New Hope Online Auction and American Paintings Sale
- Sponsor: Invaluable.com
- Co-Sponsor: Invaluable.com
- Location: Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio
- Dates: May 26 - 27 2018
- Address: 5230 Silo Hill Rd, Doylestown, PA 18902-9016
- Phone: 215-348-2500
- Time: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
- Price: Free
Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio is partnering with Invaluable.com, the online auction platform, for our inaugural fine art online sale on Sunday. The auction features over 130 lots of works by American and international artists. The online catalogue can be viewed through our website. In addition, you have the opportunity to view most of the works on Saturday.
Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio specializes in fine art, with a focus on American paintings. This auction is held exclusively online, in cooperation with the online auction platform Invaluable.com, and without the competition of on-site or telephone bidding. Interested participants must register and place bids with our online auction collaborators. Invaluable.com allows for both live real-time online bidding and absentee bids. For added bidding convenience from any location, you can now download the Invaluable app to your smart phone and stay up to date for this event. By eliminating the additional expenses associated with hosting a venue-based auction, Gratz Gallery is able to extend a low buyer’s premium to our clients, as well as offer very competitive estimates that are substantially lower than premiums paid to traditional auction venues.
Available for sale will be works by American artists such as Rae Sloan Bredin, Paulette Van Roekens, William Lathrop, Henry Snell, A.V. Greene, Leonard Nelson, Harry Leith-Ross, S. George Phillips, Harry Bertoia, Constance Cochrane, and so many more, as well as by international artists such as Peter Howell, Thomas Sherwood LaFontaine Goya, and Paul Emile Lecomte amongst many others.
The genre of artwork represented in this auction reflect a wide spectrum, from 19th and 20th centuries’ American Impressionism, all the way to 20th and 21st centuries’ abstract art, with a greatly varied selection of paintings, etchings, drawings, sculptures and frames.