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    Which Artists Will Be Famous 105 Years From Now?
    Date: 31 Oct 2007 | Views: 3653
    Jeff Koons, whose collectors include billionaire Eli Broad, and Damien Hirst, whose shark is owned by hedge-fund manager Steven Cohen, failed to draw a vote from museum curators nominating artists who'll be famous in 105 years' time for U.S. magazine ARTnews. More...
    Sotheby's To Sell Sir Winston Churchill Work Given to U.S. President Harry S. Truman
    Date: 30 Oct 2007 | Views: 7725
    Sir Winston Spencer Churchill (1874-1965) was one of the great statesmen of the 20th Century but it is his paintings that have put him in the spotlight over the last year or so. More...
    Moore Allen Sells Rembrandt for Record Sum
    Date: 29 Oct 2007 | Views: 10273
    The subject of a 17th century oil painting wasn’t the only one smiling when the hammer fell at Moore Allen & Innocent’s Selected Picture Sale on Friday. More...
    £100m artworks left to galleries
    Date: 29 Oct 2007 | Views: 3473
    A collection of artworks, which is thought to be worth up to £100m, has been donated to the Tate and the National Gallery. More...
    Faces In Art - Iconic Portraiture Exhibition Opens Today at Christie's New York
    Date: 29 Oct 2007 | Views: 28178
    Christie’s New York will show Faces in Art ~ Iconic Portraiture, a select exhibition of paintings from the fall sales of Impressionist and Modern, Post-War and Contemporary and Latin American Art as well as Old Master Paintings that will run from October 29 through 31. More...
    $2.2m For A Fake Rembrandt?
    Date: 28 Oct 2007 | Views: 3857
    When taxis began to arrive from the railway station bearing a small flock of art dealers from London, the small country auction rooms suspected something was up. More...
    Head to head
    Date: 24 Oct 2007 | Views: 3458
    Writers of art history have long kept different cultures on separate shelves, but the modern world has shown how they relate to one another. Julian Bell on why he has gone global with his own story of art More...
    From Russia, with some concern
    Date: 24 Oct 2007 | Views: 3542
    Masterpieces lined up for Royal Academy exhibition - if authorities can be reassured they won't be seized More...
    Sotheby's To Auction Miraculously Recovered Stolen Masterpiece by Artist Rufino Tamayo
    Date: 24 Oct 2007 | Views: 5539
    On November 20, 2007, Sotheby’s will auction a miraculously recovered stolen masterpiece by legendary Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991). More...
    Velocity Contemporary Art Auction 2007
    Date: 23 Oct 2007 | Views: 4014
    Join the Claremont Museum of Art on Saturday, November 17, 2007, for an exciting evening of fun and art at its first annual art auction, VELOCITY 2007. More...
    Starry-Eyed Innkeeper Hopes to Bring van Gogh’s ‘Fields’ Home
    Date: 19 Oct 2007 | Views: 3462
    AUVERS-SUR-OISE, France, Oct. 14 — The painting by Vincent van Gogh nearest to this village, where he lies in a modest grave, probably hangs some 20 miles away at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. More...
    Erotic art traces history of sex
    Date: 19 Oct 2007 | Views: 7822
    It's an age-old question. When is art art and when is it simply pornography? A provocative exhibition at the Barbican in central London is helping fuel the debate. More...
    Transform Your Home into a Design Revolution at Christie's
    Date: 19 Oct 2007 | Views: 3525
    One of the most extensive collections of international 20th century design is to be offered at Christie’s South Kensington on 18 November 2007. More...
    Print Auction at Sotheby's New York
    Date: 18 Oct 2007 | Views: 3335
    On November 1st and 2nd, Sotheby’s will offer a selection of Old Master, Modern and Contemporary Prints. The 574 lots will be on exhibition on Sotheby’s 3rd floor galleries from October 28th through 31st and are estimated to sell for $10,228,000/14,261,500. More...
    Francis Bacon's Study from the Human Body Sells For $16.3 Million at Christie's London
    Date: 17 Oct 2007 | Views: 16306
    Christie’s Post War & Contemporary Art Evening Sale including Double Vision held on 14 October 2007 totalled £39,810,200 ($80,615,655 /ˆ56,769,345), the highest ever total for Christie’s October Post War & Contemporary Art sale in London... More...

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