Vi använder cookies för statistik, anpassat innehåll och annonser. Läs mer om cookies här eller stäng fliken nu.
Se alla auktioner i kategorin Skulpturer
Se alla auktioner från Sotheby's
* Observera att priset inte är omräknat till dagens värde, utan avser det faktiska slutpriset vid tidpunkten då varan såldes.
N° 54 - GEN PAUL. (1895-1975). « Cavalier ». Pastel aux crayons gras.
GEN PAUL. (1895-1975). « Cavalier ». Pastel aux crayons gras. H.38 L.26.
Utrop: 7 600 SEK Visa bud
Charles Marion Russell, Limited Edition Bronze Buffalo Sculpture, Number 12 of 24 1960, #822
Charles Marion RussellLimited Edition Bronze Buffalo Sculpture822. Description: Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). Buffalo. Bronze. Signed in bronze: CMR © [skull]. Marked inside: No 12 FINDLAY GALLERIES, INC. This bronze was cast in 1960 for W. C. Findlay by Spampinato Art Foundry, Chicago, IL, in an edition of 24, of which this is 12.Dimensions: 5” x 5 ½” x 3 ½”Condition: Very good for its age, has a nice patina on the entire surface. --------Charles Marion Russell (March 19, 1864 – October 24, 1926), also known as C. M. Russell, Charlie Russell, and "Kid" Russell, was an artist of the Old American West. Russell created more than 2,000 paintings of cowboys, Indians, and landscapes set in the Western United States and in Alberta, Canada, in addition to bronze sculptures. Known as 'the cowboy artist', Russell was also a storyteller and author. The C. M. Russell Museum Complex located in Great Falls, Montana houses more than 2,000 Russell artworks, personal objects, and artifacts.Russell's mural titled Lewis and Clark Meeting the Flathead Indians hangs in the state capitol building in Helena, Montana. Russell's 1918 painting Piegans sold for $5.6 million at a 2005 auction.Art was always a part of Russell's life. Growing up in Missouri, he drew sketches and made clay figures of animals. Russell had an intense interest in the wild west and would spend hours reading about it. Russell would watch explorers and fur traders who frequently came through Missouri. Russell learned to ride horses at Hazel Dell Farm near Jerseyville, Illinois on a famous Civil War horse called "Great Britain". Russell's instructor was Col. William H. Fulkerson who had married into the Russell family. At the age of sixteen, Russell left school and went to Montana to work on a sheep ranch.AdulthoodRussell came to Montana in 1880 at the age of 16. After an unsuccessful stint working on a sheep ranch, he found work with a hunter and trapper turned rancher named Jake Hoover, who owned a ranch in the Judith Basin, and from whom Russell learned much about the ways of the west. The two men remained lifelong friends. After a brief visit to his family in 1882, he returned to Montana, where he remained for the rest of his life. He worked as a cowboy for a number of outfits, and documented the harsh winter of 1886-1887 in a number of watercolors. Russell was working on the O-H Ranch in the Judith Basin of Central Montana at the time, when the ranch foreman received a letter from the owner, asking how the cattle herd had weathered the winter. Instead of a letter, the ranch foreman sent a postcard-sized watercolor Russell had painted of gaunt steer being watched by wolves under a gray winter sky. The ranch owner showed the postcard to friends and business acquaintances and eventually displayed it in a shop window in Helena, Montana. After this, work began to come steadily to the artist. Russell's caption on the sketch, "Waiting for a Chinook", became the title of the drawing, and Russell later created a more detailed version which is one of his best-known works.Beginning in 1888, Russell spent a period living with the Blood Indians, a branch of the Blackfeet nation. It is believed that much of his intimate knowledge of Native American culture came from this period. Upon returning to white culture in 1889, he found the Judith Basin filling up with settlers, so he worked in more open places for a couple of years before settling in the area of Great Falls, Montana, in 1892, in an attempt to make a living as a full-time artist.In 1896, Russell married his wife Nancy. He was 32 and she was 18. In 1897, they moved from the small community of Cascade, Montana to the bustling county seat of Great Falls, where Russell spent the majority of his life from that point on. There, Russell continued with his art, becoming a local celebrity and gaining the acclaim of critics worldwide. As Russell was not skilled in marketing his work, Nancy is generally given credit in making Russell an internationally known artist. She set up many shows for Russell throughout the United States and in London, creating many followers of Russell.In 1913, Russell painted Wild Horse Hunters which depicts riders capturing wild horses, each band of which is dominated by a stallion. He used as much color as an artist could on his mountain landscapes. Russell the artist arrived on the cultural scene at a time when the "wild west" was being chronicled and sold back to the public in many forms, ranging from the dime novel to the wild west show and soon evolved into motion picture shorts and features of the silent era, the westerns that have become a movie staple. Russell was fond of these popular art forms and made many friends among the well-off collectors of his works, including actors and film makers such as William S. Hart, Harry Carey, Will Rogers and Douglas Fairbanks. Russell also kept up with other artists of his ilk, including fellow Old West painter Edgar Samuel Paxson, painter Edward "Ed" Borein and Will Crawford the illustrator.On the day of Russell's funeral in 1926, all the children in Great Falls were released from school to watch the funeral procession. Russell's coffin was displayed in a glass sided coach, pulled by four black horses.A collection of short stories called Trails Plowed Under was published a year after his death. In 1929 Nancy Russell published a collection of Charlie's letters titled Good Medicine.Many Russell paintings and bronze works are displayed in the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, as well as the R.W. Norton Art Gallery in Shreveport, Louisiana along with the other most prominent western artist Frederic Remington. Additional major collections of Russell art can be found at the Montana Historical Society museum in Helena, Montana, the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana and the Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York.Along with Jeannette Rankin, the first female member of the United States Congress, Russell represents Montana in the National Statuary Hall Collection in the United States Capitol.In 1960, Charles M. Russell Elementary School was built in Missoula, Montana. In 1965, a high school was built on the north side of the Missouri River in Great Falls, Montana and named Charles M. Russell High School, in honor of Russell. Ian Tyson's 1987 album, Cowboyography, includes a song titled "The Gift" telling the story of Russell. Michael Nesmith, of Monkees fame, recorded a song titled "Laugh Kills Lonesome" which was inspired by, and describes the contents of, a well-known Russell painting of the same name. Native Blackfeet folk singer Jack Gladstone wrote a song dedicated to Russell titled "When the Land Belonged to God." The song describes Russell's painting of the same name.In 1991, Russell was inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame. Some of Russell's paintings were shown during the credits of the ABC television series How the West Was Won, starring James Arness.The Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge is named for Russell, a World War II Liberty Ship, SS Charles M. Russell, was named in his honor and launched in 1943 in Portland, Oregon.Auction successRussell's Piegans sold in 2005 for $5.6 million, more than double the highest price his work had sold for a few years earlier. At auction in 2008, Russell's oil painting The Hold Up (20 Miles to Deadwood) sold for $5.2 million, and his bronze sculpture Buffalo Hunt (which depicted two Native Americans attacking a running bison) sold for $4.1 million. In July 2009, Russell's 1907 watercolor and gouache The Truce went for $2.03 million to an anonymous phone bidder. Russell's 1911 18 inches (460 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm) bronze sculpture, Bronc Twister, auctioned in 2008 for $805,000—far above the $300,000 pre-auction estimate.In July 2011, the price of Russell's work soared again. His 1892 oil painting Water for Camp (depicting Native American women dipping pots into a stream) and his 1924 watercolor A Dangerous Sport (in which two cowboys lasso a mountain lion) sold for nearly $1.5 million each.A collection of 30 pieces of Russell's art were sold for several million dollars at the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction (held in Reno, Nevada) in July 2014, setting new records for many pieces. Russell's Trail of the Iron Horse watercolor (depicting a group of horseback Native Americans contemplating railroad track) sold for $1.9 million, while Dakota Chief (which depicts a young Lakota chieftain on horseback) was auctioned for $1.1 million (almost double the last price it commanded). Even small pencil sketches sold for $25,000.Notable worksRussell's works comprised a wide variety of topics, including major historical events and everyday life in the west. His work was noted for the frequency with which he portrayed well-known events from the point of view of Native American people instead of the non-Native viewpoint. He was noted for a keen eye on the social undercurrents of society and the meticulous authenticity with which he portrayed the clothing and equipment of both cowboys and Native people.His portrayal of women has drawn critiques and assessment from historians studying women in the west. The contrasting levels of sensuality in his depictions of white and native women is noted in his artistic transference of sexuality from white to Native women, so as to conform to the moral standards and perceptions of women in his time. Most of Russell's portrayals of white women are shown as "pure" and non-sexual, other than those paintings specifically depicting prostitutes. In contrast, his series of five "Keeoma" paintings and related images show a sensual native woman, with accompanying legends that Keeoma was a real person that Russell had loved. However, photographs show that the body model for these images was actually Russell's wife, Nancy, who in doing so, critics note, was able to express her sexuality in a way generally not allowed "decent" white women of the time.Notes1. Dates and locations taken from Charles M. Russell, pg.1 & 3182. Opitz, Editor, Glenn B. (1987). Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of american Painters, Sculptors & Engravers. Poughkeepsie, NY: Apollo Book. p. 1047. ISBN 0-938290-04-5.3. "Retrieved 22-07-2009". Biographi.ca. Retrieved 2012-03-06.4. "2005 auction results". Coeur d'Alene Art Auction. Retrieved July 26, 2008.5. Jump up ^ Tribune Staff. "125 Montana Newsmakers: Charles Marion Russell". Great Falls Tribune. Retrieved August 28, 2011.6. a b c d e Paladin, Vivian A. "Facts and Reflections About Charles M. Russell". Art Montana. Retrieved November 6, 2011.7. Osmundson, Linda L. How the West Was Drawn: Cowboy Charlie's Art. Books.google.com. 2011-02-15. Retrieved 2012-05-05.8. Russell exhibit, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas9. Taliaferro, John Charles M. Russell: The Life and Legend of America's Cowboy Artist University of Oklahoma Press, 2003 p. 264 ISBN 978-0-8061-3495-610. "Trails Plowed Under". Gutenberg.net.au. Retrieved 2012-03-06.11. St. Louis Walk of Fame. "St. Louis Walk of Fame Inductees". stlouiswalkoffame.org. Retrieved 25 April 2013.12. a b c Griffith, Martin. "Bierstadt, Russell Paintings Fetch Millions at Reno Auction." Great Falls Tribune. July 26, 2011.13."In Brief: Couer D'Alene."Art+Auction, October 2009.14."Russell Bronze 'Bronc Twister' Top Hand At Richard Opfer's." Antiques and Arts Online. September 23, 2008. Accessed 2010-05-19.15. Griffith, Martin (August 2, 2014). "Charles M. Russell's Artwork Sells for Millions at Reno Auction". The Washington Post. Retrieved August 3, 2014.16. Armitage, Susan Hodge. "The Women's West". Books.google.com. Retrieved 2012-05-05.Further reading• Adams, Ramon F. and Home E. Britzman, Charles M. Russell: The Cowboy Artist – A Biography, Trail's End Publishing, Pasadena, California. 1948.• Gale, Robert L., "Charles Marion Russell" Western Writers Series, Boise State University. Boise, Idaho. 1979. – available via the Western Writers Series Digital Editions• Hoeber, Arthur (July 1911). "The Painter Of The West That Has Passed: The Work Of Charles M. Russell". The World's Work: A History of Our Time XXII: 14625–14635. Retrieved 2009-07-10.• Russell, Charles M. Good Medicine: Memories of the Real West Garden City Publishing Company, Garden City, NY, 1930. Includes introduction by Will Rogers and biographical note and dedication by Nancy C. Russell.• Stauffer, Joan, Behind Every Man: The Story of Nancy Cooper Russell, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma. 2008. (Source: Wikipedia)
Fast pris: 18 900 SEK
Ludwig de Male 1346-1384
Ludwig de Male 1346-1384. Einseitiges Münzengewicht für einen Cavalier d or o.J. Messing 3.62 g. sehr schön
Utrop: 1 200 SEK Visa bud
JEAN-BAPTISTE COROT - Le fermier de Pithiviers
vers 1840 Huile sur toile signée en bas à droite. 35 x 46 cm. Certificat de la galerie Brame & Lorenceau. Cette œuvre est reproduite dans le catalogue raisonné et illustré d’Alfred Robaut. Huile sur toile signée en bas à droite. 35 x 46 cm. Certificat de la galerie Brame & Lorenceau. Cette œuvre est reproduite dans le catalogue raisonné et illustré d’Alfred Robaut. Huile sur toile signée en bas à droite. 35 x 46 cm. Certificat de la galerie Brame & Lorenceau. Cette œuvre est reproduite dans le catalogue raisonné et illustré d’Alfred Robaut. Huile sur toile signée en bas à droite. 35 x 46 cm. Certificat de la galerie Brame & Lorenceau. Cette œuvre est reproduite dans le catalogue raisonné et illustré d’Alfred Robaut. Au centre d’une plaine plutôt aride, un cavalier à l’arrêt, nous tourne le dos. Devant lui, s’éloigne une charrette de foin précédée de deux autres cavaliers. Au loin, la ligne d’horizon dessine une frontière bleutée entre la terre et le ciel auquel elle cède les deux tiers de la composition. Un ciel blanc, dont les nuages gris s’épaississent en gagnant de la hauteur. Enfin, plus haut à droite, deux moulins surplombent une masse rocheuse d’un blanc crayeux. C’est donc ce fermier à cheval, campé au premier plan, ancré au sol par la seule ombre du tableau et paré des seules couleurs vives, qui nous fait rentrer dans l’œuvre. Son orientation de biais, soulignée par le sillon du chemin, indique à notre regard la voie à suivre, d’abord vers la charrette où deux autres cavaliers nous ramènent vers la droite, puis jusqu’au fond, là où la ligne d’horizon se fait plus sombre et où l’on distingue un clocher, Pithiviers ? A droite, les moulins se font discrets presque ensevelis dans les cieux. Ce paysage aux accents désertiques, n’est pas sans nous faire penser à certains paysages orientalistes, comme ceux de Fromentin, que Corot aurait pu admirer au Salon. Jean-Baptiste Corot est (1796-1875) est un peintre paysagiste majeur du XIXe s. dont la longévité nous a laissé de nombreuses œuvres. Initialement destiné au commerce, il intègre à 26 ans l’atelier du peintre Michallon qui lui apprend les principes du paysage néoclassique et l’encourage à s’installer en plein air. De ses nombreux voyages en Italie, il rapporte des vues de Florence, Rome ou Tivoli, puis il parcourt la France à la recherche de paysages variés, s’intéressant aussi à l’architecture comme dans sa célèbre Cathédrale de Chartres, aujourd’hui au Louvre. Dilettante, il ne songe pas à exposer avant le Salon de 1835 où il rencontre un accueil favorable. Il séduit et déroute tout à la fois ses contemporains par ses thèmes classiques au traitement réaliste. Le Fermier de Pithiviers appartient à cette première époque à la palette claire et aux touches franches. A partir de 1850, il délaisse l’exactitude du « motif » pour remodeler ses paysages d’après son imagination s’orientant vers une peinture du « souvenir » des nombreux lieux parcourus. Gouvieux, près de Chantilly est caractéristique de cette période où sa touche devient plus légère, moins scrupuleuse à rendre la réalité. Riche et comblé d’honneurs, il se retire en 1874 à Coubron où il peint encore de nombreuses vues des forêts alentour comme ici, témoignage émouvant de sa créativité toujours vive.
Fast pris: —
Pichet Cavalier et cheval - PICASSO MADOURA
Modèle créé en 1952.
Cavalier Diesel Fuel 13-1/2" Globe Lenses.
On a wide glass globe body. All in excellent condition. Condition: (9+). Item Dimensions: 13-1/2" Dia. Condition:, Item Dimensions:
Utrop: 3 600 SEK Visa bud
Matchbox Die-Cast Berkeley Caravan
A Matchbox Die-Cast Berkeley Caravan. This car depicts a Berkeley Cavalier Caravan, Series No. 23, which is a light blue trailer featuring a rear tow and metal wheels. It is housed in a navy blue a...
Utrop: 60 SEK Visa bud
Pendentif en argent et émeraudes + large bracelet en argent mexicain
Utrop: 760 SEK Visa bud
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Ceramic Box
White ceramic candy box with hand painted polychrome decoration ,depicting a female dog Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The lid of the boxcorresponds to the head of the dog, from her mouth hangs a rose and twocherries. Marked on the bottom with the number 6003, it is in overall excellent condition except for a minor chip on the edge of a rose bud. Period: 1900 Article size: height: cm 21 h. x 15 x 12 cm
Fast pris: 2 400 SEK
Ag Silver Medallion with Italian text “Scuole Elementari” obverse and engraving in wreath “1st
Ag Silver Medallion with Italian text “Scuole Elementari” obverse and engraving in wreath “1st Classe MARIO CAVALI” 1886-87, fitted with loop top to take ribbon (Ribbon missing) Vittorio Emanuele III (House of Savoy) 25mm diameter, extremely fine or better and nice patina. By Gori Inc. (11.78gr)
Utrop: 290 SEK Visa bud
San Laureano, obispo de Sevilla
[TELLO LASSO DE LA VEGA, Diego.- "SAN LAUREANO, obispo metropolitano de Sevilla, y M�rtyr. Danse sus actas purgadas y sostenidas contra las modernas impugnaciones" Sevilla: Genonymo de Castilla, 1760.] Folio, hol. post., nervios y doble tejuelo. Tomo II (de II para ser completo) 17 h. + 371 pgs. Falta port. Papel de hilo, limpio.
Utrop: 670 SEK Visa bud
Unknown. (19th century) - A Cavalier enjoying a drink.
I am offering for auction a charming 19th century oil on panel Of a cavalier enjoying a drink. Signed bottom right S Pers or similar and dated 1893. In a later frame. A beautiful painting to grace any wall.Measurements. The painting measures 44 x 34 cm. The later frame measures 68 x 58 cm. Condition. The oil painting is in good order. Please view all pictures for an accurate idea of condition. Postage via Parcelforce Euro Priority.
Utrop: 950 SEK Visa bud
CHOCOLAT MASSON / CHOCOLAT MEXICAIN / [FOUR SEASONS.] 1896.
ALPHONSE MUCHA (1860-1939) CHOCOLAT MASSON / CHOCOLAT MEXICAIN / [FOUR SEASONS.] 1896. Sizes vary, each panel approximately 16 3/4x5 3/4 inches, 42 1/2x14 1/2 cm. F. Champenois, Paris. Condition varies, generally B+ / B: losses to calendarium on Spring panel. Paper. After the success of his first set of decorative panels glorifying the seasons in 1896, Mucha's printer, F. Champenois, immediately commissioned a second series. While in many ways this second group of allegorical beauties is much like the first (Mucha's two visions of Winter are quite similar), there are evolved differences between the two. In this later set, the colors are sharper in contrast to the pastel palette of the first series; more importantly, this series was originally designed within a graphic frame featuring a floral design at top and a structured bottom section, which bore either the name of each season, a calendar, or was left intentionally empty. This third option was a critical commercial decision to make the panels attractive to advertisers, who would use the blank spaces to fill in their particulars. Chocolat Masson did just that, and was clearly so happy with the results that they came back to Champenois the following year and used Mucha's Ages of Man for their next advertising promotion. As these images were used for Chocolat Masson's 1897 calendar, it makes sense that the images were designed in 1896, thus refuting the up-until-now universally considered date of design of 1897. Rennert / Weill 37 (var 1), Mucha / Henderson 125, Mucha / Bridges C3, Lendl p. 188 & 189 (var). Estimate $4,000 - 6,000
Utrop: 35 800 SEK Visa bud
Cavalier sur son cheval au galop. Afrique du Nord. Tirage albuminé circa
Cavalier sur son cheval au galop. Afrique du Nord. Tirage albuminé circa 1880. 19x26,5cm - Origine Auction - 28/01/2017
Utrop: 1 300 SEK Visa bud
Victorian Walnut Pole Screen
Victorian Walnut Pole Screen, third quarter 19th century, in the Rococo Revival taste, the shield-form screen set with a needlepoint panel depicting a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, h. 59-1/2", w. 17".
Med ett konto kan du bland annat bevaka intressanta sökningar och auktioner.
Barnebys HQKaptensgatan 6114 57 Stockholm