Willow Auction House Presents Norman Rockwell Artist’s Proof, Steinway Piano, & CollectiblesSep 23, 2021 12:00 EDT
One of the best-known images from the American civil rights movement is The Problem We All Live With by Norman Rockwell. The piece depicts six-year-old Ruby Bridges on her way to the all-white Frantz Elementary School. Four deputy U.S. Marshals accompany her. It was originally published in the centerfold of Look magazine for the January 14th, 1964 issue. A signed artist’s proof collotype copy of the painting is up for bid in the upcoming Great Estates Fall Curated Auction, presented by Willow Auction House. Other fine art lots in the sale include paintings by David Burliuk, Alex Katz, and Robert Indiana.
Beyond artworks, the catalog also presents furniture, jewelry, shipbuilder’s models, and other items. Bidders can consider a Steinway Model D concert grand piano that was the personal instrument of pianist Toba Brill. Rolex wristwatches and a Herman Miller chair with an ottoman by Charles and Ray Eames round out the listings. View any of these lots and register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (75), Furniture (31), 20th Century (23), Decorative Arts (22)
# of Lots:202
Price Range:$60 - $60,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Steinway Model D Concert Grand Piano|| Estimate: |
|Alex Katz Screenprint Julia & Alexandra|| Estimate: |
|Norman Rockwell Collotype Ruby Bridges|| Estimate: |
|Eames For Herman Miller Lounge Chair and Ottoman|| Estimate: |
|Men's Rolex 18k Gold Day-Date President|| Estimate: |
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