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Just In: Over 40 works from the Estate of Ruth and Dalzell Hatfield

July 15, 2013

Dalzell Hatfield, like Felix Landau, Frank Perls, Paul Kantor, and David Stuart, owned a gallery in Los Angeles, prior to the post-WWII art boom, which specialized in imported works by European artists and local modernists. The Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, in operation for nearly 50 years, was the leading gallery at the time for decorative arts and fine art by Gertrud & Otto Natzler, Millard Sheets, Maurice de Vlamink, and Georges Rouault.

Millard Sheets, The King’s Tent, Oil on canvas
Property from the Estate of Ruth and Dalzell Hatfield
Estimate: $30,000 – 50,000
To be offered in the October 13, 2013 Modern Art & Design Auction

LAMA has the honor to represent over 40 works that come directly from the Estate of Ruth and Dalzell Hatfield in the upcoming October 13, 2013 Modern Art & Design Auction. Highlights from the collection include paintings by Millard Sheets, a large ceramic bowl by Glen Lukens, and a selection of prints by Pablo Picasso from the Vollard Suite.

LAMA is currently accepting consignments to be included in the October 13, 2013 Modern Art & Design Auction featuring works from the Estate of Ruth and Dalzell Hatfield. The consignment deadline has been extended to August 2, 2013.

Please email Shannon Loughrey (Shannon@lamodern.com) with images/descriptions of items you wish to consign.

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