Modern Masters La Jolla Fine Art Auction

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Modern Masters La Jolla Fine Art Auction

Modern Masters La Jolla Fine Art Auction

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Fine Art - Original Paintings, Statues, Schreck, Bonheur, Andreoli, etc. Email or text with questions (619) 787-4906 or casey@northcountyauctions.com

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In Flight by Michael Schreck Crystalline Onyx

Lot # 10      

His marble sculptures, all colors and variations, are in permanent collections in museums in Lausanne, Switzerland; Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel; Manchester, N.H.; Huntington, N.Y.; New York City and Jacksonville.

He received the City of Hollywood Appreciation Award for the Masada Monument, unveiled in May 1974, at Temple Sinai.

Schreck?s sculptures are in the permanent collection of the Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach. The Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale recently selected three paintings to add to its collection of his sculptures.

Schreck holds a life fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts in London, where he worked and exhibited for 10 years.

After living and working in Vienna, Paris and Canada, Michael Schreck found Florida. His creative senses responded to the forces of his surroundings.

?I fell in love with the ocean and shells on the beach,? he said.

He frequently works at his studio in Carrara, Italy, where he carefully selects his marble and stone.

According to Richard A. Madigan, Director, Art Museum of Palm Beaches, Norton Gallery of Art, ?he is a skilled selector of stones, as well as master of sculpting them.?


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Heavy Bronze Statue Of Horse. Engraved P.j. Mene

Lot # 13      

12in. tall 16in. wide. Has 2 minor 1in. Cracks on marble base. 0623 GABE
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Via Varese by Andre Andreoli, Oil on Canvas

Lot # 20      

Appraised at $4500  Andre Andreoli was born in Amsterdam, Holland on November 25th, 1944, as he himself said, however on his death certificate it says 1933.  His father whom he loved very much was President of an American Company, General Tire and Rubber Int. in Amsterdam so he was a naturalized American.  There were 7 brothers and sisters.  Andre's Royal Crest is registered in Holland, however he told me that his father's family originated from Milan, Italy.

His main artistic inspiration as a child was visiting the Museums of Europe.  He studied architectural drawing at the University, however he was predominately self-taught. When his father passed away, he moved to the US, Akron, Ohio, and worked with his Father's brother's business.  He soon found out, he was not cut out for this business, and decided to start painting images of Italian facades because he always loved Italy. He was immediately popular, and sold them right away. He lived in Los Angeles, CA, and was with the Greg Juarez Gallery, and then  the Hammer Gallery in NYC, and then Wally Findlay Int. He was also with the Florence Art Gallery, and lived with his wife in Florence, Italy, at Villa Malenotti.

Andre immediately developed his own unique style, sense of color. He sold paintings to many celebrities, socialites, and famous people such as Johnny Carson, Hedy Lamar, Andre Andreotti, and many others. He could never keep a painting on the wall, they were sold as soon as he painted them. He had an extraordinary ability to focus on details for long periods of time. He was ingenious in his natural and spontaneous ability to paint both Italian facades, and Dutch winter scape paintings, as he never took a painting lesson in his life. 

He had movie star looks, with a very friendly, warm personality which attributed to his popularity.  After painting all day, he would spend his evenings working on inventions. He and his wife lived in Palm Beach, Florida.

Written and submitted by Pamela De Fina who lived with/was married to the artist for 16 years.

Andre Andreoli, the painter, was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 25 November 1933. He died in 2001. His parents were U.S. citizens, his father being president of a subsidiary of an American company.

Andre had five brothers and sisters. After schooling in Amsterdam, he, a U.S. citizen, was drafted into U.S. Army. Upon completion of military service he resided mainly in the U.S., Italy and the Netherlands.  His painting techniques were mostly self-taught.
 
Written and submitted by Joseph Andreoli, brother of the artist.
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Cyclops by Michael Schreck Green Persian Onyx

Lot # 30      

His marble sculptures, all colors and variations, are in permanent collections in museums in Lausanne, Switzerland; Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel; Manchester, N.H.; Huntington, N.Y.; New York City and Jacksonville.

He received the City of Hollywood Appreciation Award for the Masada Monument, unveiled in May 1974, at Temple Sinai.

Schreck?s sculptures are in the permanent collection of the Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach. The Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale recently selected three paintings to add to its collection of his sculptures.

Schreck holds a life fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts in London, where he worked and exhibited for 10 years.

After living and working in Vienna, Paris and Canada, Michael Schreck found Florida. His creative senses responded to the forces of his surroundings.

?I fell in love with the ocean and shells on the beach,? he said.

He frequently works at his studio in Carrara, Italy, where he carefully selects his marble and stone.

According to Richard A. Madigan, Director, Art Museum of Palm Beaches, Norton Gallery of Art, ?he is a skilled selector of stones, as well as master of sculpting them.?


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Queen of Hearts by Michael Schreck Versilia Onyx

Lot # 63      

His marble sculptures, all colors and variations, are in permanent collections in museums in Lausanne, Switzerland; Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel; Manchester, N.H.; Huntington, N.Y.; New York City and Jacksonville.

He received the City of Hollywood Appreciation Award for the Masada Monument, unveiled in May 1974, at Temple Sinai.

Schreck?s sculptures are in the permanent collection of the Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach. The Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale recently selected three paintings to add to its collection of his sculptures.

Schreck holds a life fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts in London, where he worked and exhibited for 10 years.

After living and working in Vienna, Paris and Canada, Michael Schreck found Florida. His creative senses responded to the forces of his surroundings.

?I fell in love with the ocean and shells on the beach,? he said.

He frequently works at his studio in Carrara, Italy, where he carefully selects his marble and stone.

According to Richard A. Madigan, Director, Art Museum of Palm Beaches, Norton Gallery of Art, ?he is a skilled selector of stones, as well as master of sculpting them.?


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Sound of the Seas by Michael Schreck

Lot # 66      

His marble sculptures, all colors and variations, are in permanent collections in museums in Lausanne, Switzerland; Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel; Manchester, N.H.; Huntington, N.Y.; New York City and Jacksonville.

He received the City of Hollywood Appreciation Award for the Masada Monument, unveiled in May 1974, at Temple Sinai.

Schreck?s sculptures are in the permanent collection of the Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach. The Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale recently selected three paintings to add to its collection of his sculptures.

Schreck holds a life fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts in London, where he worked and exhibited for 10 years.

After living and working in Vienna, Paris and Canada, Michael Schreck found Florida. His creative senses responded to the forces of his surroundings.

?I fell in love with the ocean and shells on the beach,? he said.

He frequently works at his studio in Carrara, Italy, where he carefully selects his marble and stone.

According to Richard A. Madigan, Director, Art Museum of Palm Beaches, Norton Gallery of Art, ?he is a skilled selector of stones, as well as master of sculpting them.?


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South Sea Leaf by Michael Schreck 1 of 7

Lot # 96      

His marble sculptures, all colors and variations, are in permanent collections in museums in Lausanne, Switzerland; Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel; Manchester, N.H.; Huntington, N.Y.; New York City and Jacksonville.

He received the City of Hollywood Appreciation Award for the Masada Monument, unveiled in May 1974, at Temple Sinai.

Schreck?s sculptures are in the permanent collection of the Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach. The Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale recently selected three paintings to add to its collection of his sculptures.

Schreck holds a life fellowship at the Royal Society of Arts in London, where he worked and exhibited for 10 years.

After living and working in Vienna, Paris and Canada, Michael Schreck found Florida. His creative senses responded to the forces of his surroundings.

?I fell in love with the ocean and shells on the beach,? he said.

He frequently works at his studio in Carrara, Italy, where he carefully selects his marble and stone.

According to Richard A. Madigan, Director, Art Museum of Palm Beaches, Norton Gallery of Art, ?he is a skilled selector of stones, as well as master of sculpting them.?


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Framed LE 594/1000 Serigraph titled Montmartre with COA

Lot # 104      

29in.tall 33in. wide. signed by Mark King. 0623 CLAD
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Geronimo Native American Bronze Bust

Lot # 201      

11in. tall 5.5in.wide. Bronze bust by Henry Alvarez (1944-2012), a talented Southern California artist The bust is signed by the artist and cast at the Andevan. 0623 BRIT
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Henry Alvarez Bronze colorized Bust

Lot # 202      

Henry Alvarez Bronze colorized Bust of Native American Chief with headdress. 13?H x 13.5?L x 13?W. In excellent condition, nice detail and great mild color. Signed by Henry Alvarez. Black Limestone Base. 0623 BRIT
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Framed Canvas Art of Indian Maid at Stockade w/ Signature and Date - Dock Wooten

Lot # 203      

45in. tall 32in. wide. Says Dock Wooten 1980. 0623 BRIT
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Framed Canvas Art W/signature

Lot # 205      

32in. tall 43in. wide. 0623 BRIT
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