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    Sotheby's London to Offer The Shield of Achilles
    Date: 15 Dec 2007 | Views: 3179
    Sotheby’s London announced that on Tuesday, December 18, 2007 it will offer for sale the King of Hanover’s Shield of Achilles, a rare and iconic piece of English Regency silver. More...
    Paris Week - A Major Series of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art Sales
    Date: 15 Dec 2007 | Views: 2126
    Paris Week, the inagural series of events organised this week by Sotheby’s France, has concluded tonight on a high note, with the results of today’s sale of Impressionist, Modern & Surrealist Art bringing the total for the week to ˆ37,165,325 ($54,477,158)... More...
    Francis Bacon's Seated Woman Sold for $20 Million, Highest Price for Work of Art in France
    Date: 15 Dec 2007 | Views: 23862
    December 12th, 2007 – Sotheby’s inaugural Evening Sale of Contemporary Art tonight achieved a phenomenal total of ˆ23,140,600 ($33,869,276; £16,569,285), the highest total for a sale of Contemporary Art staged by Sotheby’s in Continental Europe... More...
    First Ever European Auction of Modern and Contemporary Australian Art at Christie's London
    Date: 14 Dec 2007 | Views: 2369
    The first ever European auction of Modern and Contemporary Australian Art with works by New Zealand and South African artists was held on 12 December 2007 at Christie's in London and totalled £3,334,125 / AUD$7,721,834 with 85% sold by value. More...
    Bonhams & Butterfields Sets Ten Auction Records at California and American Paintings
    Date: 13 Dec 2007 | Views: 3114
    Competitive bidding at Bonhams & Butterfields on Monday night pushed the price for a 1914 oil on canvas painted by E. Charlton Fortune to a record high for the artist. More...
    Interiors: A New Global Feature at Christie's
    Date: 8 Dec 2007 | Views: 2614
    NEW YORK, LONDON, PARIS - A new global offering is announced today at Christie’s, the world’s leading art business. More...
    Best Modern & Contemporary Art Auction at Sotheby's Amsterdam
    Date: 6 Dec 2007 | Views: 2724
    AMSTERDAM - An impressive crowd witnessed the December sale of Modern & Contemporary Art. More...
    Sotheby's Sells JMW Turner's Watercolour, Bamborough Castle For GBP 2.9 Million
    Date: 6 Dec 2007 | Views: 11259
    Sotheby’s Evening sale of Old Master Paintings tonight shattered all expectations, doubling its low estimate of £16.1 million and realising a total £32,802,400 ($67,399,091). More...
    Wallinger Is Worthy Turner Winner, Not for Bear: Martin Gayford
    Date: 5 Dec 2007 | Views: 2344
    There was little doubt in the immediate media coverage last night as to why Mark Wallinger had won the 2007 Turner Prize for art. He got it, everybody is agreed, for "State Britain," a perfect facsimile of an anti-war protest that was exhibited at Tate Britain earlier this year. More...
    Sotheby's Sporting Sale Totals $7,216,027
    Date: 5 Dec 2007 | Views: 2595
    Sotheby's Sporting Sale: Equestrian, Wildlife & Maritime Art totaled $7,216,027. The top three lots were all by Sir Alfred J. Munnings, and two of the top ten works were by Montague Dawson. More...
    Building plans give U2 hometown blues
    Date: 4 Dec 2007 | Views: 2497
    Abroad, the biggest rock band on the planet are lauded as the champions of the poor and the conscience of rich nations normally indifferent to global poverty. More...
    Christie's Italy Ended a Successful Week of Sales
    Date: 4 Dec 2007 | Views: 2793
    Christie's Italy ended a successful week of sales with market leadership across all categories and celebrated a full one-year auction season anniversary in its new Milan premises. More...
    Why vandalize art?
    Date: 3 Dec 2007 | Views: 18097
    Are acts craziness or simply personal statements? More...
    Digital Anywhere - The World's Great Art
    Date: 2 Dec 2007 | Views: 2695
    Don’t worry. I won’t get the “Water Lilies.” Although, to be honest, I’d consider it, if the image weren’t still so scented with memories of Muzak and fluoride treatments. It’s not a painting’s fault when dentists like it. More...

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