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Bailey Parade: Photo by David Bailey

Mick Jagger (POA) © David Bailey photographed by David Bailey in 1964.Courtesy of Sotheby’s and Immitate Modern

A summary of the three main tasks Bailey’s parade 30 photos cover the 60-year career of a well-known photographer. Includes some of the most acclaimed images of the 1960s, including Mick Jagger, Jean Shrimpton, Andy Warhol’s “pinup” portraits, a series of color still lifes from the late 2000s, and recent overpainting. It will be. Photo. Until April 22nd.

Bonhams’ first sale of Goodwood in 2022

Duke of Edinburgh 1956 Albatross MkIII Supersport Runabout Speedboat
The late Duke of Edinburgh’s 1956 Albatross MkIII Supersport Runabout Speedboat is expected to reach £ 20,000 – £ 30,000 © Bonhams
2002 Aston Martin Vanquish previously owned by Hugh Grant
Previously owned by Hugh Grant 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish (estimated £ 58,000 – £ 65,000) © Bonhams

The limited edition 1960s Convertible Maserati Mistral is set to lead the sale of Bonhams’ first Goodwood (and UK) of the year. It offers a collection studded with (mostly) car stars. This includes the Aston Martin Vanquish, previously owned by actor Hugh Grant, and the exclusive Albatross Speedboat, owned by the Duke of Edinburgh for over 30 years. April 10;

Jackie Mattis Monnier’s personal collection

Nymphe et faune rouge, 1935, by Mattis
The late Mattis Monnier’s collection includes grandfathers Nymph and Fawn Rouge, 1935 (estimated between € 1.8 million and € 2.2 million) © Christie’s Images Limited 2022
Petit Bastdom, 1950, by Alberto Giacometti
Petit Bastdom, 1950, by Alberto Giacometti (estimated € 3-5 million) © Christie’s Images Limited 2022

Jackie Mathis Monnier’s collection, late granddaughter Henri MatisseIncludes unprecedented works, directly originating from the artist and his family. The 78-piece selection also includes works by other 20th-century greats such as Jean Dubuffet, the Jacometti Brothers, Niki de Saint Phalle, Claude and Francis Xavier Laranne. With an estimated total value of over € 23 million, you can see an extraordinary collection at Christie’s Paris gallery before it is put up for auction. April 13;

Gerald Genta: Time Icon, Hong Kong

Patek Philippe's original prototype design by Gerald Genta, c1978

Patek Philippe’s original prototype design by Gerald Genta, c1978 © Courtesy of Sotheby’s

One of Genta's prototype designs featuring a dragon,

One of Genta’s prototype designs featuring dragons, c1995. Both works come with NFT.Quote on request © Courtesy of Sotheby’s

This is the second part of Sotheby’s’ international trilogy of auctions in Geneva, Hong Kong and New York, celebrating the deceased. Watchmaking pioneer Gerald Genta.. The collection contains some original prototype designs of Genta’s most iconic watches. Patek Philippe Nautilus Beretta, each artwork comes with its own NFT equivalent. Think of artistic digital replicas, and in some cases, invisible archives and multimedia biographical content.Part of the profit Gerald Genta Heritage AssociationSupporting the next generation of watchmakers and supporting Gerald Genta’s Young Talent Award. Until April 19th.

Ode to animal art

Francis Bacon's Bullfighting Study No. 1, 1971, 1969
Francis Bacon’s Bullfighting Study No. 1, 1969 (S10), 1971 edition (estimated € 40,000- € 60,000) © DACS / ARS.Courtesy of Sotheby’s
Giraffe in the Mirage of the Tal Desert, Kenya, June 1960 by Peter Beard
Giraffe in the Mirage of the Tal Desert, Kenya, June 1960 by Peter Beard (estimated € 200,000- € 300,000) © Provided by Sotheby’s

With the first sale of its kind dedicated exclusively to the animal kingdom, Sotheby’s has been collecting art throughout the creature-centric era. From the scientific expressions found in 17th-century academic paintings and great works of the natural sciences to the depictions of art in the 20th and 21st centuries, auctions have long made animals of all sorts of social and symbolic importance. It reminds me of what I had.The highlights are: Picasso1952 Vase Aux Chèvres, Francis Baconof Research No. 1 for bullfighting Bronze sculpture of Antoine-Louis Barry Tigreki Marche. April 22;

De Beers Cullinan Blue Diamond and “The Rock”

De Beers Cullinan Blue Diamond
De Beers Cullinan Blue Diamond (estimated on request) is the largest ever on the market © Sotheby’s offer

In this month’s Sotheby’s Hong Kong, a very rare De Beers Cullinan blue diamond is placed under a hammer. Finely cut and crafted from rough stones discovered in April 2021, bright blue diamonds are the largest ever on the market. Two weeks later, Christie’s will auction the largest white diamond in history. The 228-carat pear-shaped gem named “The Rock” will lead the sale of magnificent Geneva gems in May. April 27; May 11;

50 years of Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak

Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak A2 Watch
The 1972 Royal Oak A2 is estimated to acquire SFr200,000-SFr400,000 (approximately £ 163,915-£ 327,825).

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak, Philips dedicates the entire auction to the most coveted watches of Swiss watchmakers. From one of the first unused Royal Oak watches manufactured in 1972 to a model believed to have been worn by the late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, Philips has so far sold eight of its 88 models on the Golden Jubilee Sale. Announced. , All of these are estimated to reach the 6-digit range. May 6;

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