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Lot 107 Milton Resnick Hydrogen—Est’d up to $80k, it goes for $152,500.
Lot 114 Alexander Calder—small table-top standing mobile goes toward the upper end of the est. range for $350k
Lot 115 Josef Albers Study for Homage to the Square—makes the est. range nicely at $116,500
Lot 118 Rauschenberg Untitled—work on paper gets the high end of the estimate pluss a little boost at $242,500
Lot 119 Alexander Calder Toadstool with Hovering Excrescences—nearly doubles the high est. to $746,500. Standing mobiles on fire this morning.
Lot 120 Calder Le Tigre Rouge—mobile gets a nice premium to sell for $902,500
Lot 121 Morris Louis Number 1-36—$434,500 is a strong vote of confidence
Lot 122 Josef Albers Study for Homage to the Square—Another version (above) with strong interest making $434,500 against $200k est.
Lot 123 Roy Lichtenstein Explosion—You guessed it! $350,500 against $200k is a big blow up.
Lot 125 Frank Stella For Picabia—More squares rounding out the market: $506,500
Lot 128 Wayne Thiebaud Shelf of Pies—$386,500 for picture once owned by Bill Blass and being sold by an heir
[private_subscriber][private_bundle]Lot 129 Tom Wesselmann Study for Great American Nude #96—Another Blass work makes $266,500 over the $180k est.
Lot 132 Josef Albers Study for Homage to the Square—$362,500 which is very solid sale for another Blass item
Lot 136 Andy Warhol Flowers—tiny, no color flowers only 5 inches square makes $104,500
Lot 139 Ed Ruscha Bull on Fire—small work sells for $200,500
Lot 141 Ed Ruscha Exit–1990 work on paper makes $314,500
Lot 149 Andy Warhol Beatle Boots (Negative)—pops to $662,500, well above the $400k high est.
Lot 150 Roy Lichtenstein Face–$974,500 is the final price, well above the $550k high est.
Lot 151 Ed Ruscha Sea of Desire—$842,500 clobbers the $300k high est.
Lot 152 Gerhard Richter Abstraktes Bild 848 —$422,500
Lot 153 Pierre Soulages Peinture 146 x 97 cm, 3 Juin 1957—$1,142,500
Lot 154 Lucio Fontana Concetto Spaziale, Attese—work that has been in a midwestern collection for nearly 40 years rockets to $722,500 over $550k high est.
Lot 155 Alexander Calder Ten Black—the Calder run gets hotter as this mobile makes a mockery of the high est. of $700k and makes $1.8m
Lot 158 Louise Bourgeois Untitled–$314,500
Lot 160 Georg Baselitz Untitled—$134,500
Lot 171 Jasper Johns 0-9 (ULAE 19)—$866,500 is well over twice the high estimate as the Cunningham estate continues to add serious value.
Lot 182 William Anastasi Sink—the work is estimated at $5000 but skyrockets to $170,500
Lot 208 Sam Francis Untitled—$398,500 over a $180k est.
Lot 210 Cy Twombly Untitled—1971 work on paper goes well above the $300,000 est. to $842,500
Lot 212 Calder Horizontal Polychromes—Calder craziness continues as this work goes to $458,500
Lot 225 Helen Frankenthaler Springscape–above—$578,500 nearly doubles the $300k high.
Lot 235 George Rickey Four Lines Joined at a Base—$398,500 nearly doubles the high est.
Lot 240 Ed Ruscha Various Miracles—again with the Ruscha prices. This one is a very solid $290,500
Lot 241 Cy Twombly Silex Scintillians—$386,500 over $200k high est.
Lot 254 Ralph Goings Coffee and Donut–$120 was the high water mark but the painting makes $234,500