Simon Hantaï (1922-2008) Étude Estimate: EUR 400,000 - EUR 600,000 (USD 479,570 - USD 719,355) Lot 48
Image: Simon Hantaï's Étude, courtesy to Christie's
5 December, 2020 Dedicated to lovers of post-war and contemporary art, this sale will offer a large selection of unmissable works for Paris: from Nicolas de Staël to Serge Poliakoff, via Maria Helena Vieira da Silva or even Jean Dubuffet or Simon Hantaï , all the most famous names of the post-war art scene will be represented and for many of them offered for the very first time at auction, starting with an exceptional set of works sold to the benefit of the Indianapolis Museum of Art .
This sale will also be a call to travel for collectors through a very fine selection of international artists among the most popular. Indeed, whether they are Spanish with exceptional works by Antoni Tàpies and Manolo Millares, German through Gunther Förg, Imi Knoebel or AR Penck, but also American with Tom Wesselmann, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein and even South African alongside William Kentridge, the sale will offer a fantastic insight into the best of contemporary creation.
Simon Hantaï (1922-2008)
Estimate: EUR 400,000 - EUR 600,000
(USD 479,570 - USD 719,355)
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