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The Top Ten in Europe. Chapter 5: Spain [07/11/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week we reveal the Top Ten bids in Spain: evidence of a market that has slackened considerably.

Old masters – War of the titans [19/07/2011]

The Old Masters art market has two distinct levels: on the one hand there are hundreds of lesser-known artists whose works can often be acquired for 3-figure dollar prices,

Old Master’s sales : Raphaël vs Wu Bin [15/12/2009]

After two days of prestigious Old Master’s sales in London, Christie’s posted a substantially higher revenue total than its rival Sotheby’s with $99.4m (vs. $20.7m) and four new historic records, including one for Raphaël that outclassed the record set by the Chinese artist Wu Bin.

Old Masters [29/07/2007]

Old masters are the pride of the most prestigious museums and a few collectors who are loathe to part with their masterpieces. A shortage of works, and the tempting prestige of a famous signature, means some paintings, but also drawings, are fetching spectacular bids. However, art lovers can turn to signatures that are less famous with the general public or drawings and prints that are everywhere on the market.

Impressive price rise for an Old Master drawing [12/07/2005]

Christie’s London sold an unearthed drawing by the Florentine Renaissance artist, Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530), depicting the head of Saint Joseph, for GBP 5.8 million on 5 July.

The rise and rise of old master drawings [25/11/2002]

Summary:

New York starts the party but Europe gets the girlBeyond the signature, only high-quality drawings find a buyer Record sales in 2000 and 2001Prices soared in 1999 and 2000 Italian drawings yield more than the Northern school in 2002

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