To say that Pablo Picasso dominated Western art in the 20th century is not in itself unusual. He was renowned as a pioneer involved in almost every art movement of the century. Picasso’s art revolved around his muses; his children, lovers, wives, and even birds. St. Louis Collections from Hindman Auctions house will present Picasso’s “Colombe Volant (flying dove)” as one of the highlights of the auction.
The ensemble of elite jewelry from Marcus & Co, adds life to the curation. Marcus & Co is responsible for producing interesting decorative items. The American silver pitcher with an applied hollow handle is a beautiful example of elegance offered by the jewelry house. Similarly, an item that can leave observers in awe is an oil on canvas by Lynne Drexler. The colorist’s bold use of vibrant palette mixed with dark and light tones are quite unmistakable. Discover a variety of lots on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (100), 20th Century (16), Decorative Arts (87), Furniture (11), Asian Works of Art (10)
# of Lots:314
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Colombe Volant, 1961|| Estimate: |
|Lynne Drexler(American, 1928-1999)Untitled, 1962|| Estimate: |
|An Empire Style Gilt Bronze Portico ClockHeight 19 x width 9 x depth 5 inches.|| Estimate: |
|John William Beatty(Canadian, 1869-1941)Before the Storm, 1929|| Estimate: |
|An American Silver Pitcher Marcus & Co., New York, NYwith applied hollow handle.|| Estimate: |