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Art and Culture
Art and Culture
Up for Sale
The "mouton" of Lalanne and the Rothschilds
A beautiful offering for the gods of Olympus
Memories of the Pausa Villa
Art Deco icon
Zamoyski, the metaphysics of form
A gift from a friend and artist
Émile Friant painted many portraits of his friends in the Nancy School. In 1885, when still a young artist, he elegantly brushed the features of Charles…
A Pole in Brittany
Wladyslaw Slewinski was an eminently modern artist, inspired by the Impressionist and avant-garde masters while never betraying his own personality.…
Aim for the stars!
Part of a private French collection, two star sapphires "of rare and remarkable quality", according to the Laboratoire Français de Gemmologie, are…
Upwards and onwards
From the Earth to the Moon... The title of a sale in Cannes entirely devoted to man's conquest of space.
A rare stop-off in Paris by the Austrian Franz Christoph Janneck met with resounding success
Château des Boulayes: a remarkable building and contents
Travels broaden the young mind
Dora Maar, the hidden woman
Denis, Permeke, Alechinsky: the spiritual in art
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16 September 2019 - 06:10
Banksy painting of MPs as chimpanzees in Parliament to be auctioned
16 September 2019 - 04:45
Galerie Templon assumes representation of Billie Zangewa
16 September 2019 - 11:18
Maurizio Cattelan’s 18-carat gold toilet stolen from Blenheim Palace
16 September 2019 - 10:17
French painter Sam Szafran dies at 84
Not to be missed
A legendary fight
This composition, certainly George Bellows' most famous, immortalises…
Maillol soaks up the sun
The princely collection of Amaury Taittinger
Three princes of France with tragic destinies, a collection stamped with memories and results reflecting the historical significance of pieces, particularly…
Paul Jouve's bestiary: a wild success
Coming from every corner of the planet, some fine specimens of wildlife turned up at this sale devoted to Paul Jouve.
A hot summer for Picabia
Picabia played with the effects of sunlight, revisited modernity and showed evidence of his freedom as a painter with two dissimilar works.
Reduction no. 1 of Pompon's polar bear in Lens limestone, this 1925 model is a rarity.
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