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Auction Location: 668 Crimson Leaf Trail, Eagan, MN 55123
Phone: 612-453-5256Lot Categories: Home Decor (56), Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (19), Small Housewares (17), Outdoor/Patio (13), Furniture/Living Room (11), Sewing Equipment/Supplies (9), Lamps/Lighting (9), Jewelry (7), Collectibles (4), Pet Supplies (3)
04/26/2021 08:10 pm
This graceful dancer sculpture is a reproduction of "Grand Arabesque, Second Time," ca. 1885-1890 (cast ca. 1919-1922) by Impressionist Edgar Degas. This piece was a gift to the owner and was originally purchased from the Metropolitan Museum of Art Shop. Approximate measurements: 12" wide x 24" long
The Rhode Island School of Design Museum has this to say about the original:
"Transitional poses such as this one were constant themes of Edgar Degas’s numerous sculptural studies made in wax, wire, and plastilene. Collected from his studio following his death, these models became the sources of small editions cast in bronze, including this one of a dancer posed in a grand arabesque. In the classic ballet position, the dancer bends forward while standing on one straight leg, with the opposite arm extended forward and the other arm and leg extended backward. In the 1890s the British artist Walter Sickert visited Degas in his studio and was shown the wax model for this figure. He was struck by Degas’s interest in movement, as he “turned the statuette slowly to show me the successive silhouettes thrown on a white sheet by the light of a candle.”
Framed exhibition poster from the late 1980s.
Measurements: 34.5" tall x 20.5" wide
*Please note that there is a small crack in the glass in the lower left-hand corner.
Stunning framed print of Robert Morgan's costume sketch for The Cardinal in the Guthrie Theater's 1976 production of Doctor Faustus. The play was first performed in 1604, and the fact that it's still relevant today is pretty remarkable. I guess that pride, sin and redemption never go out of style.
Framed 20" x 30" poster announcing a new display of over 120 Turner paintings at the Tate Britain Museum in London.
The museum's website had this to say about the artist:
Tate Britain is home to the largest collection of works by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851). A master of history, landscape and marine painting, he challenged the style of the old masters, trailblazing in technique and subject matter.
Described as the ‘father of modern art’ by John Ruskin, Turner often shocked his contemporaries with his loose brushwork and vibrant colour palette while portraying the development of the modern world unlike any other artist at the time.
Classic furniture, elegant home decor, ladies clothing and outdoor accessories are at your fingertips! The owner of this estate has discerning taste and has taken wonderful care of the items you'll find in this auction. Everything is exceptionally clean and has been kept in a non-smoking environment, so you won't have to worry about any lingering odors on all the beautiful clothing, draperies, furs and fabric.
From the practical to the polished, you'll find it here!
|Bid Range||Minimum Increment|
|Hammer Price Tier||Buyer's Premium||Cap|
|$0.00 - $4,999.99||13.00%|
|$5,000.00 - infinity||10.00%||$1,000.00|
This auction is contracted and managed by: Nordeast Resale
Manager: Alexander Fernandez
668 Crimson Leaf Trail