It’s not just a screen print by the German artist Josef Albers.
It’s a screen print by the German artist Josef Albers once owned by late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The lot features pieces from the Ginsburg’s extensive private holdings, including ceramics and drawings made by Pablo Picasso, bronze sculptures by Glenna Goodacre, and the screen print by Albers. The collection also includes a number of pieces by Native American and Indigenous artists, like a tile made by Alaska native Ed Mighell and a sculpture by the Inuit artist Anita Issaluk.
The sale is being administered 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 chambers, such as a mink coat and her National Women’s Hall of Fame medal from 2002.
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