Somewhere in nature, away from the chaotic modern world, Henri-Joseph Harpignies found serenity. A painting by Henri-Joseph Harpignies is one among many highlights of the upcoming Fine Art & Antique Auction by Helmuth Stone Gallery. Harpignies’ realism technique provides grandeur to the scenery of woods as the use of subtle watercolor proves to be an important element.
The core of the collection is devoted to works of many masterful artisans such as the works of a French-Armenian painter, Jean Jansem. Known for painting nudes, still life and figures, he uses his stylistic abstract concept on a wide range of media. This September sale also offers a rare and exceptional GIA Certified diamond that will prove to be worthwhile. The round cut ring places itself at the top of the selection with the highest estimation of $70,000. Find more of these lots on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (177), 20th Century (26), Decorative Arts (75), Furniture (1), Jewelry (16), Asian Works of Art (48), American Indian & Ethnographic (2), Couture & Textiles (1), Collectibles (8)
# of Lots:358
Interesting lots include:
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|GIA Certified 3.61ct Round Brilliant Diamond|| Estimate: |
|Attr. Sebastian de Herrera Barnuevo, Carlos II|| Estimate: |
|Beautiful 35ct Aquamarine & Diamond Gold Necklace|| Estimate: |
|Henri-Joseph Harpignies (France, 1819 - 1916)|| Estimate: |
|Charles-Clement Calderon (1870 - 1906) Venice|| Estimate: |
|Chinese Song Dynasty Qingbai Ware Bowl|| Estimate: |