European Art Gallery has chosen these paintings depicting still lifes, landscapes, interiors and animals as an introduction to their new space. The antiques are shipped directly from Europe.
Highlighted pieces are Horse II by Sando Pankotai, estimated at $1,975; Mediterranean Beach by I. Kovacs (1927-), estimated at $2,900; a Murano glass pink vase, estimated at $850; a NeoBaroque cupboard-buffet, estimated at $4,900; and a NeoBaroque English six-piece salon set, estimated at $11,000.
Hungarian by birth, the owner of European Art Gallery, an artist himself, travels back to Hungary regularly to acquire new art as well as stunning European antiques. His focus is on original oil paintings and classic 18th-19th century antiques.
“I love beautiful and collectible pieces, and it is rewarding to have a clientele that appreciates the beauty of these items. Art and antiques need to be an inspiration for collectors around the world. I chose these pieces because they bring a strong sense of beauty and sereneness to their environment. Art collectors and professionals want to see that the pieces look great, but they also want to get a feel for who the artist is or where the pieces originate,” he said.
For further information about European Art Gallery, including their online auctions, contact the company at 760-730-3517.
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