Awesome Online Photo Auction –

Daniel Cooney Fine Art are auctioning a fantastic collection of photographs by masters such as Steichen, Steiglitz, W.Eugene Smith as well as works by more contemporary photographers such as Kate Breakey and Herb Ritts. The most important piece of information is that the auction ends in a few hours so you will have to be quick if you want to bid. By the looks of things there are some real bargains waiting to be snapped up so do take the time to have a browse.

See auction here:

 Awesome Online Photo Auction

According to the auction website:
Daniel Cooney Fine Art is proud to announce our current Photographs and Fine Art Auction. The auction offers some beautiful images by long time luminaries such as Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Lotte Jacobi and George Platt Lynes and many others. The auction also features a group of contemporary photographs by Kate Breakey, Tseng Kwong Chi and Herb Ritts among others. All of the artwork in the auction is available for personal inspection during gallery hours and by appointment. If you are unable to visit us please do not hesitate to contact us for detailed condition reports or any other reason

The great thing about i-gavel is that they are art and antique auction specialists and as such provide guarantees for authenticity & condition. If you miss out on the works being offered by Daniel Cooney you can check out other i-gavel auctions here:

William Mortenson, Human Relations, 1932 D1FF

 Awesome Online Photo Auction**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.comt Awesome Online Photo Auction, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.

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  • Deb Bretton Robinson

    In your article, you described some poor choices in the Sydney show as “decorative” work. In the art world, is decorative synonymous with “bad art” or otherwise unworthy of a second glance? (aka art-snob code lingo for “run far away quickly”?) If you or someone reading this could alleve my fears on this point with my own work (yes, a gallery owner in Boston did say it to me and I didn’t know any better) I would greatly appreciate it so I can change course or get out of the business completely. Thanks,
    Deb Bretton Robinson

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