Experimentation with mediums allows art achieve uniqueness and excellence. Moving past a canvas and creating something more than a two-dimensional piece, such as a sculpture, brings out new elements in a work of art. Like in case of Ruth Duckworth’s work presented at Art & Design Auction by Toomey & Co. Auctioneers, where one can observe the exploration of abstract forms. Finding much of her inspirations from nature, her seamless ceramic sculpture is offered as the highlight of this collection.
Further displays of oil on canvas includes one by Maurice Denis, also known as the ‘Great French Painter’. His painting effortlessly brings mystical and religious compositions to life, rejecting realism. Combined with the best examples of artistry by Roy Curtis Craven Jr., Anna E. (Wilton) Keener, and Giuseppe Gambino, their abstract Expressionist paintings allow viewers to see their imagination and optimism through the use of vibrant colors and intense patterns. Find more about the auction on Invaluable.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (2), Collectibles (16), Decorative Art (210), Fine Art (158), Furniture (311), Jewelry (24)
# of Lots:723
Interesting lots include:
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|Ruth Duckworth (German/American, 1919-2009) Untitled (wall relief sculpture)|| Estimate: |
|George Nelson (1908–1986) for Herman Miller Thin Edge miniature cabinet|| Estimate: |
|Angelo Lelii (1911-1979) for Arredoluce articulating wall lamps|| Estimate: |
|Teco, Fritz Albert (1865-1940), designer four-handled vase / lamp base|| Estimate: |
|Gus Nall (American, 1919-1995) Untitled oil on canvas|| Estimate: |
|E. Jones (19th century) Two Young Girls, 1836 oil on canvas|| Estimate: |