Christie’s American Art department expertly matches buyers with sellers, leveraging our knowledge of the genre and access to the world’s most active collectors to achieve superlative results. This bespoke service is strictly confidential — from the moment you engage our help to the day a contract is signed.
The Private Sales option offers unique flexibility to transact throughout the year and with the certainty of a fixed price. Art anytime, from anywhere. We are actively seeking works by Milton Avery, William Merritt Chase, Augustus St. Gaudens, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Jacob Lawrence, Thomas Moran, Georgia O’Keeffe, Maxfield Parrish, Frederic Remington, Norman Rockwell, John Singer Sargent, N.C. Wyeth, and Andrew Wyeth among others.
We invite you to contact us for confidential valuations or to discuss a private sale strategy. To browse a selection of works available for purchase today, see our viewing room.
American Art Private Sales
A special preview of works available for immediate purchase through Christie’s Private Sales service
The New England artist’s uplifting images of America are more nuanced than is often understood. Illustrated with works offered in American Art in New York
The name Wyeth does not reference a single artist, but rather three generations of realist painters. Illustrated with works offered in our November American Art sales
A closer look at the life, loves and landscapes of the ‘mother of American modernism’
The 1929 masterpiece became the most expensive work of pre-war American art when it sold for $91,875,000 (including buyer’s premium) on 13 November
From labels and staples to stretchers and repairs — the reverse of an artwork can reveal more about it than you might suppose
In our regular series of interviews, collectors discuss how they got started, their motivations, and, ultimately, what their collection means to them