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    Two Little Leonardo Da Vinci Sculptures May Be Hiding In Plain Sight
    Date: 29 Apr 2009 | Views: 3769
    A fascinating piece of detective work accompanies the High Museum show “Leonardo da Vinci: Hand of the Genius,” opening in October. More...
    Sotheby's To Offer Rare Items as Part of its Travel, Atlases, Maps and Natural History Sale
    Date: 29 Apr 2009 | Views: 2760
    Sotheby's London will offer in its forthcoming Travel, Atlases, Maps and Natural History sale, to be held in London on Thursday 7th May 2009, a magnificent pair of 17th century terrestrial and celestial globes by the eminent globe-maker Vicenzo Coronelli... More...
    Sotheby's Holds Charity Auction in Milan To Benefit The People of Abruzzo
    Date: 25 Apr 2009 | Views: 2586
    Following the recent earthquake in Abruzzo, Italy, Sotheby’s Milan, Italy in association with the Municipality of Milan, Mondadori Publishing House and Casaviva magazine will hold a charity auction on Tuesday, April 28, 2009... More...
    Billionaires Disappear From Russian Art Auction at Sotheby’s
    Date: 25 Apr 2009 | Views: 2902
    An ornate silver and enamel punch bowl and ladle produced in Moscow by jeweler Feodor Ruckert around 1910 sold for $482,500 yesterday, more than double its estimate at Sotheby’s in New York. More...
    Adolf Hitler's Watercolors Sell For Over 100,000 Euros at Mullock's
    Date: 25 Apr 2009 | Views: 2847
    LONDON.- Mullock's Art Auctioneers sold a series of watercolors painted by Adolf Hitler for over 100,000 euros. The works were mostly landscapes and were found earlier this year in a garage. More...
    Yes, It’s Beautiful, the Italians All Say, but Is It a Michelangelo?
    Date: 24 Apr 2009 | Views: 2913
    Is it or isn’t it a Michelangelo? That is the question being pondered by art experts after the Italian state spent 3.3 million euros, or $4.2 million, last year to buy a small wooden crucifix attributed to that Renaissance genius. More...
    Philly's Cézanne Show: For Rich People Only?
    Date: 24 Apr 2009 | Views: 3087
    The museum's disgracefully high admission fee has closed the door. More...
    Berlin Wall given a facelift as freedom painters return
    Date: 22 Apr 2009 | Views: 2718
    The concrete has been scrubbed, the graffiti removed, the metal de-rusted and now Thierry Noir, the first artist to paint on the Berlin Wall, is set to start all over again. More...
    Rare and Spectacular Master Works Highlight Christie's Post-War & Contemporary Art Sale
    Date: 21 Apr 2009 | Views: 4197
    Christie's Post-War & Contemporary Art Evening Sale on May 13 will offer fresh to market works from some of the most prominent artists of Post-War and Contemporary Art. The 54 lot sale is expected to achieve $71-104 million. More...
    Antique Art Market Suffering From Lack Of Supply
    Date: 21 Apr 2009 | Views: 4479
    In the art market as in war, the worst danger is often unexpected. Professionals dreaded the decline of demand in the current recessionary gloom and it did not happen. More...
    Fine Art, Antiques & Decorations Auction, Saturday May 2, 2009 at Gray's Auctioneers
    Date: 18 Apr 2009 | Views: 3171
    Gray’s Auctioneers announced its 20th Fine Art, Antiques and Decorations auction to be held Saturday May 2nd at 1pm. Gray’s Auctioneers Llc has quickly established itself as the region’s premier auction house and... More...
    Saint Louis Art Museum offers more buyouts
    Date: 16 Apr 2009 | Views: 3110
    The Saint Louis Art Museum has offered a second round of early retirement offers and implemented other cost-cutting measures in an effort to save $1.5 million. More...
    Christie's Rich Array of Irish and Spoting Art in May 2009
    Date: 16 Apr 2009 | Views: 2916
    A rich array of Irish and Sporting Art will be offered at Christie’s London on Friday, 8 May 2009, during a week of three Irish themed sales which celebrate the beauty and rich heritage of Irish art and antiques. More...
    Rediscovered Cuban Masterpiece By Mario Carreno Leads Christie's Latin American Art Sale In May
    Date: 16 Apr 2009 | Views: 3602
    Christie’s announced a rediscovered painting by Mario Carreńo, entitled Fuego en el batey (Fire in the farm) from 1943, will lead the Latin American Sale on May 28. More...
    Artist's lawyer says 7 vandalism charges dismissed
    Date: 14 Apr 2009 | Views: 2588
    Citing a lack of evidence, a Boston Municipal Court clerk-magistrate yesterday rejected some of the vandalism charges Boston police are trying to bring against celebrated graffiti artist Frank Shepard Fairey, Fairey's lawyer said. More...

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