The BAT Artventure Collection Part Two Realises $ 4,198,489 at Sotheby's in Amsterdam
Date: 21 Apr 2011 | Views: 2085
The sale of the world-renowned BAT ArtVenture Collection, formerly known as The Peter Stuyvesant Collection, Part Two, realised a total of ˆ2,941,725 / £2,582,732/ $4,198,489, a figure well above the pre-sale expectations of ˆ1 million. More...
Major Work by Constantinos Volanakis to Highlight Sotheby's Greek Sale in May
Date: 20 Apr 2011 | Views: 2250
Sotheby’s Greek Sale, on Monday, 9 May, 2011, will draw together an exceptional array of Greek art, with important examples of 19th and 20th-century masters such as Constantinos Volanakis, Konstantinos Maleas, and Nicos Hadjikiriakos-Ghika. The sale of 132 lots is estimated to fetch in excess of £4 million. More...
City’s Art Is a Victim of Neglect, Damage and Loss
Date: 18 Apr 2011 | Views: 1981
San Francisco has a trove of public art that should be the toast of the town. Valued at around $90 million and including more than 4,000 items, including statues, paintings and Edvard Munch lithographs, the Civic Art Collection is one of the richest repositories of city-owned art in the country. More...
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