Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary Art | An Evening Sale

Live Auction: 8 December 2020 • 6:00 PM EST • New York
Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary Art | An Evening Sale 8 December 2020 • 6:00 PM EST • New York
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S otheby’s is pleased to present a new, cross-category auction bringing together masterworks encompassing the most renowned artists from the late 19th century to the most in-demand contemporary artists working today. A spectacular Impressionist work by Claude Monet gives way to a remarkable large scale Milton Avery seascape as masterpieces by Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder, two artists whose respective aesthetic languages had huge bearing upon one another, are presented in tandem. Abstract, process driven, and figurative works abound, as Vincent Van Gogh and Mark Bradford, Edvard Munch and Glenn Ligon, Mark Chagall and Barkley Hendricks, are all shown together, creating a tableau that tells the story of artistic progression over the last 150 years.

The Shared Artistic Language of Pablo Picasso & Alexander Calder READ MORE

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Following the guidelines for the Phase Four reopening of Manhattan, we are able to accommodate clients in our building by appointment only. The exhibition for this sale will open on 1 December and will close on 8 December at 5 PM EST. To schedule an appointment please click here or contact appointmentsNY@sothebys.com or +1 212 606 7171. You can read more about our safety requirements here.

An Exceptional Claude Monet Painting from the Brooklyn Museum See More

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