Maximilien Luce created several paintings in the Pointillist style, a technique of neo-Impressionist painting using tiny dotted patterns. This particular approach differentiated him from many of his contemporaries. One of his oil paintings, entitled La Charrette de Foin, is featured in the upcoming Cleveland Collections auction. Besides Luce’s oil painting, Cowan Auctions will also offer a piece from Henry John Yeend King, a celebrated British artist. He is best known for his paintings depicting rustic English farms and young women from the countryside. While his style was inspired by Impressionism, his paintings display realistic details that differ from Impressionism’s broad brushstrokes and playful use of light. The available painting by King depicts two well-dressed women on a terrace, chatting with each other.
Other featured items include a glasswork sculpture by Jon Kuhn. This piece is a composition of tiny glass shards alternating with smooth glass pieces. A pair of purple blown glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly will be available as well. To bid for the above-mentioned items and view the complete catalog, visit Cowan Auctions.
# of Lots:308
Price Range:$75 - $12,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Maximilien Luce (French, 1858-1941)|| Estimate: |
|Henry John Yeend-King (British, 1855-1924) Two Women on a Terrace|| Estimate: |
|Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1951) Persian Pair (PP05)|| Estimate: |
|Jon Kuhn (American, b. 1949) Windsong|| Estimate: |
|George III Sterling Armorial Salver|| Estimate: |