Shapiro Auctions, one of the best auctioneers of art and collectibles in New York, will hold its next auction of International Fine and Decorative Art on July 31, 2021. The upcoming sale features 503 lots ranging in estimates from $50 to $175,000. Among the higher end pieces are works by such notable artists as Alexander Archipenko, Vu Cao Dam, Konstantin Gorbatov, Mariano Andreu, Mr. Brainwash, and Oleg Tselkov. All of the lots can be previewed at 566 East Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck, NY, July 24-30 at 10am-6pm and July 31 at 9am-10am.
International Fine and Decorative Art Sale by Shapiro Auctions
Shapiro Auctions has long been known for its exceptional sales of American, European, Russian, Asian, and Latin American works of art. This reputable auction house conducts multiple auctions a year, each time offering an amazing selection of fine and decorative art, antique Russian icons, militaria, rare books, and other valuable and collectible objects from antiquity to the present. The upcoming International Fine and Decorative Art sale is no exception. With a selection of over 500 lots, it offers a fabulous opportunity for art lovers to buy something truly special for their collections.
The top lot of the International Fine and Decorative Art sale is “Torse,” an oil on canvas painting by Alexander Archipenko, a prominent Ukrainian-American avant-garde artist who was among the first to apply the principles of Cubism to architecture. “Torse” is estimated at $125,000-175,000.
Another important lot at the upcoming International Fine and Decorative Art sale is the 1978 oil painting “Les chevaux” by the Vietnamese artist Vu Cao Dam, who is widely known for his landscape and figure paintings combining traditional Vietnamese and Western art techniques.
In addition to a wonderful selection of art, the auction features early 20th-century violins, exquisite diamond jewelry, furniture pieces, lighting, and many other collectibles that are hard to find anywhere else. For the full catalog, please visit https://www.shapiroauctions.com/ or contact Shapiro Auctions directly. The International Fine and Decorative Art sale will start on July 31, 10am (New York Time).