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    Christie's Swiss Art: Masterpieces of Swiss Art from 1800 to 2010
    Date: 20 May 2010 | Views: 1686
    Christie’s 2010 Swiss Art sale presents 226 lots of exquisite Swiss art dating from the early 19th century up until the present day, ranging from classics including Ferdinand Hodler, Giovanni Giacometti and Félix Vallotton to young contemporaries such as Pippilotti Rist, Christoph Büchel and Loredana Sperini. More...
    Park West Gallery Proved by Lawsuit Loss to Be Selling Fake Dalí Prints
    Date: 15 May 2010 | Views: 6040
    The recent loss of Park West Gallery’s defamation case against Fine Art Registry and three individuals shows that the jury in Federal Court in Eastern Michigan had no doubt that the evidence they were shown proved that Park West Gallery has been selling and continues to sell inauthentic art... More...
    Sotheby's to Sell Rediscovered Antiquity from The Collection of Lorenzo de' Medici
    Date: 14 May 2010 | Views: 1684
    On 11 June 2010 Sotheby’s New York will offer for sale a rediscovered antiquity from the collection of one of the greatest arts patrons of all time – Lorenzo de’ Medici. More...
    Important Works by Russian Masters and Fabergé to Be Offered at Christie's
    Date: 13 May 2010 | Views: 1908
    LONDON.- Christie’s mid-season Russian Art sale on 8 June will offer a strong section of more than 60 lots of Fabergé, including a private collection of 45 lots from a European Royal Family. More...
    Fraud-Charged Salander Art to Sell at Auction Ahead of Sentence
    Date: 13 May 2010 | Views: 1728
    Christie’s International plans to sell Renaissance and 19th-century European sculpture and paintings recovered from what prosecutors called one of the biggest art frauds in New York State history. More...
    Andy Warhol's Self Portrait from 1986 Sells for a Record $32.6 Million
    Date: 13 May 2010 | Views: 1679
    Sotheby's Evening Sale of Contemporary Art is currently underway in New York and a number of exceptional prices have already been achieved... More...
    Flag Flies at Christie's Sale - Record for Jasper Johns Whose Flag Sells for $28.6 Million
    Date: 12 May 2010 | Views: 1529
    NEW YORK, NY.- The quality, scope and innovative vision of the late author Michael Crichton’s collection of contemporary art compelled buyers at Christie’s on May 11. More...
    'Fake' Raphael turns out to be worth £25m
    Date: 10 May 2010 | Views: 1824
    A portrait of a young woman, which had been dismissed as a fake Raphael and lay forgotten in the basement of an Italian palace for 40 years, has been confirmed as genuine by art experts and could be worth up to £25 million. More...
    Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art Sales Series Totals $360 Million
    Date: 8 May 2010 | Views: 1476
    The May sales series of Impressionist and Modern Art at Christie’s New York totaled $360,029,725/ £238,430,281/ ˆ279,092,810, concluding two remarkable days of sales that yielded a new world record for the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction. More...
    Sotheby's May 2010 Evening Sale of Impressionist and Modern Art Brings $195 Million
    Date: 7 May 2010 | Views: 1556
    Tonight at Sotheby’s, the spring Evening Sale of Impressionist and Modern Art brought a total of $195,697,000, nearly reaching the high end of the presale estimate (est. $141/204 million). More...
    Christie's sued for selling £100m 'Da Vinci' for £11,400
    Date: 7 May 2010 | Views: 1632
    Former owner claims auction house was negligent selling drawing as 19th century German work, and for 0.01% of its potential value More...
    Picasso Nude Sells for Record $106.5 Million at Christie’s N.Y.
    Date: 7 May 2010 | Views: 1718
    Pablo Picasso’s sinuous 1932 lilac-hued painting of his mistress, “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust,” fetched $106.5 million tonight at Christie’s International in New York, the highest amount ever paid for an artwork at auction. More...
    Art royalties plan gets the brush-off
    Date: 6 May 2010 | Views: 1652
    The resale royalty scheme for Australian artists has been labelled a "bureaucratic nightmare" for galleries and auction houses that will do nothing to help artists and their families. More...
    Self-portrait fingered by Leonardo da Vinci
    Date: 5 May 2010 | Views: 1750
    Three fingerprints have led experts to conclude that a tattered picture considered inferior by its owners is a self-portrait by Leonardo da Vinci. It could be worth almost $290 million. More...
    Why Now's A Great Time To Sell An Art Blockbuster
    Date: 5 May 2010 | Views: 1563
    In her new column, Lindsay Pollock examines how prices at auction can remain high despite the downturn More...

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