Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse Travel Bag and John James Audubon’s Octavo Prints Highlight Crescent City Auction Gallery’s Summer SaleAug 26, 2022 13:00 EDT
American fashion designer and artist Stephen Sprouse was celebrated for combining uptown sophisticated styles with downtown pop sensibilities. In 2001, he designed graffiti logo bags for Louis Vuitton in association with Marc Jacobs. The design made a striking impression in the world of fashion. A limited edition graffiti Keepall 50 travel bag by Stephen Sprouse for Louis Vuitton is a key highlight of the upcoming sale from Crescent City Auction Gallery. The exterior is designed with a canvas coated with monogram graffiti and the interior is fashioned with a plain brown canvas. The bag features golden brass hardware, Vachetta leather handles, and a dustbag.
Artist, naturalist, and ornithologist John James Audubon’s set of 13 octavo prints is a noteworthy fine art lot. The 19th-century work comprises depictions of birds including blackcap titmouse, small-headed flycatcher, and clay-colored bunting. Audubon was renowned for his detailed illustrations documenting various species of American birds in their surroundings. Another significant artwork is Eugene Daymude’s pair of oil on board paintings titled French Quarter Courtyard Scene with Fountain and French Quarter Courtyard. Signed D’Mude, both paintings are presented in relief gilt frames. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.
# of Lots:428
Price Range:$10 - $2,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Louis Vuitton Limited Edition Stephen Sprouse Graffiti Keepall 50 Travel Bag|| Estimate: |
|John James Audubon (1785-1851, Haitian/American), Thirteen Octavo Prints|| Estimate: |
|French Louis XVI Style Polychromed Beech Bedroom Suite|| Estimate: |
|Eugene Daymude (1925-1995, Louisiana)|| Estimate: |
|French Louis XV Style Carved Cherry Marble Top Sideboard|| Estimate: |