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Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Bergé collection breaks records at Christie’s

One of the most anticipated art sale events this year so far was the week long viewing exhibition and auction of the collection of Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Bergé. This stunning collection of antiquities, modern and decorative arts, interior designs, sculptures and everything in between and beyond was collected by the two men during a period of 50 years and now auctioned off by Christie’s and Pierre Bergé Associates in Paris. This Legendary [...]

By | 2009-02-27T04:24:49+00:00 February 27th, 2009|Antiquities, Arts|2 Comments

More million-dollar paintings sell in London this week

As we wrote about it before, both Christie's and Sotheby's have large, multi-day modern art sale events this week in London. New results are in from the latest auctions and many masterpieces went for around a million dollars. Below is the selection of some of the recent sales: "Idylle" by Henri Martin - 541,250 GBP ($1,064,098) "Les deux fusils" by Fernand Léger - 481,250 GBP ($946,138) "La dame en rose" by Raoul Dufy - [...]

By | 2008-07-03T16:43:17+00:00 June 26th, 2008|Arts|4 Comments

“Tableau autobiographique – Ultratableau biosensible” by Victor Brauner sold for $993,000

Victor Brauner's painting was sold for $993,000 as part of the Sotheby's sales of impressionists and modern art in New York, on May 7. Other notable sales at the auction was Fernand Léger’s Cubist painting, the "Étude pour La Femme en Bleu" which sold for $39,241,000. Munch's "Girls on a Bridge" also broke record for the artist with the hammer price of $30,841,000

By | 2008-05-24T18:44:02+00:00 May 24th, 2008|Arts|0 Comments
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