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GRAHAM'S 1945 VINTAGE PORT: ALIVE AND WELL

Vintage Port’s standing as one of the world’s great classic wines was confirmed and strengthened at Christie’s Fine Wine Auction held in London on October 23rd, 2014. 306 more words

Port Wine

Painting a Photograph in Rio de Janeiro

I saw this painting from the distance at ArtRio and was certain it were a photograph. When I came closer to examine the details, I realized the true craftsmanship. 100 more words

Photography

Take that hideous thing outside

I was going to apologize for this being a “lazy” post because it’s mainly photos but then I remembered that photography is a legitimate art form. 511 more words

NYC: A Users Guide

Paddington packs his suitcase and moves with Pickfords

Pickfords has been appointed the official removals partner for The Paddington Trail, a London-wide event which sees 50 statues of this famous bear placed across the capital from 4 November – 30 December to mark the release of Paddington in UK cinemas on 28 November. 239 more words

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orange dog | orangener Hund

looking for a new something to pimp your apartment? in my introduction to this blog I write about ignoring the costs of design pieces … well, let me start with the most expensive piece (of a living artist) you can get these days: Jeff Koons’ “Balloon Dog”, a 58,4 million-dollar-auction at Christie’s in 2013. 94 more words

Design

Sotheby's looks to impress clients and investors with November auctions

By Ryan Sachetta

The red-hot art market takes its seasonal temperature this November during a series of marquee auctions at stalwarts Christie’s and Sotheby’s.

As collectors swarm the global marketplace looking for today’s bargain and tomorrow’s bonanza, Sotheby’s wants to fortify its stock and standing as an auction house with 270 years of playing matchmaker with masterworks. 743 more words

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