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Rachel Lambert Mellon collections to sell at auction Monday starts three Sotheby auctions this month of more than 2,000 items from Bunny Mellon art, jewelry, furniture and decorative collections.
Monday. Nov. Nov. 21. Nov. Nov. 22 and 23. Where: Sotheby 1134 York Ave., New YorkSotheby offers ways to bid in person, by proxy, online or by mail. Auctions are open to the public with no admission charge or obligation to bid. Before bidding in person, registration is required. To place a bid, raise your numbered paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you. louis vuitton agenda illustre Casual gestures such as nodding, head scratching or waving your hand will not be mistaken for bids. A buyer premium is added to the auction. For lots or items priced up to and including $100,000, the buyer premium is 25 percent. For amounts between $101,000 and $200,000, louis vuitton ipad case amazon the buyer premium is 20 percent; it is 12 percent for those in excess of $200,000. Sales are subject to combined New York State and city taxes of 8.875 percent. Sotheby will not accept cash payments in excess of $10,000. Credit cards are not accepted. If a check is used, items will not be released until the check clears. Full payment is expected immediately after the fall of the hammer. Shipping is not included in purchase prices. One afternoon in the 1950s, Rachel "Bunny" Lambert Mellon wandered into artist Mark Rothko New York City studio and became engrossed in his paintings. Equipped with deep pockets and decisive taste, Bunny didn hesitate. The impromptu purchase instantly made Bunny one of the largest private collectors of the blossoming abstract expressionist, whose work now is among the most coveted of postwar American artists. Bunny, who died March 17 at 103, did not amass a world class art collection by following trends or buying "the best" du jour. If she did, she would have spent much of the 1950s and snapping up the likes of Monets from Paris. Instead, Bunny heiress to the Listerine fortune, close friend to Jackie Kennedy and second wife to billionaire philanthropist Paul Mellon simply knew what she liked and went for it. "She never bought art for investment," said Alexander D. Forger, Mellon executor, personal attorney and family friend. "She bought art because she loved what she saw, no matter who painted it." Two Rothko paintings, priced at $15 million to $30 million each, are among 43 masterworks from the "Collection of Mrs. Paul Mellon" up for public bidding this week at Sotheby auction house in New York City. The star is "Untitled (Yellow, Orange, Yellow, Light Orange)," a 1955 oil capturing daybreak from Rothko artistic prime; the other an untitled dark hued expanse from 1970 that could be the artist last piece before he took his life that spring. The rest of the lots range from contemporary abstracts louis vuitton purses with flowers to 17th century still lifes that were concealed for decades behind the Mellons doors, executed by renowned artists such as Richard Diebenkorn, Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Edouard Manet and Georgia O "If you want an A plus plus Rothko, this may be your last chance," said Sam Berkovitz, director of Concept Art Gallery in Regent Square. The first of three Sotheby auctions this month is scheduled for Monday and will feature more than 2,000 items from Bunny collections of art, jewelry, furniture and eclectic decorative pieces that adorned the Mellons private residences in the United States and abroad. Sotheby billed the showcase, expected to top $100 million, as "one of the last great private American 20th century collections." "The era of big houses that required to be fitted with beautiful things may be coming to an end," said Judith O CEO and director of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg. Reginato, who has covered the likes of famed hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, Oscar winning film producer Steve Tisch and the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, told the Tribune Review that Bunny had "a level of refinement that we probably never going to see again." "Everybody talking about it," he said of the auction. Excitement among elite collectors aside, the auction provides an unprecedented look into the life of one of America most reclusive socialites, louis vuitton bracelet bow known for her exquisite yet understated taste, masterful gardening skills and major contributions to the National Gallery of Art, the Washington museum conceived by Pittsburgh banking titan and former Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon. "The name Mellon is one of the few that conjures up associations with great American collectors of the Gilded Age like Frick, Carnegie and Morgan," said Sarah Hall, director of curatorial affairs at the Frick Art Historical Center in Point Breeze. "We wouldn have many of our most beloved museum experiences without the legacies of collectors like these.
" Kicking off the auction will be a 5 by 7 inch 1952 Rene Magritte gouache ($300,000 to $500,000) of Earth eclipsing a planet sized apple, a surrealist portrayal of connections between objects. "It very delicate, it amazingly smart and bright it just Bunny world," said Grgoire Billault, Sothe by contemporary art specialist. Many items echo Bunny passion for gardening, including porcelain cauliflower, asparagus and melon tureens ($7,000 to $30,000); early agricultural tools ($2,000 to $3,000); and a gold bracelet with watering can and wheelbarrow charms ($2,500 to $3,000).
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