BURCHARD GALLERIES Vintage Estate Antiques, Fine Art
Apr 28-28, 2019Cathy M. Pennypacker UNRESERVED AUCTION
Apr 24-24, 2019
Slotin Folk Art Auction
Apr 27-28, 2019
DALLAS — In an auction that featured Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein as potential top lots and finished with a total of $1,706,500, multiple bidders drove the final price for a Pablo Picasso gra. Read Full Article.
DALLAS — A flurry of bids from nearly two dozen collectors boosted a 1915 Cracker Jack Ty Cobb No. 30 PSA Mint 9 until it closed at $504,000, more than $100,000 above its estimate. The card, whic. Read Full Article.
STURBRIDGE, MASS. — A pair of Eighteenth Century chairs attributed to Portsmouth, N.H., chairmaker John Gaines (1704–1743) exceeded expectations April 18, in D.L. Straight’s Spring Americana . Read Full Article.
Now senior advisor to the chief executive officer, Hugues Joffre joined Phillips in the fall of 2015, bringing with him more than three decades of experience in the international auction market. Jo. Read Full Article.
NEW YORK CITY – Rarely seen guitars, bass, drum kits, keys and horns from more than 80 renowned musicians celebrate the unique role of instruments in rock and roll in a new exhibition at the Metr. Read Full Article.
Among this week’s notable lots, an 1899 view of Venice by Thomas Moran (1837-1926) closed at $193,750, surpassing its estimate of $100/150,000. Another water-themed painting in an Anthony Thieme . Read Full Article.
HAMPTON, VA. – D’Amore’s return to Hampton Roads proved to be a success with a 150-booth affair at the Hampton Convention Center and several thousand shoppers for the two days, March 30-31. J. Read Full Article.
NEW ORLEANS — George Rodrigue’s 1971 oil on canvas “The Class of Marie Courregé,” is one of the Louisiana artist’s most significant paintings to come to auction and one of his most notab. Read Full Article.
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