July 28, 2016 Auction – American & European Paintings

Carlyle Galleries Presents: ”American & European Paintings”  Online Fine Art Auction – Thursday, July 28, 2016

For Immediate Release

Beverly Hills, California – July 20, 2016 – Carlyle Galleries International, Inc., (www.carlyle-auctions.com) the online fine art dealers and auctioneers, is proud to announce their next auction: “American & European Paintings”  Online-only Fine Art Auction – Thursday, July 28, 2016 at 10:00AM Pacific Time.

Carlyle’s latest online auction features almost 200 lots of fresh-to-the-market paintings, sculpture, prints & multiples. With low starting prices and reasonable estimates, this auction offers many bargains for the sophisticated art buyer.

Carlyle will be offering an exciting mix of fine art ranging from Old Masters and Russian Icons, Latin and Middle Eastern art, to European and American 19th century paintings from modern to contemporary.

Key Highlights include:

– A large Marcel Dyf (1899–1985) seascape, “Peniches Rotterdam,” from a Greenwich, CT collection. Listed with a reasonable estimate of $10,000-15,000 (similar examples have sold upwards of $25,000 at auction).

– A mid-century modern painting by Emil Kosa Jr. (1903-1968), who, in addition to a successful painting career, also worked in Hollywood and won an Oscar for his work in Cleopatra, which starred Elizabeth Taylor.

– Paintings by renowned Filipino artist Romeo Tabuena (1921-2015), from a prominent Houston, Texas estate.

– A large Eduardo Guelfenbein (1953- ) abstract painting from a Hong Kong collection.

– A selection of antique 18th and 19th century Russian Icons, including rare, monumentally-sized examples.

– Mid-century paintings by important South African surrealist, Claude Bouscharain (1922- ). Bouscharain was married to South African modernist painter Erik Laubscher and studied under Fernand Leger in Paris (1950s).

– Early 1900’s California landscape paintings by a variety of artists.

– More than 50 Old Master Italian, Dutch, French and European paintings from 1500s to 1700s, including one from the circle of Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641) from the Newark Museum collection.

– A large selection of American artists, including John Joseph Enneking (1841-1916), Max Kuehne (1880-1968), Leonard Baskin (1922-2000). Also a Southwestern painting possibly by Maynard Dixon 1875-1946), initialed “M.D.”.

– British 19th century paintings, including a Henry Hetherington Emmerson (1831-1895) hunting scene showing Conway Castle in Wales, United Kingdom.

– Latin works of art by surrealist Jorge Noceda Sanchez (1931–1987) and Cuban modernist Lolo Soldevilla (1901-1971). Both served as cultural attachés in their lifetimes: Sanchez worked in Tokyo for the Dominican Republic embassy (1964), while Soldevilla was in Paris (1949-1957) representing Cuba.

Carlyle’s July 28 auction features nearly 200 lots. Many artworks are from local Los Angeles celebrity collections and estates, as well as consignors from all over the United States, and Europe, and Asia. Starting prices on some lots are only $100, with most items in the $2,000-5,000 range – making them highly accessible to collectors of all budgets.

The auction is online-only.
The full auction catalog is available at www.carlyle-auctions.com
Bidding is available through: LiveAuctioneers.com and BidSquare.com

Carlyle is now accepting consignments for the September 15, 2016 auction.

Carlyle Galleries International, Inc. is an online Fine Art Dealer & Auctioneer based in Beverly Hills, California, serving an international collector base in over 35 countries.

Carlyle specializes in the “middle-market”($5,000-$100,000) in: Old Master & 19th Century, Impressionist/Modern and Post-War & Contemporary art.


Jack Marks, CEO
Carlyle Galleries International, Inc.
9701 Wilshire Boulevard
10th Floor
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 579-9697 ext. 700

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