RESULTS: Collection Henri-Georges et Inès Clouzot - Paris, 1 December 2012

The Collection Henri-Georges et Inès Clouzot realised €4,412,550/£3,578,578/$5,736,315 selling 95% by lot and 99% by value. The top lot was Femina dulce malum which was sold to an European private for €1,521,000/£1,233,531/$1,977,300.

Paris

Lots vendus:57

Total: €4.412.550 /£3.578.578 /$5.736.315

     95% par lot

Nombre de lots:60

£0.8110= €1 / $1.3000=€1

    99% en valeur

 

Lot  

Description

Estimation (€)

Prix Réalisé

Acheteur

24

Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985)

Femina dulce malum (Corps de dame taché de rouille et de lilas)

Huile sur toile, 1950

1.000.000-1.500.000

€1.521.000

£1.233.531

$1.977.300

Collectionneur européen

48

Antoni Tàpies (1923-2012)

Relief gris. No V

Technique mixte sur toile, 1956

400.000-600.000

€433.000

£351.163

$562.900

Marchand européen

25

Robert Delaunay (1885-1941)

Football, projet pour un décor de ballet

Gouache, aquarelle et traces de mine de plomb sur papier, 1917-18

150.000-200.000

€319.000

£258.709

$414.700

Collectionneur européen

7

Georges Braque (1882-1963)

Le grand vase

Huile et sable sur toile, 1952

200.000-300.000

€277.000

£224.647

$360.100

Marchand européen

45

Louise Nevelson (1899-1988)

Royal Tide II

Bois peint, 1960

80.000-120.000

€271.000

£219.781

$352.300

Collectionneur européen

49

Antoni Tàpies (1923-2012)

Sans titre

Technique mixte sur toile, 1958

300.000-400.000

€223.000

£180.853

$289.900

Collectionneur européen

35

Pierre Soulages (né en 1919)

Peinture 65 x 92 cm, 9 février 1960

Huile sur toile, 1960

200.000-300.000

€193.000

£156.523

$250.900

Anonyme

47

Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985)

Léautaud Général d’Empire

Fusain sur papier, 1946

40.000-60.000

€169.000

£137.059

$219.700

Anonyme

55

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (1908-1992)

Août

Huile sur toile, 1961

200.000-300.000

€157.000

£127.327

$204.100

Collectionneur américain

23

Henri Laurens (1885-1954)

Danseuse

Gouache, collage, fusain, plume et encre sur papier calque, 1915

100.000-150.000

€127.000

£102.997

$165.100

Marchand européen

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