Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s life was a seamless blend of fate, hard work, and talent. Renoir moved to Paris between 1844 – 1846 near Louvre (a world-renowned art museum). Less than six decades later, he’d be known as the leader of the Impressionism movement. Featuring more than 30 of his works, Decorative Arts, Fine Art & Jewelry auction by Bunte Auction Services presents an honorable collection for art admirers. Amongst the 197 lots offered, artists like Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Edouard Leon Cortes not only define variation but present exclusivity.
One artist that cannot be missed is Edna Hibel. Almost 98 years of life experience made her pour colors on every canvas, ever so delicately. Best known for her use of colors, the painting featured here is an oil glaze on canvas depicting two-woman (circa 1970). However, standing out among this fine selection of art is Edouard Leon Cortes’s work at the highest estimated value of $16,000. The painting is a portrayal of people walking through the streets, to what seems to be in the evening as the lights are glowing on the background on the poles. This imaginative and vivacious painting, among many more, can only be found in this collection. Visit Bunte Auction Services for more information.
Lot Categories:Art (139), Collectibles (25), Home & Garden(167), Mixed Media & Collages (4), Furniture (9)
# of Lots:190
Price Range:$50 - $16,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Didier-pouget, William|| Estimate: |
|Hibel, Edna|| Estimate: |
|Renoir, Auguste|| Estimate: |
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