Brooklyn-born artist Michael Dweck’s Mermaid 128, Aripeka, Florida is part of our Eternal Summer auction.
Brooklyn-born artist Alex Katz’s 1990 work, Ada in White Hat.
Andy Warhol’s beautiful and wistful Sunset.
Artist Slim Aarons built his career on photographing the jet-set lifestyle of Hollywood stars, American and European socialites, and other celebrated figures. His approach was simple; using no make-up artists or artificial lights, he let the natural opulence of his subjects and their surroundings illuminate his lens!
Put on your sunscreen, and make sure you wear your shades because this summer is going to be hot! Celebrate the heady days and long, perfect nights of summer with works by artists such as David Hockney, Elliot Erwitt, John Baldessari, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol.
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Pablo Picasso’s last muse,Jacqueline Roque, is considered to have been a catalyst for the burst of innovation and creativity in the artist’s later years. The two met in the South of France in 1952, when Picasso was nearly 70 and Jacqueline was only 27 years old.
Pictured is his 1959 work, Deux Femmes avec un Vase a Fleurs.
Shoe of the Evening
Andy Warhol’s 1955 Shoe of the Evening, Beautiful Shoe (from A La Recherche du Shoe Perdu) seems very appropriate post Met Ball 2013, which saw its star guests embrace this year’s exhibition theme—Punk: Chaos to Couture—with aplomb.
Spanish artist Joan Miró’s powerful 1969 work, Le Matador.
Nicaragua-born artist Armando Morales is famous for his sensual paintings of nudes, often bathing in the dim moonlight. Here, Morales paints a gathering of voluptuous nudes in hues of cool blues and greens, gathered near the windows of a glowing, star-lit night.
Chaos and Still Life
In his 1943 work, Wine for Rita, famous Regionalist artist, Thomas Hart Benton, portrays America’s stability during the chaotic time of WWII.
Jose David Alfaro Siqueiros was best known for large murals in fresco that established the Mexican Mural Renaissance together with Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco. They’re also known as Los Tres Grandes.
Pictured is his 1960 work, Paisaje Volcanico.
“I am interested only in the unknown and I work for my own astonishment.” - Roberto Matta
Chilean-born artist Roberto Matta was, in fact, introduced to the Surrealist movement in 1934 in Madrid, by non other than Salvador Dali.
Pictured is his 1963 work, Les Pandrelles du Soir, which is part of our online auction of Latin American Art
One of the most famous Surrealist artists, Cuban-born Wifredo Lam (1902–1982) is known for his stylized utilization of the erotic, mythological creatures of his native culture. His paintings, prints, and sculptures reference his life experiences, from his 1946 sojourn to Haiti and Cuba to his studies with Pablo Picasso and André Breton in Paris!
Pictured is his 1959 work, Figura con trenza y pajaros.
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The latest lot on artnet Auctions: Frank Stella’s 1989 work, Moby Dick, from Waves II.
Russell Young portrays Marilyn Monroe glamorous as ever, even though she is in a state of tears.