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22 articles taggés "bronze"
A world record for an Indian runner duck
Barbedienne and Édouard Lièvre: a perfect duo
Two amphibians make the headlines
The Kugels: a taste for the beautiful
Roaring in Bugatti's cage
A pas-de-deux with Degas and paradise with Giampietrino
The auction’s guest of honour was Edgar Degas and one of his iconic sculptures, while a work attributed to Giampietrino represented the Italian Renaissance.…
The call of nature, with Bugatti and Renaissance tapestry weavers
Two antelopes tamed by Rembrandt Bugatti’s hand frolic against a backdrop of a flowering late 16 th -century tapestry.
Mythological scene by Camille Claudel
This Persée et la Gorgone or Petit Persée , executed between 1903 and 1905 by Camille Claudel, emerged at a sale in Caen, whetting more than a few…
Two Bugattis are better than one!
French forest animals sculpted by Rembrandt Bugatti proudly lead the way in front of beasts from the savannah.
A levitating Dali Buddha
Buddha statues from the Kingdom of Dali are extremely rare and each apparition creates quite a stir. This great haloed Buddha sold for €2,560,000.…
Top-ranking guests at the Château d'Artigny
Two walking panthers by Rembrandt Bugatti on the alert at Rouillac's highly popular Garden Party pounced on €1,364,000, posting the auction house's…
Art Deco icon
François Pompon’s Ours Polaire ( Polar Bear ) broke the world record for a model in Lens stone.
A Zamoyski bronze proves its mettle
A bronze head by Zamoyski becomes an icon of Polish Formism with a world record.
From Romeda to Vosne-Romanée: a marathon in Cannes
Cannes Besch Auction celebrated its 30 th anniversary with three days of exceptional sales, clocking up some fine scores in several specialities including…
18th-century gold and a bronze by Vanderbilt Whitney
The 18 th century delighted in boxes, designed for different uses and made in the most exquisite materials, like this little item sold in Grenoble.…
Success for a devoted servant of the State
A splendid result! At over €3 million, it honoured the exemplary figure of the royal advisor Paul Phélypeaux: cause for rejoicing indeed.
Mahakala triumphs at auction
His third eye watched over this statuette of Panjarnata Mahakala, cast in Tibet in the early 16th century.
Pre-emption of a 12th century Christ
Probably produced in western France, the work now joins the Dobrée Museum in Nantes.
Victory for a Chinese Bell
The Middle Kingdom largely dominated an eclectic session.
A demure and elegant figure of the Renaissance
With this fine pre-emption, the Louvre adds a key piece to its Renaissance bronze department.
"D" as in Degas
An icon of modern art, presented in an authorised reduced-scale model, was poised to seduce bidders.
Picasso and Cocteau: glittering artists of the 20th century
In Mandelieu, on the Côte d'Azur, the blazing genius of the former spawned a powerful feminine sculpture, while the latter revisited Biblical stories…
'There’ll always be an England': Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace
The fantastic Jurassic Dinosaur
A snapshot choreographed by Edgar Degas
The fragile, exquisite glass collection of Barbara Wirth
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29 October 2020 - 18:00
Drouot: an online charity auction in support of African artists
29 October 2020 - 17:00
Culturespaces will open an Atelier des Lumières in New York in 2022
29 October 2020 - 16:00
University of Pittsburgh acquires August Wilson archives
29 October 2020 - 15:15
The Drouot Hotel temporarily closes its doors
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