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Painted in October 1970 it is estimated at £14-18 million.Helena Newman, Global Co-Head of Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Department & Chairman of Sotheby’s Europe, said: ‘This powerful portrait exemplifies Picasso’s creative force in his final years and represents the culmination of a life-long obsession.Through the subject of the bullfight, Picasso explores the theme of life and death, creation and destruction, earth and sun, casting himself at the centre stage of the spectacle.We are thrilled to be presenting two prime examples of works by Picasso at his very best in one sale – Le Matador and Femme au béret et à la robe quadrillée (Marie-Thérèse Walter) – both from key periods of the artist’s career.’ André Derain’s Londres: la Tamise au pont de Westminster (1906-07) will highlight Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale in London on February 27.The auction includes lots from a period house in Askeaton with six Victorian gilt overmantles, a Victorian oval ended dining table with two extra leaves estimated at just 300-400 and chairs. WITH sales of £5.1 billion Christie’s led the global art market in 2017. This included Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi which smashed the world record for any work of art sold at auction when made 0.3 million.Increased supply at masterpiece level met continued demand as global auction sales increased 38% to £4.6 billion (.9 billion, up 33%).
On offer is a range of floor coverings from the exotic East to the Dun Emer Guild by way of Aubusson and Donegal.
Sales in the Americas increased to £2.5 billion, up 68% (.2 billion, up 62%), sales in Asia totalled £582.9 million, up 11% (4.9 million, up 7%), and sales in Europe and the Middle East totalled £1.5 billion, up 16% ( billion, up 11%). This is among the first of the triumphant musketeers that appeared in Pablo Picasso’s art in 1967.
The iconic figure is accompanied by a sensuous, seated nude.
Displaying his three cars at Mini Fest in Uttoxeter Staffordshire today the Italian Job and Mini fanatic said: ‘Michael Caine and the film's chief stunt driver, Remy Julienne, helped advise me on how to get the cars back to their original conditions.‘Only these three boxes came back to England.
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