Still Life by Severin Roesen Featured In Antiques & Decorative Arts From Estates & Collections EventJun 26, 2022 10:00 EDT
Originally known as an enamel painter in Germany, Severin Roesen moved to the city of New York in 1848 during the Revolution. By the 1900s, he had created his own signature style by frequently painting realistic depictions of grapes and foliages. His intricate still-lifes often show nature and its beauty in its details. Some of his works will be made available at New Haven Auctions’ Antiques & Decorative Arts From Estates & Collections. One of the top lots shows a display of fruits including oranges, and grapes. Strawberries have been showcased as though they have fallen from the basket.
A Steinway & Sons Model O piano will lead the upcoming auction. Known as “small grands,” the Model O pianos were produced from 1900 throughout 1924. Mahogany case decorates the offered Model O. Bidders can also find an array of items, ranging from Cubist Painting by Albert Gleizes to Gorham Sterling Flatware. Interested collectors can explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:435
Price Range:$100 - $12,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Severin Roesen - Still Life of Fruit|| Estimate: |
|Severin Roesen - Still Life of Fruit-2|| Estimate: |
|Albert Gleizes - Cubist Painting|| Estimate: |
|Large Cow Weathervane|| Estimate: |
|Horse and Rider Weathervane|| Estimate: |