Gallery auctions

The Crescent City Auction Gallery’s Important September Estates Auction, September 11-12, features over 800 quality lots

Circa 1965 oil on canvas board by Louisiana folk artist Clementine Hunter (1886-1988), titled Uncle Tom in the Garden with Little Eva, signed lower right (estimate: $ 4,000 – $ 8,000). 19th century oil painting on panel after Domenico Tintoretto (1560-1635), titled La Madeleine Penitente, measuring 24 ½ inches high …

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Across the block

Tiffany tulip lamp Light up the auction WILLOUGHBY, OHIO – The group of the first American fixtures in the Milestone Auction on August 7 were from a collector and were led by a Tiffany Studios lead glass tulip lamp on a Tiffany Studios bronze bookcase base. It featured multi-colored tulips …

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Art Basel executive Noah Horowitz joins Sotheby’s as Gallery Whisperer, latest sign of industry category collapse

Ever since Noah Horowitz stepped down as director of Art Basel for the Americas last month, the art world has been wondering where the intrepid ruler will end up next. The guessing game is over. Horowitz left the art fair world and landed in an auction house. He will join …

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Here are the 15 most expensive works of art auctioned around the world in July 2021

It may be the summer heatwave, but the art market has never fully go on holidays. (Just ask the gallery assistant who is not authorized to respond automatically.) Despite a dearth of expensive lots, Old Masters sales in London and a handful of Chinese art auctions have made a listing …

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“Homeless” gallery after being ordered out of the downtown building

Broome County Arts Council is seeking new space for its downtown gallery after the installation had to leave a building in Binghamton that city officials deemed unsafe. The Craftsmen’s Gallery had been located on the first floor of the First National Bank building at 95 Court Street for two and …

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New art gallery in Valparaiso | Local News

Valparaiso Town Hall is displayed. Tony V. Martin, dossier, The Times VALPARAISO – A new art gallery opens on Lincolnway near downtown. It is led by Rocco Schiralli, now retired, who was President and CEO of Porter-Starke Services. He has donated his artistic services to various charities, including a large …

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8 Black Art Advisors Who Are Transforming The Art Market From The Interior

Alaina Simone worked in several galleries, including the GR N’Namdi Gallery, before becoming a liaison with artists, curator and member of the board of directors. She approaches her interdisciplinary career with reverence and respect for the artists she works with and the clients she sells to, and draws on her …

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Roy Lichtenstein’s best auction records – ARTnews.com

Andy Warhol, the most prominent pop artist, rarely felt humiliated. But, when he came before Roy Lichtenstein’s early works, Warhol abandoned his own experiments with superhero images from comics. As Warhol told curator Henry Geldzahler, “Roy did comics so well.” Many others were also impressed with Lichtenstein’s works, which often …

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