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Christie’s MoMA Auctions: What do they mean for Photography?

In August 2017 New York’s Museum of Modern Art announced that it would be auctioning 400 photography prints at Christie’s in a series of sales across autumn and into the new year. 649 more words

Photography

Salvator Mundi - Last da Vinci in private hands back on the market

Leonardo da Vinci was a Renaissance polymath. Burning with boundless creativity and curiosity he started more projects than he could finish, and was absorbed by detailed studies of nature and anatomy, resulting in many unfinished works. 279 more words

Art

MoMA Photography Auction Results

This week saw the first three of four auctions of MoMA’s Photographs at Christie’s New York. The first auction to get underway was the ‘Henri Cartier-Bresson’ auction… 158 more words

Photography

Masterpieces of Design & Photography Auction Results

The results for last week’s Masterpieces of Design & Photography auction at Christie’s London show that 13 of the 15 photography lots available were sold, with all but 3 prints selling for well over £100,000.  76 more words

Photography

FLAUNTING FATE FOR FALL FOLIAGE

Boo Feeder decided to take time off the swamp race in DC to take a little ride to the hills of central Pennsylvania. This is what happened: 922 more words

Antiques

Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi expected to fetch up to $100m at auction

Salvator Mundi, the last painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, is expected to fetch up to $100m when it goes under the hammer later this month. 144 more words

From Around The World

The incredible story of how the last known work of Leonardo da Vinci was almost lost forever

When Dianne Dwyer Modestini began chipping away at a painted-over and murkily varnished image of Jesus Christ more than a decade ago, little did she know she was restoring the last Leonardo da Vinci work known to the world. 504 more words