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    False Goya Taken Before Auction
    Date: 31 Dec 2006 | Views: 5063
    MADRID, SPAIN - The work “Saints Adoring the Holy Sacrament” that was previously attributed to Francisco de Goya was removed from auction by Spanish police because there were doubts about its authenticity. More...
    Kahn's Design Restored in Yale Gallery's $44 Million Overhaul
    Date: 29 Dec 2006 | Views: 3970
    With its long, uninterrupted wall of beige masonry, the newly restored Yale University Art Gallery extends a sullen invitation to New Haven's Chapel Street. More...
    Work Attributed to Goya Withdrawn From Auction
    Date: 29 Dec 2006 | Views: 4328
    MADRID, SPAIN - The “Saints Adoring the Holy Sacrament” attributed to Goya was scheduled to be auctioned yesterday at Lamas Bolaсo, in Madrid. More...
    Naked and the Nude: Representations of the Body
    Date: 25 Dec 2006 | Views: 5436
    KANSAS CITY - The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art presents The Naked and the Nude: Representations of the Body on view through April 29, 2007. The words “naked” and “nude” are defined as synonyms by the American Heritage Dictionary. More...
    Saatchi Launches Website for Student Artists
    Date: 22 Dec 2006 | Views: 4326
    LONDON, ENGLAND - Charles Saatchi launched a website for art students and some have already sold works through it. More than 2,000 art students have been attracted to this new website. More...
    1882 Postage Stamp Sells For Record GBP 15,000 at Bonhams
    Date: 22 Dec 2006 | Views: 5559
    LONDON, ENGLAND - A large orange stamp that cost Ј5 in 1882 used for posting heavy parcels to the furthest reaches of the British Empire set a new world record price for such a stamp at Bonhams in Knightsbridge on December 19 when it sold for Ј15,270. More...
    Coming to a town near you: national museums
    Date: 22 Dec 2006 | Views: 4063
    What's happening is nothing less than a revolution in federal museum policy. For decades, the government has funded the operation of museums and art galleries in Ottawa only, and then doled out the meagre Museums Assistance Program support to help other levels of government keep the rest of the country's heritage institutions up and running. More...
    Why you cannot trust dealers’ prices - or auction results either
    Date: 20 Dec 2006 | Views: 4041
    Anyone keeping a tally of top art prices is having to revise his or her lists constantly these days, both for auction prices and reported private sales. “You used to have years between new record prices being set; now it’s just weeks,” said one auction house insider. More...
    Christie's Modern-Art Auctions Rose 82% in 2006, Fueling Growth
    Date: 20 Dec 2006 | Views: 3994
    Christie's International, the world's largest auction house, said its impressionist and modern-art auctions rose 82 percent this year, helping the company to gain market share from rival Sotheby's. More...
    MetroArtwork Webiste Launched Showcasing Artwork
    Date: 19 Dec 2006 | Views: 4088
    NEW YORK - MetroArtwork, based in Florida, launches new art website to market limited edition hand signed contemporary artwork, below gallery and market pricing, from the worlds leading contemporary artists. More...
    Record-Setting 1 Million King Tut Tickets Sold at The Field
    Date: 19 Dec 2006 | Views: 4496
    CHICAGO - More than one million tickets have been sold for The Field Museum's blockbuster exhibition Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs. The exhibition opened May 26, 2006 and will continue through January 1, 2007. More...
    Troubled Ulster Museum given record Lottery cash grant
    Date: 18 Dec 2006 | Views: 4252
    Five days after being criticised for poor management, the Ulster Museum in Belfast has received its largest ever grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. More...
    French Government’s E100m plan to boost failing art scene
    Date: 18 Dec 2006 | Views: 5186
    PARIS - France has announced a e100m ($120m) plan to support French artists and boost the market for contemporary art in the country. According to the French Minister of Culture, Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres , this is intended to “demonstrate the vivacity of French artistic creation”. More...
    Rediscovering Francesca Woodman
    Date: 18 Dec 2006 | Views: 11159
    "As often happens in the natural cycle of the art world, the photographer's work has found new resonance among today's artists, who are looking back at the 1960s and ྂs with fresh eyes and combining the past and present in inventive ways." More...
    Christie's Old Master Paintings Realizes $264 Million
    Date: 15 Dec 2006 | Views: 6603
    Christie’s International Old Master Department announces an annual sales total of Ј146 million / $264.3 million /€213.2 million in 2006. This builds on the success of 2005 and reaffirms Christie’s position as market leaders in both the Old Master Picture and Old Master Drawing categories, increasing market share against the nearest competitors to 54.5% for the Old Master Category as a whole. More...

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