Auction ended on April 1st, 2007 UTC
248: Mihato Shimizu (b. 1905) Japanese
Sold for: $325|Estimate: $300 - $600|Sell a Similar Item
THE SUMMIT, oil painting on canvas, 19 ¾ x 23 ¾", signed lower right, artist's authentication stamped on verso, framed, artist's pinholes in all four corners.
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Clark Cierlak Fine Arts or Clark's Fine Art Auctioneers Inc. generally uses the following bid increments: $1.- $100. by $5. $100.- $200. by $10. $200.- $500. by $25. $500.- $1000. by $50. $1000.- $2000. by $100. $2000.- $5000. by $250. $5000.- $10,000. by $500. $10,000.- $20,000. by $1000. $20,000.- $50,000. by $2500. $50,000.- $100,000. by $5000. $100,000.-$200,000. by $10,000. $200,000.-$500,000. by $25,000. $500,000-$1,000,000. by $50,000. GLOSSARY OF TERMS Name of Artist: Subject to the Conditions of Sale set forth in this catalogue, each lot is identified to be the work of the artist whose name appears in BOLD TYPE HEADING. This heading may precede a single lot or a series of lots by the same artist (see article "I" in the Conditions of Sale And Terms of Guarantee. Title: If there is a generally accepted title for the work, that title is given at the beginning of the lot description. 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