On June 1-2, 2022, Everard Auctions of Savannah, Georgia, will present fine and decorative art of utmost quality from the Estate of Murray C. Perlman and the collection of Alex Raskin, both of Savannah.SAVANNAH, Ga. – On June 1-2, 2022, Everard Auctions will present a diverse selection of fine and decorative art, featuring property from the Estate of Murray C. Perlman of Savannah, Georgia. Perlman was a prominent Savannah resident who supported numerous organizations dedicated to local historic preservation, including the Historic Savannah Foundation. He was also an owner and partner of Savannah Galleries in historic downtown Savannah, which started selling fine American, English, and French antique furniture in 1968.Porfirio Salinas (Texas, 1910-1973), ‘Blue Bonnets,’ oil on canvas. Estimate $15,000-$20,000; starting bid $10,000The auction also features property from the collection of Alex Raskin, a Savannah native who has been in the antiques business since the 1970s. He purchased his first storefront on Whitaker Street in historic downtown Savannah in 1978 and moved to the present location on Monterey Square in 1990. He has been a staple in the Savannah antique trade ever since. After more than 50 successful years in the business, Raskin is retiring, and many outstanding items from his collection will be offered in both sessions of Everard’s spring auction. Fine ArtThe fine art category of the sale includes a marble sculpture by Italian sculptor Fortunato Galli (Italian, 1850-1918) titled Masquerade. The work is signed on the base F. Galli, and depicts a beautiful masked woman in an elaborate outfit comprised of a corseted top, feathered hat, cape, stockings and boots. The sculpture is from a Georgia private collection and comes to auction with an estimate of $10,000 to $15,000. A Porfirio Salinas (Texas, 1910-1973) oil-on-canvas titled Blue Bonnets (17½ by 19½ inches) carries an estimate of $15,000 to $20,000.