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June 15th Decorative and Fine Arts Auction

June 15th at 10 am PST, Renew Gallery will be proudly hosting its second auction of the year. This collection includes a large variety of highly valuable and unique paintings, such as the works of Theo Tobiasse, Leonard James Gibbs, Richard Audley Freeman, and Jerry Barrett. Also presented will be a great number of numismatic materials, such as a very rare set of 1972 Munchen Olympics commemorative gold coins. Furthermore, there will be an 1830s coral carving with an unrivalled level of intricacy for its dimensions, as well as a number of other very well executed stained glass windows, ceramics, bronze sculptures, light fixtures, collectibles and much, much more.   To register on either LiveAuctioneers or ... Read more

One Owner Estate Auction

This March 30th, at 11 am PST, Renew Gallery will be presenting a large and varied estate containing high value and important art, silverware, ceramics, light fixtures, and much more. Some of the highlights of this estate are an 18th century Thomas Pitts sterling silver epergne, a large oil painting by Theo Tobiasse, an inlaid Ming Dynasty bronze censer, and two pastel nudes from the private collection of Canadian painter Louis Muhlstock. Local clients are welcome to visit the gallery for a private viewing of the estate.You can register today and start bidding on either of the platforms below: LiveAuctioneers https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/136912_one-owner-estate-auction/ Invaluable https://www.invaluable.com/catalog/tg40crpiif ... Read more

Rodin Revisited at the Musée des Beaux Arts

'Rodin Revisited', an exhibit currently running at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts  in collaboration with the Musée Rodin in Paris, ‘has taken on the task of reintroducing Auguste Rodin to an audience that may consider, in Hughes’s words, “reproductions of The Kiss and The Thinker the very furniture of cliché.” … According to the show’s first didactic panel, the general public’s understanding of sculptural practice is lacking and “nourished by a great deal of confusion,” and this extends particularly to the little world contained within the studio of Rodin…this exhibition seeks to clarify what we do not know. It explicates the processes behind the experimental practices…Rodin’s interactions with his team of 50-odd assistants, among them live, nude models, clay beaters, mortar plashers, stone ... Read more
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