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2021: the best works in January auctions [08.01.2021]

The catalogues for the various different top-notch art auctions to be held this January have plenty of inspirational content. At Phillips there will be Contemporary prints by major signatures; at Christie’s there will be works by so-called Outsider artists as well as rare prints, while Sotheby’s will be offering some powerful masterpieces by Old Masters. […]

Flash News: from Van Dyck to Sally Mann [17.05.2019]

Kitsch leads Contemporary sculpture market On 15 May 2019, one of Jeff Koons’ three Rabbit sculptures (1986) offered for sale at Christie’s in New York surpassed the $90.3 million achieved by David Hockney’s Portrait of an Artist (1972). Jeff Koons is coming back as the most expensive living artist on the planet with a gleaming rabbit […]

Top Old Masters [22.02.2019]

Every other Friday Artprice draws up an auction ranking to help you apprehend the Art Market’s major trends. This week we look at the top 10 auction results for Old Master artworks in 2018. Rembrandt, Brueghel, Cranach, Canova, Rubens… museum-worthy names, some of whose works are still circulating today on the auction market. In the […]

Old Masters in December… [25.11.2014]

Quantitatively less dense than Post-War & Contemporary sales and less publicized and less profitable for the major auctioneers, Old Masters sales offer certain masterpieces worthy of the world’s most prestigious museums. From Van Dyck to Tiepolo…

Goya, Hans Memling and Chardin, late January in New York [15.01.2013]

Christie’s and Sotheby’s Old Master sales are one of the jewels of the auction market. They offer a chance to see and acquire rare works and outstanding signatures at prices that are often more reasonable than those achieved by masters of contemporary art.

2010: the best results from Old Masters [12.07.2010]

The price index for Old Masters reached its peak of the decade in October 2008. Thus, like a number of other art segments, it benefited from the auction room euphoria that developed between 2004 and 2008 and then suffered from the meltdown as the economic crisis chased confidence out of the market. However, since the end of 2009 the major works withheld from auctions when the market was weak have started to return.

Old Master’s sales : Raphaël vs Wu Bin [15.12.2009]

After two days of prestigious Old Master’s sales in London, Christie’s posted a substantially higher revenue total than its rival Sotheby’s with $99.4m (vs. $20.7m) and four new historic records, including one for Raphaël that outclassed the record set by the Chinese artist Wu Bin.

Old Masters: a stable and reliable market [03.08.2009]

Old Masters overtaking Contemporary Art sales? That’s how it looks after Sotheby’s and Christie’s London sales of combined Old Masters & 19th century art on 7 & 8 July. The total revenue from the two houses’ Old Masters works amounted to nearly £39m, i.e. a million more than they both earned from Contemporary Art sales the previous month.

New York auctions open with Old Masters [18.01.2009]

The market is feverish, sellers are nervous, auctioneers are worried and yet…the purchase intentions recorded in our Art Market Confidence Index show a certain optimism ahead of the Old Masters sales at Christie’s and Sotheby’s.At mid-January 2009, 70% of market players (all segments) declared themselves « ready to buy » in the Artprice AMCI.

Old master drawings catch fire: the Northern school example. [03.07.2002]

Drawing was formerly considered a secondary skill, of use mainly in preliminary studies for painting, sculpture or architecture. But enthusiasts were not long in seeing that such early sketches had their own expressive qualities and their own financial value. Among the main beneficiaries of recent price rises have been drawings by the Northern schools: up 67% since June 2001.

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