November, 2009

Sotheby’s Sale Features Group of Works from the Phoenix Collection

Sotheby’s Sale Features Group of Works from the Phoenix Collection

Sotheby’s Israeli and International Art sale is a much anticipated annual event held in autumn in New York. The sale this year will take place on November 24th and will feature superb examples of classic and contemporary Israeli art spanning 100 years. Works from the sale are estimated to bring more than $2.7 million and […]

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Sotheby’s New York Latin American Art Sale

Sotheby’s New York Latin American Art Sale

Sotheby’s fall evening sale of Latin American Art will take place on Wednesday 18 November 2009 and will be led by one of the most lyrical surrealist paintings by Roberto Matta ever to appear at auction. Endless Nudes, estimated at $2-3 million is an abstract work filled with volcanic eruptions that create bodies fused with […]

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The Kitchen’s Benefit Art Auction

The Kitchen’s Benefit Art Auction

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, New York 7 – 9 PM Cocktails and Silent Auction 8 PM Live Auction with Eliza Osborne of Sotheby’s. Also introducing exclusive Limited Edition Create necklaces and key chains by jewelry designer Karen Karch to benefit The Kitchen and its artists. To preview and […]

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AUTHENTIC 19th-CENTURY VAMPIRE KILLING KIT SELLS FOR $8,800 (ON HALLOWEEN!) AT AN ON-SITE ESTATE SALE HELD IN PORT GIBSON, MISS., BY STEVENS AUCTION CO.

AUTHENTIC 19th-CENTURY VAMPIRE KILLING KIT SELLS FOR $8,800 (ON HALLOWEEN!) AT AN ON-SITE ESTATE SALE HELD IN PORT GIBSON, MISS., BY STEVENS AUCTION CO.

(PORT GIBSON, Miss.) – An authentic 19th-century vampire killing kit – containing a pistol with silver bullets in a coffin-style case, Holy water vials, a cleaver, a prayer book and a looking glass – sold for $8,800 at an estate sale held (appropriately enough) on Halloween, Oct. 31, by Stevens Auction Company, based in Aberdeen, […]

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