CHESTER, N.Y. – William Jenack Estate Appraisers and Auctioneers will conduct a fine art and antique auction at their New York facility and on-line through LiveAuctioneers.com on Sunday, April 22, commencing at 11 a.m. Eastern.
Jenack’s second sale of their spring season will consist of American & European works of art, photography, collection of Royal Worcester and Doulton figures, Lladro and Hummel figures, jewelry, treenware, porcelains, crockery, quilts and much more.
The sale consists of many smalls as borne out by the number of rare porcelain and pottery lots being sold. Of some interest should be an antique dealer’s collection of pottery and porcelain that has been in storage for more than 40 years. Highlights of this collection include several lots of 19th century child’s alphabet mugs, “Landing of the Father’s at Plymouth Rock” Staffordshire plate, Sunderland luster, canary yellow wares and some of the early English transfer ware known as Salopinan. Considering the remarkable condition and rarity of these pieces, they are expected to do well.
Notable artwork will include an oil on canvas, crashing surf by Warren Sheppard; an oil on board, Institute de France by Boris Vassiloff; a large oil on canvas by Albert Nemethy, the Hudson River day liner New York; several Russian School works and others.
For photography collectors there will be several interesting lots including a limited edition Philippe Halsman image of Salvador Dali, American School silver gelatin print titled Downtown Manhattan signed Scholl, two NASA Ektachrome photographs of Apollo 11 astronauts Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. and Neil A. Armstrong, a humorous photograph by Ron English titled Cattle Drive, John Sexton print titled Dusk, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, and several volumes dedicated to photography.
Throughout the sale will be offered many furnishings, bronzes, chandeliers, carpets, rugs and accessories.
For preview times and further information phone 845-469-9095, visit the website www.jenack.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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