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Christies abstract art auction: Towmbly, Diebenkorn, Joan Mitchell…

Abstract Art auction Nov. 15 2012.

This is a fast but visual abstract art post. Christies is having their Nov 15 Post War and Contemporary morning sale, whose focus is on paintings, sculpture, and works on paper from the Post-War period, including works from Diebenkorn, Rothko, Motherwell, Joan Mitchell and Cy Twombly just to name a few…

If I had the money, I would surely bid for some of the paintings being auctioned (but I happen not to have it just right know…. a pitty :))… The following pictures are a selection of some abstract painings being shown…. Enjoy them.

Auction houses normally create spectacular catalogues for their sales. These catalogues have always been great sources of inspiration and knowledge to me. Pinterest (where I´ve already selected and discovered interesting abstract artworks), is another one.

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4 Responses to "Christies abstract art auction: Towmbly, Diebenkorn, Joan Mitchell…"

    • yasoypintor
      October 26, 2012 - 5:48 pm Reply

      Thks a lot Ross … this is my first fast post :) :) :), and I guess I went tooo fast. Thnks, it´s been already changed. Uff.



  • Glennie Bee
    October 27, 2012 - 7:43 am Reply

    If I win the Euromillions between now and Nov 15, that Diebenkorn is MINE!! ;)

    • yasoypintor
      October 27, 2012 - 9:56 am Reply

      no,no,no … Glennie, that Diebenkorn has to be mine :).

      Thanks for joining.


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