Racing Memorabilia Timed Online Only Auction
Lots Begin Closing May 25th at 6PM EST
Session One of the Ripley Auctions Annual Indy 500 Racing Memorabilia Auction. This session will be online only. Winning bidders may pick up their items at the Session 2 Live Event that starts on Thursday May 26th at 1:00 p.m. This auction is full of items not only related to the Indianapolis 500 but to all forms of racing and automobilia.Bid Online Now!
Ripley Auctions Annual May Racing and Indy 500 Auction
Live and Online May 26th at 1PM EST
This sale has a wide variety of quality items from multiple consignors that had long affiliations with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The sale is highlighted by a pair of cufflinks owned by one the Speedway Founders James A. Allison. Finding items from the founders of the Speedway is near impossible and we are delighted to offer the cufflinks in our sale.Bidding Open Now!
Single Owner Estate Collection of 20th Century NYC Artists
June 4th at 11AM EST
Presenting The Lifetime Collection of paintings, sculpture, and prints from a Private NYC Gentleman. As we become familiar with this 60+ year single-owner collection, we discover the intention of focus on art by artists active in New York City throughout the 20th Century. Read More…Bidding Open Now!
May Estate Designer and Costume Jewelry
May 16, 2022 3:00 PM EDT
60+ lots of THE BEST Joseff of Hollywood including book pieces. 50 lots Miriam Haskell including parures and sets. 20 lots Christian Dior. 15 lots William DeLillo. 12 lots Yves Saint Laurent, YSL.
Schiaparelli, Chanel, Hermes, Tiffany & Co., Countess CIS, Lanvin, Pucci, Irina Jarworska Line Vautrin, Cilea, VRBA, KJL, Christian LaCroix, Eisenberg, Pennino, MB Boucher, Trifari Alfred Philippe, Coro, Schreiner, Juliana, Ciner, French Art Deco, Flapper, Russian enamel, Taxco / Frederick Davis, Hector Aguilar, Margot, charm bracelets, Victorian, Designer Sterling Silver
Super Sports & Memorabilia Sale
February 5, 2022 @ 11am ET
This auction is highlighted by Gary Brackett’s 2006 Super Bowl & 2009 AFC Championship rings. In addition we have a fantastic item signed by all members of the Rolling Stones and authenticated by PSA/DNA. We will have plenty of sports card singles and sets as well as autographed memorabilia.See Results!
Estate Art and Antiques
September 11th @ 11am ET
Ripley Auctions is proud to present Exceptional Estate Art in our Sept. 11th sale. The gallery is looking more like a museum as we get ready for this Premier Auction! We are looking around in amazement at the over 70 works from American Regionalist painters, of which approximately 50 pieces have ties to Indiana, i.e.; The Hoosier Group, Brown County, Richmond, and Hoosier Salon.
Several works come with a notable exhibition history… read more
Andrea Hastings VP of Appraisals shares her view here:See Results!
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Single Owner Estate Collection of 20thC NYC Artists
Saturday, June 4th @ 11am!
Presenting The Lifetime Collection of paintings, sculpture, and prints from a Private NYC Gentleman. As we become familiar with this 60+ year single-owner collection, we discover the intention of focus on art by artists active in New York City throughout the 20th Century. The 350 selected works encompass important pieces by the diversity of artists at the epicenter of the times and spanning the entire Century: including, Hudson River School, Regionalism, American Scene Painters, Social Realists, Modernists to Postmodernism, and Abstract Expressionism.Represented are works from well-known American artists around the WPA era and beyond, with many associated with the ACA Galleries (American Contemporary Artists, est.1932).
This well rounded representation wouldn’t be complete without showcasing the vibrant Russian Jewish Immigrant Arts Community who throughout the 20th Century have made such important contributions to every aspect of the American Experience as we know it. A true collector’s eye is apparent here as we notice prime and comprehensive examples from the lesser known artists active within the inner circles of New York City. Artists that aren’t as widely known but well worth collecting are expected to attract competitive bidding beyond expectations in today’s ever evolving and socially conscious market.
Many works boast period NYC exhibition provenance including ACA Galleries, Associated American Artists, and Regional Art Museums.
There is an Atillio Salemme with Guggenheim provenance, and Arnold Blanch from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and a Morris Kantor with Hirshhorn provenance.
Look for multiple works by many of these artists; Raphael & Moses Soyer, Philip Evergood, George Constant, Arnold Blanch, Joseph Solman, Morris Kantor, Atillio Salemme, Irene Rice Pereira, Jon Corbino, Chaim Gross, David Burliuk, Paul Burlin, William Gropper, Gerrit Hondius, Ralph Blakelock, Boris Dmitrievich Grigoriev, Abraham Walkowitz, John Costigan, Nicolai Cikovsky, Adolph Dehn, Emil Ganso, Rube Goldberg, Nahum Tschacbasov, Karl Zerbe, James Lechay, David Atkins, Ethel Magafan,
Howard Finster, Bruno Lucchesi, Budd Hopkins, Alexander Ney, Charles Burchfield, and more!!Browse and Bid Now!