Fine Furniture, Decorations and Paintings from Prominent Estates and Collections
Including Prints, Porcelain, Silver and Rugs
Featuring Property of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The popular Doyle at Home auctions attract thousands of savvy, sophisticated buyers with an endless diversity of stylish furniture, elegant decorations, and attractive works of art from prominent estates and collections across the country. Designers, architects, magazine editors and other trend-setters look to the Doyle at Home auctions as a resource for exceptional objects that combine quality, value and style. These auctions have also become popular venues for the sale of property from designers’ own collections or for furnishings that they have incorporated into projects for their clients. Whether you are a seasoned collector decorating a penthouse on Park Avenue or a new bidder furnishing a loft in Tribeca, the Doyle at Home auctions provide exciting opportunities to recreate the stylish interiors showcased in today’s most influential shelter magazines. Discover one of New York’s most important design resources – Doyle at Home.
Featured in the fine art section of the June 24 sale is Property of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, comprising sculpture by Frederick Warren Allen, Marie Apel, Edward Avedisian, Cornelia van Auken Chapin, Eugenie Gershoy, Irene Hamar, Edwin Thurston Howell, Clement Meadmore, Emily Winthrop Miles, Antonio Salemme, Helene Sardeau, Frederick Charles Shrady, Jonathan Silver and Polygnotos Vagis.