NEW YORK, NY.-
Lark Mason Associates announced that bidding is now open for their Fine and Decorative Arts from an Aspen Estate and Other Owners on igavelauctions.com
through December 2nd. Among the painting highlights are: Landscape, Appian Way, by George Inness, (Estimate: $40,000-60,000) and Rooster, attributed to Joseph Crawhall, Bouganvilleas for Sale, by Julio Larraz ($10,000-20,000) and several prints by the Swedish concrete and constructive artist Richard Paul Lohse. Sculpture includes a Stainless Steel Horse, 1988 by Arturo Di Modica, who is best known for his Charging Bull sculpture (Estimate: $20,000-30,000) and The Chase, a bronze sculpture by Nikolai Iwanowitsch Lieberich (Estimate: $25,000-35,000).
"We are delighted to present such a diverse array of fine and decorative arts," says Lark Mason, Jr. "The estimates are accessible which afford collectors of all persuasions the opportunity to get into the buying spirit as the holidays approach."
Rounding out the sale is an eclectic selection of furniture ranging from the baroque to the modern, Rookwood pottery, Art Nouveau and Deco art glass by Daum Nancy and Émile Galle´, jewelry from Tiffany & Co., vintage couture by Chanel, Givenchy, Louis Feraud, and Christian La Croix and a small selection of antiquities including a Roman 22-karat Intaglio Gold Ring and a Roman Funerary Plaque, both dated from the 1st-2nd A.D.