Palacio de Memoria’s auction house, Casa de Memoria, launched The Casa Online that will underline a series of auction events primarily aimed at budding art enthusiasts who are starting to excavate into a universe of auctions.
Casa de Memoria is famous for auctioning mostly European humanities and antiques. Following a success of its Primero and Segundo anniversary and initial online auctions, the Lhuillier-managed auction residence continues to change a efforts online (especially during these times), charity immature and amateur collectors accessible, smaller art pieces and engaging bric-a-brac and collectibles.
The Casa Online will be featuring a array of during slightest 4 online auctions, starting with “The Casa Online 01” on Saturday, Jul 11.
It will underline several European pieces such as paintings, sculptures, houseware and bric-a-brac, among other items. Included in this Saturday’s auction is a 19th century stipple by French painter Henri Matisse patrician “Portrait of a Girl.” Other equipment that will go underneath a produce are a bronze sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye, “Cafetera” by Basque artist Victor Arrizabalaga and 19th century Spanish artist Francisco Hernandez Monjo’s sketchbook containing a collection of his watercolors.
A apportionment of a proceeds from The Casa Online 01 will be donated to Sagip Kapamilya, a emergency humanitarian assistance module of a ABS-CBN Foundation.
One can pre-bid before a auction starts so go and register now during www.casadememoria.com and try your palm during bidding, we might get lucky!
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