ATLANTA – At the start of each month, ACN columnist Ken Hall gathers top auction highlights from around the United States and beyond. Here’s what made headlines since last month’s Gallery Report (prices include the buyer’s premium unless stated otherwise):
Grandma Moses painting, $100,000, I.M. Chait Gallery
An oil on Masonite painting by Anna Mary Robertson (American, 1860-1961), aka Grandma Moses, titled Halloween, sold for $100,000 at an International Fine Arts Auction held May 20 by I.M. Chait Gallery & Auctioneers in Beverly Hills, California. Also, an Egyptian 19th Dynasty serpentine ushabti went for $36,600; an oil painting by Vietnamese-French artist Le Pho (1907-2001) brought $56,250; and an oil on panel work by Paul Seignac (French, 1826-1904), Christmas Morning, made $20,000.