Giorgio de Chirico, a writer and artist, was the co-founder of the Metaphysical art movement, which influenced the Surrealists before World War I. Tate describes the movement’s style as “…a dream-like view of eerie arcaded squares with unexpected juxtapositions of objects.” An example of de Chirico’s work is featured in the upcoming Prints and Multiples Auction, offered by Finarte. The available collection of ten different prints includes sketches titled The Attendant, Furniture in the Valley, The Idol, and more. Each is signed in the lower right.
Another item highlighted in the sale is a color screenprint by Andy Warhol. In the 1950s, he was a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. Warhol is best known for capturing the link between celebrity culture and art. The sale also highlights a ceramic work from Pablo Picasso. Beyond his influence in Cubism and Surrealism, the Spanish artist is also known for his ceramics. View more of these lots and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (194), Posters, Prints & Multiples (194), Decorative Arts (6), Collectibles (4)
# of Lots:204
Price Range:$43 - $8,696
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Giorgio de Chirico (Volos 1888-Roma 1978) - Ten papers|| Estimate: |
|Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) - Tete de chevre, 1952|| Estimate: |
|Giuseppe Capogrossi (Roma 1900-1972) - Six lithographs in colors|| Estimate: |
|Andy Warhol (Pittsburgh 1928-New York 1987) - Ladies and Gentleman, Tav.5, 1975|| Estimate: |
|Mimmo Paladino (Paduli 1948) - Untitled (Hand, Torus, Dog, Head), 2002|| Estimate: |