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Year : 2004
8 entries
THE FIFTY ART MARKET KINGS (by Adrian Darmon)
01 April 2004
The art market has more than ever fallen prey to rich speculators after the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001 in the U.S as the present rush on works by great masters tends to suggest. After...

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The most expensive work in the world
01 May 2004
A 1905 work by Pablo Picasso titled "Young Boy with a pipe" became on May 5th 2004 the most expensive painting sold at auction in the world when it fetched $ 93 million at Sotheby's in New York. The...

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The value of André Lhote's paintings likely to plunge
01 April 2004
Several collectors of André Lhote's paintings each bought several years ago with the guarantee of an authentication certificate delivered by the artist's nephew Jean Gouin have recently been advised...
Death of Henri Cartier-Bresson
01 August 2004
The famous French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson died at his home in the Luberon region, southern France, at 95 on August 3rd 2004. Born in Chanteloup in 1908, Henri Carier-Bresson, who founded...

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Contemporary art from the Daimler-Chrysler Collection
01 October 2004
The Iziko-SA National Gallery in Cape Townhas opened an exhibition dedicated to the Daimler Chrysler art collectiondue to last until November 2004. DaimlerChrysler AG owns one of the world'smost...

EXHIBITIONS
01 October 2004
An exhibition titled “Arti and Architettura:1900-2000” has been organised at the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa untilJanuary 9th 2005.The exhibition gathers together and documentsthe approaches made by...

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European bronzes from the Quentin Collection
01 October 2004
An exhibition of the European bronzes from the Quentin Collection has been organised by the Frick Collection in New York until January 2nd 2005. European Bronzes from the Quentin Collection is the...

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DANIEL WILDENSTEIN DEAD
01 April 2004
The much respected French art tycoon Daniel Wildenstein died at 84 following a surgical operation on October 23rd 2001. The heir of the Wildenstein dynasty, who had a great taste for French 18th...

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