13 Apr 2022
With an estimate of £5,000-£7,000, The Connor Brothers artwork 'Saints and Sinners' went at Phillips Auction House last week for a whopping £12,500! As their popularity increases, it is inevitable that their prices will rise in November, so make the most of the current value before they hit the next tier! The auction took place on the 6th of October, with other VIP artists under the hammer, such as; Andy Warhol, Tracey Emin, Yayoi Kasuma and Harland Miller.
Phillips Auction House - London
The Connor Brothers are getting extremely busy in the coming months, with exhibitions across the globe in Italy, Hong Kong, Dubai, Germany, Slovenia, Serbia, and potential solo shows in Australia and Panama! So no wonder their work is being auctioned next to the likes of Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and Tracey Emin.
Tracey Emin - 'I Love You More Than I Can Love'
For some time, The Connor Brothers were understood to be twins, brought up in a 'secretive and highly controversial cult' known as 'The Family' from which they escaped. However, the truth got out and we're so pleased to now know the two men behind the story, through their successful exhibitions with us! The work 'Saints and Sinners' came off the back of Hang-Up exhibition; 'Wondrous Obsessions' earlier this year. (see below)
Photo Credit: Chuck Noble
We are big fans of the duos work here at Hang-Up. See below some of the works we have available at the moment. Or, check out The Connor Brothers online catalogue.
Find more hand painted multiples available from The Connor Brothers on our website.
Get in touch for more information on the Mills and Boon collection from The Connor Brothers - only 5 remaining!
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