“California Cool” on artnet Auctions

Don’t miss “California Cool” on artnet Auctions! This online auction is a tribute to West Coast subjects and artists whose work was influenced by the region’s color palette, culture, and environment. “California Cool” is live now through July 10, so you have plenty of options to bid on and buy the best contemporary art in one way or another related to the Golden State. Among the highlights are works by such masters as David Hockney, James Turrell, Wayne Thiebaud, Ed Ruscha, and Ken Price. Some of our favorites include:

· “Pie Case” (1964-1989) by Wayne Thiebaud, colored pencil over etching on wove paper – estimated at $100,000-150,000.

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· “Untitled (SFF.1702, SFP94-15)” (1994) by Sam Francis, acrylic on canvas – estimated at $60,000-80,000.

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· “Untitled #19” (2011) by Catherine Opie, inkjet print on plexi – estimated at $50,000-70,000.

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· “Insects (complete set of 6 works)” (1972) by Ed Ruscha, screenprints in colors – estimated at $25,000-35,000.

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· “The Wave” (1990) by David Hockney, lithograph in colors on Arches wove paper – estimated at $20,000-30,000.

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