This Contemporary Curated Sale, presented by Sotheby’s, offers more than 200 works of fine art. Highlighted among the lots is a painting from Kenneth Noland’s Target series, inspired by the Color Field art movement. Noland created these works by spreading thinned paint on a canvas and then moving his colors in concentric circles. The available piece, titled Ember, is a strong example of Noland’s painting style.
Other contemporary art on offer includes Robert Indiana’s Love sculpture. This particular design became widely popularized in the American art scene in 1970. The offered piece depicts the iconic Pop Art image in red with a blue and green interior. According to the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Barbara Haskell, the tilted O in the word indicates the instability of relationships. Also available is an alkyd on paper piece by American artist Christopher Wool. Against the white background, Wool employs some of his recurring flora and fauna motifs. This piece was produced between 1993 and 1994. Those interested in this or any other lot can register to bid on the Sotheby’s website.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (248)
# of Lots:248
Price Range:$4,000 - $2,800,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Kenneth Noland | Ember|| Estimate: |
|Jean-Michel Basquiat | Untitled (Head)|| Estimate: |
|Robert Indiana | Love|| Estimate: |
|Christopher Wool | Untitled|| Estimate: |
|Barkley L. Hendricks | Latin From Manhattan...The Bronx Actually|| Estimate: |