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AU CT I O N PREVIEW WINTER 2019


Welcome to Doyle Happy New Year! As we celebrate DOYLE’s 57th year in business, it gives me enormous pleasure to announce two exciting changes in our Executive Management Team. Laura K. Doyle has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and Joanne Porrino Mournet has been appointed President. Laura and Joanne are experienced, accomplished and dynamic business professionals who will continue to advance the expansion of Doyle while adhering to our core values of Integrity-Expertise-Service. The entrepreneurial founder of Hayloft Auctions and director of Doyle’s regional network of highly qualified business representatives, Laura spearheaded technological advances in online auctions at Doyle. She will focus on strategies for global growth and direct Doyle’s business relationships with the world’s leading private collectors, advisors, dealers and curators. She will continue to lead Doyle’s marketing relationships with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and with wine auctioneers, Zachy’s. Throughout her career at Doyle, Joanne has specialized in Estate & Appraisal Services and is a first class auctioneer, selling over a billion dollars of private, estate, corporate and celebrity collections. Joanne is highly regarded in the Trusts & Estates community. She will continue to expand Doyle’s national outreach to bankers, lawyers, executors and collectors and to oversee the responsibilities and client relationships of Doyle’s team of appraisers to maintain the level of excellence that our clients value. I congratulate Laura Doyle and Joanne Mournet as they assume their new responsibilities in leading Doyle’s extraordinary team of auction professionals. I am delighted to be working alongside this dynamic team leading us into the future! We look forward to celebrating the new 2019 season of auctions and events with you. Happy New Year!

Kathleen M. Doyle Chairman Chinese Porcelain Fish Jar / March 18 (see page 5)

FALL HIGHLIGHTS EARLY PORTRAIT BY

EUGÈNE DELACROIX SOLD FOR $495,000 Highlighting the October 31 Old Master Paintings auction was an early portrait by the great Romantic master Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) whose work was the subject of a recent exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Depicting the artist’s nephew, Charles de Verninac, the portrait attracted international attention that resulted in the strong price of $495,000, surpassing its estimate of $300,000-400,000. Painted in 1825-1826, when Delacroix was still a young man, the portrait already exhibits the virtuosity of brushwork that was a hallmark of his mature style. Somewhat restrained by the conventions of formal portraiture, it nevertheless shimmers with movement and subtle highlights.

MAP OF NEW ENGLAND CIRCA 1676

SOLD FOR $343,750 An exceedingly rare and early English map of New England dating to circa 1676 realized a stunning $343,750 at the November 13 auction of Rare Books, Autographs & Maps. Made by John Seller (1632-1697), Hydrographer to King Charles II, the map was the first depiction of New England not derived from Dutch prototypes. This facinating map combines several early English surveys and features an elaborate vignette with Indian dwellings from engraver Theodor de Bry and depictions of animals throughout reminiscent of those on American maps by Dutch cartographers Willem Blaeu and Nicolaes Visscher.

FABERGÉ KOVSH SOLD FOR $237,500 A Fabergé silver-gilt, cloisonné and enamel kovsh achieved $237,500 at the October 31 Russian Works of Art auction, far surpassing its estimate of $50,000-80,000. Consigned by a Connecticut Private Collection, the exceptional kovsh was painted en plein by workmaster Feodor Rückert with a detail of The Boyar after Konstantin Makovsky. Measuring seven inches in height, it was marked with Rückert’s workmaster’s mark, Moscow, 1908-1917. The kovsh is closely related to a Fabergé cloisonné enamel box painted with the same subject in the collection of the Hillwood Museum in Washington, DC.


THE ESTATE OF A GENTLEMAN WINTER & SPRING 2019

A highlight of the Winter/Spring 2019 season is property from the Estate of a Gentleman. This extensive collection of paintings, furniture and decorative arts from his elegant apartment on Park Avenue and his home in Southampton will be offered in a series of select sales. His collection of Russian silver and enamel salt thrones to be offered on January 30 features examples by the eminent Russian silversmiths Khlebnikov and Ovchinnikov. Used in the traditional Russian welcome ceremony of bread and salt, these popular salt thrones are elaborately decorated with native ornament and folk sayings. Featured in the Fine Modern Art sale on March 6 is a watercolor by British artist Malcolm Morley (1931-2018), who moved to New York in the late 1950s. Two Leopards expresses the gestural Neo-Expressionist style of his work in the late 1970s into the 1980s (est. $3,000-5,000). Additional property from the Estate will be offered with Old Master Paintings (Jan 30), Fine Paintings (Mar 12), Asian Works of Art (Mar 18), Rare Books (Apr 17), Prints & Multiples (Apr 30), Post-War & Contemporary Art (May 14), Impressionist & Modern Art (May 14), and various other sales.

THE SPORTING ART COLLECTION OF JAMES W. SMITH FEB 13

DOYLE is honored to auction the Sporting Art Collection of James W. Smith (1941-2018), master breeder of Smooth Fox Terriers. Mr. Smith entered his first dog show in 1956, and by the time he was named Breeder of the Year in 2012 by the American Kennel Club, he had produced more than 50 champions, Best in Show dogs, national and regional specialty winners, and numerous group winners. An American Kennel Club judge and a delegate for 26 years, he was chairman of its board from 1994-95. He also was president of the Dalmatian Club of America and the American Fox Terrier Club, which honored him with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017. The collection assembled by Mr. Smith includes over 100 lots of paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and books devoted to dogs, horses and sporting art. One highlight is an 1889 portrait of a Smooth Fox Terrier by Arthur Wardle (1864-1945) (est. $6,000-9,000) (see page 3).

ARTHUR WARDLE / FEB 13

Photo: Sharon Cantillon / Buffalo News

MALCOLM MORLEY / MARCH 6

THE COLLECTION OF A NEW YORK CONNOISSEUR

MARCH 18

Assembled over forty years beginning in the late 1960s, this remarkable collection reflects the personal and sophisticated taste of a true connoisseur. A highly educated and respected professional in clinical research, he was also a lifelong classical musician who played the piano and harpsichord for relaxation. His remarkable collection was acquired through purchases from E&J Frankel, Ltd. and other prominent dealers of Asian art. Highlighting the collection is a group of Buddhist gilt bronze sculptures dating from the 17th through the 20th centuries. An artistic tradition used mostly for religious purposes, Buddhist sculpture is highly prized for its beauty and historic significance. A gilt-bronze Tibetan Lama from the 18th century, his hands in the position of the Dharmachakra Mudra, represents one of the most important moments in the Buddha’s life, preaching his first sermon after achieving enlightenment (est. $18,000-22,000). Symbolizing fidelity and happy unions, a duck-form gilt-bronze censer depicts the bird standing in water. When in use, smoke emits from both its open beak and a coin-shaped aperture at its rear, representing wealth and prosperity (est. $8,000-10,000).

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ART AT DOYLE

ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ / JAN 16

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JUDITH SUPINE / DOYLE NEXT

MICHELE MARIESCHI/ JAN 30

ART AT HOME

DOYLE NEXT®

OLD MASTER PAINTINGS

An important figure in early American modernism, Abraham Walkowitz (1878-1965) studied at the National Academy of Design in New York and the Académie Julian in Paris. While in Europe, he met the pioneering American dancer Isadora Duncan, who became a recurring subject of his drawings. The artist found his best expression in watercolor, a perfect medium for capturing Isadora’s fluid, graceful movement, as seen in these drawings from the Collection of Charlotte Bergman to be offered on January 16 (est. $800-1,200). The popular DOYLE at Home auctions offer a wide range of artworks with moderate estimates.

The Brooklyn-based artist Brendan Fagan (b. 1978) creates art under the alias Judith Supine, both illegal street wheatpastes as well as refined studio works. His pieces employ elaborate collages that show the influences of Surrealism and Dada (est. $1,500-2,500). The DOYLE Next timed online-only auctions offer originals and editions by established and emerging artists. Upcoming dates to be announced.

Michele Marieschi (1710-1743), like his fellow view-painters Antonio Canaletto and Giovanni Paolo Panini, began his career as a designer of theatrical sets. That training is clearly visible in his early easel paintings, of which these two architectural fantasies are prime examples. Already at this stage of his career, we can see the expressive, textured brushwork that is one of the signatures of his mature style (est. $30,000-40,000).

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ONLINE AUCTION / JAN

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ADRIAN JONES / FEB 13

PAUL WONNER / MARCH 6

LEON KROLL / MARCH 12

THOMAS MORAN / MARCH 27

DOGS IN ART® INCLUDING THE SPORTING ART COLLECTION OF JAMES W. SMITH FEB 13

The art world will go to the dogs (and horses!) with the return of this popular auction category. Trained as a veterinary surgeon, British artist Adrian Jones (1845-1938) served as a veterinary officer in the Royal Horse Artillery for over twenty years, sculpting and painting horses in his spare time. His training and study of equine anatomy enabled him to depict his subjects with great accuracy and sensitivity, as seen in this 1891 work from the Collection of James W. Smith (est. $5,000-7,000) (see page 1).

FINE MODERN ART

FINE PAINTINGS

AMERICAN PAINTINGS

Paul Wonner (1920-2008) was included in the exhibition, Contemporary Bay Area Figurative Painting, at the Oakland Museum of California in 1957, together with fellow artists Richard Diebenkorn and Theophilus Brown. Having studios in close proximity, the three would gather together for life-study sessions. The Model Before a Mirror from 1962 is a prime example of Wonner’s early work, executed in a realist style with broad expressive brushstrokes and an inventive use of color (est. $2,000-3,000).

Leon Kroll (1884-1974) was born in New York and studied at the Art Students League under John Henry Twachtman and at the National Academy of Design, later traveling to Paris to continue his studies at the Académie Julian. Likely painted in France prior to his return to New York in 1910, Landscape with Bridge reflects Kroll’s interest in the French Impressionists and Post-Impressionists (est. $6,000-8,000).

Thomas Moran (1837-1926) is one of America’s most revered artists of the western landscape. While at the height of his creative powers in the 1880s and 90s, he traveled to Venice. The views of that brilliant city would inspire him for the rest of his career. Property from the Estate of Joan Harmon Van Metre, this 1889 work captures the dramatic light and vibrant colors of Venice (est. $100,000-150,000).

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© 2019 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

BRIDGET RILEY / APRIL 30

© 2019 Mark Tobey / Seattle Art Museum, Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

PABLO PICASSO / APRIL 30

MARK TOBEY / MAY 14

PRINTS & MULTIPLES APR 30

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) became entranced with the ceramic medium after visiting the Madoura pottery factory in 1946, and over the following 25 years he created more than 3,000 works there. In Visage aux Cheveux Bouclé (Curly-haired Face), 1968-69, from the Estate of Peter Mayer, Picasso explored one of his most compelling themes, the human face (est. $6,000-8,000).

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British artist Bridget Riley (b. 1931) is one of the foremost proponents of Op Art. Created one year before the artist was featured in the seminal 1965 exhibition, The Responsive Eye, at the Museum of Modern Art, the screenprint Untitled (Based on a Blaze) is a fine example of Riley’s exploration of optical illusions suggesting movement (est. $8,000-12,000).

PAT STEIR / MAY 14

ANDRE KERTESZ / JUNE 13

IMPRESSIONIST & MODERN ART

POST-WAR & CONTEMPORARY ART

Emma Fordyce MacRae (1887-1974) attended the Art Students League where she trained under Frank Vincent DuMond, Kenneth Hayes Miller, and later with John Sloan. She was a member of the National Association of Women Artists. Central Park was one of her favorite themes, an example of which is this bright depiction of the zoo in Spring (est. $10,000-15,000).

Mark Tobey (1890-1976) is often associated with the Abstract Expressionist painters of New York. Although he was fully aware of the works of his peers, he arrived at his mature style creating works known as his White Writing paintings influenced by Asian calligraphy and Baha’i and Zen Buddhism. This 1954 painting from the Estate of Elizabeth B. Vondracek is a wonderful example of Tobey’s rhythmic patterning and energetic compositions that emanate a spiritual energy (est. $20,000-30,000).

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Pat Steir’s (b. 1940) beloved series of “waterfall” paintings, which she began in the 1980s, were influenced by her relationship with the late John Cage, and his philosophy of chance in art. Steir’s interest in the role of time, environment and gravity allow her to explore the idea of removing the artist from the process of creating a work of art (est. $18,000-22,000).


ASIAN WORKS OF ART

EMMA FORDYCE MACRAE / MAY 14

MARCH 18

Highlighting Chinese porcelains from a private New York collection is a rare

underglazed blue and iron-red fish jar, a Kangxi or Yongzheng period version of a type seen in the Ming dynasty. The finely potted jar depicts eight swimming carp,

a traditional Chinese symbol of strength and perseverance (est. $20,000-30,000). From the same collection is a group of early wares, featuring a Dingyao carved lotus dish

from the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127). This quiet and sophisticated ware is highly prized for the evenness of the creamy glaze over a delicately potted body, the incised lotus almost coming to life (est. $4,000-6,000).

VASA / JUNE 5

DOYLE+DESIGN® JUNE 5

Vasa, born Vasa Velizar Mihich in Yugoslavia in 1933, moved to Los Angeles in 1960 and was among the pioneers of artists using cast acrylics as an artistic medium (est. $1,000-1,500).

PHOTOGRAPHS JUNE 13

This evocative view of a rain-soaked landscape by André Kertész (1894-1985), taken in 1928, was likely printed in the 1960s, and is signed by the artist on the mount in pencil (est. $1,500-2,500).

DOYLE is honored to be an auction house partner of Asia Week New York.

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JEWELRY AT DOYLE

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FINE JEWELRY FEB 20 DOYLE is honored to offer a group of jewelry from the Estate of Linda Lee Johnson (1944-2018). An accomplished sculptor, Johnson studied jewelry making in the 1980s, and her creations were initially sold by Tiffany & Co. In 1989, she partnered with Barney’s and introduced the store’s first jewelry collection. This gold and diamond cuff bracelet reflects the sculptural quality and tactile finish that are the hallmarks of her designs (est. $2,000-3,000).

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FANCY BLUE DIAMOND SOLD FOR

IMPORTANT JEWELRY APRIL 18

$855,000! Highlighting the California

From the Estate of a Distinguished New York Lady is an elegant suite of jewelry by Cartier, France. Inspired by the colorful Mughal-style jewelry created by Cartier in the 1920s-30s, the set features a dazzling necklace (est. $50,000-70,000) and bracelet (est. $25,000-35,000) set with cabochon emeralds and rubies enhanced with sparkling diamonds. From the same estate is a chic gold and diamond necklace of foliate motif by Cartier, Paris (est. $8,000-12,000). Bulgari’s iconic jewelry set with Greek and Roman coins attracts discerning buyers from around the world. This stylish two-tone gold necklace centering an ancient coin offers a fascinating link to a past civilization (est. $10,000-15,000).

Jewelry auction on November 19 was a rare and exceptional unmounted natural Fancy Blue diamond weighing 1.52 carats, VS1 clarity, that achieved a stunning $855,000, far over its estimate of $200,000-300,000. Blue diamonds are among the rarest and most valuable gems on Earth. Classified in the scientific community as type IIb diamonds, blue diamonds are colored by trace elements of Boron. They are so scarce that of all the diamonds discovered to date, fewer than

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0.02% have the distinction of being a blue diamond. They form at depths of at least 410 miles below the earth’s surface, while the vast majority of diamonds form at much shallower depths, ranging from 90-120 miles. The most famous blue diamond is the storied Hope Diamond, discovered in India in the 1600s

CALIFORNIA JEWELRY / MAY 6 DOYLE’s auctions of California Jewelry organized by our Specialists based in Beverly Hills showcase exquisite designs from prominent private collections and estates. Offerings range from stylish jewelry for garden lunches to glittering statement pieces perfect for the red carpet. The May 6 auction will take place in New York following exhibitions on both coasts.

and now in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.

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FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS

DOYLE AT HOME® / JAN 16, APRIL 10 & JUNE 26

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Discover one of New York’s most popular design resources – DOYLE at Home! Featured in the January 16 auction is a collection of French Art Nouveau glass from an East Hampton Estate, including colorful cameo glass vases by Daum and Gallé (est. range $800-4,000).

ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS JAN 30 Interested in saving the distressed mosaics of St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, Antonio Salviati, a lawyer from Vicenza, founded a firm in 1859 that developed a process for the production of mosaics. In doing so, he saved the declining fortunes of the Venetian glass-making trade, resuscitating and energizing the industry. From the Estate of Marianne Schaller, this large micromosaic mirror from the late 19th/early 20th century exhibits the feats of those new processes, with panels depicting the lion of St. Mark and the Doge’s barge flanked by allegories of Summer and Autumn (est. $12,000-18,000). This George III mahogany library table is a fine example of furniture design that exemplifies the change in taste from the late 18th century, with its use of satinwood inlay, to early 19th century Regency pieces that were inlaid with ebony and exotic woods from India and other Asian countries (est. $10,000-15,000). Cómodas de sacristía, or chests of drawers made to store a priest’s vestments in a church’s sacristy, can be found throughout Latin America. This chest is a fine example of Cuban Baroque cabinet making, with its massive form, outset rounded corners, and boldly projecting foliate-carved feet. Each foot is made from a single piece of mahogany held in place by a wooden peg (est. $10,000-15,000).


DOYLE+DESIGN® JUNE 5

RUSSIAN WORKS OF ART / JAN 30

A magnificent Russian silver-gilt and enamel box (est. $90,000120,000) highlights a wide range of Russian enamels, Fabergé and objets de vertu from a West Coast Private Collection. Produced by Feodor Rückert, arguably the most talented of all enamel artists in pre-revolutionary Russia, the box depicts A Knight at the Crossroads by the important Russian painter, Viktor Vasnetsov (1848-1926). Further highlights include an impressive silver tea service by Andrei Bragin, St. Petersburg, 1894, from a Philadelphia Private Collection (est. $25,000-45,000) and a group of silver and enamel salt thrones from the Estate of a Gentleman (see page 1).

A set of twelve chargers by noted London silversmith Gilbert Marks (1861-1905) from the Estate of Bruce C. Denton are richly chased with floral specimens in the best of Arts and Crafts tradition. Magazine articles of the period noted how Marks skillfully transferred flowers into silver on his works without the use of machinery. His short career produced beautifully artistic works which, as is the case here, are often signed by the artist himself (est. $25,000-35,000).

Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) drew on classic furniture design to create pieces that have come to represent great Danish Mid-Century design. Offered are eight of his T-Chairs from 1957 that combine beauty and functionality with their simple, clean lines and elegant form ( est. $15,000-25,000).

AMERICAN FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS / MARCH 27 An American Aesthetic Movement table was made in the early 1870s by Herter Brothers in New York. Similar in form to an example in the Cleveland Museum of Art, the table combines Japanese-inspired structure and ornament with a fine floral marquetry top probably imported from Paris (est. $12,000-20,000).

In 1815, Samuel Kirk opened what has become America’s oldest silversmith. The firm created a style of intricate floral repoussé, known as “Baltimore Silver,” an early example of which is this 1828 tea service from a Connecticut Collector that incorporates birds and butterflies into the flowers and foliage (est. $7,000-10,000).

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HISTORY AT DOYLE

Dylan Thomas Charles Addams

Julien David Le Roy

Jean-Paul Sartre

RARE BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS & MAPS / APRIL 17 Charles Addams’s whimsical cartoon of a woman feeding a horde of miniature men was published in The New Yorker on December 1, 1975, one of two cartoons he prepared that month featuring tiny protagonists. This is the original pen and ink drawing, rendered for the magazine (est. $3,000-5,000). The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas 1934-1952 (London: J.M. Dent, 1952) is one of 65 signed copies, in the blue morocco of issue. This copy belonged to Aneirin Talfan Davies, an early booster of Thomas. As Head of Programmes Wales at the BBC, Davies produced broadcasts of Thomas’ early works (est. $4,000-6,000). Julien David Le Roy’s impressive folio, Les Ruines des plus Beaux Monuments de la Grèce (first edition, Paris: 1758), was a foundational work in introducing Western Europeans to the architecture of classical Greece. It was the major source of the neo-Classical style. The first part of the work is finely illustrated with views of ruins, and the second part with plans and elevations of major sites (est. $6,000-9,000).

a walled rectangle. The title story is one of Sartre’s finest fictional explorations of existentialist themes (est. $2,000-3,000). The most enduring of baseball novels, The Natural (first edition, 1952) was Bernard Malamud’s first published book and was also made into the classic film starring Robert Redford as slugger Roy Hobbs. This volume is offered as part of a group of ten volumes each inscribed by Malamud to close friends Suzanne and Paul Schrag and spanning 1952 to 1983, including The Fixer, The Assistant and others (est. $5,000-8,000).

Jean-Paul Sartre’s Le Mur (Paris: Gallimard, 1939), one of 70 copies of the first edition on vélin Lafuma-Navarre alfa, is in an allusive binding by P. L. Martin, with a design representing bricks forming

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Bernard Malamud


THE COLLECTION OF ARNOLD “JAKE” JOHNSON ONLINE AUCTION A true bibliophile Arnold “Jake” Johnson (1930-2017) of Bozeman, Montana. was an avid collector of rare items related to angling, travel, expeditions in India and Africa, English sporting and color-plate, and Western Americana to be offered in a series of live and online auctions. Featured in the online sale closing on January 29 are two maps of the American West at the time of William H. Emory’s 1857 survey to finalize the US-Mexican border (est. $400-600) and Emory’s report in three volumes.

COINS, BANK NOTES & POSTAGE STAMPS APRIL 30 DOYLE is honored to auction the Collection of a Prominent New York Numismatist as a highlight of the April 30 sale. Assembled in the 1940s through the 1970s, this remarkable collection focuses on European gold and silver rarities spanning the late 18th through early 20th centuries. Among the noteworthy offerings are Austria Franz Joseph 100 Corona Proof of 1908 (est. $10,000-15,000), Bulgaria 4 Ducats of 1914 (est. $2,000-3,000), Germany-Hanover 10 Thaler of 1825 (est. $1,500-2,000), German East Africa 15 Rupees of 1916 (est. $2,000-3,000), Hungary 100 Korona of 1917 (est. $2,000-3,000) and Yugoslavia 4 Ducats of 1931 (est. $1,000-2,000). Also featured are silver issues of a similar period, along with United States $5 gold type set and a multitude of high-grade Morgan dollars.

MAY 7 DOYLE’s inaugural Oddities auction is co-curated with Obscura Antiques co-owner Mike Zohn, star of the popular television show, Oddities. The sale will offer Outsider and Folk Art, circus and sideshow ephemera, taxidermy and other unusual objects. Featured is the sign from the fabled Walter Potter Museum of Curiosities, which housed a renowned collection of eccentric taxidermy installations and other whimsical curiosities (est. $7,000-9,000).

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AUCTION SCHEDULE 2019

DOYLE AT HOME®

Auction: Wed, JAN 16 at 10am Exhibition: Jan 12 – 14

FINE PAINTINGS

CALIFORNIA JEWELRY

Contact: Shani Toledano 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com

Contacts: Nan Summerfield, G.G. , Emily Marchick, G.G. 310-276-6616, DoyleLA@Doyle.com

Auction: Tues, MARCH 12 at 10am Exhibition: March 9 – 11

JEWELRY & HANDBAGS ONLINE AUCTION

ASIAN WORKS OF ART

Auction: Soft close Thurs, JAN 17 at Noon Exhibition: Jan 11 & 14 Contact: 212-427-4141, ext 262, Jewelry@Doyle.com

AMERICANA FROM THE LIBRARY OF ARNOLD “JAKE” JOHNSON ONLINE AUCTION

Auction: Mon, MARCH 18 at 10am Exhibition: March 15 – 17 Contact: Marley Rabstenek 212-427-4141, ext 299, Asian@Doyle.com

JEWELRY, WATCHES, SILVER & COINS BY ORDER OF THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY

Auction: Soft close Tues, JAN 29 at Noon Exhibition: Jan 25 & 28 Contact:212-427-4141, ext 248, Books@Doyle.com

ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS / OLD MASTER PAINTINGS / RUSSIAN WORKS OF ART

Contacts: Elaine Stainton, 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com / Peter Lang, 212-427-4141, ext 274, Furniture@Doyle.com / Mark Moehrke, 212-427-4141, ext 272, Russian@Doyle.com

DOYLE NEXT® ONLINE AUCTION Contact:212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com

DOGS IN ART® INCLUDING THE SPORTING ART COLLECTION OF JAMES W. SMITH Auction: Wed, FEB 13 at 10am Exhibition: Feb 9 – 11

Contacts: Elaine Stainton, Shani Toledano, Bill Fiddler, 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com

Contacts: Bill Fiddler, 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com / David Gallager, 212-427-4141, ext 271, American@Doyle.com

DOYLE AT HOME

Auction: Wed, APRIL 10 at 10am Exhibition: April 6 – 8

Auction: Wed, APRIL 17 at 10am Exhibition: April 13 – 16

Contacts: Peter Costanzo, 212-427-4141, ext 248 Edward Ripley-Duggan, ext 234, Books@Doyle.com

Contact: Ann Lange, G.G. 212-427-4141, ext 221, Jewelry@Doyle.com

CONTENTS OF ABANDONED SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES

Auction: Tues, FEB 19 at 10am Exhibition: Feb 15 – 18

PRINTS & MULTIPLES

Auction: Tues, APRIL 30 at 10am Exhibition: April 27 – 29

Contact: Martha Garcia, FGA 212-427-4141, ext 262, Jewelry@Doyle.com

Contact: Cynthia Klein 212-427-4141, ext 246, Prints@Doyle.com

FINE JEWELRY

COINS, BANK NOTES & POSTAGE STAMPS

Auction: Wed, FEB 20 at 10am Exhibition: Feb 15 – 18

Auction: Tues, APRIL 30 at 2pm Exhibition: April 27 – 29

Contact: Ann Lange, G.G. 212-427-4141, ext 221 Jewelry@Doyle.com

Contact: Norman Scrivener 212-427-4141, ext 273, Coins@Doyle.com

FINE MODERN ART

Auction: Wed, MARCH 6 at 10am Exhibition: March 2 – 4

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Contact: Harold Porcher 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com DOYLE AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS

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Auction: Tues, MAY 14 at 11am Exhibition: May 11 – 13

POST-WAR & CONTEMPORARY ART Auction: Tues, MAY 14 at 2pm Exhibition: May 11 – 13

Contacts: Harold Porcher, Angelo Madrigale 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com

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Auction: Thurs, APRIL 18 at 10am Exhibition: April 13 – 16

JEWELRY &

Contact: Angelo Madrigale 212-427-4141, ext 237, Angelo.Madrigale@Doyle.com

AMERICAN PAINTINGS, FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS

IMPORTANT JEWELRY

Contact: Shani Toledano 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com

Auction: Tues, MAY 7 at 10am Exhibition: May 4 – 5

IMPRESSIONIST & MODERN ART

RARE BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS & MAPS

Auction: JAN / TBA

ODDITIES

Auction: Tues MARCH 19 at 10am Exhibition: March 15 – 17

Auction: Wed, MARCH 27 at 10am Exhibition: March 23 – 25

Auction: Wed, JAN 30 at 10am Exhibition: Jan 26 – 28

NY Auction: Mon, MAY 6 at 10am NY Exhibition: May 4 – 5 / LA Exhibition: TBA

ENGLISH & CONTINENTAL FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ARTS / OLD MASTER PAINTINGS Auction: Wed, MAY 22 at 10am Exhibition: May 18 – 20

Contacts: Elaine Stainton. 212-427-4141, ext 249, Paintings@Doyle.com / Peter Lang, 212-427-4141, ext 274, Furniture@Doyle.com

DOYLE+DESIGN®

Auction: Wed, JUNE 5 at 10am Exhibition: June 1 – 3 Contact: Todd Sell, 212-427-4141, ext 269, Design@Doyle.com

FINE JEWELRY

Auction: Wed, JUNE 12 at 10am Exhibition: June 8 – 10 Contact: Ann Lange, G.G. 212-427-4141, ext 221, Jewelry@Doyle.com

PHOTOGRAPHS

Auction: Thurs, JUNE 13 at 10am Exhibition: June 8 – 10 Contacts: Peter Costanzo, 212-427-4141, ext 248 Edward Ripley-Duggan, ext 234, Books@Doyle.com

DOYLE AT HOME®

Auction: Wed, JUNE 26 at 10am Exhibition: June 22 – 24

NEW YORK, NY 10128

212-427-2730

DOYLE.COM

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Join us for the launch of our new series of evenings with Doyle’s Director of Contemporary Art Angelo Madrigale in one-on-one conversations with some of the best and brightest talents in the art world today. The events are free; reservations are required: 212-427-4141, ext 600, events@Doyle.com

New York is a global capital of the design industry. It is home to a host of prominent interior designers whose projects across residential, commercial and public spaces influence design trends around the world. New York is also home to a wide range of design resources whose quality products and expert services are used by designers to realize their visions. In our inaugural Tools of the Trade series co-hosted with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties, we are honored to present four of New York’s most distinguished design resources – each firm a legend and trendsetter in its respective field. The evenings are free; reservations are required: 212-427-4141, ext 600, events@Doyle.com

CHRIS “DAZE” ELLIS MONDAY, MARCH 11 AT 6:30PM A lifelong New Yorker, Chris “Daze” Ellis emerged from the graffiti scene of the 1980s, ascending to worldwide fame with his vibrantly colored post-Pop depictions of the City and its disparate denizens. Ellis’ work can be seen in museums worldwide, including the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands, the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

DOGS IN ART & SPORTING ART RECEPTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 5PM – 7PM The art world will go to the dogs at the Opening Reception for Dogs in Art including the Sporting Art Collection of James W. Smith (see page 3). The reception is co-hosted with ARF (Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, Inc). A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, ARF provides rescued dogs and cats with medical care and sanctuary until loving homes can be found. Since 1974, ARF has saved over 27,000 animals, and ARF’s Op-Cat program has spayed/neutered over 21,000 community cats. For information on ARF visit arfhamptons.org. The evening is free; reservations are required: 212-427-4141, ext 600, events@Doyle.com

WEDNESDAY, FEB 13 at 6:30PM

TUESDAY, MAR 5 at 6:30PM

P.E. Guerin is the oldest decorative hardware firm in the United States, and the only metal foundry in Manhattan. Established by French immigrant Pierre Emmanuel Guerin in 1857, it is now owned and directed by the fourth generation of the family, Pierre Emmanuel’s great grandnephew, Andrew F. Ward. The firm continues to produce quality hardware and architectural fixtures from its location on Jane Street, the firm’s home since 1892. Visit PEGuerin.com

Philip Costikyan in a conversation with DOYLE’s Rug Specialist Mark Topalian will share his expertise on rugs and carpets. Costikyan has been the most trusted name in preserving the beauty of fine rugs and upholstery for over 132 years. The firm offers a full range of professional services, including cleaning, repair, restoration, fiber protection, padding, cutting, binding, fabrication, measures and installation of fine carpets and rugs. Visit Costikyan.com

TUESDAY, MAR 12 at 6:30PM

TUESDAY, MAR 19 at 6:30PM

Founded by Charles R. Gracie in 1898, Gracie carries an impressive selection of Chinese and Japanese antiques, as well as lacquer furniture, but they are still best known for their signature product – exquisite custom handpainted wallpapers. The firm is now led by brother and sister team Mike and Jenn Gracie who continue their great grandfather’s legacy as the fourth generation leaders of the company. Visit GracieStudio.com

Since Schumacher was founded in 1889, the family-owned company has been synonymous with style, taste and innovation. Their comprehensive collections of fabrics, wallcoverings and trims span an extraordinary range, and are united by a respect for classicism, an eye for the cutting edge, and an unparalleled level of quality. A passion for luxury and an unwavering commitment to beauty are woven into everything they do. Visit FSchumacher.com

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