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            • POLIA PILLIN (1909-1992) CERAMIC TRAY
              May. 16, 2024

              POLIA PILLIN (1909-1992) CERAMIC TRAY

              Est: $50 - $10,000

              Pillin studio mid century modern art pottery of two figures. Signed Pillin underneath. Dimensions: L 13.5" x W 7" Condition: Few edge chips/nicks. Some edge rubs.

              Westport Auction
            • Polia PILLIN (1909-1992), 'Akt' / 'Nude', 1952
              Apr. 15, 2024

              Polia PILLIN (1909-1992), 'Akt' / 'Nude', 1952

              Est: €80 - €160

              Technik: Tuschezeichnung auf Papier, Signatur: unten rechts signiert 'PILIN 52', Maße: 56 x 33,5 cm, Zustand: diverse Beschädigungen, rechte untere Blattkante hinterklebt

              Auktionshaus Schwab
            • Polia PILLIN (1909-1992), 'Im Blumenladen' / 'In the flower shop', 1954
              Apr. 15, 2024

              Polia PILLIN (1909-1992), 'Im Blumenladen' / 'In the flower shop', 1954

              Est: €180 - €360

              Technik: Gouache auf Papier, auf Karton gezogen, Signatur: unten links signiert 'Pillin Y54', umseitig mit etikett bezeichnet, Maße: 22 x 18 cm, Zustand: gut, vereinzelt mit oberflächigem Farbverlust, Rückseite fleckig

              Auktionshaus Schwab
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Large Bowl with Horses
              Feb. 13, 2024

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Large Bowl with Horses

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992) Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl with Horses, signed on the base, depicting a woman with bird, child with balloon, woman on horseback and a black and white horse, all on a brown ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. “In short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,” Pillin said. “The limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.” Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish People’s Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 10 1/2 in. x Width: 15 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, hairline from rim into background above white horse with tiny frit just below rim (not immediately noticeable). Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS IS’, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque with 3 Figures
              Feb. 13, 2024

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque with 3 Figures

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque with 3 Figures, signed lower right, depicting three figures holding flowers. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. “In short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,” Pillin said. “The limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.” Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish People’s Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 11 in. x Width: 11 in. Condition: Good condition, slight arch to plaque. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS IS’, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin Large Bowl with Horses & Dancers
              Feb. 13, 2024

              Polia Pillin Large Bowl with Horses & Dancers

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl with Horses and Dancers, signed on the bottom, decorated with dancers and horses. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. “In short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,” Pillin said. “The limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.” Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish People’s Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 10 3/8 in. x Width: 15 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, chip to rim. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS IS’, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin, Vase with Women and Horses
              Feb. 08, 2024

              Polia Pillin, Vase with Women and Horses

              Est: $600 - $800

              Polia Pillin, Vase with Women and Horses Los Angeles, California Glazed earthenware Signed to underside: “Pillin” H: 10 ¼, W: 3 ¾, D: 3 ¾ in. Provenance Property from a Private New Jersey Collection

              Freeman's
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Art Pottery Vase
              Jan. 09, 2024

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Art Pottery Vase

              Est: $50 - $500

              DESCRIPTION: Ceramic art pottery vase by Polia Pillin (1909 - 1992) featuring crackle glaze and bulbous form and depicting two women and a deer. Signed on underside. CIRCA: 20th Century ORIGIN: American DIMENSIONS: H: 6" Diameter: 4.5" CONDITION: Two minor chips to glaze at lip. Moderate craquelure consistent with age and use. Unless otherwise stated, all information provided is the opinion of our specialists. Should you have any specific questions regarding the condition of this lot, please use the ask question button or send us an email.

              Akiba Galleries
            • Large Grouping of Art Pottery
              Dec. 06, 2023

              Large Grouping of Art Pottery

              Est: $100 - $200

              Including examples by Fulper, Cuda, Tillin, Austrian and other examples. Also includes a Polia Pillin pillow vase. Tallest height: 12"

              Caza Sikes
            • POLIA PILLIN ART POTTERY VASE WITH DANCERS
              Nov. 29, 2023

              POLIA PILLIN ART POTTERY VASE WITH DANCERS

              Est: $100 - $150

              POLIA PILLIN ART POTTERY VASE WITH DANCERS The Polia Pillin (Polish 1909 _ 1992) ceramic vase of pillow form with both sides depicting dancing figures on blue, green, and pink ground, signed on underside of base. Height 6 inches, width 7.25 inches. SHIPPING NOTICE: Jackson's is your sole and only source for one stop packing and shipping. With over 50 years of experience, our professional, affordable and efficient in-house shipping department will be happy to provide you a fair and reasonable shipping quote on this lot. Simply email us before the auction for a quick quote: [email protected] or call 1-800-665-6743. Jackson's can expertly pack and ship to meet any of your needs. To ensure quality control Jackson's DOES NOT release to third party shippers.

              Jackson's International
            • William and Polia Pillin, Vase
              Nov. 15, 2023

              William and Polia Pillin, Vase

              Est: $700 - $900

              William and Polia Pillin Vase USA glazed ceramic 8.375 h x 6 dia in (21 x 15 cm) Glazed signature to underside 'W+P Pillin'. This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

              Los Angeles Modern Auctions
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992): Abstract
              Nov. 09, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992): Abstract

              Est: $700 - $1,000

              Polia Pillin Polish/American, 1909-1992 Abstract watercolor on paper signed lower right

              Abell Auction
            • Large Polia Pillin Vase
              Nov. 04, 2023

              Large Polia Pillin Vase

              Est: $400 - $600

              Vases & Vessels

              Palm Beach Modern Auctions
            • POLIA PILLIN GLAZED CERAMIC DISH. SIGNED PILLIN. DANCING FIGURES.
              Oct. 18, 2023

              POLIA PILLIN GLAZED CERAMIC DISH. SIGNED PILLIN. DANCING FIGURES.

              Est: $100 - $150

              Polia Pillin Glazed Ceramic Dish. Signed Pillin. Dancing Figures. Dimensions: H: 6.5 inches: W: 6.5 inches: D: 1.5 inches --- US Packing and Shipping charge: In house shipping available. Will be calculated once destination known. Plus insurance at a rate of $1 per hundred.

              Uniques & Antiques
            • POLIA PILLIN GLAZED CERAMIC VASE. SIGNED PILLIN. FIGURE PLAYING LUTE.
              Oct. 18, 2023

              POLIA PILLIN GLAZED CERAMIC VASE. SIGNED PILLIN. FIGURE PLAYING LUTE.

              Est: $120 - $200

              Polia Pillin Glazed Ceramic Vase. Signed Pillin. Figure playing Lute. Dimensions: H: 5.75 inches: W: 4.75 inches: D: 4.75 inches --- US Packing and Shipping charge: In house shipping available. Will be calculated once destination known. Plus insurance at a rate of $1 per hundred.

              Uniques & Antiques
            • POLIA PILLIN GLAZED CERAMIC VASE. SIGNED PILLIN. STANDING FIGURE.
              Oct. 18, 2023

              POLIA PILLIN GLAZED CERAMIC VASE. SIGNED PILLIN. STANDING FIGURE.

              Est: $150 - $250

              POLIA PILLIN Glazed Ceramic Vase. Signed Pillin. Standing Figure. Dimensions: H: 7.25 inches: W: 2.5 inches: D: 2.5 inches --- US Packing and Shipping charge: In house shipping available. Will be calculated once destination known. Plus insurance at a rate of $1 per hundred.

              Uniques & Antiques
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Square Vase with Horses
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Square Vase with Horses

              Est: $250 - $400

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Square Vase with figures and horses, signed on the underside, painted with figures on horseback. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 10 1/4 in. x Width: 4 1/2 in. x Depth: 4 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, frit to glaze on rim. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Small Bowl and Tray
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Small Bowl and Tray

              Est: $300 - $500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Small Glazed Ceramic Bowl and Tray, both signed on the underside, the 6 3/4 in. bowl painted with a woman with fish, triangular tray painted with a nude woman and fish. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of tray 12 3/8 in. x Width: 8 3/8 in. Condition: Good condition, wear to glaze on edge of small vase. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Trays
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Trays

              Est: $400 - $600

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Trays, both signed on the underside, comprising an oblong tray (9 7/8 in. x 5 5/8 in.) painted with girl with auburn hair holding birds and a circular tray also painted with a woman with birds. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of largest 10 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Woman with Bird
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Woman with Bird

              Est: $400 - $600

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Woman with Bird, signed lower right, painted with woman and bird, matted and in a painted wood frame, with label from Adele Bednarz Galleries, Los Angeles verso. Frame size: 18 in. x 18 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight of plaque 5 1/4 in. x Width: 5 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Bowl with Women & Birds
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Bowl with Women & Birds

              Est: $400 - $600

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Bowl Depicting 3 Women and Birds, signed on the underside, painted with 3 women and birds on a brown ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 5 3/4 in. x Width: 10 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Boxes
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Boxes

              Est: $400 - $600

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Boxes, one box of kidney shape (8 in. x 5 in.) decorated with Picasso style figures on a mottled black, white and grey ground and a rectangular box painted with a nude woman on a blue ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of rectangular box 1 1/2 in. x Width: 3 7/8 in. x Depth: 9 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, loss to glaze on one corner of lid. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Vases
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Vases

              Est: $500 - $700

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), 2 Glazed Ceramic Vases, both signed on the underside, the larger pained with woman with rooster, the other side painted with two women, the small vase (5 in. x 6 in.) painted with deer and dancers. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of largest 6 in. x Width: 7 1/2 in. x Depth: 4 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

              Everard Auctions and Appraisals
            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Two Glazed Ceramic Vases
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Two Glazed Ceramic Vases

              Est: $600 - $800

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Two Glazed Ceramic Vases, each signed on the underside, one of square form (10 1/4 in. x 4 5/8 in.) painted on each side with a woman holding a bird, the other depicting women with fish on a yellow ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of tallest 14 1/8 in. x Width: 4 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Blue Bowl
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Blue Bowl

              Est: $700 - $1,000

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Blue Bowl, signed on the underside, painted with three women, a horse and birds on a blue ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 5 3/4 in. x Width: 10 3/4 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Vase w/ Women and Horse
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Vase w/ Women and Horse

              Est: $700 - $1,000

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Vase with Women and Horse, signed on the underside, painted with women, dancers and horses on a multi-colored background. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 11 in. x Width: 9 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 3 Ceramic Vases & Dish
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 3 Ceramic Vases & Dish

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases & Dish, all signed on the underside, the tallest decorated with a figure on each side on a black ground, the circular 5 1/2 in. vase painted with a woman holding flowers, a woman and a horse with striped background (3 frits to glaze on rim), a 4 1/4 in. three sided vase pained with a woman on each side and a 4 3/4 in small dish painted with horses. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of tallest 9 1/4 in. x Width: 4 3/4 in. x Depth: 3 in. Condition: Good condition, see description. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases, all signed on the underside, comprising a tall blue vase painted with woman holding flowers (chip to glaze on rim), a wide vase (6 x 6 in.) painted with girl holding balloon, bird and dancer and a 5 1/2 in. vase painted with girl holding kite and bird (frit to glaze on rim). Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of largest 10 1/4 in. x Width: 4 3/4 in. x Depth: 3 in. Condition: Good condition, see description. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Circular Plaque
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Circular Plaque

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Circular Plaque, signed lower right, depicting woman holding flowers with bird on her shoulder, matted and framed. Frame size: 17 3/8 in. x 17 3/8 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight of plaque 9 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque Depicting 3 Women
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque Depicting 3 Women

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque Depicting 3 Women, signed lower right, depicting three women against a deep blue ground, matted and framed in a giltwood frame. Frame size: 22 3/4 in. x 23 1/4 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 9 in. x Width: 9 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque with 3 Figures
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque with 3 Figures

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque with 3 Figures, signed lower right, depicting three figures holding flowers. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 11 in. x Width: 11 in. Condition: Good condition, slight arch to plaque. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Square Tray and Plate
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Square Tray and Plate

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Square Tray with Birds and Plate, both signed on the underside, the tray painted with birds, the plate painted with a figure on horseback and two other horses. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of tray 11 1/2 in. x Width: 11 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, minor wear to plate edge, tiny frit to one corner of tray. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Mother and Child
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Mother and Child

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Mother and Child, signed lower right, depicting a mother and child, in a painted wood frame. Frame size: 19 1/2 in. x 18 1/2 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 10 in. x Width: 9 1/8 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame, some separation at joints of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Mother and Child
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Mother and Child

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Mother and Child, signed lower right, painted with woman and child, in a painted wood frame. Frame size: 19 5/8 in. x 18 5/8 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 10 in. x Width: 9 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame, some separation at joints of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Reclining Nude
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Reclining Nude

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Reclining Nude, signed lower right, depicting a reclining nude and two other figures against a blue ground, matted and framed. Frame size: 18 in. x 21 1/4 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 18 1/2 in. x Width: 11 3/4 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Mother and Child
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Mother and Child

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Mother and Child, signed lower right depicting mother holding a child in tones of blue on a blue background, matted and framed. Frame size: 29 1/2 in. x 26 5/8 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 12 3/4 in. x Width: 9 3/4 in. Condition: Good condition, minor glaze blemishes, minor scratch on upper right quadrant. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque Women w/Instruments
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque Women w/Instruments

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Women with Musical Instruments, signed lower right, painted with two women with musical instruments, matted and framed. Frame size: 23 1/2. in. x 20 3/4 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 11 3/4 in. x Width: 10 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Woman w/ Flowers
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque of Woman w/ Flowers

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque of Woman with Flowers, signed lower right, depicting a woman holding flowers against a deep blue ground, numbered ' #E1959' on verso, matted and framed. Frame size: 22 in. x 21 1/2 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 10 in. x Width: 9 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Two Sisters, Ceramic Plaque
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Two Sisters, Ceramic Plaque

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Two Sisters, Glazed Ceramic Plaque, signed lower right, depicting two women with birds, with old gallery label on verso, matted and framed. Frame size: 25 1/2 in. x 24 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: by sight 11 1/2 in. x Width: 10 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Triangular Bowl and a Vase
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Triangular Bowl and a Vase

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Triangular Bowl and a Vase, each signed on the underside, the bowl with sky blue interior and painted on each side with blue women (6 1/4 in. x 8 in.), the vase in tones of brown painted with women and birds. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of vase 9 3/8 in. x Width: 8 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, small chips to clear glaze on underside of vase. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), 3 Glazed Ceramic Vases, all signed on the underside, comprising a cylindrical vase painted with 3 standing female figures, a 6 in. tapering vase painted with musicians, and a 6 in. three sided vase painted with a blue eyed woman on each side. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of tallest 10 1/4 in. x Width: 3 5/8 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Vase with Horse & Figures
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Vase with Horse & Figures

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992) Glazed Ceramic Vase with Horse and Female Figures, signed on underside, painted with woman holding flowers, girl on a horse,, a dancer and two horses, on a yellow ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 11 in. x Width: 11 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Glazed Ceramic Lamp Base
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Glazed Ceramic Lamp Base

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992) Glazed Ceramic Lamp Base with Figures and Horse, signed on underside, painted with horses and figures on a white ground, with openings in top and bottom. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 13 1/2 in. x Width: 12 in. Condition: Good condition, craquelure to glaze, small firing crack near base. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Large Bowl with Horses
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992) Large Bowl with Horses

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992) Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl with Horses, signed on the base, depicting a woman with bird, child with balloon, woman on horseback and a black and white horse, all on a brown ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 10 1/2 in. x Width: 15 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, hairline from rim into background above white horse with tiny frit just below rim (not immediately noticeable). Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin Large Bowl with Horses & Dancers
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin Large Bowl with Horses & Dancers

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl with Horses and Dancers, signed on the bottom, decorated with dancers and horses. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 10 3/8 in. x Width: 15 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, chip to rim. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Ginger Jar Vase
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Ginger Jar Vase

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Ginger Jar Glazed Ceramic Vase, signed on the underside, decorated with 8 Figures with linked arms. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 11 in. x Width: 11 in. Condition: Good condition. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl

              Est: $1,200 - $1,800

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Large Glazed Ceramic Bowl, decorated with figure holding a kite, 2 figures dancing, girl holding a balloon, figure holding balloons, figure on a swing and birds in a tree, all on a cream ground. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: 10 3/8 in. x Width: 15 1/4 in. Condition: Good condition, star-form hairline on interior of bowl. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque w/ Fish/Still Life
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Polia Pillin (1909-1992), Plaque w/ Fish/Still Life

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Polia Pillin (Polish/American, 1909-1992), Glazed Ceramic Plaque with Fish/Still Life, signed lower right, of square rounded form, depicting vase, fruit and fish, mounted to a frame. Frame size: 27 3/4 in. x 27 3/4 in. Polia Pillin was a Polish painter and potter known for her distinctive ceramic pieces. Painted with delicate images of women, horses, and birds, her works have a whimsical quality reminiscent of the French-Russian artist Marc Chagall. ÒIn short, humble clay becomes a medium for painting,Ó Pillin said. ÒThe limit of which is defined only by the zeal and inspiration of the artist.Ó Born Polia Sukonic in 1909 in Poland, she immigrated with her family to the United States at age 15. She went on to study sculpture and painting at the Jewish PeopleÕs Institute in Chicago. In 1927, she met her future husband the Ukrainian immigrant poet William Pillin. The artist and her husband moved to Los Angeles in 1948, where she transformed their garage into her pottery studio. She died in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. Today, her works are held in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. (Artnet) Measurements: Height: of plaque 16 in. x Width: 15 3/4 in. Condition: Plaque in good condition, mounted. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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