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    A Look Inside the Catalogue 

     

     

     

     

     

     

    This biannual sale of Contemporary Art offered prints, sculptures and original works from every major artistic movement of the last 75 years, with rarities by Josef Albers and Cy Twombly, sculptures from Lucio FontanaYves Klein, Jeff Koons and George Rickey, as well as drawings by Alexander Calder, and Willem de Kooning. Highlights included David Hockney’s The Artist and Model, 1974, and a selection of portraits by Andy Warhol.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Left, Lot 247: David Hockney, The Artist and Model, etching, 1974. Sold for $52,500.

     

     

     

     

    Left, Lot 96: Omar Rayo, Nudo de Agua III, oil on canvas, 1993. Sold for $23,750.

    Right, Lot 317: Julian Opie, Watching Suzanne (back) No. 7, screenprint on acrylic panel, 2006. Sold for $5,200. 

     
     

     

    Left, Lot 153: Andy Warhol, Geronimo, color screenprint, 1986. Sold for $30,000.

    Right, Lot 149: Andy Warhol, Campbell's Soup II: Golden Mushroom, color screenprint, 1969. Sold for $22,500. 

     

     

    Notable portfolios were available, including the limited edition of William S. Burroughs’s The Seven Deadly Sins, 1991, with seven color screenprints and woodcuts printed from blocks shot by the artist with a 12-gauge shotgun.

     

     

     

     

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