. In Case You’ve Missed It In November Sales, Top Collectors Part with Major Works by American Artists « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS  First up is Philip Guston’s 1952 canvas The Bell, which hits the block November 13 at the Sotheby’s modern evening auction, with an estimate of $6 million–$8 million. An abstraction the artist produced earlier in his career after studying in New York, The Bell was last shown publicly earlier this year at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., in “Philip Guston Now,” the largest survey ever dedicated to the painter. The exhibition was postponed three years ago in order to further contextualize depictions of Ku Klux Klan members in Guston’s work, drawing backlash from artists, curators, scholars, and critics.

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