Affordable Art and Furnishings Abound in the Doyle at Home Online-Only Auction

  • NEW YORK, New York
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  • March 27, 2020

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Paul Lewis Clemens (1911-1992), Viewing of the Old Masters, 1973, Oil on Masonite 33 x 22 7/8 inches. The Estate of Laura M. Mako. Lot 15. Ext. $2,000-4,000.
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Carl Wuermer (1900-1981), Farmer's Market, 1935, Oil on canvas, 26 x 28 inches. Lot 86. Est. $1,200-1,800.
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A selection of furniture, decorations and art in the auction.
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Doyle's popular Doyle at Home auctions attract thousands of savvy, sophisticated buyers with an endless diversity of affordable art and stylish furniture and decorations from prominent estates and collections.

Browse the current online-only auction powered by Invaluable.com and place your bids using your computer or mobile device. Bidding will end with a soft close on Tuesday, March 31 beginning at 10am EDT. 

ART
Featured in the sale is a wide range of affordable works of art spanning a century of creative output by artists around the world. Among the highlights are examples by Alexander Aiznshatat, Pietro Barucci, Paul Lewis Clemens, Dietz Edzard, John R. Grabach, Robert Henri, Emilio Rodriguez Larrain, Edgard Maxence, Joseph Lindon Smith, Moses Soyer, Pavel Tchelitchew, Constantin Westchiloff, Carl Wuemer and many more.

BELLE EPOQUE
A selection of furniture and decorations celebrates the opulence of the Belle Epoque. Noteworthy offerings include a handsome French ormolu-mounted parquetry inlaid cabinet (lot 388), a Limoges porcelain clock retailed by Tiffany & Co. (lot 358), a lovely Sèvres style porcelain urn signed by the artist, A. Collot (lot 362), and a Loetz Titania glass vase with silver overlay (lot 414). Certain to attract attention is a Montici pietra dura plaque depicting a still life of fruit by Richard A. Blow, Italy (lot 437).

RUSSIAN WORKS OF ART
A special section of the sale is devoted to Russian works of art, featuring a group lot of two colorful silver and enamel Kovshi and a Charka (lot 270), a silver and cloisonné enamel tea glass holder by Gustav Klingert, Moscow, before 1899 (lot 275), and an icon of the Old Testament Trinity with Abraham and Sarah (lot 288), as well as a bronze group of a vendor with a sled after Vasilii Grachev (lot 296).

INFORMATION
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