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    Crocker Art Museum Hosts a Series of Exclusive Benefit Auctions on Bidsquare

    Register to bid online in all three upcoming auctions from the Crocker Art Museum, exclusively on Bidsquare. Crocker Art Museum, Historic building | via NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 14, 2020 / -- Bidsquare is proud to partner with the Crocker Art Museum in hosting a series of auctions now through July 18th, benefitting many aspects of the valued institution. The catalogs feature 200 + artworks, many of which are created by artists in the Museum’s permanent collection. The support raised from these auctions is critical for the Crocker to continue to serve the thousands of children, families and adults that flock to the collections to learn and appreciate art.⠀This year’s art auction season at the Crocker has three components: Big Names, Small Art, an online auction of more than 100 small artworks (12 x 12 inches or less) with bidding on each starting at just $25, regardless of the work’s fair market value; The Crocker Live Auction, a spirited live auction of 10 artworks and the evening’s fund-a-need; and The Crocker Silent Auction, an online auction featuring 90 original works of art by the region’s most renowned artists. crocker Art Museum, Teel Family Pavilion Originally purchased in 1869 by Judge Edwin C. Crocker and renovated by local architect Seth Babson, the property was unique from the start. Babson designed the mansion to a spectacular degree by using the finest materials and focusing on the goal of integrating and displaying the Crocker family's growing art collection. The original family complex included a bowling alley, skating rink, billiards, a natural history museum, library and gallery space. However, as the decades progressed, the mansion went through several uses and reconstructions. Eventually, the interior was transformed into a fully connected gallery space and renamed the Crocker Art Museum in 1978. It is now a California Historical Landmark and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Lot 275, Bubble No. 5, 2014. Pigment print on rag paper, 23 x 34 in Crocker Art Museum, Historic building | via <see photo> Shall we enter through the grand, c.1860s Italiante mansion or the luminous, cutting-edge, structure? No…