Better late than never, here are some of Judd Tully’s sale reports from the inaugural Masterpiece London:
- Dickinson: Alfred Sisley’s 1888 Impressionist landscape Les Moulins de Moret, Gelee Blanche, effet du soir from for approximately $1 million.
- Hazlitt Holland-Hilbert: Henry Moore’s 10-inch-high 1939 bronze Reclining Figure No.2 and Barbara Hepworth’s 13.5-inch-high caved 1965 slate Two Forms (Maori), […] sold for around £400,000 ($645,600) each
- Charles Ede Ltd., where an Athenian marble votive stele from the late 4th century B.C. sold in excess of £100,000 ($161,400) and a fragment from an Egyptian statue bearing an important inscription — from the 25th-26th Dynasty, or circa 650 B.C. — sold for approximately £45,000 ($72,630).
- Berwald Oriental Art sold a stunning Tang dynasty (8th-9th century) large white glazed stoneware jar and cover for £80,000 ($129,120), and garnered significant interest for the seated torso of a Buddha in white marble — also Tang — for £325,000 ($524,550).