The upcoming Liquidation Auction, offered by Morton Subastas, will feature paintings, books, and furniture. A key highlight is an untitled acrylic painting by José Castro Leñero, the winner of the Rufino Tamayo sixth and eighth biennial artistic competitions. Known for his hyperrealistic paintings, the available piece depicts a scene of Mexico City in dark colors.
Another lot of interest in the sale is an 1815 edict on the prohibition of insurgent texts by Manuel de Flores. Other notable lots include six photographs by Pedro Meyer that pay tribute to the beauty hidden in the depths of the ocean, a golden brass microscope by E. Leitz Wetzlar with nine interchangeable lenses, and a Collard & Collard vertical piano made in England. A ceiling light from Italy, an acrylic and paper piece by Iván Villaseñor, and a pair of Bukhara style rugs from Pakistan will be offered as well. The latter is made of wool and cotton and is weaved in salmon, beige, and red colors. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Art (250)
# of Lots:250
Price Range:$500 - $100,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|JOSÉ CASTRO LEÑERO, Untitled, Signed, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 120 cm|| Estimate: |
|PEDRO MEYER, Jewels of the Atlantic, Signed, Silver / Gelatin, 70/230, 14.6x 21.6 cm each, Pieces: 6|| Estimate: |
|MICROSCOPE. GERMANY, S. XX. Brand: E. LEITZ WETZLAR, 9 interchangeable lenses. Made of golden brass. 10 pieces. 30 cm high|| Estimate: |
|Lot of 2 rugs. Pakistan. SXX Bukhara style. In wool and cotton fibers. In salmon, beige and red colors. 224 x 157 cm|| Estimate: |
|LOT OF BOOKS, ART AND RELIGION. History of the Popes / Art and Man. Pieces: 5|| Estimate: |