6 Press Releases

Tag: Francisco Zuniga

  • Auction Industry

    Sterling Associates announces highlights of Estates Auction

    ‘Chips That Pass in the Night,’ oil-on-canvas, 16.5 x 19.5in, possibly American or English. Titled, dated (1898) and artist-signed (indistinctly) on back of frame. Estimate $3,000-$4,000. NORWOOD, NJ.-Sterling Associates, Bergen County, New Jersey’s foremost estate specialists, will conduct this year’s edition of their popular Fall Collectors Estate Auction on Wednesday,…

    Sterling Associates announces highlights of Estates Auction
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    Latin American Art Online

    Costa Rica-born Mexican artist Francisco Zúñiga was best known for his nude figural works. To give his sculptures a more realistic presentation, Zúñiga used southeastern Mexican women as his models, sculpting them standing or seated, singly, in pairs, or in groups. His sculptures capture the anatomy of young, mature, and…

    Peter Von Artens (1937-2003)
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    American and European Fine Art Auction

    Paul Howard Manship was an Art Deco sculptor whose modern style and subjects were largely inspired by classical forms. An example of his work is available in the American and European Fine Art Auction, presented by Rago. The featured bronze carving by Manship entitled Adjutant Stork shows the standing bird…

    Julien Dupré (French, 1851-1910)/Auctiondaily
  • Press Release

    Discover Rago's November 8 + 9 Art Auction

    Rago’s November 8 + 9 Fine Art Auctions present nearly 650 lots of paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs and works on paper by artists including Willem de Kooning, Jean Michel Atlan, Francisco Zúñiga, John Sennhauser, George William Sotter and more. Below, we take a closer look at a selection of work…

    Discover Rago's November 8 + 9 Art Auction
  • Auction Industry

    Fontaine’s summer-long quest to culminate in Sept. 14 auction

    A rare Tiffany Studios leaded glass aquatic fish lamp ($80,00-$100,000) on a bronze pumpkin base has a shade surrounded by five swimming fish in gold mottled glass, 17½ inches tall with a 16-inch-diameter shade. Fontaine’s image PITTSFIELD, MASS. – John Fontaine and his staff have been busy this summer acquiring…

    Fontaine’s Auction Gallery
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    Fine Paintings & Sculpture

    Paintings which were considered out of fashion is today the most saleable form of art. From cave paintings in the pre-historic times to the era of revolution during the Renaissance, it has spoken for many and has provided calm in chaos! When you hear about a Skinner auction, you cannot…