May, 2008

MECUM Auction Rare Collection of Automotive Signs in Indiana

MECUM Auction Rare Collection of Automotive Signs in Indiana

”Auction Gives Collectors and Indianapolis 500 Visitors Early May Excitement” INDIANAPOLIS – MECUM Auction will offer 150 pristine vintage signs from the Christenholz Collection to the highest bidder at Dana Mecum’s Original Spring Classic at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Now in its 21st year, the spring auction was recently relocated from Illinois to Indiana to […]

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The Famed Collection Of J. Irwin And Xenia S. Miller To Be Offered At Christie’s

The Famed Collection Of J. Irwin And Xenia S. Miller To Be Offered At Christie’s

Seventeen Works To Be Sold In London This June Form The Most Significant Offering Of Impressionist And Modern Art Ever To Be Sold By Christie’s In Europe Collection Includes The Most Important Work From Monet’s Waterlilies’ Series Ever Sold On The European Market London – New York – Christie’s is delighted to announce the consignment […]

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Sotheby’s Sale of Swiss Art on May 27 to Inaugurate New Auction Room in Zurich

Sotheby’s Sale of Swiss Art on May 27 to Inaugurate New Auction Room in Zurich

GENEVA – Sotheby’s forthcoming auction of Swiss art will be held at 83 Talstrasse, Zurich, on Tuesday, 27 May 2008 at 6 pm, the first auction to take place on these new premises. 154 works of the 19th and 20th centuries with an estimated value of CHF 19-27 million (€ 11.6 – 16.9 million) will […]

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Francis Bacon’s Triptych 1975 Sells for Record 86.3 Million at Sotheby’s in New York

Francis Bacon’s Triptych 1975 Sells for Record 86.3 Million at Sotheby’s in New York

NEW YORK, NY – A three-panel work by Francis Bacon, titled Triptych, has been sold at auction in New York for 86.2 million dollars, setting a new record for a painting by the artist. Triptych, 1976, is without question one of the most important works in Bacon’s oeuvre and a landmark of the 20th century […]

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