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CHICAGO – On March 24, Chicago’s trusted estate auction specialist, Rivich, will once again present an outstanding selection of fine art, including works with provenance from Kenneth Snelson, a legendary sculptor who fused art, science and engineering.
NEW YORK – The freshest style in decor these days is … mixing styles. Traditional and contemporary often work well together. Think abstract art with an overstuffed chaise, or an 18th century-style toile wallpaper with an ’80s-era lamp. The appeal is in the pleasing tension between the styles; sophisticated, artsy, yet livable.
NEW YORK – Minimalism went to the max in the Brutalist design style that was hugely popular in the midcentury era, particularly the 1950s and ’60s. Distinguished by an austere, brutal look that swapped ornate details for a crude and plain look, often with jagged edges, Brutalist decorative goods for the home achieved elegance through […]
NEW ORLEANS – A fossilized woolly mammoth tusk, a Steinway Model L ebonized baby grand player piano, a collection of 19th century Russian icons, a pair of superb men’s Rolex wristwatches and an oil painting by English artist Richard Hume Lancaster (1773-1853) are all part of Crescent City Auction Gallery’s next major auction. Bid absentee […]