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    Marc Newson’s Event Horizon table was designed and built circa 1992. Made by an Aston Martin restoration firm near London, it represents the fulfilment of the designer’s ambition ‘to work with aluminium as if it were a soft, bendable material, stretching it and warping it seamlessly’

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    Poul August Plum was the official artist on the Galatheavoyage, a Danish political, commercial and scientific expedition that circumnavigated the globe between 1845 and 1847. Hawaiian Women in a Canoeis a rare finished painting among hundreds of portraits of Hawaiians made by the artist

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    Irving Penn’s ‘Flowers’ series stems from an assignment for Vogue, which saw him focus on a different flower for seven successive December issues. Of Dandelion/Taraxacum officinale, New York. c. 1973, he is reputed to have said, ‘In every water drop on this dandelion there is a universe’

    Estimate: $70,000-100,000
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    One of Jean Arp’s signature sculptures of the human torso, Torse was conceived in 1931. ‘Suddenly the body, the form, the supremely perfected work became everything to me,’ he later recalled of this period. This bronze was cast in 1976 in an edition of six

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    Roy Lichtenstein, Nude with Joyous Painting, 1994 (detail). Property from an Important Private American Collection. Estimate in the region of $30,000,000. Offered in ONE at Christie’s in New York on 10 July. Artwork: © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein/DACS 2020 // Salvador Dalí (1904-1989), Persistence of Sound, designed 1949. 18ct gold melting telephone earrings with ruby and emerald drops and diamonds, Alemany & Ertman. Image © Didier Ltd. // © Mark Seliger // George Hughes, Sunday Visitors, 1954 (detail). Price on request. Offered in Art of the Cover, 19 May-19 June 2020, Online
     
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