22 Posts

Category: Antiquities

  • Auction Industry

    Still life by Nicolai Fechin (Russian, 1881-1955) could hit six figures in Andrew Jones' July 26th auction

    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Andrew Jones Auctions’ upcoming Design for the Home and Garden Auction on Sunday, July 26th, will feature over 250 lots of important fine art, design, antiques and accessories from collections across the country and throughout California. This will be an online-only auction, with no live…

    Still life by Nicolai Fechin (Russian, 1881-1955) could hit six figures in Andrew Jones' July 26th auction
  • Auction Industry

    The Museum Of Latin American Art (Molaa) Launches Online Auction Pro Covid-19 Recovery Fund

    MOLAA's first complete online auction with 167 artworks from Latin American and Latino artists. LONG BEACH, CA, USA, -- The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) is pleased to launch its first fully online auction with 167 artworks from Latin American and Latino artists. Proceeds from this auction will go…

    The Museum Of Latin American Art (Molaa) Launches Online Auction Pro Covid-19 Recovery Fund
  • Auction Preview

    African and Oceanic Art

    Showcased in this African and Oceanic Art auction is a sculpted, cadaverous male figure from Easter Island. With exposed ribs and pronounced facial features, this type of wood carving is thought to have been important in religious and cultural ceremonies. It was worn by men and women with human hair…

    FINE SERVING BOWL, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
  • Auction Result

    Hindman's inaugural Antiquities and Islamic Art auction brings nearly 1 million

    An Egyptian Wood Falcon Sarcophagus. Late Period, Dynasty 26-30, 664-343 B.C. Height 23 inches. Property from the Estate of Julia Reich, East Orange, New Jersey. Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000. Price Realized: $57,500. CHICAGO, IL.-Hindman announced the phenomenal success of its inaugural Antiquities & Islamic Art auction. Enthusiastic bidding from buyers around…

    Hindman's inaugural Antiquities and Islamic Art auction brings nearly 1 million
  • Exhibitions

    24th Annual Boston International Fine Art Show Reschedules to 2021

    Boston, Massachusetts - The 24th Annual Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS) which was scheduled to take place in October has been rescheduled to October 21-24, 2021 at The Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts.  The only show of its kind in New England, BIFAS features an outstanding selection of…

    24th Annual Boston International Fine Art Show Reschedules to 2021
  • Auction Result

    Christie's Classic Week Online totals $13.4 million

    Jacob de Backer (Antwerp c. 1555-c. 1585), The Liberation of Saint Peter, oil on canvas. Estimate: $80,000-120,000. Price realized: $399,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2020. NEW YORK, NY.- A Roman marble bust of a goddess circa 1st-2nd Century A.D. achieved the top price of the Ancient Art from James and Marilynn…

    Christie's Classic Week Online totals $13.4 million
  • Art Industry

    Monthly Art Shuttle New York – Los Angeles from Fine Art Shippers

    The NYC-based fine art shipping company Fine Art Shippers is happy to announce the launching of a new regular art shuttle service New York – Los Angeles. The NYC-based fine art shipping company Fine Art Shippers is happy to announce the launching of a new regular art shuttle service New York –…

    Monthly Art Shuttle New York – Los Angeles from Fine Art Shippers
  • Auction Industry

    Hindman Auctions Announces Inaugural Antiquities & Islamic Art Auction

    Chicago – Hindman announces its inaugural Antiquities & Islamic Art auction on June 16, offering novice and experienced collectors the rare opportunity to acquire carefully vetted objects outside of the New York or London market from some of the world’s earliest civilizations. While Hindman regularly offers a limited number of…

    Hindman Auctions Announces Inaugural Antiquities & Islamic Art Auction-FI
  • Auction Industry

    Artemis Gallery auction presents antiquities, Asian & ethnographic art

    Ancient Greek Attic black-figure krater by ‘Painter of Louvre F6,’ circa 560-550 BCE, 14in wide with iconographic program featuring a swan between two confronting panthers. Estimate $25,000-$40,000 BOULDER, COLO.- While every auction event conducted by Artemis Gallery is a trip back in time with exciting artifacts from scores of important cultures waiting…

    Artemis Gallery auction presents antiquities, Asian & ethnographic art
  • Art Industry

    The Decorative Arts Trust Awards Research Grants to 13 Emerging Scholars

    The Decorative Arts Trust has announced the 13 recipients of their annual Summer Research Grants. Each year the Trust awards research grants to graduate students working on a Master’s thesis or PhD dissertation in a field related to the decorative arts. The Trust encourages projects that advance diversity in the…

    The Decorative Arts Trust Awards Research Grants to 13 Emerging Scholars
  • Art Industry

    Looking to Enliven Your Company's Work From Home Time? Curating Is Team-Building With Cleveland Museum's ArtLens for Slack App

    New Slack app allows remote workers to use the Cleveland Museum of Art’s world-class collection to curate virtual art exhibitions as a team The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) has launched ArtLens for Slack, the first virtual art exhibition app designed specifically for remote workplaces. The free Slack app connects teams…

    Looking to Enliven Your Company's Work From Home Time Curating Is Team-Building With Cleveland Museum's ArtLens for Slack App
  • Galleries

    Gratz Gallery on The Philadelphia Show and Adapting to Social Distancing

    Colorfield by Leonard Nelson. Photo courtesy of Gratz Gallery. How are galleries adjusting in the age of social distancing? Auction Daily had the opportunity to discuss this with Paul Gratz, owner and head conservator of Gratz Gallery. The gallery is currently participating in the Spring AFA online show and The…

    Gratz Gallery on The Philadelphia Show and Adapting to Social Distancing-2
  • Auction Industry

    Dorotheum opens its season for live auctions

    Jan Brueghel II (Antwerp 1601–1678), An Allegory of Tulipomania, oil on panel, 25.5 x 36 cm, estimate € 250,000 - 350,000. VIENNA.- The month of June will encompass the two major spring auction weeks at Dorotheum, which were postponed from April and May. They will feature Ribera, Brueghel, and Eugen von Blaas…

    Dorotheum opens its season for live auctions
  • Auction Industry

    Neue Auctions' online Pandemic Relief Auction, May 30th, will benefit antiques and arts dealers in Ohio

    Neue Auctions has scheduled a Pandemic Relief Auction for Saturday, May 30th, at 11 am Eastern time, in an effort to support local antiques and fine arts dealers in and around the Cleveland area. The online auction will consist of many "old new-stock" antiques, decorative art, fine art and jewelry, all…

    Neue Auctions' online Pandemic Relief Auction, May 30th, will benefit antiques and arts dealers in Ohio
  • Auction Industry

    Andrew Jones Auctions will hold an online-only DTLA Collections & Estates auction on Sunday, April 19th; no live bidding

    The online auction will feature a vast selection of market fresh furnishings, decorations and accessories, all enticingly priced, at 10:30 am Pacific time. Etruscan terracotta votive head mounted on a stand, overall 12 inches tall (est. $2,000-$4,000). DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Andrew Jones…

    Andrew Jones Auctions will hold an online-only DTLA Collections & Estates auction on Sunday, April 19th; no live bidding2
  • Auction Industry

    These auction items are out of this world. No, really.

    A piece of the Murchison meteorite that hit Australia in 1969 is displayed in New York on March 6, 2020. It is among space rocks to be included at an auction by Christie’s. Karsten Moran/The New York Times.by Kevin Coyne After an immeasurable journey through time and space, a craggy…

    These auction items are out of this world. No, really.
  • Auction Preview

    Something For Everyone

    The upcoming Something For Everyone auction, offered by Joshua Kodner, highlights a tourmaline pendant and chain from Tiffany & Co. In 1876, gemologist Dr. George Frederick Kunz walked in the Tiffany & Co. office in New York City with a tourmaline stone that he had obtained from the Mount Mica Mine…

    Zuni Turquoise & Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet
  • Auction Preview

    Historically Significant Railroadiana

    In the 1930s and '40s, the Santa Fe Scout provided train routes between Los Angeles and Chicago. It was designed with the budget-conscious traveler in mind. Available in the upcoming Historically Significant Railroadiana auction, presented by Dirk Soulis Auctions, is a porcelain sign for the Santa Fe Scout. The auction's…

    CHARLES GRAHAM PAINTING OF PRR LIMITED EXPRESS C. 1880
  • Auction Preview

    Array Of Fineries

    Sampling pieces of fine and decorative art ranging from propaganda posters to jade carvings, Swarovski crystals and beyond, the upcoming October Array of Fineries auction will include over 900 items. Offered by Hill Auction Gallery, this sale will particularly highlight a Western painting from American artist Charlie Dye. This original…

    Andy Warhol Jacqueline Kennedy II AP Screenprint/Auctiondaily
  • Auction Preview

    Fine Antiquities, Asian, Ethnographic Art

    The rhyta was an ancient drinking vessel used by Iranians and other ethnic groups. An example is available in the Fine Antiquities, Asian, and Ethnographic Art auction, presented by Artemis Gallery. This rhyta, or drinking vessel, is in the form of a fish man. Liquid is poured into the fish…

    Fine Antiquities, Asian, Ethnographic Art Artemis Gallery