5 Press Releases

Tag: Thomas Cole

  • Art Fairs, Press Release

    The Winter Show Announces Highlights for 2021 Online Edition: Including Engaging Virtual Talks and New Digital Platform

    The online fair and programming takes place January 22–31, 2021 with VIP Preview Access January 19–21, 2021 New York, NY (January 14, 2021) – The Winter Show 2021 takes place on an immersive  online platform, on view from January 22–31, 2021, with VIP Preview Access on January 19– 21, 2021.…

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    Alex Cooper Auctioneers Offers Mix of Paintings, Furniture, Decorative Arts, & Fine Rugs

    Widely considered the founder of the Hudson River School, Thomas Cole was a Romantic landscape painter. Mostly self-taught, he inspired a generation of American landscape painters through his depictions of majestic mountains, rivers, and valleys. As Cole once said, “The most distinctive, and perhaps the most impressive, characteristic of American scenery…

    Thomas Cole. Italian Cottage, oil on panel
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    The Art of Time

    In the era before smartphones and gift cards, many companies gave retiring employees the gift of a gold watch or carriage clock. The latter was often a symbol of the time served, but also functioned as an artistic medium. Popular between 1860 and 1900 in France, carriage clocks were decorative…

    Thomas Engel And Richard Daners, No. 28. A Fine Unique 18k Gold Open Face Keyless Pocket Chronometer
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    Miami Estate Jewelry & Fine Art

    Elite Auctioneers will present the upcoming Miami Estate and Fine Art event in early April. Among the highlighted lots is a painting by Thomas Cole, the founder of the Hudson River School art movement. Portrait of the Monk, Alexander was regularly exhibited before coming to auction. The lot also includes…

  • Auction Industry

    Doyle Announces Sale of American Paintings, Furniture & Decorative Arts

    Thomas Cole (1801-1848), Scene in the Catskills, circa 1830-40s. Est. $30,000-50,000. Doyle's auction on Tuesday, October 8 at 10am will showcase American paintings of the 19th and 20th centuries, including fine examples of portraiture; Hudson River, Western and regional landscapes; marine paintings and still lifes. Also featured are furniture, silver, ceramics,…