Inspired by Jung - Tanguy's ‘Untitled’ on Chriestie's Paris Avant-Garde Auction

Saturday, October 6, 2018
Inspired by Jung  - Tanguy's ‘Untitled’ on Chriestie's Paris Avant-Garde Auction

For his painting ‘Untitled’, Yves Tanguy took his cue from psychoanalyst Carl Jung, who encouraged his patients to use their dreams as a starting point for their work.

Image source: Christie's Instagram @christiesinc

 

For his painting ‘Untitled’, Yves Tanguy took his cue from psychoanalyst Carl Jung, who encouraged his patients to use their dreams as a starting point for their work.

 

‘Untitled’ by Yves Tanguy

 

The lunar-like landscape in ‘Untitled’ references the art of Giorgio de Chirico and Salvador Dali, evoking a range of symbols but offering no clear interpretation.

 

‘Untitled’ by Yves Tanguy

 

 

Yves Tanguy (1900-1955)

San titre

Estimate:

EUR200,000–300,000

(USD 229,840 - USD 344,760)

 

Yves Tanguy (1900-1955)

San titre

signed, dated and dedicated 'A ma petite Violette. Con ami. Yves Tanguy 36'  (lower right) gouache on paper
9 5/8 x 6 ¼ in.
Executed in 1936

Paris Avant-Garde – 17 October at Christie’s Paris

 

 

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