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Judge Draper granted Linda Macklowe a list of 15 works that are sentimentally valuable to her in the Macklowe divorce. There is no dispute over the valuation for these works so Linda Macklowe can pay Harry Macklowe $20m for his half of the $40m the 15 works are worth and keep them for herself.
The remainder of the collection will be sold to determine its value fairly, Draper has decided. She divided those works into two schedules. The first represents the highest value works which carry very different appraisals from the experts each side hired. Here are those works and the value ranges between the two experts:
Andy Warhol Nine Marilyns $50m
Alberto Giacometti, Le Nez $35-65m
Michael Heizer Track Painting 1967 $150k-$1.7m
Robert Irwin, Untitled (1965-6) $2m v $8.5m
Jeff Koons Vest with Aqualung $10m - $11m
Jackson Pollock, Number 17 $35m v $15m
The secnd schedule lists the works to be sold presumably in May of 2019 for which there are no agreed upon valuations:
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