Neoclassical Antiques

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Gallery Report: 1921 Martiros Saryan mountain landscape climbs to $40K
Gallery Report: 1921 Martiros Saryan mountain landscape climbs to $40K

ATLANTA – At the start of each month, ACN columnist Ken Hall gathers top auction highlights from across the United States and the world at large. The February 2023 edition of Ken’s Gallery Report features an abundance of intriguing results. All prices quoted include the buyer’s premium, except where noted. Martiros Saryan landscape, $40,625, Roland Auctions […]

Neoclassical Antiques

The term Neoclassical refers to the style that emerged in the late 18th century and lasted until the mid-19th century. The style appeared mainly in France, England, and America during the French and the American Revolution. As a response to the decoration used during the Rococo and Baroque periods, the Neoclassical style emphasized harmony. Neoclassical works took their cues from the styles of ancient Greece and Rome. Symmetrical, straight lines and simple forms, scrolled arms, column table legs, tapered and fluted chairs are characteristics of the Neoclassical style. Neoclassical style not only applies to furniture and decorative objects but also to art, jewelry and more. Jewelry aficionados are particularly interested in collecting rare cameo jewelry, one of the most sought-after neoclassical designs, found in <a hr


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