Christie's Paris welcomes you for a private visit in small group. Discover the exceptional exhibition organized for the sale of Impressionist art and modern works on paper on April 14. Among the highlights are a remarkable gouache by Robert Delaunay, Manège de cochons, Gino Severini's impressive painting Come le foglie and Pierre-Auguste Renoir's Roses.
The overall estimate for this sale is close to 8 million euros ! You will have the privilege to discover nearly 200 lots: works on paper, paintings and sculptures... Three prestigious private collections are at the heart of this sale, which highlights a refined and singular taste for Impressionist and modern art. Other major figures of the late 19th and early 20th centuries offer a rich panorama that should attract the attention of collectors. A specialist will comment the history of these collections.
Christie's, synonymous with exceptional works of art and international prestige, founded in 1766 by James Christie, has organized the largest and most famous auctions over the centuries. The firm holds an average of 350 auctions a year in more than 80 different categories, including paintings, furniture, jewelry, photography and wine. Prices of works sold range from $200 to over $100 million !
In his old age, Renoir loved roses like no other flower, painting them enthusiastically, either i
Christie's : 9 avenue Matignon, 75008 Paris
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