Creativity, in humans, is a trait that both unites and distinguishes cultures, generations and individuals. People from all over the world express their creativity through the melding of colors, material and media. Yet that vision differs dramatically from place to place and person to person. The Scanlan Collection demonstrates beautifully, such diversity of art from around the world in their newest offering of ethnographic, Asian and fine arts.
Those searching to add a new work of fine art to their collection may be intrigued by the detailing and vibrant, spring colors of a Woodland Scene by Joseph Kleitsch. For collectors interested in East Asian artifacts, a pair of pottery, painted with polo players from 8th century China offers a blend of history and craftsmanship. A selection of carved wood tribal masks and figures from early-20th century Africa would be fine additions for those interested in Central African expressions of creativity.
These examples are only a small sampling of the unique works of art offered by the Scanlan Collection. With prices ranging from $30 to $50,000, discerning collectors of all levels are sure to find lots that match their needs. To view the remainder of this 234-lot auction and register to bid, visit Bidsquare today.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (56), 20th Century (12), Decorative Arts (1), Asian Works of Art (85), American Indian & Ethnographic (65), Collectibles (1)
# of Lots:266
Price Range:$50 - $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Woodland Scene, Oil on Canvas, by Joseph Kleitsch||
|Buddha, Bronze, Thailand, 14/15th Century||
|Storage Jar, China, Neolithic Period (3rd millennium||
- 20th Century
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Asian Works of Art
- Chinese figures
- Chinese pottery
- tribal masks
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