The Modern & Contemporary Prints auction on 14th June will begin with a broad selection of iconic works from coveted international artists. One of the highlights of this auction is a lithograph of a self-portrait by Edvard Munch. The starting price of this piece is €40,000. In addition will be nine works by Andy Warhol, a moving self-portrait of Martin Kippenberger and various other works by Robert Idiana, Georg Baselitz, Marc Chagall and Otto Dix will be included in the sale.

For the Old Master & 19th Century Paintings sale on 18th June, Auctionata have succeeded in assembling a very fine selection of precious paintings. Highlights include Franz Roubaud’s Circassians Crossing the Caucasus, one if his most refined Caucasus scenes, which has been chosen for the cover of his recently published catalogue raisonee. The auction also includes a portrait of a female by the Austrian painter Ferdinand George Waldmuller; with excellent provenance and also featured will be a biblical scene by the Dutch Baroque artists Adriaen van Nieulandt.

The Fine Arts sale on June 19th will present refined portraits and genre paintings by celebrated Russian artists such as Petr Konchalovsky, Konstantin I. Gorbatov, Nikolaj P. Bogdanov- Belsky and Feodot Vasilevich Sychkov. The Impressionist piece In the Sunshine, by Franz Skarbina the founder of the Berlin Secession will be featured.

The week will end with the Post-War & Contemporary Art auction on 20th June. Warhol’s silkscreen on canvas entitled Flowers,1977 will be included as well as a wall object by Agostino Bonalumi. This work was created in 1967 during one of the artist’s visits to Morocco. In April of this year, Auctionata sold two wall objects by the Italian ZERO-artist to the tune of €70,000. This intense bidding contest ended the works being purchased for almost 30 times their estimate. An exciting piece in this sale will be a hyper realistic portrait of the legendary movie star Warren Beatty by Austrian Gottfried Helnwein.