Christie's announces highlights included in its Prints and Multiples sale

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Christie's announces highlights included in its Prints and Multiples sale
Andy Warhol, (1928-1987), $ (9), the complete set of two unique screenprints in colors, on Lenox Museum Board, 1982. Each Sheet: 397⁄8 x 32 in. (1013 x 813 mm.) Estimate: $150,000-200,000. © Christie's Images Ltd 2020.

NEW YORK, NY.- Christie’s announced the online sale Working from Home: Prints and Multiples (April 30-May 14). The sale includes over 70 lots spanning from 19th century to the present day, and features modern works by Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch and Pablo Picasso alongside Post-War and Contemporary editions by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Damien Hirst among others.

The sale features a broad selection of Post-War and Contemporary prints led by Andy Warhol’s $ (9) ($150,000-200,000), the complete set of two unique screenprints, Roy Lichtenstein’s Roommates, from Nude Series ($150,000-200,000) and works by David Hockney including Amaryllis in Vase, from Moving Focus ($60,000-80,000) and Godetia ($8,000-12,000). Other Contemporary highlights include a selection of Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup screenprints (estimates ranging from $7,000-15,000).

Also featured in the sale are Joan Miró prints from the Estate of Jacquelyn Miller Matisse, André Breton, Constellations, Pierre Matisse, New York, 1959 ($60,000-80,000) and Gravures pour une exposition, Pierre Matisse, New York, 1973 ($20,000-30,000), sold to benefit charitable causes. Additional Modern highlights include a complete example of Marc Chagall’s Four Tales from the Arabian Nights ($80,000-120,000) and a selection of editions by Henri Matisse and Edvard Munch.

Bidding begins on 30 April at 10 a.m. EDT and will begin closing lot by lot on 14 May at 10 a.m. EDT. The entire sale is now available to digitally browse on


• ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987), $ (9), the complete set of two unique screenprints in colors, on Lenox Museum Board, 1982. Each Sheet: 397⁄8 x 32 in. (1013 x 813 mm.) Estimate: $150,000-200,000

• DAVID HOCKNEY (B. 1937), Amaryllis in Vase, from Moving Focus, lithograph in colors, on TGL handmade paper, 1985. Image: 451⁄2 x 321⁄2 in. (1156 x 826 mm.) Sheet: 50 x 361⁄4 in. (1270 x 921 mm.) Estimate: $60,000-80,000

• JOAN MIRÓ (1893-1983), André Breton, Constellations, Pierre Matisse, New York, 1959 the complete set of two signed and numbered lithographs in colors and 22 pochoir reproductions in colors after gouaches by the artist, on Arches paper, 1959 Overall: 181⁄2 x 15 x 2 in. (470 x 381 x 51 mm.) Estimate: $60,000-80,000

• JEFF KOONS (B. 1955), Gazing Ball (van Gogh Wheatfield with Cypresses). Archival pigment print in colors with blue mirrored glass inset, on Innova rag paper, 2017. Image: 293⁄8 x 367⁄8 in. (746 x 937 mm.) Sheet: 335⁄8 x 403⁄8 in. (854 x 1027 mm.). Estimate: $50,000-70,000

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