A range of American artworks will be featured in the upcoming American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists auction presented by Freeman’s Auction. One oil painting entitled By the River by Daniel Garber is featured in the sale. This piece highlights important changes in Garber’s style. The use of colors, light, and highly structured compositions were some of the key developments in his paintings. He said about the change: “Now I’m interested in the less obvious, the more suggestive and subtle things that gets [sic] me.”
Charles Demuth was a watercolorist who painted floral and figural compositions and was associated with the Precisionist movement. Demuth’s painting, Zinnias, will be available in this collection. This piece is an example of his more minimalistic works. The upcoming sale will also feature artists such as Mary Elizabeth Price, Karl Bodmer, and John George Brown. Explore the full catalog and register to bid online on Freeman’s Auction.
Lot Categories:American Paintings (67), American Prints (8), American Watercolors (8), Pennsylvania Impressionists (59), American Drawings (4)
# of Lots:152
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Daniel Garber (American, 1880–1958) By the River Signed 'Daniel Garber' bottom center, oil on canvas||
|Charles Demuth (American, 1883–1935) Zinnias Watercolor and pencil on paper||
|Mary Elizabeth Price (American, 1877-1965) Hollyhocks and Delphinium Screen||
|Karl Bodmer (Swiss, 1809-1893) The Archer (Sketch for 'Fort Mackenzie') Pencil signed 'Bodmer' bottom left, pencil on paper||
|John George Brown (American, 1831-1913) Hoisting the Sail||
- Drawings & Watercolors
- Fine Art
- Posters, Prints & Multiples
- #American Art
- Charles Demuth
- Daniel Garber
- Freeman’s auction
- John George Brown
- Karl Bodmer
- Mary Elizabeth Price
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