Freeman’s August 23 Artwork and Design public sale

 Freeman’s August 23 Artwork and Design public sale affords collectors a dynamic number of fashionable and modern furnishings, portray, prints, sculpture, and design objects.

“We’re delighted to carry such a distinguished number of work to market,” says Lauren Colavita, Head of Sale for Artwork choices. “With sculpture and ceramics by Betty Woodman and Dale Chihuly to work and prints 

by Diane Burko 

and Alexander Calder, there’s one thing for everybody throughout many accumulating classes.”

The sale’s main tons embody an early and necessary sculptural bull by Peter Voulkos; 

a big Persian basket rendered in hand-blown class by Dale Chihuly; 

and Day Barrette, an summary canvas by the multidisciplinary artist and musician Don Van Vliet.


Artwork and Design continues its monitor file of bringing distinguished prints and multiples to market in Freeman’s upcoming sale. The public sale presents a number of greater than a dozen prints and multiples from such 20th-century greats as Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Nan Goldin, and Henri Matisse.

Among the many sale’s print choice is 

Frank Stella’s Steller’s Albatross from the artist’s Nineteen Seventies Unique Chicken collection. Made concurrently with sculptures that explored the identical subject material, the works mark a important turning ​​​​​​​within the celebrated artist’s profession.