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Ahlers & Ogletree to hold major auctions on consecutive days, Oct. 13-14, online and live in Atlanta
The Friday, October 13th session is titled Modernism, Art Glass, Folk Art & Jewish Art and has 428 lots. The October 14th session is titled European, American & Asian Art & Antiques and has 473 lots. Online bidding will be on multiple platforms.
By: Ahlers & Ogletree, Inc.
The Friday, October 13th session is titled Modernism, Art Glass, Folk Art & Jewish Art and contains 428 lots. The Saturday, October 14th session is titled European, American & Asian Art & Antiques and has 473 lots – for 901 lots total. More than thirty lots have been deaccessioned by the Morris Museum in Augusta, Georgia and will be sold to benefit the Museum's acquisitions fund.
Start times both days will be 10 am Eastern time. The auction will also feature prints by David Hockney and Frank Stella; original chairs by Gio Ponti and Orlando Orlandi; original works by Alberto Vargas, Thornton Dial and Athos Menaboni; and more than one hundred lots of Chinese porcelain and bronze.
The bronze gestural sculpture by David Wynne (English, 1926-2014) is titled The Dancers and depicts nude and female dancing figures. It was conceived in 1971 and cast in 1972 and is signed, dated and editioned (3/6) to the base. The work has an estimate of $30,000-$50,000.
The mixed media on canvas painting by Lita Cabellut (Spanish/Netherlandish, b. 1961) is titled Dulcinea Composition I (2010) and is a shoulder-length offset portrait. It's signed, titled and dated (est. $8,000-$12,000)
The color screenprint by Alex Katz (American, b. 1927), titled Ada in Hat (1990), is a post-modern bust-length portrait of a female with dark hair in a hat and tan coat. It's pencil signed and numbered (74/150) (est. $10,000-$15,000)
A conte crayon on paper by the renowned American illustrator Alberto Vargas (1896-1982), titled Helen Mulleda (1927), is a bust of a curly haired woman, signed to lower left, signed and dated to lower right (beneath the mat), and inscribed en verso 'Ziegfeld Follies - Helen Mulleda'. The work is expected to bring $5,000-$10,000.
Internet bidding will be available at bid.AandOAuctions.com, plus LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Previews will be held Monday, October 9th, thru Thursday, October 12th, from 10 am to 5 pm; and on auction days. To learn more, visit www.aandoauctions.com