Our favorites of the week #4


During the confinement, Artmarket is proposing a weekly selection of ‘favorites’ from the works available on its online marketplace. For this fourth selection, we are happy to point you towards a harmonious and ascetic piece by the great lady of ‘constructed’ art, Aurélie Nemours; a superbly efficient nod to the roaring twenties with a man casually eyeing a pair of legs by Kees Van Dongen; an Eduardo Chillida composition that questions visible and invisible space, and lastly, a remarkable concrete sculpture by German artist Christina Doll.

Want more? Discover the online galleries Oniris, Juffermans, Beloosesky et Michael Janssen.


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Aurélie Nemours (1910-2005)
Structure du silence I , 1989
Print, 40,2 x 40 cm
ONIRIS.art > Contact the gallery

Kees Van Dongen (1877-1968)
Les Cheveux Courts, 1926
Signed lithography, 34,5 x 20 cm
Juffermans Fine Art > Contact the gallery

Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002)
Yves Bonnefoy: Une Hélène de vent et de fumée II , 1990
Etching, signed and autographed (Ed. De 75), 65,41 x 50,8 cm
Beloosesky gallery > Contact the gallery

Christina Doll (1972)
Eli, 2005-2006
Sculpture, cast concrete, 270 x 80 cm
Michael Janssen gallery > Contact the gallery