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PHOTOGRAPHS
Lot 7
JOSEPH-PHILIBERT GIRAULT DE PRANGEY (1804-1892),
39. Rome. Vue Générale, Arc de Titus, 1842
€20,000–30,000

PHOTOGRAPHS

Auction:

Thu 12 Nov 18:00

Christie's Paris

9 avenue Matignon
75008 Paris
Mon-Fri 10-18

CHRISTIE'S Paris

9 avenue Matignon
75008 Paris

+33(0)1-40768585


www.christies.com

Mon-Fri 10-18

PHOTOGRAPHS
Lot 43
ANDRE KERTESZ (1894-1985)
Tour Eiffel, 1925,
€100,000–150,000

Photographs

Auction: Thursday 12 November at 6pm

Viewing: Monday 9 November, (10am – 6pm), Tuesday 10 (10am – 6pm), Wednesday 11 (10am – 6pm) and Thursday 12 (10am – 6pm).


eCatalogue: www.christies.com/salelanding/index.aspx?intSaleID=25749


Elodie Morel, Head of Department | +33 (0) 1 40 76 84 16 | emorel@christies.com
Jonas Tebib, Specialist | +33 (0) 1 40 76 84 41 | jtebib@christies.com

Among the 100 lots presented in this sale is an exceptional and fresh-on-the-market group of 42 daguerreotypes by Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey. Practically unknown until the middle of the 20th century, Girault de Prangey started his Grand Tour in 1841 – just a couple of years after Daguerre’s technical discovery – from which he brought back previously unseen views of Europe and Asia minor.
Another highlight of the auction will be the sale of a group of prints by André Kertész and Martin Munkácsi which were hidden away for the duration of the Second World War. Lastly, a rare print by Mapplethorpe will also be offered, Man in Polyester Suit (€180,000–250,000), an iconic photo that caused a great deal of controversy when it was exhibited in 1980.

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Lot 62
CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI (1876-1957)
La colonne sans fin, vers 1926-1927
€150,000–200,000
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Lot 71
ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE (1946-1989)
Man in Polyester Suit, 1980
€180,000–200,000
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Lot 83
THOMAS RUFF (b.1958),
.m.v.d.r w.h.s 10, 2001
€20,000–30,000