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6–8 October 2020



Our 20th Century sales celebrate the emergence of the defining modern art era spanning to the cutting-edge contemporary art of today. Following in the footsteps of ONE, the series of hybrid sales with enhanced live-streaming will offer a new collecting opportunity ahead of the traditional November marquee sale week in New York. Standouts include an early example of the revolutionary drip painting technique by Jackson Pollock and a superlative watercolour by Paul Cézanne沙巴体育在线. Discover the season’s top works and collections and explore our related features in advance of the highly anticipated sales beginning in October.



Highlights

  • Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)

    Tête de femme sur fond jaune
    dated and inscribed ‘Boisgeloup 18 juillet XXXIV’ (along the upper edge)
    oil on canvas
    25 ⅝ x 18 ¼ in. (65 x 46.2 cm.)
    Painted on 18 July 1934
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

    沙巴体育在线Property from an Important European Collection

  • Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)

    Femme dans un fauteuil
    signed 'Picasso' (upper left); dated '19 juin 41.' (on the stretcher bar)
    oil on canvas
    51 ⅛ x 38 in. (130 x 97 cm.)
    Painted on 19 June 1941
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

    Property from an Important European Collection

  • Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988)

    MP
    signed, titled and dated '"MP" Jean-Michel Basquiat 1984' (on the reverse)
    acrylic and Xerox collage on canvas
    86 x 68 in. (218.4 x 172.8 cm.)
    Executed in 1984
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

    A New York State of Mind: An Important Private Collection

  • Joan Mitchell (1925–1992)

    Untitled
    signed 'J. Mitchell' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    37 ½ x 50 in.
    Painted in 1957
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

    A New York State of Mind: An Important Private Collection

  • Robert Motherwell (1915-1991)

    Study for State II "Elegy No.100"
    acrylic, chalk and graphite on paper
    14 ¼ x 22 in (36.2 x 55.9 cm)
    circa 1970/75
    Estimate
    $250,000-350,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale, New York, 7 October

  • Jackson Pollock (1912–1956)

    Red Composition
    signed 'Jackson Pollock' (lower right); signed again and dated 'Pollock 46' (on the reverse)
    oil on Masonite
    19 ¼ x 23 ¼ in. (48.9 x 59.1 cm.)
    Painted in 1946
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

    沙巴体育在线Property from the Everson Museum of Art, Sold to Benefit Acquisitions and Collections Care

  • Matthew Wong (1984–2019)

    Shangri-La
    signed and dated in Chinese and titled 'SHANGRI-LA Wong 2017' (on the reverse)
    oil on canvas
    96 x 72 in. (243.8 x 182.9 cm.)
    Painted in 2017
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale, New York, 7 October

  • Philip Guston (1913–1980)

    Untitled (Red Spot)
    acrylic on Masonite
    18 x 20 in. (45.7 x 50.8 cm.)
    Painted in 1969
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale, New York, 7 October

  • Kenneth Noland (1924–2010)

    Spring Call
    acrylic on canvas
    82 ½ x 82½ in. (209.6 x 209.6 cm.)
    Painted in 1961
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

  • Paul Cézanne (1839–1906)

    Nature morte avec pot au lait, melon et sucrier
    watercolor over pencil on paper
    18 ¾ x 24 ½ in. (47.7 x 62.3 cm)
    Painted in 1900-1906
    Estimate
    Estimate on request
    Related sale
    20th Century Evening Sale, New York, 6 October

    Property from the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House

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