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19th ANTIQUE DEALERS PARIS BIENNIAL
01 June 1998
19th ANTIQUE DEALERS PARIS BIENNIAL Paris - Carrousel du Louvre18 september - 4 october 1998 The 19th Paris Biennial exhibition, due to be held from September 18th until...
POMPIDOU MUSEUM MIGHT BE FORCED TO RETURN A BRAQUE MAJOR WORK
01 January 1998
The heirs of a Jewish collector whose collection was seized by the Nazis during the Second World War have been calling for the return of a major work by Georges Braque now owned by the Georges...
A SERIES OF EXCHANGES: MODERN
01 February 1998
Many modern works were thus exchanged between the Nazis and several French or even German dealers. Le Monde noted that the first exchange took place in Paris on March 3rd 1941 when Gustav Rochlitz,...
SCOURING OF CHRIST
01 December 1998
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BATTLE OVER GIACOMETTI HERITAGE
01 January 1998
The Alberto Giacometti heritage, estimated between US $ 150 million and 180 million, is presently at the centre of a ferocious battle regarding its future destination. Since the death in 1993 of...
THE INCREDIBLE  OTSUKA MUSEUM  OF  ART
01 April 1998
The Otsuka Museum of Art, situated on a hill in a corner of the Seto Naika Inland sea national park overlooking the Naruto straits in Japan, houses the world's first collection of...
RECORD FOR BASQUIAT
01 December 1998
A 1982 self-portrait by Haitian-born Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) fetched a record price of over 3,3 million dollars at Christie's on November 12th 1998. The previous record for a work by...
CONTEMPORARY ART SALE IN NEW YORK
01 December 1998
Sotheby's fared somewhat well for their sale of contemporary art paintings which totalled US 42,2 million on November 17th 1998 in New York. Works by Basquiat, notably Untitled and Rubber, sold...
DORA MAAR…VELOUS
01 December 1998
Prices for Picasso's drawings and paper cuttings went skyrocketing during the second day of the sale of the collection of Dora Maar in Paris on October 28th 1998. The disappointment over the rather...
A STOLEN PAINTING IN DORA MAAR'S COLLECTION
01 December 1998
The heirs of Jewish collector Alphonse Kann said on October 30th 1998 that one of his Picasso paintings stolen by the Nazis during the Second World War was withdrawn from the sale of the Dora Maar...
NO REAL FEVER FOR DORA MAAR SALE
01 December 1998
The sale of the Dora Maar succession at the Maison de la Chimie in Paris attracted over 1,000 people on its first auction day but failed to register high bids regarding paintings. The French State...
DISCOVERING LITHUANIA
01 October 1998
Europos Parakas, the Residency Centre in Lithuania, offers four-week long residences six times a year. The program is open to everyone focuses on an exchange of artistic experience and acquaintance...
PARIS BIENNIAL FAIR WITH A DEJA-VU FEELING
01 September 1998
The 19th Paris Antique Dealers Biennial Fair, dubbed as the most beautiful gathering of works of art, opened on September 18th 1998 with over an air of déjà vu. There were indeed some marvellous...
IMPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS STOLEN FROM MUSEUM
01 September 1998
Two paintings by Claude Monet and Alfred Sisley were stolen from the Nice Beaux-Arts Museum on September 21st 1998.The theft occurred when two armed men took the curator of the museum as hostage in...
REMBRANDT FETCHES HIGH PRICE IN NEW YORK
01 February 1998
A recently rediscovered portrait of a man by Rembrandt fteched US $ 9,077,500 at Sotheby's New York on January 30th 1998. The oil painting on an oval oak panel measuring 63.5 by 50.8 cm and...
SUCCESS IN PARIS FOR STRADIVARIUS VIOLIN
01 February 1998
A violin made by the famous Antonius Stradivarius fetched 5,6 million FF ( US $ 932,000) at auction on February 3rd 1998 in Paris. The violin, dated 1714 was the star of the sale conducted by...
GERICAULT DRAWING LIKE THE WALLS OF JERICHO FOR BUYER
01 February 1998
After biddings started at 300 FF (US $ 49) a drawing heightened with watercolour representing an Italian peasant holding a child in his arms went for 1025 000 FF (US $ 170,000) not inclusive of...
ART HISTORIAN FEDERICO ZERI DEAD
01 October 1998
Italian art historian Federico Zeri died on monday October 5th from a heart attack in his country home of Mentana near Rome at 77. Zeri who was admired for his immense knowledged and often detested...
FIAC EXHIBITION: A TRADITIONAL BLEND
01 October 1998
The 25th International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) opened in Paris on wednesday October 7th 1998 amid fears that the present world financial crisis would affect business in the weeks to come. The...
MAJOR FORGERY SCANDAL
01 October 1998
A so-called Marquis Victor von Saloschin has failed to sell some 56 forged German Expressionist works after these were exhibited in American universities, British justice sources said. These works...
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