Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art at Sotheby's
Date: 20 Sep 2007 | Views: 2307
Sotheby’s held its sale of Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, the first of the Asian sales in New York , which brought $7,657,218 and many outstanding prices for works of art, such as cloisonné and rhinoceros horns, and furniture. More...
Trails to Eagle, featuring Norman Rockwell Paintings
Date: 20 Sep 2007 | Views: 13114
Eight original paintings by renowned American illustrator Norman Rockwell will be on view in the North Building of the Denver Art Museum on Saturday, October 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit is part of a twelve-city tour across America during 2007. More...
Sotheby's New York To Offer The Guennol Lioness
Date: 19 Sep 2007 | Views: 5214
On December 5, 2007, Sotheby’s New York will have the privilege of offering for sale one of the last known masterworks from the dawn of civilization remaining in private hands – The Guennol Lioness. Exhibiting strength, and with an expression of focused determination... More...
State Street donates $10 million to MFA
Date: 19 Sep 2007 | Views: 2400
As its record-setting campaign heads to the finish line, the Museum of Fine Arts today announced a $10 million gift from State Street Corp., the largest single contribution from a corporation in the museum's history. More...
Important Maritime Art at Christie's
Date: 19 Sep 2007 | Views: 4537
Christie’s will commemorate 20 years of Maritime sales with the auction of Important Maritime Art which will take place on 31 October 2007 at King Street. More...
The Ultimate Jeff Koons: Blue Diamond at Christie's
Date: 17 Sep 2007 | Views: 12772
Dazzling, magnificent, gigantically grotesque and staggeringly beautiful, Jeff Koons’s Blue Diamond, 2005 will be the spectacular centerpiece of Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale on November 13 in New York. More...
Terracotta Army smashes ticket sales records
Date: 14 Sep 2007 | Views: 2675
Lydia Fenning, who had a morning off school on condition she would report back to her whole class, took careful note of the age at which Qin Shihuangdi began the rise to power which would see him become first emperor of China... More...
The Fine Foundation Gives $5 Million to Carnegie Museums Campaign
Date: 14 Sep 2007 | Views: 2606
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh announced at its Board of Trustees meeting last night that The Fine Foundation, led by Carnegie Museums Trustee Emeritus Milton Fine, will give a $5 million gift to the Building the Future campaign in support of the Carnegie Museum... More...
St. Louis Art Museum buys $10 million Degas
Date: 13 Sep 2007 | Views: 4423
The St. Louis Art Museum has paid about $10 million for "The Milliners," a circa 1898 oil painting by French artist Edgar Degas, making it one of the most expensive works of art in the collection. More...
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