The 1997-98 Woman on Blue Bus Seat sculpture, available in the upcoming Post-War & Contemporary Art Auction presented by Bonhams, is the creation of artist and sculptor George Segal. The inspiration behind Segal’s sculptures often came from his own body and the people surrounding him. In his lifetime, Segal dabbled across Expressionism and Modern Art. However, he was most noted for his work in the Pop Art movement.
Beyond the sculpture pieces, bidders will also find a collection of 152 full-sized Supreme skateboard decks. Bonhams explains the success mantra for Supreme, one of the most-recognized skateboard brands: “It was this cross-pollination of styles, designs, and motifs that identified Supreme as a breakthrough presence in the industry.” Also presented are works such as Surprised Woman, a sculpture by Viola Frey, and Repose II, an inkjet print by Wolfgang Tillmans. For more information on these lots, visit Bonhams’ official website.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (64)
# of Lots:64
Price Range:$5,000 - $350,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|George Segal (1924-2000) Woman on Blue Bus Seat (NYC Map), 1997/1999|| Estimate: |
|Supreme, New York A collection of 152 full-sized Supreme skateboard decks, published by Supreme, New York between 2008-2019|| Estimate: |
|Viola Frey (1933-2004) Surprised Woman, 1986|| Estimate: |
|Wolfgang Tillmans (B. 1968) Repose II, 2013|| Estimate: |
|RICHARD PRINCE (B. 1949) Untitled (Refreshment), 1982|| Estimate: |