Rufino Tamayo and Old Masters to hammer at Hutter Auctions NYC

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  • April 09, 2014

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Lot 275 - Old Master Painting - British Soldiers

Hutter Auctions NYC is proud to present a NYC Fabulous Estates Auction this Saturday, April 12 at 11am.  The sale will be strong on fine art.

 Many of the consignments represent property removed from two impressive estates-- one at 12 West 18th Street and one in Staten Island. The West 18th Street property represents the acquisitions of a collector with a broad and astute eye, including Modernist work by the Latin American master Rufino Tamayo and an assortment of model ships.

Highlights from Staten Island estate include a collection of Old Master paintings, a large continental porcelain charger painted with the likeness of a young Eastern European woman amid a swirl of gold paste embellishment, two arts and crafts table lamps, and an Italian inlayed chest.

Hutter Auctions will also continue to offer French Modernist paintings from the same collection that has peppered its two most recent sales.  This auction will see more works by Roger Derieux, Christian Lemesle, and Bertrand Dorny hammered.

Additional highlights include a collection of Peter Max prints from 110 East End Avenue, assorted fine jewelry, including a limited edition Erte necklace, and watches by Patek Philippe and Lucian Piccard.

All items are on preview at Hutter’s convenient mid-town location, 444 West 55th Street this Thursday and Friday, April 10 and 11th from 10am-7pm and on Saturday morning from 9:30 up until the 11am start of the auction.  The full catalog is also available on-line at

Hutter is still accepting consignments for its May 17, 2014 sale.


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Lot 229 - Rufino Tamayo (Mexico, 1899 - 1991) - Lithograph


Adam Hutter

Hutter Auctions



Adam Hutter
Hutter Auction Galleries

Hutter Auctions NYC
444 West 55th Street
New York, New York
About Hutter Auctions NYC

Since 2010 Hutter Auction Galleries has provided a mid-market auction venue for the New York metropolitan area. Adam Hutter, founder and principal auctioneer, recognized the need for an auction gallery where buyers and sellers would receive personal and individualized service. Understanding that parting with possessions or settling an estate can be a daunting project, Adam Hutter and his team are committed to providing a transparent and straightforward process for bringing all items to auction. Our terms are simple and clear; our competitive selling commissions include cataloging, photography, insurance, and marketing and advertising. Hutter Auctions strives to achieve the highest prices for your items through maximum exposure to potential buyers. Our well established international buying clientele is cultivated from Adam Hutter’s many years in the auction business, through our convenient mid-Manhattan location, and our constant online presence in the auction marketplace. Adam Hutter is a licensed auctioneer who has worked in the auction and appraisal business for more than twenty years. He specializes in Fine and Decorative Antiques, Mid-Century Design, Silver and Jewelry, Rugs, and Collectibles. Adam joined the famed Tepper Galleries in 1990; within five years he rose to become Principal Auctioneer at Tepper, and one of the most prominent auctioneers in New York City. At Hutter Auction Galleries, Adam Hutter presides over monthly auctions of items sourced from estate liquidations, private consignments, and items directly purchased by the gallery. Our clients join us from Park Avenue to Williamsburg, from Westchester to the Hamptons, from across the country and around the world. Hutter Auction Galleries has been featured in the New York Times as well as on CBS and ABC News. Whether you are buying or selling one item or an entire home, we will guide you through the process, ensuring your comfort every step of the way.

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