K, I have been a fan of his collection for well over 30 years. I seriously doubt he owns a single piece of art that I would not only love, but admire. The sheer depth for me from what I consider to be the finest periods in all of art ( too may ebbs and flows, and we know which we are now under) is beyond impressive.
High Renaissance, German Expression, Emerging Modern, true Modern, ( 1906-1956) Dada, sculpture, NY school, Abstract Expressionist, finest Pop, slight touches of American and limited contemporary. Equally important for me are the periods he chose NOT to collect.
A few if I may ... Raphael, Durer, Gainsborough, Cezanne, Homer, Modigliani ( so few in private collections) Picasso, Klee, Villon, Schiele, Feininger, Richter, Stella, Ruscha, Hopper, Johns, Pollack, Warhol, de Kooning and a few Rothko's to boot.
It appears the two day sale will break the all time auction record well north of $500M. I'm curious what the family has elected to keep!