The works by Alberto Giacometti and Amedeo Modigliani (ah-mah-DAY'-oh moh-deel-YAH'-nee) come from private collections. The sale is Nov. 4.
Giacometti's "Chariot" is a bronze sculpture of an elongated figure atop a wheeled chariot. It's estimated to sell for over $100 million. The 1951 painted cast piece has been in the same collection for over 40 years.
Modigliani's "Tete" (teht) was carved in 1911 and 1912 from a block of limestone scavenged from a Paris construction site. Its presale estimate is $45 million. It has never appeared at auction.
An auction record for a Giacometti work is $104.3 million. For Modigliani, it's $69 million.