Freeman's Spring European Art & Old Masters auction brought to market close to 200 works from the Dutch, Italian, and Continental schools. We are excited to invite consignments for our Winter auction.
“…Freeman’s is no stranger to bidding wars leading to record prices.” - Art + Auction Marketwatch
Recent successful results at Freeman's include: a vivid oil by French impressionist painter Henri Jean Guillaume Martin titled "La Moisson" selling for $68,750, two seascapes by English painter Edward Seago: "The John Biscoe in Pack Ice," and "Honfleur" which sold for $116,250 and $103,125 respectively, a beach scene by the French artist Jules Achille Noël that sold for $106,250 as well as the idyllic landscape "Garden Gate" by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot that sold for $122,500.
The French landscape painter Eugène Boudin, the artist to whom Claude Monet credits his success, has been particularly popular at Freeman's in recent auctions. His coastal scene "Environs de Trouville" sold for an impressive $87,500.
FREEMAN'S ENCOURAGES WORK FROM THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
Eugène Boudin, François Boucher, John E. Ferneley, William Webb, Allan Ramsay, Georges d’Espagnat, George Romney, Breughel The Elder, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Jean Dufy, Santi Corsi, Maurice de Vlaminck, Paul Signac, Georges Seurat, Auguste Renoir, Albrecht Durer, Emil Nolde, Alfred Munnings, James Jacques Joseph Tissot, Titian, Marc Chagall, Annibale Carracci, Henri Fantin-Latour, Henri Matisse, Jean François Millet, Gustavo Novoa, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Guido Reni, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Auguste Blanchard, Raoul Dufy, Piat Joseph Sauvage, Nicolas Aleksandrovich Tarkhov, Lado (Vladimir Davidovich) Gudiashvili, Mary Beale, Rosalba Carriera, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Albert Goddwin, Anthobny Van Dyck, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Theodore Rousseau, Jack Butler Yeats, and Félix Ziem.
June 12, 2016: Eugène Louis Boudin (French 1824-1898) "Rivage aux Environs de Trouville" Estiamte: $30,000-$50,000. SOLD FOR $75,000