There are works by better known artists than Theodore Robinson at Skinner’s auction of paintings, prints and photographs early next month – Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, and Maurice Utrillo are just a few. There are no more highly valued paintings, however, than the noted American Impressionist’s “Hansom Cabs,” an evocative late 19th century depiction of New York carriages that’s estimated at $120,000-180,000.
Among the other highly estimated lots at the September 9th auction are Maurice Utrillo’s Parisian cityscape “Impasse Trainee sous la Neige a Montmartre”(est. $100,000-150,000), Alexander Calder’s playful sculpture “Shoe With Split Heel” (est. $30,000-50,000), and an oil by French artist Eugene Louis Boudin, “Les Bords de la Touques a Troubille Pendant les Grandes Marees”(est. $70,000-90,000). In addition, Skinner will offer several Warhol prints, including “Geronimo” (est. $15,000-20,000), and a 17th century Rembrandt, “Old Man With Beard” (est. $6,000-8,000).
Read more at Skinner.