- Auction: February 8 & 9, 2018: 10am
- Preview: February 7, 2018: 9am-5pm
- Preview: February 8 & 9, 2018: 8am-10am
- Session 1: Lots 1000-1646
- Session 2: Lots 2000-2612
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Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction: February 8-9, 2018
James D. Julia, Inc.’s Fine Art, Asian, & Antiques division is looking forward to starting off the 2018 auction season with a bang at our next auction on February 8 & 9, 2018. The highly anticipated auction will be highlighted by an important and newly discovered Paul Manship Sagittarius bronze from a model for his monumental “Celestial Sphere” masterpiece. The Celestial Sphere is the centerpiece of the Woodrow Wilson Memorial in Geneva Switzerland and the Aero Memorial in Philadelphia, and is recognized universally as a symbol of hope and peace. It is among the finest works by Paul Manship, unquestionably one of the foremost, highly respected, and influential American artists of the “Art Deco” period. This Sagittarius bronze is consigned directly from the artist’s family, and the significance of this new Manship discovery cannot be underestimated. Click here to learn more about the history of this very special piece.
1,200+ LOTS OVER 2 DAYS
Day 1: Thursday, February 8 at 10am
Note: This day will consist of 3 sections
Section 1: 350+ Lots of American & European Paintings, Bronzes & Prints including an extremely rare & important Paul Manship bronze “Sagittarius”, Circa 1934; Good selection of sporting art including 4 Ogden Pleissners; A fine selection of Gloucester/Rockport paintings including Hibbard, Gruppe, Thieme, Strisik, Stevens, & more. Selection of English & European paintings & bronzes.
Section 2: 75+ Lots of Asian Antiques & Art including Paintings, Scrolls, Furniture, Jade, Bronzes, Porcelain, Thangkas & Textiles.
Section 3: 200+ Lots of Estate Antiques and Accessories including Victorian Furniture, Black Forest items, Early American Furniture and Accessories, Silver, Advertising, some Modern Furniture including Thos. Moser, & more.
Day 2: Friday, February 9 at 10:00 a.m.
600+ Lots of American & European Furniture & Accessories, Nautical Art; Folk Art including Portraits, Weathervanes, Carvings; Textiles; Historical & Political; Tall & Banjo Clocks; Nautical Art; Collection of Historic Flags; early Photography; Civil War gold presentation box and a Russian collection of gold & silver; Swords. A most historical and important collection from the estate of Maria Decatur Mayo Deyo (Lila) Garnett of Kittery Point, Maine including Stephen Decatur gold freedom box; Important 19th C ship logs; Contents of a Lifetime Collection “Brook Crossing”, South Pomfret, VT; An important collection of 35+ decorated powder horns & a collection of trade axes; 30 Carved fish including 25 examples by Lawrence Irvine; Collection of American furniture including Highboys, Desks, Tables, Stands, Chairs & Chests. Selection of Oriental rugs & much, much more.
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