When she died in 1926, Mathilde de Rothschild bequeathed a strange collection to a Paris museum. The grisly artifacts have now been given their own show.
A decade after the fall of Lehman Brothers, the art market remains one of the most glaringly visible symptoms of global income inequality.
Experts say new tax arrangements in the United States — and ever-higher auction guarantees — make it more difficult to make money from art.
Pierre-Jean Chalençon has become renowned for buying, selling and showing art and antiques related to the emperor.
Art dealers will gather under the glass roof of the Grand Palais for the 30th edition of the venerable fair.
A dissonant note before the opening of the revamped private museum to the public — by reservation — next month.
Automobiles have long been the poster child of “passion investments.” But most buyers these days are specialists, not speculators.
The Trump administration’s proposed 25 percent import duty on artworks that originated in China has alarmed museums, collectors and dealers.
Fred Tomaselli said the art in his Brooklyn home — he was one of the early artists to land in Williamsburg — was mostly the product of trades.