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The Vollard Suite… a case study [06/11/2020]

Although Pablo Picasso taught himself the engraving techniques that he mastered, he actually produced more than 2,500 engravings of various kinds. In the 1930s he produced what has come to be known as the Vollard Suite, a series of 100 prints whose themes and styles provide an unparalleled insight into the life of the Spanish […]

5 views of Tefaf [13/03/2020]

The gallery owners below were interviewed on March 10, 2020. The next day, Tefaf Maastricht announced the premature closure of the fair, five days before the scheduled date.  » In close consultation with the city of Maastricht, the health authorities, and MECC Maastricht, TEFAF has decided to shorten the fair and to close by the […]

Flash News: Odilon Redon – Jacques Truphémus & Jérémy Liron – Berthe Morisot [27/07/2018]

Odilon Redon, a ‘total’ artist Since the beginning of the 2010s, public interest in Odilon REDON’s work has received increasing confirmation, both on the walls of major museums (a major retrospective at the Grand Palais in Paris in 2011: Odilon Redon. Prince du Rêve ) and on the secondary market. In October 2013, a lot […]

The secret laws of Odilon Redon [29/04/2014]

Inspiration to the Nabis, symbolist, forerunner to Surrealism, Odilon REDON (born 1840 in Bordeaux, died 1916 in Paris) explored the subconscious, transforming nature into dreamlike signs, creating pious images reflecting a poetical form of syncretism.

Flash News: The Armory Show – China – Odilon Redon – Jeff Koons [10/03/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Armory Show – Chine – Odilon Redon – Jeff Koons

Global Top Ten antique prints [20/12/2013]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the Top Ten antique prints.

The speculative bubble in the art market reaches its peak in November 2007 [21/01/2008]

The art market recorded a 7th consecutive year of price rises in 2007. The annual increase at global level amounted to +18%. It was accompanied by Fine Art proceeds of USD 9.2 billion, an increase of 43.8% over the year, swelled by the proliferation of million-ticket sales, auction hammers having come down on 1,254 sales of over USD 1 million in 2007, compared with 810 in 2006. 2006 had already recorded an unprecedented number of transactions and 2007 was an exceptional vintage.

Symbolism – Giving shape to ideas [28/02/2006]

With so few major works coming up for sale, prints constitute the majority of sales in this segment.

The leading lights of symbolism are Edward Coley BURNE-JONES (English), Pierre PUVIS DE CHAVANNES, Gustave MOREAU, Félicien ROPS and Odilon REDON (all French), Arnold BÖCKLIN (Swiss), James ENSOR (Belgian) and Edvard MUNCH (Norwegian).

Sotheby’s sets historic record at auction [10/05/2004]

Sotheby’s has just made art market history. As we have been predicting since January (see AMI, 26 January 2004), we now have a new all-time record price for an artwork at auction: USD 93 million thanks to Pablo Picasso. Once taxes and commission are included, this was also the first time a painting has broken USD 100 million.

Symbolism: strongly-contrasting price fluctuations in a multi-faceted movement. [09/10/2003]

Around 1890, in a reaction against impressionism and the creeping materialism of the industrial revolution, a new pictorial language began to emerge across Europe, symbolism. Not content with reproducing the real world, the symbolists broke away from narrative and landscape art and its canons, and sought to connect with their viewers’ sensitivity through shapes and colours. Prices for their work have risen steadily in the past 10 years (+116% between 1992 and June 2003), but the diverse personalities and nationalities making up the symbolism movement is reflected in a wide variation in prices.

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