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Shannon's online Fine Art Auction, October 26th, will feature exceptional, fresh-to-market artworks
The event will include prized pieces by renowned artists such as Norman Rockwell, Scott Kahn, Frederick Carl Frieseke, Winfred Rembert, Thomas Cole, Alfred T. Bricher and Ernest Lawson. Online bidding is via Invaluable.com and Shannon's website.
By: Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers
Following the success of their April fine art auction, Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers continues to provide an unparalleled platform for collectors and art enthusiasts to acquire extraordinary artworks of the highest quality.
Bidding for the auction will be open to a wide range of participants, with multiple convenient options available. Interested bidders can participate online via shannons.com and invaluable.com, or through phone and absentee bidding for personalized assistance and convenience.
To offer a comprehensive and immersive experience for prospective buyers, Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers will present a full-color catalog featuring all the lots in the auction and host an in-person preview at their gallery. The beautifully crafted catalog will provide detailed descriptions, vibrant images, and valuable insights into each artwork. The full catalog is also available online at shannons.com.
Frederick Carl Frieseke's elegant "Lady Trying on a Hat" is a masterpiece of American Impressionism. Exhibited at the Carnegie Institute in 1909 and at the National Academy of Design the same year, the work carries provenance extending all the way back to the artist. In 1906, Frieseke spent the summer in Giverny and the influence of French Impressionism is apparent in this work. Offered at $250,000-$350,000, Shannon's is delighted to offer buyers a rare opportunity to acquire a work of this quality by one of America's leading Impressionists.
"We are thrilled to present this outstanding auction, featuring extraordinary artworks by revered artists in all price ranges" said Sandra Germain, owner of Shannon's Fine Art Auctioneers. "This auction offers a unique opportunity for collectors to add exceptional pieces to their collections, each representing the mastery and artistic brilliance of the featured artists."
Consignors are encouraged to submit their artworks for consideration in future auctions. Consignments are accepted year-round. For more information about the October 26th auction, interested parties can contact Sandra Germain at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 877-1711. Regular sale updates are posted on www.shannons.com.