Kaminski Fine Art Auction September 11, 2016 Features Calder, Mitchell, Corvinth and Imporant Israeli Art from the Collection of the Late Abraham Feinberg of NYC

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Calder, Freeman, Mitchell, Corvinth, Redmond, Aiken plus important Israeli art is on offer at Kaminski Auctions September 11,2016 Fall Fine Art and Estates Auction.

Mitchell, Abstract, Oil on Masonite

Kaminski Auctions presents its first Fine Art auction of the fall season on Sunday, 11, 2016. Top lot of the sale is a Joan Mitchell(American, 1925-1992), colorful abstract oil on Masonite, signed lower right from a Massachusetts estate valued at $50,000-$75,000.

Other American artists of importance in the auction include a Granville Seymore Redmond (American, 1871-1935) luminist painting of a California sunset over a flower-filled valley with a vintage carved frame, likely the work of Newcom Maclin. The painting is from a Connecticut estate and is signed lower left. There is also a signed William Aiken Walker (American, 1839-1921), of workers in the fields, oil on canvas. Both are estimated at $40,000-$60,000.

Top American contemporary paintings featured include an Alexander Calder watercolor and a modern abstract by Eric Freeman (American, 1970-), oil on canvas, signed and dated 2003, thirty-six inches square from a New York estate.

A Modernist Indian abstract by Syed Haider Raza signed “Raza 75” from a Jupiter, Florida estate is valued at $20,000-$40,000.

From a Florida estate comes two John Whorf (American, 1903-1959) watercolors. Both are colorful scenes of a beach party and are labeled "Frank J. Oehlschlaeger, 107 East Oak St., Chicago and are estimated to bring $5,000-$10,000.

Traditional American works include a Frank Duveneck (American, 1848-1919), painting titled "Bavarian Peasant," oil on canvas, having authentication documentation from De Cruz Studios and a Edward Henry Potthast (American, 1857-1927), titled "Working the Fields," oil on canvas, signed lower right, with a Vose Gallery Label in a custom gold leaf frame.

Outstanding European works include a Lovis Corinth (German, 1858-1925), titled "Changing of Her Dress at the Seamstress," oil on canvas. Recently discovered the painting is signed and inscribed "Paris 1903. It was purchased in New York from a noted art dealer on 55th Street approximately sixty years ago and is valued at $30,000-40,000.

Two Raoul Dufy’s (French, 1877-1953) on offer include an oil painting on artist board and a watercolor. The oil is a Fauvist landscape with a church, oil on artist board and the watercolor depicts an olive tree, both are from a Palm Beach estate.

There are several important Israeli artists offered in the auction from the collection of the late Abraham Feinberg of New York City, New York. They include two by Zwy Milshtein (Israeli, 1934 - ), a standing clown with red pointed hat, oil on canvas, signed and another of two boys playing chess with onlookers in the background. A Moshe Castel (Israeli, 1909-1991), titled "Jewish Wedding Scene," oil on canvas, and signed is valued at $12,000-$18,000.

Sculpture in the auction features a Jean Arp (German-French, 1886-1996), figural bronze abstract signed on the base, a Prince Paolo Troubetzkoy (Russian, 1966-1938), bronze bust of a boy, signed and dated 1915, as well as a 19th century French bronze sculpture, depicting a king mounted on horseback on a marble plinth.

There is a spectacular Carlo Scarpa for Venini "Corroso a Rilievi", handblown glass vase with acid etched surface and applied decoration. It is acid signed "Venini Murano," circa 1935 from an Italian estate and is estimated at $7,000-$9,000.

Also to be offered are two pencil drawings acquired from the collection of noted photographer John Bryson, as well as a School of Le Nain oil painting deaccessioned from the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center.

The second half of the auction features estate items including a ladies' fancy basket platinum set diamond ring with center round brilliant cut diamond measuring approximately 7.16 mm x 4.98 mm and weighing approximately 155/100 carats, D-E color and VS2 perfection. It has forty- three single cut diamonds both on the center basket head and shank. An appraisal report included with the ring estimates the value at $34,000.

Kaminski Auctions has a busy calendar of fall events including a spectacular on site auction under a tent at the Belmar Estate at 42 Eastern Point Boulevard, Gloucester, Massachusetts. The auction takes place on Saturday, September 17, 2016 and will feature the collection of Count Jochen von Haller and the late Countess Ute von Haller.

For more information on these two exciting auctions call 978-927-2223 or go to http://www.kaminskiauctions.com and sign up to bid with KaminskiLIVE.

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