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Top 10 of the most expensive artworks in 2019 [20/12/2019]

Artprice regularly reviews the top 10 ranking of artworks that have fetched the highest prices on the global art auction market… works that have excited and moved global buyers more than any others. As the year-end is an appropriate moment for tallies and totals, here is an update of the most spectacular Fine Art auction […]

Flash News: The “last” Botticelli – Jérémy Gobé & Andrea Mastrovito at the Bullukian Foundation – Degas at the Opera [27/09/2019]

The “last” Botticelli A painting by Sandro BOTTICELLI (1445-1510) belonging to the Guardans-Cambó family of Barcelona and declared “an asset of cultural interest” in 1988 will leave Spain to be sold by the Trinity Fine Art Gallery during the Frieze Masters (4-6 October). According to the London gallery responsible for its sale, the portrait was […]

Flash News: El Greco – Pandolfini masterpieces – Da Vinci at the Louvre [13/09/2019]

A major El Greco exhibition Grand Palais, Paris: 16 October 2019 – 10 February 2020 Spectacular, colorful and sensual, the paintings of El Greco (Domenikos EL GRECO, 1541-1614) represent – according to Charlotte Chastel-Rousseau, curator of Spanish and Portuguese painting at the Louvre Museum – the “final bloom” of the Renaissance. And yet, neither the […]

New York sales: key figures [19/11/2018]

After the records hammered at New York’s prestige Impressionist and Modern Art sales (including records for René Magritte, Oskar Kokoschka, Jean Arp and Tamara de Lempicka), the city’s prestige Contemporary Art sales have just generated even stronger results, with two works close to the 100 million threshold at Christie’s. Christie’s announces a turnover total of […]

Top 10 auction sales by city [12/01/2018]

It’s Top 10 Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week we look at the results of 10 cities involved in the art auction market. Observing in detail the best sales of each city speaks volumes regarding the current dynamics of the art market… The gap between the most attractive cities […]

Maurice de Vlaminck: 60 years on… [02/01/2018]

Will 2018 be as dynamic as 2017? Only time will tell… In the meantime, here is the last in our mini-series covering 2017’s highlights. The last two months of 2017 generated some major auction results, including some of the most impressive world records the art market has ever seen. Artprice’s twentieth birthday Artprice celebrated its […]

The 2017 Top 10 [22/12/2017]

It’s Top 10 Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. For the last Top 10 of 2017 we look back at the highest sales in the world this year. More than 1 billion dollars The last Top 10 of the year is also the most impressive ever in the auction world, thanks […]

Flash News ! The last Da Vinci – Art Düsseldorf – An American in Paris – Street Art in Berlin [03/11/2017]

The last Da Vinci The last known work by LEONARDO DA VINCI still in private hands is due to come under the hammer at Christie’s. The Saviour of the World (Salvatore Mundi), the masculine equivalent of the Mona Lisa, is, to quote Christie’s former art specialist Alan Wintermute, the “Holy Grail of Old Master Art.” […]

Art market news in brief… [24/02/2012]

Starting today, Artprice will be publishing a fortnightly overview of art market news in just a few words and figures.

Antoni Tàpies – Poet of materials [21/02/2012]

Considered one of the last great artists of his generation, Antoni Tàpies died aged 88 on 6 February 2012.

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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