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Eykyn Maclean Presents First U.S. Exhibition of Renowned Artist Kan Yasuda

Released: April 9, 2014

  Eykyn Maclean is honored to present the first ever exhibition in the United States of internationally renowned sculptor Kan Yasuda. The exhibition, open to the public 6 May – 27 June at 23 East 67th Street, will feature over twenty of the artist’s new sculptures. Gallery partner Christopher Eykyn says, “Having followed Kan’s career in Europe and Japan, we are delighted to have the opportunity of introducing his work to an American audience. Working together with Kan, we have selected a group of works that best represent this important artist at the height of his career. I know th...


AXA Art Americas bolsters its Board. Art insurance specialist elected three internal and external members to its 14-member Board of Directors. New appointments include the company’s new global CEO, Chief Technical Officer and a celebrated Brazilian collector and patron.

Released: April 9, 2014

Following a unanimous vote, the Board of Directors of AXA Art Americas Corporation announced the election of two executive members and one independent member to its Board of Directors. With the recent appointments, the specialist insurer now counts 14 esteemed members among its board membership. Elections include: Kai Kuklinski, AXA Art’s newly appointed global CEO becomes Chairman of the Board of AXA Art Americas Corporation effective April 1st, 2014. He succeeds Dr. Ulrich Guntram. Mr. Kuklinski’s tenure at AXA began in 1999 during which he held several management positions leading sa...


Images, left to right: Charles M.  Russell, When the Plains Were His, 1906.  Oil on canvas, 15⅛ x 15⅛ inches.  Tacoma Art Museum, Haub Family Collection, Promised gift of Erivan and Helga Haub.  Ed Mell, Rain and Runoff.  Oil on canvas, 36 x 54 inches.  Tacoma Art Museum, Haub Family Collection, Promised gift of Erivan and Helga Haub.  Alexander Phimister Proctor, The Buckaroo, 1915.  Bronze, 28⅜ x 20½ x 8 inches.  Tacoma Art Museum, Haub Family Collection, Promised gift of Erivan and Helga Haub

Tacoma Art Museum Expansion to Showcase Haub Family Collection of Western American Art

Released: April 8, 2014

Tacoma Art Museum is counting down the days until its new wing and renovations open to the public on Sunday, November 16, 2014. The project’s centerpiece is the new Haub Family Galleries, showcasing the Haub Family Collection of Western American Art. The collection places the museum among a select few in the United States, and the only museum in the Pacific Northwestern region, with a Western American art collection of this caliber. Tacoma Art Museum will develop an entirely new dimension of cultural and educational opportunities related to the collection, offering programs for Tacoma, the...


Bruce Cascia, And Away We Go, 2014, 24 by 18 inches

SmithKlein Gallery Presents: Bruce Cascia

Released: April 9, 2014

SmithKlein Gallery (www.smithklein.com), Boulder’s finest contemporary art gallery, is proud to present the work of painter Bruce Cascia. Cascia received his BFA from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and paints in a photo-realistic style, mostly using oils and occasionally acrylics.  SmithKlein Gallery spoke with Cascia recently about his artwork, training, inspiration, and technique. He says, “I like painting nostalgic imagery. The more challenging something is, the more intrigued with it I am.”  “I like painting metallic objects, reflections, bright colored...


 Watch Work Follow Artist Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Pin It on Pinterest DESCRIPTION This lot will be in the live auction and will close online at noon EST on April 12th.  All bids will transfer to the live auction that evening.  To continue bidding or for any questions, please contact benefit@paddle8.com.  LOCATION This lot ships from Boston, MA, US.  ABOUT ANDY WARHOLView Profile » Andrew Warhola was an American artist and leading figure in the visual art movement known

2014 MASSART 25 ANNUAL BENEFIT AUCTION GOES HI-TECH

Released: April 8, 2014

New partnership with Paddle8 lets auction-goers "bid on the go" via Web, iPad or iPhone app * 25th Annual Auction Supports Student Scholarships and Programming *  ARTISTS ANDY WARHOL, ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG and ESTEBAN VICENTE SPOTLIGHT LIVE AUCTION Saturday, April 12, 2014 WHO:    Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt), the nation’s only independent public college of art and design, celebrates its 25th Annual Benefit Art Auction with a selection of ov...


The Hans Wegner Papa Bear Chair was one of the top performers in the midcentury selection.

The Good and Plenty: Midcentury and Jewelry Among Top Lots on April 6th.

Released: April 9, 2014

Antique decorative items may have brought the top individual prices, but both midcentury and jewelry selections held the majority of top sellers overall on April 6th at Clarke Auction. As anticipated, the highly desirable and expertly crafted Empire malachite and bronze mounted annular clock was the most successful antique lot. The conservatively estimated $10,000/$15,000 clock raised a quick succession of bids from the 10 plus phone lines that were dedicated to the particular item, but a determined internet bidder locked the item down at a realized price of $29,280. In the same prox...


This set of six Chinese 19th century porcelain famille rose panels sold for $57,600 at Nadeau's on March 29th.

Set of six diminutive Chinese 19th century porcelain famille rose panels brings $57,600 at Nadeau's

Released: April 10, 2014

WINDSOR, Conn. – Nadeau’s Auction Gallery saved the best for last on March 29th when lot #607 – the final item to come up for bid, a set of six diminutive Chinese 19th century porcelain famille rose panels – soared to $57,600, making it the top lot of the auction. It was the firm’s annual American & Asian Auction, held in Nadeau’s gallery at 25 Meadow Road in Windsor. The set of panels, boasting floral and figural decorations and measuring 14 ½ inches by 4 ¾ inches, carried a modest pre-sale estimate of just $500-$800. It finished at many times that, a testament to the robust hea...


Shaving shovel, wood, metal, 52 ⅜" x 14 ⅝" x 3 ⅓", 1950.3485.  Snow Shovel, pine, maple, iron, 56 ½" x 15 ⅜" x 5 ⅛" 1950.3355.1 Spading Fork, wood, metal, 42 ¾" x 8 ⅞" x 3 ⅜", 1950.3201.1 Shovel, Oak, iron, 42 ⅜" x 16 ⅝" x 1 ⅞", 1952.4656.1 Collection of the Shaker Museum| Mount Lebanon, New Lebanon, New York Photo by Alan LaValle

Major Exhibition Opening at the Farnsworth—The Shakers: From Mount Lebanon to the World

Released: April 8, 2014

On Saturday, June 14, the Farnsworth Art Museum will open an exhibition entitled The Shakers: From Mount Lebanon to the World. The exhibition of approximately 200 works will run through Sunday, January 4, 2015 in the museum’s Morehouse wing.  The exhibition has been organized in partnership with the Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon in New Lebanon, New York; and the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village Museum in New Gloucester, Maine. Drawn primarily from the collection of the Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon, the largest, broadest and deepest collection of Shaker material in the world, the sho...


Sound, by Jack Tworkov, 1966

Hidden Gems by New York School Artist Jack Tworkov to be Unveiled in Boston Exhibition

Released: April 7, 2014

On Friday, May 1, Boston’s ACME Fine Art on Harrison Avenue will host a special preview of Jack Tworkov: Constellation of a Picture, a solo exhibit featuring unknown gems from the artist’s estate, most of which have never been shown publicly. The distinct group of ten paintings, mostly done between 1966-1967, bridges the formal gap between the emotionally powerful abstract expressionist masterpieces of Tworkov’s early work and the cerebral constructs of his later paintings. Jack Tworkov (1900-1982) was a founding member of the New York School and Chairman of the Department of Art at Yal...


This bold, original gouache painting by Alexander Calder sold for $78,200 at Cottone Auctions' March 29 fine art sale.

Bold original gouache painting by Alexander Calder fetches $78,200 at Cottone Auctions

Released: April 8, 2014

GENESEO, N.Y. – A bold original gouache painting by the renowned American artist Alexander Calder (1898-1976), titled Loops Filled In, signed lower right and dated (1972), measuring 23 inches by 31 inches, sold for $78,200 at the annual Winter Fine Art & Antiques Auction held March 29th by Cottone Auctions, in the firm’s gallery located at 120 Court Street in Geneseo. The painting was one of two artworks that brought identical selling prices. The other was a color linocut on Arches paper by Pablo Picasso (Sp., 1881-1973), titled Faunes et Chevre. The work was numbered in pencil l...