José Manuel Schmill Ordóñez was always a free-spirited and bold individual. Whilst the early training period, Ordonez realized there wasn’t much Jose Bardasano (Ordóñez’s teacher) could teach to further his skills in artistry. Hence, Ordóñez left to be inspired by the paintings of John Singer Sargent, Abram Arkhipov, and Max Liebermann. Their influence can be observed in all of his works, especially “Patricia” which is being auctioned at Morton Weekly by Morton Subastas. Framed in carved wood, it is a charcoal on paper depicting a lady in the nude, striking a pose with invigorating eyes and a beautiful presence.
Morton offers 300 lots every week for avid auction buyers who love collecting rare and unique pieces from all around the world. On 21st September, the weekly auction is offering an Ivory and bone carving representing a Chinese warrior. The warrior is dressed in chain mail, helmet as a hat with a spear and sword, standing at the top of the list at the highest estimated value of MXN $28,000.
One can also explore notable categories such as Chinese porcelain with the 20th Century pink family-style Chinese pair of vases. Ranging from MXN $800 – MXN $28,000, the curation seems to be a pure delight for any decorative art collector; one that should not be missed. For more details visit Bidsquare .
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (300)
# of Lots:300
Price Range:$30 - $2,025
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Warrior. China. Twentieth-century.||
|José Manuel Schmill Ordonez. Patricia. Signed and dated 1981||
|Vertical piano. U.S. SXX In wood and metal||
|20th Century Chinese Pair of vases. Pink family style||
|Berkes Antal. Park Scene. Oil on Canvas||
- Decorative Arts
- 20th Century
- Berkes Antal.
- Chinese Vase
- José Manuel Schmill Ordonez
- Oil on Canvas
- Twentieth Century
- Vertical piano
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