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TOUGH TIME FOR CHRISTIE'S POSTWAR AND CONTEMPOORARY ART
Christie's London contemporary sale held on March 6, 2019 only totaled 79.3 million GBP with 93 percent of lots sold, far less from last year's 137.5 million. 50% of the sales were either on or below the low estimates, indicating poor competition.
SOTHEBY'S CONTEMPORARY SALE IN LONDON SO AND SO
Sotheby's contemporary art sale held in London on March 5, 2019 totaled 93.3 million GBP (including premium), however down from £109.3 million generated by the equivalent sale last year.
CHRISTIE'S SALE OF IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN ART A BIT DISAPPOINTING
Christie's sale of Impressionist and Modern art held in London on February 27 yielded 165.7 million GBP, below a pre-sale estimate of at least 179 million after three lots were withdrawn, while a Claude Monet waterlily pond with a weeping willow at Giverny estimated at 40 million was left unsold.
2018 WAS GOOD FOR CHRISTIE'S
Christie's has announced that their 2018 sales totaled $7 billion (including 653.3 million in private transactions), up six percent from 2017, however below results achieved in 2014 ($8.4 billion) and 2015 ($7.4 billion).
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