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Christie's American Art online auction featuring Wyeth, Avery, Miller and more. Ends 22 Sept.

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Online auction · September 16–22  | 
 
 
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CHRISTIE’S 250 ANNIVERSARY
 
 
 
 
 
 
ONLINE AUCTION
 
American Art
 
 
September 16–22
 
Bid Now
 
The upcoming auction of American art is an online-only sale that features over 100 exceptional selections spanning the 19th and 20th centuries, including highlights from blue-chip names such as Alfred Jacob Miller, Andrew Wyeth and Milton Avery. Please join us at our Rockefeller Center galleries to preview the sale and for additional information.
 
Sale information
 
 
 
Viewing
September 17–20
20 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10020
 
Contact
americanartonline@christies.com
+1 212 636 2002
 
 
Auction highlights
 
 
 
 
Lionel Walden (1861–1933)
Seascape–Waves, c. 1925
Estimate: US$30,000–50,000
 
 
Thomas Hart Benton (1889–1975)
Still Life (Synchromy), c. 1920–22
Estimate: US$20,000–30,000
 
 
Milton Avery (1885–1965)
Dune Bushes, 1958
Estimate: US$40,000–60,000
© 2016 Milton Avery Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
 
 
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth (1880–1980)
Joy of the Waters, 1920
Estimate: US$50,000–70,000
 
 
Carroll Cloar (1913–1993)
Howe’s Cash Grocery, 1963
Estimate: US$15,000–25,000
 
 
Alfred Jacob Miller (1810–1874)
Wind River Mountains–Indians Chasing Deer, 1853
Estimate: US$100,000–150,000
 
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John Marin (1870–1953)
Sea and Sail, Cape Split, Maine, 1938
Estimate: US$30,000–50,000
 
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