Lot 5 Lot 5: Richard Joseph Anuszkiewicz (b. 1930) Untitled (Portal Series), 1971

The sale features 146 carefully curated lots including Richard Joseph Anuszkiewicz's Untitled, 1971, from The Portal Series. Anuszkiewicz was part of the Anonima Group, a collective of Ohio artists who exhibited in the sixties. The collective handled the psychology of perception, creating a spatial dimension on two-dimensional surfaces for the viewer.

Lot 1 Lot 1: Clarence Van Duzer (1920-2009) Green, Orange, Blue, ca. 1965

Works by Anuszkiewicz's contemporaries Clarence van Duzer, Julian Stanczak and Edwin Mieczkowski will also be up for auction. Duzer's Op-art work Green, Orange, Blue, ca. 1965 playfully combines a kinetic sculptural burst of brass sunrays suspended above a geometric field of  colors, bright greens, orange and blues, a classic Op-art doctrine of colour and pattern.

Lot 8 Lot 8: Edwin Mieczkowski (b. 1929) Untitled, 2000, Assemblage

Lot 11 Lot 11: Joseph B. O'Sickey (1918-2013) Horses in Cornfield #6

Celebrated Pat Adams Clearing, which she completed during a visit to Kent State University in 1980. Aged 86, Adams  is one of the most awarded female artists living and active in the in North American art scene. Clearing was exhibited at The Berkshire Museum in 1988.

Lot 13 Lot 13: Pat Adams (b. 1928) Clearing, 1980

Lot 12 Lot 12: Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) Alice in Wonderland, 1947

Alice in Wonderland by Lichtenstein was completed in 1947 whilst the artist was completing his masters at Ohio Sate University.

Lot 38 Lot 38: Alexander Calder (1898-1976) Sea Creatures, 1969

Lot 69 Lot 69: Andy Warhol (1928-1987) Hot Dog Bean, 1969

Star lots by Modern and Contemporary giants include Calder's Sea Creatures, 1969 Warhol's Hot Dog Bean Soup Can , 1969 , Alex Katz Plaid Shirt 1 ,1981, and Chuck Close's Janet, 2007.

Lot 90 Lot 90: Alex Katz (b. 1927) Plaid Shirt 1, 1981

Lot 91 Lot 91: Chuck Close (B. 1940) Janet, 2007

An impressive collection of talented emerging Chinese artists' works will be going under the gavel.

The auction also includes works to benefit Kent State University's new Center for the Visual Arts, The Thomas D. Little Scholarship Fund and the School of Art Collection and Acquisition Fund. Artwork features works from alumni, donors and faculty including Morton Grossman, Patricia Zinmeister-Parker, Man Ray, Diana Al-Hadid and Robert Rauschenberg to name but a few.

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