Christie’s New York announces The Roger Sant Collection

Christie’s New York announces The Roger Sant Collection

Christie’s is honored to announce The Roger Sant Collection will be sold during the Fall Marquee Week of sales taking place this November in New York. The collection spans from Post-Impressionism through the Post-War era. It is being sold for charity, with proceeds benefitting The Summit Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to a world where people can thrive and nature can flourish. The collection in total consists of 30 works, with a group highlighting the 20th Century Evening Sale. It is led by two masterworks by Paul Gauguin and Joan Mitchell, painted more than a century apart. Additional works will be sold in the Impressionist and Modern Art Day and Works on Paper Sales and the Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale. In total, The Roger Sant Collection carries a low estimate of $50 million. Roger Sant, Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Virginia-based AES Corporation,
Christie’s is honored to announce The Roger Sant Collection will be sold during the Fall Marquee Week of sales taking place this November in New York. The collection spans from Post-Impressionism through the Post-War era. It is being sold for charity, with proceeds benefitting The Summit Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to a world where people can thrive and nature can flourish. The collection in total consists of 30 works, with a group highlighting the 20th Century Evening Sale. It is led by two masterworks by Paul Gauguin and Joan Mitchell, painted more than a century apart. Additional works will be sold in the Impressionist and Modern Art Day and Works on Paper Sales and the Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale. In total, The Roger Sant Collection carries a low estimate of $50 million. Roger Sant, Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Virginia-based AES Corporation,