Popular Doyle at Home Auction on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 10am
Fine Furniture, Decorations & Paintings from Prominent Estates & Collections
Including a Section Devoted to Russian Works of Art Comprising Lots 119 - 181
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Featured in the April 10 auction are a Regency style Japanned and parcel-gilt bookcase from the Estate of Linda Lee Johnson, Louis Vuitton trunks from the Estate of Barbara Wainscott, and ceramic figures of leopards that decorated New York’s famed Jim McMullen’s from the Estate of a Gentleman.
Established 250 years ago by Frederick the Great of Prussia, the Royal Porcelain Factory (K.P.M.) in Berlin continues to produce painted porcelain wares of exceptional quality and beauty. A late 19th century plaque in the sale depicts the biblical subject of Ruth harvesting grain (est. $3,000-5,000).
Pauline Caspers (act.1890-1912) is best known for her paintings of floral arrangements executed in Paris at the turn of the century. She was a member of the Société des Artistes Français, where she exhibited between 1890 and 1902. A lovely example of her work, Lilac and Peonies with Irises will be offered on April 10 (est. $1,000-1,500).
Russian Works of Art
Nikolai Lieberich (1828-1883) was an eminent Russian sculptor known mostly for his work as an animalier, ranging from small-scale sculptures of single animals, such as a bronze figure of a hunting dog (est. $2,000-3,000), to large and complex compositions.
A special section of the auction is devoted to Russian Works of Art, comprising lots 119 - 181. View Russian Works of Art