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Vintage, modernist, designer artisan jewelry, bronzes, ceramics, vintage accessories, paintings and much more. An eclectic and unique collection personally selected by Beverly Sacks.
Mid-Century Modern sculpted group of a standing clown surrounded by animals and mystical creatures.
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Modern abstract ink and tempera painting titled "Flying Fish", created by American artist Margaret Stark in 1946.
Art Deco cocktail shaker in the shape of a dumbbell with a cap and strainer.
Victorian period hand-painted ceramic pedestals in grotesque style with horned satyr heads at the base, made by Alba China.
Set of twenty Postmodernist fashion design sketches or illustrations, drawn with marker pens and watercolors by Anthony Pacesa.
George Hulbe Art Nouveau screen from 1890's Germany
Antique late 19th century Neoclassical obelisk, the zinc architectural element with painted finish.
A signed and dated (1945) oil on canvas entitled “Wild Iris” by Greek American Artist George Constant (1892-1978), in original silver giltwood frame.
A framed watercolor by Alexandro De Canedo entitled "The Neophytes"and painted in 1933. Canedo was born in Mexico City in 1902 to a Spanish father and American mother. At 15 he studied in Paris at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts under the sculptor Jean Magrou. He held is first exhibition of pencil drawings at the Circolo Artistico in Rome in 1927 and in 1928 moved to the U.S. where his first New York Exhibition of pencil drawings was the inaugural exhibition of the Cheshire Gallery in the Chrysler Building in 1932. He continued exhibiting in and around New York and by 1935 he was showing both watercolors and drawings. He continued producing and exhibiting through the 1940s and relocated to Los Angeles in the 1950s where he was active in the L.A. art scene through the late 60's. He passed away in 1978.
An oil on canvas painting of a reclining partially nude woman and two cats in an interior scene. The piece is signed and dated (1931) in the lower right. Fernand Gaston Longchamp was an impressionist and expressionist artist born in America to a French mother and Cayuga-Iroquois father. His family moved to France around the time of Gaston's birth and his father, an artist himself, was acquainted with many prominent artists in Paris such as Renoir, Signac and Seurat. Gaston would eventually apprentice with his father and became familiar with these artists himself. By fourteen he was working with painters in Montmartre and benefited from insights from Raoul Dufy, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse and others. He worked with Picasso painting stage designs for the Russian Ballet in 1911 and with Marc Chagall painting scenes for Stravinsky's Firebird. He briefly attended the Academie des Beaux Arts before returning to America in the 1920s where he would go on to become one of the foremost set designers in the United States. He set up a studio in Kintnersville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania where he worked prolifically until retiring in the 1970s. He passed away in 1986.
An oil on canvas painting by Rene Schmitt, signed in lower left, depicting a colorful scene of buildings in New York
This pair of plaques depicting a man and woman from the 18th century are hand painted.
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