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Art and Culture
A winged woman by Lalique; a bull after Giambologna
Not just one, but two Lemoynes!
Napoleon puts his best foot forward at Drouot
For King Scorpion
Summer and autumn: modern art seasons
Pierre de Belay's Breton holiday
The series of paintings, by the Quimper-born artist for the Ker-Moor Hotel in Bénodet, won't leave its native Brittany.
A charming character
A pastel of a charming milliner landed a world record for a work on paper by Émile Friant.
A vase with a decidedly protective shape
The surprise in this Asian art sale came from a blue and white porcelain vase shaped like a garlic clove.
The Kolchak archives, a well-turned page of Russian history
The documents come from the family of Admiral Alexander Kolchak, the head of the White forces.
Aristophil part five: Charlotte, Victor and Charles
Nineteenth-century literature was in the spotlight, dominated by a miniature manuscript by the great Charlotte Brontë.
Becca Cason Thrash: the million-dollar lady
The Renaissance, natural style
A new Ribera on the market
Brafa, the art of mixing without hang-ups
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23 January 2020 - 17:54
Art historian discovers Nazi-looted works in Louvre collection
23 January 2020 - 16:00
Second lawsuit filed against German art dealer and socialite Angela Gulbenkian
23 January 2020 - 14:00
Quintessentially Art Nouveau house Villa Majorelle to reopen following interior renovations
23 January 2020 - 11:28
International Center of Photography to reopen in new $60 M Manhattan location
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…
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.
The Thomas Vroom collection put in perspective
This group embodying the birth of modern architecture, no less, was greeted with honour beneath Drouot's dome.
Records for a delicate touch and angelic inspiration
This French record for a painting by Michael Sweerts adds to the corpus of an artist who can be relished in every sense of the word.
Bernard Buffet's melancholy rewarded
"Eclecticism" was the term applied to this sale in Nice. It featured a horse by Mata, a mantelpiece by Majorelle and above all a mournful clown by…
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