Neal Auction Company

Neal Auction Company is New Orleans’ oldest and most esteemed auction house. Founded in 1983, Neal Auction Company has continually set record prices for fine art and antiques and has established themselves as the South’s foremost auctioneer in the sale of American Regional works of art and furniture.

Neal Auction Company hosts six fully catalogued sales a year at their historic Magazine Street Gallery. Each auctions is comprised of fine art and antiques from a combination of estates, private collections, and cultural institutions. Every auction is both nationally and internationally advertised in a number of publications and media outlets, delivering consignors the best possible exposure for their property. Each sale is accompanied by an illustrated colour catalogue where every item is appropriately described and estimated. Furthermore, Neal Auction Company’s award-winning website features images of all the lots at auction, and directs buyers from around the world to their sales.

Neal Auction Company has an accomplished history of presenting and selling important works of art. Their reputation as the market leader for the professional presentation and sale of art and antiques ensures that the highest prices are realised for all objects sold. Additionally, the trust and relationships which they have built over the years with museums, cultural institutions, scholars, and private collectors mean that the most likely buyers for such material are assured by their expertise, scholarship, and professional handling and presentation of objects.

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''I had a lot of dates but I decided to stay home and dye my eyebrows'' - Andy Warhol
Whether you share the same sentiments about Valentine's Day as Andy Warhol, or you're more of a romantic with all the best lines like Picasso, who once said ''Love is the greatest refreshment in life,'' there's no escaping all the hearts and flowers.

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Louis Icart (French, 1888-1950)
Louis Icart (French, 1888-1950), "Fair Dancer", 1939, etching and aquatint, pencil-signed lower right, embossed "L.I. Paris" lower left, 19 1/4 in. x 22 3/4 in., framed Neal Auction Company
Ke Francis (Tennessee/Florida, b. 1945)
Ke Francis (Tennessee/Florida, b. 1945), Jugline: A Fish Tale and a Portfolio of Prints, including the illustrated "The Walking Catfish" story and 10 tipped-in woodcut prints "Relating to the Pastime of Fishing", all prints pencil-signed, titled and numbered, published by The Hoopsnake Press, Tupelo, Mississippi, 1992, numbered 117 of a 250 edition, pencil signed on Colophon page by author/illustrator, in a clamshell box Neal Auction Company
Abbott Fuller Graves (American, 1859-1936)
Abbott Fuller Graves (American, 1859-1936), "Brulatour Courtyard, Vieux Carre, New Orleans", c. 1927-28, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 24 in. x 20 in., period frame Note: Abbott Fuller Graves was an influential Boston painter known for floral garden scenes painted in a colorful, Impressionistic style. Not fond of the cold New England winters, Graves traveled to different tropical locales during that time of year. He visited New Orleans during the winters of 1927 and 1928 and was inspired to paint the courtyards of the Vieux Carré. The painting presented here is a lovely example of one such scene - a painterly view, with the effects of sunlight and shadow rendered very skillfully. In his view of the often depicted Brulatour Courtyard, Graves imparts his own style and penchants for tropical scenery by prominently and vibrantly painting the colorful flowers and plants. The Brulatour Courtyard was a popular subject for many artists of the period since the Brulatour Mansion at 520 Royal Street was the home of the Arts & Crafts Club of New Orleans for many years. Neal Auction Company
American Quezal Blue Pulled Feather Glass Shades
Four American Quezal Blue Pulled Feather Glass Shades, early 20th c., marked 'Quezal', lobed bodies, gold iridescent interiors, h. 5 1/2 in. Provenance: The Service Collection, Estate of Grant A. Oakes, Warren, OH Neal Auction Company
A Group of Three Chinese Glass Snuff Bottles
A Group of Three Chinese Glass Snuff Bottles, first of goldstone flecked green glass, height 2 1/8 in.; second of goldstone glass, height 2 3/8 in.; third of red overlay bubble suffused clear glass, height 3 in Neal Auction Company
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Neal Auction Company
4038 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Local: 504-899-5329
Fax: 504-897-3808
Toll Free: 800-467-5329