Archive for September, 2010

Sotheby’s Announce Second Greek Art Auction of 2010

Sotheby’s Announce Second Greek Art Auction of 2010

. September 10, 2010 . 0 Comments

Sotheby’s have announced that it’s second Greek Sale of 2010 will take place in London on Monday, 22 November, 2010 and it will presenting rare and important works by eminent names in the field such as Nicos Hadjikiriakos-Ghika, Spyros Papaloukas and Constantinos Volanakis. Nicos Hadjikiriakos-Ghika, Mistras, oil on canvas, 129 by 194cm., 50¾ by 76¼in., […]

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Antiquorum Auctioneers to Launch DirectBid

Antiquorum Auctioneers to Launch DirectBid

. September 10, 2010 . 0 Comments

On September 29th, Antiquorum Auctioneers, the world’s premier watch auctioneer, will be launching a continuous online auction platform, called DirectBid. Given that today’s collectors face the pressures of an increasingly demanding schedule and lifestyle, Antiquorum recognized a need for an auction platform that permits its clients to buy watches on their own schedule, while still […]

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Sotheby’s London To Host Magnificent Books, Manuscripts and Drawings Auction

Sotheby’s London To Host Magnificent Books, Manuscripts and Drawings Auction

. September 9, 2010 . 0 Comments

Sotheby’s London will hold a sale of ‘Magnificent Books, Manuscripts and Drawings from the Collection of Frederick, 2nd Lord Hesketh, The Property of the Trustees of the 2nd Baron Hesketh’s Will Trust’, on 7th December. The selection of books, manuscripts and drawings from this distinguished collection was built up by successive generations of the family, […]

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Collection of Japanese Works of Art to Sell at Bonhams

Collection of Japanese Works of Art to Sell at Bonhams

. September 9, 2010 . 0 Comments

One of the world’s most important and comprehensive single owner collections of Japanese Gentleman’s accessories will be sold in a series of sales at Bonhams New Bond Street, with the first sale taking place on November 9th 2010. This private collection was formed by the late environmentalist, mountaineer, scholar and collector Edward Wrangham OBE. Influenced […]

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Bonhams to Auction Paintings Showing 19th Century  London Poverty

Bonhams to Auction Paintings Showing 19th Century London Poverty

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Three paintings by Augustus Edwin Mulready of London street scenes inhabited by impoverished children, are to be sold at Bonhams 19th Century Paintings auction on 29th September 2010, New Bond Street, London. Mulready (1844-1904) frequently highlighted the social issues of the Victorian era in his works, particularly the poverty experienced by homeless street children who […]

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