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Art and Culture
The panache of English drawings: a world record for Cosway
Pre-emption of a 12th century Christ
Ideal Vietnam by Nguyên Gia Trí
Battle between Old Master and Modern schools
Ernst: a suggestive subjectivity
Sculpture in the age of cathedrals
Treasures from the Pierre and Claude Vérité collection were sold in Alençon, including a majestic Romanesque Virgin by the Auvergne school.
Jacques Majorelle: Spring in the Atlas Mountains
This painting (making its first appearance at auction) by the chronicler of daily life in ancestral Morocco was the highlight of an eagerly-awaited…
Roses for Jeanne Baudot and a beautiful Italian girl
A young woman friendly with artists was given a delightful hat by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, while Matisse limned an ode to a beautiful odalisque.
A delectable Sweerts
As fate would have it, Michael Sweerts was once again wafted to the delicious heights of success with a discovery that bore fruit.
Mahakala triumphs at auction
His third eye watched over this statuette of Panjarnata Mahakala, cast in Tibet in the early 16th century.
Brafa, the art of mixing without hang-ups
A new Ribera on the market
An outpost in Versailles for the Osenat auction house
Becca Cason Thrash: the million-dollar lady
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21 January 2020 - 17:44
Five-year-long investigation deems Van Gogh psychosis self-portrait authentic
21 January 2020 - 16:30
Rijksmuseum receives longterm loan of Willem Drost painting
21 January 2020 - 09:00
Howard University receives gift of African American art worth $2.5 M
20 January 2020 - 17:48
Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery receives gift of 20 portraits from the Cummings
Not to be missed
The panache of English drawings: a world record for …
Six old drawings, including two English ones, from the collection…
From Romeda to Vosne-Romanée: a marathon in Cannes
Cannes Besch Auction celebrated its 30 th anniversary with three…
Chagall promotes harmony
Yielding to no one, the two goats of the fable moved towards success beneath a crescent moon.
The art of lacquer under Emperor Yongle: €2,060,800
One of the highlights of Drouot's Asian week, this box, by attaining €2,060,800, becomes the specialty and the season’s most expensive item at the…
The Indo-Mughal magic worked
The planets were perfectly aligned for this painting masterpiece, which justifiably broke the record for a Mughal artwork in France.
A perfect technical and aesthetic achievement
This 18th-century Italian mirror in a gilded bronze frame features the dazzling craftsmanship of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.
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