Susanin's is hosting two upcoming sales, a fine art sale on March 20 showcasing the artworks of modern masters like Frank Stella and Dale Chihuly, followed by a Premiere auction on March 21 with antique furniture and décor. Here are the highlights of each of the auctions:

Fine Art Sale- March 20

Reluctant Reunion by Hawaiian-born artist Ray Yoshida is an acrylic on canvas painting from 1981 that reflects Yoshida's "comic collage" style that incorporated abstracted figural shapes, comic-like graphics and folk art themes.
Estimated $8,000-10,000

Dale Chihuly is renowned for his colorful and curvaceous art glass vessels, like this work dating to 1983 with a pink-striped interior with mottled brown designs and a rich turquoise interior, edged by a yellow rim.
Estimated $2,000-4,000

This Bonne Bay lithograph and silkscreen is one of Frank Stella's most popular and iconic designs from his Newfoundland series, with its vivid color, delineated pattern and geometric shape.
Estimated $6,000-8,000

Greek-American Peter Voulkos pioneered the concept that ceramics could be sculptural abstract art, not just functional pieces. This stoneware charger is classic Voulkos, with its incised lines, sporadic paint, rough texture and irregular edge.
Estimated $2,000-4,000

Curving City, an acrylic on wood work by British artist Patrick Hughes, is an example of Hughes' fascination with perspective, linearity and dimensions that he plays with in his surrealist art.
Estimated $8,000-10,000

Premiere Auction - March 21

Orrefors Glasswork was founded in Sweden in 1898 and became a leading glass company of Art Nouveau design. This blown glass work was designed by Vicke Lindstrand, who was considered one of the top art glass designers of the 20th century. It is titled Pearl Diver and depicts three nude men swimming.
Estimated $500-700

These elaborate Meissen potpourri urns are decorated with delicate porcelain flowers and cherubs. Meissen porcelain production began in Germany in 1708 and remains one of the leading porcelain manufacturers in the world.
Estimated $800-1,200

These two Meissen figurines comprise a man and woman after models by famous designer Christian Gottfried Juchtzer (1752-1812). The man is depicted with a yellow floral frock coat and hat under his arm. The lady is depicted with multi-colored dress and corset, while lifting up an apron. Meissen became famous for their figurines in the Rococo style that often adorned grand dinner tables.
Estimated $2,000-4,000

This pair of Staffordshire deer form wall brackets are painted earthenware and date to the 19th century when they were produced in the British county of Staffordshire.
Estimated $300-500

This unique Coppertone pitcher with a fish-shaped handle is a stunning emerald color and was produced by Weller Pottery in 1929. The company, founded in 1872 in Ohio, was known for its beautiful art glass until its closure in 1948.
Estimated $300-500

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