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Janet Fish, ‘Provence,’ estimated at $30,000-$60,000

Janet Fish canvas, Guthrie manuscript offered at Ahlers & Ogletree, Oct. 28-29

Janet Fish, ‘Provence,’ estimated at $30,000-$60,000

Janet Fish, ‘Provence,’ estimated at $30,000-$60,000

ATLANTA – A vibrant picnic still life painting by Janet Fish (American, b. 1938-) and an unpublished 1946 manuscript draft of Woody Guthrie’s (American, 1912-1967) book I Spin You Spin are a few of the expected highlights in Ahlers & Ogletree’s two-session, online-only Fall Fine Estates & Collections Auction planned for the weekend of October 28-29. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Keith Haring, ‘Untitled,’ from his Icons series, estimated at $10,000-$15,000. Image courtesy of Heritage Auctions

Art luminaries at forefront of Heritage Oct. 26 prints sale

Keith Haring, ‘Untitled,’ from his Icons series, estimated at $10,000-$15,000. Image courtesy of Heritage Auctions

Keith Haring, ‘Untitled,’ from his Icons series, estimated at $10,000-$15,000. Courtesy Heritage Auctions

DALLAS – In the art world, October is Print Month, which makes this the perfect moment to present a lavish selection of pieces by artists whose mastery of printmaking and working in multiples distinguished their careers. As seasoned collectors continue to invest in the prints of their favorite artists — who often made some of their most innovative and distinctive work in editioned form — and new collectors find the liveliness and accessibility of prints irresistible, Heritage offers its October 26 Prints & Multiples Signature® Auction, featuring significant works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Helen Frankenthaler, Pablo Picasso and Keith Haring. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Chrysler Museum of Art exhibits exceptional collection of prints

 

Robert Motherwell, (American, 1915-1991), ‘Red Sea I,’ 1976. Aquatint and etching. Lent by Susan and David Goode. © 2022 Dedalus Foundation, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY

Robert Motherwell, (American, 1915-1991), ‘Red Sea I,’ 1976. Aquatint and etching. Lent by Susan and David Goode. © 2022 Dedalus Foundation, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY

NORFOLK, Va. – The Chrysler Museum of Art has welcomed an extraordinary collection of modern prints on loan. Lasting Impressions: Prints from the Collection of David R. and Susan S. Goode will be on view until November 6. This exhibition was announced earlier this year following the Goodes’ $2.5 million donation to the museum to establish the Goode Works on Paper Center and a group of 100 photographs by O. Winston Link, which will be added to the Chrysler collection during the next three years.

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A revealing look at the history of nudes in Western art

An M.F. Husain Cubist figural nude oil painting achieved $11,000 plus the buyer’s premium in September 2021. Image courtesy of Greenwich Auction and LiveAuctioneers.

An M.F. Husain Cubist figural nude oil painting achieved $11,000 plus the buyer’s premium in September 2021. Image courtesy of Greenwich Auction and LiveAuctioneers.

NEW YORK — The nude in the canon of Western art has a complicated and interesting history. Paleolithic fertility sculptures embodied the essence of physicality and ancient Greek sculptures highlighted the virility and power of the male figure. Moving up to the Renaissance era, nude paintings of women were typically inspired by antiquity but often took on allegorical or symbolic meanings. Cultural traditions and philosophies are just some of the factors affecting how nude figures in art were viewed and depicted.

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Roy and Dorothy Lichtenstein in Lichtenstein’s Washington Street Studio, circa 1992. Artwork © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein, courtesy the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Archives. Photograph © Christine de Grancy

Roy Lichtenstein’s family donates late artist’s studio to Whitney

Roy and Dorothy Lichtenstein in Lichtenstein’s Washington Street Studio, circa 1992. Artwork © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein, courtesy the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Archives. Photograph © Christine de Grancy

Roy and Dorothy Lichtenstein in Lichtenstein’s Washington Street Studio, circa 1992. Artwork © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein, courtesy the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Archives. Photograph © Christine de Grancy

NEW YORK — Dorothy Lichtenstein, widow of Roy Lichtenstein, and Adam D. Weinberg, Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, have announced that the Lichtenstein family has promised to donate the late artist’s studio building to the museum. The Whitney, which since moving downtown in 2015 has been a neighbor of the studio, operating four blocks north on Gansevoort Street, will adapt the space to serve as the first permanent home of its widely influential Independent Study Program, which was founded in 1968.

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Strong lineup of modern and contemporary art at Moran, March 1

Lita Albuquerque, ‘Untitled or Auric field or Lunar Flash,’ est. $30,000-$50,000

Lita Albuquerque, ‘Untitled or Auric field or Lunar Flash,’ est. $30,000-$50,000

MONROVIA, Calif. – John Moran’s Winter Modern & Contemporary auction will take place on Tuesday, March 1. It features fewer than 50 lots, but in this case, less is more. The lineup includes solid names such as Lita Albuquerque, Charles Arnoldi and Channa Horwitz, and also a selection of prints and multiples from artists such as Roy Lichtenstein and Vija Celmins. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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On January 27, selections from the collection of the late film critic Joel Siegel will be offered at Leland Little Auctions. Siegel is shown here with a Navajo rug that he acquired.

Profile: Joel Siegel – film critic, TV personality, author and collector

On January 27, selections from the collection of the late film critic Joel Siegel will be offered at Leland Little Auctions. Siegel is shown here with Navajo rugs that he acquired.

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – On Thursday, January 27, Leland Little Auctions will offer the collection of the late Joel Siegel, longtime film critic for the ABC show Good Morning America. The Siegel collection is featured within the company’s 536-lot Winter Estate Auction.

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N.C. Wyeth, ‘When Drake Saw for the First Time the Waters of the South Sea,’ est. $200,000-$400,000

Hindman to hold trio of fine art auctions, Dec. 13-15

N.C. Wyeth, ‘When Drake Saw for the First Time the Waters of the South Sea,’ est. $200,000-$400,000

N.C. Wyeth, ‘When Drake Saw for the First Time the Waters of the South Sea,’ est. $200,000-$400,000

CHICAGO – This month, Hindman will present three days of fine art sales featuring more than 300 works of art. The trio of auctions begin with American and European Art on December 13, followed by Post War and Contemporary Art on December 14 and ending with Prints and Multiples on December 15. Remarkable collections and artworks will be featured, including major works by N.C. Wyeth, Winslow Homer, Orville Bulman, Hans Hofmann, Larry Poons, Frank Stella, Julie Mehretu, Roy Lichtenstein and Jeff Koons. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Mesa table, $362,500

LAMA’s first auction presented with Rago/Wright totals $2.9M

Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Brushstroke III,’ $212,500

T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings Mesa table, $362,500

VAN NUYS, Calif. – LAMA‘s first auction presented with Rago/Wright saw very strong results and established new records for works of both art and design. The auction began with remarks by LAMA’s Shannon Loughrey, who ceremoniously turned over the gavel to Richard Wright. Together, Wright and partners David Rago and Suzanne Perrault commanded the block, driving an Art + Design sale total of $2,974,908, with 153% selling by value and 87% by lots offered.

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Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Red Barn,’ $30,000

Michaan’s cheers strong results throughout summer season

Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Red Barn,’ $30,000

Roy Lichtenstein, ‘Red Barn,’ $30,000

ALAMEDA, Calif. – A survey of summer 2021 at Michaan’s Auctions shows sustained growth across all categories. “Our longtime customers have proven their loyalty month after month,” said president Allen Michaan, noting that this holds for seasoned consignors and bidders alike. At the same time, more and more new buyers and sellers are recognizing that “the auction business blends discovery and sustainability, which makes it the perfect marketplace for the times we live in,” as Michaan puts it.

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