BOSTON, MA – June 4, 2020 – The Skinner May 31st auction of American & European Works of Art found great success, doubling the pre-auction estimates. Record-high interest came through participation in the US, Canada, and throughout Europe. Bidders, many for the first time, competed via the Skinner website, Bidsquare, telephone, and absentee bid.Alfons Walde (Austrian, 1891-1958) Aufstieg der Schifahrer.
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 | 11AM-3PM | CHATHAM, MA
Skinner is inviting consignments for the spring 2019 auctions. Meet with Skinner experts for a complimentary auction evaluation and consignment of your Jewelry, Fine Art, and Silver. Appointments required. Please register and a member of our team will contact you directly for an appointment time. High-quality photos are recommended for large or particularly fragile items.
The market for Modern and Contemporary art has never been stronger, and Skinner’s carefully curated and expertly presented auctions regularly include work by the recognized masters of the 20th and 21st centuries. Works by Alexander Calder, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso, Sam Gilliam, and Louise Nevelson, among others, represent the wide range of successful offerings at Skinner’s recent sales.
SATURDAY, MARCH 9 | 10AM-4PM
Meet with Skinner experts Stuart Slavid and Robin Starr at the Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens for a verbal evaluation and possible consignment of your fine art and antiques. The cost for verbal appraisal is $10 for one item or three items for $25. All proceeds will go towards the Museum. Please call the Museum at 951-845-2626 for an appointment, walk-ins will be contingent upon availability.… Read More
January 24, 2019 | Reception 5:30PM, Gallery Walk 6PM
Boston Gallery | 63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116
Rika Smith, art conservation expert in cast bronze sculpture, will join us for an evening of conversation about all things bronze.
Using artworks presented for the Fine Arts & Painting auction on January 25, 2019 by Isidore Bonheur, Harry Jackson, and Mimmo Paladino, we will examine the sculptures to identify casting methods, finishing techniques, and types of patination.… Read More
More than 500 lots comprising paintings, sculpture, photographs, and works on paper and representing a wide range of periods, styles, and subject matter were offered in Skinner’s May 19 auction. Robin S. R. Starr, Director of American and European Works of Art, notes that the stand-out successes of the auction were major works by renowned artists. Their enduring appeal and well-documented provenance resulted in prices that, in many cases, exceeded pre-auction estimates.… Read More
Two bronze sculptures by Rodin will be offered in our May 19th American & European Works of Art auction. Both were conceived by the artist as parts of larger works, and can therefore be considered fragments, but both also stand as unique and expressive works of art in their own right.
Tête de la Luxure (Head of Lust) (Lot 385, Estimate $8,000-12,000) was first created as the head of the figure Crouching Woman, one of Rodin’s favorite compositions, likely originally dated to 1881-82, and one of the earliest figures Rodin modeled for the Gates of Hell. … Read More
Pablo Picasso was a dynamic, creative force. He was intrigued by and experimented with countless media throughout the course of his long and illustrious career. Picasso’s Cubist oil paintings – some incorporating collage – of the 1910s changed the world of Western Art forever. He worked in crayon, pencil, and pastel and was a prolific printmaker as well. He created sculptural works from a broad range of materials including bronze, glass, and wood.… Read More
Alexander Calder was a prolific artist whose career spanned half a century. He is most renowned for his large colorful sculptures made of abstract forms painted in primary colors. Some of these are mobiles, like the huge one hanging in the central court of the National Gallery’s East Building in Washington, DC, and others are “stabiles” (stationary constructions) like Sandy’s Butterfly which you can see in the sculpture garden at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.… Read More
Join us for First Tuesday in Marlborough
Tuesday, October 4 | 1:30PM – 4PM
Skinner experts will provide complimentary verbal auction evaluations during our monthly consignment event on the first Tuesday of each month.
Experts Available in October:
♦ Karen Keane, CEO ♦ Michelle Lamuniere, Specialist, Fine Photographs ♦ Robin S.R. Starr, Vice President, Director of American & European Works of Art ♦ LaGina Austin, Director of Appraisal & Auction Services, Senior Appraiser
Skinner Marlborough Gallery 274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA
First come, first served.… Read More