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Lot 35: Jorge N Sanchez (DR 1931-1987) Surreal Oil

Est: $3,000 USD - $5,000 USDSold:
Joshua KodnerMarch 09, 2024Dania Beach, FL, US

Item Overview


Jorge Noceda Sanchez (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC / UNITED STATES / FORIDA / NEW YORK, 1931 - 1987) surrealist oil painting on canvas depicting a desolate landscape scene with legs and ballet shoes. Very skilled artist with a hand that appears to have the talent near that of Salvador Dali. Signed to lower right and dated 8-5-59. Verso of canvas further signed and dated. Verso also denotes the city of New York, #10 and a crown drawing. Mounted in a wooden frame. Canvas on stretcher measures approx. 12 1/4" height x 16 1/4" width. Measures approx. 17 1/2" height x 21 1/2" width overall including frame. Appears in overall good condition. A surrealist painter, Jorge Sanchez was a native of the Dominican Republic and received his medical degree from the University of Santo Domingo, D.R. in 1952. Upon graduation he moved to New York to specialize in gastroenterology at New York University, but in 1956 he enrolled at the National Academy of Fine Arts in New York City, where he received instruction from French and American artists including Robert Philip and Ren? Bouche. He received immediate critical acclaim at exhibitions in New York, Havana, and Santo Domingo, and later in Paris, Washington D.C., and Mexico City, and by 1959 Sanchez decided to leave medicine and focus on his artwork. The subjects of Jorge Noceda Sanchez' paintings often include flowers, harlequins, bulls, musical instruments, or abandoned buildings set in a desolate desert setting. He contrasts bold colors and hints at multiple unseen natural sources of light that cast shadows in conflicting directions. In 1959, Sanchez embarked on a world tour and exhibited in Tokyo, Hong Kong, New Delhi, Tel Aviv, Athens, Rome and at the Royal Academy in London. In 1960, he won a Gold Medal Award at the Biennial in S?o Paulo, Brazil. In 1964 the Dominican Republic appointed Sanchez Cultural Attach? of the Dominican Embassy in Tokyo. In 1966, Dr. Sanchez began became the first Dominican painter to exhibit at the Association Fraternal Latinoamericano. Sanchez later exhibited at Galleria 88 in Rome, the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C., and galleries in New York City. Dr. Sanchez retired to Miami where he died of cancer in 1987. Sources include: wikipedia.org JD/B13/SH:2C

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Accepted forms of payment: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Paypal, Visa, Wire Transfer


Except for jewelry items, Kodner Estate Holdings does not provide in-house shipping. All other items subject to description are shipped by a third-party. Upon approval we will release you items to Pakmail, 305-274-2700 to provide you a quote or to any to any other shipping company you direct. We recommend calculating costs of shipping prior to bidding. Contact: [email protected]

Auction Details

Important Things

Joshua Kodner
March 09, 2024, 11:00 AM EST

19 S. Federal Highway, Dania Beach, FL, 33004, US


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Terms and Conditions

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You can bid before the auction through liveauctioneers.com, as a phone bid caller, absentee bidder or in person bidder on the day of the auction in our Dania Beach gallery location. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale All property offered and sold through Kodner Estate Holdings, LLC ("Auctioneer", or "Broker", or the "Company") shall be offered and sold on the terms and conditions set forth in these Conditions of Sale. By participating in any sale, you acknowledge that you are bound by these terms and conditions.

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Kodner Estate Holdings, LLC
15. S Federal Hwy
Dania Beach, FL 33004

Shipping Terms

Except for jewelry items, Kodner Estate Holdings does not provide in-house shipping. All other items subject to description are shipped by a third-party. Upon approval we will release you items to Pakmail, 305-274-2700 to provide you a quote or to any to any other shipping company you direct. We recommend calculating costs of shipping prior to bidding. Contact: [email protected]