Cohiba Cigar with Smoking Fish by Elliott Erwitt

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Cohiba Cigar with Smoking Fish by Elliott Erwitt

Out of the Ordinary commemorates 250 years of Christie’s.

Cohiba Cigar with Smoking Fish by Elliott Erwitt

Out of the Ordinary (14 September 2016, London, South Kensington) commemorates 250 years of Christie’s and, as the name suggests, is a celebration of the unusual, the unique, the extraordinary and the exceptional. This year’s sale of rare collectibles comprises over 90 lots selected for the intriguing stories they tell, and includes a selection of memorabilia from the collection of David Gainsborough Roberts. The objects and works of art featured in the sale — many of which belonged to some of history’s most famous people — will be on view to the public in a five-week summer exhibition, from 6 August to 14 September. 

Elliott Erwitt (Paris, b. 1928)
Cohiba Cigar with Smoking Fish
signed 'andré S. Soldior' (lower right)
chromogenic print
25 ¾ x 34 ½ in. (65.4 x 87.6 cm.)
Executed in 2009.


Estimate GBP 3,000 - GBP 5,000


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