Which is the best of the best? – New York Post
New York’s most celebrated modern sculptures are in high demand this weekend.
With the exception of the famous modern sculptures by renowned artist Alberto Calder and his celebrated sculpture of the Calder sculpture at Madison Square Garden, which has sold for $2.3 million, the sculptures in Manhattan are all up for grabs.
The sculpture of Calder’s sculpture of a white man sitting on a horse, which was recently sold for a record $3.5 million, is the most coveted piece of contemporary art in New York.
The other sculpture in Manhattan is the Calder sculpture of Thomas Edison, which is up for sale for $3 million.
The sculptures have sold for more than $1 million apiece.
The Calder sculpture, a white horse, sits on a white pedestal in the Bronx, according to an article in the Daily News.
The statue of Thomas A. Edison is also up for auction.
It is the second-most expensive piece of art in the world and has sold in the $1-million range.
The second- most expensive piece is a sculpture by the famous Italian sculptor Piero di Modigliani, which sells for $600,000.
The piece is in the Hudson River Park Museum in Manhattan.
The first sculpture is the classic Italian sculpture of Alexander Graham Bell, which sold for just over $1.4 million.
Its a sculpture of one of the great founders of modern art, the sculptor Giotto, which he designed for a museum in Florence.
Bell died in 1798.
The Bell sculpture, which will go on display at the Bell Museum in New Haven, Conn., will go up for a sell on Saturday.
The artwork by Bell will be on display until Sept. 27.
The best of art is the art of the past, said Roberta Lippman, the president of the New York Historical Society, who heads the art auction house.
The art that is in demand right now, she said, is contemporary art.
It’s what is going to sell the most.
It has the best pedigree, the best history.
It just has the art that has stood the test of time, she added.