We broke many records in yesterday’s Modern Art & Design Auction. Highest grossing sale : $2,256,323 Highest sell through rate since 2005: 82% Fresh material from local estates with attractive estimates led to record attendance in the room, as well as on the phones, absentee and internet bidding. Custom designs by Ettore Sottass for the […]
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Antiques Roadshow Moment Sometimes we get the opportunity as an auctioneer to share our insight and knowledge with a client. This is one benefit of being in a business where it is beneficial to give information freely. The Roberto Matta drawing, one of the 50 lots from the Collection of James Byrnes to be offered […]
We have the great honor to offer 50 lots from the James Byrnes collection in the March 6, 2011 Modern Art & Design Auction. From 1946 – 1953 James Byrnes was the first curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Los Angeles County Museum of History, Science, and Art, which is now known as LACMA. […]
Today marks the first day of preview for the March 6th Modern Art & Design Auction, and we kicked it off with a special private tour led by our director Peter Loughrey. During the tour Peter told a great story about Lot 220, the Harry Bertoia brooch which came from James Byrnes, the first curator of […]
The Poindexter Gallery, known to represent abstract artist such as Richard Diebenkorn and Jules Olitski, offered Al Held his first solo show in 1959 and again in 1960 at their New York gallery. That same year Sam Francis, whom Held met at the Poindexter Gallery, loaned Held his painting studio on Broadway, in which he […]