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Vladimir Kagan, Pablo Picasso, Edward S. Curtis, others are in EstateOfMind's October 15th auction
Session 1 will feature militaria and guns. Session 2, packed with 575 lots, will include fine art, Mid-Century Modern, fine jewelry, coins, stoneware, sterling silver and more. Online bidding is via LiveAuctioneers.com and Auctionzip.com.
By: EstateOfMind Auctions
The five furnishings signed and designed by Kagan (1927-2016), the renowned German-born American furniture designer, include three sectional free-standing fabric and Lucite sofas, one an Omnibus (all circa 1940); a glass, chrome and steel coffee table (circa 1969-70); and a wood and Lucite zebra floor lamp (circa 1960-1970). These will be offered in Session 2, at 11 am Eastern.
Session 1, starting at 10 am Eastern, will kick things off with estate firearms, ammunition and militaria – about 90 lots in all. Session 2, at around 11 am, will contain approximately 575 lots, with highlights coming from Warwick, N.Y. to the heart of Manhattan. These will include fine art, Mid-Century Modern, fine jewelry, coins, a collection of stoneware, sterling silver and more.
Online bidding is via LiveAuctioneers.com/
Certain to pique bidder interest is the rare volume written, illustrated and published around 1913 by Edward S. Curtis (American, 1868-1952), titled The North American Indian. Curtis was a photographer and ethnologist whose work focused on the American West and Native American people. He was largely forgotten upon his death, but interest in Curtis's work has since revived.
Also expected to do well are the Pablo Picasso ceramic decorated vase (or pitcher) for Madoura Pottery, 12 ½ inches tall, executed circa 1955; and an oil on canvas painting signed by the Old Lyme Association artist Gershon Camassar (Conn., 1908-1995), done around 1950/60, titled Gallagher's Farm (circa 1950). This is just one of five paintings by Camassar in the auction.
In addition to the Kagan pieces, furnishings will feature an 18th century Hudson Valley cherry tavern table with drawer; a circa 1912 J. G. Stickley davenport bed; a circa 1960/70 Danish modern organizer cabinet; a set of twelve Chippendale style mahogany and leather armchairs signed Hancock & Moore; a pair of L. & J. G. Stickley armchairs; and many modern pieces.
To learn more about EstateOfMind and the two-session auction scheduled for Saturday, October 15th, please visit www.EstateOfMind.biz.