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Tuesday, August 24th

ONE LAWRENCE OF ARABIA’S SCARF, OR JOHN LENNON’S CUFFLINKS?
Or, hell, the Parliamentary robe of Lord “Lucky” Lucan. Your choice. They’re in a particularly weird… 691 more words

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OEUVRES D'ART : ATTENTION A LA PROVENANCE

SUR LE MARCHE DE L’ART, UNE OEUVRE PEUT ETRE ENTACHEE DE SUSPICION QUANT A SON ORIGINE. LA PLUS GRANDE VIGILANCE S ‘IMPOSE.

Henri Matisse. “Robe bleue dans un fauteuil ocre”. 613 more words

Placements

Festival of Folk at Christies

FESTIVAL REVIEW: A Festival of British folklore at Christie’s art auction house? Seems a strange mix. Check out my photo series! Click link http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/festival-of-folk-at-christies/

In Art We Love - One Day At Christie's

In this post, we are going to live a day with Agnes, who is now interning at Christie’s the auction house, Shanghai.

What do you think of those paintings? 100 more words

Art

CHRISTIE’S CELEBRATRES THE ECLECTIC EYE OF THE CELEBRATED FILM DIRECTOR

Paris – The whole team of Christie’s is honored to present the outstanding collection of Post-War and Contemporary art, thoughtfully accumulated over decades by Claude Berri, one of the most famous French film directors. 148 more words

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Christie’s Auctions Most Expensive Bag

Christie’s has auctioned a $300,000 Hermès Birkin bag in its Hong Kong bureau – the most expensive ever. The rare Himalaya Birkin is made from specially dyed crocodile skin, to resemble the snowy peaks of the Himalayas. 21 more words

Haute News

US$137 million worth of art thought to have been purchased with misappropriated funds

A Malaysian financier purchased multimillionaire dollar art works including two paintings by Claude Monet using funds stolen from a government investment fund, artnet news reports… 289 more words

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