World Treasures: Important Russian, Asian, European & American Fine Art

June 27th, 2017

Beginning at 9:00 am in our main gallery

Gallery Preview

June 20th-23rd: 9:00am-5:00pm

June 24th-25th: 10:00am-5:00pm

June 26th: 9:00am-8:00pm

Over 500 works of art from Russia, Europe, America & Asia. Featuring the Notman Family Art Collection New York and Iowa, items from the William “Bill” Egleston estate, Marshalltown, Iowa; The Dennis Wall estate, Galesville, Wisconsin, and others.

Including over 150 American, Old Master and European oil paintings, bronzes, and prints by listed artists including original works by Marsden Hartley (2), John Marin (5), Samuel Colman (17), Paul Cesar Helleu, James Whistler, Zoran Music (2), Roy Lichtenstein, Marvin Cone, and many others. Also, over 50 exceptional Russian icons plus Imperial Russian period decorative arts. A good variety of silver hollowware & flatware incl. a fine Reed & Barton 7 pc sterling coffee/tea service, a Gorham sterling “Bacchus” punch bowl, a Georgian hot water urn, a Kirk & Son coin silver floral repousse tankard plus other sterling hollowware, several sterling flatware sets & a large service of Christofle “Rubans” silverplate flatware. Also over 250 pieces of Chinese & Japanese decorative arts incl. 17th & 18th century blue/white & famille rose export porcelain, Qing Dynasty carved cinnabar, a fine collection of Chinese snuff bottles, Japanese Meiji period carved ivory okimonos, plus Chinese cloisonné, carved jades & furnishings including a 15 pc dining room set. Plus fine decorative arts incl. a Tiffany Favrile 20.5 inch blue border “Acorn” chandelier with turtleback, French Empire revival furnishings with winged lion gilt bronze mounts, a collection of Boulle’ incl. a Louis XVI period clock, a Regina coin-op music box, European porcelain including KPM, Steuben art glass, and Mid-Century modern furnishings with works by Afra & Tobia Scarpa, Warren Plantar & Arne Jacobsen, Also over 70 Oriental carpets circa 1890 to 1950 the majority from a Midwestern estate including early Caucasians, Kazaks, Kubas & Turkish; Boukaras, a Kerman Shah, various runners & others.

L.C.Tiffany Favrile glass 21 inch “Acorn” chandelier with turtle back
Samuel Colman (Am. 1832 – 1920), Narragansett, Rhode Island - 1890
one of 17 Samuel Colman paintings to be offered
Marsden Hartley (American 1877 – 1943)
Song of Winter – Circa 1908, oil on board, signed lower left, 12 x 12 inches
Carl Ethan Akeley (1864 – 1926)
The Wounded Comrade, Roman Bronze Works edition