Donald Baechler’s prominence in the Neo-Expressionist art movement was a result of his unusual aesthetic sense. The American artist is best known for portraying objects such as telephones, ice cream, and flowers in outwardly simple imagery that conveys a meaningful story. An ink on paper print by Baechler, titled Flower, will be available in the upcoming New York City Estate Auction, presented by Showplace Antiques & Design Center. It shows the silhouette of flowers in a wide vase, created using thick black lines against a contrasting background.
Several pieces of decorative art will be available as well, including an Italian majolica polychrome vessel shaped like the head of a monkey. This piece shows the animal with its eyes wide open and ears pulled back. A collection of precious stones, jewelry, and haute couture will also be featured in the event. Explore the entire catalog and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (48), Decorative Art (103), Furniture (54), Jewelry (117), Asian Works of Art (23), Watches & Clocks (15), Couture & Textiles (51), Collectibles (13)
# of Lots:424
Price Range:$200 - $2,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Donald Baechler Flower Ink on Paper Print|| Estimate: |
|Hermes Kelly Inspired Faux Lizard Handbag|| Estimate: |
|Italian Majolica Polychrome Monkey Head Vessel|| Estimate: |
|Modern 14K Yellow Gold Sculptural Link Choker|| Estimate: |
|Agnes Richmond Rocky Landscape Oil on Canvas|| Estimate: |
|Chanel Silk Scarf with Chain & Jewel Motif|| Estimate: |