The Italian fashion editor, saying she wants a change, is auctioning some of her clothes this weekend.
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Sales have risen at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips — but are they keeping up with the growth of global wealth?
“Modern British” is the main draw at the 30th edition of the London Art Fair. But a few blue-chip names aside, “Mod Brit” remains a local draw.
The sale of art by institutions often draw criticism, but the college said the proceeds were needed to finance its broader educational mission.
Auction records tend to give a dazzling sheen to the international art world, but will they have a trickle-down effect on the rest of the market?
Christie’s had planned to sell the map this week, for possibly $1.2 million, but withdrew it from an auction when questions arose about its authenticity.
Such paintings have been out of fashion for collectors for some time. How much will the dizzying price fetched by a Leonardo in New York change that?
The prince bought the “Salvator Mundi,” a portrait of Christ, according to documents reviewed by The New York Times.
François Curiel, the house’s chairman for Europe and Asia, talks about the business’s evolution, the Asian market and da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi.”
Prices have topped $1 million, but national museums and major auction houses have promoted works later said to be fraudulent.