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ARTinvestment.RU   07 июня 2008

Until June 20 at will take part in the auction, which exhibited prints of Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein and other masters of modern art

«pearl» Warhol auction was the work of, inter alia, four portraits of John Kennedy in a series of Flash ( «flash»). These prints are accompanied by text, taken from news articles on the day of the assassination of Kennedy. Portraits Kennedy are the most desirable for collectors of the works in this series, naschityvaeyuschey 11 prints. The most original is called «black» a portrait of Kennedy, where the president is like a ghost. In a series of Flash works reflected one of the main topics of art Warhol - the theme of death. Estimeyt each of a series of prints is 10-12 thousand dollars.

At the auction are presented such works Warhol as «Seated Buffalo» (Sitting Bull), an additional print, are not included in the portfolio «cowboys and Indians» (15-20 thousand dollars), and «Uncle Sam» (Uncle Sam; 32-35 thousand dollars). Both prints are made in a very recognizable pop artovskoy style.

Another outstanding product of «classical» Pop Art submitted in the tender, - «Woman» Roy Lichtenstein. The work, which is estimeyt 2,8-3,2 thousand dollars - it is one of the earliest samples run graphic artist. Print is a known image of blondes, which later become one of the main characters of the mythology of Liechtenstein.

Of the young heroes of pop-art fashion should be noted Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. It was expected that his psychedelic work «727 727» 5,5-7,5 bring thousands of dollars.

At the auction, you can purchase the product, the British graffiti artist known as the nickname Banksy. Street art is becoming increasingly popular: Recently, several well-known artists of this genre are even allowed to sign a building gallery Tate Modern. Therefore we can say that ironical work «Criminal fiction» (Pulp Fiction) will become a profitable acquisition. Estimeyt print - 5-7 thousand dollars.

The list of online auction lots included prints sverhpopulyarnogo Jeff Koons and the well-known young artist Elizabeth Peyton. Last submitted engraving done in the technique of «Ukiyo-e», and through a printing press 95 times. Work «Ben in colors» (Flower Ben), estimated at 7-9 thousand dollars, is an image of fine young man on a background flavor.

Classic genre - Marc Chagall. Work «Couple» (Le Couple) - very typical of the artist's picture lovers. Fingerprint taken from the series «Dreams» (Songes). His estimeyt - 9,5-12 thousand dollars.

In addition to fingerprints, the online auction you can buy ceramics of Pablo Picasso, for example a vase in the form of an owl with estimeytom 7-8 thousand dollars. In late 1960 the artist held sovu home and often used it as a model for their work.

Applications for all works (except works of Marc Chagall) are accepted until June 12.

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