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John James Audubon's Carolina Parrot; An Example of Scientific Discovery & Globalizatoin May 18 2017

John James Audubon (1785-1851) Carolina Parrot, Plate 26 Engraving with Original Hand Color London: Robert Havell A highlight from our June 3rd, 2017 auction, John James Audubon's "Carolina Parrot" eloquently exemplifies Both Europe's and America's inclination towards globalization and scientific discovery.  As the Western world expanded its horizons and began to both trade with and colonize parts of South America, Africa, and Asia, Europeans were introduced to wide a range...

November 5th Auction this Saturday at 1pm November 01 2016

Arader Galleries is happy to announce our next auction will be held November 5th at 1pm at 1016 Madison Avenue.     This sale features aquatint engravings from John James Audubon's Birds of America, highlights including the Hooping Crane, Roseate Spoonbill, and Common American Swan, lithographs from his The Viviparous Quadrupeds of America, other natural history engravings, including artists Albert Seba, John Gould, Pierre-Joseph Redoute, and George Brookshaw. Following is...

March 16 Asian Auction March 03 2016

Our next auction will be held at 1016 Madison Avenue at 1pm. This sale, coinciding with Asia Week, will feature maps, rare books, views and stunning watercolors from the Asian continent. It would be our pleasure to mail a copy of the catalog to you, and to answer any questions you may have about auction lots or the bidding process! Please join us at our Madison Avenue location or place a...

Arader Galleries September 19th Auction September 08 2015

Arader Galleries' next auction, Audubon's Aquatints of Birds and Quads, Important Maps and Natural History Watercolors,  will be held in our 1016 Madison Avenue location starting at 1 PM on Saturday, September 19th!  The auction features mainly works on paper from noted American and European artists of the 16th - 19th centuries. The sale begins with a selection from Audubon's two masterpieces, The Birds of America and the Viviparous Quadrupeds...