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IDA RITTENBERG KOHLMEYER
IDA RITTENBERG KOHLMEYER
(American 1912-1997)
“Color Stripes #4”
Oil on canvas.
45 x 48 inches Sold for $20,400

Gallery Auction

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 10am

Add to Calendar 12-08-2018 10:00:00 12-08-2018 17:00:00 6 Gallery Auction An original Tiffany Studios window, circa 1900, takes center stage at Michaan’s in December. Its lovely figural scene of a woman in a classical landscape is beautifully executed in various Tiffany glass specialties including drapery glass, ripple glass and marbleized glass. Roland Petersen’s enigmatic 1966 oil on canvas “Tea for Two” ($25,000-$30,000) is another top highlight. Discover the exuberant art of the Bay Area’s Roy de Forest (1930-2007), with two vivid 1970s pastels offered at $3,000-$5,000 each. “New Moon” by Peter Max ($4,000-$6,000) expands December’s visionary theme. A 1977 Rolling Stones promotional 45 with cover art by Andy Warhol is offered at $800-$1,000. The vibe extends to vintage furnishings such as the teak coffee table by Georg Jensen for Kubus ($400-$600). A 62” bust of Buddha carved from lava stone is estimated at $1,500-$2,500. Asian art objects include period jade, cinnabar, textiles and bronzes from China and Japan. Fabulous fine jewels — a 10 carat diamond ring ($15,000-$25,000) and a “Tutti Frutti” style multi-stone bib necklace ($50,000-$80,000) — will be sold through a charitable foundation, proceeds to provide shelter for homeless Californians and drinking water in Haiti. An Art Deco diamond and platinum bracelet from a San Francisco estate is offered at $4,000-$6,000. 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA 94501 Michaan's Auctions info@michaans.com false MM/DD/YYYY

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Friday, December 7, 12pm - 5pm
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An original Tiffany Studios window, circa 1900, takes center stage at Michaan’s in December. Its lovely figural scene of a woman in a classical landscape is beautifully executed in various Tiffany glass specialties including drapery glass, ripple glass and marbleized glass. Roland Petersen’s enigmatic 1966 oil on canvas “Tea for Two” ($25,000-$30,000) is another top highlight. Discover the exuberant art of the Bay Area’s Roy de Forest (1930-2007), with two vivid 1970s pastels offered at $3,000-$5,000 each. “New Moon” by Peter Max ($4,000-$6,000) expands December’s visionary theme. A 1977 Rolling Stones promotional 45 with cover art by Andy Warhol is offered at $800-$1,000. The vibe extends to vintage furnishings such as the teak coffee table by Georg Jensen for Kubus ($400-$600). A 62” bust of Buddha carved from lava stone is estimated at $1,500-$2,500. Asian art objects include period jade, cinnabar, textiles and bronzes from China and Japan. Fabulous fine jewels — a 10 carat diamond ring ($15,000-$25,000) and a “Tutti Frutti” style multi-stone bib necklace ($50,000-$80,000) — will be sold through a charitable foundation, proceeds to provide shelter for homeless Californians and drinking water in Haiti. An Art Deco diamond and platinum bracelet from a San Francisco estate is offered at $4,000-$6,000.

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