Available in the upcoming Palm Beach Collections Session II sale, presented by Hindman, is a sculpture in steel from Tony Rosenthal. He is primarily known for his public art sculptures, created over seven decades. His outdoor pieces can be seen in several city spaces, including New York. Over the years, Rosenthal began working on a series of freestanding steel sculptures, designed to resemble sketches floating in space. By adding one unit to another, the artist welded each element into place, forming Accumulation Sculptures in large and small sizes. The available piece, titled Mozart Prelude, shows each unit connected to the others.
Collectors interested in 20th-century paintings can find a piece by Lowell Nesbitt. He is recognized for his paintings of flowers on patterned backgrounds. However, Nesbitt drifted towards abstraction in 1962, depicting subjects such as piles of shoes, dogs, empty studios, and urban buildings. The available painting shows a collection of shoes in vibrant colors. Also among the highlighted pieces is a Reuge music box in a piano form. The 20th-century piece is set with amethyst and pearl. Marked by Reuge, the music box is also mounted with emerald green. Fine art from Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and David Shapiro will also be available. Those interested in these lots can register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (39), Decorative Arts (90), Furniture (62), Collectibles (15), Asian Works of Art (4)
# of Lots:212
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Benito Cerna (Peruvian, b. 1960) Dama Con Oleos Pinceles|| Estimate: |
|John Young (British, 1755-1825)|| Estimate: |
|Tony Rosenthal (American, 1914-2009) Mozart Prelude, 1998|| Estimate: |
|Lowell Nesbitt (American, 1933-1993)|| Estimate: |
|Edward Kienholz (American, 1927-1994) Suitcase/Koffer, Documenta 5, Kassel, 1972|| Estimate: |