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London, 30 January – 18 February 2020



20th Century Week at Christie’s London is an unmissable opportunity to acquire works by some of the biggest names in Impressionist, Modern and Post-War and Contemporary Art.

Spanning eight auctions from 30 January – 18 February, Impressionist and Modern Art highlights from the Evening Sale on 5 February include a vivid Picasso still-life, Intérieur au pot de fleurs, as well as Eve, one of Rodin’s most celebrated sculptures. Our annual The Art of the Surreal Evening Sale showcases works by the leading artists of the Surrealist movement, including , , and .

The Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 12 February offers a range of exceptional pieces by key 20th- and 21st-century figures such as and alongside exciting contemporary names, including and . The Day Sale continues this theme, with works by and juxtaposed with emerging talent like and .

Preview works during the global tour in Hong Kong and Taipei from 7–15 January, or visit the full view at our King Street galleries in London from 30 January.

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Auction highlights

  • Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985)

    Mire G 90 (Kowloon), 1983
    Estimate
    £100,000-150,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale, London, 13 February

  • Gerhard Richter (b. 1932)

    Grün-Blau-Rot (Green-Blue-Red), 1993
    Estimate
    £250,000-350,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale, London, 13 February

  • Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985)

    Panorama, 1978
    Estimate
    £2,000,000-3,000,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale, London, 12 February

  • Yoshitomo Nara (b. 1959)

    Nowhere Land/ Dead of Night, 2004
    Estimate
    £2,000,000-3,000,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale, London, 12 February

  • Auguste Rodin (1840–1917)

    Eve, petit modèle, Version à la base carrée dite aussi aux pieds plats, 1883
    Estimate
    £500,000–800,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale, London, 5 February

  • Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)

    Intérieur au pot de fleurs, 1953
    Estimate
    £7,000,000–10,000,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale, London, 5 February

  • Camille Pissarro (1830–1903)

    Après la pluie, automne, Éragny, 1901
    Estimate
    £1,200,000–1,800,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale, London, 5 February

  • Francis Picabia (1879–1953)

    Sans titre (Venise), 1948
    Estimate
    £300,000–500,000
    Related sale
    The Art of The Surreal Evening Sale, London, 5 February

  • Antoni Tàpies (1923–2012)

    Homenatge a Miguel Hernández (Homage to Miguel Hernández), 1951
    Estimate
    £80,000–120,000
    Related sale
    The Art of The Surreal Evening Sale, London, 5 February

  • René Magritte (1898–1967)

    Les fleurs de l'abîme, 1928
    Estimate
    £1,200,000–1,800,000
    Related sale
    The Art of The Surreal Evening Sale, London, 5 February

  • Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)

    Homme au Mouton, Nu et Musicien, 1967
    Estimate
    £200,000–300,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Works on Paper, London, 6 February

  • Salvador Dalí (1904–1989)

    Ulysse et son fils Télémaque, 1970
    Estimate
    £100,000–150,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Works on Paper, London, 6 February

  • Gino Severini (1883–1966)

    Sortie Nord-Sud, circa 1913
    Estimate
    £400,000–600,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Works on Paper, London, 6 February

  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919)

    Rochers de Guernesey avec personnages (plage à Guernesey), 1883
    Estimate
    £400,000–600,000
    Related sale
    Impressionist and Modern Art Day Sale, London, 6 February

  • Albert Oehlen (b. 1954)

    Mission Rohrfrei, 1996
    Estimate
    £1,800,000-2,500,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction, London, 12 February

  • Harold Ancart

    Untitled, (Seascape)
    Estimate
    £40,000-60,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Auction, London, 13 February

  • Tschabalala Self (b.1990)

    Spare Moment, 2015
    oil, pigment, fabric and acrylic on canvas
    Estimate
    £80,000-120,000
    Related sale
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction, London, 12 February

Private Sales Exhibition

Into the Fold: La Vie Dans Les Plis

An artist curated selection presenting the fold into contemporary art.

Paris, 8-19 January 2020
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