It is no secret that art goes beyond the canvas. Rather, art is an embodiment incorporated in different forms and styles that goes all the way from pallet knife painting to alluring pottery. In hopes to illustrate such artistic variations, Dirk Soulis Auction offers X-Large Two Ring Estate Auction; presenting antiques, art glass, pottery, decorative arts, jewelry, paintings, porcelain, and sculpture.
The collection of more than 100 workmanships include Weller Louwelsa pottery vase which is decorated with chrysanthemums. In the early the 20th century, the Weller’s production has played a major role in bringing art pottery in the forefront, as an industry. Among the lots, Walnut dresser is a revival of classical Renaissance model that stretches from circa 1870. It is showcased as the highest valued piece of $2,000. The auction further reveals an art that works with patterns; adding an intense element of interest to the painting. Find more information on Soulis Auction.
Lot Categories:Antique Lighting (2, Antiques (7), Art Glass (15), Art Pottery (18), Decorative Arts (2), Drawings (2), Furniture (5), Furniture Designer (1), Jewelry (6), Military (2), Paintings (10), , Porcelain (58), Pottery (2), Prints (11), Railroad (1), Sculpture (1), Textile (1), Toys (1), Victorian (1)
# of Lots:146
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|An Inlaid Walnut Dresser Pottier & Stymus||
|Louis Icart (1888 - 1950) Pencil Signed Mezzotint||
|Willi Bauer (Born 1923) Oil on Canvas||
|A 16-inch Weller Louwelsa Art Pottery Vase||
|Patricia Lynn Malone (b. 1930) Watercolor on Paper||
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- 19th century
- Antique Lighting
- Art Glass
- Dirk Soulis
- estate auction
- Kitchen Antiques
- Louis Icart
- Patricia Lynn Malone
- Pottery Vase
- Walnut Dresser
- Weller Louwelsa Art
- Willi Bauer
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