Andrew Jones Auctions will hold an online-only Design for the Home and Garden Auction on July 26th
Andrew Jones Auctions' online-only Design for the Home and Garden Auction on Sunday, July 26th, will feature over 250 lots of important fine art, design, antiques and accessories from collections across the country and throughout California.
By: Andrew Jones Auctions
The sale will be led by property from the collection of Mary and Lou Silver of Indian Wells, California. Highlights include important fine art, sculpture, micro mosaics, antiques, art glass, design and even a Steinway grand piano. Also included is property from a Northern California estate featuring antiques, fine silver and clocks, as well as the Estate of Ruth Harvey of Bel Air.
"It is exciting to have the opportunity to offer such a varied and well-rounded collection as that of Mary and Lou Silver," said Andrew Jones, the president and CEO of Andrew Jones Auctions. "They both had great eyes for quality and style. The other properties that fill out the auction are quite complementary in caliber." Auctions'
The Mary and Lou Silver collection encompasses a number of different genres with standout works of art, including a spectacular oil on canvas Still life with flowers and fruit painted by a master of color and composition, Nicolai Fechin, circa 1925 (est. $70,000-$100,000)
The collection also offers pieces by Rosa Bonheur, John George Brown, George Fuller, Ernest Lawson, Reginald Marsh, Louis Charles Moeller, Jane Peterson and Helen Maria Turner. Fine art from other sources include Lita Albuquerque, Marc Aldine, Frank Beanland and Leopold Schmutzler, as well as an Edward Hopper etching titled Evening Wind (1921) from a Beverly Hills collector.
Sculpture runs the gamut from French masters like Edgar Degas (Tête, étude pour le portrait de Madame S. [Mathilde Salle], est. $15,000-$20,000)
The auction will start promptly at 11 am Pacific time. Internet bidding will be facilitated by www.AndrewJonesAuctions.com, www.LiveAuctioneers.com and www.Invaluable.com. To learn more about Andrew Jones Auctions and the July 26th auction, visit www.andrewjonesauctions.com.