20 Press Releases

Tag: Frank Stella

  • Auction Preview

    Hans Böhler Painting and Tommi Parzinger Cabinets Featured in Abington Auction's Summer Sale

    Hans Böhler was an Expressionist painter from Austria. He was well-known for his bold-colored artworks featuring a unique mix of Impressionism and Austrian avant-garde. The upcoming sale, presented by Abington Auction Gallery, Inc., presents The Red Shawl by Hans Böhler. The heavy impasto oil painting portrays a woman wearing a red shawl against…

    The Red Shawl heavy impasto oil on board by Hans Bohler.
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    Original Etchings and Rare Limited Editions Highlight Dane Fine Art’s Mid-Summer Sale

    Frank Stella is regarded as one of the most ingenious figures of the 20th century. The influential Italian American artist is known for his exuberant portrayal of geometric shapes and irregular patterns in paintings and sculptures. Stella’s Bene Come il Sale (As Good as Salt), an original color etching with…

    Frank Stella Title: Bene Come il Sale (As Good as Salt)
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    Post-War & Contemporary Art Sale of Thiebaud, Lichtenstein, Koons Work to Benefit MSF Ukraine and Children’s Foundation

    The Post-War and Contemporary themed sale at Christie's will showcase works from some of the giants in these categories. The auction starts with an idealized dream of childhood joy in Three Ice Cream Cones by Wayne Thiebaud. It is a 1964 oil painting of the classic Neapolitan trifecta of chocolate,…

    WAYNE THIEBAUD (1920 - 2021) Three Ice Cream Cones
  • Auction Industry

    The Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry - Meet the Artisans Behind the Sculpture

    Toni Putnam, Winter, 1999. Image courtesy of Stair. The world often talks about art and artists. Less often do we hear about the role of an art foundry. However, the foundry plays a fundamental part in giving shape to the artist's vision. An art foundry is not only limited to…

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    Valentine’s Day Sale of Modern and Contemporary Art Features Frans Snyders Dog Painting

    Dane Fine Art’s upcoming auction, the Valentines Sale of Modern and Contemporary Art, features over 1,000 lots by notable artists like Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Louis Icart, and others. The event highlights a painting, titled Dogs Gnawing Joints of Meat, by Frans Snyders. A Flemish painter, Snyders was…

    Frans Snyders Dog Painting
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    Loie Hollowell’s Bodily Landscapes and George Condo’s Collage Artworks Star in Upcoming Christie’s Auction

    Loie Hollowell is famous for her Tantra artworks that transition between figuration and abstraction. Often called “bodily landscapes,” her art depicts shapes like the lingam, ogee, or mandorla. Christie’s online First Open auction presents Linked Lingams in Green, Purple, and Red by Loie Hollowell. The symmetric artwork with a central axis has…

    LOIE HOLLOWELL (b. 1983)
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    Auguste Rodin’s ‘Trois ombres’ Featured in Upcoming Phillips Event

    The father of modern sculpture, Auguste Rodin, once said, “To any artist, worthy of the name, all in nature is beautiful, because his eyes, fearlessly accepting all exterior truth, read there, as in an open book, all the inner truth.” Rodin’s sculptures mirrored reality and expressed human nature in its raw form. This…

    Trois ombres, Taille de la Porte dite aussi Moyen Modèle—variante by Auguste Rodin
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    Seminal Roy Lichtenstein Screenprints and Frank Stella Lithographs Come to Auction with Christie’s

    American painter Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997) was a founding practitioner of the Pop Art movement. He defined the concepts of the genre with images and techniques lifted from popular culture. Roy Lichtenstein’s Brushstroke (1965), a color screenprint on paper, is a key highlight of this timed Christie’s auction. In…

    ROY LICHTENSTEIN (1923-1997)
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Chic And Antique: Nye & Company’s Online Auction, April 21st-22nd, Offers A Scintillating Blend Of Chic Contemporary Furnishings And Stellar Fine Art From The 17th Through The 21st Century – Around 600 Lots In All

    The Wednesday-Thursday auction starts at 10 am Eastern both days. Included is a large selection of modern furniture, rugs and lighting from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Long Island. Oil on canvas maritime scene by Emile A. Gruppe, titled The Yankee (est. $5,000-$7,000). BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – Nye & Company…

    Chic And Antique Nye & Companys Online Auction, April 21st-22nd, Offers A Scintillating Blend Of Chic Contemporary Furnishings And Stellar Fine Art From The 17th Through The 21st Century – Around 600 Lots In All
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    Georges Braque’s Fish Sculpture Leads Akiba Antiques Auction

    A work from Georges Braque will be highlighted in the upcoming March Madness Auction, offered by Akiba Antiques. The French painter is often associated with Cubism. However, Braque also dabbled in Impressionism, Fauvism, and collages. One of his sculptural works, titled Daum "Eunice" Fish, is up for bid in this…

    Daum Eunice Fish By Georges Braque
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    Prints and Multiples

    Beginning in the early 1960s, American artist, film director, and producer Andy Warhol became a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. He was best-known in his early career for his depictions of Campbell’s soup cans and Coca-Cola bottles. Warhol’s fame grew from there until he died in 1987. Highlighted…

    Jasper Johns (American, b. 1930) Corpse and Mirror, 1976
  • Exhibitions

    Multiples and Master Prints | On view Palm beach

    Findlay Galleries is proud to present a collection of Multiples and Master Prints from our modern masters and contemporary artists using various techniques such as lithographs, linocuts, and aquatints. This collection celebrates a select group of Findlay Galleries acclaimed artists; Tadashi Asoma, Marc Chagall, Noe Canjura, Salvador Dali, Robert Indiana, Lee Krasner, Joan Miró,…

    Multiples and Master Prints On view Palm beach
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    Fine Art at Auction - Sale 221

    A leading figure in the Pop Art movement and beyond, Roy Lichtenstein experimented with both Abstract Expressionism and graphic works during his career. One of Lichtenstein’s watercolor paintings from 1952 is available in the upcoming Fine Art at Auction event, presented by Rachel Davis Fine Arts. In the 1950s, his…

    Roy Lichtenstein watercolor
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    Geometric Abstraction

    Sol LeWitt was a supporter of Conceptual Art, a term he coined in 1967. In his essay on Conceptual Art, the artist said, “All the planning and decisions are made beforehand and the execution is a perfunctory affair. The idea becomes the machine that makes the art.” LeWitt helped reinvent…

    Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)
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    Prints and Multiples

    Ansel Adams described his life as “colored and modulated by the great earth gesture.” In love with nature from a young age, the 20th century photographer mostly captured the scenery of the Western United States. Some of his photographs, including Clearing Winter Storm and Moon and Clouds, will be available…

    Tom Wesselmann (American, 1931-2004) Mixed Bouquet with Leger, 1993
  • Press Release

    Just In: Sturtevant

    While often misunderstood during her lifetime, Elaine Sturtevant (most commonly referred to simply as Sturtevant) has become the subject of great critical affection over the past decade. In 2014, the Museum of Modern Art, New York organized “Sturtevant: Double Trouble,” the first American retrospective of her five decade-long career. Together…

  • Press Release

    Still Out + About 2019 More Must-See Summer Exhibits For Aesthetes

    Helen Frankenthaler Prints: Seven Types of Ambiguity at Princeton University Art Museum Celebrated for her contributions to American Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting, Helen Frankenthaler was a significant voice in the realm of post-war American art. This must-see exhibit explores the role of printmaking in Frankenthaler’s oeuvre, the ascendance of…

    Frank Stella; Moby Dick, from Waves II
  • Press Release

    RESULTS: Post-War and Contemporary Art Summer Online-Only Sales

    (left to right) FRANK STELLA (B. 1936), Pergusa Three, State I, from Circuts, woodcut and relief in colors, 1983, Price Realized: $81,250.; ED RUSCHA (B. 1937), The End #8, acrylic on paper, Painted in 1993, Price Realized: $300,000. Contemporary Edition Online | 9 July – 16 July Sale Total: $1,714,625 | £1,371,700 |    €1,521,215 The online-only sale…

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    Contemporary Edition

    Curvy or straight, the strokes of contemporary art is redefining what is and isn’t acceptable. Contemporary art are works of artists living in the twenty-first century. They mirror the culture and society of their time offering their audiences a chance to rethink the familiar. From leading post-war and contemporary artists…

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    Contemporary Collector XI

    For sophisticated modern art, look no further than Artsy & Doyle’s eleventh installment of Doyle: Contemporary Collector.  Offering prints, editions, and original works of both painting and sculpture, this 34-piece collection offers contemporary art that is as accessible as it is dynamic.  Harmoniously curated, there are pieces that are quieter…

    PR-242 Contemporary Collector XI by DOYLE