A key lot of the upcoming Fine Art Auction, presented by Vallot Auctioneers, is a lithograph by Elizabeth Murray. An American Abstract painter, Murray was best known for her large-scale, shaped canvas works and cartoonish drawing style. The available 1987-1988 piece, titled Up Dog, was executed on fourteen sheets of torn and pasted paper.
One of Arnold Blanch’s oil paintings is also highlighted in this sale. Primarily known for his portraits, landscapes, and studio scenes, Blanch also painted several murals under federal art projects. Between 1939 and 1942, Blanch spent summers teaching at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and took day trips to paint landscapes. Executed in shades of brown, gray, and green, the available work depicts a storm above the Colorado Mountains. Also offered is a lithograph from Ronald Davis titled Twin Wave. Since the late 1960s, Davis has been an important figure in the world of Abstract art. Employing new technologies of the time, Davis’ works are composed of flat planes of bold color in two- and three-dimensional space. Visit Bidsquare to browse the full catalog and to register to bid.
# of Lots:185
Price Range:$50 - $5,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Arnold Blanch (American 1896 - 1968)|| Estimate: |
|Elizabeth Murray (American 1940 - 2007)|| Estimate: |
|Ronald Davis (American, Born 1937)|| Estimate: |
|Michael Mazur (American 1935 - 2009)|| Estimate: |
|Annikki Hovisaari (Swedish 1918 - 2004)|| Estimate: |