Sotheby’s – Derbyshire UK – Beyond Limits – Sotheby’s ay Chatsworth: A Selling Exhibition

September 21st, 2011 by

Sotheby’s annual selling exhibition of monumental sculpture returns to Chatsworth for its sixth installment this autumn, with an extraordinary line up of artists, many of whom have never been shown at this magnificent location in the Peak District before. It runs from September 16th to October 30th.

Arbor Antiques Services – Round Top Antiques & Collectibles Shows – Sept. 23rd – Oct. 1st

September 21st, 2011 by

Arbor Antiques Services promotes a Spring and Fall Round Top Show every year during the nationally known Antiques Festival in Round Top, Texas. Our Round Top show site is located on eight acres at the American Legion Post #338 on Hwy. 237 off of Hwy. 290. We are just 2 miles from downtown Round Top. We offer dealer spaces in an air-conditioned hall and in several large big top tents. We have free admission, free parking and an on-site cafe. As an antique dealer or a shopper, you will not want to miss this antiquing experience in Round Top, Texas.

Sotheby’s New York – American Paintings, Furniture, Folk Art and Silver

September 21st, 2011 by

As its title implies, our sale of American Paintings, Furniture, Folk Art and Silver on September 27th and 28th presents a wide and notable selection of decorative and fine arts produced in the United States starting from the mid-eighteenth century onward.

Sotheby’s Paris – Turkophilia Revealed: Ottoman Art in Private Collections

September 21st, 2011 by

Sothebys’ Paris is to host “Turkophilia Revealed”, a stunning exhibition of Ottoman Art from private collections.

The exhibition will be held during the 14th International Congress on Turkish Art and will feature important examples of silverware, ceramics, textiles, calligraphy and Turqueries.

From 19th – 22nd September 2011.

Sotheby’s – New York – Prints

September 21st, 2011 by

Sotheby’s Print Department is pleased to present our auction of American, Modern and Contemporary Prints on October 27th and 28th. We will be offering 14 James McNeill Whistler prints from a Private Collection, a wonderful group which includes the 1879 etching Nocturne. The selection of Picasso prints is highlighted by two large female portraits; the lithograph Figure au Corsage Rayé and the linoleum cut Portrait de Jacqueline. Within the Contemporary portion of the sale you will find Chuck Close’s large scale pressed paper pulp portrait of Georgia, a very fresh impression of Jasper Johns Painting with Two Balls and Andy Warhol’s iconic Ads portfolio, still in the original box.

Sotheby’s – Hong Kong – The Ullens Collection – Experimentation and Evolution

September 20th, 2011 by

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Following the great success of the sale of The Ullens Collection – The Nascence of Avant-Garde China, the second installment, The Ullens Collection –  Experimentation and Evolution, offers an extraordinary selection of seminal works by pioneering conceptual and video artists rarely seen before on the market, such as Chen Zhen’s 1992 installation Divine Judgment. Important early works by artists such as Liu Wei and Zeng Fanzhi will once again be a significant part of the sale.

Sotheby’s – London – Contemporary Art/ Arab & Iranian

September 20th, 2011 by

Responding to the ever-growing demand for innovative and quality works from the region, Sotheby’s auction of Contemporary Art / Arab & Iranian features a diverse group of paintings and sculptures representing the modern masters from private collections as well as contemporary works fresh to the market.

Sotheby’s – Paris – Important Moblier, Sculptures et Objets d’Art

September 20th, 2011 by

The autumn sale of Important Furniture, Sculptures and Works of Art will consist of approximately 200 lots including rare carpets and textiles.

A mid-18th-century “à la façon de la Savonnerie” carpet, probably Aubusson, Louis XV, with “Mamluk” patterns is a rare example of craftsmanship made before French decor became fashionable.

A Louis XIV needlepoint table cloth, circa 1660-1680 and two Régence needlepoint panels, circa 1720, adorned with the French coat-of-arms are remarkable examples of European technique and “savoir-faire,” which were widely applied in Europe in the 18th century.

In the furniture section of the sale is a rare and fine gilt bonze mounted brown tortoiseshell, brass inlaid and ebony cartel clock, Louis XIV, circa 1700, attributed to André-Charles Boulle, and a pair of carved gilt beechwood folding stools, Louis XV, circa 1740, delivered for the prince-évêque de Rohan-Soubise.

Two Louis XV pieces of furniture stamped Lacroix for the viscount of Breteuil finalize a remarkable group of 18th century French furniture.

Among the sculpture in the sale is a French terracotta bust by Augustin Pajou depicting Claude-Edme Labille, circa 1784 and a French, Parisian, late 14th century ivory figure of the Virgin and Child.

Sotheby’s New York – Contemporary Art – Exhibition Now On View

September 20th, 2011 by

The September 22nd Contemporary Auction offers carefully selected works by artists from the Post-War period through the present day. The sale covers a range of works from movements including Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Minimalism, Conceptualism, Contemporary Photography and Contemporary Chinese along with many of today’s most exciting young artists.

Coconino Center for the Arts – Navajo Rug Auction

September 20th, 2011 by

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