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    Russian Art Week Sales Expected to Reach $81 Million for Auction Houses in London
    Date: 29 Nov 2009 | Views: 2513
    Auction houses are banking on a recovery at next week's series of big Russian art sales in London, at which they expect to show that the market dominated by new money is through the worst of the recession. More...
    Sotheby's to Sell the Pierre Leroy Collection of Modern & Contemporary Art
    Date: 27 Nov 2009 | Views: 2689
    Sotheby’s will offer Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary works from the collection of Pierre Leroy, Co-Managing Partner of Groupe Lagardère. More...
    Google to digitise artefacts at Iraq National Museum
    Date: 27 Nov 2009 | Views: 3025
    The internet search giant, Google, says 14,000 images of the precious artefacts kept in Iraq's National Museum will be available online from early next year. More...
    Joaquín Sorolla's "Barcas en la Playa" Doubles Low Estimate at Sotheby's Sale
    Date: 26 Nov 2009 | Views: 3187
    Sotheby’s sale of 19th-Century European Paintings in London today realised £7,168,400 / ˆ7,937,589 – surpassing the pre-sale high estimate of £6,748,600/ ˆ7,472,744, and obtaining sell through rates of 70.2% by lot and 88.4% by value. More...
    Vatican tries to woo back the art world
    Date: 26 Nov 2009 | Views: 2434
    Pope Benedict has invited international artists, sculptors, architects, musicians, film directors and even a solitary Italian prima ballerina to meet him under the soaring vaulted ceiling of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel in the Vatican on Saturday to begin a new dialogue between the Catholic Church and the arts. More...
    Great Works: Still Life with Peaches (c AD50) Anon
    Date: 21 Nov 2009 | Views: 6310
    Classical art is often given a classic status. The works of the ancient Greeks and Romans have been taken up by many later artists as supreme examples. At least that's true of their statues and buildings. But when it comes to paintings, there's a problem. Very little remains, and what remains is puzzling. More...
    Police: Ex-Winterthur Staffer Stole Lavishly Via Credit Card
    Date: 20 Nov 2009 | Views: 2722
    A former Winterthur Museum employee voluntarily turned himself into Delaware State Police today after a theft investigation revealed he had spent more than $100,000 of the museum's money. More...
    Stylized Nudes Expected to Top Latin American Art Sales at Christie's and Sotheby's
    Date: 20 Nov 2009 | Views: 2520
    A bronze of a voluptuous nude holding a cigarette and a volcanic landscape strewn with lifeless limbs top this week's Latin American art auctions. More...
    Damien Hirst: 'Anyone can be Rembrandt'
    Date: 19 Nov 2009 | Views: 2693
    Since he made his name in the early 90s, Damien Hirst has been less an artist than head of a multinational. In the process, he's earned an absolute fortune, if not critical respect. But why should he care? More...
    Contemporary artists must do better
    Date: 5 Nov 2009 | Views: 2661
    London has never teemed with as many celebrated artists as it does now – but how many will we remember? More...
    Hirst Collector Victor Pinchuk Plans New Arts Center for Kiev
    Date: 4 Nov 2009 | Views: 2348
    Victor Pinchuk, one of Ukraine’s richest men, will build a contemporary-art center in downtown Kiev, with the hope of making the country’s capital a major destination on the global art map. More...
    On the Block: Traditional Offerings, Bargain Prices
    Date: 2 Nov 2009 | Views: 2292
    The images splashed across the pages of this fall’s auction catalogs are as familiar as they are telling: Degas dancers and Pissarro landscapes; Picasso portraits and Warhol dollar bills. More...
    Is This a Michelangelo?
    Date: 2 Nov 2009 | Views: 2680
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Young Archer is a marble Renaissance youth with an amazing backstory: Thirteen years ago, it was declared by NYU’s Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt to be an early work of Michelangelo himself. More...
    On the Block: Traditional Offerings, Bargain Prices
    Date: 2 Nov 2009 | Views: 2450
    The images splashed across the pages of this fall’s auction catalogs are as familiar as they are telling: Degas dancers and Pissarro landscapes; Picasso portraits and Warhol dollar bills. More...
    Sotheby's to Sell Furniture, Works of Art and Sculpture in Paris
    Date: 1 Nov 2009 | Views: 2087
    The sale of furniture, works of art and sculpture to be staged at Sotheby’s Paris on November 10 reflects the diversity and richness of the decorative arts in 18th century France. More...

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