Art prices

Passive Fire Protection Market Value Expected to Reach US $ 5,263.7 Million by 2027: Smart Research and Advice

LOS ANGELES, April 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Global Passive Fire Protection Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 6.8% from 2020 to 2027 and reach a market value of over US $ 5,263.7 million by 2027. The Asia-Pacific market is expected to grow at the …

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Companies still make copies of 18th century American furniture

Sometimes a reproduction of an antique is worth almost as much as the original antique. Wallace Nutting (1861-1941) was a collector, expert, photographer, furniture maker, author, and an important part of the Colonial Revival in the U.S. He went to Harvard, got married, and began taking photos of the New …

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The cost of a single tulip bulb reached the same price as a mansion 400 years ago: are NFTs the “tulipmania” of the 21st century?

On top of tulipmania in 17th century Holland, specimens cost the same as a mansion Norton Simon Art Foundation It’s not often that the commercial churn from the art world produces a truly seismic moment. Many people thought the time was right on March 11 when digital artist Beeple’s non-fungible …

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NFT prices fall. What could this mean for the art world?

This article was originally published by The art journal, an editorial partner of CNN Style. Scam, pyramid scheme and tech speculation bubble – these have been the most cynical responses to the meteoric rise of the NFT (non-fungible token). So has the boom already bankrupt? Perhaps, according to recent figures …

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$ 34.5Mr Phillips London Sale Brings Tunji Adeniyi-Jones Record – ARTnews.com

Phillips’ live evening sale of twentieth century and contemporary art in London tonight brought in a total of £ 20.1million, or £ 24.8million with premium (34 , $ 2million), exceeding £ 16.7million – £ 23.5million. Of the 33 lots on offer (a few works, including the cover lot for Tamara …

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The story behind Edward Loper Sr.’s “Alapocas Run”

A 1999 painting hanging in the Bidens home is now on sale at the Stuart Kingston Galleries in Greenville, Deleware, in search of a new home. Two of Delaware’s most famous native sons are connected by a single board. In 2010, Edward Loper Sr.’s “Alapocas Run” was exhibited at Number …

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Area Entertainment Calendar April 16-22 | Arts and theater

Events Ms. Frizzle’s Wacky Weekend opens, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Omaha Children’s Museum. The Magic School Bus will travel to the Omaha Children’s Museum for this weekend of science and exploration. There will be special STEAM cart presentations, a chance to make your own slime at the slime bar, …

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