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Tag: Roberto Matta

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    Black Assemblage by Louise Nevelson Leads Doyle’s Post-War Sale

    Doyle’s October auction of Latin American, Post-War, & Contemporary Art surveys a variety of art movements and styles. Leading the listings is a painted wall construction from Louise Nevelson. The American sculptor and assemblage artist created evocative works that explored cityscapes, the celestial realm, and Cubism. Nevelson favored a monochromatic…

    Louise Nevelson
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    Italian Masters Canaletto and Giovanni Paolo Panini Lead Old Port Auctions Event

    At a young age, Giovanni Antonio Canal entered the artistic circles of early 1700s Venice. His father, Bernardo Canal, was a famous theater artist in his own right. The younger Canal learned scene painting from his father but was unsatisfied with his style. He eventually joined the growing Venetian school…

    Giovani Paolo Panini (1691 to 1765) - Attributed
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    Louis Lozowick Leads Old Master Through Modern Prints at Swann

    Louis Lozowick, New York, lithograph, circa 1925. Estimate $40,000 to $60,000. New York—Swann Galleries’ Old Master Through Modern Prints sale on Thursday, November 12 will include masters of printmaking from the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries.  The auction is led by Louis Lozowick’s scarce circa-1925 Art Deco lithograph New York,…

    Louis Lozowick Leads Old Master Through Modern Prints at Swann
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    Fine Art & Antiques Sessions I and II

    A painting titled Chat-Chat-Chat from Roberto Matta will be offered by Simpson Galleries in the upcoming Fine Art & Antiques sale. Believed to be a portrait of the Chilean artist and his wife Germana Ferrari, the pastel and oil painting from around 1997 shows a courting couple. Matta began his…

    ROBERTO MATTA (Chilean 1911-2002) A PAINTING, Chat-Chat-Chat, 1997
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    Fine Art & Antiques Sessions I and II

    Claudius Ptolemy was a mathematician, geographer, and astronomer who lived in the city of Alexandria. He is best known for creating a world map in his book Geography, written around 150 CE. One of the notable qualities of Ptolemy's map was the use of longitudinal and latitudinal lines. A Renaissance…

    ROBERTO MATTA (Chilean 1911-2002) A PAINTING, Chat-Chat-Chat, 1997
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    'LOVE Is In The Air' Is A Robert Indiana Retrospective At Galerie Gmurzynska

    Galerie Gmurzynska has announced the opening of “LOVE is in the Air” a career-spanning exhibition of notable and rarely seen works by Robert Indiana, on Tuesday March 10th. The exhibition will feature works from 1959-2007 highlighting Indiana’s expansive and multi-faceted career and be on display until April 5th, 2020. Galerie Gmurzynska has…

    Robert Indiana, LOVE WALL (Red Blue), 1966-2007