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THE LOUDMER AUCTION GROUP LIQUIDATED
01 December 1998
A Paris tribunal decided on December 11th 1998 to wind up the Loudmer auction group following the indictment of auctioneer Guy Loudmer regarding the management of his group and his controversial role...
PHILIP PEARLSTEIN IN PARIS
01 October 1998
American artist Philip Pearlstein will exhibit his works at the galerie Templon in Paris from November 24th until December 2nd 1998. 74-year-old Pearlstein, who was a close friend of Andy Warhol, has...
FRANCIS PICABIA IN GRENOBLE
01 October 1998
Works by French artist Francis Picabia (1879-1953) have been exhibited at the Museum of Grenoble, Eastern France, from October 17th 1998 until January 3rd 1999. Picabia was certainly a great artist...
JACKSON POLLOCK IN NEW YORK
01 October 1998
The retrospective exhibition of Jackson Pollock's works by the Museum of Modern Art of New York from November 1st 1998 until February 2nd 1999 has been hailed as one of the major events of the past...
CONTROVERSY OVER A STOLEN MATISSE
01 October 1998
A painting by Henri Matisse, “Odalisque” has been at the centre of a controversy between the heirs of Paul Rosenberg and the Museum of Seattle. Stolen during the war, the painting was donated by the...
JAPANESE PUBLIC MONEY FOR MAJOR PAINTINGS
01 October 1998
Public money has been spent on a large scale in Japan to reduce the debts incurred by many banks with several museums actively buying Western art pieces acquired by Japanese firms at exorbitant...
PARTHENON SCULPTURES
01 October 1998
A majority of Britons would accept the surrendering of the Parthenon marble sculptures to Greece, according to a survey carried out in . Some 39% were in favour of meeting Greece's demand while 46%...
THEFTS IN HUNGARY
01 October 1998
A special squad has been formed in Budapest to combat art thefts in Hungary after the pillaging of many churches, private collections and archaeological sites. Art thefts have doubled after the fall...
SEVEN KLIMT WORKS CLAIMED IN AUSTRIA
01 December 1998
Austria might be forced to surrender seven major works by Gustav Klimt which were confiscated by the Nazis during the Second World War, well-informed sources said in Vienna in November 1998. Maria...
FRENCH SCULPTOR CESAR DEAD
01 December 1998
French sculptor Cesar Baldaccini, called Cesar, died after a lonbg illness on Sunday night December 6th 1998 in his Paris home. Cesar had become a star only in the 1960's after devoting many years to...
WORLD RECORD PRICE FOR PAINTING BY F. P. B. BARRY
01 June 1998
A painting by François-Pierre- Bernard Barry (1813-1905) showing the arrival by sea of Sultan Abd-ul-Aziz at the palace of the Khedive at Ras el Tyn fetched a world record price for the artist of...
DOGON WOOD STATUE REACHES HIGH PRICE
01 June 1998
An African Dogon statue fetched a price of 850,000 FF (US $ 142,000) at Drouot on June 7th 1998. The Malian piece of art produced under Bambara influence in the plains of Seno carried a pre-sale...
CLARA PEETERS'S STILL LIFE REACHES RECORD PRICE
01 June 1998
A still life painting on panel by Flemish artist Clara Peeters (1594- After 1654) representing a plate of cheese, a jug and bread fetched a record price of 10,1 million FF (US $ 1,684 million ) at...
PRINNER RELIEF SELLS WELL
01 June 1998
MAY 1998
STRIKE AT THE ORSAY MUSEUM
01 December 1998
Thousands of people have been prevented frim seeing the Millet-Van Gogh exhibition at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris as a result of a week long strike by employees. The strike started when attendants...
MODIGLIANI STAR OF THE SHOW AT SOTHEBY'S
01 October 1998
A portrait of Jeanne Hébuterne painted by Modigliani in 1919 was sold by Sotheby's for a record US $ 15,1 million (inclusive of buyer's costs) against a top pre-sale estimate of US $ 12 million...
ROYAL COMMODE GENUINE
01 October 1998
The controversy which arose between dealers regarding an 18th Century lacquered commode due to be sold by Christie's in New York on November 24th 1998 ended when a scientific analysis of an inventory...
MAJOR PRIMITIVE PAINTING REDISCOVERED
01 October 1998
A major German primitive painting representing the “Flagellation of Christ”, lost for almost a century, was rediscovered recently in Eastern France. The painting, attributed by the Master of the...
ARCHIMEDES MANUSCRIPT CLAIMED BY GREECE
01 October 1998
Greek scholars have been battling to try to recover a rare 10th Century copy of Archimedes' theories due to be sold at Christie's in New York on October 29th 1998. The famous theories Archimedes...
PARIS AUCTIONEER CHARGED
01 January 1998
Francis, Briest, one of Paris' top auctioneers, has been charged on December 23rd 1997 for having given generous estimates for modern works which were due to be mortgaged in exchange for a bank...
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