Carol Vogel has the download from Christie’s for their November sales with works consigned by Douglas Cramer:
“I’ve always felt a collector has a big responsibility to his artists and to get works out into the world,” Mr. Cramer said. “And I currently have 600 things in storage in Miami.” […] Mr. Cramer is selling “Orange Blue I (EK 343),” a 1965 painting by [Ellsworth] Kelly that is estimated to bring $1.8 million to $2.5 million. Also coming to auction is “Paregoric as Directed Dr. Wilder,” a 1962 painting by Jasper Johns, another longtime friend. Christie’s believes that the Johns will bring $3.5 million to $5 million. There will also be a group of works on paper for sale. […] “There’s a lot left,” Mr. Cramer said. “And I still keep buying.”
And a Richter on offer by Steven Cohen:
[A]t Art Basel in Switzerland this summer dealers said that Mr. Cohen had bought Mr. Richter’s 1986 painting “A. B. Courbet,” which was for sale at Pace Gallery’s booth with an asking price of $20 million to $25 million.[…] Having an uncanny sense of timing has been one of Mr. Cohen’s talents, both in business and in collecting. Mr. Richter’s prices are at a high. […] “Prag 1883,” a 1983 canvas by Gerhard Richter. Mr. Richter created it in recognition of Kafka’s centenary and birthplace. The painting is expected to fetch around $15 million.
Two Big Collectors Ready for November (Inside Art/New York Times)