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Modern & Post-War British Art

Justine Picardie’s Modern & Post-War British Art Highlights

Ahead of the inaugural Bazaar at Work Summit, which is being held at Sotheby’s on 16 November, Harper's Bazaar Editor-in-Chief Justine Picardie selected her favourite works from the upcoming Modern & Post-War British Art sale (see below).

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LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY, R.A., THE RUSH HOUR, 1964. ESTIMATE £800,000–1,200,000. FROM MODERN & POST-WAR BRITISH ART.

The sale celebrates the very best in British art over the past century, including masterworks by L.S. Lowry as well as important works by Ben Nicholson and C.W.R. Nevinson, and two paintings by former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

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SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, K.G., O.M., F.R.S., HON. R.A., LANDSCAPE WITH TWO TREES, 1922. ESTIMATE £100,000–150,000. FROM MODERN & POST-WAR BRITISH ART.

The works will be on view at Sotheby’s New Bond Street from 17 November, prior to the sale on 21-22 November.

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BEN NICHOLSON, O.M., SEPT 58 (ISEO), 1958. ESTIMATE £400,000–600,000. FROM MODERN & POST-WAR BRITISH ART.

Alongside the launch of the exhibition, on 16 November, Harper’s Bazaar is hosting the Bazaar at Work Summit, connecting and celebrating visionary women in business. Speakers include Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Livia Firth and Samantha Cameron.

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SIR WILLIAM NICHOLSON, PETUNIAS AND CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN A MOCHA JUG, C. EARLY 1940S. ESTIMATE £40,000–60,000. FROM MODERN & POST-WAR BRITISH ART.

For more information about the Bazaar at Work Summit and to buy tickets, visit www.hearstlive.co.uk/bazaarsummit. Sothebys.com readers should quote the following code, SOTHEBYS150, for a discount of £150 on the ticket price.

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CRAIGIE AITCHISON, R.A., WINTER WASHING LINE, MONTECASTELLI, 2001. ESTIMATE £60,000–80,000. FROM MODERN & POST-WAR BRITISH ART.

The Modern & Post-War British Art sale will take place in London on 21 November.

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