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The painting offered for auction yesterday by Christie’s London, during its Old Master & British Paintings sale, estimated between £3 and £5 million, did not find any buyer.
The painting is offered for auction on Tuesday, July the 2d, for an estimate between £3 and £5 million. Detailed lot notes are available on Christie’s website, as an audio description, by Georgina Wilsenach, Head of Department in Old Master Paintings. Further information: • Lot 35 from sale #1136
A painting attributed to Nicolas Poussin, Christ and the woman of Samaria, is offered for auction on March 23rd at Hargesheimer & Günther : Thuillier mentions this painting, today lost, known by letters as painted for Chantelou in 1662 and represented on an etching by Jean Pesne (quite different from the painting for auction) and several … Continue reading A Christ and the woman of Samaria on sale at Hargesheimer & Günther Düsseldorf
The auction house has just announced the offering of an unusual -and whose authorship seems to be questioned- painting of Poussin, The Elephant or Hannibal crossing the Alps (1625-1626), at its Old Master & British Paintings Auction on July 2d. The painting (100 x 133 cm), estimated between £3 and £5 million, shows Hannibal, the legendary Carthaginian general, directing … Continue reading An Elephant on sale at Christie’s London on July
Christie’s Paris announced its upcoming Old Masters drawings sale in Paris on 1Oth April, including an unseen work of Poussin. The drawing, representing A lying man on a bed, two men standing in the back, one holding his hand (estimate: €80,000-120,000) is a study for the painting La Mort de Germanicus (The death of Germanicus), 1627, … Continue reading A previously unseen drawing by Nicolas Poussin on sale at Christie’s Paris on April