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    The Rothschild Fabergé Egg Sells for $18.5M
    Date: 30 Nov 2007 | Views: 5114
    The Rothschild Fabergé Egg sold at Christie’s for £8,980,500 / $18,499,830 / €12,509,837, a world record price for a Russian object (not including paintings) at auction, for a work of art by Fabergé More...
    More than just a pop sensation
    Date: 30 Nov 2007 | Views: 7461
    SOME time after the death of pop artist Andy Warhol, undoubtedly the most important and influential artist of his generation, a fact emerged with the force of revelation: throughout his life he had been religious... More...
    Christie's Auction of Sporting and Wildlife Art
    Date: 30 Nov 2007 | Views: 6202
    Christie’s auction of Sporting and Wildlife Art realized $6,254,963/£3,036,390/ˆ4,255,077. The top lot was Fire Storm by Bob Kuhn from the Doug and Ellen Miller Collection which sold for 657,000/£318,932/ˆ446,939 setting a world auction record for the artist. More...
    Sotheby's Sale of American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture Achieves a Total of $65,198,200
    Date: 30 Nov 2007 | Views: 3264
    Sotheby’s sale of American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture achieved a total of $65,198,200 (est. $44,990,000/67,820,000). More...
    Scientist Presents Case Against Possible Pollocks
    Date: 29 Nov 2007 | Views: 3329
    A forensic scientist said yesterday that a large group of paintings discovered several years ago and thought by some to be by Jackson Pollock included many containing paints and materials that were not available until after the artist’s death in 1956. More...
    Coronation chair and medieval panels damaged by heating in Westminster Abbey
    Date: 25 Nov 2007 | Views: 4530
    Environmental conditions inside Westminster Abbey are now causing “serious concern”, according to one of its own conservators, Marie Louise Sauerberg. More...
    Christie's $108.3 Million Hong Kong Sale Quadruples Estimate
    Date: 25 Nov 2007 | Views: 3661
    Christie's International quadrupled its top sale target at a Hong Kong auction today and set a record for Chinese contemporary art. More...
    Researchers find art gems in British collections
    Date: 24 Nov 2007 | Views: 3719
    An unknown and much abused 17th-century painting that shows the earliest known view of the front of the Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens's house in Antwerp is just one of the art gems discovered in new research unveiled on Wednesday. More...
    Painting goes from trash to $1 million treasure
    Date: 21 Nov 2007 | Views: 5219
    An oil painting by Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo that was plucked from a sidewalk trash heap several years ago sold for more than $1 million on Tuesday at Sotheby's auction of Latin American art. More...
    Sotheby's To Hold Inaugural Evening Sale of Russian Art
    Date: 21 Nov 2007 | Views: 4621
    2007 has been an exceptional and landmark year in Sotheby’s history both for its Russian department and its Russian business. More...
    Sotheby's Sporting Sale: Equestrian, Wildlife, and Maritime Art
    Date: 20 Nov 2007 | Views: 6269
    On November 29, 2007 Sotheby’s New York will offer for sale important paintings and sculpture of equestrian, wildlife, prize livestock, hunting, racing and maritime subjects. Several great works by Sir Alfred J... More...
    Swedish museum says its Andy Warhol Brillo boxes are fakes
    Date: 20 Nov 2007 | Views: 5670
    Six Brillo boxes in the Andy Warhol collection at a Swedish museum are fakes made in 1990, three years after the famed pop artist died, the museum said Friday. More...
    Coin Collectors Sue State Department Over Import Rules
    Date: 19 Nov 2007 | Views: 3733
    Three organizations representing coin collectors and dealers have filed a lawsuit against the State Department demanding greater disclosure of how the government makes decisions on the import of ancient artifacts from abroad. More...
    Can Museums Be Corrupted By Commecial Galleries?
    Date: 19 Nov 2007 | Views: 185082
    TAKASHI MURAKAMI’S “Oval Buddha,” a shiny new 19-foot-tall platinum and aluminum sculpture that looms large over his current retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art here, was originally supposed to be sent from Japan by boat. More...
    19th Century European Paintings at Sotheby's London
    Date: 19 Nov 2007 | Views: 5107
    The morning’s Greek Sale achieved an outstanding total of £8,163,725/€11,584,360 (pre-sale estimate was £4,135,000-6,078,000) which represents the highest total ever achieved at any auction house for a sale in this category. More...

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