Virtual tour: Private and Iconic Collections at Christie’s London

Discover the remarkable lots in The Collection of Sir Nicholas Goodison, a varied and impressive array of works amassed by the hugely respected businessman, patron of the arts, scholar, philanthropist and polymath – to be held 25 May. Highlights include works by William Turnbull, Peter Lanyon, Keith Vaughan, Barbara Hepworth, Stanley Spencer and Elisabeth Frink alongside English furniture, barometers, vases and silver by Matthew Boulton, clocks, watches, sculpture, and Victorian pictures. 


Explore 170 lots from The Collection of the late Lord and Lady Swaythling, a charming group that weaves together the strands of several family collections inherited by David and Ninette Montagu, 4th Baron and Baroness Swaythling. The sale is led by Impressionist and post-Impressionist works by Kees van Dongen, Francis Picabia and Raoul Dufy, Old Masters by Arthur William Devis and Cornelis Bisschop alongside English furniture and enamels, silver, Chinese and European porcelain, and jewellery – including four tiaras. 

Visit Christie’s London from 19–26 May to view the exhibitions in person.