The Final Sale of Masterworks From the Collection of Late Microsoft Founder Paul Allen Could Fetch $43 Million at Christie’s
The seven works are by Georgia O'Keeffe, David Hockney, and Edward Hopper.
Christie’s has just unveiled another bundle of masterpieces from the collection of Paul Allen—the third and final sale of works owned by the late billionaire and co-founder of Microsoft.
The first two offerings pulled in an eye-popping $1.6 billion in November for a total of 156 works. The latest grouping includes just seven works—three by Georgia O’Keeffe, three by David Hockney, and one by Edward Hopper—with a cumulative estimate of $30.6 million to $42.8 million.