Old Masters Week
Featuring the Collection of J.E. Safra - Selling Without Reserve
Event date 24 - 25 May
Event location New York
This May, Old Master Week returns to Christie’s with its offering of paintings from the Renaissance period to the 19th century. The second sale of Remastered: Old Masters from the Collection of J.E. Safra - Selling Without Reserve will be headlined by Jan Brueghel II’s Landscape with a windmill, figures and houses, Gustave Courbet's Castle of Chillon (Château de Chillon) and a Neoclassical painting by the 18th-century trailblazer Angelica Kauffman. Offered with no reserve, the paintings in this sale are estimated at accessible price points and cater to a wide variety of artistic tastes. Highlights from the seasonal Old Masters auction include Giuseppe Vermiglio’s Caravaggesque interpretation of Christ before Pilate, an early composition by Marten van Cleve and Jacob Isaacsz. van Ruisdael’s atmospheric interpretation of the Tower of Kostverloren.
Explore the sales of Old Master Week in person at our Rockefeller center galleries in New York on 20–24 May.
Christie’s New York
20 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10020
Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm
Saturday, 12pm – 5pm
Sunday, 1pm – 5pm
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