Palm Springs, California, 28 June 2023 – Emmanuel Snitkovsky’s legacy will be exhibited and auctioned in Dubai beginning a day after the United Arab Emirates,(UAE) national holiday, beginning December 4. Some of Snitkovsky’s artwork in the past has been auctioned off at Southeby’s and Christie’s, two of the world’s top auction houses. This news has attracted a lot of attention as Snitkovsky’s collection is one of the great works of art of the 20th century and has few opportunities for auction. The art world is buzzing with excitement that the iconic Kidnapping of Europa will be put up for auction. The exhibition and auction will provide art lovers in Dubai with a rare opportunity to view and potentially acquire Snitkovsky’s rare artworks in person.
A vivid depiction of the bull’s abduction of the innocent goddess Europa, based on Greek mythology
The sale of a series of artworks from the collection, including several paintings and a sculpture, was so rare that their sale attracted a great deal of attention from the art world. Remarkably, the vast amount of the proceeds from all the artworks sold will be used for reconstruction work in Ukraine. This act of kindness makes Snitkovsky’s art not only a cultural and artistic treasure but also a humanitarian mission.
Emmanuel and Janet Snitkovsky: the legendary creative journey of an artist couple
Emmanuel and Janet Snitkovsky were a husband and wife artistic team of painters and sculptors whose works were sold with great success at prestigious auctions such as Christie’s and Sotheby’s. Janet always insisted on working in oils, while Emmanuel sadly passed away in 2005, but he left behind an impressive collection of artistic treasures.
Jose Mauricio Mendoza Janet Snitkovsky
Born in Ukraine in the 1930s, the Snitkovskys worked on magnificent public sculpture projects in the Soviet Union to commemorate the heroes who died in World War II. In 1978, the Snitkovskys left the Soviet Union for the United States and embarked on a new life in New York. During their New York years, Emmanuel and Janet achieved excellence in painting and sculpture and held many successful exhibitions, gaining a reputation not only in the United States but also in Europe.
Janet Snitkovsky 50 years ago in contrast to today’s photo
The couple’s style of painting and sculpture has been described as a ‘Renaissance Revival’, subtly combining contemporary and classical subjects in a distinctively realistic style. The stylized elements of their work echo the artistic style of the American vernacular master Thomas Hart Benton, with hints of Sandro Botticelli, and the Snitkovskys’ superbly detailed work is both personal and commercially appealing.
Snitkovsky’s famous sculpture “Sonny Bono” commissioned by Palm Springs in 2001
Snitkovsky’s rare art collection is to be presented at top Dubai’s top auction houses.
The highly anticipated Snitkovsky art collection will be exhibited and offered for private sale The collection, which includes several paintings and a sculpture, will take Dubai audiences on a journey into the world of art.
Even more exciting is the fact that the Snitkovsky estate includes all of Emmanuel’s unsold works, including hundreds of rare pieces. The rights to this remarkable artist’s works have been sold at a significant discount, offering collectors and art lovers a rare opportunity to own some of the world’s most stunning works of art.
Snitkovsky’s estate has commissioned the renowned author Jose Mauricio Mendoza (José Mauricio Mendoza) to sell the art collection on its behalf. This private sale will be open to invited buyers only, while art galleries with a passion for art, can contact Mr. Mendoza directly for more details on the sale and purchase of Snitkovsky’s artworks.
For buyers and press with a real passion for art, They are available via email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 626-230-8706 to get in touch with Mr. Jose Mauricio Mendoza for the valuable opportunity to own a piece of art history.
Jose Mauricio Mendoza, MBA