Join Clars for our major March 25th Modern + Contemporary + Art + Design auction.
Highlights range from the turn of the 20th to the 21st century, and include Loie Hollowell (American, b. 1983),
Point of Entry (Blood-Orange Moon Over Orange Sac), Francisco Zuniga (Mexican, 1912–1998), Young Woman at the Threshold, a Louis Sullivan elevator grille from the Chicago Stock Exchange, a Finn Juhl Japan sofa, Dale Chihuly glass sculptures, Italian glass such as Fontana Arte and Afro Celotto, among others.
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Loie Hollowell (American, b. 1983), Point of Entry (Blood-Orange Moon Over Orange Sac), 2017, oil paint, acrylic medium, sawdust on high density foam on linen mounted on panel, signed, titled and dated verso, dimensions: 48″h x 36″w x 5″d (121.9 cm x 91.4 cm x 12.7 cm). Provenance: Purchased Pace Gallery (New York, NY) in 2017. Estimate: $400,000–$600,000.
Francisco Zuniga (Mexican, 1912–1998), Young Woman at the Threshold, 1940, oil on canvas, 41″h x 25.25″w (128 cm x 79 cm) . Ref: Zuniga, Ariel, Francisco Zuniga, Catalogue Raisonne, Volume II, Oil Paintings, Prints & Reproductions 1927–1986 (2003), #144 (Reproduced in B&W). Provenance: Estate of Ray and Barbara Wolfinger (Berkeley, California). Estimate: $50,000–$70,000.
Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941) Persian glass group, in amethyst with yellow lip wrap, 10.5″h.
Dale Chihuly (American, b. 1941), Radiant Yellow Persian Pair with Black Lip Wraps.
Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923–1997), Shipboard Girl, 1965, offset lithograph, 27.25″ x 20.25″. Estimate: $40,000–$60,000.
Philip Moulthrop (American, b. 1947) turned White Pine Node bowl, 10″h x 13″w.
Louis Sullivan Elevator Grille from the Chicago Stock Exchange.
Louis Sullivan Iron Baluster from the Chicago Stock Exchange.
Finn Juhl Japan sofa.
Arthur Court antler chairs.
Milo Baughman occasional tables, set of four.
Charles and Ray Eames CTM coffee table.
Florence Knoll for Knoll Associates early rosewood credenza, with Carrera Bella marble top, circa 1960.
Paul Wonner (American, 1920–2008), Untitled (Bouquet of Flowers), acrylic on paper, 38.5″ x 27″. Estimate: $15,000–$20,000.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973), Le Déjeuner Sur l’Herbe, , 1962, linocut in black and white, 20.75″ x 25″. d’après Manet II Estimate: $15,000–$20,000.
George Nakashima, 7′ overhanging walnut wall case, executed in 1971.
Handel table lamp with chipped ice shade.
Vladmir Kagan side chairs.
Miles Karpilow sideboard, 63″h x 60″w x 17.5″d.
Afro Celotto vase.
Fontana Arte bowl.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973), Études VII (, 1961, graphite on les Annonay (watermarked) paper, 17.75″ x 23.5″. Provenance: Alex Maguy, Paris; Estate of Liselotte Weber (Burlingame, CA). Exhibited: Alex Maguy Galerie de L’Élysée, d’après Manet) Hommage à Picasso, November 19–December 25, 1966. Reference: Zervos XX:50. Estimate: $100,000–$150,000.
Jacques Moniquet, Boxes.
Venini-Ludovico Piaz De Santillana.
Robert Longo (American b. 1953), Gretchen, 1984, lithograph, 67.5″ x 39″. Estimate: $60,000–$90,000.
Fontana Arte mirror.
Hans Wagner for Carl Hansen CH34 armchair.
Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen JH 504 chairs, set of six.
Borge Mogensen cabinet.
Mela Muter (Polish/French, 1876–1967), Fishing Town with Women on Beach/Seascape with Trees (verso), oil on canvas (double-sided), 19.5″ x 25.5″. Estimate: $50,000–$70,000.
Peter Hvidt teak credenza.
Arne Vodder teak desk.
Poul Kjaerholm PK 20 Lounge Chair.
Hans Wegner for Ry Mobler cabinet.
Clars is excited to partner with MoPAr on an NFT workshop May 25th at 11AM PST.
What is an NFT and How Do NFTs work?
The May sale will feature a Spring Fine Jewelry and Timepiece Sale on May 19th, with general auctions to follow on the 21st and 22nd.
Rolex: A Brief History
Clars will be offering two extraordinary Rolex wristwatches at the Spring Fine Jewelry & Timepiece Sale on May 19th.
Featured May Highlights
Browse some exciting Fine Jewelry, Timepiece and Asian Art lots that will be available for bidding this month!
Girl with Candy on NBC
NBC media interview with Senior Fine Art Specialist Alexa Malvino, on the incredible results of the photograph
Girl with Candy.