Christie’s Renaissance Sale, NYC, 30th January 2013

Boticelli, The Madonna and Child tondo

Boticelli, The Madonna and Child tondo

The ones to look out for:

  • Sandro Botticelli (1444/45-1510), The Madonna and Child with a pomegranate– est. $3m-$5m
  • Sandro Botticelli, “The Rockefeller Madonna”: Madonna and Child with young St John the Baptist– est. $5m-$7m
  • Fra Bartolommeo (1472-1517), The Madonna and Child, tondo- est. $10m-$15m
  • Lucas Cranach II (1515-1586), The Virgin and Child with infant St John the Baptist sleeping– est. $1.5m-$2.5m
  • Raphael (1483-1520), St Benedict receiving Maurus and Placidus, drawing- est. $1m-$1,5m
  • Agnolo Bronzino (1503-1572), Portrait of a young man with a book– est. $12m-$18m
Bronzino, Portrait of a young man with a book

Bronzino, Portrait of a young man with a book

The ones that I’m keeping an eye on (for MA research purposes):

The Master of the van Groote Adoration, The Adoration of the Kings triptych

The Master of the von Groote Adoration, The Adoration of the Kings triptych

  • Attributed to the Master of the von Groote Adoration (active 1515-1520), The Adoration of the Magi with the Nativity and the Flight into Egypt, triptych- est $400,000-$600,000
The Master of the Antwerp Adoration, The Adoration of the Kings triptych

The Master of the Antwerp Adoration, The Adoration of the Kings triptych

  • The Master of the Antwerp Adoration (active 1505-1530), The Adoration of the Magi, triptych- $500,000-$800,000
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