Alacrify Ltd

Under the Hammer - Objects of Desire At Auction

Published on: 4th May 2009
By Alacrify

Under the Hammer - Objects of Desire At Auction

In April we worked with Dukes Auctioneers in Dorchester to produce a special slideshow of images from two of their forthcoming sales. These have been so popular that we're now preparing to create a third for their Jewellery auction in June.

The aim of the slideshows is to create a simple presentation of key auction lots to show to the public. These have included paintings and drawings by David Hockney, Henri Matisse and Lucien Freud. The superb professional photography adds a sense of class and quality to the finished results.

The forthcoming Decorative Arts Auction on 18th June also has a slideshow featuring items by Dante Gabrielle Rosetti, Bernard Moore, Christian Dell, Georg Jensen and Lucie Rie. These give the potential buyer a glimpse of the work that will be on sale and hopefully will entice others to attend the sale and viewings.


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