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I am Jenna, I like to write about auctions, artists, and their artworks.
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Jenna Miller 2021-10-11
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All about Andy Warhol Andy Warhol actually born as Andrew Warhola was born on 6th of August 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

In 1934 the Warhola family had to move to the Dawson Street in Pittsburgh.

He had Sydenham chorea, a neurological disorder commonly known as St. Vitus dance, characterized by involuntary movements.

He was only 8 years old when they brought him a first camera.

Cats and heavenly angels were her favourite things to do, and in 1957 Warhol distributed a book of her drawings, Holy Cats by Andy Warhol's Mother.

Warhol enrolled her to add her ladylike and sensitive handwriting to many of his drawings, including notices, collection covers, and book outlines.Andy Warhol was a gay, and he depicted his arts in the same way, like two men embracing each other.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-19
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The name originates from Edwin's incredible, extraordinary granddad, Blackwell Bailey.

Florida AntiquesAt the point when Alfred R. Frankel initially moved to Hollywood, Florida, from Brooklyn, New York, in 1949, he found a tropical express that was still generally unseen and immaculate.

Nurturing an enthusiasm for workmanship, Frankel would ultimately turn into a main authority of Floridian craftsmanship and stylistic theme.Headed to help the craftsmen and makers of Blackwell auctions Florida, Frankel would proceed to report their accounts in a few history books.

A main parcel of this bartering, a salt-coated pitcher from the 1850s, is one of just two known enduring models; the other, claimed by the territory of Florida, is examined in one of Frankel's books.

The pitcher was made by Turnley and Odom Pottery, a firm that was distinctly in activity for a year prior to shutting during the Civil War.

It was just later that Franz Gobel, a porcelain producer, transformed these drawings into porcelain dolls.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-10
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For Latvian-American artist Vija Celmins, the objective of workmanship was never self-articulation yet rather the surfaces and actual characteristics that can draw the watcher's eye.

"At times… the lone part that I think is about any worth is simply the making.

Her style started creating during the 1960s, and Celmins has since delighted in more than 40 independent shows.

Celmins showed herself English from comic books and picture playing a card game, consolidating her advantage in pictures with her received culture.

She would proceed to go to craftsmanship school and procure her MFA from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1965.

Despite the fact that Celmins was dynamic when the Pop Art development was quickening, her work took a sharp abandon the consumerist and ad mixed pictures of the time.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-29
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Joshua KodnerAuctioneers Gemologists AppraisersJoshua Kodner is an examination and closeout shop situated in Dania Beach, Florida.

Presently in fourth era, Joshua Kodner is advancing his family's inheritance with his brilliant accreditations, master information, and scrupulousness.

With information and aptitude in various forte regions, Joshua is a fourth-age gemologist, affirmed appraiser, and authorized barker.

Neon Paraiba TourmalineThe striking shade of Paraiba stones separates them.

The accessible neon blue paraiba tourmaline (guaranteed by AGL and Gubelin Lab) weighs 4.86 carats.

Albert Huie and Vangelis Renas likewise have craftsmanships addressed in the bartering list.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-17
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 Tamara de Lempicka, a prominent female artist of the Art Deco era, was famous for her expressive and sensual female paintings.

Her interwar artwork earned her the nickname "The Baroness with a Brush.

Lempicka's art portrayed influences from Neoclassicism and Cubism to Italian Mannerists such as Bronzino and Botticelli.

She laid the foundations for her artistic interests.

Fearing World War II, the artist moved to New York in 1939, where she developed her postwar Art Deco style.

Among the top ten works of art by Tamara de Lempicka, paintings of women have been sold at record prices.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-05
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Woody Auction Woody Auction is a family-owned auction house.

It has been selling Victorian Antiques for more than 75 years.

This auction house basically deals with American Brilliant Cut Glass, Art Glass, Firearms, Furniture, Primitives, Artwork, Oriental, Lamps, Carnival Glass, Porcelain, Pottery, Sterling Silver, Native American, and other quality antiques, especially pre-1900.The auction house has been recognized as one of the top auction houses using top-level bidding platforms.

Woody has conducted many auctions of cut glass, below discussed are a few amongst them, also see the Woody auction results Collection of American Brilliant Cut Glass:"The William Buschling assortment makes certain to grab the eye of American Brilliant Cut Glass authorities around the world," said Jason Woody of Woody Auction.

Furthermore, as consistently at Woody Auction, there are no purchaser's charges for those in participation, while paying with money or check.Sure to get paddles swaying is a Brilliant Period Cut Glass two-took care of, green slice to clear cherishing cup, 6 ¾ inches tall, with an engraved botanical and ornate plan credited to Stevens and Williams; and an ABCG platform ewer, with the reticulated authentic silver foot with embellished spout, handle and flip top by Theodore Starr Co., 14 inches tall, engraved with a greenery configuration, star precious stone, and fan features.Delightful ABCG containers will highlight a 22-inch-tall trumpet jar having three segments of hobstar, strawberry precious stone, vesica, zipper and fan theme, and an enormous winding cut handle stem, in addition to a gigantic 8 ½ inch breadth scalloped hobstar foot; and a 16 ½-inch-tall jar in the Othello design by Clark, flaunting a stage cut neck, design cut edge and a hobstar base.

Both are fine models that would show pleasantly.ABCG plate will incorporate a frozen yogurt plate with fishtail plan, 16 ½ creeps by 9 ½ inches, highlighting an awesome cutting of hobstar, vesica, nailhead precious stone, and star and fan theme, in addition to delightful clear, as imagined in ABCG for the Discriminating Collector (page 192); and an ABCG serving plate with an intricate authentic edge checked Gorham, with an all-around cut plan of vesica, hobstar, square and miter theme.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-25
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Turner Auctions Turner Auctions was established by Stephen G. Turner to supplement and grow the abilities of Stephen G. Turner Associates, a San Francisco-based sale and evaluation counselling firm established in 2004.

Turner is a prepared barker and expert appraiser of individual property with more than 25 years' experience working with driving sale houses in North America.

His specialized topics incorporate Fine Art, Decorative Arts, Antiques and Residential Contents.

and, for a very long time, in the San Francisco Chronicle's Sunday examination include, "What's It Worth?” He is a mainstream visitor speaker on craftsmanship and collectibles at courses and evaluation events in California.

Turner clings to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Turner Auctions highlighted cast Renoir sculptor.Turner Auction group highlighted cast Renoir sculptor, naturally introduced to a group of craftsmans, Pierre-Auguste Renoir prepared under Swiss old style painter Charles Gleyre.

Its post mortem cast variation is ready to move at the forthcoming Fine Art, Russian Silver, Jewelry closeout, offered by Turner Auctions + Appraisals.The deal additionally features crafted by Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros and other conspicuous specialists.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-12
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He was known for his innovative ideas in the woodwork industry.

In 1940, Nakashima got back to the United States with his American-conceived spouse, Marion Okajima.

In 1943, Raymond supported Nakashima's delivery from the movement camp.

Marked to the underside with the original owner’s name.

He needed to support customary ways of thinking and craftsmanship, not industrialization and innovation.

'In 1942 Nakashima and his young family were moved to an internment camp in Idaho, close by 120,000 other Japanese-Americans.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-04
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Brought into the world in Aligarh, India, Zarina regularly went all throughout the planet, settling and resettling in Bangkok, Tokyo, Delhi, Paris, Los Angeles, and New York.

At ten years of age, Zarina encountered the Partition of India that split the previous British settlement into present-day India and Pakistan.

Zarina took in printmaking methods from Stanley William Hayter in Paris and Toshi Yoshida in Tokyo while going with her ambassador spouse.

Zarina started investigating the limit of printmaking, fostering her particular style in the wake of getting comfortable New York in the last part of the 1970s.

Named House with Four Walls, each print was pushed on carefully assembled Nepalese paper and matched with lines of text.

They recount a story that runs corresponding to Zarina's life: "Far away was a house with four dividers… On long Summer evenings, everybody dozed/One night we heard the owl in the trees/The one-looked at servant said/We would need to move far away."

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-23
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Auction Calendar Before the auction calendar, let us first understand, what is an auction?A sale of goods (usually old, rare, and antique) or property, made by competitive bidding where the auctioned item is sold to the person who makes the highest bid.

It is carried out by an auctioneer, who considers himself the seller's agent until the hammer falls and announces the completion of the sale in favour of the highest bidder.

Nowadays many auctions take place online whereby the auctioneer provides the site on which the Products are advertised.

What is an auction house?To sell these goods, there are places where all these deals are carried out.

After making both ideas clear, let us discuss the auction calendar.Here we will discuss about the auctions of old, rare, antiques, vintage, modern, mid-century and lot more other items.

There is an arrangement made to view the lot, which is the items which are going to be auctioned.

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Jenna Miller 2021-08-10
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   Christie's offered a copy of Shakespeare's First Folio at closeout with a presale gauge of USD 4 million to $6 million.

Christie's International Head of Books and Manuscripts, Margaret Ford, marked the Shakespeare folio as a "once in an age" piece in presale showcasing.

It was the first run-through in right around 20 years that a total duplicate of the folio crossed the bartering block.

What are different compositions that once held this title?

A great many miles separated, an offering war ejected between London bookseller Thomas E. Schuster and a Japanese bookselling organization, Maruzen Co. Ltd.

In question was one of under 50 known duplicates of the Gutenberg Bible.

collect
0
Jenna Miller 2021-10-11
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All about Andy Warhol Andy Warhol actually born as Andrew Warhola was born on 6th of August 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

In 1934 the Warhola family had to move to the Dawson Street in Pittsburgh.

He had Sydenham chorea, a neurological disorder commonly known as St. Vitus dance, characterized by involuntary movements.

He was only 8 years old when they brought him a first camera.

Cats and heavenly angels were her favourite things to do, and in 1957 Warhol distributed a book of her drawings, Holy Cats by Andy Warhol's Mother.

Warhol enrolled her to add her ladylike and sensitive handwriting to many of his drawings, including notices, collection covers, and book outlines.Andy Warhol was a gay, and he depicted his arts in the same way, like two men embracing each other.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-25
img

Turner Auctions Turner Auctions was established by Stephen G. Turner to supplement and grow the abilities of Stephen G. Turner Associates, a San Francisco-based sale and evaluation counselling firm established in 2004.

Turner is a prepared barker and expert appraiser of individual property with more than 25 years' experience working with driving sale houses in North America.

His specialized topics incorporate Fine Art, Decorative Arts, Antiques and Residential Contents.

and, for a very long time, in the San Francisco Chronicle's Sunday examination include, "What's It Worth?” He is a mainstream visitor speaker on craftsmanship and collectibles at courses and evaluation events in California.

Turner clings to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Turner Auctions highlighted cast Renoir sculptor.Turner Auction group highlighted cast Renoir sculptor, naturally introduced to a group of craftsmans, Pierre-Auguste Renoir prepared under Swiss old style painter Charles Gleyre.

Its post mortem cast variation is ready to move at the forthcoming Fine Art, Russian Silver, Jewelry closeout, offered by Turner Auctions + Appraisals.The deal additionally features crafted by Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros and other conspicuous specialists.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-19
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The name originates from Edwin's incredible, extraordinary granddad, Blackwell Bailey.

Florida AntiquesAt the point when Alfred R. Frankel initially moved to Hollywood, Florida, from Brooklyn, New York, in 1949, he found a tropical express that was still generally unseen and immaculate.

Nurturing an enthusiasm for workmanship, Frankel would ultimately turn into a main authority of Floridian craftsmanship and stylistic theme.Headed to help the craftsmen and makers of Blackwell auctions Florida, Frankel would proceed to report their accounts in a few history books.

A main parcel of this bartering, a salt-coated pitcher from the 1850s, is one of just two known enduring models; the other, claimed by the territory of Florida, is examined in one of Frankel's books.

The pitcher was made by Turnley and Odom Pottery, a firm that was distinctly in activity for a year prior to shutting during the Civil War.

It was just later that Franz Gobel, a porcelain producer, transformed these drawings into porcelain dolls.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-12
img

He was known for his innovative ideas in the woodwork industry.

In 1940, Nakashima got back to the United States with his American-conceived spouse, Marion Okajima.

In 1943, Raymond supported Nakashima's delivery from the movement camp.

Marked to the underside with the original owner’s name.

He needed to support customary ways of thinking and craftsmanship, not industrialization and innovation.

'In 1942 Nakashima and his young family were moved to an internment camp in Idaho, close by 120,000 other Japanese-Americans.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-10
img

For Latvian-American artist Vija Celmins, the objective of workmanship was never self-articulation yet rather the surfaces and actual characteristics that can draw the watcher's eye.

"At times… the lone part that I think is about any worth is simply the making.

Her style started creating during the 1960s, and Celmins has since delighted in more than 40 independent shows.

Celmins showed herself English from comic books and picture playing a card game, consolidating her advantage in pictures with her received culture.

She would proceed to go to craftsmanship school and procure her MFA from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1965.

Despite the fact that Celmins was dynamic when the Pop Art development was quickening, her work took a sharp abandon the consumerist and ad mixed pictures of the time.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-04
img

Brought into the world in Aligarh, India, Zarina regularly went all throughout the planet, settling and resettling in Bangkok, Tokyo, Delhi, Paris, Los Angeles, and New York.

At ten years of age, Zarina encountered the Partition of India that split the previous British settlement into present-day India and Pakistan.

Zarina took in printmaking methods from Stanley William Hayter in Paris and Toshi Yoshida in Tokyo while going with her ambassador spouse.

Zarina started investigating the limit of printmaking, fostering her particular style in the wake of getting comfortable New York in the last part of the 1970s.

Named House with Four Walls, each print was pushed on carefully assembled Nepalese paper and matched with lines of text.

They recount a story that runs corresponding to Zarina's life: "Far away was a house with four dividers… On long Summer evenings, everybody dozed/One night we heard the owl in the trees/The one-looked at servant said/We would need to move far away."

Jenna Miller 2021-08-29
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Joshua KodnerAuctioneers Gemologists AppraisersJoshua Kodner is an examination and closeout shop situated in Dania Beach, Florida.

Presently in fourth era, Joshua Kodner is advancing his family's inheritance with his brilliant accreditations, master information, and scrupulousness.

With information and aptitude in various forte regions, Joshua is a fourth-age gemologist, affirmed appraiser, and authorized barker.

Neon Paraiba TourmalineThe striking shade of Paraiba stones separates them.

The accessible neon blue paraiba tourmaline (guaranteed by AGL and Gubelin Lab) weighs 4.86 carats.

Albert Huie and Vangelis Renas likewise have craftsmanships addressed in the bartering list.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-23
img

Auction Calendar Before the auction calendar, let us first understand, what is an auction?A sale of goods (usually old, rare, and antique) or property, made by competitive bidding where the auctioned item is sold to the person who makes the highest bid.

It is carried out by an auctioneer, who considers himself the seller's agent until the hammer falls and announces the completion of the sale in favour of the highest bidder.

Nowadays many auctions take place online whereby the auctioneer provides the site on which the Products are advertised.

What is an auction house?To sell these goods, there are places where all these deals are carried out.

After making both ideas clear, let us discuss the auction calendar.Here we will discuss about the auctions of old, rare, antiques, vintage, modern, mid-century and lot more other items.

There is an arrangement made to view the lot, which is the items which are going to be auctioned.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-17
img

 Tamara de Lempicka, a prominent female artist of the Art Deco era, was famous for her expressive and sensual female paintings.

Her interwar artwork earned her the nickname "The Baroness with a Brush.

Lempicka's art portrayed influences from Neoclassicism and Cubism to Italian Mannerists such as Bronzino and Botticelli.

She laid the foundations for her artistic interests.

Fearing World War II, the artist moved to New York in 1939, where she developed her postwar Art Deco style.

Among the top ten works of art by Tamara de Lempicka, paintings of women have been sold at record prices.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-10
img

   Christie's offered a copy of Shakespeare's First Folio at closeout with a presale gauge of USD 4 million to $6 million.

Christie's International Head of Books and Manuscripts, Margaret Ford, marked the Shakespeare folio as a "once in an age" piece in presale showcasing.

It was the first run-through in right around 20 years that a total duplicate of the folio crossed the bartering block.

What are different compositions that once held this title?

A great many miles separated, an offering war ejected between London bookseller Thomas E. Schuster and a Japanese bookselling organization, Maruzen Co. Ltd.

In question was one of under 50 known duplicates of the Gutenberg Bible.

Jenna Miller 2021-08-05
img

Woody Auction Woody Auction is a family-owned auction house.

It has been selling Victorian Antiques for more than 75 years.

This auction house basically deals with American Brilliant Cut Glass, Art Glass, Firearms, Furniture, Primitives, Artwork, Oriental, Lamps, Carnival Glass, Porcelain, Pottery, Sterling Silver, Native American, and other quality antiques, especially pre-1900.The auction house has been recognized as one of the top auction houses using top-level bidding platforms.

Woody has conducted many auctions of cut glass, below discussed are a few amongst them, also see the Woody auction results Collection of American Brilliant Cut Glass:"The William Buschling assortment makes certain to grab the eye of American Brilliant Cut Glass authorities around the world," said Jason Woody of Woody Auction.

Furthermore, as consistently at Woody Auction, there are no purchaser's charges for those in participation, while paying with money or check.Sure to get paddles swaying is a Brilliant Period Cut Glass two-took care of, green slice to clear cherishing cup, 6 ¾ inches tall, with an engraved botanical and ornate plan credited to Stevens and Williams; and an ABCG platform ewer, with the reticulated authentic silver foot with embellished spout, handle and flip top by Theodore Starr Co., 14 inches tall, engraved with a greenery configuration, star precious stone, and fan features.Delightful ABCG containers will highlight a 22-inch-tall trumpet jar having three segments of hobstar, strawberry precious stone, vesica, zipper and fan theme, and an enormous winding cut handle stem, in addition to a gigantic 8 ½ inch breadth scalloped hobstar foot; and a 16 ½-inch-tall jar in the Othello design by Clark, flaunting a stage cut neck, design cut edge and a hobstar base.

Both are fine models that would show pleasantly.ABCG plate will incorporate a frozen yogurt plate with fishtail plan, 16 ½ creeps by 9 ½ inches, highlighting an awesome cutting of hobstar, vesica, nailhead precious stone, and star and fan theme, in addition to delightful clear, as imagined in ABCG for the Discriminating Collector (page 192); and an ABCG serving plate with an intricate authentic edge checked Gorham, with an all-around cut plan of vesica, hobstar, square and miter theme.