New York | 20/21 Week and 10 June 2021

Christie’s is proud to announce La Rêverie: The Collection of Sydell Miller. The exceptional grouping of fine and decorative arts from the beauty mogul executive’s Palm Beach home, decorated by the esteemed architect Peter Marino, will be offered throughout the spring sale season. Choreographed sales will begin at Christie’s New York in May with our 20/21 auction sale series, including fine art pieces and sculpture by Post-War and Contemporary and Impressionist and Modern artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Adolph Gottlieb, Joan Miró, Jean Dubuffet and Joan Mitchell. On 10 June, Christie’s New York will then offer a landmark, single-owner sale dedicated to decorative arts and design from her Florida residence, highlighting avant garde neo-classical 18th century French furniture juxtaposed with the imaginative French sculpture of François-Xavier Lalanne.

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New York | 10 June | Live auction

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