September, 2016

ORIGINAL SUNDAY PAGE ARTWORK FOR THE FLASH GORDON COMIC STRIP, DONE IN 1937 BY ALEX RAYMOND (1909-1956) REALIZES $60,375

ORIGINAL SUNDAY PAGE ARTWORK FOR THE FLASH GORDON COMIC STRIP, DONE IN 1937 BY ALEX RAYMOND (1909-1956) REALIZES $60,375

The 600+-lot auction was held by Philip Weiss Auctions on Merrick Road in Lynbrook, N.Y. LYNBROOK, N.Y. – Original Sunday page artwork for the Flash Gordon comic strip, done by the illustrator known as “the artist’s artist,” Alex Raymond (1909-1956) and dated 1/24/1937, sold for $60,375 at an auction of comics, comic art, animation, illustration […]

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A PAIR OF LATE 19th CENTURY SIOUX BEADED WAR SHIRTS COMBINE TO SELL FOR $50,000 AT ALLARD AUCTIONS’ BEST OF SANTA FE SALE, HELD AUG. 12-14

A PAIR OF LATE 19th CENTURY SIOUX BEADED WAR SHIRTS COMBINE TO SELL FOR $50,000 AT ALLARD AUCTIONS’ BEST OF SANTA FE SALE, HELD AUG. 12-14

The event was held at the historic Scottish Rite Temple and grossed a little under $500,000. SANTA FE, N.M. – A pair of Sioux beaded war shirts combined to sell for $50,000 and were the top two lots at Best of Santa Fe, an annual auction hosted by Allard Auctions, Inc., based in St. Ignatius, […]

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COTTONE AUCTIONS, RIDING HIGH AFTER A MARCH SALE THAT GROSSED $1.7M, IS HOPING TO DO IT AGAIN SEPT. 23rd-24th WITH A FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION

COTTONE AUCTIONS, RIDING HIGH AFTER A MARCH SALE THAT GROSSED $1.7M, IS HOPING TO DO IT AGAIN SEPT. 23rd-24th WITH A FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION

The auction will be held in Cottone’s gallery, located at 120 Court Street in Geneseo, New York. GENESEO, N.Y. – Riding a wave of successful auctions, and following a 30th year anniversary sale in March that grossed $1.7 million, Cottone Auctions is back for a curtain call with another Fine Art & Antiques Auction, on […]

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HUNDREDS OF ARTWORKS BY THE LATE REGIONALIST-MODERNIST PAINTER JOHN W. HATCH (1919-1998) WILL BE EXHIBITED, SOLD, AUCTIONED ON OCT. 1st

HUNDREDS OF ARTWORKS BY THE LATE REGIONALIST-MODERNIST PAINTER JOHN W. HATCH (1919-1998) WILL BE EXHIBITED, SOLD, AUCTIONED ON OCT. 1st

The event will be held near the University of New Hampshire, where Hatch taught for 36 years. DURHAM, N.H. – Hundreds of artworks by the late Regionalist-Modernist painter and former University of New Hampshire art professor John W. Hatch (1919-1998) – a beloved figure who instructed more than 5,000 art students over the course of […]

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