Biographies & Price Guides
Adolph Gottlieb was an American painter, sculptor and printmaker. He was one of the early pioneers of Abstract Expressionism and a founding member of “the ten”, a group of New York painters who showed their work together in the 1930s. His abstract works of the 1960s and 70s were groundbreaking for their time, and many are valued at over $1,000,000 today.
Paul Cadmus is best known for his gritty and often erotic paintings of social interactions, especially those using the egg tempera medium. His painting style has been described as magic realism, and his works often contain elements of satire or social commentary. Additionally, he is known for his sensual drawings of male nudes and his work in the PaJaMa Collective photography project.
Alden Mason was an American painter from Skagit, Washington known for both his abstract and figurative works in watercolor, oil, and acrylic paints. His best known series include Burpee Garden, Squeeze Bottle, and Big Heads. Besides his work as an artist, Alden Mason taught as a professor in the University of Washington’s School of Art for over 30 years, where he inspired and influenced many young artists.
During the 1930s, Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known by his pen name Dr. Seuss, created a series of 18 unorthodox taxidermy sculptures. Collectively referred to as The Seuss System of Unorthodox Taxidermy, these sculptures depicted colorful and strange “Seussian” creatures such as the “Cruel Hack-Biter” or the “Semi-Normal Green-Lidded Fawn.”
Kenneth Noland was an American abstract painter best known for his involvement in Color Field painting. His technique involves adding thin layers of acrylic paint to an unseasoned canvas to create colorful patterns of bullseyes, chevrons, and other geometric forms.
Tsuguharu Foujita was known not only for his art which blended techniques from around the world, but also for being quite the fashion icon of his time. His round glasses, gold hoop earrings, and boxcar mustache perfectly suited his vibrant personality. Here, we’ll cover a quick biography of the artist, what artistic mediums and subjects he was known for using, and the value of his works.
Antonio Jacobsen was a Danish American marine painter known for his high quality oil paintings of ships. He was a driven and prolific artist, believed to have produced between 5,000 and 6,000 original works over the course of his five-decade-long career.
Japanese artist Hiroshi Yoshida blends traditional Western style and colors with Japanese techniques. His artwork started as oil and watercolor paintings, becoming notable when a renewed rise in the popularity of woodblock prints inspired him to produce numerous copies of the same pieces.
Revere Auctions is proud to present Style & Splendor: Selections from the Estate of Horst Rechelbacher, featuring highlights from the wide-ranging collection of Horst Rechelbacher.
Bev Doolittle prints can be quite valuable, with some prints worth more than others across a wide range. Find out how you can determine the value of your Doollittle print.