Works by Paul Verlaine, Antoine Louis Bayre will highlight Andrew Jones on July 25 online …
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, Calif .– Andrew Jones Auctions will feature a wide selection of fine art as well as antiques and design from Antiquity to the 21st Century in an exclusive Design for the Home and Garden online auction scheduled for Sunday, July 25, from Quickly at 11 a.m. PT. More than 200 quality lots will be offered to the highest bidder.
The collection of Los Angeles taster Keith McCoy by Keith H. McCoy & Associates evokes the English country house, highlighted by an Irish George II mahogany side table (estimate: $ 1,500 – $ 2,000), a George III mahogany bachelor dresser (estimate: $ 1,000 – $ 1,500), a George III mahogany broken-front bookcase (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000) and luxurious upholstered Fortuny chairs, including an armchair in George III blind-fret carved mahogany (estimate: $ 1,000 – $ 1,500).
The collection also includes animal and sports paintings, including The encounter by Joseph Francis Walker (estimate: $ 8,000- $ 12,000), Henry Barraud Sheep, cattle, deer and a pony in a woodland landscape (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000), as well as works by LÃ©on EugÃ¨ne Auguste Abry, John E. Ferneley, Edward Benjamin Herberte, John Frederick Herring, Jr., Gustave Mardoche Neymark, William H. Robinson, John Francis Sartorius , George Wright and other famous artists.
In keeping with the animal theme, other private sources, there are works such as Marie H. Guise Newcomb A good point (estimate: $ 1,500 – $ 2,000), as well as bronzes, including the near life-size model Panther devouring a hare after the model of Antoine Louis Bayre, made at the Susse FrÃ¨res foundry (estimate: $ 10,000 – $ 20,000) from the collection of Daniel Hornbeck, as well as a model of a standing bull after Auguste Nicolas Cain ( estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 3,000).
Other European bronze works present the Neapolitan dancer after Albert Ernest Carriere Belleuse (estimate: $ 1,500 – $ 2,000), an abstract screen by Hubert Dalwood (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000), as well as an allegorical work by the story after the model of Georges Bareau (estimate: $ 2,000- $ 3,000) and pieces by Ferdinand Barbedienne and after Albert Henry Atkins, Alfred Boucher, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Henri Chapu, Renzo Colombo, Etienne -Henri Dumaige Jean-Leon GÃ©rÃ´me, FranÃ§ois -Raoul Larche and RenÃ© de Saint-Marceaux.
The painting offerings cover the whole gamut of works after Italian masters like Party at Levi’s house after Paolo Veronese Caliari (estimate: $ 6,000 – $ 8,000), Austrian court painter to Ferdinand I, Jakob Seisenegger Portrait of a young man (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000) and School of Peter Lely 1st Duchess of Cleveland (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000) to European landscapers like Albert Kappis Unloading the catch of the day (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000) and the large oil on canvas by Alexis Podchernikoff View through eucalyptus (estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 3,000).
American outdoors modernist master Armin Hansen Steam schooner coming to dock, Monterey (estimate: $ 4,000 to $ 6,000) is abstract but evocative of the gritty fishing port. Bernard Lorjou’s daring expressionist works are Still life with duck and sunflower (estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 3,000), French Fanfare (Fanfare) (estimate: $ 1,000 – $ 1,500) and Barge on the Loire (estimate: $ 800 to $ 1,200).
Daniel Hornbeck’s collection features unusual and varied pieces, including a 1769 Neoclassical Danish stained pine clavichord by Otto Joachim Tiefenbrun (estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 4,000), believed to have been a gift from Edvard Grieg to his fellow musician Anton Louis Hornbeck. The collection also includes a pair of models of Italian Baroque cherubs in white marble (estimate: $ 3,000 to $ 5,000), a pair of vases covered with Dresden porcelain (estimate: $ 1,000 to $ 1,500), a Italian rococo large case clock decorated with polychromy, Padua, 1760 (estimate: $ 1,000 – $ 1,500), an 18th century Dutch marquetry desk (estimate: $ 1,000 – $ 1,500), a baroque table cabinet 17th century Spanish, as well as rugs and more.
Other highlights from various owners include a lacquer encrusted mahogany and gilt bronze accent cabinet by FranÃ§ois Linke (estimate: $ 5,000 – $ 7,000), a Spanish walnut monument mockup attributed to Felipe Vigarny de Borgona, probably from the first half of the 16th century (estimate: $ 8,000 – $ 12,000), a George III mahogany architect’s desk by Gillows of Lancaster, circa 1800 (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000) , and an Italian fruitwood mounted office cabinet in gilt bronze, 17th century, marked with a ducal crown and an elaborately engraved locking plate (estimate: $ 3,000 – $ 5,000).
Also offered will be a pair of Irish George III inlaid satin wood card tables, circa 1790 (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 6,000), a magnificent pair of Italian Baroque scaliola optical illusion panels by Tarsilla Vittoria Seyter, Rome, 18th century (estimate: $ 8,000- $ 12,000), a set of twelve emblazoned Berlin porcelain soup bowls (KPM) decorated with the arms of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, circa 1832-1837 ( estimate: $ 3,000 – $ 5,000), an Anthony Redmile fake ostrich egg (estimate: $ 700- $ 900) and a R. Lalique frosted amber glass Courlis vase (estimate: $ 2,000 – $ 3,000) .
The auction also includes antiques, old works of art, fine silver, porcelain and garden accessories, sculptures, including a pair of lead sphinx models, and furniture, with drawings by Brown Jordan and Michael Taylor. A remarkable lot is a unique album of autographed notes, caricatures, photographic portraits, lithographs and sketches by Paul Verlaine, compiled by Emile Loubet and Edouard Champion, 1896 (estimate: $ 50,000- $ 70,000) from a private collection of Malibu. From the same source is a collection of five watercolors by Paul Signac (each estimated between $ 3,000 and $ 5,000).
Online auctions will be facilitated by AndrewJonesAuctions.com, Invaluable.com and LiveAuctioneers.com. Offers from absentees will also be accepted. Safe and physically remote live previews will be held by appointment only at the Andrew Jones Auctions gallery prior to the auction. Plans may change in accordance with Los Angeles County Department of Health’s Covid-19 restrictions. Contact the gallery for more details. The gallery is located at 2221 South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles. Offers from absentees will also be accepted. To schedule a preview appointment, call (213) 748-8008.
Opened in the summer of 2018, Andrew Jones Auctions is a full-service art and antique auction house specializing in the liquidation of estates and collections of works of art, antiques and collectibles. The firm understands market trends and anticipates the 21st century.
The highly experienced staff have a wealth of knowledge with international know-how, having worked for many years at large international auction houses in North America and Europe, researching properties from all over the United States. . Andrew Jones Auctions sales are diverse and eclectic, and feature fine diamonds to contemporary art, ranging from Antiquity to the present day.
For more information on Andrew Jones Auctions and the Home & Garden Design Auction on Sunday, July 25 at 11 a.m. PT, please visit www.andrewjonesauctions.com.
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