On the block? Works that could be looking for a new home
Andy Warhol | Saturday Disaster  | Two stacked black-and-white screenprinted images of a fatal car crash from Warhol's Disaster series. Christie's auctioned off a similar 1963 Warhol crash painting for a record price of $71.7 million in 2007.
Ellsworth Kelly | Blue White  | Two rounded blue forms kissing atop a white ground. A classic of crisp minimalist abstraction by a Boston Museum School alum.
Roy Lichtenstein | Forget It! Forget Me!  | Romance comic writ large by a master of Pop.
Jasper Johns | Drawer  | Gloomy gray painting with a faux drawer in the middle, part of Johns's early exploration of the painting as object.
Robert Rauschenberg | Second Time Painting  | Meaty combine with embedded clock.
Philip Guston | Allegory  | Rare 15-foot-wide early symbolic painting (found curled up in a storage room in 2006) by an Ab-Ex master with Boston ties.
Hyman Bloom | Corpse of a Man [1944-45] | Bloated, rotting corpse as if painted by Bonnard. One of the best of the Bostonian's early, chunky explorations of local morgues.
Roberto Matta | Untitled  | Tour-de-force 20-foot-wide 1956 abstract painting resembling floating space stations.
Bruce Connor | Light Shower  | Assemblage resembling a cracked-up bedroom wall by a Bay Area master rarely seen on the East Coast.
Willem de Kooning | Untitled  | Big loose brushy action painting made as his compositions were opening up in the '60s.
Elizabeth Murray | Duck Foot  | Bright red and yellow painting built around her signature abstracted cartoony forms on shaped canvases.
Florine Stettheimer | Music [circa 1920] | Icy, girly, drawing-room dream painting by the Jazz Age salon queen.