Fine art pieces from contemporary artists are highlighted in Wright’s upcoming 20th Century Art auction. Works from László Moholy Nagy, John McLaughlin, and Edward Clark are among the items showcased. A portfolio of six lithographs from Moholy Nagy, including a cover page and colophon page, is among the featured lots. Each print is on heavy, woven paper and depicts abstract, geometric shapes.
An oil on masonite piece by John McLaughlin is also included in the sale. McLaughlin, a California-based artist, was a self-taught Abstract painter who blended the styles of Zen painting, Constructivism, and hard-edged Minimalism. Also highlighted is a Harry Callahan gelatin silver print mounted on aluminum. Callahan spoke of his work, “If you choose your subject selectively — intuitively — the camera can write poetry.” For more information and to bid for the mentioned items, visit Wright’s website.
Lot Categories:20th Century, Fine Art (90)
# of Lots:90
Price Range:$900 - $220,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|László Moholy-Nagy 1895–1946|| Estimate: |
|John McLaughlin 1898–1976|| Estimate: |
|Edward Clark 1926–2019|| Estimate: |
|Harry Callahan 1912–1999 Facade, Chicago|| Estimate: |
|Jennifer Bartlett b.1941 In the Garden III, #7|| Estimate: |