|Amedeo Modigliani, Portrait of Paulette
Jourdain, 1919, |
|Pablo Picasso’s “Femme Assise sur une Chaise,”
1938, is |
estimated to sell for $25 million to $35 million.
Credit 2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS),
New York, via Sotheby's.
|Mark Rothko’s No. 6/Sienna, Orange on Wine
shares a wall with Franz Kline’s Elizabeth, Photography © Steven Brooke Studios.|
|Across the table, Jackson Pollock’s Black and
White Painting III meets Clyfford Still’s PH-218, Photography © Steven Brooke
|Man With Arm Raised, a 1960 oil by Francis Bacon, shares a corner with drawings by Old Masters and Modernists, Photography © Steven Brooke Studios.|
|In the entryway, visitors are greeted by a trio of postwar American paintings: Mark Rothko’s Untitled (Lavender and Green), Jasper Johns’ Disappearance I and Roy Lichtenstein’s Female Figure, Photography © Steven Brooke Studios.|
|The dining room became a showcase for Abstract
Expressionist masterpieces, Photography © Steven Brooke Studios.|