Picasso's Donna Maar is part of an Impressionist and Modern art sale being held at Sothebys, London, on 25 June.
One of Magritte's earliest and most complex variations on the closed door theme, this work has been valued between £1.8m to £2.5m.
It is thought the woman in Gino Severini's Danseuse, might be a dancer from the cafe concerts which he loved to frequent.
Sotheby's said the anonymous "non-communicating figures" in Giacometti's Trois hommes qui marchent I, captured his "existentialist concerns".
Painted around 1879-80 Cezanne's Verre et Poires is expected to sell for anything up to £3.5m.
Sotheby's described Monet's La Plage a Trouville as a "lively work" which used a "bright palette".
Schiele's Pierrot (Selbstbildnis) comes to the market with an estimated value of anything up £2.5m.
Painted in the summer of 1904, Edvard Munch's From Asgardstrand, presents a view from the artist's house in Norway.
Miro's Soiree snob chez la Princesse has never been exhibited in public before. It has been part of a private American collection.