A Jackson Pollock Landscape Once Thought To Be Lost Headlines Freeman’s Sale

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A Jackson Pollock Landscape Once Thought To Be Lost Headlines Freemans Sale

On October 5th, 2020, Freeman’s will hold its single-owner auction of the Collection of Dr. Henry & Mrs. Fannie Levine, prominent Philadelphia collectors. It is also a rare opportunity for discerning buyers seeking blue-chip material offered for the first time in decades. Jackson Pollock (American, 1912-1956), , Pennsylvania Landscape. Estimate: $60,000 - 100,000Freeman's Considered lost for many years, Jackson Pollock’s Pennsylvania Landscape returns to the art market with this event. Collectors will also find a diverse offering of work by Karel Appel and Paul Jenkins, as well as a 1949 still life by Bernard Buffet. A LIFETIME OF CURIOSITY FUELS A COLLECTION Curiosity and

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