Q1 as strong as before the Covid crisis, but Artprice identifies five big changes

Lots of fine art sold and unsold at first quarter auctions since 2000 thierry Ehrmann, president and founder of Artmarket.com and its Artprice department, recognizes that “it is still a little early to disentangle the effects of each of the powerful factors currently shaking the art market: Covid, Brexit, NFT, …

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How Helen Frankenthaler’s color-soaked canvases won the art market

In 1972, Frankenthaler began showing with John Berggruen in San Francisco, expanding her national footprint and continuing the steady build-up of interested collectors, although according to Berggruen she was still primarily a US-centric phenomenon. “I felt she was underestimated, undervalued if you mean to say, by virtue of European collectors …

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How Sacha Jafri Created The World’s Largest $ 62 Million Canvas Painting In Dubai

Sacha Jafri’s mother thought he was clinically insane. His father was convinced he was a genius. One of them was right. As a biracial child growing up on the fringes of the UK, Jafri relied on a scholarship to enter Eton – not to mention that the wealth generated by …

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Intact items from Dorset House for sale by Charterhouse

The contents of a Dorset country house that has not been touched for 60 years are being sold in a two-day auction next month. All items from the house, which is near Shaftesbury, are in ‘market fresh’ condition and will be sold by Chartreuse auctioneers on Thursday 6 May as …

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Montana SupCo scandal grabs nationwide attention

The scandal involving the Montana Supreme Court is now attracting national attention. This, while a new website called “Clean Up the Court” is launched to highlight recently unearthed documents and emails that the court attempted to remove. Read firsthand how members of the judiciary have falsely attempted to influence the …

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India should give top priority to scaling up vaccinations

With daily cases exceeding 261,000 and reported shortages of hospital beds, essential medicines and even oxygen, the covidie crisis in the country has clearly gotten out of hand. There are a lot of things we need to do: urgently increase healthcare facilities and supplies, stop large-scale events such as election …

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Colts Neck’s Logan Waller and ABC’s Julian George win regional titles

FLEMINGTON – Logan Waller was on the verge of having his dreams of winning a regional title shattered by injury lack. But as he lay on the mat trying to recover, he thought of a quote Colts Neck head coach Brett Jankos often says. “Coach Jankos always says, ‘You don’t …

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9 Minetta Street – New York’s Best New Townhouse

Minetta Street is located in the heart of Manhattan research Greenwich village and has always been a very special address. This is where Bob Dylan wrote his song “Blowing in the Wind”, Al Pacino’s The main character of “Serpico” lived on Minetta Street, it is the location of many movie …

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Celebrities like Joe Lycett and Toyah Willcox share their Cornwall art – and you can own it all

A host of celebrities – including comedian Joe Lycett, pop legend Toyah and Bafta-winning actress Katherine Parkinson – have painted Cornwall-themed artwork… and you can own it. Cornwall Mind worked with John Dyer, one of the UK’s best-known Cornish artists, to create one of the most exciting and unique art …

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Picasso’s Matador Painting Sold For $ 18 Million At Sotheby’s Hong Kong Cross-Category Art Auction | Auction News | THE VALUE

As travel restrictions still ravage the art industry, auction houses are pushing hard to set a new standard for their auction lineups, including auctions that feature a mix of genres from different eras. Earlier this evening saw the Sotheby’s inter-category evening sale in Hong Kong. Presented by the auction house …

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