EXHIBITIONS IN AMERICA


All Sotheby's exhibitions are free and open to the public. 

Sotheby's New York
1334 York Avenue
New York, New York

 


European Art
Exhibition: 19–21 May | New York
Auction: 22 May | New York
Sotheby’s spring auction of 19th-century European art brings together extraordinary paintings that showcase the richness of this collecting category. The sale is highlighted by important paintings with institutional provenance, including masterpieces from the Berkshire Museum by William Bouguereau and Alberto Pasini.
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Master Paintings
Exhibition: 19–22 May | New York
Auction: 22 May | New York
The spring sale of Old Master Paintings will be led by an important group of Baroque still lifes from a private collection, including paintings by Bartolomeo Cavarozzi, Fede Galizia, Panfilo Nuvolone, Louise Moillon, Pier Francesco Cittadini and more, all of which will be offered without reserve.
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American Art
Exhibition: 19–22 May | New York
Auction: 23 May | New York
This sale will present a superb group of paintings, sculpture and works on paper. Among the highlights is Milton Avery's The Seamstress, a striking work dating to a significant period in the artist’s career, when he began to embrace color as his primary means of expression.L
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Thomas Molesworth: Designing the American West, The Ruth and Jake Bloom Collection
Exhibition: 19–22 May | New York
Auction: 23 May | New YorkSotheby’s is honored to present the extraordinary Molesworth collection of Jake and Ruth Bloom. With thoughtful curation and a commitment to the vernacular of Thomas Molesworth, this private collection presents some of the rarest models executed by Molesworth to ever appear at auction.
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A Collection That We Dreamt Of: Art and Design From the Homes of Delphine and Reed Krakoff
Exhibition: 19–22 May | New York
Auction: 23 May | New York
Collected by the celebrated designers Delphine and Reed Krakoff over the course of nearly two decades, the pieces on offer have resided in one or more of the their impeccably designed residences including their New York City town house, the famed Lasata estate in East Hampton, the sprawling Clark House in New Canaan, Connecticut, and their historic 18th-century home in Paris.
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Important Design
Exhibition: 19–22 May | New York
Auction: 24 May | New York
This auction will present a highly curated selection of pre- and post-war European and American design from the last century. Featuring several important private collections, the sale is led by an extraordinary six-piece suite by Jean Royère, representing one of the most important historic commissions by the artist to appear at auction.
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Important Watches
Exhibition: 19–23 May | New York
Auction: 24 May | New York
Sotheby’s is thrilled to offer an outstanding selection of vintage and modern timepieces ranging from horologically complex to high jewelry watches from brands such as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Richard Mille, Greubel Forsey, Van Cleef & Arpels, A. Lange & Söhne, Panerai and more.
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EXHIBITIONS IN EUROPE

All Sotheby's exhibitions are free and open to the public. 

Sotheby's London
34-35 New Bond Street
London W1S 2RT UK

Sotheby's Paris
76, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, France
 

 


Fine Autograph Music: the Property of Helmut Nanz and Family
Exhibition:  18–21 May | | London
Auction: 22 May | London
Sotheby’s is delighted to offer property from one of the finest private collections of autograph music and composers’ letters in Continental Europe: The Property of Helmut Nanz and Family.
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Musical Manuscripts
Exhibition: 18–21 May | | London
Auction: 22 May | London
The Musical Manuscripts sale this season is notable for the variety of material on offer. This ranges from an unrecorded mid-16th-century German lute tablature to complete autograph songs by Cole Porter and George Gershwin, including one from Porgy and Bess and a first edition of the opera dedicated to the conductor of the first performances.
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Historic Coins and Medals | Featuring Magnificent Morgan Silver Dollars from the Collection of Ralph and Lois Stone
Exhibition: 18–21 May | | London
Auction: 21 May | London
This sale features magnificent Morgan silver dollars from the collection of Ralph and Lois Stone, and a fine assortment of Indian Peace Medals from a Distinguished Private Collection, a complete set of Three Cent Silver pieces and a virtually complete set of United States Silver Commemorative coins (1892-1954).
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Livres et Manuscrits
Exhibition: 18–23 May | | Paris
Auction: 24 May | Paris
This sale will feature rare Italian editions from the 15th and 16th centuries, French editions from the 17th century, important travel books, the very rare letters about Indians by the Jesuits missionaries in Canada between 1635 and 1672, as well as Vaugondy’s 1757 Atlas with its New Territories maps, among others.
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19th Century European Paintings
Exhibition: 19–24 May | London
Auction: 24 May | London
Our forthcoming sale is led by Oleanders in Bloom, Capri of 1896 by Peder Severin Krøyer. Radiating light and color, the work is the Danish artist’s love letter to the Amalfi coast, where he had earlier stayed while on honeymoon.
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Signals
Exhibition: 27 April–13 July | London
S│2 London will present an exhibition dedicated to the spirit of experimental art gallery Signals London.
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