Artworks

  • Harold Ancart, Untitled, 2013
    Harold Ancart
    Untitled, 2013
    Oil stick and pencil on paper
    131 by 88 cm (51⅝ by 34⅝ in.)
    $185,000
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    Harold Ancart, Untitled, 2013
    $185,000
  • Alexander Archipenko, Spring Torso, 1925 (1926)
    Alexander Archipenko
    Spring Torso, 1925 (1926)
    Inscribed 'Archipenko' and with the foundry mark 'KUNST-FDRY.'
    Bronze
    45.1 by 16 by 13 cm (17¾ by 6¼ by 5⅛ in.)
    $320,000
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    Alexander Archipenko, Spring Torso, 1925 (1926)
    $320,000
  • Jean (Hans) Arp, Agenouillée, 1961 (1965)
    Jean (Hans) Arp
    Agenouillée, 1961 (1965)
    Numbered '2/5' (on the underside)
    Bronze
    Height: 36.2 cm (14¼ in.)
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  • Jean (Hans) Arp, La Poupée de Déméter, 1961 (1973)
    Jean (Hans) Arp
    La Poupée de Déméter, 1961 (1973)
    Inscribed 'Arp' and numbered '1/5' (on the underside)
    Bronze
    Height: 41 cm (16⅛ in.)
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  • Marcel Breuer, Short Chair, 1936-39
    Marcel Breuer
    Short Chair, 1936-39
    Molded and laminated birch plywood
    81.3 by 62.2 by 96.5 cm (32 by 24½ by 38 in.)
    $45,000
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    Marcel Breuer, Short Chair, 1936-39
    $45,000
  • Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1949
    Alexander Calder
    Untitled, 1949
    Signed 'Calder' and dated ''49' (lower right)
    Oil on canvas
    40 by 106 cm (15¾ by 41¾ in.)
    $875,000
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    Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1949
    $875,000
  • Alexander Calder, Mauve with Black Wishbone, 1962
    Alexander Calder
    Mauve with Black Wishbone, 1962
    Signed 'Calder' and dated '62' (lower right)
    Gouache and ink on paper
    74.6 by 104.5 cm (29⅜ by 41⅛ in.)
    $140,000
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    Alexander Calder, Mauve with Black Wishbone, 1962
    $140,000
  • Alexander Calder, Maquette for Théâtre de nice, 1970
    Alexander Calder
    Maquette for Théâtre de nice, 1970
    Painted sheet metal, brass and wire
    51 by 56 by 42 cm (20⅛ by 22⅛ by 16½in.)
    $1,650,000
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    Alexander Calder, Maquette for Théâtre de nice, 1970
    $1,650,000
  • Agustín Cárdenas, Solitude, 1966
    Agustín Cárdenas
    Solitude, 1966
    White marble
    37.5 by 20 by 13 cm (14¾ by 7⅞ by 5⅛ in.)
    $120,000
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    Agustín Cárdenas, Solitude, 1966
    $120,000
  • Wendell Castle, Low Table, 1972
    Wendell Castle
    Low Table, 1972
    Signed 'WC' and dated '72'
    Stack-laminated American walnut
    58.4 by 73.7 cm (23 by 29 in.)
    $140,000
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    Wendell Castle, Low Table, 1972
    $140,000
  • Greek, Cycladic, Head of a Cycladic Idol, c. 2600-2500 BC
    Greek, Cycladic
    Head of a Cycladic Idol, c. 2600-2500 BC
    Marble
    Height: 11.6 cm (4⅝ in.)
    $175,000
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    Greek, Cycladic, Head of a Cycladic Idol, c. 2600-2500 BC
    $175,000
  • Jean Claude Dresse, Side table, c. 1970s
    Jean Claude Dresse
    Side table, c. 1970s
    White resin and white lacquered metal
    59.9 by 59.9 cm (23⅝ by 23⅝ in.)
    $14,000
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    Jean Claude Dresse, Side table, c. 1970s
    $14,000
  • Jean Dubuffet, Lieu de coïncidences, 1975
    Jean Dubuffet
    Lieu de coïncidences, 1975
    Signed 'J.D.' and dated '75' (upper right); titled 'Lieu de coïncidences' and inscribed 'T66' (on the reverse)
    Acrylic on canvas
    97 by 130 cm (38¼ by 51⅛ in.)
    $1,200,000
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    Jean Dubuffet, Lieu de coïncidences, 1975
    $1,200,000
  • Charles and Ray Eames, A Half-Height FSW-6, 1952
    Charles and Ray Eames
    A Half-Height FSW-6, 1952
    Ash plywood and canvas
    86.4 by 144.8 cm (34 by 57 in.)
    $7,500
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    Charles and Ray Eames, A Half-Height FSW-6, 1952
    $7,500
  • Hellenistic, Egypt, Face of Serapis, c. 1st century BC
    Hellenistic, Egypt
    Face of Serapis, c. 1st century BC
    Marble
    Height: 19 cm (7½ in.)
    $115,000
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    Hellenistic, Egypt, Face of Serapis, c. 1st century BC
    $115,000
  • After a Design by Max Ernst, Lines, 1965
    After a Design by Max Ernst
    Lines, 1965
    Inscribed 'MAX ERNST' and numbered '1/10' (on the reverse)
    Wool tapestry
    230 by 185 cm (90½ by 72⅞ in.)
    $8,000
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    After a Design by Max Ernst, Lines, 1965
    $8,000
  • Max Ernst, Schachfiguren (Chess Set), 1944 (1960s)
    Max Ernst
    Schachfiguren (Chess Set), 1944 (1960s)
    Each King inscribed 'Max Ernst,' numbered '5/12' and with the Maison Nordmark monogram
    Walnut and maple wood
    Height of Queens: 14.5 cm (5¾ in.); height of Pawns: 5.1 cm (2 in.)
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  • Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, Grasshopper chaise lounge, c. 1968
    Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm
    Grasshopper chaise lounge, c. 1968
    Chrome plated steel, leather and canvas
    82.5 by 72.4 by 94 cm (32½ by 28½ by 37 in.)
    $17,500
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    Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, Grasshopper chaise lounge, c. 1968
    $17,500
  • Barry Flanagan, Left- and Right-Handed Nijinski on anvil point, 1999
    Barry Flanagan
    Left- and Right-Handed Nijinski on anvil point, 1999
    Bronze
    174 by 161.3 by 69.8 cm (68½ by 63½ by 27½ in.)
    $475,000
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    Barry Flanagan, Left- and Right-Handed Nijinski on anvil point, 1999
    $475,000
  • Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attesa, 1964
    Lucio Fontana
    Concetto spaziale, Attesa, 1964
    Signed 'l. Fontana', titled 'Concetto Spaziale ATTESA' and inscribed 'C'è sempre un muro fermo controvento...' (on the reverse)
    Waterpaint on canvas
    41.3 by 33.3 cm (16¼ by 13⅛ in.)
    $1,500,000
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    Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attesa, 1964
    $1,500,000
  • Kyohei Fujita, Kazaribako (ornamented box) "Dance of Flowers", c. 1995
    Kyohei Fujita
    Kazaribako (ornamented box) "Dance of Flowers", c. 1995
    Inscribed 'Kyohei Fujita' (underside); together with custom wood box signed and inscribed 'Hand blown glass/box for decoration/Dance of Flowers' (inside of lid, all in Japanese characters)
    Blown glass with gold and silver leaf and silver-plated metal
    Height: 20.3 cm (8 in.)
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  • Kyohei Fujita, Kazaribako (ornamented box) "Red and White Plum Blossoms", c. 1995
    Kyohei Fujita
    Kazaribako (ornamented box) "Red and White Plum Blossoms", c. 1995
    Inscribed 'Kyohei Fujita' (underside)
    Blown glass with gold and silver leaf and silver-plated metal
    Height: 10.2 cm (4 in.)
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  • Antony Gormley, MEME LX, 2009
    Antony Gormley
    MEME LX, 2009
    Inscribed 'AG1004' (on the underside)
    Cast iron
    15 by 9.5 by 12.5 cm (5⅞ by 3¾ by 4⅞ in.)
    $195,000
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    Antony Gormley, MEME LX, 2009
    $195,000
  • Greek, Torso from a Cycladic Figure, c. 2600-2500 BC
    Greek
    Torso from a Cycladic Figure, c. 2600-2500 BC
    Marble
    12 by 9.5 cm (4¾ by 3¾ in.)
    $80,000
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    Greek, Torso from a Cycladic Figure, c. 2600-2500 BC
    $80,000
  • Greek, Chalcidian Helmet, c. 5th-4th century BC
    Greek
    Chalcidian Helmet, c. 5th-4th century BC
    Tinned bronze
    Height: 38 cm (15 in.)
    $110,000
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    Greek, Chalcidian Helmet, c. 5th-4th century BC
    $110,000
  • Rogan Gregory, Coffee Table, 2019
    Rogan Gregory
    Coffee Table, 2019
    Hand-carved maple and granite
    45.7 by 76.2 by 53.3 cm (18 by 30 by 21 in.)
    $30,000
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    Rogan Gregory, Coffee Table, 2019
    $30,000
  • Rogan Gregory, Untitled, 2019
    Rogan Gregory
    Untitled, 2019
    Bronze and plaster
    Height: 142.2 cm (56 in.)
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  • Andre Groult, Lampadaire boule acajou blond, c. 1930
    Andre Groult
    Lampadaire boule acajou blond, c. 1930
    Blond Mahogany and pink tinted shagreen
    Foot height: 155 cm (61 in.)
    Total height: 193 cm (76 in.)
    Diameter of base: 45 cm (17¾ in.)
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  • Fritz Hansen, Pair of Lounge Chairs, Model 1146, c. 1940
    Fritz Hansen
    Pair of Lounge Chairs, Model 1146, c. 1940
    Bouclé fabric and mahogany
    74 by 76 by 74 cm (29⅛ by 29⅞ by 29⅛ in.)
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  • Keith Haring, Untitled, 1982
    Keith Haring
    Untitled, 1982
    Signed and dated (on the verso)
    Ink and marker on paper
    52.4 by 65.4 cm (20⅝ by 25¾in.)
    $175,000
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    Keith Haring, Untitled, 1982
    $175,000
  • Keith Haring, Untitled, 1982
    Keith Haring
    Untitled, 1982
    Signed and dated (on the verso)
    Ink and marker on paper
    49.5 by 62.2 cm (19½ by 24½ in.)
    $175,000
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    Keith Haring, Untitled, 1982
    $175,000
  • Loie Hollowell, Stacked Lingam in red, yellow, purple and green, 2016
    Loie Hollowell
    Stacked Lingam in red, yellow, purple and green, 2016
    Oil paint, acrylic medium, sawdust, and high-density foam on linen mounted on panel
    121.9 by 91.4 by 5.7 cm (48 by 36 by 2¼ in.)
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  • Alexej von Jawlensky, Heilandsgesicht (Savior's Face), c. 1921
    Alexej von Jawlensky
    Heilandsgesicht (Savior's Face), c. 1921
    Signed 'A.J.' (lower left); signed 'A.J' (on the reverse)
    Oil on linen-finished paper laid down on canvas
    36.3 by 27.1 cm (14¼ by 10⅝ in.)
    $580,000
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    Alexej von Jawlensky, Heilandsgesicht (Savior's Face), c. 1921
    $580,000
  • Pierre Jeanneret, Compass Coffee Table, 1960
    Pierre Jeanneret
    Compass Coffee Table, 1960
    Lacquered teak and glass
    38.1 by 128.3 by 46.4 cm (15 by 50½ by 18¼ in.)
    $40,000
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    Pierre Jeanneret, Compass Coffee Table, 1960
    $40,000
  • Pierre Jeanneret, Pair of "Kangarou" Lounge Chairs, c. 1960
    Pierre Jeanneret
    Pair of "Kangarou" Lounge Chairs, c. 1960
    Stained teak and caning
    58⅖ by 56⅕ by 80⅖ cm (23 by 22⅛ by 31⅝ in.)
    $67,500
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    Pierre Jeanneret, Pair of "Kangarou" Lounge Chairs, c. 1960
    $67,500
  • Wassily Kandinsky, Réciproque, 1935
    Wassily Kandinsky
    Réciproque, 1935
    Monogrammed 'K' and dated '35' (lower left); inscribed 'projet du pochoir pour 'Sintesi', Barcelone' and stamped 'Kandinsky' (on the verso)
    Gouache and pen and ink over pencil on paper
    50 by 65 cm (19¾ by 25⅝ in.)
    $1,100,000
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    Wassily Kandinsky, Réciproque, 1935
    $1,100,000
  • Wassily Kandinsky, Sans titre, 1941
    Wassily Kandinsky
    Sans titre, 1941
    Signed with the monogram 'K' and dated '41' (lower left); dated '1941' and inscribed 'No 701' (on the verso)
    Gouache and watercolor on paper
    31 by 47.5 cm (12¼ by 18¾ in.)
    $975,000
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    Wassily Kandinsky, Sans titre, 1941
    $975,000
  • Eric Karlén, Pair of Lounge Chairs (for Firma Rumsinteriör), 1940s
    Eric Karlén
    Pair of Lounge Chairs (for Firma Rumsinteriör), 1940s
    Beech and sheepskin
    75.6 by 64.8 by 80 cm (29¾ by 25½ by 31½ in.)
    $21,000
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    Eric Karlén, Pair of Lounge Chairs (for Firma Rumsinteriör), 1940s
    $21,000
  • Yves Klein, Untitled Blue Sponge Sculpture (SE 322), c. 1961
    Yves Klein
    Untitled Blue Sponge Sculpture (SE 322), c. 1961
    Dry pigment and synthetic resin on natural sponge
    16 by 7 by 6 cm (6¼ by 2¾ by 2⅜ in.)
    $225,000
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    Yves Klein, Untitled Blue Sponge Sculpture (SE 322), c. 1961
    $225,000
  • Mogens Koch, A Set of Six Modular Elm Bookcases, 1928
    Mogens Koch
    A Set of Six Modular Elm Bookcases, 1928
    Elm
    76.2 by 76.2 by 27.3 cm (30 by 30 by 10¾ in.)
    $17,500
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    Mogens Koch, A Set of Six Modular Elm Bookcases, 1928
    $17,500
  • John Van Koert, Mid Century Modern Table, 1956
    John Van Koert
    Mid Century Modern Table, 1956
    Ceramic and cherry wood
    50.8 by 61 by 61 cm (20 by 24 by 24 in.)
    $8,000
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    John Van Koert, Mid Century Modern Table, 1956
    $8,000
  • Claude Lalanne, Pomme de jardin (Rouge), 2011 (2017)
    Claude Lalanne
    Pomme de jardin (Rouge), 2011 (2017)
    Inscribed 'Lalanne' and with the artist's monogram, dated '2017' and numbered '4/8 B' (on the apple and on the stem)
    Bronze
    99.5 by 90 by 83 cm (39⅛ by 35⅜ by 32⅝ in.)
    $1,200,000
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    Claude Lalanne, Pomme de jardin (Rouge), 2011 (2017)
    $1,200,000
  • Claude Lalanne, Lustre, 2012
    Claude Lalanne
    Lustre, 2012
    Inscribed 'C.L. LALANNE', dated '2012' and numbered '1/1'
    Bronze
    161.3 by 167 cm (63½ by 65¾ in.)
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  • Claude Lalanne, Miroir Feuilles Hosta, 2018
    Claude Lalanne
    Miroir Feuilles Hosta, 2018
    Inscribed 'LALANNE' and with the artist's monogram, dated '2018' and numbered '1/1'
    Bronze and copper
    193 by 137.2 by 17.5 cm (76 by 54⅛ by 6⅞ in.)
    $1,100,000
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    Claude Lalanne, Miroir Feuilles Hosta, 2018
    $1,100,000
  • François-Xavier Lalanne, Bélier from the Nouveaux Moutons Series, 1998
    François-Xavier Lalanne
    Bélier from the Nouveaux Moutons Series, 1998
    Inscribed 'LALANNE', numbered '126/250', dated '1998' and inscribed with the foundry mark 'Lindowski Fondeur' (on the muzzle)
    Epoxy stone and patinated bronze
    94 by 101½ cm (37 by 40 in.)
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  • François-Xavier Lalanne, Brebis from the Nouveaux Moutons Series, 1998
    François-Xavier Lalanne
    Brebis from the Nouveaux Moutons Series, 1998
    Inscribed 'LALANNE', numbered '187/250', dated '1998' and inscribed with the foundry mark 'Lindowski Fondeur' (on the muzzle)
    Epoxy stone and patinated bronze
    94 by 101½ cm (37 by 40 in.)
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  • François-Xavier Lalanne, Capricorne III, 2005 (2007)
    François-Xavier Lalanne
    Capricorne III, 2005 (2007)
    Inscribed 'F & L' and numbered 'EA 2/4' (on proper front right foot)
    Bronze
    68 by 125.3 by 30 cm (26¾ by 49⅜ by 11¾ in.)
    $1,800,000
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    François-Xavier Lalanne, Capricorne III, 2005 (2007)
    $1,800,000
  • Man Ray, Jeu d'échecs (Chess set), 1920 (1962)
    Man Ray
    Jeu d'échecs (Chess set), 1920 (1962)
    Inscribed 'Man Ray' and numbered '17/50' (on the gold king); inlaid with the artist's facsimile handwriting 'le Roi est à moi - la Reine est la tienne - La Tour fait un four - le Fou est comme vous - Le Cavalier déraille - le Pion fait l'espion comme toute canaille - Fait de toutes pièces - Man Ray 1962' (on the chessboard)
    Chess set comprising 32 polished bronze chess pieces and a lacquer inlay chessboard mounted in wood with storage compartments lined with velvet for chess pieces
    Closed (without base): 10 by 100 by 57 cm (4 by 39⅜ by 22½ in.)
    Open (without base): 9.5 by 143.2 by 57 cm (3¾ by 56⅜ by 22½ in.)
    $95,000
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    Man Ray, Jeu d'échecs (Chess set), 1920 (1962)
    $95,000
  • Joan Miró, Tête, 1974
    Joan Miró
    Tête, 1974
    Signed 'Miro' (lower right); signed 'Miro' (on the verso)
    Gouache, watercolor, charcoal, and pencil on paper
    100 by 69.9 cm (39⅜ by 27½ in.)
    $900,000
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    Joan Miró, Tête, 1974
    $900,000
  • Robert Motherwell, Chrome Yellow Elegy, 1984
    Robert Motherwell
    Chrome Yellow Elegy, 1984
    Signed 'RM' and dated '84' (upper right); signed 'R Motherwell' and dated '1984' (on the reverse) and titled 'CHROME YELLOW ELEGY' (on the stretcher)
    Acrylic, Conté crayon and charcoal on canvas
    61 by 91.4 cm (24 by 36 in.)
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  • Edvard Munch, Christian og Hjørdis Gierløff, 1913-14
    Edvard Munch
    Christian og Hjørdis Gierløff, 1913-14
    Signed 'Edv. Munch' and dated '1914' (upper right)
    Oil and crayon on canvas
    68 by 90 cm (26¾ by 35⅜ in.)
    $1,600,000
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    Edvard Munch, Christian og Hjørdis Gierløff, 1913-14
    $1,600,000
  • George Nakashima, Long Chair, 1951
    George Nakashima
    Long Chair, 1951
    American black walnut and canvas webbing
    78.7 by 99.1 by 170.2 cm (31 by 39 by 67 in.)
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  • Mira Nakashima, “Minguren II” Coffee Table, 2005
    Mira Nakashima
    “Minguren II” Coffee Table, 2005
    Redwood burl top on walnut base
    40⅗ by 152⅖ by 101⅗ cm (16 by 60 by 40 in.)
    $40,000
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    Mira Nakashima, “Minguren II” Coffee Table, 2005
    $40,000
  • Kenneth Noland, Mysteries: Persistence of Blue, 1999
    Kenneth Noland
    Mysteries: Persistence of Blue, 1999
    Signed 'Kenneth Noland', titled '“Mysteries: Persistence of Blue”' and dated '1999' (on the reverse)
    Acrylic on canvas
    152.4 by 152.4 cm (60 by 60 in.)
    $675,000
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    Kenneth Noland, Mysteries: Persistence of Blue, 1999
    $675,000
  • Nuvolo (Giorgio Ascani), Untitled, 1959
    Nuvolo (Giorgio Ascani)
    Untitled, 1959
    Signed 'Nuvolo' and dated '1959' (on the stretcher)
    Dyed and sewn deerskin
    71 by 51 cm (28 by 20⅛ in.)
    $120,000
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    Nuvolo (Giorgio Ascani), Untitled, 1959
    $120,000
  • Nuvolo (Giorgio Ascani), Untitled, 1960
    Nuvolo (Giorgio Ascani)
    Untitled, 1960
    Series: Cucito a Macchina
    Signed 'Nuvolo' and dated '1960' (on the reverse)
    Painted and sewn canvas
    121.1 by 78.9 cm (47⅝ by 31⅛ in.)
    $140,000
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    Nuvolo (Giorgio Ascani), Untitled, 1960
    $140,000
  • Charlotte Perriand, Desk and chair from the Hotel du Doron, 1947
    Charlotte Perriand
    Desk and chair from the Hotel du Doron, 1947
    Oak and rush
    72.4 by 152.4 by 38.1 cm (28½ by 60 by 15 in.)
    $75,000
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    Charlotte Perriand, Desk and chair from the Hotel du Doron, 1947
    $75,000
  • Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, Bureau Central du Bâtiment, 1953
    Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand
    Bureau Central du Bâtiment, 1953
    122.5 by 247 by 41 cm (48¼ by 97¼ by 16⅛ in.)
    $175,000
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    Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, Bureau Central du Bâtiment, 1953
    $175,000
  • Francis Picabia, Stanhopea Martiana, c. 1932
    Francis Picabia
    Stanhopea Martiana, c. 1932
    Signed 'Francis Picabia' (lower right) and titled 'STANHOPEA MARTIANA' (upper right)
    Oil on canvas
    45.7 by 38.1 cm (18 by 15 in.)
    $110,000
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    Francis Picabia, Stanhopea Martiana, c. 1932
    $110,000
  • Pablo Picasso, Tête (Autoportrait), 1972
    Pablo Picasso
    Tête (Autoportrait), 1972
    Signed 'Picasso' (lower left); dated '29.6.72' (on the reverse)
    Gouache and India ink wash on paper
    65.7 by 50.2 cm (26 by 19¾ in.)
    Price Upon Request
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    Pablo Picasso, Tête (Autoportrait), 1972
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  • Pablo Picasso, Vase-femme avec un bras-anse, c. 1948
    Pablo Picasso
    Vase-femme avec un bras-anse, c. 1948
    Painted and incised white terracotta
    Height: 34.3 cm (13½ in.)
    $500,000
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    Pablo Picasso, Vase-femme avec un bras-anse, c. 1948
    $500,000
  • Pablo Picasso, Grand Vase aux fleurs, c. 1950-59
    Pablo Picasso
    Grand Vase aux fleurs, c. 1950-59
    Stamped 'MADOURA PLEIN' (on the underside of the vase)
    Painted white terracotta
    Height: 61 cm (24⅛ in.)
    $625,000
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    Pablo Picasso, Grand Vase aux fleurs, c. 1950-59
    $625,000
  • Phillip Lloyd Powell, Pair of "New Hope" Chairs, c. 1960
    Phillip Lloyd Powell
    Pair of "New Hope" Chairs, c. 1960
    American walnut
    69.8 by 74.9 by 81.3 cm (27½ by 29½ by 32 in.)
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  • Hans Reichel, Seeschnecken (Sea Snails), 1940
    Hans Reichel
    Seeschnecken (Sea Snails), 1940
    Signed 'R' and dated '1940' (lower right)
    Watercolor and pastel on paper
    18.5 by 26.6 cm (7¼ by 10½ in.)
    $25,000
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    Hans Reichel, Seeschnecken (Sea Snails), 1940
    $25,000
  • Rispal, Floor Lamp, c. 1950
    Rispal
    Floor Lamp, c. 1950
    Walnut, paper and enameled steel
    165.1 by 53.3 by 31.8 cm (65 by 21 by 12½ in.)
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  • Roman, Torso of Bacchus, c. 1st-2nd century AD
    Roman
    Torso of Bacchus, c. 1st-2nd century AD
    Marble
    Height: 81 cm (31⅞ in.)
    $375,000
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    Roman, Torso of Bacchus, c. 1st-2nd century AD
    $375,000
  • Roman, Fragmentary Female Face, c. 2nd-3rd century AD
    Roman
    Fragmentary Female Face, c. 2nd-3rd century AD
    Bronze
    16 by 15.5 cm (6¼ by 6⅛ in.)
    $95,000
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    Roman, Fragmentary Female Face, c. 2nd-3rd century AD
    $95,000
  • Jean Royère, “Horace” Illuminated Room Divider with Plant Holders, c. 1948
    Jean Royère
    “Horace” Illuminated Room Divider with Plant Holders, c. 1948
    Painted tubular metal, painted metal and painted wood
    280 by 70 by 25 cm (110¼ by 27½ by 9⅞ in.)
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  • Jean Royère, Cache-radiateur “Tour Eiffel”, c. 1950s
    Jean Royère
    Cache-radiateur “Tour Eiffel”, c. 1950s
    Wrought iron patinated frame with brass fixations and a marble top
    87 by 100 by 28 cm (34¼ by 39⅜ by 11⅛ in.)
    $130,000
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    Jean Royère, Cache-radiateur “Tour Eiffel”, c. 1950s
    $130,000
  • Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Artémis, 1968
    Maria Helena Vieira da Silva
    Artémis, 1968
    Signed 'Vieira da Silva' and dated '68' (lower right)
    Oil on canvas
    38 by 55 cm (15 by 21⅝ in.)
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  • Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Le Jardin d’ipomée, c. 1974
    Maria Helena Vieira da Silva
    Le Jardin d’ipomée, c. 1974
    Stamped 'Viera' (lower left)
    Tempera on handmade paper
    30 by 33 cm (11¾ by 13 in.)
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  • Dorothea Tanning, Halloween en noir (Halloween in Black), 1954
    Dorothea Tanning
    Halloween en noir (Halloween in Black), 1954
    Signed 'Dorothea Tanning' (lower right)
    Oil on canvas laid down on board
    48.3 by 36.8 cm (19 by 14½ in.)
    $60,000
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    Dorothea Tanning, Halloween en noir (Halloween in Black), 1954
    $60,000
  • Artist Unknown, American Coffee Table, 1950s
    Artist Unknown
    American Coffee Table, 1950s
    36.2 by 127.6 by 76.2 cm (14¼ by 50¼ by 30 in.)
    $9,000
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    Artist Unknown, American Coffee Table, 1950s
    $9,000
  • Andy Warhol, Judy Garland, 1979
    Andy Warhol
    Judy Garland, 1979
    Numbered 'PO 50.197' and with the stamps of The Estate of Andy Warhol and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (on the overlap)
    Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas
    101.6 by 101.6 cm (40 by 40 in.)
    Price Upon Request
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    Andy Warhol, Judy Garland, 1979
    Price Upon Request
  • Tom Wesselmann, Open Ended Nude Drawing #47, 1973
    Tom Wesselmann
    Open Ended Nude Drawing #47, 1973
    Signed 'Wesselmann', dated '73' and numbered '#47' (lower left)
    Acrylic and pencil on board
    9.2 by 22.9 cm (3⅝ by 9 in.)
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  • Tom Wesselmann, Open Ended Nude Drawing #55, 1973
    Tom Wesselmann
    Open Ended Nude Drawing #55, 1973
    Signed 'Wesselmann' dated '73' and numbered '#55' (lower left)
    Pencil on card
    10.5 by 22.9 cm (4⅛ by 9 in.)
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  • Tom Wesselmann, Open Ended Nude Drawing #88, 1978
    Tom Wesselmann
    Open Ended Nude Drawing #88, 1978
    Signed ‘Wesselmann’, dated ‘78’’ and numbered ‘#88’ (lower left); inscribed '25' (on the reverse)
    Acrylic and pencil on board
    9.2 by 22.9 cm (3⅝ by 9 in.)
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  • Woven, Carpet
    Woven
    Carpet
    Natural Aloo
    248.9 by 307.3 cm (98 by 121 in.)
    $10,500
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    Woven, Carpet
    $10,500