5 Press Releases

Tag: gothic

  • Auction Preview

    Objects, Treasures & Trifles from The Collection of Mario Buatta

    The upcoming Stair online auction will present fine art, Chinese decorative art pieces, vintage furniture, and more from the collection of Mario Buatta. Many of the available lots reflect Buatta’s love for color, pattern, and whimsical objects. Among the featured items is a Cappelli umbrella stand by Piero Fornasetti. Inspired…

    Objects, Treasures & Trifles from The Collection of Mario Buatta Stair
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    Winter Estates Auction February 8 & 9, 2020 Day 2 of 2

    The second day of the upcoming Winter Estates Auction offered by Neal Auction Company will include over 450 lots. Item categories such as furniture and decorative art are especially prominent in the collection. One highlighted item is a bronze table lamp with Handel leaded glass from the early 20th century.…

    John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851)
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    Winter Market Auction

    Charles Green Shaw was a successful freelance writer for The New Yorker, Smart Set, and Vanity Fair in the 1920s and 1930s. Then, in his late thirties, he took an interest in art. Shaw studied art under the watchful eye of Thomas Hart Benton and George Luks. He soon became…

    VAN BRIGGLE ART POTTERY LORELEI VASE
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    Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Silver

    Celestial art and furniture, fused at their finest as décor items, can be found in abundance in the Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Silver auction by Hindman. Comprising over 500 lots, the Hindman auction features everything from a 17th-century Flemish mythological tapestry depicting Diana the Huntress to Meiji era, Japanese…

    PR-312 Fine Furniture, Decorative Arts and Silver by Hindman
  • Art Industry

    Medieval Art: Characteristics and Influences

    Mosaic of Jesus Christ in Istanbul, Turkey. Medieval art—which includes a wide variety of art and architecture—refers to a period also known as the Middle Ages, which roughly spanned from the fall of the Roman Empire in 476 A.D. to the early stages of the Renaissance in the 14th century.…