Freeman’s February 24 auction, The Gilded Age, highlights the eclectic tastes of artists and collectors in the late 19th century, led by an impressive Russian silver-gilt imperial presentation tankard. Curated by Laura Sevelis, Junior Specialist British & European Furniture & Decorative Arts.
Auguste Rodin’s Mère et Fille Mourante, a moving mother-and-child sculpture, leads Freeman’s February 22 European Art and Old Masters auction; the work was commissioned by Mrs. Thomas Merrill in 1908 and has remained in the family for over a century. Curated by David Weiss, Head of Sale.
Freeman’s February 17 Books and Manuscripts auction is an Americana collector’s delight, with highlights led by an extremely rare Northwest Territory Land Ordinance from 1785. Curated by Darren WInston, Head of the Books and Manuscripts Department at Freeman's.
The holiday edition of Freeman’s Luxe: Boutique Jewelry features works by leading names and houses. Our Luxe auctions are excellent collector’s opportunities for classic diamonds, and this sale is no exception, from bracelets and necklaces to earrings and engagement rings.
Freeman’s presents Art and Design, a sale of fine furniture, design, and artwork by some of the most sought-after names of 20thcentury artistic production, led by a selection of walnut George Nakashima furniture from private family collections.
On December 7, Freeman's will bring to sale a selection of about forty paintings from a private Texas collection.
Led by the esteemed Collection of Virginia and Stuart Peltz, Freeman's December 5 sale will feature marquee names of the field, from 19th century landscapists Albert Bierstadt and George Inness to Illustration Art masters like Stevan Dohanos and Jessie Willcox Smith.
Freeman’s November 17 Modern and Contemporary Art auction offers something for collectors of all stripes, from Pop Art aficionados to connoisseurs of European Early Modernism. Curated by David Weiss, Senior Vice President and Head of Sale for the Modern and Contemporary Art department at Freeman's.
Freeman’s November 10 American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts auction features a fine selection of silver, furniture, paintings, flags, and objects illustrating the customs, politics, and design sensibilities of early America. Curated by Lynda Cain, Head of American Furniture Department.
Freeman's is honored to present The Alexander Hamilton Collection of John E. Herzog, a single-owner sale of Alexander Hamilton material, on October 25. Curated by Darren Winston, Head of the Books and Manuscripts Department.
A remarkable find after 177 years: A long lost official William J. Stone copy of the Declaration of Independence presented in 1824 to signer Charles Carroll of Carrollton.
A collection of 20th century design furniture and decorative objects and contemporary art. Curated by Tim Andreadis, Vice President and Head of Decorative Arts & Design department at Freeman's.
Freeman’s is pleased to present Sylvia Shaw Judson’s Bird Girl, the highlight of the June 6 auction. In addition to the sculpture, this auction will also feature several notable works by significant American artists, including Daniel Garber, Norman Rockwell, Edward Redfield, and William Harnett.
A collection of Modern and Contemporary art including an etching from William Kentridge's Sleeper Series. Curated by David Weiss, Senior Vice President and Head of Sale for the Modern and Contemporary Art department at Freeman's.