Sackler Consignment Offered by Sotheby’s

 

Kandinsky’s oil painting “Dramatic and Mild” (1932) is the star of Sotheby’s fall sales of pieces amassed by the collector and philanthropist Arthur M. Sackler. An example of Kandinsky’s mature style, the work is expected to bring $6 million to $8 million.

Kandinsky’s oil painting “Dramatic and Mild” (1932) is the star of Sotheby’s fall sales of pieces amassed by the collector and philanthropist Arthur M. Sackler. An example of Kandinsky’s mature style, the work is expected to bring $6 million to $8 million.

 

 The chance to sell art and objects from the collection of Arthur M. Sackler — the psychiatrist and philanthropist who became one of the leading art collectors in the United States — presents an ideal marketing opportunity for Sotheby’s…

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Source: New York Times. Art&Design. 23.July.2009

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2 Responses to Sackler Consignment Offered by Sotheby’s

  1. Wanda Pepin says:

    In my opinion, Kadinsky was really a breakthrough abstract artist. I loved seeing a photo of this painting and was impressed at the size of it. Kadinsky mostly painted on smaller canvases.

  2. forexltd says:

    I do agree with Wanda. His works make me think different. Reality is not only what and how you see it.

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