Fuller’s Fine Art Auctions at 730 Carpenter Lane in West Mt. Airy will host a sale this Saturday, May 21, starting at noon, comprised of 182 lots of a wide variety of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, art glass and a tapestry.

This piece is by Johann Holmstedt, (Swedish, 1851-1929), “In the Lofotes,” oil on canvas, 23-1/2 x 31-1/2 inches (stretcher), in a period wood frame. Provenance: A private collection in Jenkintown. The presale auction estimate is $800 to $1,000.

Highlights of the sale include paintings by Benito Quinquela Martin, “Rincon de la Boca” ($15,000-$20,000); Claude Vénard, “Le Sacré Coeur, Paris” ($4000-$6000); Morris Blackburn, an untitled Beach/Dock Scene ($1000-$1500); James Longacre Wood, an untitled Floral Still Life ($1000-$1500); a large group of prints including Joan Miró, “Le Dandy” ($6000-$8000); Andy Warhol, “Flash, November 22, 1963” ($4000-$6000); Robert Indiana’s “Hope” ($3000-$5000) and “Art” ($600-$900); Claes Oldenburg, “Proposal for a Colossal Monument…” ($1000-$1500); A 1959 photograph by Paul Caponigro, “West Hartford, Connecticut, Rock Wall” ($800-$1200); a large group of works on paper including Dox Thrash, “Theatrical Illustration” ($600-$800); etc.

Excellent examples of contemporary glass include three Glass Vases by William Morris, estimated at ($6000-$8000), ($3000-$5000) and ($1000-$1500), respectively; and Dale Chihuly’s untitled Seaform Series ($3000-$5000). A tapestry after the famous Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington, who was once married to Max Ernst ($8000-$12,000). Sculpture by Val Bertoia and a bronze sculpture, “After August Rodin, Man with a Broken Nose” ($300-$500).

Interested persons can preview the sale in person at Fuller’s Mt. Airy location through Friday, May 20, noon to 5 p.m. daily. There

A work by Benito Quinquela Martin, (Argentinean, 1890-1977), “Rincon de la Boca,” 1963, oil on masonite, 23-1/2 x 27-1/2 inches (board). Estimate: $15,000-20,000

will be a reception Thursday, May 19, 5 to 8 pm. On Saturday, doors will open at 9 a.m.; auction begins at noon.

Fuller’s will accept telephone line requests and absentee bids until noon on Friday, May 20. Real-time online bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.com beginning at noon on May 21. Advance registration is required. The principal auctioneer is Jeffrey P. Fuller, President of Jeffrey Fuller Fine Art, Ltd. since 1979 and an Accredited Senior Appraiser of the American Society of Appraisers since 1984.

The public can view the full auction catalog online at www.FullersLLC.com. More information at 215-991-0100.