Phillips de Pury & Company has released its list of historic art photographs on sale this spring from various private owners. For instance, “Candy Cigarette” from 1989 by Sally Mann can be yours for an estimated $40,000-60,000.
The famed New York art house Phillips de Pury & Company launched its Spring Photographs various owners sale consisting of some of the most recognized imagery across the photographic spectrum.
Richard Avedon’s Andy Warhol and members of The Factory, New York, October 30, 1969, is estimated at $30,000-50,000, which encompasses the subversive ambiguity that defined the quintessentially New-York click in the 1960s.
Three works from Sally Mann’s Immediate Family series will also be on sale, namely Candy Cigarette (pictured above), 1989, estimated at $40,000-60,000, The New Mothers, 1989, estimated at $20,000-30,000, and The Last Time Emmett Modeled Nude, 1987, estimated at $20,000-30,000;
The various owners sale will immediately follow the single-owner sale, The Face of Modernism: A Private West Coast Collection, which will launch the Spring Photographs season. Find out more about the works on sale here.
Phillips de Pury curates a selection of one-offs, prototypes, limited editions, and printed matter from established and emerging artists, designers, and publishers. The primary focus of the Private Sales department is the sale of important Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary works of art.