It’s not just a silkscreen print by German artist Josef Albers.
It is a silkscreen painting by German artist Josef Albers once owned by the late US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
And now fans of justice, who was nicknamed RBG and died in 2020 aged 87, can bid on Albers blueprints and other unique artworks from the personal collection. her person.
The lot features pieces from Ginsburg’s extensive private property, including pottery and paintings by Pablo Picasso, bronze sculptures by Glenna Goodacre and silk prints by Albers. The collection also includes a number of works by Native American and Native American artists, such as a brick made by Alaska native Ed Mighell and a sculpture by Inuit artist Anita Issaluk.
The sale is being managed by the Potomack Company, an auction house based in Alexandria, Virginia.
The Potomack Company is also auctioning off personal items from Ginsburg’s Watergate home and room, such as her mink coat and National Queen of Fame medal from 2002.
According to The Potomack Company, proceeds from the auction will benefit the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center. The late Justice maintained a passion for opera throughout her life, even appearing on stage as a guest at the Washington National Opera.
The Washington National Opera wrote on its website after her death: “We remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg: a staunch patron, beloved critic, an acclaimed roster and person our greatest supporter.”
If previous sales of books and documents from the Ginsburg library are any indication, this auction will be a success: Items from the Ginsburg library have been auctioned for a total of 2.3 million US dollars in January.