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A team of professional experts at Estuary Auctions will help appraise your items at no cost and welcome your consignments for sale at our in house or online auction. Interested to find out how much your item’s worth?

We have updated our terms and conditions, effective December 12, 2023. As part of this update, please be advised that our buyer’s premium is now 25%, and our seller’s premium is now 15%. We encourage you to review our updated terms and conditions before participating in any auctions. To  view the updated terms and conditions, please click here

 

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The Theatricality of Caravaggio
Like the Cathedra Petri (“Throne of Saint Peter“) by Bernini, which illuminates with opulence and glory a humble chair believed to have been used by the Prince of the Apostles, so does the light of God’s presence burst into a humble Roman tavern in Caravaggio’s “The Calling of Saint Matthew.” While Bernini’s light is richer …

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Michelangelo and Holbein
From the Laocoön to the Last Judgment: Unveiling Renaissance Mastery Perhaps nothing, like the discovery of the Laocoön statue in Rome in 1506, helps us understand the art of the Renaissance, especially the Italian Renaissance. As is known, Michelangelo Buonarroti himself was present at the finding of the statue. Leaving aside the meaning of the …

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