Work by Established and Emerging Artists at Hindman, From Tom Uttech to Julio Le ParcAug 22, 2022 10:00 CDT
Hindman’s August Fine Art & Design Selections sale juxtaposes works from established and emerging artists, ranging from Alan Shields and Purvis Young to Isamu Noguchi and Pier Giacomo. Among the top lots is an oil painting by Tom Uttech, a Wisconsin-based artist who has a well-established exhibition history. His landscapes blend real nature scenes with imagined, idealized elements. “Since these pictures are about nature and our role in it, the knowledge gained might grow into love of nature, and thus into concern for its well-being,” Uttech has stated for Tory Folliard Gallery. Titled Mons Ogidabik, the available Tom Uttech painting from 1995 shows a sunset scene over a rocky outcrop and river. Also notable from American artists is a pair of glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly. Pairing a small enclosed element with a large, open fan, both sculptures use shades of violet, indigo, and electric green.
This sale includes a set of four prints from major Kinetic artist Julio Le Parc. An icon of contemporary Argentine art, Le Parc worked ahead of the Op Art trend to create a new type of art experience. Bidders can also consider a 1988 mixed media piece by Polish-American artist Jan Sawka and a nude painting by multi-media Swiss artist Luciano Castelli. Among design lots, a pair of Swan chairs by Arne Jacobsen is particularly notable. Browse the full catalog and register to bid by visiting Hindman’s website.
Lot Categories:Fine Art, 20th Century (252)
# of Lots:252
Price Range:$200 - $6,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|David Klamen (American, b. 1961) Untitled, 1997|| Estimate: |
|Tom Uttech (American, b. 1942) Mons Ogidabik, 1995|| Estimate: |
|Julio le Parc (Argentinian, b. 1928) La Longue Marche (four prints), 1974-1975|| Estimate: |
|Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) Iris Persian Set, 1999 Portland Press, USA|| Estimate: |
|Jan Sawka (Polish, 1946-2012) Small Hours 2, 1988|| Estimate: |
|Arne Jacobsen (Danish, 1902-1971) Pair of Swan Chairs, model 3320, c. 1974 Fritz Hansen, Denmark|| Estimate: |
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