Up for Sale
Art and Culture
Art and Culture
Up for Sale
A wild night with Carlo Grubacs
Good heavens: a meteorite!
A thoroughly eclectic collection
The world according to Robert Combas
Jean-Claude Delauney Collections
With books, drawings, sundials, Normandy silverware and more, we are talking serious quantities, here: for this former President of the Bar seems to…
Dazzling Chinese porcelain
This vase decorated with robin’s egg enamel will enchant collectors of Chinese porcelain. It is all the more irresistible in that its two ruyi handles…
A bee in a china shop
Rarity and originality: two sizeable assets for this Sèvres soft paste porcelain in the form of a hive.
Art Deco lacquer
Exoticism is the order of the day with this lacquer panel by Gaston Suisse. The interior designer, one of the leading names in Art Deco, once again…
Make way for a masterpiece!
The reappearance of this portrait of a great early seventeenth-century statesman – Paul Phélypeaux, lord of Pontchartrain – is a major event.
A masterpiece by the Master of Spencer 6
Berthe Morisot: Rococo artist!
Aboard Le Royal Louis
Carmontelle, or the moving illusion
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17 February 2020 - 11:55
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Marian Goodman Gallery will represent the estate of Robert Smithson
14 February 2020 - 16:00
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac appoints Tom Hunt director in London
14 February 2020 - 14:00
Elisabeth Wild, creator of fantastical collages, dies at 98
Not to be missed
Choice pieces from an estate
Renoir, Pissarro and Boudin all feature large in this sale, which…
An Enlightenment fantasy
The 18 th -century spirit dear to French collector Gérard Hugon,…
A rare enchanted forest by Le Van De
On 14 June this year (Boisgirard-Antonini) a painting by Le Van De was knocked down for €122,360, auguring well for the screen here…
From the Roman Empire to Napoleon
With its fourteen aurei, this necklace was given by Napoléon I in person to his favorite sister, Pauline Borghese.
A Saturday evening with Romare Bearden
Two works on paper from the second half of the artist's life are heading for the auction room, and could yet again fire the bidding.
Trauner: a cinema icon under the hammer
Though the name of this unobtrusive man is still little-known, Alexandre Trauner was a key figure in the history of film and photography. Drouot is…
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