Original Fine Art Paintings Rare Prints and Fine Porcelain #430M Broadview Hts.
"The Langsam Collection" - Full artist biography can be found in the description section of Lot 1, 2, 3, and 4....
Featuring House of Erte' "Beauties of Art Deco Porcelain Collection" Franklin Mint House Figurines, 8 Total Pieces
Featuring "Work by Shlomo Katz"
Featuring Frederick Phillips
Featuring Jean-Claude Gaugy
- House of Erte's "Beauties of Art Deco Porcelain Collection" Franklin Mint House Figurines, Style is Art Deco, and Created by Sevenarts Ltd who specialized in hand painted porcelain figurines. The collection started in the 1980's and finished 1991.
-Featuring Frederick Phillips, Born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1953, Frederick Phillips studied Fine Art at Burslem College of Art when Arthur Berry was head of the Fine Art (painting) Department. In 1974 Frederick graduated with a BA Degree in Fine Art and, following successful exhibitions in the Midlands, in 1981 he moved to London and began exhibiting his work in galleries there. He moved to Chicago where he lived and worked for almost 20 years. In 1996 he was invited to lecture on 'Dream and Reality in Art' at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and in 2000 a book on his life and his art was published in America. Exhibitions of the artist's work have been held in London, Chicago, Boston, New York, Puerto Rico and Hong Kong.
- Featuring "Work by Shlomo Katz", Shlomo Katz was born into a Jewish family in Łódź, Poland in 1937 and immigrated to Palestine in 1945 at the age of eight. He was educated in Kibbutz Mishmar Ha`emek and displayed an early talent for drawing, later training at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. During the 1970s he exhibited widely in the USA and Canada and, inspired by both medieval icons and oriental miniatures, developed an original technique in which he applied oil paint onto a gilded metal surface. He also translated this technique into producing several limited-edition portfolios on religious subjects including the Passover Portfolio (1982-83). Shlomo Katz died in March 1992 in Tel Aviv, Israel. His work is in numerous public collections all around the world including
- Featuring Jean-Claude Gaugy born on July 7th, 1944 in the midst of the German retreat from Lons-le Saunier. He is the youngest son of a family with a centuries-old tradition as artists and artisans. . He survived by sketching portraits in a supper club. He met Salvador Dali, the famous surrealist painter. Dali, impressed by the work he saw, asked to see more and gave Gaugy his first gallery show at the age of 15. The Soviet government purchased three of his large paintings at a group show at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris. Jean-Claude Gaugy lived and worked in Boca Raton from 1986-1998. He moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1998. Semi-retired, he lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife, Mona Martin. He does only one show per year,
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Bidding Begins To End: Tuesday, April 5th.2022 starting at 7:30 PM
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