The top lot in the auction was the cover lot, a large watercolor on two sheets of paper by Charles Burchfield, titled January Sun ($375,000). Also, , a Thomas Hart Benton oil Study for Sugar Cane sold for $275,000 to a Midwestern institution.
There are spectacular offerings in every category, particularly 20th century American art, 19th century European art, Hudson River School painting, Modernism and Contemporary art -- 180 artworks in all. Online bidding is via www.shannons.com.
Other works by women artists include two botanical drawings by Connecticut artist Fidelia Bridges, portraits by Anna Meltzer, Modernist sculptures by Marg Moll, Doris Caesar and Brenda Putnam, and prints by Kathe Kollwitz and Louise Nevelson.
Works by women artists, 19th century American art and Modernism led the sale, which was upbeat with busy chatter from a bank of 20 phone bidders and robust online participation. The top lot was a masterpiece by Charles Morgan McIlhenney ($100,000).
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The 200-plus artworks include American art, modern and contemporary art, sculptures, Hudson River School paintings and various offerings by female artists in various categories. Leading the sale is a stunning painting by Willard Leroy Metcalf.
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The sale, at 2 pm Eastern, includes 123 lots of American and European art from the 19th and early 20th centuries, Modern and Contemporary art, fine prints, sculpture and drawings. Bidding is available by absentee and online through Invaluable.com.
The 242-lot online sale includes American and European art from the 19th and early 20th centuries, modern and contemporary art, fine prints, sculpture and drawings. Bidding is available by absentee and online through Invaluable.com.
Leading the auction was the highly-anticipated sale of Abstract Expressionist art from the Jeanne and Carroll Berry Collection. The results did not disappoint. The auction totaled over $3.3 million, with more than 82 percent of all lots sold.
Shannon's fall auction on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 6 pm Eastern, will be presented in a 180-page color catalog filled with important paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture. A live-stream of the auction and live-online bidding will be available.
Shannon's expanded schedule of Online Fine Art Auctions has been a treasure trove for new and seasoned collectors, with lots ranging from 19th century American and European Art to Contemporary Fine Prints. The June 25th sale will be no exception.
Shannon's online-only Fine Art auction on April 30th exceeded expectations, selling 80 percent of the 185 lots. Shannon's spring auction is usually a destination for collectors, with a busy preview, a full saleroom and a bank of 20+ phone lines.
Shannon's recently expanded its online auction program in response to the developing "stay home, stay safe" public health initiatives, postponing their Spring catalog and opting for an Internet-only sale on Thursday, April 30, at 2 pm Eastern.
Shannon's is kicking off the year with an Online Fine Art Auction featuring over 200 paintings by an international roster of listed artists. Bidding is available by absentee and through Invaluable.com. Works in the auction are priced to sell.