Press Releases tagged with abbott fuller graves

Oil on canvas painting by Australian-American artist Richard Hayley Lever (1876-1957), titled The Old Lighthouse and Fleets of St.  Ives ($162,500, a new world auction record).

Oil painting by Richard Hayley Lever soars to a record $162,500 at Shannon's fall art auction, Oct. 26th

Released: November 08, 2017

MILFORD, CT – Strong prices were reported at Shannon’s 20th anniversary fall art auction held October 26th. Nearly 300 lots went under the hammer, grossing over $2.3 million, with 72 percent of lots sold. Shannon’s set a world record high price for at least three artists in the sale, achieving an impressive $162,500 for Richard Hayley Lever’s The Old Lighthouse and Fleets of St. Ives. Six works by the American realist Henry Martin Gasser were offered, all achieving notable prices. Winter Corner, a city scene by Gasser, sold for $32,500, setting a world record price for a work on paper by...

Oil on board painting by William Glackens (Am., 1870-1938), titled The Bathers, unsigned (est.  $250,000-$350,000).

Oil paintings by Glackens, Graves and Nichols will headline Shannon's 20th anniversary fine art auction, Oct. 26

Released: October 13, 2017

MILFORD, CT. – Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Thursday, October 26th, with a special inaugural auction in their new gallery location at 49 Research Drive in Milford, Connecticut. For the past 20 years, Shannon’s has worked with private collectors, institutions and dealers to sell over $100,000,000 in fine art. For this auction, Shannon’s will present nearly 300 lots of American and European paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings. Leading the sale are several fine paintings from a prominent collection in Michigan. The works represent the best of ...

Abbott Fuller Graves (American, 1859-1936) Rowing to Picnic Rock  oil on canvas 32 x 46in Painted circa 1900 Sold $197,000


Released: December 05, 2013

NEW YORK - Bonhams American Art sale on December 4 saw excellent prices realized for some of the field's most influential artists. The auction was 81% sold by lot and an exceptional 95% sold by value, bringing the final sale total to over $5.2 million. Hundreds of bidders vied for the celebrated art on offer, and the saleroom buzzed with activity. Interest in the sale was international, with participants from as far as Hong Kong taking part online and via the telephone. Bidding war after bidding war ensued, with attendees taking home the lion's share of the top lots. "We are very ple...

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