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Maureen Stanton getting down to basics.

Award Winning Author Maureen Stanton Guest Blogs for Antiques Weeks Media Websites

Released: October 5, 2012

Maureen Stanton, award winning author of “Killer Stuff and Tons of Money,” the book that reveals the world of antiques and design through the eyes of real life dealer Curt Avery, (a pseudonym) will add her flavorful and enlightening insights to the Antiques Weeks Media travel guides, it was announced today. The two part series entitled “The Eye of the Beholder: Training Your Eye,” will appear on the websites ArtandDesign20.com and AmericanaWeek.com. This is the first time Ms. Stanton has guest blogged for the websites that provide consumers with a one-stop resource to the major antiques ...


Dard Hunter Unique Hall Chair, $20,000-30,000

American Arts and Crafts from Christopher Forbes’ Colorado Retreat Among Treasures to Auction at Rago’s Three Day 20th C. Design Sale, October 26-28

Released: October 12, 2012

Over 1,650 lots of property from the 20th-21st century, including rare Roycroft from the home of Christopher Forbes; a full day dedicated to pottery and glass; important Modern design. Previews begin October 20th. Lambertville, NJ:  On October 26-28 the Rago Arts and Auction Center will auction a significant collection of 20th-21st century furnishings and decorative arts. Among the more than 1,650 lots are Roycroft furnishings, lighting and metal ware, pottery, Navajo rugs and more from the Colorado home of Christopher Forbes.  On Friday, October 26 at noon, a full afternoon ...


Oil on canvas by Edward Willis Redfield (Am., 1869-1965), titled Sleigh Days (est.  $100,000-$150,000).

200 WORKS OF FINE ART -- REPRESENTING MANY GENRES -- WILL BE SOLD AT SHANNON’S FINE ART AUCTIONEERS SALE SLATED FOR WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24

Released: October 11, 2012

    Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers will kick off the fall auction season in grand fashion with an Oct. 24 sale showcasing 200 works of art in an array of genres, to include the Hudson River School, the Cape Ann School, the New Hope School, American Impressionists, American and European Modern and Abstract artists, 19th century European artists and Orientalist artists.             The event will take place live, in Shannon’s gallery located at 354 Woodmont Road in Milford, and online, via Artfact.com. There will also ...


Milton Avery, Pines, oil on canvas, 1953

Fall 2012 AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design Show boasts strong crowds and sales across all categories

Released: October 11, 2012

The fall 2012 AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design Show at the Park Avenue Armory (September 20-24) welcomed over 60 top dealers from across the globe and showcased a diverse range of world-class antiques and fine and decorative arts. Steady crowds throughout the fair translated into impressive sales across all categories.   U.S. and international dealers are drawn to the show on account of the enthusiastic and knowledgeable Manhattan audience. "The show had an exciting buzz from the start, with a well attended preview.  The gate was lovely for the next four days w...


Kevin Peterson 'Rooster Brand'

Urban Intersection - Painting Exhibition in Boston

Released: October 11, 2012

Quidley & Company Fine Art proudly presents Urban Intersection, a group invitational exhibition and sale opening Thursday, October 25th through November 25th, 2012. An extraordinary group of nineteen contemporary artists working in the genre of representational painting explore the multifarious sensory information universally experienced in urban life. The urban setting and its corresponding lifestyle serve as the source inspiration for these extraordinary new works. Highlights of the exhibition include Alexandra Pacula’s vibrantly nuanced photorealist night paintings and Matthew C...


Along the Banks

The Sense of Place: Artists' Impressions

Released: October 10, 2012

Helena Fox Fine Art, is pleased to announce the opening of its upcoming November group exhibit entitled, “The Sense of Place, Artists Impressions”. The exhibition will explore the artists’ homage to the spirit of place captured on both canvas and paper. The exhibit will showcase the fragile and harmonious balance between our common experience and the artists’ personal quest for places and things that nurture and inspire their creativity. We are honored to host the fine art of 13 nationally recognized artists; Sarah Amos, John Budicin, John Cosby, Julyan Davis, William R. Davis, Donald Deme...


Palm Beach Playboy, Ceramic Sculptural Piece, 7 ½ x 10 inches

Debi Lampert-Rudman: Believe in the Possible

Released: October 27, 2012

The William Secord Gallery is pleased to present the original ceramic sculptures of Debi Lampert-Rudman, an American artist whose whimsical, witty and joyous pieces bring a pop-art sensibility to the dog world. Over thirty original ceramic works, along with a selection of preliminary watercolor sketches, will be shown in her first solo exhibition and sale. Exhibition opening Saturday, October 27 and will continue through Saturday, December 8, 2012. "I love creating functional and decorative ceramic pieces that tell poignant dog stories filled with humor," declares the artist. "Dogs d...


Majolica from Charles Washburne

Frank Gaglio, Inc. Announces New Greenwich, Conn., Show

Released: October 10, 2012

    Frank Gaglio Inc. is pleased to announce a brand new antiques and fine art event for the community of Greenwich, Connecticut this December 14 through 16, 2012. Antiques & Art Avant-Garde Greenwich will take center stage as a ground breaking fundraiser for two of Fairfield County’s most respected organizations, the Bruce Museum and Greenwich Historical Society. Seeing the need for a quality antiques and art show incorporating an avant-garde twist, this new venture will combine classic antiques, mid century and modern design, fine art, magnificent jewelry and ar...


Victor Dubreuil, Barrels of Money, oil on canvas, 24 x 20 in.

An American Vision: An Exhibition of American Paintings at Godel & Co. Fine Art

Released: October 8, 2012

    Godel & Co. is pleased to announce the exhibition An American Vision, on view at the New York gallery from October 11 to November 15. Featuring recent highlights from the gallery’s holdings of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American art, the exhibition includes paintings by John Atherton, Frank Benson, Albert Bierstadt, Jasper Cropsey, Victor Dubreuil, Ernest Fiene, Robert Gwathmey, Joe Jones, Willard Metcalf, Thomas Moran, Severin Roesen, A. F. Tait, Dwight Tryon, and Guy Wiggins. A 112-page, full-color catalogue is available. Of particular note is a remarkab...


Large and important Italian micro-mosaic table top, with center panel of St.  Peter's Basilica.

OVER 250 LOTS FROM PALM BEACH ESTATES OF JEWELRY, WATCHES, ART AND ANTIQUES WILL BE AUCTIONED SUNDAY, OCT. 28, AT A.B. LEVY’S ON WORTH AVENUE IN PALM BEACH, FLA.

Released: October 8, 2012

    Over 250 lots of fine jewelry, artwork by renowned and listed artists, period furniture, desirable antiques and decorative accessories will be offered on Sunday, Oct. 28, by A.B. Levy’s, starting at 1 p.m. (EST). The auction will be held at A.B. Levy’s spacious showroom, at 211 Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.             Just a few of the expected top lots include a dazzling ring centered by a square emerald Asscher cut diamond weighing 10+ carats; an Emile Galle carved cameo glass table lamp (circa 1910); a continen...