Rare Painting Once Nearly Discarded Is Now for Sale Online by Mayo Auction and Realty

Press Release

updated: Mar 29, 2023

Unbeknownst to its owner, this original painting is the work of a renowned Modernist artist

A once ignored, forgotten, dusty, old painting has been recently discovered and identified as a lost work of art by an Impressionist and Realist artist. The oil on canvas was created by Ernest Lawson (1873-1931) who was a Canadian-American painter and original member of a small group of artists called The Eight. One of his more obscure works, “Jefferson Market Court” was recently found during a small estate auction and is now being offered for sale through online auction.

The artwork is open for bids in a stand-alone online auction, conducted by Mayo Auction and Realty of Belton, Missouri, ending April 13. “It’s an honor and a joy for us to have helped discover this lost piece of art and offer it to art collectors around the world,” says Robert Mayo, chief executive officer and auctioneer at Mayo Auction and Realty.

Private inspections of the art are available upon request Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Mayo Auction Cornerstone Showroom, 16513 Cornerstone Drive in Belton. Call 816-361-2600 to reserve an appointment. Online bidding ends Thursday, April 13. Visit www.auctionbymayo.com to view photographs, information and to place bids. 

Mayo Auction and Realty is a leading online auction provider in Kansas and Missouri and has more than 21 years’ of experience in real estate auction services, business asset liquidations, estate liquidations, equipment and vehicle auctions and appraisal services.

Media Contact: Robert Mayo, [email protected], 816-361-2600

Source: Mayo Auction and Realty

Originally published at https://www.newswire.com/news/rare-painting-once-nearly-discarded-is-now-for-sale-at-online-by-mayo-21995548

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