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RARE BREGUET WATCH REACHES TOP PRICE IN GENEVA
17 May 2016
On 16th May 2016 In Geneva, the Breguet et Fils self-winding quarter repeating watch with equation of time, day, month and power reserve pocket watch acquired on December 31st1817 by Charles-Louis Havas (1783-1858), founder of the famous press agency AFP, was sold by Christie's to a private Swiss museum for CHF3,245,000 and became the second most expensive Breguet watch sold at auction.
BAD SALE FOR IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN WORKS AT CHRISTIE'S
13 May 2016
Christie's Impressionist and modern sale on Thursday, May 12 totaled $141 million, just at the low tip of the $138.3 million to $203.4 million range. Of 51 lots on offer, one was withdrawn) and 44, or 86 were sold.
OVER 318 000 US DOLLARS FOR CHRISTIE'S MAY 10, 2016 SALE OF POST-WAR AND CONTEMPORARY ART
13 May 2016
The May 10 evening sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art held by Christie's in New York only realized US$318,388,000 with 6 new world auction records for artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Agnes Martin, Mike Kelley, Richard Prince, Kerry James Marshall and Barry X Ball.
A VERY DISTURBING CASE OF FAKES FOR THE FRENCH ART MARKET by Adrian Darmon
09 May 2016
On April 27, 2016 artcult indicated that following the scandal of forged 18th Century pieces of furniture sold by Jean Lupu, a famed Parisian dealer, a greater one likely to disrupt the French art market was about to emerge, notably concerning certain acquisitions made by the Château of Versailles.
CHRISTIE'S 2015 SALES DOWN BY 5%
26 January 2016
Christie's, the world's leading art business, announced 2015 sales of £4.8 billion ($7.4 billion), down 5% (by£) for the same period in 2014.
WORLD RECORD PRICE FOR A 16TH CENTURY TALMUD
26 December 2015
A 16th century Talmud printed by Daniel Bomberg sold at Sotheby's on New York for $9.3 million to rare books expert Stephan Loewentheil—who was apparently a proxy for private equity baron Leon Black—and set a world record for Judaica sold at auction.The book is one of first complete editions of the Babylonian Talmud, all printed by Bomberg in the 1500s, of which only 14 copies survive.
SOTHEBY'S SALE OF OLD MASTER AND BRITISH PAINTINGS
11 December 2015
Sotheby's sale of Old Master and British paintings held on December 9 and 10, 2015 in London yielded £22.6 million and was led by John Constable's The Lock, which sold for £9,109,000, 160 years after its last appearance on the market. The monumental landscape, depicting the countryside of the painter's "careless boyhood", was the highlight of the sale which featured a significant number of museum-quality works.
SOTHEBY'S SALE OF THE FAMOUS GRIMANI TABLES IN LONDON
11 December 2015
Sotheby's sale of the famous Grimani tables held on December 10, 2015 in London fetched a total of 5,134,000 GBP
RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF ANTIQUITIES HELD ON DEC 8
11 December 2015
Sotheby's sale of arecheological pieces held in New York on December 8, 2015 in New York yielded 8,986,500 USD
RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY HELD ON DEC 9 AND
11 December 2015
Sotheby's sale of Contemporary art held on Dec 9 and 10 in Paris yielded 25,545,900 EUR (inclusive of buyers' premium) see:http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/2015/art-contemporain-pf1515.html?cmp=email_pf1515_aur_art_contemporain_121115-121115
RESULTS OF SOTHEBY'S NOV 17-18 SALE OF MODERN AND POST-WAR BRITISH ART
24 November 2015
See: http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/2015/modern-post-war-british-art-l15143.html?cmp=email_l15143_aur_british_art_111915-111915
CHRISTIE'S AUCTIONS IN DUBAI TOTAL OVER 10 MILLION USD
22 October 2015
Christie's auctions of Modern and Contemporary Art and Important Watches held on October 19 2015 in Dubai totaled $10,590,875, with impressive sell-through rates of 89% and 96% respectively.
ONLY £130 MILLION FOR SOTHEBY'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY IN LONDON
02 July 2015
Sotheby's sale of Contemporary art held in London on July 1, 2015 only achieved £130,4 million, a fine total however 12 million short from its low expectations as four of its top lots were unsold.
OVER 18 MILLION GBP FOR PHILLIPS' SALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN LONDON
02 July 2015
Phillips's sale of contemporary art held in London at the end of June 2015 realised £18.2 million sale ($28.6 million), near the low end of the pre-sale £17/26 million estimate (sale prices include buyer's premium)
150 MILLION USD FOR CHRISTIE'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN LONDON
01 July 2015
Christie's realised £95.6 million, or $150.1 million for its sale of Contemporay art held in London on June 30, 2015, of sales, well within the pre-sale estimate of £82/117 million (prices include the buyer's premium) while 30 lots sold on or below the low estimate with little bidding, and no less than four gerhard Richter's paintings, including two abstracts, were unsold.
OVER 112 MILLION USD FOR CHRISTIE'S SALE OF IMPRESSIONIST & MODERN ART IN LONDON
30 June 2015
Christie's Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale held on June 24, 2015 realised £71,461,000 with strong sell-through rates of 84% by lot and 92% by value.
NEW RECORD PRICE FOR MONDRIAN
20 May 2015
An oil painting by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian sold for a record $50.6m (£32.1m) against a high estimate of 25 million at an auction held on May 15, 2015 by Christie's in New York.
ALMOST 380 MILLION USD FO SOTHEBY'S IN NEW YORK
13 May 2015
Sotheby's evening sale of contemporary art held on May 12, 2015 in New York realized $379.7 million, well over the presale expectation of upwards of $320 million but failed to register impressive prices with 55 lots out of 63 sold.
WORLD RECORD PRICES FOR PICASSO AND GIACOMETTI
12 May 2015
Picasso's Women of Algiers has become the most expensive painting to sell at auction, going for $160m (£102.6m) on May 11, 2015 at Christie's in New York.
ALMOST 9,5 MILLION USD FOR CHRISTIE'S SALE OF SWISS ART IN ZURICH
06 May 2015
The Swiss Art Sale held by Christie's in Zurich on May 5, 2015 realized Sfr 8,548,680 ($ 9,489,035) with a work titled "Femme" (3e Recherche) by Le Corbusier (1887-1965) which fetched a World record price of Sfr 3,120,000 (inclusive of costs) against a pre-sale high estimate of 600,000.
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