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  • Rare $7.5 Million George Washington Portrait Still Available at TEFAFRegarded as the world’s largest art show, The European Art Fair (TEFAF) was scheduled to return bigger than ever, and delivered with the arrival of the rare $7.5 million George Washington portrait. Constructed by the artist Gilbert Stuart, the port...
  • Judith Peck
    on Feb 4, 2011 in Art
                                My work is about people:  how they look, how they act; how they endure hardship and celebrate joy. The landscape of people is a dramatic terrain, full of vitality, often funny, sometimes sad, but like the we...
  • Cartier Highlights Upcoming Horological Auction
    on Feb 3, 2011 in Art
    A variety of Cartier items including a 1929 table clock, Grand sonnerie desk clock, platinum tank watch, as well as two Patek Phillipe watches, highlight Patrizzi & Co.’s upcoming auction. Taking place on March 9th, “Timeless Emotions – Co...
  • Former Pope’s Meissan Porcelain to Highlight Bonham’s May Auction
    on Feb 2, 2011 in Art
    Following last November’s successful Part I of a sale of Meissan porelain which garnered over £1 million, Bonham’s ”Hoffmeister Collection of Meissen Porcelain Part II” will take place on May 26 in New Bond Street, London at 10:30 am. This...
  • Peter Stuyvesant Collection Expected To Fetch €4-5 Million at Sotheby’s
    on Feb 1, 2011 in Art
    Highlighted by Niki de Saint-Phalle’s Lili ou Tony, which is estimated at €200,000-€300,000, Sotheby’s auction house’s sale of the former Peter Stuyvesant Collection (now property of British American Tobacco) is the largest sampling of po...
  • March Auction Preview: Sotheby’s
    on Jan 31, 2011 in Art
    Sotheby’s has 16 auctions on the docket for March, each one offering up something unique that you can’t find anywhere else. Featuring sales in New York, Paris, London and Amsterdam, Sotheby’s has some of the most exquisite items for you to bid...
  • Campo Vaccino to be Auctioned at Sotheby’s London
    on Jan 28, 2011 in Art
      Sotheby’s London will be hosting the summer auction, Evening Sale of Old Master and British Paintings on July 7th. An estimated 57 pieces will be showcased, but Joseph Mallord William Turner’s eye-catching Modern Rome –Campo Vaccino will tak...
  • Picasso’s Portrait of Angel Fernandez de Soto Sets Record Pre-Sale Estimate At $45-60 Million
    on Dec 8, 2010 in Affluent Page Magazine Art
    Originally considered controversial, Pablo Picasso’s Portrait of Angel Fernandez de Soto has returned to Christie’s with a record pre-sale estimate of $45-60 million. Dated in 1903, Picasso’s piece was initially pulled from a 2006 sale over an...
  • Rare Roman and Greek Antiques Headline Christie’s April Sale
    on Dec 8, 2010 in Art
    Featuring roughly 350 lots, Christie’s will auction off an assortment of sculptures, vases, bronzes, and a selection of ancient jewelry this April. Set to take place on the 29th in South Kensington, this is the first Antiquities sale since Ge...
  • Underwater Sculpture Museum Debuts In Mexico
    on Dec 8, 2010 in Art
    On November 27, travelers to Mexico will soon be able to explore the captivating underwater museum — the largest in the world. The museum will feature a collection of life-sized sculptures, creating “The Silent Evolution.” A series that dep...
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