Doyle New York (Auctioneers and Appraisers)
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Type Private
Industry Auctioneers
Founded 1962
Founder(s) William J. Doyle
Headquarters New York
Key people Kathleen Doyle, Rodney Lang,
Joanne Porrino Mournet, Kenneth C. McKenna
Product(s) Antiques, Fine Art
Revenue Unknown
Employees 75
Divisions American Furniture & Decorative Arts
Asian Works of Art
Books, Autographs & Photographs
Coins, Stamps & Collectibles
English & Continental Furniture & Decorations
Furniture & Decorations
Jewellery
19th & 20th Century Decorative Arts, Lalique & Majolica
20th Century Design
Paintings and Drawings
Prints and Posters
Rugs, Carpets & Tapestries
Website http://www.doylenewyork.com
Email moc.kroYweNelyoD|ofnI#moc.kroYweNelyoD|ofnI
Phone 212-427-2730
Doyle New York is one of the world's foremost auctioneers and appraisers of fine art, jewellery, furniture, decorations, coins, Asian works of art and a variety of specialty categories.

Located in New York City, the company also has a network of regional representatives throughout the United States, including an office in Georgetown serving the Washington, DC/Mid-Atlantic area.

The company conducts approximately forty sales each year that attract a broad base of buyers and consignors from around the world. These sales can be attended in person, and bidding is also available online through their website.

Doyle New York regularly works with prominent museums and distinguished institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum of Art and Princeton University, providing individualized appraisal and auction services for collections of all sizes.

In addition the company holds appraisal events in states across the country including Washington, Connecticut and Florida.

Foundation and history

Doyle’s was founded in 1962 as William Doyle Antiques, by the late William J. Doyle. In 1973, the company was incorporated as William Doyle Galleries Inc. and from 2001 has been trading as Doyle New York.1

In 1968, Doyle was joined by his wife Kathleen, who assumed the position of Director of Jewellery Exhibitions.

After pursuing an alternative career, Mrs Doyle returned to the company in 1992. After her husband’s death in 1993, Mrs Doyle became Chairman and CEO of Doyle’s.

Departments

European Art

Specialist: Elaine Stainton, Senior Vice President, Executive Director, Paintings
Doyle New York presents sales of fine European paintings, drawings and sculpture of the 19th and early 20th century twice a year. These include a wide variety of image types, including Academic studies, history paintings, genre subjects, landscapes and portraits, from all over Europe. The styles represented range from Neoclassicism to Impressionism to Post-Impressionism to early Modernism.

American Art

Specialist: Anne Cohen DePietro, Director, American Paintings
Doyle New York offers American art ranging from the 17th through the 20th centuries in approximately fifteen sales each year. Works span all price levels by a wide range of American artists in a variety of media. The semi-annual auctions of American Art offer important paintings and sculpture by American artists of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Modern and Contemporary Art

Specialist: Harold Porcher, Vice President, Director, Modern & Contemporary Art
The Modern and Contemporary Art auction presents a wide range of paintings and sculpture from around the world by some of the 20th and 21st centuries' most prominent artists. Works by American, European, Latin American and Asian artists encompass artistic movements from Cubism and Expressionism through the present day.

Old Master Paintings

Specialist: Elaine Stainton, Senior Vice President, Executive Director, Paintings
In its three yearly Continental sales, Doyle New York offers European old master paintings and drawings from the 15th through the early 19th centuries. These include works from Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, England, and Germany, with occasional offerings of Eastern European, Scandinavian, and Spanish Colonial pieces.

19th and 20th Century Furniture and Decorative Arts

Specialists: Malcolm N. MacNeil, Vice President, Appraiser
This popular auction showcases 19th and 20th century fine and decorative arts reflecting the opulence of the Belle Epoque. Extravagant furniture and decorations of the Louis XV and XVI revivals, Victorian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco eras will be offered, as well as art glass, porcelain,silver, marble statues, bronzes, ivories, mirrors, clocks, sconces, chandeliers, rugs and fin de siecle paintings.

20th century Design

Specialist: David A. Gallager, SVP, Director, 20th Century Design
The Doyle + Design auction features Modern and Contemporary furniture, decorations and art by some of the most prominent designers, makers and artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.

American Furniture and Decorative Arts

Specialist: David A. Gallager, SVP, Director, 20th Century Design
This auction showcases important American furniture and decorative arts from the Colonial period through the Federal and Classical styles. Silver, ceramics, mirrors, Chinese Export porcelain, American Indian art, and rugs will also be offered. A special section of the sale will feature a broad selection of paintings and Audubon, Currier & Ives, and topographical prints.

English & Continental Furniture and Decorative Arts

Specialist: Sebastian Clarke, VP, Director, English & Continental Furniture
Encompassing the 17th through early 19th centuries, this sale presents a broad selection of elegant English and Continental furniture, decorations, silver, porcelain, sculpture, mirrors, clocks, chandeliers, sconces, tapestries and rugs. Also featured is a large selection of Old Master paintings and drawings.

Rugs, Carpets and Tapestries

Specialist: Mark Topalian, Consultant Appraiser
Doyle New York offers rugs, carpets and tapestries with a broad range of estimates in sales throughout the year. Showcased are examples of Tabriz, Heriz, Mahal, Sarouk, Sultanabad, Kashan, Ouskak, Kirman, Fereghan, Senna, Ghiordes, Amrtisar, Meshed, Q’ashqa’i, Bokhara, Agra and other rugs from Asia and the Middle East, in addition to Aubusson, Savonnerie and Axminster rugs from Europe.

Jewellery

Specialist: Ann Lange, VP, Director, Jewelry Department
Doyle New York offers jewellery in auctions throughout the year. The Important Estate Jewelry sales, held three times each year, showcase luxurious jewelry that spans the Antique, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Modern eras. Featured are exquisite rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets set with diamonds, colored stones, jade and natural pearls, as well as gold jewelry, gentlemen’s accessories and objets de vertu, by such prestigious designers as Cartier, Bulgari, David Webb, Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati, JAR, Yard, Verdura, Schlumberger, and Tiffany & Co, among many others.

Watches

Specialist: Kevin Zavian, Consultant, Appraiser
Doyle New York offers fine watches in auctions throughout the year. The Important Estate Jewelry sales, held three times each year, showcase quality lady’s and gentlemen’s wrist and pocket watches spanning the Antique through Modern eras. Featured are timepieces by such makers as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Vacheron & Constantin, Chopard, Piaget, Hamilton, Longines, Breitling, Audemars Piguet, Tiffany & Co. and many others.

Asian Works of Art

Specialist: Marley Rabstenek, Consultant Appraiser
The Asian Works of Art auction presents the arts of China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia dating from the Neolithic Period through the 20th century. Offerings include pottery and porcelain, jade, scholar’s objects, bronzes, screens, furniture and paintings.

Prints and Posters

Specialist: Cynthia Klein, Vice President, Director
Doyle New York offers original prints from the 17th through the 21st centuries in approximately fifteen sales each year. Included are a wide range of artists at all price levels. Old Master, Modern and Contemporary prints auctions are held twice each year.

Books, Autographs and Maps

Specialist: Edward Ripley-Duggan, Director
Doyle New York holds two rare book auctions a year; autographs and maps and original illustration art are also included in these sales. The material listed ranges from early illuminated manuscripts to modern first editions. Autographs include letters and documents by American figures such as Washington, Lincoln, and presidential autographs generally; as well as literary and scientific figures such as Edison, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Twain, Hawthorne, Thoreau, etc.

Photographs

Specialist: Specialist: Edward Ripley-Duggan, Director
Doyle New York holds two photography sales (including examples of Photobooks) each year, April and November, in conjunction the Books and Prints sale. They achieve strong prices for 20th Century Photography from artists as diverse as Aaron Siskind, Brett Weston, Minor White, Paul Caponigro, Ansel Adams, Berenice Abbott, Brassaï, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Josef Sudek and others.

Coins, Bank notes and postage stamps

Specialist: Norman Scrivener, Consultant
The auction features a wide selection of American and World coins, banknotes, and stamps, including proof sets and many rarities.

Couture, Textiles and Costume jewellery

Specialist: Caroline Rennolds Milbank, Consultant Appraiser
Doyle New York has been the world's premier auctioneer of vintage couture, costume jewellery and accessories for almost 25 years. Doyle has set numerous world auction records for a number of designers and makers.

Auction catalogues

None currently listed

Notable sales

Art

  • ‘Un Beau Matin D'ete’ (1905) by Henri Matisse (1869-1954), sold for $1,136,000 in May 2006
  • ‘Rote Leiber’ (1929) by Oskar Schlemmer (1888-1943) sold for a record price of $2,480,000 in May 2006
  • ‘Aquatint of a Blind Minotaur’ by Pablo Picasso sold for $80,500 in November 2010

Jewellery

  • A platinum diamond ring, set with one 17.22 ct pear-shaped diamond and six tapered baguette-cut diamonds, sold for $764,000 in April 2005

Books

  • A 1922 signed first-edition copy of ‘Ulysses’ by James Joyce, sold for $133,000 in April 2008

Coins and banknotes

  • A mint-state 1915 S Panama-Pacific $50 Gold Round coin, sold for $162,000 in September 2007
  • A Kingdom of Hawaii $10 bank note, sold for $134,500 in November 2010

News & Events

Upcoming sales

  • January 29 - Important English & Continental Furniture/Old Master Paintings Sale
  • February 6 - Belle Epoque: 19th & 20th Century Decorative Arts
  • February 12 - Fine Jewelry & Contents of Safe Deposit Boxes
  • March 5 - Provident Loan Society: Jewelry, Watches, Silverware & Coins
  • March 7 - Collection of Charlotte Moss
  • March 18 - Asian Works of Art
  • April 8 - Doyle+Design / Street Art / Photographs
  • April 15 - Important Estate Jewelry
  • April 22 - American Furniture, Decorative Arts & Paintings
  • April 23 - Rare Books & Autographs
  • April 29 - Coins, Bank Notes & Postage Stamps
  • April 29 - Old Master, Modern & Contemporary Prints
  • May 8 - European, American, Modern & Contemporary Art
  • May 22 - Important English & Continental Furniture & Decorations/Old Master Paintings

See also

Main article: List of art dealers
Main article: List of antique dealers

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