7 Press Releases

Tag: Renaissance

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    Old Master Paintings and 19th Century Art

    Finarte’s Old Master Paintings and 19th Century Art sale will highlight the work of Italian Renaissance painter Tommaso di Credi. Alternately known as the “Master of the Santo Spirito Sacra Conversazione” or simply Tommaso, the artist was active between 1490 and 1510 in Florence. Available in this auction is Tommaso’s…

    Tommaso di Credi (attivo a Firenze, fine secolo XV - inizi secolo XVI) - Madonna with Child
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    Atlanta Collections, Session I

    Furniture of all sizes, colors, and eras will be available in the upcoming two-day Hindman auction of Atlanta collections. This sale features over 500 lots of European furniture and decorative art from every period between the Renaissance and Art Deco. The first session features a Louis XIV bureau Mazarin. This…

    An Art Nouveau Style Gilt-Bronze and Frosted Glass Eight-Light Chandelier
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    Worlds Beyond: Fine Books and Manuscripts

    Items included in the upcoming Fine Books and Manuscripts auction, offered by Christie’s, range from medieval illustrations and classics of Russian and German literature to early maps and atlases. Among the items up for auction is David Roberts’ copy of what many consider to be his greatest work, titled The…

    Anonymous French artist
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    The Spring Sale: Day 2

    Margaret Keane remained anonymous through most of her career. The credit for all her work was claimed by her former husband, who was not a painter. She eventually received recognition for the big-eyed paintings that Life Magazine called “the most popular art now being produced in the free world.” Keane’s…

    RAOUL MAUCHERAT DE LONGPRE, France, 1843-1922, Still life of lilacs and roses., Gouache on paper
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    Important European & American Fine Art, Antique & Jewelry Auction

    As a prominent painter in the Florentine Renaissance of the late 1400s, Sandro Botticelli was married to his work. He was trained at the feet of masters before overtaking his teachers and making his own contributions to Italy’s artistic Renaissance. Known best for his religious and mythological works, such as…

    Attributed to Sandro Botticelli (1445 - 1510)
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    Fine and Decorative Art: Live Discovery Auction

    Art from the Renaissance period is unlike all others. Such art forms, that go beyond the visual arts, include revolutionary pieces of furniture from the period. Fine and Decorative Art: Live Discovery Auction by Cowan's Auctions builds upon these themes, featuring a monumental, Renaissance, revival-style sideboard as the highest bid…

    Fine and Decorative Art: Live Discovery Auction
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    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