Christie’s will auction 63 artworks from the collection of Rudolph and Hannelore Schulhof in their November sale. The Schulhofs’ home on Long Island has held their approximately 350-piece collection of important 20th century art since the 1950s. Hannelore Schulhof, a widow, died in February, and since then the estate has been arranging for a portion of the collection to go to various museums and will keep part of the collection in the home as well. The estate will host a viewing of the works up for auction in the North Shore home this weekend.
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