacking plenty of Hermès in its upcoming sale. A 2021 black lizard Kelly pochette (mini handbag) from Hermès will lead the 62 | Summer Collection of Designer Handbags. The style was named after Grace Kelly in the 1970s after she was famously photographed hiding her baby bump with the bag in 1954. A Kelly bag is defined as a “simple and perfectly made, classical bag” that requires one craftsperson 20 hours to make. This particular one is crafted from lizard leather and finished with polished silver-tone hardware. Cristóbal Balenciaga Eizaguirre created Balenciaga as a brand and changed silhouettes created for women forever. A talented little boy born in the small village of Getaria in the Basque region in 1895, Balenciaga was allowed to study fashion by his mother’s patron. A limited-edition Balenciaga hourglass, crossbody bag in upcycled denim, is available in the sale. It comes with a curved top handle and base with a strong metal clasp under the brand’s logo. The auction also has designer handbags from Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Goyard, and Valentino. Find the listed items and more online auctions on Bidsquare.

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    Patek Philippe Nautilus Headlines NY Elizabeth’s Luxury Watch Collection Auction

    A Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712 will headline NY Elizabeth’s upcoming Luxury Watch Collection event. Patek Philippe’s Nautilus Collection, designed by Gérald Genta and named for the fictional ship in Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870), was launched in 1976. The 5712 model found here made its first appearance in 2006. Like the 5711 model, the 5712 watch has a 40-millimeter case in the shape of a ship’s porthole and an octagon-shaped bezel with a blue embossed dial. However, the 5712 has additional features including a moon phase display, a running seconds sub-dial, date display, and a power reserve indicator. This Nautilus has an automatic movement, a power reserve rating of 38 to 48 hours, and is water resistant up to 60 meters.  Also available is a limited edition IWC Le Petit Prince watch. Only 250 of these watches were made. Features include a perpetual calendar with date, day, month, four-digit year, and perpetual moon phase displays, and a chronograph function with hours, minutes, and seconds. Designed with the pilot in mind, this watch also has a flyback function and comes with a convex sapphire glass made with an antireflective coating on both sides that is secured against displacement by drops in air pressure. View the complete collection and browse more online auctions on Bidsquare.

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    Rolex Yacht-Master, Breguet Transatlantique, and Breitling Cockpit B50 Orbiter Available in Assorted Timepieces Collection

    A collection of assorted timepieces will be available in NY Elizabeth’s upcoming auction. One of the leading lots is a 35-millimeter Rolex Yacht-Master. The Rolex Yacht-Master will be showcased alongside watches like Glashutte Original PanoReserve, Zenith Chronomaster El Primero, and Breguet Transatlantique Type XXI Flyback Chronograph. The Rolex Yacht-Master was introduced three decades ago in 1992. The Yacht-Master watches have Rolesium construction, a combination of stainless steel and platinum, making these kinds of watches corrosion resistant. The bezel was carved from a solid piece of platinum. The metal is sandblasted and polished to give the watch its bright silvery shine and finish. The steel grey dial gives an elegant, monochromatic look to the watch, and the contrasting red second hand pops out. A limited-edition Breitling Cockpit B50 Orbiter watch is also available in the timepieces auction. Breitling has been associated with aviation and has been around since 1884. The Breitling Cockpit B50 Orbiter Limited Edition commemorates the Breitling Orbiter 3, a solar-powered balloon that completed the first non-stop balloon flight around the world. Only 213 pieces of these watches exist. This limited-edition watch is powered by the Breitling Manufacture Caliber B50 thermal-compensated SuperQuartz™ analog and digital-display movement designed in-house. It is a black titanium watch with a bright orange band made of rubber. This limited-edition has a notable wrist presence, credited to its style and high functionality. Find all the listed items and more online auctions on Bidsquare.

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    NY Elizabeth Will Make Bugatti’s Tribute Type 35 Model Available at Auction

    Ettore Bugatti, the founder of Bugatti race cars, worked at a bicycle manufacturer after school. He was fascinated with the mechanism of motor cars, which were at their earliest stage at the time. At the age of 17, he produced a tricycle with an engine. The creation was followed by several high-performance automobiles. The upcoming 42 | Beverly Hills Classic Automotive auction offers a Bugatti Tribute, a type 35 model which was manufactured in 1976. At the time, it was the only car capable of achieving speeds of up to 6,000 rpm.  NY Elizabeth’s sale presents a wide collection of luxury automobiles and race cars. Featured is a 1985 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet. Ferrari produced the car from 1980 through 1993. It was initially designed by Pierangelo Andreani. The model notably has a five-speed manual transmission, power windows, and four-wheel disc brakes. It has a sand beige interior. Explore the entire catalog on Bidsquare and browse other online auctions. 

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    NY Elizabeth Luxury Watch Auction Highlights Patek Philippe Nautilus

    A Patek Philippe Nautilus luxury sports watch will be highlighted in the upcoming NY Elizabeth auction. Patek Philippe’s release of the Nautilus meant competition for the Royal Oak, the steel sports watch of Audemars Piguet. Both luxury sports watches were designed by Gérald Genta. The Swiss watch designer came up with Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak model first in 1972. A few years later, in 1976, he created Patek Philippe’s Nautilus. Although similar in design, the Nautilus continues to be the most sought-after luxury sports watch of the two. The Nautilus’ design– its octagon shape, sleek edges, and no visible screws around its bezel– give the watch an elegant, timeless look. The way the bezel and case are screwed together is meant to represent a ship’s porthole. The nautical-themed dial is comprised of horizontal grooves that bear black baton-shaped hands and indexes for a contrasting-colors look.  Brands such as Vacheron Constantin, Rolex, Hublot, and Panerai can also be found in this catalog. Visit Bidsquare for the complete listings or to view more online auctions. 

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    NY Elizabeth’s Fine Art Auction Features Norman Lindsay’s The Castle

    Norman Lindsay (1879 - 1969) was an Australian-born artist recognized for both his controversial art and his influence within the artistic community. Lindsay’s oil painting, The Castle, will be featured in NY Elizabeth’s upcoming auction of European and British fine art. The watercolor portrays a noble man and woman on horseback, presumably recently arriving or soon departing, while attendants tend to their duties. Mounted on board and framed, the artist’s signature can be seen at the lower right corner of the artwork. Other items of interest include oil paintings from the 18th-century Italian and 19th-century English schools— a waterfall landscape and The Battle of Waterloo, respectively. Also available are oil paintings such as Belgian artist Larissa Ickx’s signed Girl with a Gun and British artist Beryl Dalton’s Impressionist-style painting of a nude woman. Visit Bidsquare to find the complete catalog and browse other online auctions.