David Norman delves into his 30 years experience as a top specialist in Impressionist and Modern art to discuss in this podcast sponsored by Christie’s Education New York the results of the November sales in New York.
*Norman explains the backstory behind Wassily Kandinksy’s Rigide et courbé and the not-easy decision to guarantee a post-Bauhaus Kandinsky at that level.
*Norman offers some of the market history behind Edvard Munch’s Girls on the Bridge.
*We learn more about how the changing tastes have effected the prices for Monet’s gainstacks.
*Also discussed here are many works that were previously offered nearly a generation ago that failed to find buyers but now achieved major prices, as well as surprises for Miro, Chagall, Picasso and others.
Sponsored by Christie’s Education New York: