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CHRISTIE'S MODERN BRITISH SALE YIELDS ALMOST 17,5 MILLION GBP
19 June 2019
Category : MARKET

Christie's Modern British art sale held in london on June 17 totalled £17,477,500 with sell-through rates of 89% by value and 77% by lot. Registered bidders from 16 countries across 4 continents.

The sale was led by Barbara Hepworth's The Family of Man (Figure 8, The Bride), realising £3,838,250, while Elisabeth Frink's Running Man (Front Runner) sold for a record price of £1,091,250. We witnessed great interest throughout the evening with Henry Moore's Working Model for Oval with Points achieving £2,051,250. Barbara Hepworth'sOval Sculpture drew lively bidding, to more than double its estimate (£1,451,250). Breton Boy in Profile by Roderic O'Conor from the Drue Heinz Collection realised £419,250, more than three times the estimate. ‘20th Century at Christie's' continues with the Modern British Art Day Sale on 18 June.”

The following day, Christie's registered £36,413,750 for their Impressionist and Modern Art sale, selling 77% by lot. Pablo Picasso's Homme et femme nus led the evening, with a bid of £12,464,250. Well priced works drew lively bidding in the room, while The Landscape of a Mind: A Private Collector's Surreal Vision reinforced the appeal of works fresh to market. Great results were achieved for works on paper, includingLiegender Mädchenakt by Egon Schiele (£1,271,250), over six times its estimate, and Hannah Höch's Er und sein Milieu (£635,250). Henri Lauren's Homme à la pipe saw international competition, achieving £1,691,250, and there was continued interest in the Surrealist market, including Yves Tanguy's L'Extinction des espèces II, which realised £3,131,250. The sale saw registered bidders from 25 countries across 5 continents following international touring of our highlights in Hong Kong and New York.”

 

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