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Hendrick Goltzius “Jupiter and Antiope” Highlights Sotheby’s Important Old Master Paintings Sale

Hendrick Goltzius “Jupiter and Antiope” Highlights Sotheby’s Important Old Master Paintings Sale

. December 11, 2009

A monumental masterpiece (48 x 70 in. (122 x 178 cm)) by the great 17th century Dutch artist Hendrick Goltzius will be offered early next year in Sotheby’s sale of Important Old Master Paintings in New York on 28 January 2010. Goltzius’ paintings are extremely rare and Jupiter and Antiope is the most important by […]

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E. Charlton Fortune Masterpiece Highlights  Sale of California and American Paintings and Sculpture

E. Charlton Fortune Masterpiece Highlights Sale of California and American Paintings and Sculpture

. December 11, 2009

The November 23, 2009 auction of California and American Paintings and Sculpture at Bonhams & Butterfields offered a wide array of important Western scenes, Plein Air, Society of Six, and land and cityscapes by noted California and American artists. The Los Angeles-based sale brought more than $2.7-million and established a new world auction record for […]

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Onderdonk, Travis, Utter and other Texas Artists for Auction

. December 11, 2009

Two paintings by Texas Impressionist Julian Onderdonk anchor the Texas Art side of Heritage Auctions’ Dec. 16 Signature® Art of the American West &Texas Auction, an auction featuring a host of the best names in Texas art, taking place live at Heritage’s Design District Annex at 1518 Slocum Street and online at www.HA.com. “Onderdonk’s work […]

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Works of Art from Africa and Oceania Set Records at Sotheby’s Paris Sale

. December 11, 2009

After a hugely popular four-day viewing – attended by 1300 people – Sotheby’s Paris sale of exceptional works of art from Africa and Oceania attracted a packed saleroom throughout, with ferocious competition between telephone bidders and collectors in the saleroom. The sale total of over €5 million ($7.9 million) represented a selling-rate of 83% by […]

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Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art Contemporary Art Collection Boosted by Art Fund International Scheme

Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art Contemporary Art Collection Boosted by Art Fund International Scheme

. December 10, 2009

Two purchases funded by the UK’s leading independent art charity The Art Fund, through its £5 million funding scheme Art Fund International, are going on display for the first time at a new exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow. The works by Lothar Baumgarten and Emily Jacir form part of the exhibition […]

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