Summer Curated and Groll Estate Auction
By Willow Auction House
Jun 16, 2022
2 Frassetto Way Lincoln Park, NJ 07035, United States

Willow Auction House's June Summer Curated and Groll Estate Auction features a selection of modern, contemporary and comics art including an S&H Green Stamps lithograph by Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and Roy Lichtenstein art car models, Yarrowstalks issue 3 featuring R. Crumb, and an Ilse Bing silver gelatin print. Additionally, pieces from Banksy, Ai Weiwei, Damien Hirst, Robert Rauschenberg, Max Ernst, Wolf Kahn, Richard Anuszkiewicz and Marcel Van Eeden.

The auction also includes a Tiffany harp lamp with a favrile shade, a Tiffany Studios bronze cobra candlestick, 2 Meissen porcelain ewers, bronzes, a LeCoultre Atmos clock with original box, an L.N. Fowler Fleet Street phrenology head, and a complete 4 bottle set of Fulvio Bianconi Murano perfumes.

Additionally, the sale features a collection of firearms, including flintlocks, a C. Sharps pepperbox, rifles, and a Sharps / RS Lawrence lever action .52 caliber.

Rounding out the auction, a selection of furniture including mid-century and Danish modern, arts & crafts, and Renaissance revival. Among the highlights are a set of 6 Harry Bertoia for Knoll chairs and several pieces of Stickley furniture.

The last 45 lots come from the estate of Albert Lorey Groll. Born in New York City, Groll was best known for his landscape paintings of the American Southwest. The collection includes ephemera, photographs, sketches and artwork from Albert Groll's personal collection. Among the highlights, an oil on canvas by Groll titled Monument Valley Utah, and an Emil Carlsen oil with an inscription from the artist to Albert Groll.

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LOT 2:

Andy Warhol Tate Gallery Exhibition Poster

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Sold for: $300
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$ 100
Estimated price :
$200 - $300
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Andy Warhol Tate Gallery Exhibition Poster
Andy Warhol (American, Pittsburgh, 1928-1987). Poster for the Warhol exhibition at the Tate Gallery from February 17th to March 28th, 1971. Published and printed in Great Britain by The Hillingdon Press. Lower left corner has very slight fold, slight tattering to upper right.
Unframed sheet size: 30" x 20"

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