LONDON – Arts correspondent for the Guardian Mark Brown talked to Michael Attenborough, ahead of A Life in Art: Lord & Lady Attenborough sale on 22 November. The original interview appeared in the Guardian here.
In his 1998 novel, author William Boyd created a fictional abstract expressionist painter named Nat Tate, and fooled the art world with a little help from his 'Modern Painters' magazine colleague David Bowie. Sotheby’s sale of David Bowie’s art collection, Bowie/Collector, will take place in London on 10–11 November.
The second part of the Bowie/Collector auction reveals the full extent of David Bowie’s eclectic and understated collection. Alongside paintings, drawings and sculpture by 20th-century British artists, there are German Expressionist prints, Picasso ceramics, collections of Contemporary African and Outsider Art, and a Surrealist chess set by Man Ray, all of which provide a unique insight into Bowie’s artistic vision and his passionate collecting journey. LAUNCH SLIDESHOW
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