Successful Auction of Important Paintings on December 2, 2020
1998 Work by Margaret Kilgallen Achieves $281,250 -- the Second-Highest Auction Price for a Work by the Artist
Featuring Works by Prominent American, European, Asian and Latin American Artists
NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle held a successful auction of Important Paintings on December 2, 2020 showcasing works by prominent American European, Asian and Latin American artists spanning the late 19th century to the current day.
With competitive international bidding, the sale totaled a strong $1,093,980, at the high end of its $768,000-1,130,000 estimate, with 86% sold by lot and 89% sold by value.
Highlighting the sale was a 1998 untitled work by Margaret Kilgallen (1967-2001) that soared past its estimate of $100,000-150,000 to achieve a $281,500 -- the second-highest auction price for a work by the artist. Read an essay by Specialist Angelo Madrigale profiling the late San Francisco artist, who recontextualized the unique beauty of hand-made objects and vernacular culture. Read More
Also selling exceptionally well was a circa 1921 pastel on board by Marsden Hartley, Callas on Red, that realized a stunning $93,750, four times its $18,000-25,000 estimate.
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