Impressionist & Modern Art
Online Auction: 17–27 September 2021 • 2:00 PM EDT • New York

Impressionist & Modern Art 17–27 September 2021 • 2:00 PM EDT • New York

S otheby’s is pleased to present the first Impressionist & Modern Art auction for the Fall season – open for bidding online from Friday, September 17, through Monday, September 27. We are delighted to offer works from several distinguished collections, including pieces from the esteemed collection of Jay I. Kislak, sold to benefit the Kislak Family Foundation, and from the Estate of Maurice Solomon. The sale also includes a series of accessible works on paper offered without reserve by dynamic artists of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. Exciting bronzes by modern artists Lynn Chadwick, Salvador Dali, and Gunther Gerzso complement an expanse of Impressionist & Post-Impressionism works by Henri Martin, Blanche Hoschedé-Monet, Willy Schlobach and Henri Lebasque.

View 1 of Lot 9: Bassin ouest du Parc de Marquayrol avec vue sur l'atelier d'Henri Martin
Henri Martin
Bassin ouest du Parc de Marquayrol avec vue sur l'atelier d'Henri Martin
Estimate: 120,000 – 180,000 USD
Bassin ouest du Parc de Marquayrol avec vue sur l'atelier d'Henri Martin
Henri Martin was without contest an Impressionist and one who had the deepest sensitivity, certainly equal to that of Monet, whom he most admired. Their interpretation of nature is certainly, owing to their utmost sensitiveness and not through research of a technical process, a poetical evocation hued by a thousand colors which can undoubtedly be called a work of art" Jacques Martin-Ferrières.

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By Women Artists

Works on Paper

A Passion for Collecting: Property from the Estate of Maurice Solomon, New York
Sotheby’s is privileged to offer Property from the Estate of Maurice Solomon across various sales this Fall. Maurice Solomon began collecting in the 1960s, together with his wife Lucille, they developed exquisite taste and a discerning eye.

See lots 33, 34, 35, and 36.

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The Collection of Jay I. Kislak: Sold to Benefit the Kislak Family Foundation
Jay I. Kislak (1922–2018) lived an extraordinary—and extraordinarily productive—life. He brought remarkable energy and passion to a wide array of endeavors—collecting, education, aviation, business, and philanthropy.

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