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Christie's Small is Beautiful: The Art of Sculpture Online Auction [SPONSORED]

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Christie’s Small Is Beautiful: The Art of Sculpture online auction offers tabletop and small-scale sculpture by artists ranging from Modern master Henri Matisse to the Polish artist Igor Mitoraj and the Uruguayan contemporary artist Pablo Atchugarry. These works are offered in an art historical and aesthetic dialogue with a select group of antiquities and works by other international artists. The sale is led by the earliest currently recorded cast of Alexander Archipenko's Woman Combing Her Hair, in a private collection since the 1920s, and Henry Moore’s exceptionally rare and unique Small Helmet Head from the collection of the family of Harry Brooks. Estimates range from $800 to $120,000.
Get an in-depth look at sculptural works by Alexander Archipenko, Igor Mitoraj and Henri Matisse that exemplify the Small Is Beautiful theme
Specialist Kristen France highlights an exceptional grouping of Latin American sculpture featured in the Small Is Beautiful sale
LYNN CHADWICK (1914–2003)
Maquette III Two Winged Figures
signed with initial, numbered and dated 'C 670S 2/6', stamped with the Pangolin Edition foundry mark (on the inside of the cloak of each figure)
bronze with a dark brown and polished patina
the tallest 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm.) high
Conceived in 1973 and executed in an edition of six
© Lynn Chadwick / Bridgeman Images
Universal Love
signed 'ATCHUGARRY' (near the base)
white Carrara marble with granite base
14 in. (35.6 cm.) high
Conceived in 2015, this work is unique
© 2015 Pablo Atchugarry
signed and numbered '4/6 Mitoraj' (lower right)
bronze with a blue patina
21 5/8 in. (55 cm.) long
Conceived in 1996
© 2015 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
HENRY MOORE (1898–1986)
Small Helmet Head
bronze with a green and dark brown patina
4 3/8 in. (11.2 cm.) high, excluding the base
Executed in 1950, this work is unique
© 2015 The Henry Moore Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Woman Combing Her Hair
signed 'Archipenko' (on the top of the base); with the foundry mark 'Heinze-Barth' (on the side of the base)
bronze with light brown patina
14 in. (35.5 cm.) high
Conceived in 1915; this bronze version was cast in Berlin before 1923
© 2015 Estate of Alexander Archipenko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
MARIO CARREÑO (1913–1999)
signed and numbered 'Carreño, 15/18' and inscribed with the foundry mark "FUNDICION R. BUCHHASS' (near the base)
25 1/4 in. (63.5 cm.) high
Conceived in 1974 and executed in 2002 in an edition of 18
© 2015 Estate of Mario Carreño / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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