COLLECTive Hudson to Offer Works by Edmund Tarbell, Lowel Nesbitt, and Jean DupasJan 31, 2021 11:00 EST
Recognized as a Boston School pioneer, Edmund Tarbell was one of the most celebrated American Impressionists. His works are known for their rich hues that emphasize light and delicate brushwork. Tarbell’s figural compositions were among his best-known pieces. A figural oil painting by Edmund Tarbell highlights COLLECTive Hudson’s upcoming auction. Painted in 1898, The Venetian Blind is one of Tarbell’s earliest Impressionist paintings. It is executed in pastel shades.
Another painting featured in this event is Lowell Nesbitt’s Red and Yellow Tulip. Inspired by Photorealism and Pop Art, Nesbitt is known for his large-scale images of flowers. The available piece is rendered in vibrant red and yellow hues against a black background. Collectors will also find jewelry pieces by Henry Dunay. A goldsmith and jeweler, Dunay entered the industry at 21 years old and went on to win many international awards. Among his trademarks is the matte finish, as seen on the collar necklace available in this event. It features high polish graduating links and numerous brilliant-cut diamonds on a textured matte surface. Interested collectors can view these pieces and register to bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:494
Price Range:$10 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Lowell Nesbitt Important large Oil Painting on Canvas|| Estimate: |
|Edmund Tarbell Signed Venetian Blind Pastel with documentation|| Estimate: |
|Henry Dunay, Yellow Gold, Platinum And Diamond Collar Necklace|| Estimate: |
|Joan Miro Gouache on Paper Signed|| Estimate: |
|Camille Fauré exceptional 12 enamel on copper vase|| Estimate: |