Eclectic

Online Auction: 24 April–1 May 2020 • 12:00 PM EDT • New York
Eclectic | New York 24 April–1 May 2020 • 12:00 PM EDT • New York

S otheby’s is pleased to present Eclectic, a unique sale series combining art and objects from across a wide array of Specialist Departments. Eclectic | New York is the first in the series that includes sales in London (May 2-7) and Paris (May 15-19). This curated sale celebrates unexpected correspondences between works from fields traditionally considered unconnected – from 19th Century paintings to Contemporary photographs, Americana to fossils. We invite you to scroll through and enjoy the surprising combinations that unfold.

“This curated sale celebrates unexpected correspondences between works from fields traditionally considered unconnected – from 19th Century paintings to Contemporary photographs, Americana to fossils.”

Sale highlights include works by David Hockney, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Pablo Picasso, N.C. Wyeth, Wayne Thiebaud, Georges Rouault, Cindy Sherman, Henry Moore, Harry Bertoia, Joan Miro, Nan Goldin, Francis Newton Souza, Alex Katz, Roni Horn, Jean Royere and others.

This auction will be an online-only sale taking place between 24 April and 1 May at 12:00p.m. EDT. All successful buyers will be contacted to discuss options for shipment and collection of property – please note that global shipments are currently experiencing delays. While our New York building is currently closed, our staff is available to assist you at any time; please see the contact information for the sale.

Featured Highlights

The auction features artworks created in a diverse array of media – including a sculpture from Picasso, a lithograph by Miró and a Bonetti vase.

At Home

Home is a sanctuary, surround yourself with art and objects that bring comfort and joy.

Facetime

The power of the portrait existed long before Facetime, Zoom and Skype.

Emotional Support Animals

In real life, or on canvas, animals are always the best therapy.

Comfort Food

Cakes, burgers, lobsters and more culinary-inspired artworks to help plan menus.

Outdoor Escape

From seascapes to woodland views, we’re dreaming of the Great Outdoors more than ever before.

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