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Chu Teh-Chun, born 100 years ago, reaches new auction high [20/11/2020]

“The inspiration I have followed finds its only source in nature… and its preferred mode of expression is lyricism.” Chu Teh-Chun The poet of pictorial abstraction Chu Teh-Chun would have been 100 years old this year and current tributes are – like his work – grandiose! To mark the occasion, a new documentary film retracing […]

Flash News: Cimabue discovery – Zao Wou Ki and Sanyu masterpieces – A major de Staël to be offered [04/10/2019]

Extraordinary Cimabue discovery… “Proud as the century in which he lived, he (Cimabue) perfectly depicted the faces of the people that populate his works, especially those of the elderly, portraying them in a strong and sublime manner that later artists were unable to capture”. (L. Lanzi, Storia pittorica della Italia). CIMABUE (c.1240/50-c.1302) on sale at […]

Paris posts good results at its Spring Sales [18/06/2019]

Over the last couple of weeks, Post-War and Contemporary art has generated very good auction results in Paris. The French ‘stars’ of the market like Nicolas de Stael, Pierre Soulages and the German-French artist Hans Hartung all performed well, while the Sino-French artists posted superb results having become increasingly attractive to international collectors. Christie’s owes […]

Christie’s Top 10 results in Q1 [03/05/2019]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings identifying the Art Market’s primary trends, this week’s Friday Top looks at Christie’s best results in the first quarter of 2019. The world’s most powerful art auctioneer (with a global turnover of nearly $5 billion from Fine Art in 2018) just keeps on generating extraordinary results. Two years […]

London / Paris [16/10/2018]

An astonishing start to the new auction season in London has brought the vibrant Contemporary Art market back into the limelight. During the first fifteen days of October, London was the centre of the art world, with top-level events including Frieze London, Frieze Masters and the high-quality and eclectic Design fair, PAD. The city also […]

Flash News: Nicolas De Stael – Etel Adnan – Philippe Pasqua [10/08/2018]

Nicolas de Staël – the art of the essential Between July 1953 and June 1954 Nicolas DE STAËL (1914-1955) spent eleven highly prolific months in Provence. Apart from falling in love with his host, Jeanne Mathieu, (and sending his wife and children back to Paris), it was a period of intense solitude and total immersion […]

The Austrian Top 10 [27/10/2017]

It’s Top 10 Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. Let’s focus this week on the Top 10 results obtained in Austria in 2017, which is ranked eighth in the world. Less in the spotlight than Paris, London, New York or Hong Kong, the Viennese marketplace is nevertheless among the most dynamic […]

The top 10 from Artcurial auction house [27/03/2015]

Fridays are the best! Every other Friday, Artprice offers you a themed auction ranking. This week, the leader of information on the Art Market discusses the most costly auctions of 2014 at the Artcurial auction house.

Flash News : Nicolas de Staël – Amedeo Modigliani – Boticelli [13/06/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Nicolas de Staël – Amedeo Modigliani – Boticelli

Flash News : Death of Chu Teh Chun – Bernard Buffet – Pieter Brueghel the Younger [04/04/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Death of Chu Teh Chun – Bernard Buffet – Pieter Brueghel the Younger

Five De Staël paintings in February… [04/02/2014]

Sotheby’s and Christie’s London sales of Post-War & Contemporary Art will be heeld on 12 and 13 February respectively. Among the big names, the catalogues contain four paintings by Nicolas DE STAËL, three of which are late works from his most popular (and most expensive) period 1953-1955.

Artcurial: records in Modern art [31/12/2013]

Leader in France for Comics and Old Masters, the French auction operator Artcurial has distinguished itself this year in the Modern art sector with three 7-figure results recorded respectively for Aristide Maillol, Nicolas de Staël and Gustave Caillebotte.

Paris Sales – December 3 to 5 – the key works… [25/11/2013]

Christie’s and Sotheby’s are opening their series of Contemporary, Impressionist and Modern art sales in Paris, between 3 and 5 December at which a total of 320 lots of the best signatures on the French and international art scene will be offered with prices ranging from 1,000 to 10 million euros.

The largest paintings (January 2011 – May 2012) [11/06/2012]

Friday is Top! Every alternate Friday Artprice also posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week we focus on the Top 10 largest paintings sold at auction between January 2011 and May 2012 (ranked by size).

Nudes between January 2011 and April 2012 [11/05/2012]

Another Friday Top in Artprice’s alternate Friday series of auction rankings. This week, the top 10 auction results for Nudes between January 2011 and May 2012.

The art market in France – 2011 overview [27/12/2011]

After posting an analysis of the Art Market Confidence Index’s performance in 2011 and before publishing an overview of the global art market in 2011, Artprice is pursuing its annual overview series with a round-up of the French auction market in 2011.

Flemish and English old masters, French abstract art: prices soar! [13/12/2011]

New records for Bruegel the Younger and de Stael, new million-euro result for Pierre Soulages… sales in London and Paris confirm inflation on the market’s safe-bet classics.

Nicolas De Staël [09/08/2010]

For the second time in fifteen years, the Swiss Pierre Gianadda Foundation has put on a major retrospective exhibition of the painter Nicolas de Staël (18 June – 21 November 2010).

Paris resists crisis [13/07/2009]

Although the global art is in the midst of a crisis, Paris appears to be showing remarkable resistance: the number of auction sales and the volume of lots proposed has remained stable compared with 2008. Moreover, for the first quarter of 2009, the French capital posted a better overall revenue figure than either London or New York on the back of the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint-Laurent sale at the Grand Palais in February.

The Second School of Paris – or informal art after WWII [11/10/2006]

Over the last ten years, the price index for the second School of Paris has risen 130%; but it has not yet overtaken the level it reached at the height of the art market bubble in 1990/1991.The term second School of Paris refers to abstract artists working in France between 1940 and 1965. Like the Nice School, the Paris School is not a school as such, but rather a label that allows the art world to lump together a mixed bag of French and foreign artists living in France including the Russian Serge POLIAKOFF, Hans HARTUNG from Germany, Gustave SINGIER from Belgium, JJean-Michel ATLAN from Algeria, and Maria Elena VIEIRA DA SILVA from Portugal, among others. According to a number of art critics, these artists had interests in common with other « informals » like Pierre SOULAGES, Jean FAUTRIER, Maurice ESTEVE, Gustave SINGIER, Roger Bissière and Jean Bertholle.

Art Market Alert III [08/10/2003]

Finding a niche in a declining market.

Collectors are being bombarded with offers aimed at reviving the current sluggish market. But the figures tell a different story. The buy-in ratio over the last six months has averaged 37% and auction houses are increasingly struggling to fill their catalogues. By 23 September, only 185 fine art sales had been announced for October 2003 compared to 263 a year earlier.

Nicolas de Staël [23/02/2003]

The prices for Nicolas de Stael’s works are now back to their 1997 level. Nevertheless potential increase for the artworks of this major French modern artist remains fairly interesting.

Recent trends ahead of the big November auctions of 2002 [23/10/2002]

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Major impressionist and modern art auctionsThey have never hit the million dollar markGrowing popularity of the expressionistsModern art takes centre stageAre impressionists still the stuff of dreams?

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