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Auction prices soar for important pieces
01 November 2001
Fears of a dire crisis for the art market following the deadly terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center twin towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington seemed to fade away between...

Contemporary art: buyers more than ever selective
01 November 2001
After a two-month period of uncertainty, the contemporary art market woke up during the second week of November with some skyrocketing prices fetched at auction in New York but buyers were however...

Offensive on Sotheby's likely to take place before X'Mas
01 December 2001
While Pierre Bergé, head of of the Saint-Laurent Fashion group has announced his desire to take control of the Drouot S.A group in Paris, rumours of an offensive for the acquisition of Sotheby's by...

Las Vegas banking on art
01 January 2002
The Las Vegas casinos, such as the Venetian owned by Miriam and Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn's future “Rêve”, are more than ever betting on art to attract more visitors. Founded in 1931 by gangster...

Battle for the control of Drouot
01 January 2002
At least three serious candidates for the takeover of Drouot-SA regrouping some 70 auctioning offices have made sensible offers during the second half of January. The reform of the auctioning...

Good money for the capuchin order in London
01 February 2002
A sale organised by Christie's on February 4th 2002 in London yielded several million pounds for three modern and Impressionist paintings sold on behalf of the Capuchin order in Rome. The three...

Princess Soraya sale in Paris next May
01 February 2002
The sale of the succession of Princess Soraya, ex-wife of the Shah of Iran who died on October 25th 2001 in Paris, will take place between May 29th and 31st 2002 in the Drouot-Montaigne salesrooms, a...

Major fraud scandal in Paris
01 February 2002
The Paris art market was rocked by a major scandal following the arrest on January 25th 2002 of a well known expert, a dealer and their accomplice who tricked several collectors in selling them...

Phillips under the control of Simon de Pury
01 February 2002
Simon de Pury and Daniela Luxembourg, the managers of the London-based auction house Phillips bought the majority of its shares from the LVMH group on February 19th 2002. LVMH, owned by French tycoon...

The Tokyo Sunflowers: a genuine Van Gogh or a Schuffenecker forgery ?
01 March 2002
By Louis van Tilborgh and Ella Hendriks In recent years considerable publicity has been given to the idea that Van Gogh's officially accepted oeuvre might include more forgeries or erroneous...

Benoit Landais response to the report published on behalf of the Van Gogh Museum
01 March 2002
A SCHUFFENECKER FORGERY? The detailed study written by Louis van Tilborgh and Ella Hendriks — the official opinion given by the Van Gogh Museum on the authenticity of the Tokyo Sunflowers — has the...

Record price for an American painting sold in France
01 June 2002
A portrait of George Washington (1732-1799) by Charles William Peale (1741-1827) fetched 4,4 millions euros (US $ 4,27 millions) at an auction sale in Cheverny, France, on June 9th 2002. This...

Phillips' sale of modern and Impressionist works meets disaster in N.Y
01 November 2002
Phillips met disaster regarding a sale of Impressionist and Modern art held on November 4th 2002 in New York. This Fall has been marked by recession and buyers have been more than ever cautious on...

Phillips' sale of modern and Impressionist works meets disaster in N.Y
01 November 2002
Phillips met disaster regarding a sale of Impressionist and Modern art held on November 4th 2002 in New York. This Fall has been marked by recession and buyers have been more than ever cautious on...

Good tide for Contemporary art works
01 November 2002
The contemporary art market is still alive despite the world economic situation as suggested by some great bids recorded by Sotheby's in New York on November 11th 2002.Sotheby's turnover reached $...

Sesostris: a seemingly unending dispute
01 September 2003
Bought in the Drouot salesrooms on November 10th 1998 by Maryvonne Pinault, the wife of French tycoon François Pinault, a 57 cm high stone statue of the warrior pharaoh Sesostris III has been...

RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART HELD IN NEW YORK ON NOVEMBER 15, 2006
01 November 2006
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RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS INCLUDING THOSE OF BERTOLT BRECHT AND GERHART HAUPTMANN IN AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 27 2006
01 October 2006
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RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF EUROPEAN COLLECTIONS INCLUDING THOSE OF BERTOLT BRECHT AND GERHART HAUPTMANN IN AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 27 2006
12 October 2006
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RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF PRINTS HELD ON NOVEMBER 2 AND 3 2006 IN NEW YORK
01 November 2006
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