6 Press Releases

Tag: Bob Kuhn

  • Auction Preview

    American and European Art by Charles Sheeler, Bob Kuhn, Lê Phổ, and Others

    Charles Sheeler, a founding member, and leader of the Precisionism art movement had a keen eye for the large forces shaping 1920s America. With his camera and paintbrush, Sheeler sought to explore the triumph of industrialization in American cities. Rago will present a notable drawing by Charles Sheeler in the…

    Charles Sheeler 1883–1965 View of Central Park
  • Auction Preview

    Grandma Moses Folk Art Featured in Forthcoming Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

    Commonly known as Grandma Moses, Anna Mary Robertson was an American painter best known for her folk paintings. Engineer and art collector Louis Caldor discovered her work in 1938 when he saw her paintings displayed in a New York drugstore window. She then gradually rose to popularity. Coeur d’Alene Art…

    Anna Mary Robertson Grandma Moses (1860–1961) – The Church in the Hills (1944)
  • Auction Preview

    Walter Ufer and Cyrus Dallin Lead Bonhams’ First Stand-Alone Auction of Western Art

    In its first stand-alone Western Art sale in Los Angeles, Bonhams highlights notable American works of fine art. Isleta, New Mexico by German-born American artist Walter Ufer is a leading lot. Ufer was known for his raw and un-romanticized compositions. In Isleta, Ufer shows young women in their everyday settings,…

    WALTER UFER
  • Auction Industry

    Go West: An Interview with Jackson Hole Art Auction’s Madison Webb, Ahead of Annual Sale

    It’s Been a Long Day by Howard Terpning. Photo courtesy of Jackson Hole Art Auction. The phrase "Go West" conjures up images of cross country adventures, rugged individualism, and breathtaking panoramas. It also perfectly captures the essence of the Jackson Hole Art Auction, which will be held on September 19th,…

    Go West An Interview with Jackson Hole Art Auctions Madison Webb Ahead of Annual Sale3
  • Auction Result, Press Release

    Bidsquare Drives $1.4 Million at Coeur d'Alene

    NEW YORK — Bidsquare, the exclusive online bidding platform for The Coeur d'Alene Art Auction for the fifth consecutive year, readied itself for an increase in online participation in light of pandemic restrictions and limited, in-person auction attendance. The event on July 25, 2020 was held at the Grand Sierra…

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  • Press Release

    Western Art Collector

    Roxanne Hofmann Mowery points out the family’s favorite house cat to visitors entering their home. Stalking Panther is a large bronze sculpture by Alexander Phimister Proctor (1860-1950). The sculpture is from her parents’ collection and has its own unusual story. Proctor was a friend of Major John Pitcher, superintendent of…