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CHRISTIE'S 2015 SALES DOWN BY 5%
Christie's, the world's leading art business, announced 2015 sales of £4.8 billion ($7.4 billion), down 5% (by£) for the same period in 2014.
WORLD RECORD PRICE FOR A 16TH CENTURY TALMUD
A 16th century Talmud printed by Daniel Bomberg sold at Sotheby's on New York for $9.3 million to rare books expert Stephan Loewentheil—who was apparently a proxy for private equity baron Leon Black—and set a world record for Judaica sold at auction.The book is one of first complete editions of the Babylonian Talmud, all printed by Bomberg in the 1500s, of which only 14 copies survive.
SOTHEBY'S SALE OF OLD MASTER AND BRITISH PAINTINGS
Sotheby's sale of Old Master and British paintings held on December 9 and 10, 2015 in London yielded £22.6 million and was led by John Constable's The Lock, which sold for £9,109,000, 160 years after its last appearance on the market. The monumental landscape, depicting the countryside of the painter's "careless boyhood", was the highlight of the sale which featured a significant number of museum-quality works.
SOTHEBY'S SALE OF THE FAMOUS GRIMANI TABLES IN LONDON
Sotheby's sale of the famous Grimani tables held on December 10, 2015 in London fetched a total of 5,134,000 GBP
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