Art Auctions

Bloom House moves new ‘Art Attack’ event to online format

Bloom House Youth Services logo. Bloom House Youth Services was set to hold its first ‘Art Attack’ fundraiser later this week, however, during an appearance on KVOE’s morning show on Tuesday, Bloom House Board Chair Clara Corn, made an unfortunate announcement. https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/2530/files/2022/09/corn-fill-the-space.mp3 Although unhappy, Corn says they won’t cancel the …

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BNZ Art Collection: Colin McCahon’s works sold for millions of dollars

Part of the BNZ art collection is auctioned off at Webb’s on Sunday. RNZ / Felix Walton Five works by New Zealand artist Colin McCahon sold for millions at the BNZ Art Collection this afternoon – and concerns over their sale still linger. Colin McCahon’s painting from 1982 Is there …

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BNZ Auctions Multimillion-Dollar Art Collection

Works by some of Aotearoa’s finest artists are up for grabs this weekend when BNZ auctions off 350 pieces. The old Bank of New Zealand has amassed an impressive collection of paintings, photographs and ceramics over the decades and now sells them to support community groups. “The Bank of New …

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A community call to support a faithful friend

Jeff Arcel — musician, artist, and entrepreneur — is well known for his love of community, and especially Whitefish. His creativity and generosity are part of the fabric of the small town in which he lived most of his life – where he built his own home, raised his family …

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Children’s art exhibit draws parallels between WWII and war in Ukraine

Published on: 09/13/2022 – 08:00Amended: 09/13/2022 – 07:57 Warsaw (AFP) – A new exhibition of children’s art from post-war Poland and present-day Ukraine shows that armed conflict is always the same for the world’s smallest citizens, no matter where and when. “The way children perceive war, what they feel, what …

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Van Diest paintings from the 1600s up for auction

A pair of Old Master paintings are estimated to sell for between £8,000 and £10,000 at Charterhouse’s two-day auction in Sherborne on October 6-7. “The paintings have been in the same family for many years and are an exciting find.” said Richard Bromell of Charterhouse. “Dating from the late 1600’s …

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Art Industry News: Miramax and Quentin Tarantino Settle Legal Battle Over Director’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ NFTs + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Friday, September 9. NEED TO READ An artist allegedly faked his Indigenous ancestry and quit his university job – Artist Gina Adams, who …

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Splashes of Green: Chinese Antiques to Shine at Christie’s Asian Art Week (Part II) | Auctions News | THE VALUE

As Christie’s New York celebrates Asian Art Week this month, a major sale of Chinese ceramics and artwork will be held September 22-23, featuring works from important private and institutions. Leading the sale are a 14th-century Longquan octagonal celadon vase, a mid-17th-century massive famille verte scroll vase, and three porcelain …

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Morphy’s September 9-10 auction includes dance organs, orchestrions, automatons and a Muller antique…

102-key Mortier dance organ, Belgium, 1937. An absolutely stunning masterpiece of woodcarving with over 200 pipes and an accordion. Rich and throbbing sound. Size: 26′ x 5’4″ x 16’8″. Previously the property of a UK museum. Estimate $250,000 to $400,000Morphy Auctions DENVER, Pa. — The word “unique” can sometimes be …

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ArtFeeds collaboration results in public art gallery exhibition and online auction

CAMDEN – AIO announces the opening of ArtFeeds, an exhibition and online silent auction of a collection of 30 wooden bowls to support food, energy, weekend meal and helping the layers of the organization. Thirty Midcoast artists created their own bowl or worked with a carved wooden bowl donated by …

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Art Industry News: 10 Women Accuse Berlin Art Dealer Johann König of Sexual Misconduct in Explosive Investigation + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, September 1. NEED TO READ Former Orlando Museum Trustees Speak Out – Former directors of the Orlando Museum of Art say they …

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The best board games with auctions

Board games, and especially competitive board games, often create a tense and competitive environment. This is perhaps best exemplified in board games that use bidding and bidding. Related: Popular board games you can play online Just trying to gauge what your opponents might bid and trying to outbid them to …

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Keith Haring’s Child’s Bedroom Doodle Will Be Auctioned

The house kept its promises. It’s indeed a fixer-upper (“It’ll soak up all the attention and dollars you want to put into it,” Scott said) and it’s neat: the house is a mecca for Keith Haring fans. It’s not uncommon for the Garners to find strangers in their driveway or …

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Five takeaways from the outlook for the global art market

The art market can seem difficult to grasp, but with the right data and analysis, it becomes much easier to understand. Start-up based in Germany art trade dug into the Artnet Price Database to bring you five facts about how the art auction market is changing and what you, as …

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What art does Brad Pitt possess? Here are eight artists we know the ‘Bullet Train’ actor collects and admires

Like any good artist, Brad Pitt is constantly evolving. Sometimes all it takes is a change of circumstances to knock the first domino down. The current slapstick action movie star High-speed train turned over a new leaf after his split from Angelina Jolie in 2016. The actor got sober, locked …

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“They are thieves of time”: paleontologists denounce the booming market for dinosaur skeletons

“Greedy” is a way of describing the dinosaur bone market in recent years, as art collectors, celebrities and others have joined in the increasingly expensive hunt for prehistoric artifacts. But not everyone believes that these objects should be sold. Next Sotheby’s sale of 77 million year old Gorgosaurus skeleton for …

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La Jolla traffic council backs street closures for Art & Wine festival and guidelines for private events

The La Jolla Traffic and Transportation Board has unanimously supported temporary street closures and no-parking zones for the upcoming La Jolla Art and Wine Festival. “This is a landmark event for our community,” said T&T President Brian Earley. Approval will be forwarded to the La Jolla Community Planning Association for …

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New Law Forces NYC Museums to Display Information About Nazi Art Looting, May Be More Complicated Than It Seems | Sullivan and Worcester

New York Governor Kathy Hochul enacted a new requirement requiring museums to publicly identify any item in their collection that was moved by the Nazis in what Congress has rightly called the greatest organized art theft in human history. The meaning of this new rule is clear: New York is …

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Student recovering from being hit by a car outside Clarksville High School

CLARKSVILLE, TN (NOW CLARKSVILLE) – A recent accident sparked conversations in the community about how to make students safer when traveling to and from school. Anthony Johnson, public information officer for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System, said after school Friday that a student from Clarksville High School went to church …

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Laguna Beach Sawdust Art Festival Presents Artists’ Benevolent Fund Art Auction Sunday, August 14, 2022 – South OC Beaches

Laguna Beach’s Sawdust Art Festival Presents Artists’ Benevolent Fund Art Auction on Sunday, August 14, 2022The 56th Annual Laguna Beaches Sawdust Art Festival 2022 is daily until Sunday, August 28, 2022.South OC Beaches has all the information for you to enjoy the Laguna Beach Sawdust Art Festival! Attend the 36th …

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Ann and Gordon Getty’s East-West Art Treasures Worth US$180 Million to Be Featured in Charity Auction | Auctions News | THE VALUE

In October 2022, nearly 1,500 works from the eminent Ann and Gordon Getty collection will be offered at Christie’s New York. Spanning four days, a series of 10 featured sales – such as artwork, jewelry, handbags and furniture – will be held. Collectively, these sales are estimated at US$180 million. …

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Ninja auction and Patty’s Portico find common ground | Greenwich Sentinel

Patty DeFelice runs Patty’s Portico Outdoor Furniture Restoration, a boutique based in Port Chester, NY, which she started nearly 20 years ago. “It’s about taking really beautiful things and when I bring them back to life, I love [the owners’] reaction,” DeFelice said of what she does at Patty’s Portico, …

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Kaitao Intermediate Principal Is Proud Of His Students’ Art Auction Contribution

Left to right, middle school students Kaitao Jayde Phillips (11), Chloe Russel (12), Kiara Pelasio (13) and Caprease Pullen-Burry (12, front) with teacher Wendy Stafford (behind). Photo/Laura Smith An impressed Rotorua headmaster has bought his own students’ artwork at an auction supporting the local museum. The auction was organized and …

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Artists Must Cash Out When Work Is Resold With Updated Copyright Laws

Montreal abstract artist Claude Tousignant, whose painting Accélérateur Chromatique 90 was sold in 2012 for $110,000, is one of the artists supporting the reform of the law. He would have received $5,500 if changes to the copyright law being prepared by ministers had been in place when the resale took …

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Australian artist sticks a pickle to the ceiling and auctions off the artwork for Rs 5 lakh

While visiting an art gallery, we come across several masterpieces that grab our attention for their beautiful textures, strokes, and presentation. Art galleries also keep a collection of several works of abstract creations, made by artists, which ordinary people sometimes do not understand. One of these works recently exhibited at …

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Barcelona sell Cruyff’s iconic goal at NFT auction for $693,000

FILE – A general view of the Camp Nou stadium before a Spanish Copa del Rey soccer match between Barcelona and Leganes, in Barcelona, ​​Spain, Thursday, January 30, 2020. Barcelona have auctioned off a digital artwork depicting a goal icon by Johan Cruyff for $693,000 as he seeks new income …

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Aston Martin DB5 stunt car is up for auction – Robb Report

You will soon be able to buy everything you need to be James Bond in one place. Christie’s and Eon Pictures will celebrate 60 years of the super spy’s big-screen exploits with a unprecedented auction of memorabilia related to 007 in September. Bond collectors and superfans will have the chance …

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French authorities are detaining two archaeologists, including a curator from the Louvre, as part of an ongoing international art trafficking net

Two high-ranking archaeologists and curators are being held for questioning by French investigators as part of an investigation into a global art trafficking scandal that has implicated the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the Met and former Louvre director Jean- Luc Martinez. Jean-François Charnier and Noëmi Daucé are suspected of ignoring warnings …

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West Seattle Blog… | West Seattle Grand Parade, Float Dodger 5K, Alki Art Fair, Outdoor Movies, more for your Saturday

Summer fun abounds! First, two big events: (Photo HPIC – their “mini-tank” is ready for the parade!) WEST SEATTLE GRAND PARADE: An annual tradition since 1935 is back after a pandemic hiatus. More than 70 entries start rolling, walking, walking, dancing, etc. at 11 a.m. from California/Lander, southern California to …

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Good Company: the platform pushes to make the art market accessible

Platform’s Bettina Huang Eric Felipe Barkin Text size A student of art history and economics, Bettina Huang wanted to work in the art world. However, when the native New Yorker got her dream job at Christie’s, working on contemporary art auctions, she was disappointed. “The traditional art industry was very …

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Artwork by the late great Cork artist Maurice Desmond up for auction

Viewers can get lost in the work of Cork-based artist Maurice Desmond, who sadly passed away on June 30. Just look and keep looking and it’s amazing what you can find in his art. When Maurice was singing, a five-minute visit to his studio could last an entire afternoon without …

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The Calder Foundation seeks to gamify art history with a new Web3 experience that awards official NFTs to winners

Alexander SC Rower, the grandson of artist Alexander Calder and president of the Calder Foundation, is a self-proclaimed NFT skeptic. He had made plenty of arguments about the possibility of an Alexander Calder NFT when he spoke with TRLab founders Xin Li-Cohen and Audrey Ou at Art Basel Miami Beach …

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Appointments at BADA, Bishop and Miller and Elstob & Elstob – an overview of the art and antiques sector

Ashley Gallant has joined BADA as Executive Director. Laura Chester Jul 12, 2022 The British Association of Antique Dealers The British Antique Dealers’ Association (BADA) has appointed Ashley Gallant (pictured above) as the new CEO. Gallant was previously …

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Clarke Auction Gallery will offer great variety at all levels on July 10

A notable work of art is this oil on paper by Sean Scully ($20/$30,000), an important living artist, titled ‘Drawing #30’, 1980, 30¼ by 23 inches. Boasting over eight carats of diamonds, this pair of platinum, diamond and pearl earrings (6/$9,000) should top jewelry deals. For its summer auction on …

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The art industry needs real radical change – in a maritime sense

Everyone now knows that air travel is not good for the planet. And it is therefore not surprising to learn that the international transport of works of art by air freight is one of the main generators of greenhouse gas emissions in the art world. And then, on top of …

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Anime Expo Charity Auction Benefits JACCC

(SOPHIA COLE / Rafu Shimpo) The annual Anime Expo charity auction is back at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Entrants were given the opportunity to bid on some impressive anime-related loot, with all proceeds going to the Japanese American Culture and Community Center or JACCC. Anime Expo’s parent organization, the …

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Westport artist to ‘eradicate gun violence’ with sneaker auction

For 16 years, Linda Colletta painted large-scale backdrops – “set walls” – for concerts and TV events on MTV and VH1. She has worked on background set designs for shows like the Grammys and special star performances. If you’ve been to a Pearl Jam, Coldplay, Green Day, Pink, Paul McCartney, …

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Bonhams expands again with the purchase of leading French auction house Cornette de Saint Cyr

Bonhams in London continues its buying spree in the auction rooms with the acquisition of the first French auction house, Cornette de Saint Cyr, which will be called Bonhams Cornette de Saint Cyr. The acquisition is another sign of consolidation in the sector, following Bonhams’ acquisition of leading Nordic auction …

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Janesville Art League to Auction Locally Made ‘Arts of the Heart’ for Ukraine

JANESVILLE, Wis. (WMTV) – It never takes a lot to show heart to those in need. The Rock County Historical Society will host “Artrageous Wednesday” on June 29, with more than 30 locally painted “thank you” hearts that have been displayed throughout the city will be auctioned off. Heart ornaments …

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Generac Auctions Guitars Signed by Summerfest Artists

MILWAUKEE — Generac will auction off nine guitars at the end of Summerfest, all signed by artists performing on the Generac Power Stage. According to a Summerfest press release, Generac invites all artists performing on the Power Stage to sign one of nine guitars. Then, at the end of the …

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Young painters (again) stole the show at Phillips Hong Kong’s $27m contemporary art sale

Today, works by very young contemporary artists were in high demand at the Phillips Hong Kong 20th Century and Contemporary Art Night Sale. The spinning star added some excitement to an otherwise lukewarm sale that totaled HK$214 million ($27.3 million). 95% of the 44 lots offered have been acquired, five …

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Christie’s Jewelry Sale, Hubert de Givenchy Auction Topes Estimates – WWD

Worth slamming: Until July 7, an eclectic set of jewelry ranging from the 19th century to the 1980s will be offered online for auction by Christie’s. The 290 lots, curated by the jewelry department of the auction house’s French branch, include creations from the cornerstones of Place Vendôme Boucheron, Cartier, …

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Vernon’s Caetani Center to Hold Annual Art Auction on June 25 – Vernon News

Photo: Don Weixl A popular event comes to life at the Caetani Center in Vernon. Formerly known as Splash of Red, this year’s event has been renamed Caetani Splash Viva d’Arte to better reflect the Caetani Center’s Italian roots. “We wanted to transition more to an Italian-themed summer garden party,” …

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Painting in Tupac Album Cover Up at Auction – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Amid the sculpted busts and collectibles at Heritage Auctions in Dallas, there’s a painting on the wall that hip-hop fans will recognize from their CD or record collections. The painting shows the late Tupac Shakur on a cross. It was used as the album cover for Tupac’s (aka Makaveli) latest …

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Frantic bidding in ‘ripper’ auction to secure Art Deco Parnell unit that last sold for $169,000

WHITE RAY This Art Deco unit in Gladstone Road, Parnell sold for $1.32 million at a lively auction, attracting over 50 bids. You could be forgiven for thinking that the housing downturn doesn’t apply to smaller properties in prime locations. This small Art Deco unit in Gladstone Road, Parnell attracted …

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Northborough public art exhibition up for auction

Residents gathered at Ellsworth McAfee Park to view the Northborough Go Out Doors exhibit at an unveiling event in April. The doors are now auctioned off. (Photo/Laura Hayes) NORTHBOROUGH – A series of doors decorated by local artists for Northborough’s ‘Go Out Doors – Northborough’ exhibition is now up for …

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Why and how to buy art online today: 2022 preview (sponsored content by Carmelita)

Image: Christopher Burns at Unsplash.com Buy art online is a new fulfilling trend for a distinctive group of traders and collectors. Over the past 20/30 years, all of the arts and entertainment sectors have been changed and remodeled of the old traditional foresight. Today, students, young artists, galleries and new …

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We hire! The Art Newspaper is looking for an Associate Editor (New York)

About the Art Journal For more than 30 years, The arts journal covered the art world – and the world in which art occurs. We write about all the latest developments, but also analyze the most significant events and trends, examining how the international art and culture landscape shapes – …

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The auction offers a rare opportunity to own something from Irma Stern

Pippa Hudson interviews Kirsty Colledge, head of the Strauss & Co art department in Cape Town. Art auctioneers Strauss & Co. hosts an auction of world-renowned South African artist Irma Stern on Wednesday. One hundred and forty works from the Irma Stern Trust collection spanning her entire career are up …

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The Bookseller – News – Christie’s Holds ‘Historic’ Auction of First Editions of Atwood, Mantel and More for England’s PEN

Christie’s will hold an auction of first-edition books and art by contemporary artists and authors to raise funds for England’s PEN, with works by Margaret Atwood, Hilary Mantel and Sebastian Faulks among those in sale. “First Editions, Second Thoughts” will run online from June 28 to July 12, with the …

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Longmont partners to host fundraising tag art exhibit on June 11

Longmont partners come together to host a tag show to raise money for local nonprofits. The art exhibit, featuring artwork made from labels, will take place from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 11 at the Left Hand Brewing beer garden, 1245 Boston Ave. There will be live …

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Artnet Auctions and IFPDA Present Editions for a Cause, Print Sale to Benefit Relief Initiatives in Ukraine

Artnet Auctions is proud to partner with the International Fine Prints Dealers Association (IFPDA) to Editions for a causea sale of coveted prints and multiples to benefit relief initiatives in Ukraine. All IFPDA proceeds from the auction, in addition to 50% of Artnet’s buyer’s premium, will be allocated to the …

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Millea Bros Three-day ‘Select’ auction for $2.9 million

Auction in Boonton, NJ BOONTON, NJ – Auction company Millea Bros held a three-day online auction, May 18-20, offering a wide range of fine art, design and antiques from around important estates, institutions and private collections in the New York area. The overall sale brought in $2.9 million with a …

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Buy art and design to support Ukraine: sales and auctions

Galvanized by the growing human tragedy of war in Ukraine, many creators felt compelled to offer their help in the best way they knew how: by leveraging their resources and networks to raise money for aid organizations. charity by selling art, photography and design. to those of us willing to …

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OAG Announces Critics’ Choice Selection for 2022 Give to Get Art Auction – Apartment613

The Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) Give for art The auction begins tonight, May 27, with a Gala celebration, and continues through the weekend with online auctions. OAG also hosted a free in-person local art marketand today announced the five Critics’ Choice artists for 2022! Critics’ Choice is led by a …

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Can Ernie Barnes still score? A sale at Bonhams could hold the answer

The late Ernie Barnes had quite a year. It started when his 1976 work The sugar shack shattered expectations at Christie’s 20th Century Art Night Sale on May 13, where it was sold to Houston-based entrepreneur Bill Perkins for $15.3 million (about 75 times the price estimated between $150,000 and …

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Late antiques dealer Forrest Fenn, who hid a $2 million treasure chest in the mountains, heads to auction

In 2010, New Mexico art and antiques dealer Forrest Fenn infamously hid a Romanesque bronze chest filled with approximately $2 million in gold coins and other valuables somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. , then challenged the world to find it. The hunt ended in June 2020, just months before Fenn …

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Canadian art has a moment and the timing couldn’t be better

Breadcrumb Links News Culture Canada As Spring Art Auctions Break Records Around the World, Some Coveted Canadian Works Arrive Publication date : May 21, 2022 • 17 hours ago • 4 minute read • 13 comments Lawren Harris, Mountain Sketch, will be on sale at the House of Heffel’s annual …

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Penticton Arts Council online auction seeks to send 2 students to school – Penticton Western News

The Penticton Arts Council is on a two-week mission to raise money for three community initiatives, one of which is to help send a pair of high school students to a post-secondary arts program. An online fundraising auction was launched by the group on May 18 and is due to …

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Painting traded for a cheese sandwich in 1973 sold at auction for CAN$350,000 | Art

A Canadian painting that was traded 50 years ago for a grilled cheese sandwich has sold at auction for the “astonishing” sum of C$350,000 (US$272,000). Black Truck by folk artist Maud Lewis sold for 10 times its estimated value, setting a new record for a painter whose popularity has grown …

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Bertoia’s will host the annual Spring Auction May 19-20 with a variety of toys and Coca-Cola…

Two-sided Coca-Cola porcelain sign, dated 1941. Provenance: Ray Burgess Collection. Estimate $1,500 to $3,000Bertoia Auctions VINELAND, NJ – With winter in the rearview mirror and the prospect of spring fast approaching, the Bertoia family is pleased to announce the next in a list of exceptional sales scheduled for 2022: their …

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Global Online Art Auction Market Research Report 2022 to 2031 – SMU Daily Mustang

Market Reports offers a latest report published on “Global Online art auction Market 2022-2030”. Further, the Global Online Art Auction report encompasses market size and forecast, annual growth analysis and market dynamics, including growth drivers, restraining factors, opportunities and trends covering the overall market perspective. A detailed analysis of the …

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Minerva jazz fest, Angel Auction, Factory of Terror, ‘Golden Girls’ in Guangzhou

Music, art and food in downtown Minerva on Saturdays The 10th Annual Brick Street Art & Jazz Festival takes place Saturday at Minerva. The event on North Market Street features music, food, crafts and interactive art activities for all ages. The free event is scheduled regardless of weather conditions. Bands …

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The RSF Foundation for Education organizes an annual art auction

On Friday, May 6, the RSF Education Foundation held its annual art auction, A Creative Affair, at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. The sold-out event was attended by over 150 guests. The annual fundraiser auctions art projects created by Rowe students, as well as many other items donated by …

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Warhol’s $200 Million ‘Marilyn’ Could Test Health of Art Market

In 1985, dealer Tony Shafrazi designed a poster promote its exhibition of paintings produced jointly by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. The image showed the two performers wearing boxing gloves as if preparing to practice. Although playful, the poster alluded to the complicated relationship between Warhol and Basquiat; they were …

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St. Petersburg Art League Hosts Kentucky Derby Day Party and Online Auction

PETERSBURG — This Saturday, watch the Kentucky Derby on the big screen in Old Town while celebrating the 90th anniversary of a longtime staple in the area. Saint Petersburg Region Art League [PAAL] will present its “Kentucky Derby Day” birthday party from 5-10 p.m. The party will include U&I Plus …

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Friend Inc. celebrates the return of the in-person benefit auction

Friend Inc. Community Services celebrated the return of an in-person auction on Saturday, April 30, raising funds for programs that help Berks County residents in need. At the 32nd annual event, attendees gathered at Beltzner Hall at the Kutztown Fairgrounds for dinner and drinks followed by a live auction of …

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Unitarian Universalists Host Online Auction May 14-21

Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will be holding their 2022 Fabulous Finds and Fun Times online auctions beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 14, and ending at 4 p.m., Saturday, May 21. The public is invited to connect to the auction site at the address fundraiser.bid/uusd where they can bid, …

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Farmfest Presents Fundraiser for FFA, 4-H | News, Sports, Jobs

GILFILLAN ESTATE – 4-H groups and FFA organizations are invited to participate in the design and construction of hay bale artwork that will be displayed between the front doors of Farmfest 2022 August 2-4 . Disney characters, barnyard animals, school or sports team mascots are the theme of …

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In It for the Money: Over 80% of NFT art buyers are driven by ROI

Most NFT art buyers get what they pay for. Pixabay Text size Most buyers of non-fungible art-based tokens, unique digital assets better known as NFTs, are for the money, not the art itself, according to a survey. About 82% of NFT buyers surveyed said they were motivated by investment goals, …

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Pissarro seized by Nazis to be auctioned off after families settle

A Pissarro painting that was at the center of a dispute between the heirs of a Jewish couple whose art collection was seized by the Nazis before WWII and a Jewish family who bought it in 1994 will be sold auction next month after the two sides reached an agreement. …

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NFTs barely bring a trickle of profit to galleries, report says + other stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, April 21. NEED TO READ Paintings blocked in Korea as sanctions block flights – Artwork on loan from Russia to institutions in …

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Wayne Thiebaud’s greatest landscape work is auctioned for the first time. Here’s how much it’s estimated to sell

Wayne Thiebaud’s 2004 painting “City Views” will be on display at Christie’s in San Francisco until Friday, April 22, before its May 12 auction in New York Photo: courtesy of Christie Wayne Thiebaud’s 2004 painting ‘City Views’ will be among works up for auction in a major spring sale highlighting …

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American and European trains will participate in the Bertoia auction on April 21 of the Paul Cole…

Brimtoy Mickey Mouse hand car in box with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck figures, and track. Estimate $600 to $1,200Bertoia Auctions VINELAND, NJ – Last year, antique toy collectors around the world had two very special opportunities to acquire trains and toys from the late businessman, civic leader and humanitarian’s …

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Paintings by Burchfield, Wiggins, Silva and others are in Shannon’s online auction, April 28

Watercolor on paper by Charles Burchfield (American, 1893-1967), titled Nighthawks and the Moon, (1965) 1966, initialed and dated, 34 ¾ inches by 26 ¼ inches (by sight) (est. $200,000 – $300,000 ).Shannon Fine Art Auctioneers MILFORD, Conn. – Shannon’s Fine Art Auction, scheduled for Thursday, April 28 at 6 p.m. …

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5 New Artist Selections the Artnet Gallery Network is Watching in April

At Artnet Gallery Network, our mission is to discover new artists every month. We’ve sifted through the thousands of talented artists on our site to select a few that we find particularly intriguing right now. Amid the flurry of new shows opening this month, we’ve picked five artists worth knowing …

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Phillips Announces April Editions Auction Highlights

Andy Warhol | Flowers (set of 10), 1970 | Estimate: $1,000,000 – $1,500,000 Courtesy of Phillips Phillips Announces April Highlights Sales to editions Sale from April 19 to 21 to present genre sets by Warhol, Nara, Haring, Chagall, Bourgeois and others NEW YORK – APRIL 6, 2022 – Phillips is …

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The “Bad Art by Good People” event returns

Editor’s note: This is an introductory story to a series of promotional photos by local amateur artists that will be printed in the Urbana Daily Citizen in the coming weeks. A popular local fundraiser that supports local arts returns this year. Polls are now open for the 11th Annual Bad …

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2021 has been a big year for auctions

This is the season when companies tend to post self-satisfied tombstones touting their successes from the previous year. Auction houses aren’t immune, and no one does it quite like Heritage Auctions (ha.com). Their glitzy 216-page color book has just arrived in the mail, modestly subtitled “A Bid for History.” Smug …

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Live on Artnet Auctions: Four Iconic Pop Art Prints That Defined the Movement

First printings and multipleslive on Artnet Auctions, offers a curated selection of works spanning a wide range of movements and styles. The past and the present are linked in this sale through several exceptional pieces of Pop art, the movement that marked the 20th century. First emerging in the 1950s …

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Fairytale Town auction raises funds for children’s programs

There are a few hours left to support Fairytale Town as an online auction is underway to help Storybook Park raise thousands of dollars to continue “providing magical experiences for thousands of children.” The auction ends Sunday at midnight. For over 60 years, Fairytale Town in Land Park has delighted …

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Investors can now buy shares of this $17 million Picasso

The global art market had a record year in 2021, both in terms of total auction turnover and the number of works sold. The most popular artist among buyers was Pablo Picassoreaching $671,513,270 in auction revenue for the year, according to artprice.com. One of Picasso’s best-known series is the “Musketeers” …

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Auction House, Services, Sotheby, Christie, Nagel, David, Phillips, Poly Group, China Guardian, Bonhams, Yong Xin, Ali – ChattTenn Sports

the Art Sales The report is an in-depth examination of the global art auction’s general consumption structure, development trends, sales techniques and sales of major nations. The research covers well-known vendors in the global art auction industry, along with market segmentation, competition, and macroeconomic climate. A comprehensive art auction analysis …

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Interview with Arsinée Khanjian & Screening of “Auction of Souls” | Performing the Archive: A Conversation on Art, Engagement, and Armenianness

IN-PERSON EVENT Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 7:00 PM State Theater | Theater 2, 233 South State St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 Free and open to the public. No registration required. Arsinée Khanjian, actress, performer, producer and civil rights activist Marie-Aude Baronian, Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam Auction of soulsPerforming …

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s art collection, more to be auctioned in Alexandria

She was a Supreme Court justice and cultural icon so popular that people recognized her by her initials, RGB. The nation mourned her passing two years ago, when Ruth Bader Ginsberg died aged 87 from complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer. Now his legion of fans will have the chance to …

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Bel Air mansion with NFT art gallery, DJ booth asks for $87 million

This property may be fungible, but it contains space for a property that is not. A Bel Air mansion with appealing amenities in both the physical and virtual universe is set to go up for auction next month and is currently listed at $87.7 million. the Vista Palace The property …

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$500,000 raised for Ukrainian Red Cross through Park West Gallery auction telecast

Southfield Park West Gallery raises $500,000 for Ukrainian Red Cross Half a million dollars over the weekend went to the Ukrainian Red Cross – a good chunk of their nearly $2 million weekend. Auctioneer Cole Waters said people were eager to help. SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (FOX 2) – Much of the …

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The luxury watch market presents opportunities for the savvy investor

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. I have been a collector of horological instruments for over 30 years. Despite the current meteoric rise in prices, some watches continue to present an opportunity for long-term appreciation and market diversification. Here’s why. Highlights of the current watch market A recent …

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MFA Houston Acquires Never-Before-Seen Artwork by Diego Rivera for $4 Million – ARTnews.com

The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston acquired a recently rediscovered painting by Mexican artist Diego Rivera for $4 million at Christie’s auction on Friday. The price for the work is the third highest ever for a work by Rivera at auction, which paid a record $9.6 million The rivals …

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Three years ago I had dinner with Vladimir Putin. What he told me makes me fear for the cultural heritage of Ukraine

I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to bow or extend my hand in greeting when I came face to face with Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2019. I ended up settling for an awkward combination of the two. Shortly after arriving at a black-tie dinner in Moscow, I was …

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LA Muralist Noni Olabisi Dies at 67 – and more art news – ARTnews.com

To get Morning Links delivered to your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. Header lines SEND WHITE SMOKE. Next week, Gagosian will show in its Davies Street space in London what is believed to be the first “screaming pope” painting who Francis Bacon never done, …

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Helmet worn by Amelia Earhart sells for $825,000 at auction

A leather helmet that Amelia Earhart wore on a flight across the Atlantic in 1928 and later lost in a crowd of fans in Cleveland sold at auction for $825,000. The helmet went to an anonymous bidder in an online-only sale that ended on Sunday, a Heritage Auctions spokesperson said. …

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Park West Gallery Hosts Online Fundraiser for Ukrainian Relief Efforts

Upcoming Park West auction donating 100% of sales of over 100 works to the Ukrainian Red Cross SOUTHFIELD, Mich., March 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — West Park Gallery is organizing a special fundraiser to support the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine during their March 10-13 live online art auctions. Ukrainian artist …

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Hake’s March 15-16 auction features “unicorns,” including prizes from Star Wars, Cuban baseball…

1979 Star Wars Boba Fett Rocket Firing Prototype Action Figure, J-slot, version 2, bears copyright stamps, AFA 50 VG rated. Archivally encapsulated with Collectible Investment Brokerage (CIB) COA. Extremely rare and sought after. Estimate $100,000 to $200,000 Hake auctions YORK, Pa. — Pop culture fans reacted with stunned disbelief, and …

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The financial community is closing its doors to Russia. Will the art market follow?

Since Russia invaded Ukraine last week, an art adviser has been busy answering questions from worried clients, some of whom have works for sale in London this week, including at Phillips auction house . The company, owned by Russian luxury conglomerate Mercury Group, plans to offer tens of millions of …

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Sterling Associates is leaving winter behind with the March 2 auction of fine art, antiques,…

Dahlov Ipcar (American, 1917-2017), Cherangani, oil on canvas, 48 ​​x 40 inches, signed and dated ‘1989.’ Original artist label with title, date, description and price of $9,000. Estimate $10,000 to $15,000 Sterling Associates NORWOOD, NJ – On Wednesday, March 2, Sterling Associates will bid farewell to winter with an auction …

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Plein Sport relaunches with Humanoid, Metaverse, NFT Activation – WWD

Philipp Plein has bullish plans for the metaverse – so much so that the revamped Plein Sport line is being dubbed as the first “metaverse-native” fashion line. Guests at Thursday night’s show couldn’t expect a humanoid robot called Romeo 1.0 to be the star of the evening – no clothes …

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Artist Blows Up Lamborghini And Auctions Parts Videos As NFTs

People blow up expensive cars with surprising frequency, for a variety of reasons. Some are mad that the car has issues, while others just blow up fancy rides to dunk on enemies, flaunt wealth, or for no good reason. An artist who goes by the name of “Shl0ms” just blew …

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Wildlife Haven Opens Second Annual Online Art Auction Fundraiser

Content of the article The Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Center is hosting its second annual online art auction fundraising event to raise $20,000. Content of the article The Art for Wildlife online auction opened on Friday and will be open until Sunday at 9 p.m. The auction features artwork by Wildlife …

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Virtual Artist MonoC’s Creation Blossoms According to Online Auction Data | Auctions News | THE VALUE

Phillips is holding a special online auction called My Kawaii Valentine. Alongside physical contemporary works of art such as Tomoo Gokita, Mr. Doodle and Joan Cornella; NFT is also in focus. This international auction house has collaborated with a branded technology company from Hong Kong, where an NFT is created …

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Nostalgic Winnie the Pooh artwork is now up for auction

| Winnie the Pooh may be known to most modern audiences thanks to the design made popular by the cartoon series and movies, but that’s not how good ol’ Pooh Bear started. Initially, a fairy tale character, Winnie the Pooh, debuts in the books of its creators, writer A. A. …

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Art in A(U)ction – The New Indian Express

Express press service BENGALURU: Having dabbled in numismatics and auctions for almost 50 years, venturing into the space of classical Indian art is a defining moment. Popular Mumbai-based auctioneer Todywalla Auctions, which has been in the space for over five decades now, is expanding into the art space with its …

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art, plays, cars and history

Besides the preparation for the Daytona 500, there is a lot going on in the area this week: an innovative art exhibit, two plays, a commemorative event and a car festival. Whether you want to be indoors or outdoors, there’s something to keep you entertained, and even some things that …

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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art appoints new director

A year after the resignation of its longtime leader, Neal Benezra, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art announced its successor on Wednesday, Christopher Bedford, director of the Baltimore Museum of Art. Bedford, who will start in June, championed diversity through collection acquisitions and salary increases during his tenure in …

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Art auction helps swell church coffers

AN ORIGINAL painting by a Ceredigion artist helped bail out the coffers of a church attacked by vandals late last year. Following recent vandalism at the Church of the Holy Cross Mwnt near Cardigan, a local artist has contributed one of his wanted originals from the church to the local …

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The Art of Connecting in the Metaverse

“I can’t change the fact that my paintings don’t sell. But the time will come when people will recognize that they are worth more than the value of the paints used in the picture. – Vincent Van Gogh During his short but very prolific life, Van Gogh created more than …

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Strauss & Co heads to KZN for Valuation Day

First South African art auction house, Strauss & Co.travels to Pietermaritzburg and Durban on February 15 and 16, 2022, offering the people of KwaZulu-Natal the opportunity to have their art valued and learn more about the South African art market. Taking place at the Tatham Art Gallery (Pietermaritzburg) on tuesday …

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Power Drives Wooten & Wooten Winter Auction

CAMDEN, SC — Power — in two wonderfully varied guises — sparked interest and high prices at Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers during its January 29 winter catalog auction. The first lot out of the gate, and the top seller of the sale, was a 1969 Porsche 912 Targa with 53,000 …

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Breaking news in black art: new academic nominations at Tufts, Temple and Rutgers, 20,000 black memorabilia auctioned, Ghana at the Venice Biennale, and more.

Latest News in Black Art features updates and developments in the world of art and related culture From left, Jova Lynne begins at Temple Contemporary at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture on January 31. | Photo by Clare Gotto; Margaret Vendryes officially joins Tufts University in June. | …

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Mysterious black diamond called The Enigma is up for auction and is expected to sell for $7 million

A black diamond weighing 555.55 carats is up for auction at Sotheby’s and is aptly named The Enigma. The auction opens February 3 at 6:00 a.m. PST (1400 GMT) and ends February 9, Sotheby’s said, adding that cryptocurrency will be accepted for payment for the diamond. Sotheby’s said it was …

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Yummy Teenage NFT Sensation Fewocious Now Has A Market Worth $26 Million + More Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, January 27. NEED TO READ What does the metaverse mean for the future of culture? – While artists and creators have embraced …

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Safra family heir to sell two Gentileschi at Sotheby’s – ARTnews.com

As Artemisia Gentileschi’s prices continue to rise, two paintings by 17th-century Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi are up for auction at Sotheby’s New York. Both will appear in an Old Masters auction on Thursday, and both are backed by a financial guarantee. The paintings come from the collection of Jacob (Jacqui) …

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Sculptures of Scottish literary classics up for auction

A COLLECTION of rare book sculptures created for Scottish Book Trust by an anonymous artist dubbed the Bookish Banksy, is to be auctioned online. For a week from tomorrow, book lovers will be able to place their bids with art auctioneers Lyon & Turnbull, who are selling the five paper …

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Why Forgotten Artist Edmonia Lewis Becomes Her Own U.S. Postage Stamp

Cleopatra was found in a dusty mall storage room outside Chicago in the late 1980s – wedged amid discarded Christmas decorations, covered in graffiti and house paint. The 3,000-pound neoclassical marble sculpture depicting the death of the Egyptian queen had once been among the most important works of art listed …

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Great Tang Bid Technology, Inc. Announces Letter of Intent to Acquire Great Tang Digital Limited of Hong Kong

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/January 20, 2022/ Great Tang Bid Technology, Inc. (“OTCPink:ESPI”) CEO Zhuang Rong Cheng announced today that the company has entered into a firm letter of intent to acquire 100% ownership of Great Tang Digital Limited of Hong Kong (“GT Digital”). . “At Great Tang Bid, we are delighted …

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Phillips launches fiduciary services to help clients navigate the art market

Phillips started a branch of fiduciary services. Courtesy of Phillips Text size Phillips launched a fiduciary services arm in response to demand from collectors and their advisers to navigate the increasingly complex issues of the art market. The international team will be led by Phillips’ three general counsel, Martin Wilson …

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artnet AG: Artnet Data and Analysis Shows Key Art Market Developments in 2021, Indicates Growth for 2022 | Taiwan News

Post-war art and contemporary art show the strongest growth Price trends highlight attractiveness of fine art as an alternative asset Pablo Picasso, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol most expensive artists in 2021 Over $14 billion worth of art sold at auction in 2021 Artnet develops AI-backed analytics and predictive technology NEW …

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Shannon’s online fine art auction, open for bidding until January 20, features 228…

Oil on canvas by Alfred Thompson Bricher (American, 1837-1908), titled View Near Hudson, signed lower right, 9 inches by 18 inches (estimate: $15,000-$20,000).Shannon Fine Art Auctioneers MILFORD, CONN. – Online bidding is open through January 20 at 2 p.m. EST for 228 lots of artwork from the 19th century to …

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