This December, Hindman Auctions will present a collection of artwork representing American and European culture. The sale features the work of Bernard Buffet, a French Expressionist and member of L’homme Témoin, an anti-Abstract art group. A prolific painter, he created over 8,000 pieces during his career. Among them, a piece titled Église will be offered in the upcoming auction. Created in 1965, this oil painting depicts a Catholic church in black and white colors.
Wassily Kandinsky represents Abstract art in this sale with his available ink and charcoal piece. Regarded as a pioneer of the Abstract art form in the early 20th century, Kandinsky studied the relationship between music and color. Alongside Kandinsky are other influential American and European artists, including Margaret Clarke, Rolph Scarlett, and Theodore Clement Steele. View the complete catalog and register to bid for the above items and more at Invaluable
# of Lots:71
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Bernard Buffet (French, 1928-1999) Église, 1965||
|Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866–1944) Abstraction, 1925||
|Margaret Clarke (Irish, 1888-1961) Columbine Rests, c. 1923-1924||
|Rolph Scarlett (Canadian/American, 1889-1984) Untitled, c. 1942||
|Theodore Clement Steele (American, 1847-1926) Winter Sunlight, 1912||
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Bernard Buffet
- european art
- Hindman auction
- Margaret Clarke
- Rolph Scarlett
- Theodore Clement Steele
- Wassily Kandinsky
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