Abell October 3, 2021 Quarterly Fine Art Auction
ABELL AUCTION CO. PRESENTS FINE ART, ANTIQUES, JEWELRY AND 20TH CENTURY DESIGN AT QUARTERLY AUCTION ON OCTOBER 3
Abell Auction Co. will present an important fine art, antiques, 20th century design and fine jewelry auction on Sunday, Oct 3 at 10 a.m. PDT. Featuring property from prominent California estates, the sale will highlight an impressive collection of French Impressionist paintings and drawings. Other prominent items include a Damien Hirst painting, Anish Kapoor sculpture, Ansel Adams photographs and collection of vintage Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
Fine art in the upcoming auction includes paintings, drawings, and sculptures signed by Antoine-Louis Barye (2), Larry Bell (6), Pierre Bonnard (4), Edouard Cortes, Sonia Delaunay, Andre Derain (5), Jean Dufy, Edward Dugmore, Viola Frey, Eva Gonzales, Armand Guillaumin, Susan Hertel, Henri-Joseph Harpignies, Victor Higgins, Patrick Hughes, Henri Baptiste Lebasque, Aristide Maillol, Henri Charles Manguin (2), Robert Mapplethorpe, Dale Nichols, Edgar Payne, Francis Picabia, Auguste Rodin, Juan Pablo Salinas, Paul Serusier, Suzanne Valadon, Louis Valtat (5) and much more.
Modern & contemporary prints & multiples include works signed Marc Chagall (2), Pierre Bonnard, Salvador Dali, Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis (2), Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo (2), Henri Matisse (2), Joan Miro, Ed Moses, Pablo Picasso (2), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Louis Valtat (3), Kees Van Dongen (2), Edouard Vuillard, and much more.
Jewelry includes a Tiffany & Co. unheated sapphire and diamond ring (17.39 carats); Tiffany & Co. diamond ring (3.36 carats, D color, SI1 clarity); Tiffany & Co. vintage emerald and diamond bracelet; antique Cartier dress set; a gold ingot from the Nanking Cargo; Rolex for Tiffany & Co. 18 karat yellow gold watches (2); Patek Philippe watches (4); Piaget 18 karat white gold and opal watch; 18 karat yellow gold, diamond, and Tsavorite garnet Serpenti-style watch; platinum and gold proof sets; and much more.
Antique and modern furniture includes a collection of 18th and 19th century Spanish, English, French, and Italian furniture; period Louis XV leather-inset bureau plat; Dan Johnson ‘Gazelle’ table base; Richard Harrison mid-century dining set; and a collection of period French Art Deco furniture by designers including Jules Lelou, Dominique, Lucien Rollin, Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann; and much more.
Decorative arts include a large collection of Tiffany & Co. sterling hollowware; American pierced sterling silver tea set; Chinese export sterling silver tea set; Ron Kent wood bowls (3); Black Forest carved hall tree; a large collection of European specimen appointments; and much more.
Abell will host a gallery preview (2613 Yates Ave.) on Sept. 27 to Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST. Online bidding is available on www.abell.com, LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. For more information, call 800.404.2235 or visit www.abell.com. The Abell gallery is located at 2613 Yates Avenue. For more information, call 800.404.2235 or visit www.abell.com.
About Abell Auction Co.
In 1916, company founder A.N. Abell established Abell Auction Co. as Los Angeles’ first permanent auction house that would serve generations of loyal clients to come. Abell has been entrusted with fine estates and collections for over a century, handling the treasured belongings of many high-profile clients and legendary figures in Hollywood. Now in its fourth generation of continuous family operation, Abell’s weekly and quarterly sales attract an international audience of buyers. Visit www.abell.com or call 323.724.8102. Connect with us: @abellauctionco for Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter
To access high-resolution images of featured auction items, please visit: https://www.abell.com/abell-october-3-2021-quarterly-fine-art-auction
Stacy Geere, 661.253.1059 or [email protected]