New York and Online | 8–23 April
This April, explore Christie’s Classic Week, a hybrid series of seven live and online auctions that feature timeless textures and carefully-crafted pieces from antiquity to the 20th century. Sales include Old Master paintings, European Art and Antiquities, Books and Manuscripts and two single-owner auctions, The Kagan Collection and The Elaine and Alexandre Rosenberg Collection of illuminated manuscripts and early printed books. Discover Botticelli’s Madonna and Child and works by Barbizon and Corot in the same conversation as a dozen Book of Hours, Egyptian glass, a 1776 broadside of The Declaration of Independence and a newly discovered sammelband of 12 issues of Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richard’s Almanac.
Viewing for the sales begins 17 April, by appointment only, at our galleries at Rockefeller Center.
The Prayer Book of Claude de France and The Hours of Anne de Neufville
Thursday, 15 April | 1pm EDT | Live on Zoom
We request the pleasure of your company at a virtual lecture on two masterpieces of
illumination from The Rosenberg Collection.
The Great Masters of European Art 1350-1850
Online course | Six-week Program
Discover the essentials of European art history from 1350-1850 in these six lavishly-produced lessons.
Browse a selection of works available for immediate purchase
Decorative Arts & Antiquities
Books and Science
European and British Art
The Exceptional Sale
Only at Christie’s | London · New York · Paris
The Exceptional Sale is the leading global auction platform for the decorative and applied arts. It’s a rare opportunity for international collectors to consign and purchase works of outstanding creativity, skill and rarity.
Christie’s commitment to sustainability
For 250 years, Christie’s has helped steward some of humanity’s greatest artistic treasures across generations and cultures.
As a leader in our market, we want to build a sustainable art business so that we can play another stewarding role: helping to protect the environment so that great natural beauty can be enjoyed by and inspire future generations.
In March 2021, we announced a global sustainability initiative, guided by three key pillars: commit, communicate and collaborate.