Damien Hirst is on a roll. Hot on heels of the launch of his stunning private museum, Newport Street Gallery, and selling one of the most expensive artworks at Frieze, … Continue reading Damien Hirst Builds Facility To House His 3,000-Work Art Collection
For All Those Who Have Served and Are Currently Serving, Thank You. Happy Memorial Day from GallArt.com! Head on over to GallArt.com & our eBay store for our Memorial Day … Continue reading Happy Memorial Day From GallArt.com
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A key highlight of Sotheby’s evening Impressionist and modern art sale next month is a rare Vincent Van Gogh still life with an estimate of $30–50 million. Sotheby’s calls Still … Continue reading Do Riches Await in the Van Gogh Auction Market?
ALEXANDER CALDER Gouaches 8 May – 14 June 2014 What I produce is not precisely what I have in mind—but a sort of sketch, a man-made approximation. That others grasp … Continue reading Alexander Calder Two Part Exhibition
How important is back story when selling a piece of art? It’s everything — even if that story is a tale of disaster. In 2006, casino owner Steve Wynn was … Continue reading Steve Wynn’s Picasso Is Worth More After He Put His Elbow Through It
LONDON.- Sotheby’s is to offer an exceptional selection of ceramics by Pablo Picasso in London on 7 May 2014. This follows Sotheby’s auction in March 2013 of Important Ceramics by … Continue reading Picasso Ceramics To Soon Be Available At Sotheby’s London
LONDON — The British sculptor Anthony Caro, widely known for his monumental works using industrial metal, died on Wednesday of a heart attack. He was 89. His death was confirmed … Continue reading British Sculptor, Anthony Caro, Dies at 89
Raphael’s chalk drawing, titled “Head of a Young Apostle”, was sold at a Sotheby’s auction house in London for $47.8 million. The sale set a new record at auction for the … Continue reading Raphael drawing sells for $47.8 million at Sotheby’s Auction