Few artists can claim stories of adventure as riveting as that of Mort Künstler. His adventure brings together two different worlds-fine art and early history. Heritage Auctions will present some of his finest works at Fine & Decorative Arts Monthly Internet Auction.
His painting- Green Corn Ceremony of the Creek, showcases his passion for historical research and vast artistic abilities. The Green Corn Ceremony, a ritual depicted in the painting, is associated with the quest for spiritual purity. Sharing similar brilliance is an oil on canvas by James McIntosh Patrick. The Scottish landscape painter is known to portray the mesmerizing view of the rural fields, street scenes, and forests.
Besides fine art, the lots continue to impress with a Vintage Louis Vuitton monogram trunk that goes back to the early 20th century. Alongside is a Mexican silver tea and coffee service retailed by Eddie’s. Find more intriguing lots on Heritage Auctions.
Lot Categories:Painting (31), Sculpture (20), Prints and Works on Paper (10), Glass (35), Decorative Arts (25), Furniture (14)
# of Lots:342
Interesting lots include:
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|James McIntosh Patrick (British, 1907-1998)|| Estimate: |
|Mort Künstler (American, b. 1931|| Estimate: |
|A Vintage Louis Vuitton Monogram Steamer Trunk, early 20th century|| Estimate: |
|A Five-Piece Mexican Silver Tea and Coffee Service Retailed by Eddie\\\'s|| Estimate: |
|A Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Wine Goblet, circa 1915|| Estimate: |