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18 articles tagged "Discovery"
The Triumph of Bernardino Luini
Confirmed as belonging to the Lombard painter's small body of work, this panel set a world record and encouraged visitors to discover other Old Masters.…
Eugène Printz: Still Unique
Hitherto unknown to specialists, a group of around 30 special commissions by Eugène Printz will soon be presented in Arles at an exceptional sale.…
A discovery & record for Lazzaro Bastiani
The Venetian artist’s Madonna was eagerly anticipated, due to its unprecedented nature and, quite simply, its beauty.
The First French Portrait of a Hunter?
Until now, Portrait de l’artiste en chasseur ( Portrait of the Artist as a Hunter ) by Alexandre-François Desportes was deemed the first painting of…
A Rare Landmark in Josef Hoffmann's Career
It is highly likely that this rare cabinet by Josef Hoffmann was presented at the Spring Exhibition of Austrian Decorative Arts of 1912. If so, it…
An Extraordinary 16th-century Germanic Altarpiece
Its rareness and quality make this devotional work exceptional. Never before seen on the market, its discovery is an event.
A Painting by Lee Ufan Makes its Debut at Auction
Over forty years after it was produced, a work typifying the Korean artist's formal explorations is appearing on the market for the first time.
Maria Van Oosterwyck's Rare and Intriguing Vanitas Paintings
Turquin's latest discovery is a red-letter event: there are very few of these ambitious compositions with extremely sophisticated messages by the 17…
A Caravaggesque Christ by Simon Vouet
Perhaps the more appealing of the two drawings from the Marquis of Lagoy's collection up for sale is not Rubens' project for a vignette for Franciscus…
Fragonard's New Philosopher
A painting by the great Jean-Honoré Fragonard was discovered by Mr. Petit, in Épernay, and the Cabinet Turquin. This Philosopher has not been seen…
Through the Eyes of Chilean Artist Laura Rodig Pizarro
Little-known in Europe, politically committed artist Laura Rodig Pizarro (1901-1972) focuses on the harsh life of women in her native country in this…
Giambono and Di Fredi: Two Boxed-Up Late Gothic Artists
No sign of any Cimabues hiding in any kitchens in 2021 —though the year is still young—but instead, two little Late Gothic works never yet seen at…
The Dark Eye of Odilon Redon: Dreamer of the Infinite
Four drawings by Odilon Redon, bought by Louis-Charles Libaude at the time, encapsulate a brilliant, unclassifiable artist, and are scheduled to take…
A François Boucher Unearthed
The prince of Rococo will be present at Rouillac's 33 rd Garden Party sale at the Château d'Artigny, in the Val-de-Loire, with a major discovery: La…
A Treasure of Gold Coins Found in Brittany
In 2019, a couple and three stonemasons found a trove of coins dating from the reigns of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. This wonderful discovery will soon…
Rediscovery of a Lost Painting by Alexej von Jawlensky, "The Praying Jew"
Alexej von Jawlensky’s search for the ideal face led him to Expressionism; but the Russian artist began his mystical journey with a moving, lost-and-found…
First Appearance at Auction of a "Saint Peter" by Jusepe de Ribera
A splendid find—a Ribera in fine condition, signed, dated and with a wax seal with Cardinal Flavio Chigi's arms—is now making its auction debut.
Eugène Gaillard, Samuel Bing and Émile Gérard: An Art Nouveau Trio for the 1900 Exhibition
The destiny of three men converged on this iconic piece of Art Nouveau furniture: a unique work for the 1900 Universal Exhibition. The story is one…
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