The evening auction of Bowie/Collector on 10 November includes the most important pieces from the collection. Jean-Michel Basquiat’s magnificent Air Power leads the sale, at the heart of which is Bowie’s collection of 20th-century British Art, which moves from Harold Gilman’s Interior (Mrs Mounter), painted during the First World War, to works by Damien Hirst from the 1990s. The selection is embellished by key works by Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia, as well as a 16th-century Venetian altarpiece by Tintoretto. Click ahead to see selected highlights from the auction.
A Billionaire Businessman Raises the Bar in Collecting and Philanthropy
Anatomy of an Artwork: ‘The Two Human Beings. The Lonely Ones’ by Edvard Munch
10 Watches by Cartier, Hublot & More Under $10,000
Works on Paper: From 19th Century Classics to Modern Masters
Alicia Keys, Debbie Harry & More Celebrate Basquiat at the Brooklyn Museum
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