Gratz Gallery's upcoming sale on Sunday, Jan. 28, at noon EST will highlight a large selection of traditional and modern American paintings and frames.The online auction will include close to 100 lots of paintings and frames by American artists, including paintings from the Pennsylvania Impressionists, students from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Hudson River School, and a large selection of period and decorative frames. The genres stretch from Impressionist to Modern Art, including traditional, abstract, folk and decorative art, as well as small, unknown treasures and gems. Information about the auction is available by visiting www.gratzgallery.com, where there is a direct link to the auction catalogue at Liveauctioneers.com. Included in this upcoming sale are American paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries all the way to 20th and 21st centuries' modern and abstract art. Some of the traditional highlights represented are works by Daniel Garber, Robert Spencer, S. George Phillips, Walter Baum, Philadelphia Ten member Nancy Maybin Ferguson, a variety of 19th century landscapes, and a pair of stunning portraits by William Prior. The sale offers a varied selection of paintings, etchings, drawings, and frames.This is an online-only auction, held in cooperation with the auction platform Liveauctioneers.com. Interested bidders must register. Liveauctioneers.com allows for both absentee and real-time online bidding. For added convenience, download the Liveauctioneers app to bid on a smart phone. Gratz Gallery is able to extend a low buyer's premium, offering very competitive estimates on an exciting inventory of Fine American and Modern Paintings, and frames.There will be two special preview days on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26 and 27, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio, 5230 Silo Hill Road, Doylestown, Pa. During that time, previwers have the opportunity to take a closer look at all the artwork, ask questions, and leave floor bids or register for telephone bidding. The gallery will be closed to walk-in attendance on the day of the auction.For additional information, call 215-348-2500.