56 Press Releases

Tag: Salvador Dali

  • Auction Preview

    Dalí’s Lithographs Will Lead New York City Estate Auction

    Salvador Dalí’s lithographs depicting the 12 zodiac signs are among the highlights of Showplace Antique’s upcoming New York City Estate Auction. Created in 1967, these lithographs depict the 12 signs, from Aries to Pisces, in a vibrant palette. This work illustrates the astrological symbols in its details, a departure from…

    Salvador Dali The Twelve Signs of The Zodiac
  • Galleries

    Limited-Edition Bronze Sculptures by Salvador Dali Are Available for Purchase Through the Mahlstedt Gallery in New York

    The Mahlstedt Gallery is partnering with the famous Swiss art gallery Galerie Alexander E. Räber in Zurich, to sell the sculptures throughout North America. The melting clock motif frequently used in Salvador Dalí’s (1904-1989) work is seen in his bronze sculpture Profile of Time. NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., UNITED STATES, December…

    Limited-Edition Bronze Sculptures by Salvador Dali Are Available for Purchase Through the Mahlstedt Gallery in New York
  • Auction Result, Press Release

    Stylish MODERN MADE auction a success for Lyon & Turnbull in London

    Lyon & Turnbull’s MODERN MADE auction at The Mall Galleries in London on October 23 proved a  resounding success. The multi-discipline sale of modern and contemporary art, design and craft  posted £800,000*, striking a chord with clients for whom 2020 has been a year to focus on the  home. “At…

    Stylish MODERN MADE auction a success for Lyon & Turnbull in London
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    A Rare Group of Sketches by Pablo Picasso and a Large Watercolor by Paul Jenkins Lead the Autumn Fine Art Sale Now Open for Bidding on iGavelauctions.com.

    Paul Jenkins (1923-2012), Large Color Abstract, Watercolor on Paper, 1982 (Est: $7,000-10,000) New York: Lark Mason Associates is pleased to announce that that its Autumn Fine Art sale, which includes a rare group of sketches by Pablo Picasso and an oversized Paul Jenkins watercolor are among the eclectic selection of…

    A Rare Group of Sketches by Pablo Picasso and a Large Watercolor by Paul Jenkins Lead the Autumn Fine Art Sale
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Quinn’s October 29 auction packed with rare signed books, works on paper, documents and Americana

    Featured: JFK-signed baseball, Chuck Close photo of Kate Moss, Letter from Gen. Grant to Abraham Lincoln, Dali-illustrated ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ First U.S. six-volume edition of Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables, translated from the French and published in 1862 by Carleton (New York), estimate, $700-$900 FALLS CHURCH, Va. – Quinn’s Auction…

    Quinns October 29 auction packed with rare signed books, works on paper, documents and Americana
  • Auction Preview

    Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture and 20th Century Design Sale by Abington Auction Gallery

    Most of Harriet Whitney Frishmuth’s sculptures depict dancing women and are housed in museums across the United States. In her lifetime, Frishmuth was also a recipient of numerous awards such as the Joan of Arc Silver Medal from the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors and the St. Gaudens…

    Harriet Whitney Frishmuth 'The Dancers' Bronze
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    Fine Prints & Photographs

    One of the most famous photographers of America, Ansel Adams, once said, “You don't take a photograph, you make it.” Adams believed the technique of capturing a photograph is in itself a fine art. This belief would later help throw light on the significance of conserving wilderness areas such as…

    Vija Celmins (Latvian-American, b. 1938) Untitled (Ocean)
  • Auction Preview

    Prints & Multiples Monthly Online Auction

    Every month, Heritage Auctions features a collection of Prints & Multiples of well-known and highly collectible artists. In this month’s sale are several pieces by Victor Vasarely, including the colorful and illusory Three Spheres. Vasarely was a Hungarian-French artist who was widely considered a leader of the Op Art movement,…

    Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979). Paques Russes, 1970. Lithograph in colors on Arches paper
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    Exceptional Estates Auction

    Henri Matisse continuously defied the conventional rules of the art world. Matisse, along with a few fellow artists, helped lead art movements such as Fauvism and Modernism in the early 20th century. Hosted by Blackwell Auctions, the upcoming Exceptional Estates Auction features a Matisse lithograph titled Portrait de Claude. It…

    MORT KUNSTLER, Stonewall Jackson, Limited
  • Auction Industry

    Blackwell Auctions selling scarce 1850s lithograph of Black musician

    Artist’s depiction of African-American man unusual for the period. CLEARWATER, FLA.- On September 12, Blackwell Auctions is offering an antebellum lithograph of an African-American musician. The original, titled “The Bone Player,” was painted by New York artist William Sidney Mount (American, 1807-1868) in 1856, only a few short years before the Civil War…

    Blackwell Auctions selling scarce 1850s lithograph of Black musician
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    Abington Auction's Late Summer Auction

    Lynn Chadwick was a leading British post-war sculptor. Trained as an architectural draughtsman, Chadwick started creating mobiles and, later, other natural forms, insects, and animals. By the end of the 1960s, he mostly devoted his time to human figures, the subject later becoming central to his oeuvre. These sculptures were…

    Lynn Chadwick Bronzes 'Pair of Sitting Figures II
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    Estate Jewelry, Fine Art & Collectibles

    Even though the panther debuted in Cartier jewelry in 1914, the motif did not became synonymous with the brand until the 1940s. Cartier's elegant feline was popularized and perfected by Jean Toussaint, the company’s director and a close companion of Louis Cartier. With the help of designer Peter Lemarchand, Toussaint…

    Diamond and 18K Engagement Ring
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    Estate Jewelry, Art & Collectibles

    Engagement rings were originally worn by Roman wives to signify their husbands’ ownership. The trend of presenting a prospective bride with a diamond ring as a symbol of love evolved much later. In 1477, the Archduke Maximillian of Austria commissioned one for his bride, the first recorded use of diamonds…

    Carlos Munoz & Albert Ickenroth Sculpture
  • 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
  • Auction Preview

    Fine Art, Furniture & Decorative Art, Jewelry & Timepieces, Asian Art

    The upcoming Clars auction features a watercolor piece titled Victory: The Spanish War (1947). With over a million lives lost and the eventual victory of a fascist ruler, the Spanish Civil War was one of the most devastating conflicts in Spanish history. This watercolor and Indian ink painting by Surrealist…

    A FRAMED PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF HENRIETTE D'ANGLETERRE
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    Fine Art, Asian Antiques, Jewelry, Porcelain

    The upcoming auction of Fine Art, Asian Antiques, Jewelry, and Porcelain, offered by Helmuth Stone Gallery, will highlight an original oil on canvas by Richard Hambleton. A Canadian artist known in part for his work as a street artist, Hambleton is also recognized for his gallery works of “shadow” figures.…

    Lyle Tayson (1924 - 2014) Indians of the Northwest
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    20th Century Design

    Decorating many notable tables over the years, Puiforcat is synonymous with Art Deco glamor. The company’s founder, Jean Elysée Puiforcat, was a noted French silversmith. The brand is known for its sleek designs that blend traditional silverware with stone, glass, and even porcelain. Puiforcat’s works have been seen on the…

    Galle Cameo Glass Vase
  • Auction Industry

    Phillips' live auctions resume in London with rare works of design

    Gio Ponti, ‘Distex’ armchair, model no. 807, circa 1954. Estimate: £12,000 - 18,000. Image courtesy of Phillips. LONDON.- Following a rescheduled Spring season of sales, Phillips announced that live auctions will resume in London with the upcoming Design auction on 19 June. The pre-sale public viewing is currently set to happen by appointment…

    Phillips' live auctions resume in London with rare works of design
  • Auction Preview

    Prints & Multiples Monthly Online Auction

    The upcoming sale of Prints & Multiples, presented by Heritage Auctions, will offer glimpses of the surreal world of Salvador Dalí, André Brasilier, Joan Miró, and other celebrated artists. Featured in this auction is a set of three bound portfolios that contain color woodcuts by Dalí. These watercolor renditions reference…

    Lowell Nesbitt (1933-1993). Iris, 1981. Lithograph in colors on paper
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    Prints & Multiples

    Pop artist Andy Warhol is best known for his sketches and photographs of Hollywood stars such as Marilyn Monroe and Arnold Schwarzenegger. A portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven contrasts with the more contemporary figures in Warhol’s work. The upcoming Bonhams auction presents a Lenox museum board screenprint from the Beethoven…

    PABLO PICASSO (1881-1973)