Narberth (Pennsylvania, USA) Art And Collectibles Online Auction - Wynnedale Circle.

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Richard Anuszkiewicz was a student of Josef Albers. His style, while distinct, was heavily influenced by his teacher. This style features vibrant colors and stunning geometric patterns, Signed and numbered 84/100. Framed 25.5X19.5. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Milton Glaser, famed artist and creator of the I Love New York logo and Founder of New York Magazine. Original ink and water color, signed 9X12.5. Titled, Smoking Pot. Matted and framed. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Ralph Fasanella, was once described as the best primitive painter since Grandma Moses. He typically depicted urban working life. Signed print, matted and framed 31.25X17. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Raymond Ameijida was an American illustrator and graphic designer who employed 3D layering of cut outs to create his visions. This is a paper cut out, signed and framed in a shadow box 17.5X13.25X2.75. Seller states he paid 3,000 dollars for this art work. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

A collection of political pins and paraphernalia. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Robert Cunningham is an American artist who is known for his unique use of light and color. Signed Artist proof. Matted and framed depicting men in a boat 24X24. There is paperwork on the back from the gallery where the piece was hung. This art has been exposed to moisture. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

John F. Eggert signed and numbered 227/600 Waterfowl print along with Stamp created from the art. Professionally matted and framed. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Robert Heindel was an American artist of international reputation known principally for figurative art, original mixed media, signed. Art appeared on the cover of TV Guide. 21X16. Seller states he paid $3,000 for this art. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Daniel Maffia is a French born visionary artist known internationally for his award winning portraits which appeared on the covers of many major magazines. This is possibly watercolour and is signed, matted and framed 20.5X17.5. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Chris Dellorco known for painting famous cartoon characters, a brilliant piece in mixed media featuring many animated characters, signed, not framed 21X20. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

John F. Eggert signed and numbered 327/100 print, framed. In the frame is also the stamp that was made from the art. Come to category A time-slot.

George Guisti was a well known Italian sculptor and graphic artist known for his work in metal. This work depicting a bird of prey, is signed and in a shadow box 16.25X13.25X2.25. The frame appears to have been exposed to moisture, but the artwork seems to be fine. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

C. Michael Dudash is an American illustrator and oil painter. He studied with Richard Schmid and Nancy Guzik. His compositions include subjects ranging from the old west to contemporary scenes and portraiture. This is an original mixed media, signed. Not framed. 24X18. Painting has moisture marks near the bottom. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

An assortment of collectible model vehicles, mostly made of metal. Bugatti, Mercedes, Ferrari, Duesenberg, Packard, Lotus and more. The car models were sold during the 1950s and 60s with opening doors and hoods. Some were cast at the Franklin Mint Co. near Philadelphia and are approx. 11 to 12 inches in size to scale. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Marilyn Lucite am/fm radio with neon light by Cicena in working order. Model M-02096-09-9. 16X5.5X15. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

George Guisti was a well known Italian sculptor and graphic artist known for his work in metal. Two metal helmets inside a shadow box, signed 12X9.5X1. The frame appears to have been exposed to moisture, but the artwork seems to be fine. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

George Price was an American cartoonist whose work was characterized by witty imaginative drawings. This is an original ink and watercolor, signed, matted and framed 16.5X19. Some yellowing. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Laird, Brown, and Lavigne were artists with Mirage Studios, an independent comic book company and creators of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. An original work in mixed media, signed, matted and framed 14X9.5. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Clayton Pond is an artist whose work is principally done in the silk screen process. It is characterized by his use of bold and contrasting colors. This silk screen is signed, numbered 68/110 and framed 29X39.5. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Vintage optometrist eyeglass trade sign made from metal, 36X11.5. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Two French prints in the style of Art Nouveau. Each print is in a carved wood frame 36X27. Frames have flaws and one piece has been exposed to moisture. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Raymond Ameijida was an American illustrator and graphic designer who employed 3D layering of cut outs to create his visions. This is a felt cut out, signed and framed in a shadow box 21X16.75X2. Seller states he paid 3,000 dollars for this art work. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Ronald Searle, a British artist and satirical cartoonist, has received various awards and honors from multiple nations. Signed and numbered 8/99. The Beautiful Dream, in a wood frame 19.5X25.5. Artist history: He was a prisoner of the Japanese on the 'Bridge on the River Qui' where of the 4,000 prisoners only 700 lived including him. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Al Hirschfeld, an American caricaturist best known for his black and white portraits of famous people, original sketch, Merry Christmas 11X8.5. Not framed. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Bob Peak was an American commercial illustrator and painter, who was best known as the father of the modern Hollywood movie poster. An original work in mixed media, signed. This work of art appeared on the cover of TV Guide. Not framed, 29X23. Water damage on the bottom of the piece. Seller states he paid $3,000 dollars for the original art work. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Vintage hollow copper eagle weather vane that has weathered to a green patina. Wing span 22 inches. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Bob Ziering is an American artist and illustrator whose work was influenced by Francis Bacon, original ink and watercolor signed 20X14. Not framed. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

An antique mesh purse marked German Silver, 6 inches. The clasp features an intricate design of a king or God like head. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

A 10 inch Putto figurine in the style of Renaissance art. Appears to be coated in silver. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Print titled, L'America, 18X24, matted and framed, depicting a Revolutionary War sea battle. Seller states the print is over 100 years old. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Hank Aaron signed home run baseball in a protective case. The seller, a personal friend of Henry Aaron, but there is no Certificate of Authenticity. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

A vintage yellow traffic signal 10X30 and a vintage red Dietz 8 day lantern from the State of PA. Both items in used condition. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Richard Hess was an illustrator, designer and well known painter. An original oil on canvas, signed, in a wood frame 12X8. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Tommy Atomic Robot, Brownie Junior, box roll film from the 30s, metal body with a geometric Art Deco design, Beijing No 1 Toy Factory Wind Up Funny Action Duck, Corgi Simon Snorkel Fire Engine, Password, Revell Authentic Model Kits, Bocce and more. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Jim Sharpe was an artist, illustrator and former Art Director for Chevrolet automobiles. He painted for the United States Air Force for 20 years and these paintings hang in the Pentagon and in US Air Force bases around the world. He is well known for his use of montage art. Signed mixed media, not framed 28.5X21.5. It appeared on the cover of TV Guide April 10, 1976. Seller states he paid 3,000 dollars for the art. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

C. Michael Dudash is an American illustrator and oil painter. He studied with Richard Schmid and Nancy Guzik. His compositions include subjects ranging from the old west to contemporary scenes and portraiture. This is an original mixed media, signed and framed 13.5X23.5. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

These include Bob Hope, Ken Howard, Judith Crist, Mike Wallace, Fred Silverman, Liv Ullmann, Roone Arledge and much more. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Raymond Ameijida was an American illustrator and graphic designer who employed 3D layering of cut outs to create his visions. This art work is a felt cut out, signed and framed in a shadow box 17.25X12.25X1.5. It appeared on the cover of TV Guide on December 19, 1981. Seller states he paid 3,000 dollars for this art work. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

George Guisti was a well known Italian sculptor and graphic artist known for his work in metal. This work, signed and in a shadow box, appeared on the cover of TV Guide for the 1980 election 11.5X11X2. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

A folder containing numerous German postage stamps, some featuring a portrait of Hitler. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

This is a vintage crystal ball that sits on a wood stand. The stand is wired to a light bulb which illuminates the crystal ball. Tested and works. Approx. 6 inches in diameter. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Bernie Fuchs was an illustrator and portrait painter of famous people, including presidents, athletes and celebrities. Portrait of a major league pitcher, original done in mixed media and framed 24X17.5. Painting appeared on the cover of TV Guide on October 17, 1981. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Raymond Ameijida was an American illustrator and graphic designer who employed 3D layering of cut outs to create his visions. This art work is a felt cut out. Framed in a shadow box 14.5X12.5X3.75. No signature seen. Seller states he paid 3,000 dollars for this art work. The frame has damage and there are signs of moths inside. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

6 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. 3 have some water damage. Each is 13X10.5, matted not framed. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Bernie Fuchs was an illustrator and portrait painter of famous people, including presidents, athletes and celebrities. A portrait of Glen Campbell, original mixed media on board, signed. Not framed. 26.75X16.75. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

2 vintage French ceramic pigeons. One has a repaired leg and one has damaged feet. They are life like in size and no markings were seen 12X4.5X9. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Mark English is an American illustrator and artist who uses geometric shapes and abstract planes in his landscape paintings. He is also an accomplished portrait painter to which he brings his love of vibrant coloration. This work is an original mixed media, signed and framed 23.5X18.75. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Two Asian soldiers, probably Chinese, 6.5 and 8 inches tall respectively, a horse 6X5.5, a Buddhist bust 4.5 inches, a small canon and a wooden figurine with movable arms. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

First Day of Issue Stamps featuring portraits of famous people from the performing arts, film, and politics. Some illustrated by Pinkney and Sharpe. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Personal notes including, but not limited to, Milton Caniff, Cartoonist, Ralph Fasanella, Painter, Robert Cunningham, Painter, Jacob Knight, Illustrator and much more. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Blake Hampton is an American illustrator. This is an original and possibly watercolor, 14.25X19.5 signed and framed. Some yellowing detected. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Portrait of a nun and a priest by Mark English, a celebrated American artist and illustrator, framed 23X14.5. Photo of John Wayne, matted and framed 16X13.5. Original watercolor entitled SPORTS unframed 11.5X22.5. Original painting in mixed media depicting the Hollywood hills and early film makers, matted and framed 16.5X10.5, with paint chipping and moisture marks noted. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

Bernie Fuchs was an illustrator and portrait painter of famous people, including presidents, athletes and celebrities. Original oil on canvas of Jimmy Stewart in a wood frame 26X17. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

William Steig, The Lonely Ones, a First Edition, and Ansel Adams, Yosemite and the Range of Light. Both Signed. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

3 vintage ceramic pigeons. They are life like in size and no markings were seen, 12X4.5X9. All have damaged feet and 1 has a damaged wing. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

5 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. Each is 13X10.5, matted, not framed. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

5 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. Each is 13X10.5, matted, not framed. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Don Weller, an American illustrator and painter who did covers for American magazines, an original mixed media, signed. Appeared on the cover of TV Guide on September 5, 1981 for a Miss America pageant 24X18. Not framed. The piece has water damage in lower right corner. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

Two Norman Rockwell posters. Unframed 35X29. Edges are crinkled. Both are collotypes by Arthur Jaffe of New York. One is titled Doctor and Doll and the other is titled Shuffletons Barber Shop. Both posters are not framed. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.

A box of four silver plate butter knives, a pewter picture frame, and a vintage hand mirror, which has the look and feel of pewter. Come to pickup at Category B time-slot.

4 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. Each is 13X10.5, matted, not framed. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

4 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. Each is 13X10.5, matted, not framed. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

4 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. Each is 13X10.5, matted, not framed. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

5 dye transfer prints. Dye transfer, an expensive method of reproduction unsurpassed in richness and fidelity that is no longer in common use. Each is 13X10.5, matted, not framed. 1 had water damage on mat and 2 have water marks on prints. Come to pickup at Category C time-slot.

Jim Campbell is a contemporary American artist who is known for his LED works. This original painting of an Eastern Orthodox Church with two well dressed men in the foreground is in vivid color. It is done in tempera and is signed, 26X21. Not framed. Come to pickup at Category A time-slot.


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