Joan Miro. Oiseau Nocturne. 1939. Christies King St.London. Evening Auction. The Art of the Surreal. 4th February 2014. Est.£1.000.000.-£1.500.000. The Portuguese Govt is selling an important collection of Miro’s work that had previously been the property of a Portuguese Bank.BPN. A Private Bank that was nationalised by the Portuguese Govt. It is rumoured that this large collection may be of interest to the Collector Jose Manuel Berardo & active Stock Trader on the Portuguese Stock Exchange. Senhor Berardo’s personal fortune is estimated @ 1.9 billion euros.. Senhor Berardo founded the the Centro Cutural de Belem, on the outskirts of Lisbon. Inaugurated in 2004, there are over a 1000 works of Art on display. A dynamic selection of Contemporary Art. From Surrealism-Pop-Art-HyperRealism to Conceptual Art.The Exhibition centre has easy public transport from Lisbon.
Joan Miro. Lot 109 Tete d’Homme 1V. 1931. Est.£250.000-£350.000..Christies, King Street, London. Art of the Surreal. Evening Auction Tuesday 4th February 2014,
Joan Miro. Tete d’Homme 1935. Est.£700.000-1.000.000. Art of the Surreal Auction @ Christies, King St,London. Evening Auction.
Joan Miro.Peinture 1935. Estimate £2.000.000.-£3.000.000.Art of the Surreal Auction. 4TH February 2014, Christies ,King St,London
Joan Miro Peinture 1936.Est.£700.000.-£1.000.000. Art of the Surreal. Auction 4th February 2014. Christies King St, London.