Morton Subastas’ upcoming Online Only | Morton Weekly auction offers several works from Mexican artists along with vintage furniture, jewelry, and more. Leading the furniture lots is a 19th-century two-bodied cabinet and a Quadrilongo piano with a mahogany finish. The former item is the work of Sergio Bustamante, a Mexican sculptor. Bustamante is known for his depictions of animals and inventive humanoid creatures. His works are typically made of papier-mâché, wood, or bronze.
The work of artists such as Carlos Poveda, Henry Moore, and José Manuel Schmill Ordóñez can also be found. Poveda’s painting, in particular, is one of the highlighted items. This piece is made with oil paint and sand on canvas. The artist often experiments with unusual materials such as sand to add texture to his paintings. For more information and to register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (51), Decorative Arts (63), Furniture (59), Jewelry (58), Collectibles (43), Wine & Spirits (20)
# of Lots:299
Price Range:$8 - $1,587
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Sergio Bustamante. (Culiacán, México, 1949-) Cabinet|| Estimate: |
|Quadrilongo Piano|| Estimate: |
|Carlos Poveda. Tepuyes. Oil And Sand On Canvas|| Estimate: |
|Henry Moore. Six Reclining Figures|| Estimate: |
|José Manuel Schmill Ordóñez. Patricia|| Estimate: |