25 mars 2011

Trois vues de la Piazetta, Ecole vénitienne du XIXème siècle et du XXème siècle

Ecole vénitienne du XIXème siècle, Zuccharelli, Vue de la Piazzetta. photo Pierre Bergé & associés Toile signée en bas à droite. H_114 cm L_146 cm - Estimation : 3 000 - 4 000 € École vénitienne du XXe siècle. La Piazzetta. Toile signée en bas à droite: G. Quevrotto (?) H_72 cm L_90 cm - Estimation : 2 000 - 3 000 € École vénitienne du XXe siècle, J. Guerotto. La Piazzetta Toile signée en bas à droite H_29 cm L_38 cm - Estimation : 500 - 700 € Pierre Bergé & associés. Dimanche 27 mars à... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2011

Paire de fauteuils, de consoles demi lune et sellette en bois sculpté et doré Venise

Paire de fauteuils en bois sculpté ajouré et doré. Travail vénitien, de la fin du XVIIIe siècle ou début du XIXe siècle.  photo Pierre Bergé & associés à dossier plat mouvementé, à décor de fleurs de lys dans une cartouche Bras et pieds cambrés. H_142 cm L_79 cm P_66 cm - Estimation : 4 500 - 6 000 € Paire de consoles demi lune en bois sculpté ajouré, doré ou laqué crème. Travail vénitien, du XVIIIe siècle. photo Pierre Bergé & associés Ceintures chantournées présentant des rinceaux et des rosaces.... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2011

Ten best of Harmony of Form, Serenity of Color: A Private Collection of 'Song' Ceramics @ Sorheby"s

A Rare Imperial Numbered Jun' Narcissus Bowl, Early Ming Dynasty. photo Sotheby"s The second single owner collection of the series, Harmony of Form, Serenity of Color: A Private Collection of ‘Song’ Ceramics, achieved a total of $9,039,375, comfortably exceeding the $4.7/6.8 million estimate. The sale was led by A Rare Imperial Numbered ‘Jun’ Narcissus Bowl, Early Ming Dynasty which sold for $2,210,500, many multiples of the $200/300,000 estimate. A Very Fine Carved ‘Ding’ ‘Peony’ Dish, Northern Song Dynasty fetched $866,500,... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2011

"Roberto Capucci: Art into Fashion" @ Philadelphia Museum of Art

 Roberto Capucci, 2001. By Fiorenzo Niccoli. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art PHILADELPHIA, PA.- Roberto Capucci, a master of color, form, and innovative silhouettes, was one of the founders of modern Italian fashion in the early 1950s. Today, after six decades of creative achievement, he remains one of Italy’s most influential and imaginative artist-couturiers. Capucci (b. 1930) captured the attention of the international press at an early age, drawing praise from designers such as Christian Dior when he was still a... [Lire la suite]
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25 mars 2011

Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art from the Celebrated New York Dealer J.T. Tai & Co. Total $36.3 million @ Sotheby’s

An Unusual ‘Famille Rose’ and Gold Decorated Vase, Probably Republican Period sold for $18,002,500. photo Sotheby's Sotheby’s Asia Week auctions began in New York today with the much anticipated sale of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art from J.T. Tai & Co . The auction brought a stunning total of $36,312,493 and  was nearly 94% sold by lot. The sale of more than 300 lots took over nine hours, with multiple bidders in the room, on the phones and online competing for nearly every lot. More than 81% of the sold lots... [Lire la suite]
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25 mars 2011

Phillips de Pury & Company To Offer Iconic Painting Of Elizabeth Taylor, Liz #5, 1963 By Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol, Liz #5. Estimated at $20,000,000 / $30,000,000. NEW YORK, N.Y.- Phillips de Pury & Company announce the sale of a rare, iconic portrait of the legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor, painted by Andy Warhol in 1963. The stunning painting will be offered for sale in the Contemporary Art Part I auction on May 12th and is estimated at $20,000,000 / $30,000,000. "Liz #5 is a pristine gem. It is Warhol at his very best with a perfect screen, glowing colors, and impeccable provenance. She is classic yet every bit as cutting... [Lire la suite]
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