RARE TIFFANY POND LILY TABLE LAMP LIGHTS UP TO $ 143,750 AT COTTONE
GENESEO, NY – Cottone’s March 27 sale with simply over 200 tons introduced in 1.6 million.
Recent collections within the Fashionable Artwork Market from the estates of Dr Seymour Ira Schwartz, Rochester New York and Dr Eugene L. Gaier, Buffalo, New York have exceeded their excessive estimates with feminine artists stealing the present.
Notable girls included British artists Elisabeth Frink’s (1930-1993), bronze sculpture Birdman I, bought for $ 53,750, an public sale file and Bridget Riley (born 1931) silkscreen print on plexiglass, Untitled [Fragment 4/6] sale by telephone for $ 32,400 to a collector within the UK. Different notable works within the Gaier assortment embody a collage titled Hearth truck by Grace Hartigan (American, 1922-2008) grossing $ 24,800, an oil on paper by Michael Goldberg (American, 1924-2007) which value $ 23,700, and a lithograph titled Composition n ° 3 by Pierre Soulages (French, born 1919) bought for $ 22,800. Extra prints by modern and post-war artists Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol, Wayne Thiebaud, John Baldessari, Antoni Tàpies, Alberto Giacometti, Frank Stella, Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis, Nathan Oliveira additionally introduced in distinctive awards. Additionally of nice curiosity had been the works of the Martha Jackson Gallery which had been bought to learn the belief of David Ok. Anderson’s grandchildren.
Fashionable prints by Joan Miro and several other works by surrealist artist René Magritte have encountered intense competitors overseas. The gathering got here from the property of Dr Seymour Ira Schwartz, former distinguished professor within the Division of Surgical procedure on the College of Rochester, famend writer and historian of cartography. Giant folio engraving by Schwartz The Solar Worshiper (Solar Worshiper) by Joan Miró (Spanish, 1893-1983), bought for $ 11,100, and an etching by René Magritte (Belgian, 1898-1967) entitled Panorama of Baucis, which bought for $ 25,500, had been among the many highlights of his assortment.
“We’re all the time grateful to the households and estates who belief us and entrust us with their merchandise,” mentioned Matt Cottone.
Different highlights of the twentieth century embody a Peacock chair, by well-known architect Frank Lloyd Wright, made for the Imperial Resort in Tokyo and previously owned by his pupil Edgar Tafel. The chair was finally acquired by a non-public establishment for $ 21,600 and can doubtless return to public view. An oil on canvas by Edmondo Bacci (Italian, 1913-1989) represented by the legendary gallery proprietor Peggy Guggenhiem, titled Avvenimento 7R bought to an Italian bidder overseas for $ 37,200. Lastly, a watercolor and gouache by Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American, 1893-1967) entitled Oat subject The Campbell Property, Buffalo, NY, which had been within the authentic household of householders because the flip of the twentieth century, bought for $ 42,000.
The various distinctive lamps provided on this sale had been directed by a uncommon and breathtaking Tiffany Studios, New York Lily of the pond lamp, from a Winter Park, FL assortment, which was the top-selling lot, promoting for $ 143,750 by way of an absenteeism supply. Different notable lamps provided included a Daffodil Desk lamp, bringing in $ 66,000; a uncommon Tiffany Studios, Tulip Desk lamp, $ 42,000 and a uncommon Tiffany studio, Daffodil Desk lamp with an oil lamp base, 14 inch diameter shade bought to a Midwestern purchaser for $ 26,400. Additionally a high quality instance of a Handel Parrot lamp, on an oriental base, bought for $ 18,600.
Within the class of bijou and ornamental arts, a uncommon 6.69 ct Lightning ridge Australian Black Opal, which bought for $ 23,000; a high quality and uncommon garniture of three items in gilded bronze Japonism clock, retailed by Theodore B. Starr, from a non-public assortment, bought for $ 13,200. A hand-painted Russian Imperial porcelain plate, made within the reign of Nicolai II, from the property of Elizabeth M. Yates, Buffalo, NY and initially bought from Hammer Galleries, bought for 13,200 $. A monumental bronze by Mathurin Moreau (French, 1822-1912) entitled Achilles Weapons bought for $ 24,000.
Finish of sale at Americana, a uncommon 18th century Queen Anne mahogany highboy, Boston, circa 1735-1750 with uncommon double fan carvings and shell knees, bought for $ 24,600. On sale from the identical personal assortment was a uncommon chest of Chippendale cherries on the chest, Attr. to Eliphalet Chapin, $ 28,000 and a prime nook cupboard in Hepplewhite Cherry from Pennsylvania, which grossed $ 9,120.
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