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Lot 113 Custave Caillebotte Les Champs ($300k)–sells for $398,500
Lot 116 Picasso Pigeon ($120k)–small sculpture takes off for a $314,500 sale.
Lot 117 Picasso Tete d’Animal A Cornes ($90k)–clearly Picasso animal sculptures are the new thing because this doubles up to make $194,500.
Lot 118 Picasso Tete d’Animal A Cornes ($70k)–keeps up the trend with $134,500 sale. They ordered them well in the sale.
Lot 122 Jean Metzinger Cafetiere, Deux Bouteilles et Salade ($180k)–$254,500 is a healthy premium
Lot 127 Henri Martin Le Pont de Labastide du Vert ($300k)–previous lot sells at high est. but this one really blows out the range and makes $626,500.
Lot 130 Maillol Etude pour La Pensee ($70k)–8 inch bronze goes for $122,500
Lot 133 Utrillo La Rue Norvins ($180k)–Utrillo is having a very good day at Sotheby’s, this one went for $314,500.
Lot 136 Albert Marquet Voiliers a sete ($600k)–just misses the high est. but no one is going to be disappointed with the $638,500 sale.
Lot 146 Degas Avant La Course ($250k) –$302,500 takes it.
Lot 147 Renoir Nature Morte aux figues ($400k)–easily meets the top estimate and sells for $470,500
Lot 152 Chagall Couple Assis ($60k)–buyer pays nearly double the high est. or $116,500
Lot 158 Henri Laurens L’Aurore ($500k)–tabletop bronze sells right in line with est. at $506,500
Lot 160 Rudolf Bauer Center Accent ($60k)–$98,500
Lot 161 Albert Gliezes Composition ($80k)–gets a strong vote at $134,500
Lot 167 Jacques Lipchitz Meditation, Homme Assis ($250k)–sells near the top end of the est for $290,500
Lot 172 Ben Nicholson Goose Neck ($45k)–the final number is more than twice that high est. or $92,500
Lot 173-175 Henry Moore–two out of the three Moore bronzes sell above est.
Lot 176 Barbara Hepworth Orpheus ($200k)–maquette goes for $434,500 reaffirming the strong prices whenever her work is sold.
Lot 177 Moore Stringed Reclining Figure ($150k)–rare work gets a powerful price at $254,500
Lot 179 Rudolf Bauer Red Staff ($60k)–the 1939 work is bid to $182,500
Lot 180 Max Ernst Landscape ($70k)–$110,500
Lot 196 Rudolf Bauer Composition ($200k)–$290,500 continues the strength in this sale for his work.
Lot 198 Kurt Schwitters This is the Real First Aerated Picture ($40k)–a couple of buyers really wanted this work because it made three times the high est. to sell for $122,500
Lot 203 Bugatti Leopard Marchant ($450k)–disappoints to the low side at $338.500
Lot 211 Claudel La Valse ($500k)– explodes to nearly seven figures selling at $932,500
Lot 214 Gustave Loiseau La Falaises de Saint-John ($250k)–goes at the high end of the range for $290,500
Lot 216 Vuillard Anemones in a Jug ($180k)–makes a very strong $302,500
Lot 219 Bonnard Nu Accroupi Penche en Avant ($300k)–Bonnard hasn’t fared so well in these sales but this early work makes $662,500
Lot 222 Henri Martin Le Petit Bassin Sud-Ouest ($180k)–$482,500!
Lot 234 Aristide Maillol La Nymphe ($700k)–another disappointment to the downside at $482,500
Lot 241 Giacomo Manzu Passo di Danza ($60k)–the 2-ft tall work fetches $146,500
Lot 244 Picasso Dompteuse et Lion ($180k)–lands $254,500
Lot 254 de Chirico Trovatore ($600k)–de Chirico’s return to his early style in 1949 attracts a lot of interest driving the price to $1.734m
Lot 255 Pavel Tchelitchew Le Jongleur ($250k)–scores with $446,500
Lot 261 de Chirico Piazza d’Italia con Arianna ($450k)–more love for de Chirico: $554,500
Lot 262 Dali Statue de Zeus Olympien ($350k)–sells for $482,500
Lot 273 Loiseau Bord de Riviere, Oise ($120k)–$158,500
Lot 275 Metzinger Nu Au Crepuscule, Bandol ($120k)–it goes down at $170,500
Lot 276 van Dongen L’Arum ($200k)–$254,500