2016 Larsen Art Auction to include Warhol, Picasso and Chihuly

Andy Warhol's print of Mick Jagger (submitted photo)

Andy Warhol’s print of Mick Jagger, an example of available items at the 2016 Larsen Gallery. (submitted photo)

The Larsen Gallery is preparing for its 2016 Larsen Art Auction, slated to be Saturday, Oct. 22, in Scottsdale.

All lots will be previewed at the gallery beginning Oct. 1 until the day of the auction, according to a press release. Well-known celebrity auctioneer, Jason Brooks, seen on Discovery Channel’s Auction Kings and the Rachel Ray show, once again returns to the Larsen Art Auction.

Larsen Gallery, a national leader in the secondary art market for 24 years, has acquired a collection of consignments of internationally known and respected artists — original paintings, sculptures, glass, photography and limited edition graphics.

In a newly renovated 5,400 square foot gallery located at 3705 N. Bishop Lane, the auction is to start at 10 a.m. The auction is expected to attract an international audience, the release stated.

Collectors may bid online, via phone or in person at the gallery. Last year’s auction attracted registered bidders from all 50 states and more than 30 countries. Collectors can register at www.larsenartauction.com or call 480-941-0900 for assistance.

Following is a partial listing of artists represented in the auction:

  • Esteban Vicente
  • Theodoros Stamos
  • Roy Lichtenstein
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Andy Warhol
  • Alex Katz
  • Sam Francis
  • Ellsworth Kelly
  • Ed Ruscha
  • Frank Stella
  • Dale Chihuly
  • Norman Bluhm
  • Philip Pearlstein
  • LeRoy Neiman

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