2017 RAA&M ANNUAL ART AUCTION
Saturday, May 6th ~ 2 PM (EST)
Over 200 Lots Featuring Works by
Historic American Artists ~ Primarily Cape Ann School
Hibbard, Thieme, Gruppe, MacRae, Peterson, Vincent, Stevens, Kuehne, Pearson, Cirino, Strisik, Czerepak, Cady, Corey and many more!
Saturday, May 6th in the Hibbard & Maddocks Galleries of the RAA&M
Judith A. Curtis Gallery Talk: Sunday, April 30th, 2 PM
Join art historian and author Judith A. Curtis for a gallery talk and walk-through tour of the auction artists, as featured in her article from the current issue of American Art Review magazine titled “A Nod to Past Painters of Cape Ann.”
Evening Preview Reception: Friday, May 5th, 5 – 7 PM
To View a Photo Catalog of all 217 lots: http://rockportartassn.org/2017-auction-catalog/Each year, this prestigious fundraising event attracts serious collectors from across the country, as well as those just starting a collection.
Held in the Hibbard Gallery of the Rockport Art Association & Museum (RAA&M), the auction features works by masters of the Cape Ann School including Aldro T. Hibbard, Anthony Thieme, Emile Gruppé, Harry A. Vincent, W. Lester Stevens, Max Kuehne, Marguerite S. Pearson, Antonio Cirino and Paul Strisik and numerous other renowned Cape Ann artists of the past such as Emma Fordyce MacRae, Jane Peterson, Harrison Cady, Al Czerepak, Bernard Corey and many more.
The auction, now in its 32nd year, began with a bequest by founding member Antonio Cirino (1888-1983). Cirino left his artwork to the Association with the stipulation that the art be auctioned to help support the organization. The auction quickly evolved to include other historic Cape Ann artists, and has been the RAA&M’s major annual fundraising event ever since.
Join us at the Rockport Art Association & Museum for our auction on Saturday, May 6th. Bidding is also available live online via LiveAuctioneers.com or by submitting an absentee bid with the RAA&M in advance. Please note: Our online bidder registration deadline is 24 hours prior to the auction.
For more information about the auction, please contact Margaret Redington by phone: 978-546-6604 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org