Bidding is open for LongHouse Auction on Paddle 8

An untitled diptych dated from 1980/2012 by Cindy Sherman has an opening bid of $4,500. Paddle 8

An auction benefiting LongHouse Reserve is open for bidding now at Paddle 8. The sale is being held in conjunction with the East Hampton garden and art center’s annual benefit on July 19.

Items include a Han Dynasty jar, a Christo and Jean Claude lithograph, a glass work by Dale Chihuly, a digital print by Eric Fischl, a screen print by Roy Lichtenstein, photographs by Fairfield Porter, a lithograph by Larry Rivers, and a diptych of photographs by Cindy Sherman, who is this year’s benefit honoree, among many others. 

The online bidding will continue through the event and conclude at 11 that evening. The link is http://paddle8.com/auctions/longhouse.

Roy Lichtenstein's "Mirror," a screenprint from 1990, had three bids as of Thursday morning with a current price of $3,150 against an estimate of $5,150.Paddle 8
Lys Marigold donated the Han Dynasty cocoon jar from 206 B.C. to A.D. 220. It has an estimate of $4,000 and an opening bid of $2,000.Paddle 8
Laurie Anderson, a long-time friend of Jack Lenor Larsen, the founder of LongHouse, donated one of her ink drawings from this year. It has a starting bid of $2,500.Paddle 8
Eric Firestone donated a drawing by Donald Robertson, who recently showed at the gallery, in acrylic paint and gaffer tape to the auction. It has a starting bid of $2,000.Paddle 8
Steve Miller, who has a work on view at LongHouse, donated an inkjet print on paper with a starting bid of $2,500.Paddle 8