Fine Arts

Washington and Lafayette at Mount Vernon, 1784

This oil painting was a highlight of our 16 April American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture auction. A special collaboration between Rossiter and Mignot, it achieved $300,000 against a high estimate of $70,000.

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Sotheby’s Fine Arts Department offers auctions in each of the following collecting categories: Impressionist & Modern Art including Russian Art, American Art, Old Master & 19th Century European Art, Israeli Art and Judaica Paintings. These sales feature works of art generally priced between $10,000 and $100,000, although bidders can sometimes exceed this level for a desired work.

Our specialists are extremely well-versed in a wide range of collecting categories and apply their expertise to sourcing and selling works at accessible prices. Making full use of the relationships established by the dedicated departments they work with, the team reaches both new and established collectors across the globe. Learn more about our sales in Records & Results.

Sotheby’s Fine Arts Department holds nine mid-season sales each year in New York, usually scheduled as follows: American Art in April and October; Impressionist & Modern Art in May and December; Old Master Paintings and 19th Century European Art in January, and Judaica and Israeli & International Art in December.

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Sotheby’s Fine Arts Department offers auctions in each of the following collecting categories: Impressionist & Modern Art including Russian Art, American Art, Old Master & 19th Century European Art, Israeli Art and Judaica Paintings. These sales feature works of art generally priced between $10,000 and $100,000, although bidders can sometimes exceed this level for a desired work.

Our specialists are extremely well-versed in a wide range of collecting categories and apply their expertise to sourcing and selling works at accessible prices. Making full use of the relationships established by the dedicated departments they work with, the team reaches both new and established collectors across the globe. Learn more about our sales in Records & Results.

Sotheby’s Fine Arts Department holds nine mid-season sales each year in New York, usually scheduled as follows: American Art in April and October; Impressionist & Modern Art in May and December; Old Master Paintings and 19th Century European Art in January, and Judaica and Israeli & International Art in December.

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Sotheby’s Fine Arts Department offers auctions in each of the following collecting categories: Impressionist & Modern Art including Russian Art, American Art, Old Master & 19th Century European Art, Israeli Art and Judaica Paintings. These sales feature works of art generally priced between $10,000 and $100,000, although bidders can sometimes exceed this level for a desired work.

Our specialists are extremely well-versed in a wide range of collecting categories and apply their expertise to sourcing and selling works at accessible prices. Making full use of the relationships established by the dedicated departments they work with, the team reaches both new and established collectors across the globe. Learn more about our sales in Records & Results.

Sotheby’s Fine Arts Department holds nine mid-season sales each year in New York, usually scheduled as follows: American Art in April and October; Impressionist & Modern Art in May and December; Old Master Paintings and 19th Century European Art in January, and Judaica and Israeli & International Art in December.

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If you wish to enquire about the possibility of offering your property in a Sotheby's Fine Arts sale, please click here.
NEW YORK:
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