21/01/2019 Prints & Multiples , News Stories & Press Release
2019 is off to a busy start for Roseberys, with four auctions in January to welcome in the new year. These include our New Collectors, which is an online only auction, ending on Thursday 31st January ( you can read about the highlights here) and our Islamic & Indian Arts auction that is taking place on Friday 25th January. The other two sales are from our Prints & Multiples department, starting today and ending, Thursday 7th February. This popular sale amongst contempoary art fans and alike inludes work from established artists such as Joan Miro, Marc Chagall and Alexander Calder. The remaining sale of the month is our Art & Antiques auction, happening this Saturday 26th January. The widely loved sale promises an eclectic range of beautiful and interesting objects split between our two salesrooms, both starting at 10am. Saleroom one will feauture ceramics & glass, silver & jewellery, picture frames and pictures. Saleroom 2 will feature theatre ephemera, works of art including Asian art, antiquities, tribal, Islamic, clocks, decorative arts, textiles, books and other collectibles, furniture and rugs.
View below our Prints & Multiples and Art & Antiques specalists picks of their highlights for the upcoming and live auctions this January.
Prints & Multiples
Shane Xu's head of department for Prints & Multiples picks 5 of her highlights.
Lot 4. by Sir Howard Hodgkin CH CBE, the British abstract artist and printmaker 1932-2017. His Composition with Red (Arch) 1970; lithograph on wove, signed and numbered 11/65, 50.2x65.5cm is estimated to sell for £600 - £800.
Lot 9. by expressionist abstract British artist Albert Irvin OBE RA, 1922-2015. The Abstract composition, Christmas card; screenprint in colours, signed and dated 95 in pencil, inscribed inside, 15.2x20.5cm is estimated to sell for £100 - £150.
Lot 30. estimated to sell for £100 - £200 is an after Pablo Picasso work, Spanish artist who lived from 1881-1973. The Seibu Department Stores Ltd presente Les Litohgraphies de L'Atelier Mourlot; lithographic poster in colours, printed by Mourlot, copyright Spadem 1984 Paris, 72.2x52cm.
Lot 202 by artist Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA RA, British 1887-1976. Many of the British artists drawings and paintings depict Pendlebury and Lancashire, where he lived and worked for more than 40 years, and also Salford and its surrounding areas. This certain lithograph is called the The Lonely House; offset lithograph in colours on wove, signed in pencil, from the edition of 500, published by Magnus Prints, 35x56cm (ARR). It is estimated to sell for £1,000 - £1,500.
Lot 222. by a Modern & Contemporary Art lover's favorite Robert Indiana, American b.1928- Classic Love, made in 2006; multiple, hand tufted wool, produced for Galerie-F Germany, manufacturer’s label numbered 4711/10000 attached to the reverse, in an ebonised frame, 80.5x81.5cm (overall) framed. This piece of work is estimated to go for £200 - £300.
Art & Antiques
Luke Axford our Junior Cataloguer & Valuer picks his highlight from the pictures and frame categories.
Lot 302. a Florentine carved, pierced with a gilded frame from the 19th Century. Later plain slip was applied, cavetto sight, fluted torus with egg centres, and bodly scrolling acanthus lead on the back edge. Measure being 63.3x49.3cm, overall 88x74cm. This frame is estimated to sell for £100 - £150.
Lot 481. by French artist Élisée Maclet 1881-1962 - Still life of flowers in a vase, circa 1925; oil on board, signed, 50.5x33.3cm (ARR) Provenance: Waterhouse and Dodd, according to label attached on the reverse. Estimated to sell for £3,000 - £6,000.
Nigel Dawson-Ellis, Junior Cataloguer & Valuer of Furniture & Modern Design picks favorite highlight from furniture.
Lot. 1066. A George IV ebonised and parcel gilt marble top console table, c.1825, the shaped top above reeded frieze, the central panel carved with anthemia, on acanthus capped scrolling legs, 92cm high x 129cm wide x 46cm deep Provenance: The late Elizabeth Wyndham, Petworth House. Estimated to sell for £1,200 - £1,800.
Richard Gibbon our Specialist for Jewellery, Silver, Textiles and Fashion has chosen Lot 190 as his hightlight for the upcoming sale. A large Spanish silver articulated fish, 20th century, with red glass eyes, 25cm long, approx 5.7oz. Estimated to sell for £300 - £500.
And finaly Mark Longley MRICS our Specialist and General Valuer of Ceramics, Works of Art, Clocks & Sculpture chose lot 26 as his highlight for ceramics.Lot 26. A Meissen porcelain 'Grey Ming dragon' pattern vase, mid/late 20th century, blue crossed swords to base, 35cm high. Estimated to sell for £150 - £200.
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